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Students devise oral quick-dissolve strips for rotavirus vaccine
...en-student team fabricated a thin film that should melt
quickly in a babys mouth, prompting the child to swallow the vaccine. The dissolved medication is coated with a material to protect it in the childs stomach. This coating is also designed to release the vaccine in the small intestine, where it should...
Texas A&M study proves pollution from China And India affecting world's weather
...ves. "It possibly means the polar ice caps could melt
quicker than we had believed, which of course, results in rising sea level rates," he adds. The pollution from the storm tracks could also signify wild weather changes, he believes. "You might have more storms, and these storms might be more seve...
Arctic summer ice anomaly shocks scientists
...s perennial sea ice, which had survived the summer melt
season, has been fragmented by late summer storms. The area between Spitzbergen, the North Pole and Severnaya Zemlya is confirmed by AMSR-E to have had much lower ice concentrations than witnessed during earlier years. Mark Drinkwater of ESA's Ocean...
Children with heart defects found to benefit from exercise
... with heart disease who had never exercised helped melt
away a lot of their anxiety. It was quite a metamorphosis." Heart rate was checked before each session, and 2 to 3 times during the session. For safety, a pulse oximeter and external defibrillator were available on site, but were never needed. At t...
ERS altimeter survey shows growth of Greenland Ice Sheet interior
...on of frozen freshwater on Earth and if it were to melt
completely global sea level would increase by up t...ation and negative at low elevations due to snow melt
exceeding accumulation. Such models agree with the new observational results. However after that th...
Inhaled nitric oxide may help sickle cell disease
...althy clustering of hemoglobin S molecules but can melt
existing polymers, leaving more hemoglobin free to do its job of oxygen delivery to the body. Inhaling the short-acting gas naturally found on hemoglobin allows low concentrations to come in close contact with red blood cells and essentially turns th...