Science Blog

Monday the 14th of September 2009

New report: Light brown apple moth classification for eradication and quarantine was justified - 17:28

Neurons found to be similar to Electoral College - 17:28

Blood vessels contribute to their own growth and oxygen delivery to tissues and tumors - 17:28

Study shows common pain cream could protect heart during attack - 17:28

Lung cancer suppresses miR-200 to invade and spread - 17:28

Scientists identify gene for short-circuiting excess mucus in lung disease, common colds - 17:28

September/October 2009 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet - 17:28

Embargoed news from Annals of Internal Medicine - 17:28

Implantable defibrillators may not benefit women with heart failure - 15:56

Combat exposure may increase likelihood of newly reported high blood pressure - 15:56

Less than 10 percent of Americans have low risk for heart disease - 15:56

During CPR, more chest compressions mean more saved lives - 15:56

Blood test helps guide treatment and can impact quality of life for breast cancer patients - 15:56

New treatment found to reduce vision loss from central retinal vein occlusion - 15:56

Laser treatment for BRVO is safer than corticosteroid injections and equally effective - 15:56

Guideline: Kids with small head size at risk of neurologic problems, screening needed - 15:56

Forest ecologist sees climate consequences - 14:28

Tropical Storm Koppu poised for China landfall - 14:28

Typhoon Choi-Wan triggers tropical storm warnings for US commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands - 14:28

Once-daily pill effective as multiple dosings for oral yeast infection in HIV/AIDS patients - 14:28

Asthma: Epidemiology, etiology and risk factors - 14:28

Cutting sodium consumption: A major public health priority - 14:28

1 in 20 patients experience critical event during urgent air-medical transport - 14:28

Sex and Novelty: Your cheating heart may have genes at play - 14:28

Forest ecologist sees climate consequences - 13:21

Tropical Storm Koppu poised for China landfall - 13:21

Typhoon Choi-Wan triggers tropical storm warnings for US commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands - 13:21

Once-daily pill effective as multiple dosings for oral yeast infection in HIV/AIDS patients - 13:21

Asthma: Epidemiology, etiology and risk factors - 13:21

Cutting sodium consumption: A major public health priority - 13:21

1 in 20 patients experience critical event during urgent air-medical transport - 13:21

Sex and Novelty - 13:21

Dual simulation improves crash performance - 11:28

'Alert status' area in brain discoved by Hebrew University scientists - 11:28

Diabetes drug kills cancer stem cells in combination treatment in mice - 11:28

Diabetes drug kills cancer stem cells in combination treatment in mice - 11:28

Study shows how disruption of spectrin-actin network causes lens cells in the eye to lose shape - 11:28

Prolonged stress sparks ER to release calcium stores and induce cell death in aging-related diseases - 11:28

Evolution still scientifically stable - 11:28

UCSF researchers program cells to be remote-controlled by light - 11:28

Under Observation - Restless Atoms Cause Materials to Age - 04:21

Sunday the 13th of September 2009

Ice cream may target the brain before your hips, UT Southwestern study suggests - 23:49

Information about the use and accuracy of breast cancer tests is lacking, study finds - 23:49

Depression increases cancer patients' risk of dying - 23:49

Electronic nose sniffs out toxins - 18:35

Master gene that switches on disease-fighting cells identified by scientists - 18:35

Looking deeply into polymer solar cells - 18:35

New CO2 data helps unlock the secrets of Antarctic formation - 18:35

How stem cells make skin - 18:35

When nano may not be nano - 18:35