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Brain region used in face recognition is active in new object recognition

...ate the mechanisms responsible for face perception maybe a learned skill rather than an innate function of the human brain: nurture, not nature. Theprimary authors of the study, published in the June issue of Nature Neuroscience, are Isabel Gauthier,a recent Yale Ph.D., and Michael J. Tar...

False recall in older adults and Alzheimer's linked to attention, not memory, breakdown

...e manner in whichsuch false memories are produced, maybe these individuals could be trained toavoid such distortions of memory. The critical first step is to determine whichsystems breakdown and which systems are relatively preserved in thesepopulations."...

Mayo Clinic study reveals new information about incidence of Parkinsonism

...from the illness," saysDr. Bower. "Alternatively, maybe occupational exposures put men at increasedrisk."...

Stress Hormone Tied To Depression And Conduct Disorder In Pregnant Teens

...are depressed or exhibit conduct disorder symptoms maybe less compliant with good health behaviors during pregnancy....

IOM Report Offers New Look At U.S. Vaccine Priorities

...ill require acknowledging that that this age group maybe sexually active and at risk for certain infectious diseases. Vaccines are one of the few health care measures that save money, and thecost-effectiveness of all the vaccines in the top three groups comparesfavorably with that of currently licensed vac...

Americans Skip Dialysis; Swedes And Japanese Don't, Wake Forest Study Shows

..., a noncompliant patient addicted to illicit drugs maybe more likely to be accepted on dialysis treatment in the United States than inother countries. Compliance for U.S. patients in general is likely to be low, due toincreased independence, increased patient autonomy and increased suspicion ofhealth car...

Hardening Of The Aorta Increases The Risk Of Stroke

...cause a stroke," Davila-Roman explains. Or maybe hardening of the aorta is a sign of disease throughout thebody, the researchers say. In that case, plaques in the aorta might not cause astroke but might signal the presence of disease in other vessels. In an earlierstudy, the researchers found that ...

Novel Biological Interaction Found To Explain Blood Vessel Growth To Tumors

...to produce ATP, the body's high energy fuel. So it maybe that "vessels are feeding on cell death to grow," Moser said. "This is a verynovel strategy." Folkman added: "Because ATP is necessary for cells to resist conditions of lowoxygen, and because the enzyme to produce ATP is situated on the outer surface...

In Battle For Attention, Left Side Of Brain Wins Over The Right, UF Researchers Find

... for those who have suffered a brain injury or who maybe impaired neurologically--by alcohol consumption, for example. "Several years ago, we met a patient who had had a stroke who told usone of her major concerns was that she veered when she drove," said Barrett,explaining the study's origins. "She notice...

Study Indicates That Medicare Costs Are Higher -- And Survival Rate Is Better --At Major Teaching Hospitals Survive Climate Change

... say we have too many specialists in this country, maybe weshouldn't have so many of these facilities. But here we're seeing in this casethere is a reason that a Medicare beneficiary should care about where they go;that at a teaching facility they seem to do better." Taylor said the results rais...

Forecasting Killer Heat: UD Systems Predict Deadly Weather Worldwide

...equally effective, Kalkstein says, warning systems maybe launched in Shanghai, China, and elsewhere. "In my opinion, heat is a leading cause of weather-related mortality, which maydirectly cause more deaths each year than lightning, tornadoes or hurricanes,"says Kalkstein, director of UD's Synoptic Climato...

Medication Offers Hope For Relief From Burning Mouth Pain

...erienced reduced pain, Grushka believes clonazepam maybe the best available treatment for many BMS patients. "When it works, it's really dramatic," shesays. "The pain just disappears." Many BMS patients also experience taste disturbances, usually a persistent bitter taste. "When theclonazepam works, it als...

Alzheimers Disease Could Soon Be Treated With Nose Drops

...get in this way," he says. "It occurred to me that maybe good things could getin this way too." Olfactory nerves are unusual in that they run straight from theolfactory bulb in the brain to the nasal cavity, where they come into contactwith "odorants" in the air. But occasionally, Frey points out, ...

Compound In Meat Prevents Diabetes, Study Suggests

...and cooking oil. "It looks just like corn oil, but maybe just a little clearer," she says. "It is in foods that are normally associated with saturated fats, but those foods can contain things that are good for you, too. The lesson here is that we still know so little about what is in foods naturally. We kn...

Study Finds Aspirin Does Not Prevent High-Risk Cases Of Preeclampsia

...a--hypertension and generalized convulsions--which maybe fatal. The trial, reported in the March 12 New England Journal of Medicine, wasconducted by researchers at the National Institute of Child Health and HumanDevelopment (NICHD) Network of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units, a network of 13clinical ...

Researchers Finding May Boost Effectiveness Of Anti-HIV Drugs

...to hope that we've killedall of the virus and that maybe we can have a cure."...

UT Southwestern Receives FDA Grant To Continue Studies Of Cancer-Fighting Drug Not Used For Past 50 Years

...n't expect this at all," Cofield said. "I thought maybe it wouldbecome a little smaller, but not that it would all go away." Cofield originally was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in 1993. Shehad a hysterectomy to remove her cancerous uterus and then went throughchemotherapy. The cancer was go...

Stents Work Well, But Are Costly: Will Hospitals Continue To Use Them?

...n who is paying the bill, he said these procedures maybe a bad financial deal for the hospital. Medicare gives hospitals one price (from $10,000 to $13,000 dependingon the kind of hospital) through its payment system to perform either anangioplasty or an angioplasty that delivers a stent. And managed ca...

AIDS Treatments Seek To Eradicate Virus, Restore Immunity

...alth and ability of the immune system to fight, we maybe able to convert AIDS into a chronic disease that doesn't progress." Protocol 2 For some patients, AIDS is double jeopardy. Not only is their depletedimmune system unable to fight infections, they also are vulnerable to secondarydiseases such...

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