Physorg

Monday th 6th of April 2009

Big belly and obesity linked to increased risk of restless legs syndrome - 17:14

Two nondrug treatments appear to reduce depression after heart surgery - 17:14

Children with low self-control more likely to become overweight preteens - 17:14

Mental health problems in childhood may predict later suicide attempts in males - 17:14

Reducing sugar and increasing fiber intake may improve diabetes risk factors in Latino teens - 17:14

In search of the original flapper... new theory on evolution of flight - 17:14

Mobile phone 'Have-nots' sidelined - 17:14

Bridging the gap between wireless sensor networks and the scientists who use them - 17:14

Sun unmoored as acquisition talks hit standstill - 17:14

Study reveals potential to amass more carbon in eastern North American forests - 17:14

New technique invented to reveal pancreatic stem cells - 17:14

Male flower parts responsible for potent grapevine perfume - 17:14

Side effects of 'gene-silencing' treatment more wide-ranging than previously thought - 17:14

Biology of flushing could renew niacin as cholesterol drug - 17:14

Researchers regenerate axons necessary for voluntary movement - 17:14

Study finds pre-surgical stress management improves mood, quality of life - 17:14

Young adults at future risk of Alzheimer's have different brain activity, says study - 17:14

Beating the backup blues - 17:14

Mass spec technique analyzes defensive chemicals on seaweed surfaces for potential drugs - 17:14

Breakthrough model for human cancer may improve development of cancer drugs - 17:14

NEC Develops Technologies that Assess Author's Feelings from Text - 17:14

Brine-Loving Microbes Reveal Secrets to Success in Chemically Extreme Environments - 17:14

Mt. Redoubt Gives Alaskans a Taste of the Moon - 15:59

New method for magnetic manipulation of cells - 15:57

Yahoo! Music pages to link to iTunes, YouTube - 15:57

Google, partners launch India Elections Center - 15:50

Obesity rates differ among racial/ethnic groups in kids as young as four - 15:49

You wear me out: Thinking of others causes lapses in our self-control - 15:43

Substituting water for sugar-sweetened beverages can reduce excess calorie consumption - 15:37

Is there a seat of wisdom in the brain? - 15:37

Swift`s Comet Tally - 14:49

Vitamin D Deficiency Related to Increased Inflammation in Healthy Women - 14:49

Nokia E75 begins shipping - 14:49

Supercomputing gets its own superhero - 14:28

A 'hands-on' approach to computers - 14:28

Solar car aims to put rivals in the shade - 14:07

Europe's biggest wind farm planned in Sweden - 13:42

A potential new target for treatment of hormone refractory prostate cancer - 13:42

New risk variant for atopic dermatitis identified - 13:42

Avastin effective at delaying brain tumor progression in recurrent disease - 13:42

Teacher-designed performance pay programs offer smaller incentives to more teachers - 13:21

The fragility of the world's coral is revealed through a study of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands - 13:21

Biomarker associated with poor outcome in aggressive childhood cancer - 13:21

A molecular ripcord for chemical reactions - 13:21

Game theory study: Cooperative behavior meshes with evolutionary theory - 13:21

Sexual behavior at work still a problem, study - 13:21

Researchers develop new way to see single RNA molecules inside living cells - 13:21

When should Alzheimer's patients stop driving? - 13:21

AT&T and union continue negotiating - 13:21

T-Mobile plans Android-based home devices: Times - 13:21