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Chemists Closing In On Commercial Potential Of Alkanes

...nsert metal atoms into the mix, creating new, much more reactivecarbon-metal-hydrogen compounds. Since...ns of studying the alkane-activatingreaction under more realistic conditions. A new collaboration wasestablished with Berkeley Lab scientists Charles Harri...

Bi-Monthly Boosts Of Aspirin Benefit Heart

...ew research suggests that aspirin therapy can work more effectivelyif a 325-mg booster is taken in place o...present. "This latter group may be more thrombosis-prone than the otherparticipants," says Marcus. In 39 percent of individu...

Researchers Study 'Natural' Screen For Cancer

...ells grow fast and eat more,and tend to accumulate more of the hypericin -- even 10 times more than normalcells -- so once it is absorbed, we can illuminate the patient in a dark room andsee thes...

Survey Finds Increasing Popularity Of Acute Stroke Teams In U.S. Hospitals

...ed 2-3 calls per week; 29percent of teams received more than five calls per week. AST staffing consisted of attending physicians (95 percent), nurses orstudy coordinators (73 percent), fellows (49 percent) and residents (48percent). The large majority, 78 percent, were able to respon...

Study Finds Incidence Of Stroke Over 40 Percent Higher Than Previously Stated Figures

...ciation. The study, based on a population more representative of the UnitedStates than the groups...and recurrent strokesoccur each year -- 40 percent more than the 500,000 figure quoted by thegovernment. At the time this study was conducted, rese...

Survey Finds Acute Stroke Teams Gaining Prevalence

...cost $5,000 peryear or less. Only 24 percent cost more than $10,000 per year. Almost all (97percent) of the ASTs were led by a neurologist or neurosurgeon. "While we do not have specific data that prove they are cost-effective,stroke teams certainly do not seem to create a large financial burden,...

Heart Attack Survivors Can Lower Stroke Risk By Taking Cholesterol-Lowering Drug, Study Says

...okes, which can last fromfew minutes to an hour or more -- among participants treated with the drug ascomp...of the investigation makes the CAREstroke analysis more acceptable to statisticians. The team's initial paper in1996 reported a 31 percent reduction in stro...

American Heart Association Comments On Report: "Missed Opportunities In Preventive Counseling For Cardiovascular Disease - United States 1995"

...is a powerful motivational toolto help patients be more compliant with new behaviors that can help reduce theirrisk of disease. What this study shows us is that we have a long way to gobefore we have achieved our goal of effective patient counseling. Ashealth-care providers, we must accept some of the b...

Researchers Show That Stroke Awareness Programs Are Effective; Also Find That Women Are More Likely To Get The Message

...g signs and, in the process, found that women were more apt to listen tostroke messages than men. ...llinois NeuroscienceFoundation. "If you're more fearful of having a permanent disability than you are ofdying, you tend to listen very closely and l...

SOA Study Says Social Security Financing Would Be Relatively Unaffected By Largest Expected Mortality Improvements, But Uncertainty Persists

...study. "In addition,we know from our research that more attention must be directed to the support oflarger populations of the elderly." Results of the project were announced at the Society of Actuaries' (SOA)session, 8-11 a.m. Feb. 17, during the 1998 Annual Meeting of the AmericanAssociation for ...

Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic Threatens Developing Countries, Global Economy

... disease death and disability numbers rise at even more alarmingrates than those predicted on the basis of...ansition can be abbreviated socountries can arrive more quickly at the later stage when deaths occur at olderages. With consumption of tobacco risi...

Duke Researchers Identify New Pulmonary Syndrome Associated With Bone Marrow Transplantation For Breast Cancer

...), which occursmuch sooner in cancer treatment, is more severe, and does not respond to steroidtreatment. The main difference between the Duke patients and previous studiesdescribing IPS is the source of the immune cells re-infused into patients. Allthe Duke patients received autologous transp...

