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New protocol to develop compound to treat disorders of the central nervous system is more efficient

Local company wins presidential award Washington, D.C. - Eli Lilly and Company, based in Indianapolis, Ind.,received the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge award today for its designof a more efficient, less waste-producing synthesis of a central nervouscompound...

Medical tip sheet from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

...e by Cedars-Sinai internist Aliza A.Lifshitz, M.D, wins media award from AHA western states affiliate A Cedars-Sinai Medical Center internist has been awarded a 1999 C. Everett KoopMedia Award by the American Heart Association Western States Affiliate. AlizaLifshitz, M.D., received the award June 4 for h...

Science, engineering and technology newstips

...icks carry 'cat scratch' bacteria * Math professor wins Guggenheim Fellowship ----------------------------------------------------------- WEB SURFING AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT The future of the Internet will be optical, according to engineer Ben Yoo at the University of California, Davis. Yoo is leading a te...

Virginia Tech students discoveries can help prevent water-borne diseases

...unusual for a Ph.D. student to lead an effort that wins a competitive grant through AWWARFs unsolicited proposal process." Scardina will use the grant to "get a handle on the magnitude of the problem," he says. Working with treatment plant engineers, he is investigating air bubbles in Boulder and Denver,...

Robo-thespians help mothers of kids with cancer

...echnique with a positive attitude, she potentially wins over the learner, but regardless, the learner gets a vivid demonstration of how to apply the IDEAS technique." Complex and sophisticated software is used to orchestrate drama from the mother's choices. It is not a simple matter of creating canned inc...

How cancer neutralizes T cell attack

...of cancer, it's usually the cancer that eventually wins the war. Scientists have speculated that this may be because the immune response is not strong enough, or because it does not last long enough to have an effect. Hence the increasing efforts to develop cancer vaccines that induce, strengthen, and inc...

Revolutionary HIV drug Fuzeon wins most prestigious award for innovation

Revolutionary HIV drug Fuzeon wins most prestigious award for innovationToday, HIV drug Fuzeon (enfuvirtide or T-20) was awarded the 2004 International Prix Galien for the most innovative new medicine. Fuzeon was selected out of 12 major new drugs in all therapeutic areas which each w...

Gambling among adolescents and young adults associated with psychiatric problems

...n to win money, and were less likely to have large wins or losses. Adolescent gamblers were also less likely than early-onset adult gamblers to gamble weekly or daily. The researchers conclude that "Adolescent-onset gambling is associated with more severe psychiatric problems, particularly substance use ...

Canadian neurologist wins highest award as American Stroke Association honors five

...Clinical Stroke and Hermes A. Kontos, M.D., Ph.D., wins the Distinguished Scientist Award. Research award...ator Award in Stroke and Shelagh Coutts, M.D., who wins the Robert G. Siekert New Investigator Award in Stroke. An internationally recognized stroke investi...

Economist: Cuba's state-run baseball doesn't go to bat for players

...oin. Thus, a higher ratio shows greater imbalance wins are more concentrated in certain teams. And so while another study shows that Major League Baseball's balance score averaged around 1.7 over the last quarter century, Baird found Cuba's indicator to be a less-balanced 2.08. In both countries, teams'...

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(Date:8/21/2014)... (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 Recently, ... among their patients. Alternative medicine is on the ... to millenials. According to The Fiscal Times, young ... treatments over conventional medicine. , The Fiscal Times ... many millenials are embracing alternative medicine. The article ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... with advanced laryngeal cancer appear to have better ... nonsurgical chemoradiation. , Author: Uchechukwu C. Megwalu, M.D., ... Mount Sinai, New York, and colleagues. , Background: ... are diagnosed each year and squamous cell carcinoma ... Prior to 1991, total surgical removal of the ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... NC -- Researchers have pinpointed the environmental source of ... Southern California for decades. It literally grows on trees. ... of a 13-year-old girl, who spent the summer gathering ... hardest hit by infections of the fungus named ... Cryptococcus , which encompasses a number of species including ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... (HealthDay News) -- Not only is eating better and exercising ... of health-care dollars a year, a new study finds. ... health sciences at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, ... 2 diabetes patients. Participants ranged in age ... an intensive "lifestyle change program" focused on diet and exercise, ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... The W. Montague Cobb/ NMA ... national voice in the elimination of health disparities, ... the 112th National Medical Association’s (NMA) Annual Convention ... John Ruffin, Ph.D, former Director of the National ... life-long career and innovations have had a significant ...
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