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(Date:9/1/2014)... animals, bats are perfectly adapted to a life without light. ... reflected echoes to measure distance to obstacles or prey. In ... delays. A study carried out by researchers at Technische Universitt ... map dynamically adapts to external factors. , Closer ... in too close to an object, the number of activated ...
(Date:8/31/2014)... sniffing the highly infectious bacteria C. diff , ... developed by a team at the University of Leicester. ... demonstrated that it is possible to identify the unique ... to rapid diagnosis of the condition., What is more, ... identify different strains of the disease simply from their ...
(Date:8/31/2014)... Change , suggests that if current trends continue ... targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2050. ... about the food we choose and its environmental impact. A ... of a number of actions that need to be taken ... food for all. , As populations rise and global ...
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... into a calcium-sensing enzyme already known to play a ... researchers showed that the enzyme, calmodulin kinase II (CaM ... disease called Timothy syndrome and that inhibiting the enzyme ... a new cellular model, could help with developing treatments ...
... Climate change can have significant impacts on high-elevation lakes ... them, according to U.S. Forest Service and University of ... issue of the journal " Herpetological Conservation and Biology ... shallow lakes drying up in summer and predation by ...
... at The University of Queensland could contribute to the ... virus and Dengue fever. Led by Associate ... School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences identified a novel ... belong. The team found all flaviviruses produced ...
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(Date:9/2/2014)... 2 September 2014: Health structures explain nearly 20% ... to the results of a joint ESC-OECD study ... Maggioni. Clinical variables explained more than 80% of ... unique evaluation which combines clinical data and health ... fuller picture of the reasons some patients with ...
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(Date:9/2/2014)... September 02, 2014 September 2014 – The ... gone. But even though men shave daily – and commit ... rough and irritated skin isn’t inevitable, according to Joshua ... , For decades, skin care was something in which ... surge in men of all ages who realize that their ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Health structures explain nearly 20 percent of non-adherence to heart failure guidelines 2Health News:Pixel Film Studios Released a New ProIntro Lesson Exclusively for Final Cut Pro X 2Health News:Pixel Film Studios Released a New ProIntro Lesson Exclusively for Final Cut Pro X 3Health News:Avon Healthcare Upgrades to NOVAtime 4000 Time and Attendance / Workforce Management Solution with NT7000 Smart Clocks 2Health News:Avon Healthcare Upgrades to NOVAtime 4000 Time and Attendance / Workforce Management Solution with NT7000 Smart Clocks 3Health News:Harmonica Techs, Inventor of the Pulmonica Pulmonary Harmonica, Outlines New Uses for Harmonicas in Healthcare 2Health News:Harmonica Techs, Inventor of the Pulmonica Pulmonary Harmonica, Outlines New Uses for Harmonicas in Healthcare 3Health News:Rough Isn’t Rugged in Men’s Skin: Dermatology specialist Dr. Joshua Fox with Advanced Dermatology PC offers tips on easy skin maintenance for men 2Health News:Rough Isn’t Rugged in Men’s Skin: Dermatology specialist Dr. Joshua Fox with Advanced Dermatology PC offers tips on easy skin maintenance for men 3
... dengue fever in early stage was launched in India Monday ... distributor of life science research products and clinical diagnostics. ... to diagnose dengue on the first day of symptoms, the ... - the first in the Indian market - is based ...
... to be safer to use than laser surgery to correct ... being contested by a physician William Mathers, M.D from Health ... comparing data from many recent studies who feels the results ... ,Dr Mathers, Professor of Ophthalmology in the OHSU School ...
... have quit the NHS rather than sign new contracts. Around ... around one million patients without an NHS dentist. ... over the changes. If their issues are still not resolved, ... switch to private practice. ,Since the introduction of ...
... term schizophrenia should be done away with, as it has ... is a harmful concept," said Professor Marius Romme, a visiting ... in Birmingham.,He added, "Symptoms such as delusions, hearing voices and ... be reactions to traumatic and troubling events in life. " ...
... medicine regulators to begin selling its new breast cancer pill ... last month, and comes slightly earlier than some commentators were ... GSK's most promising pipeline drugs as well as a potential ... the drug could cross 2 bln used by 2010. ...
... patients before the surgical removal of the tumour, than ... 1 %. The usual treatment for bowel cancer ... and once reappeared, treatment is difficult and usually incurable. ... to compare the effect of radiotherapy before and after ...
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