Science Daily

Tuesday the 7th of December 2010

Feeling chills in response to music - 21:30

Second-hand smoke increases risk of invasive meningococcal disease in children - 21:30

New blood test could detect heart disease in people with no symptoms - 21:30

Diners may be willing to pay more to eat at 'green' restaurants - 17:30

Teens get more ear infections when someone smokes at home - 16:31

Depressed smokers less likely to stay tobacco free - 16:31

Even with helicopter EMS, hospital transfer can delay treatment for heart attacks - 16:31

Bird call database nests online - 16:31

Pacific sperm whales exposed to pahs, pesticides, other pollutants - 16:31

People at highest risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy - 16:31

IV drug could be major advance in halting acute seizures in newborns - 16:31

Double vision: New instrument casts its eyes to the sky - 16:31

Butter contaminated by PBDE flame retardant - 16:31

Invisible invasive species threaten ecosystems - 15:30

Mechanism that controls cell movement linked to tumors becoming more aggressive - 15:30

Cognitively-impaired human research subjects need better protection, experts say - 15:30

Illegal file sharers: ‘Robin Hoods of the digital age?’ - 15:30

Are all movie viewing experiences enjoyable? Watching with the parents and other scenarios of emotional distress - 15:30

Aggressive blood cancer: Clinical trial of lenalidomide plus dexamethasone followed by autologous stem cell transplantation (ASCT) in multiple myeloma - 14:31

Aggressive blood cancers: Is Pralatrexate effective in patients with T-cell lymphoma who fail ICE-based regimens? - 14:31

Aggressive blood cancers: Response of multiple myeloma patients to Carfilzomib after other treatments have failed - 14:31

Sensitive testosterone detector linked to less aggression - 14:31

Nanoparticle gives antimicrobial ability to fight Listeria longer - 14:31

Milestone in fight against deadly disease: 500 protein structures mapped and solved - 14:31

School-based program helps adolescents cope with asthma - 14:31

Stem cell advance a step forward for treatment of brain diseases - 14:31

Novel compounds show early promise in treatment of Parkinson's, Huntington's, Alzheimer's - 14:31

Life found thriving in porous rock deep beneath the seafloor - 14:31

Doctor Who's trusty invention is anything but sci-fi: Sonic screwdriver to solve future DIY woes - 13:31

Social tools prove powerful for online health programs - 13:31

Rocking the cradle after 45 - 13:31

Bioactive peptides found to promote wound healing - 13:31

Plants 'remember' winter to bloom in spring with help of special molecule - 13:31

'Vast majority' of acoustic tumor patients benefit from surgery, study suggests - 13:31

Building mental muscles through theoretical physics - 13:31

Private insurers control health care spending better than Medicare, study suggests - 13:31

Tests between colonoscopies could be lifesaver for high-risk patients - 13:31

Developing robots for the hospital emergency room - 13:31

Phase 2 study of MLN8237: Investigational aurora A kinase (aak) inhibitor in patients with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) or myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) - 13:31

People in jobs traditionally held by the other sex are judged more harshly for mistakes - 13:30

Sleep deprivation eliminates fear generalization: New way to treat PTSD? - 13:30

Using new materials to make more reliable nanoelectromechanical systems - 13:30

Combining exenatide with insulin may be 'best result ever' for diabetes patients, study suggests - 13:30

Ultraviolet light helps skin cancer cells thrive, researchers report - 13:30

Stroke damage reversed by jumpstarting nerve fibers - 13:30

Drugs can pass through human body almost intact: New concerns for antibiotic resistance, pollution identified - 13:30

Good grades in high school lead to better health, study suggests - 12:32

New study raises questions about genetic testing of newborns - 11:31

Using chaos to model geophysical phenomena - 11:31

Towards an efficient, effective and equitable REDD+ - 11:31