- Scientists Identify Gene That May Indicate Predisposition To Schizophrenia
In a new study from The American Journal of Human Genetics, a research team lead by Xinzhi Zhao and Ruqi Tang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) present evidence that genetic variation may indicate predisposition to schizophrenia. ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 25 2007 - 11:22pm
- Would Female Orgasms Kill Men?
Always thought women were the stronger sex? Okay, I admit it, me too. But I am inclined to be a little skeptical when someone pimping their book cites ancillary evidence rather than studies so even if the logic is good I tend to maintain a healthy disbelie ...
Article - Cash Simpson - Sep 10 2010 - 10:38am
- Science Is Stalling Part I- The Role Of Journals
Science is Stalling. Part I- Limitations of Journals Today. ...
Article - Tariq Aslam - Feb 5 2007 - 4:55pm
- An Automated System Of Measuring Decentration Of Anterior Segment Structures From Geometric Central Axis
An automated system of measuring decentration of anterior segment structures from geometric central axis Tariq M Aslam*, Abha Gupta*, Chris Rose**,. * Manchester Eye Hospital ...
Article - Tariq Aslam - Feb 5 2007 - 4:56pm
- How Does Your Brain Tell Time? Study Challenges Theory Of Inner Clock
"Time" is the most popular noun in the English language, yet how would we tell time if we didn't have access to the plethora of watches, clocks and cell phones at our disposal? For decades, scientists have believed that the brain possesses ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 1 2007 - 1:45pm
- Are Relationships In Our Genes?
New research suggests that choosing a mate may be partially determined by your genes. A study published in Psychological Science has found a link between a set of genes involved with immune function and partner selection in humans. Vertebrate species and ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 1 2007 - 11:45pm
- Your Parkinson's Disease Medication May Make You Gamble
Patients with Parkinson's disease who are younger when they develop the condition, have a personality trait known as novelty-seeking or whose personal or family history includes alcohol abuse may be more likely to develop pathological gambling as a s ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 12 2007 - 10:29pm
- Get Ready For A Bionic Eye
Patients who have gone blind are a step closer to perhaps one day regaining some of their sight. Researchers at the USC Doheny Eye Institute announced today the next step in their efforts to advance technology that hopefully will help patients with retini ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 18 2007 - 10:29am
- Is Schizophrenia In The Eyes?
A Binghamton University researcher has established a new framework to help determine whether individuals might be at risk for schizophrenia. In a study published in this month's Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Mark F. Lenzenweger, a professor of clin ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 21 2007 - 12:47am
- When It Comes To Brains, Size Doesn't Always Matter
As we have seen, penis size matters to female mice and sword size matters to female swordfish but brain size in humans barely gets noticed at all. It's what you do with it that counts. The ability to hit a baseball or play a piano well is part practic ...
Article - News Staff - Mar 2 2007 - 11:00am