Science Daily

Sunday th 4th of May 2008

Nitric Oxide Regulates Plants As Well As People - 20:14

Lasers And Milk: The Common Denominator - 20:14

Rare Textiles From Honduras Ruins Suggests Mayans Produced Fine Fabrics - 20:14

Premature Infants Benefit From Diets Rich In Protein, Study Suggests - 20:14

New DNA Variants Found That Can Help To Pile On The Pounds - 20:14

Rocks Under The Northern Ocean Are Found To Resemble Ones Far South - 20:14

Turning Fungus Into Fuel: Organism With Taste For Olive Drab Shows Promise For Greener Energy - 20:14

Children More Vulnerable To Harmful Effects Of Lead - 20:14

Diatoms Discovered To Remove Phosphorus From Oceans - 20:14

Getting Wise To Influenza Virus' Tricks: Imaging Of Influenza Virus Protein Opens Way To Design New Anti-viral Drugs - 19:28

Scientists Discover Why Plague Is So Lethal - 19:28

Bacterial Slime Helps Cause Serious Disease - 19:28

Adolescent Rats Help Prove That Early Alcohol Exposure Alcohol Can Quickly Lead To Heavy Drinking - 19:28

Alcoholism Is Not Just A 'Man's Disease' Anymore - 19:28

Genomic 'Fingerprint' Identified For Alcohol-induced Heart Failure - 19:28

Second Breast Cancer May Be Greater Than Thought For High-risk Women Without BRCA Mutations - 19:28

Two Discoveries Add To Giant Earthworm Science In Northwest - 19:28

Nearly One-third Of US Parents Don't Know What To Expect Of Infants - 09:21

Treatment Advances For Fibroids, Menopause - 09:21

Saturday th 3rd of May 2008

Enterovirus In China: Latest Outbreak Of Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease Hits Mainly Children, Kills 20 - 22:28

Computer Programs Help Drug Abusers Stay Abstinent, Yale Researchers Find - 21:21

Elderly Heart Patients With ICD Devices Live Longer After Heart Failure, Study Shows - 21:21

New 3-D Test Method For Biomaterials 'Flat Out' Faster - 21:21

Protecting U.S. Troops With Fireproof Wool - 21:21

Coherent Description of Earth's Inaccessible Interior Clarifies Mantle Motion - 21:21

Limitations Of Charcoal As An Effective Carbon Sink - 21:21

Study In 7,000 Men And Women Ties Obesity, Inflammatory Proteins To Heart Failure Risk - 21:21

Golden Wheat 'Greens' Kenya's Drylands - 21:21

Engineer Develops Thermosuit For Rapid Cooling Of Critically Ill Patients - 21:21

Engineering And Invention On The Half-shell: Learning From Marine Animals - 21:21

Researchers Synthesize Compound To Flush HIV Out Of Hiding And Into Crosshairs - 21:21

Fixing Up 'This Old House' May Increase Exposure To Lead In Young - 07:28

One In Ten Children Using Cough, Cold Medications - 07:28

Free Radical Link Suggested Between Pollution And Asthma - 07:28

US Unemployment Having Impact On Kids' Health-care Coverage, And That Puts Their Health At Risk - 06:21

Uninsured Kids In Middle Class Have Same Unmet Needs As Poor - 06:21

New 'OPAL Therapy' Presents Simple, Cost-effective Method Of Treating HIV Infection - 06:21

Friday th 2nd of May 2008

Japanese Mushroom Leads To Breakthrough In Protein Research - 19:28

Compound That Could Lead To New Blood Pressure Drugs Discovered - 19:28

Supercomputer To Simulate Extreme Stellar Physics - 19:28

High Blood Pressure Still Sneaking Past Doctors, Stanford Study Shows - 18:21

What Can Be Done About Pollution In Ganges River? - 18:21

Genetic Breakthrough Explains Dangerously High Blood Glucose Levels - 18:21

Young Songbirds Babble Before They Learn To Sing - 18:21

Exercise Plus Psychological Counseling May Benefit Depressed Heart Failure Patients - 17:14

New Tests Make Antibiotic Monitoring Easier - 17:14

A New Polymer Product From Soy Oil, Not Petroleum - 16:28

Evidence That Stun Guns May Stimulate The Heart - 15:21

New Idea For How Anti-aging Products Delay Ripening Of Fruit And Wilting Of Flowers - 15:21

E. Coli In Charles River Found To Be High After Long Periods Without Rain: New Model Developed - 13:28