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Tiny molecular motors shed light on cell function, say Stanford researchers

...on. "Our general feeling is that tension-sensitive machines are at the heart of the dynamic city plan," said Spudich. Their National Institutes of Health-funded study has implications far beyond how an obscure molecule provides rigidity for a protein in the inner ear. A motor able to create structural changes...

USC human speech study

...ue may help people learn a foreign language, teach machines to speak more naturally and possibly suggest therapy for those with speech problems due to stroke. The advance comes as a result of an interdisciplinary collaboration led by Byrd and electrical engineer Shrikanth Narayanan, an associate professor in ...

Oncology Nursing Society honors Fox Chase Cancer Center nurse with Radiation Therapy Nursing Award

... their family, while others focus on the treatment machines and eradicating the tumor." Currently, Bruner focuses much of her attention on enhancing the participation of minorities in clinical studies. "Through the involvement of minorities and other underrepresented groups, we can better understand the deve...

Electronic nose device proves effective for diagnosing pneumonia and sinusitis

...ufactured by Smiths Detection of Pasadena, CA, the machines cost approximately $8,000 USD, and still require approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration before they can be widely used. Breath samples are taken with a hand-held sensor about the size of child's video game player connected to a sta...

Living wills don't work, study says

...own whether they'd want to be kept on life-support machines if they had a catastrophic accident or were terminally ill. For instance, according to the instructions for the form on the U-M Health System Web site, a patient could write, "Do whatever is necessary for my comfort, but nothing further," or, "I auth...

Study shows new patient care process can decrease risk to children on mechanical ventilation

...means that tubes are placed down their throats and machines regulate their respiration. During mechanical ventilation, sedatives are used to keep the children comfortable and to try to prevent the tubes from being deliberately or inadvertently removed by the patient, an event termed, unplanned or accidental e...

What might our health systems look like in 2020?

Doctors and machines will be "connected" to each other to share knowledge Health service brokers will help consumers identify where the best care can be found Evidence interpreters will help consumers make informed choices Avoidable error will be a thing of the past T...

Using 'smart fluids' to retrain muscles

...nsisted of arduously retraining the body on weight machines and other resistance devices, but with the growing interest in "smart fluids," NU engineering professor Constantinos Mavroidis envisions a simple brace that can increase the resistance on a healing joint with the turn of a dial. "Smart fluids," is ...

3D neutron-based medical imaging, 4D lung scans, and hitting a moving tumor

...l environments such as hospitals. When commercial machines became available in the early 1980s, medical physicists educated thousands of physicians on how to use MRI through workshops and influential journal articles. They led MRI societies and committees that helped to develop truly useful clinical applicat...

Physics World Digest August 2004: Eye surgery sharpens up

...echnology" aims to create sophisticated nano-scale machines that can operate with atomic precision. He also looks at how scientists can achieve this goal, and concludes that biology will provide us with the answers. Contact: John Ryan, Director, Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Bionanotechnology, Oxford ...

OHSU researchers study sixth-graders to prevent type 2 diabetes

..." Foods and beverages in the cafeteria and vending machines will be changed to provide students access to more fresh fruits and vegetables and items with more fiber. Instead of sugary drinks, more water will be available. In addition, a marketing program will be initiated in the school with posters and...

Advances in plasma physics at Annual APS Meeting

... on the ocean. Typically, the laser pulses in such machines spread out as they pass through a plasma, leading ...Creating a fusion 'sun' on earth, in plasma fusion machines such as tokamaks, will provide a critically needed, environmentally acceptable long-term source of e...

Occult hepatitis B in dialysis patients

...ding dialyzer reuse and dedicating dialysis rooms, machines and staff for infected patients. Vaccinations may also protect dialysis patients from contracting HBV, however, vaccination acceptance and response rates are low in this population of dialysis patients....

Advances in plasma physics at Annual APS Meeting

... on the ocean. Typically, the laser pulses in such machines spread out as they pass through a plasma, leading ...Creating a fusion 'sun' on earth, in plasma fusion machines such as tokamaks, will provide a critically needed, environmentally acceptable long-term source of e...

McGill researchers identify new way to reduce cholesterol levels

... exercise). Exercise involved using stair-stepping machines and stationary bicycles three times a week. Margarine was consumed four times a day. This regimen was continued for eight weeks, blood samples were taken and lipid analysis was performed. "In comparison with plant sterols or exercise alone, the combi...

Government solutions won't cure kids' obesity, survey says

... availability of unhealthy foods in school vending machines and cafeterias but they opposed raising the costs of these foods or implementing a "junk food tax," the researchers found. Those surveyed were also overwhelmingly in favor of nutrition and exercise education in schools but not at the expense of othe...

Ethics of neuroimaging research to be focus of NIH/Stanford meeting

... that undergraduate students sometimes operate the machines that acquire the images for this sort of research. "When a subject goes into the study, does he or she know it might not be a medical professional who looks at the brain images?" she said. While one possibility is to make sure that all brain studies ...

New findings on patient safety at children's hospitals

...flow to their skin because they were on heart-lung machines or had had heart surgery, or to have limited movement due to neurological problems. This suggests an opportunity to develop specific approaches to prevent bedsores from developing in these types of young patients. "The bottom line is that the AHRQ p...

The UK's top science stories (Newsline update issue 31)

...uild our bodies Forget nano, think micro! Tiny machines for telecoms and medicine Moving Reality Technology that has revolutionised film effects Molecules Under Pressure What happens when you put the squeeze on molecules?...

State policies decrease youth smoking, drinking and sex

...absence of state laws on access to tobacco vending machines and of family planning clinics. They found that teens were 1.9 percent less likely to smoke and drink when cigarette and alcohol taxes were higher. Among the regions surveyed, the researchers report that doubling the number of communities with laws t...

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