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Forensic pathologists tell physiologists what they know about death and what puzzles them

Washington -- When four forensic pathologists tell physiologists about the deaths that puzzle them, they will do so with the hope of sparking laboratory research to help define the cause of these deaths and prevent more of them. The four pathologists, all medical examiners and professors, will present their insi...

Your brain and hormones may conspire to make you fat

...at a lot now, and Go for the fat and sugar. Four physiologists will clarify the latest research on the brains role in obesity, during the symposium, Obesity and the Central Nervous System. The symposium will take place at the 120th annual meeting of The American Physiological Society (APS), which coincides with ...

New brain scan technology could save babies' lives

...iplinary MONSTIR team at UCL that includes medics, physiologists and mathematicians. He says: "The technology we're developing has the potential to produce high-quality images at the cot side and is also cheaper than MRI. It could make an important contribution to the care and treatment of critically ill babies. S...

Lessons to be learnt from life at the very limit

...vironments the world has to offer, so much so that physiologists once believed it would be impossible to survive at the summit without supplemental oxygen. But the experiences of mountaineers following in the footsteps of Reinhold Messener and Peter Habler, the first men to summit on Everest without supplemental o...

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