Tag: "snap" at medical news
Tsunami raises questions about disaster mental health, Science reports
...ople who have been under stress are more likely to snap
when something disastrous happens. In the U.S., in event of a natural disaster like a hurricane or an earthquake, there's usually an assumption that the official response will have to include some sort of mental health therapy. And yet, another of ...
Risky sex in Miami, racial influence on children's care in latest Journal of Urban Health
...r parents and providers to rely on stereotypes and snap
judgments during well-child care visits." Interestingly, African Americans and Latinos were found to be significantly less likely than whites to see a pediatrician from their racial/ethnic background, in part because of availability. Only 10 percent ...
3-D forms link antibiotic resistance and brain disease
...cture, White said. These modules, called monomers, snap
together to form the enzyme.The researchers used a technique called X-ray crystallography to produce 3-D images of Types II and III and their interactions with panthothenic acid and ATP, a molecule that supplies the phosphate that the enzyme puts ont...