Radon, Especially In Combination With Smoking, Contributes To Lung Cancer Deaths

...ncer, because the effects of smoking and radon are more powerful when the two factors are combined, says a...ased on these studies, which provide substantially more information than was available for the Research Council's 1988 and 1991 reports on the health effect...

Enhancing Night Visibility Using UV Technology To Be Tested On Virginia Tech's Smart Road

...mmissioner David R. Gehr says, "This projectis one more step in VDOT's progress toward building "smart" highways, an overallplan to use the best technologies to make our transportation system increasinglysafe and efficient for motorists." The Smart Road, recently begun between Blacksburg and I-81 ...

MIT Solution To Math Problem Could Lead To Better Dental Implants, More Resistance To Missiles

...tal implants that won'tcrack and tank armor that's more resistant to missiles. It could also radicallychan... of a properly constructed graded material will be more resistant tocracking and wear. That could have implications for, among other things, the ma...

Yale Medical Students Use Artwork To Sharpen Diagnostic Skills; Innovative Teaching Method Aims To Improve Observation Of Patients

... visually. His goal is to train students to become more careful observers by learning todecode an object's...logy residents. "They are taking the time to think more before they make a diagnosis," says Dr.Braverman, who plans to expand the program to include x-rays ...

Penn Researchers Create Drug To Help Target Attack On Cancerous Tumors

...ch thrive in oxygen-starved environments--are much more resistant to radiation and chemotherapy than their...lvania Cancer Center. "This may mean prescribing a more aggressive form of therapy, such as modifying the way radiation is delivered, or giving radiation in...

Hollywood Increases Film Portrayals Of People With Disabilities

...he trend that people withdisabilities are becoming more visible members of our schools and society," saidSteve Safran, a professor of education at Ohio University, who conducted thestudy as part of his work on media portrayal of disabilities. "Unfortunately,the high frequency of psychiatric disabilities, ...

"Powerful New Tool" For AIDS Is Reported In Science

... than in healthy people without HIV infection, but more important is their body's capacity to form new cells. "We at Berkeley/UCSF are very excited about the prospects for this technology," stated Marc Hellerstein, M.D., Ph.D., the Principal Investigator of the study. "We are delighted to be working with ...

Research Trial To Test New Drug For Diabetic Neuropathy

...of Medicine following FDA regulations. If you want more information about other study sites around the country, contact Pro-Neuron, Inc., at (301)984-8554....

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(Date:5/22/2015)... Mountain Point Medical Center, a campus of ... on Friday, May 29, 2015 at 11 a.m., followed by ... new medical center, set to officially open on June 1, ... 84043. , “The opening of Mountain Point Medical Center ... County community,” said Kent Loosle, CEO of Mountain Point Medical ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... Omar Ahmad Barrada, a junior at Milton ... 2015 Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Mass. ... “America’s highest achieving high school students.” , “I’m excited ... goals and learn better study habits,” said Omar. “The ... we can ask the surgeons questions.” , The goal ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... 2015 Family, friends, students, colleagues, mentors ... oncologist, Dr. LaSalle D. Leffall, on Monday, May 18, ... after Grand Rounds in the hospital’s Tower Auditorium. Leffall’s ... the auditorium, trying to keep the secret. “I’d like ... sees me, he’ll know something is up,” she said. ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... WA (PRWEB) May 22, 2015 According to ... of all generations are equally as likely to worry about ... Millennials, 75% Gen X, 77% Boomers, 69% Silent Generation), which ... agree they are scared of aging, particularly Millennials (47%), Gen ... by Harris Poll in April, 2015 among more than 2,000 ...
(Date:5/22/2015)... According to Berks and Beyond , Pennsylvania ... totaling almost 2,500 confirmed drug deaths, as reported on May ... 2,489 deaths stemming from legal and illegal drug use in ... every day to fatal overdoses or other drug related deaths. ... of the most rife with drug related deaths. The city, ...
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