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Prestigious 2004 AAAS Philip Hauge Abelson Prize honors Maxine Singer

...e, Singer introduced "First Light," a project that makes it possible for third, fourth and fifth graders to attend an imaginative Saturday science school. In 1994, Singer further initiated the Carnegie Academy for Science Education, designed to bring the innovative techniques of First Light to the city's p...

Alcohol's damaging effects on adolescent brain function

...nd structural organization of the adolescent brain makes it more vulnerable than the adult brain to disruption from activities such as binge drinking. Adolescent rats that were exposed to binge drinking appear to have permanent damage in their adult brains. Research has identified subtle but important ...

UCLA study: Nearly a third of drug ads in medical journals contain no references for medical claims

...ns the drug ads for validity, but the sheer volume makes it difficult to adequately check many of the ads. For example, in 2002, the FDA screened over 34,000 ads. Journals included in the study: American Journal of Psychiatry, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, Annals of Surger...

Transport system smuggles medicines into brain

...ody, these cells are closely packed together. This makes it almost impossible for substances to pass between the cells. Further in the brain, few substances can pass through the endothelial cells. Transferrin is a protein in the blood that contains two iron atoms. On reaching the BBB it binds to transferri...

Brain synapse formation linked to proteins, Stanford study finds

...ombospondins' role of encouraging synapses to form makes sense, given when they are present in the brain: Barres and his group found them in the brains of developing mice during the time that the brain is actively making new synapses. Interestingly, recent studies have found that one of the two thrombospon...

British conservatives should beware of Australian health service reforms

...al system. "The ideological focus of these reforms makes them attractive to those who prefer private institutions to fund health care," say the authors. "They show, however, that such policies create increased fiscal burdens for government, increase in equality in funding care, and have no observable effec...

Teaching a less obvious medical skill -- Ethical decision-making

...physician, patients rarely wonder how their doctor makes ethical decisions. Yet a physician's ability to re...mily members should listen carefully when a doctor makes a recommendation and invite the doctor to explain the rationale for the approach if one is not forth...

Love me; Love my jokes

...at to a woman, "sense of humour" means someone who makes her laugh; to a man, a sense of humour means someone who appreciates his jokes. "There's a difference between producers (those who make you laugh) and receptors (those who laugh when someone cracks a joke)," said Bressler. "Women choose men who produ...

A Family's Guide to Living with HIV

... Cox says. "This is a very complicated illness and makes for a complicated lifestyle." Every family with a patient having HIV who visits the Ryan White Center receives a free copy of the book. Children's hospitals and the general public requesting the free guide can obtain a copy by contacting the Riley In...

Effects of autism reach beyond language, new research suggests

...er to recall memorized facts, but that stress also makes it tough to solve more complex problems. Researchers at Ohio State University gave a battery of simple cognitive tests to 19 first-year medical students one to two days before a regular classroom exam a period when they would be highly stressed. St...

New survey finds red dress symbol prompts women to take action to care for their hearts

...of all the women surveyed agree that the Red Dress makes them want to learn more about heart disease. Twenty-five percent of women recalled the Red Dress as the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness and 45 percent agreed that it would prompt them to talk to their doctor and/or get a check-...

Methamphtetamine's ruinous effects on children documented in Midwest study

...strust of authority. The same rural isolation that makes it easier to hide the manufacture of the drug also makes it easier to hide evidence of child abuse and neglect, the researchers noted. They heard stories of ...

Dedicated hospital stroke centers improve quality of acute care

...olicy or position. The American Heart Association makes no representation or warranty as to their accuracy or reliability....

Older people get the big picture faster, and they are less inhibited

...sults are an unusual twist on the standard 'ageing makes you worse' story, and they provide clear insight i...he researchers caution that although such a change makes older people perform better on this task, the same change likely leads to increased difficulties in ...

New study finds kelp can reduce level of hormone related to breast cancer risk

...attention being given to soy. "Brown kelp seaweed makes up more than 10 percent of the Japanese diet," said Christine Skibola, assistant research toxicologist at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health and lead author of the study. "Soy has gotten most of the attention, but our study suggests that kelp may ...

Phobic anxiety increases heart disease death risk among women

... she said. It is not known whether phobic anxiety makes women more likely to develop other risk factors fo...olicy or position. The American Heart Association makes no representation or warranty as to their accuracy or reliability....

New way to block pox shows promise in lab study

...of smallpox virus being used as a bioterror weapon makes it imperative that we pursue not only improved vaccines to prevent the disease, but also novel therapeutic strategies such as this that could be employed quickly in the event of a deliberate release of the virus," says NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni,...

American Academy of Neurology program receives Grassroots Award

...ces for people with neurological disorders is what makes this program exceptional," said Catherine M. Rydell, executive director and chief executive officer of the American Academy of Neurology. "The training they receive gives them tools to be patient advocates and leaders in their communities, their stat...

Drug treatment promising for halting Huntington's-related nerve death

...e disease is caused by a mutation in the gene that makes the protein huntingtin. The mutation creates a long chain of the amino acid glutamine at one end of the protein. The length of the chain directly correlates with age of onset of the disease, with longer chains leading to symptoms earlier in life. ...

Risk and intimate relationships: Can hope triumph over experience in an age of 'messy' lives?

...so more uncertainty. A more flexible labour market makes life more tricky for the individual. And the erosion of the traditional family means more material and emotional issues that must be coped with - something that becomes more difficult still with the arrival of children. Professor Lewis said: "People...

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