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

...ovement control. Nerve cells talk to each other by sending electrical signals. One common way to study this activity is to place tiny wires, or electrodes, in the brain. This allows researchers to "see" the electrical signals from individual neurons. During the recordings, the patients performed a v...

New internet resource facilitates international HIV/AIDS healthcare provider training

...ountries desperately need AIDS treatment, but just sending drugs isn't enough. Treatment means knowing how to use the drugs, and that depends on factors that differ from one patient, one clinic, or one country to another," said CHI's director Laurence Peiperl, MD, assistant clinical professor of medicine at...

Mayo Clinic research shows stroke rehabilitation best served by physical training

... occurs when the vessel weakens and then ruptures, sending blood into the surrounding tissues. Despite decades of research, there's no drug therapy that promotes stroke recovery. The closest thing to such a drug is a clot-dissolving treatment known as thrombolytic therapy. Its usefulness is limited, however...

U. Va. researchers unravel a central mystery of how hearing happens

...gene was turned on during the same 18-hour period, sending the U.Va. scientists down the path to discovery. "Now that we've identified TRPA1 as the hair cell transduction channel," Gloc said,"this opens a window of opportunity with significant implications for the field of hearing and deafness research...

Optics meeting tips: Internal fingerprints, no cell left behind, 3-D reality

...to measure the subsurface structure of the finger, sending visible light and very near infrared light into the finger. This new development builds on work that shows that tiny capillaries under the fingerprint also have distinct patterns, and the blood that the capillaries carry can be easily measured by the...

Riverbank filtration pulls pollutants from drinking water

...earn more about this natural filtration process by sending samples of river water through glass columns filled with sediment. They believe that soil characteristics and environmental factors such as the amount of river flow may also affect the natural filtration process. Weiss, who is preparing his doctoral...

Study indicates why hospitalists improve hospital efficiency

... services after discharge and are more comfortable sending patients home earlier if they live close to the hospital for appropriate follow-up care," said Kaboli, who is one of five hospitalists now at UI Hospitals and Clinics. The researchers also found a significant reduction in laboratory testing costs, bu...

Most household cleaners remove peanut allergens, Hopkins study shows

...requently seen by teachers as more convenient than sending children to the bathroom to wash up, to eliminate Ara h 1. "Their use may not really remove the allergen, but just spread it around," he says. In the study, published in the May issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers ap...

MRI-guided breast biopsy system is safe and efficient

...a breast biopsy if a lesion is seen on MRI without sending the patient to surgery, a new study shows. "In the past, if MRI detected a breast lesion, our only options would be to do a core biopsy or insert a wire in the area of the lesion; then the patient would have to go to surgery to have the lesion remove...

Alternative/supplemental breast imaging methods tested

...* NIR: Infrared light is sensitive to blood, so by sending infrared light through breast tissue with a fiber optic array, the researchers are able to locate and quantify regions of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin. This might help detect early tumor growth and characterize the stage of a tumor by learn...

Improving eye patient care with telemedicine standards

... procedures for storing the images electronically, sending them across telecommunications networks and interpreting them. The standards focus on the quality of the images rather than on what kind of cameras or film must be used. This approach gives health care professionals flexibility in choosing equip...

Nitric oxide links bulk of sporadic and familial Parkinson's disease

...e is so important to humans' normal function, from sending and receiving signals in the brain to relaxing and contracting blood vessels in order to control blood pressure. The researchers point out that, based on their work, NO modification of parkin is a normal process somehow gone awry in Parkinson's disea...

Sounds of New York, evidence for a preferred ear, ultrasound for the eye

...rsed version of the soundwave to the object. After sending soundwaves back and forth several times between source and detector, the system is able to pinpoint exactly where the object lies in the room. One can therefore create "virtual switches" that perform certain functions in response to touch. For examp...

American Lung Association calls on governors and legislatures to stand up for public health

...ungusa.org . The website includes information for sending a personalized letter to state leaders demanding tough measures to combat tobacco use and addiction. In addition to advocacy efforts to help protect everyone's health the American Lung Association offers Freedom From Smoking for those who want to qu...

Study on toxic exposures in urban environments

... more random. The subway hypothesis was tested by sending a Columbia University student underground with two personal monitoring pumps and a particle counter for a total of eight hours. The airborne levels of Fe, Mn, and Cr in these two subway samples were more than two orders of magnitude higher than indo...

Most hospitals don't use latest ordering technology

...ose together result in ordering the wrong tests or sending orders for the wrong person. If a system is rigidly structured, it causes users to focus closely on entering details and switching from screen to screen to enter information. "Some patient care information systems require data entry that is so el...

Children are happy with toys or candy at Halloween

...n is with something sweet," she said. "And, we are sending a mixed message by telling children they need to eat one way and then feeding them in another." Kelly Brownell, director of the Yale Center for Eating and Weight Disorders and senior author of the study, said anything that can steer children away fro...

Sensory cells for hearing and balance are fast-developing, UVA researchers find

...tassium which together create an electrical charge sending hearing and balance signals to the brain; microscopic tip-links are formed that operate under tension to open the trap door channel; finally, tiny adaptation motors are formed that regulate sensitivity and allow sounds that range from a faint whisper...

University of Iowa examines role of faith-based groups in helping ex-offenders

... at http://iconsortium.subst-abuse.uiowa.edu , by sending an e-mail request to julia-neff@uiowa.edu or by calling 319-335-4488. "What little work has been done on the role of faith-based organizations has been in very large cities. We wanted to look at their role in an area like Johnson County which inclu...

In 15 seconds, new test will ID presence of 25 most common mutations of cystic fibrosis

...ncing delays in conducting their current tests and sending results to physicians. Another benefit of this test is that it can be easily expanded to test for selected CF mutations not included in the ACOG 25. Conclusions By knowing the family-specific mutations, other family members could be tested to id...

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