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Childhood Sex Abuse Impacts Adult Relationships

...archers believe their study is one of the first to explore the long-term effects of sexual abuse on attachment in later life and to examine the role of childhood attachment relationships in moderating the effects of sexual abuse. "We looked at attachment because attachment theory provides a model of individ...

Many Medical Screening Tests May Be Unnecessary.

...versity of Michigan physician and three co-authors explore that predicament in the article "Ethical Considerations in the Provision of Controversial Screening Tests," in the current issue of the Archives of Family Medicine . Physicians may face this quandary when patients claim entitlement to such tests un...

PITT Researchers Demonstrate Human Brain's Natural Mechanism For Guarding Against Errors

...hat we've found one such mechanism, we can further explore it with the hope ofunderstanding its role in disorders like schizophrenia and depression." The work was conducted in association with the Center for the NeuralBasis of Cognition, a joint project of the University of Pittsburgh and CarnegieMel...

Emerging Pathogens And Safety Of Fresh Produce Key Issues Facing Food IndustryAnd Scientists

...es and Parasites" (Session 23, June 22, 9 AM) will explore ways to detect,identify, prevent, and control viruses and parasites in food and water. Included will be an overview of the most common foodborne viruses, such asNorwalk virus and Hepatitis A, and parasites, including Cyclospora cayetanensis(associate...

Pioneer In Nuclear Medicine Wins Lifetime Award

...d by the new field of nuclear medicine. Iwanted to explore them both and I did, but I worried that the two fi... he says. "Nuclear medicinehas made it possible to explore the chemistry of the living brain and itsrelationship to thinking, behavior, and emotions. Perhaps t...

National Science Foundation Awards Knowledge And Distributed Intelligence Grants

...intelligence in natural and artificial systems; to explore the cognitive, ethical, educational, legal and soc...orm the Digital Material: a virtual laboratory to explore and develop theories and models of defect dynamics, which combine insights from many disciplines, an...

Comprehensive Effort Needed To Prevent And Treat Traumatic Injuries

...needed to determine best practices in trauma care; explore the appropriate waysto organize and finance acute care services and rehabilitation; understand theimpact of managed care; and develop methods for measure the severity ofinjuries....

Ovarian Hormone Could Play Key Role In Easier, Safer Childbirth

...laxin brings about its effects onthe cervix and to explore its potential asa cervical softening agent in labor induction. In pregnant women, relaxin isfound in lower amounts in the blood than inrats and pigs. "In the human, it may be that relaxin doesn't play the vital role in remodelingthe cervix that it h...

Children Of The Great Depression By Glen H. Elder, Jr.

...ription is moving and significant. We are calledto explore "the implications of sacrifice and accomplishment in the biography ofDepression cohorts. This biography is unique in the sense that widespreadhardship, which enhanced the value of material goods and the desire forchildren, was soon followed by an eco...

Soy May Decrease Cancer Risks, Wake Forest Researcher Says

...said. Cline said further work is needed to explore the basic mechanisms bywhich soy estrogens decrease the incidence of breast cancer. "Widespread consumption of phytochemicals in the human diet and assupplements make it imperative that we understand their effects, particularly asthey related...

Improved Medications Can Nip Allergy Season In The Bud

...causing the symptoms," he explained. "It's best to explore conventional means oftreating the allergy with medication first and then, if still unmanageable,allergy testing can provide a second tier of investigation." Despite the "good news" of more and better medications, the "bad news" is thatallergies are h...

MIT Touch Lab Research Explores The Hand

...ube orheart," Dr. Srinivasan said. Other projects explore human-machine interactions. For example, Touch Lab...ple indifferent locations use haptic interfaces to explore and manipulate the sameobject. VIRTUAL SURGERY Software currently in development simulates a surgic...

Demystifying Cancer: Physicians, Researchers, And Web Experts Offer Two-Day Symposium For Patients, Families, Health Care Providers, And The Public

...cribe current researchon the origins of cancer and explore how that knowledge is used as a basis forthe development of new cancer therapies. At the symposium for registered participants on Saturday, speakers will focus oncurrent therapies, clinical trials, new horizons in clinical research, and howto navigat...

Non-Invasive Techniques To Visualize Heart Disease Confirm Importance Of Pre-Menopausal Risk Factors, Find U. Of Pgh. Researchers

...se women for as long as possible so we can further explore these emergingresults." EBCT is an ultra-fast computed tomography scanner that non-invasively can take30 pictures of the heart in the time it takes to hold one deep breath. EBCTmeasures the extent of calcification inside blood vessels. Sonar-likeul...

Tiny Tools Give New Meaning To 'Cutting Edge'

...high-energy actuators, and his lab is the first to explore it as a cuttingmaterial. Since it can be brittle, Lal's major research goal is to improve thematerial's toughness through surface treatments. Lal's devices use an electrical process called ultrasonics, which createsextremely fast sonic vibrations tha...

New Book Says Cross-Train Your Brain To Increase Mental Function

...loors. Hold your noseas you try different foods to explore how the taste changes. These are among 83 "neurobic" exercises advocated by Duke Medical Centerneurobiologist Lawrence Katz and co-author Manning Rubin in their new book KeepYour Brain Alive (1999, Workman Publishing Co., New York). ...

Multitasking Behaviors Mapped To The Prefrontal Cortex

... to departtemporarily from a main task in order to explore alternative tasks beforereturning to the main task at the departed point," says Jordan Grafman, Ph.D.,Chief of the Cognitive Neuroscience Section at the NINDS and a co-author of thestudy. "We believe that this finding is important because branching ...

Impulsive Children More Prone To Injuries

...event childhoodinjuries, researchers have begun to explore the psychological factors thatmay play a role. Schwebel and colleague Jodie M. Plumert, Ph.D., evaluated 59 children when theywere 33 months old, 46 months old and six years old. The children completed astandard battery of tests designed to measure t...

Postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy linked to increased risk for certain types of rarely occurring breast cancer

...rther study is needed and that this researchshould explore more fully differences in the association between types ofpostmenopausal hormone use and breast cancer risk across tumor types. They also noted that if hormone replacement therapy increases the riskfor less commonly occurring tumors with a go...

Bioterrorism topic of first new nationally broadcast public health grand rounds session

...reats and hypothetical scenarios, the faculty will explore thepotential impact of bioterrorism acts on public health agencies, and the implications for the publichealth infrastructure. "The Public Health Grand Rounds provide an opportunity for close interaction onvery important health topics between the key ...

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(Date:7/21/2014)... have a clot in their legs and are ... medication or undergo a minimally-invasive catheter-based clot removal ... difference in death rates between the two treatments, ... catheter procedure, according to a study by Temple ... a review of more than 90,000 cases nationwide., ...
(Date:7/21/2014)... The "viral reservoir" in which HIV can lie dormant ... earlier than previously thought, new animal research indicates. ... eradicate the AIDS-causing virus, said Harvard researchers working with ... presence of the viral reservoir remains the most significant ... HIV, known as HIV-1. "We found that the ...
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(Date:7/21/2014)... A new study suggests that potential help in lowering ... refrigerator. The study found that regular intake of ... supplements, may help ease the condition. Researchers looked ... probiotics and blood pressure. The studies involved a total ... pressure. People who consumed probiotics had an average ...
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