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Monthly Archives: April 2010
A University of Alberta-led research team has taken a major step forward in understanding how T cells are activated in the course of an immune response by combining nanotechnology and cell biology. T cells are the all important trigger that … Continue reading
Forget what you know about how diseases are diagnosed — new research published in the May 2010 print issue of The FASEB Journal details a noninvasive ground-breaking tool that detects signs of disease at early molecular stages before symptoms can … Continue reading
A scientist has brought the holy grail of personalised medicine a step closer after having all his DNA screened for diseases and susceptibility to treatments.
ROCKFORD Four years of hard work and determination will culminate at 11 a.m. Saturday for 55 graduating seniors of the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford. The convocation will take place at the Coronado Performing Arts Center.
SOUTHINGTON Residents, along with those in Bristol, Burlington and Wolcott, are encouraged to clean out their medicine cabinets for the second annual Medication Disposal Program. Expired and unwanted medicine, both prescription and over the counter, will be accepted at the … Continue reading
Move over drug dealers, what’s inside our medicine cabinets could be a bigger threat to our kids — and the source of one of the fastest-growing drug problems in the United States. Several students in Desert Hot Springs were treated … Continue reading
The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry is planning to set up a separate research council for the Siddha System of Medicine bifurcating the existing Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (CCRAS), the autonomous body under the Department … Continue reading
ere’s a hot stock market tip. If Hollywood Records of Burbank is selling shares, buy them a lot if you can afford it. OK, this isn’t a finance column, but on the strength of the newest Grace Potter & The … Continue reading
I fully believe that medicine will go global within the next 20 years. Information-intensive specialties, especially radiology, have been the first to demonstrate the potential. Thats pretty straightforward in retrospect: using the Internet to transmit digital images for interpretation.
Cortland County will hold its first prescription and over-the-counter medicine drop-off Saturday. The event was coordinated after a new study revealed an alarming trend of prescription drug abuse in Cortland teens.
By: Ann Compton West Virginia Universitys School of Medicine received two national honors in U.S. News & World Reports 2011 edition of Americas Best Graduate Schools….
Have you ever said “It stinks getting old?” If you spend some time with a local family, you might just look forward to it.
Cancer may now be fought with a vaccine. The FDA has finally approved an immune boosting vaccine which is said to extend survival of patients at an advanced stage of prostate cancer by four months. This is twice as long … Continue reading
Childless couples who are seeking fertility treatment were given a welcome boost this week as an IVF clinic announces record pregnancy success rates.
Jumping Elements, Some of Which Cause Genetic Diseases, Become Incorporated in the Genome at Different Stages of Human DevelopmentThe density of transposable (jumping) elements between sex chromosomes in primates may have important consequences for the studies of human genetic diseases, … Continue reading
Some Northwestern medical students who dissected donated human bodies got to know their donor better thanks to a new wrinkle at a post-course gathering.
The density of transposable (jumping) elements between sex chromosomes in primates may have important consequences for the studies of human genetic diseases, say Penn State University researchers.
A comprehensive new gene expression study in embryonic stem cells has uncovered a transcription control mechanism that is not only more pervasive than once thought but is also heavily regulated by the cancer-causing gene c-Myc.
In trying to plant his tomatoes upside down, Terry Dickson ended up with his shirt and shoes full of dirt. We offer instead this insightful correspondence from Bubba Gene Hightower, mayor of Pond Scoggin, Ga. Dear Mr. Dickerson, I hope … Continue reading
NEW YORK, April 29 (UPI) — Weill Cornell Medical College researchers say they have determined a single gene is responsible for obsessive-compulsive disorder behaviors in mice.