Triclosan, an antibacterial chemical widely used in hand soaps and other personal-care products, may impair muscle function. It hinders muscle contractions at a cellular level, slows swimming in fish and reduces muscular strength in mice, according to research from the University of California, Davis, and the University of Colorado.
One renewable energy source is easily available as waste from from construction, agriculture, landscaping, logging and sawmills. And it's already used in domestic and district-level heating systems.
It is the main solid biomass fuel source used for combined heat and power production, known as co-generation, a definite advantage as an energy source.
It's wood chips, but you don't hear much about them.
Ekso Bionics has begun shipping an upgraded version of their Ekso bionic suit that powers up patients with spinal cord injuries and pathologies to get them standing and walking again. Each Ekso now comes equipped with three new walking modes for progressive rehabilitation options, and EksoPulse, a wireless networked usage monitor. Patients will have new challenges as they master each level and more control of the suit as they become more adept.
Most people claim they don't make judgments about people based on appearance, and most people who say that are lying.
'First impressions' became a term for a reason. Everyone knows appearance counts in first impressions, and first impressions count overall, that is why it is better to wear a tie to a job interview than pajamas but how much are people really able to tell about someone else based on physical aspects, aside from whether or not they are wearing pajamas instead of a tie or if they look like George Clooney?
Oxford BioMedica plc biopharmaceuticals and its partner Sanofi announced a positive interim review of the RetinoStat(R) Phase I study in neovascular "wet" age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and the StarGen(TM) Phase I/IIa study in Stargardt disease by the Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB); an independent panel of specialists in the fields of ophthalmology, virology and vectorology. RetinoStat(R) and StarGen(TM) were designed and developed by Oxford BioMedica using the Company's proprietary LentiVector(R) gene delivery technology.