- National Institute For Health And Clinical Excellence (NICE) Final Appraisal Determination Recommends Treatment Options For Prim
EGHAM, England, July 8 /PRNewswire/-- Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals (P&GP) welcome the new Final Appraisal Determination (FAD) Guidance for the primary and secondary prevention of osteoporosis from NICE. The revised NICE FAD recommends risedron ...
Article - Anna Ohlden - Jul 8 2008 - 12:32pm
- Where Carbon Dioxide Is Your Friend- Removing Wrinkles
Carbon dioxide has been getting a bad rap for the last few years, what with "Waterworld" and the IPCC's preference for French nuclear plants, but laser resurfacing appears to be an effective long-term treatment for facial wrinkles, accordin ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 21 2008 - 3:41pm
- Micrel Drives Complexity And Cost Down With New 4.25Gbps FP/DFB Laser Driver Featuring Integrated Bias And High Drive Current
SAN JOSE, California, July 23 /PRNewswire/-- ...
Article - Anna Ohlden - Jul 23 2008 - 6:33am
- The Dauer Stage- Less Sex, Less Food, Longer Life
A group of scientists who set out to study sex pheromones in a tiny worm found that the same family of pheromones also controls a stage in the worms' life cycle, the long-lived dauer larva. The findings in Nature represent the first time that reproduc ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 23 2008 - 1:50pm
- Exercise, The Heart's Fountain Of Youth (But Moreso For Women)
According to a study conducted at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, older people who did endurance exercise training for about a year ended up with metabolically much younger hearts. The researchers also showed that by one metabolic me ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 24 2008 - 12:07am
- Aging Theory Debunked? It May Not Be Tissue Damage Buildup, Says Study
A new discovery contradicts the prevailing theory that aging is a buildup of tissue damage akin to rust in some metals, and implies science might eventually halt or even reverse the ravages of age. Specific genetic instructions drive aging in worms, report ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 24 2008 - 1:27pm
- Ritalin Holds Up Seniors
According to research conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention one in three Americans age 65 and older fall. Recent findings by experts at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel, found that Ritalin improves cognitive impairments in seniors, w ...
Article - Audrey Amara - Jul 28 2008 - 7:15pm
- Next Time "Shotgun" Water
With respect to binge-drinking, “shot-gunning” a beer involves inserting a hole in the beer can and drinking it FAST. The game is so popular that a shotgun beer opener is even available to interested enthusiasts through the "liquorsnob" website. ...
Article - Audrey Amara - Jul 30 2008 - 4:24pm
- Free Radicals Linked To Appetite
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have found the brain's appetite center uses fat for fuel by involving oxygen free radicals—molecules associated with aging and neurodegeneration. The findings suggest that antioxidants could play a role in weight ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 30 2008 - 9:39pm
- Sleep Apnea Linked To 2-3X Increased Risk Of Death
Sleep-disordered breathing (also known as sleep apnea) is associated with an increased risk of death, according to new results from the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort, an 18-year observational study supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI ...
Article - News Staff - Jul 31 2008 - 11:53pm