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New approach to eye training may significantly improve performance
...rst trained on the cluttered displays did not show any
transferred improvement when they tested on the clear displays. "We were surprised to find training the eyes in the one process would transfer so extensively to the other, but not vice versa," Dosher said. Dosher and Lu have been working in visual at...
More exhaust inhaled by kids inside school buses than by others in the area, says new UC study
...ust manifold of the buses so researchers knew that any
traces of the gas must have come through the exhaust system of the bus. Eduardo Behrentz, a post-doctoral researcher at the Environmental Science and Engineering Program and the School of Public Health at UCLA, participated in the experiments and co...
AACR establishes new lectureship in honor of Dr. Jane C. Wright
...ations are not eligible Nominations may be made by any
scientist, whether an AACR member or nonmember, who is now or has been affiliated with any
institution involved in cancer research, cancer medicine, or cancer-related biomedical science. Cand...
Largest NIH grant for NYU will create research network in dental practices
...inical Research (the largest center of its kind in any
dental school in the world), a world-class data coordinating center (EMMES Corporation in Rockville, MD), the largest dental marketing and practice management firm in the world (Levin Group in Owens Mills, MD), and a broad network of investigators an...
Cognitive therapy works as well as antidepressants, but with lasting effect after therapy ends
...o heart," DeRubeis said. "The key to establishing any
form of treatment is rating its effectiveness in comparison to treatments currently in use, and this study has shown cognitive therapy to be a viable alternative."...
Consumers not getting accurate information about smokeless tobacco
...ince snuff use has not been definitively linked to any
Pediatric use of complementary and alternative medicine
...7,323 insured children, 156,689 (83.6 percent) had any
insurance claims during 2002, the researchers report. For those with claims, 6.2 percent used an alternative professional during the year, accounting for 1.3 percent of the total expenditures and 3.6 percent of expenditures for all outpatient profess...
Differential heart-attack risks among blacks, whites remain mystery
...resentative sample of African-American subjects of any
other statistical dataset ever used to study Lp(a)...in's size and related levels of atherosclerosis in any
of the groups we studied," said Guerra....
A probe, not an echo
...from the flood of electronic signals on the air at any
given time. When the transducer captures the signal, it is processed with advanced signal processing algorithms, specially developed by Marmarelis' group, to form the multi-band images. Different kinds of tissue allow slightly more, or slightly less...
Diuretics best initial therapy for both black and nonblack patients in treating high blood pressure
...est rate of illness and death from hypertension of any
population group in the United States and is among...y outcome of myocardial infarction or fatal CHD or any
other major cardiovascular or renal outcome, and diuretic-based treatment was superior to ACE inhibi...
US service academies to collaborate with UNC, Andrews Air Force Base, Duke in knee injury study
...ctive men and women and to readily track over time any
ACL injuries that may occur, as these will be treated in the central orthopedics department of each service academy, he added. "This study provides a way for the Army, Navy and Air Force to come together and do good science. Competition between the...
Fink receives National Pharmacy Leadership Award
...ave a proven track record of servant leadership in any
one or more of the following areas: education, association work, community service, professional practice or mentoring. "Fink's tireless efforts on behalf of pharmacy became apparent as the committee reviewed the package submitted by your supporters...
People can learn motor skills by watching
.... And, when interviewed, the subjects did not show any
conscious awareness of how the forces that they actually used compared to those that they saw on the video. However, the beneficial effects of observing were significantly reduced when the subjects were asked to perform unrelated arm movements during...
Dr. Gutin selected as Fulbright Senior Specialist
...ng event. The dominant factor, more important than any
other physiological factor, was how fat they were.... the impact on public health would be greater than any
other lifestyle change." Dr. Gutin and others at the MCG Georgia Prevention Institute work to do jus...
Study: Level I trauma centers boost head injury survival
...me level of care. "Previous studies have not shown any
quantifiable differences in outcomes" between the two, McConnell said. One problem with comparing level I and II centers is that the most severely injured patients are sent to level I centers, he said. This means patients are not transferred on a ran...
Institute of Medicine news: Review of HIVNET 012 study
...led to report or mistakenly reported the deaths of any
of the infants. Regarding the trial researchers'...e said. Questions in previous audits about whether any
adverse events had been missed stemmed from the trial investigators' use of a narrow but acceptable ...
OHSU develops instant, computerized notification system to communicate patients' end-of-life wishes
...r will pop up on the OHSU computer screen to alert any
future health professional who cares for them of t...atient's previously documented medical wishes from any
workstation in the hospital," explained Barbara Glidewell, director of the Department of Patient Rel...
About 70 percent of older adults use alternative medicine
...entive or curative a higher percentage than among any
other group. And about 63 percent of respondents who said they were not satisfied with their health care also tried alternative therapies classified as preventive or curative. "Older adults tend to have more chronic illnesses, and conventional medici...
Case finds dental patients agreeable to tobacco interventions
...nd to strengthen the need for dentists to overcome any
hesitations they have about introducing tobacco cessation information and advice during dental visits. Victoroff added that public health guidelines encourage doctors and dentists to inquire about tobacco use and to urge patients to give up and break...
Blood test can accurately diagnose heart failure in emergency patients
...personally and reviewing their records to identify any
subsequent clinical events. Participation in the study in no way changed the care or treatment the patients received. To determine the diagnoses for this study, cardiologists not involved in the patients' care reviewed all the participants' relevan...
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