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Chemoprevention backgrounder: Working for a future of cancer chemoprevention

...artmouth Medical School, for his work on the basic science of chemoprevention. "As complicated as cancer is, .... Whether it is NSAIDS, statins or any agent, "the science behind inflammation is moving so rapidly that we may now be able to think about designing trials to ...

Workshop in Kathmandu on space technology for sustainable development in mountain areas

...fairs (OOSA) and works to improve the use of space science and technology for the economic and social develop...oping countries in using space applications, space science and technology....

Penn addictions expert, Charles P. O'Brien, MD, PhD, receives prestigious, international honor

...nent scientist of a subject on the cutting edge of science to the people of Amsterdam. This year's topic is ... as a way to educate the Amsterdam community about science specifically, anatomy with the hopes of reaching those not formally enrolled in school. It was re...

Vegetable lovers should be viewed as different from fruit aficionados

...study by Brian Wansink, a professor of nutritional science and marketing at Illinois, was published in the November issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. It found that adults who preferred vegetables to fruits ate more spicy foods, drank wine more frequently with dinner, cooked more elab...

Who really owns publicly-funded medical research?

...cates and public interest groups in this important science dialogue. Who: Sharon Terry, President and CEO, The Genetic Alliance Pat Furlong, Parent Access Project for Muscular Dystrophy Rick Johnson, Director, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition ...

American ethnic groups less likely to have cholesterol controlled

...rt's first author and a professor of public health science and internal medicine at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C. Researchers examined the cholesterol levels of 6,704 of the 6,814 participants in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA), funded by the National H...

Cancer researchers seek to predict tumor growth

...a professor in electrical engineering and computer science at the Case School of Engineering, "We are developing new modeling and analysis approaches based on a systems concept, and this work should provide new insight into the complex processes involved in the dynamics of cancer." The ICBP initiative h...

Perfect pitch, portable bone-health monitor

...around airports, and other new developments in the science of sound are being featured in a web pressroom at ...icate that you are a member of the news media or a science writing student. At the registration desk, you will fill out a short form to obtain your badge. ...

Duke University's Cohen wins The Gerontological Society of America's 2004 Donald P. Kent Award

...ut one example of his successful interpretation of science and geriatric medicine for older people and their families. He has also served a number of agencies that support gerontological research and geriatric education. He has served on the boards of both the Hartford and Reynolds Foundations' aging program...

FDA buys technology that identifies drug toxicity to heart

...gram is a national and international leader in the science of heart arrhythmias and a rare genetic condition associated with an abnormal QT interval, called the congenital Long QT Syndrome (LQTS). The university keeps an international registry for LQTS, and follows thousands of families who have this inherit...

NIH funds seven science education partnership awards

...rograms are designed to improve the country's life science literacy by bringing together biomedical and clini...te programs that provide a better understanding of science research. SEPA funds programs that serve K-12 students and teachers, as well as science centers and ...

IDSA recommends ways to strengthen HHS's pandemic influenza plan

...plan so that it can remain current and evolve with science and policy. "IDSA believes it's important for the plan to emphasize international collaboration and outline a role for the United States to help the world prepare for and respond to an influenza pandemic," said Andrew T. Pavia, MD, chair of IDSA's Ta...

Technology points to possible targets for epilepsy and Alzheimer's drugs

... genes to "express" or manufacture proteins. A new science called proteomics is working to unravel when the proteins are made, how they interact with each other and what role they play in disease. Using a new tool of proteomics, called antibody microarrays, Gu and colleagues are measuring levels of more t...

NIA establishes new demography centers to enhance knowledge about older americans

...A for Behavioral and Social Research. "Population science applied to aging is increasingly interdisciplinary, and the Centers have become the crucibles for combining disciplines into cutting edge research fields such as biodemography, neuroeconomics and behavior genetics." The NIA was joined in funding f...

American College of Chest Physicians announces new Critical Care Institute

...xpertise of this team with the advances of medical science will lead to a patient-centered approach that can positively transform the hospital of the future." CHEST 2004 is the 70th annual international scientific assembly of the American College of Chest Physicians, held October 23-28 in Seattle, WA. ACCP ...

AAN, ANA announce support for embryonic and adult human stem cell research

...esolved to the satisfaction of all through medical science alone," according to American Academy of Neurology...the 600-member ANA. The AAN plans to host a science briefing on stem cell research for the media in early December. ...

UGA researchers receive $1.3 million CDC grant to study workplace physical activity intervention

... team, led by Rod Dishman, a professor of exercise science in UGA's College of Education, has received a $1.3 million grant from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of a 12-week physical activity program in a three-year study involving 1,60...

New understanding of neural circuits may help development of thought-controlled prosthetic devices

... "The clinical implications of this type of basic science research are enormous," says Gyrgy Buzski, MD, PhD...e first issue and detail the progress in the basic science fields that help decipher neural circuit communication. One new analysis that decoded some cir...

Scientists raise concerns about second wave of 'mad cow' prion infection

...il on Foreign Relations and distinguished American science journalist and author (Betrayal of Trust, The Coming Plague): The breakdown of public health systems, bioterror, emerging diseases, specific implications for vCJD. Paul M. Ness, MD. Director, Transfusion Medicine, The Johns Hopkins Hospital; Editor-...

Michelle Trudeau wins 2004 Victor Cohn Prize for Excellence in Medical Reporting

...as covered mental health, human behavior and brain science for more than two decades, has been awarded the 20...d scientists committed to improving the quality of science news reaching the public. The $3,000 award will be presented to Trudeau on Nov. 8, 2004 in Fayettev...

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(Date:10/25/2014)... Oct. 24, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Interrupting blood supply to ... reduce the risks associated with the surgery, according to a ... stop the blood supply to the heart to be able ... the heart will reduce its ability to produce energy because ... flow to another large muscle, such as an arm or ...
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