Science Daily

Friday th 2nd of May 2008

Mothers And Offspring Can Share Cells Throughout Life - 13:28

Gene Variations May Predict Risk Of Breast Cancer In Women - 11:35

Cholera Study Provides Exciting New Way Of Looking At Infectious Disease - 11:35

'Fishery Failure' Declared For West Coast Salmon Fishery - 11:35

Will Global Warming Take A Short Break? Improved Climate Predictions Suggest A Reduced Warming Trend During The Next 10 Years - 11:35

Bacteria Levels In Aircraft Shows Low Risk To Travelers, Study Shows - 11:35

Family History Places Women At Risk Of Pelvic Organ Prolapse - 11:35

Did Dust Storms Make 1930s Dust Bowl Drought Worse? - 11:35

Big Black Holes Cook Flambeed Stellar Pancakes - 11:35

Alzheimer's Disease Risks Gender Specific: Women With Depression, Men With Stroke - 11:35

Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals Liquids Adjust Viscosity When Confined, Shaken - 11:35

Analysis Of Alcoholics' Brains Suggests Treatment Target - 10:28

Heart Failure Patients May Suffer Similarly To Advanced Cancer Patients - 10:28

Education, Simple Measures Keys To Improving Vets' Hypertension Care - 10:28

Solar Images Show Green And Blue Flashes - 10:28

Advertising Linked To Increased Tobacco Use Among India's Youth - 10:28

Cloning Of A Key Group Of Human Genes, The Protein Kinases, Reported - 10:28

Children Affected By Parents' Behavior Following Trauma - 10:28

Advertisements Saying Dairy Products Help You Lose Weight Are Misleading, Study Shows - 10:28

Bringing Down The Language Barrier... Automatically - 10:28

Zebrafish May Help Solve Ringing In War Vets' Ears - 10:28

How Some Bacteria Survive Antibiotics - 10:28

Graphene-based Gadgets May Be Just Years Away - 10:28

World First: Completely Automated Anesthesia System Developed - 10:28

Global Warming Linked To Caribou-calf Mortality - 10:28

Roaring Bats: New Scientific Results Show Bats Emitting More Decibels Than A Rock Concert - 10:28

Bees Disease: One Step Closer To A Cure - 09:21

Environmental Fate Of Nanoparticles Depends On Properties Of Water Carrying Them - 09:21

Plan To Send A Probe To The Sun - 09:21

Closing The Achievement Gap In Math And Science - 09:21

Some Women More Likely To Miss Or Ignore Heart Attack Warning Signs - 09:21

Sun's Movement Through Milky Way Regularly Sends Comets Hurtling, Coinciding With Mass Life Extinctions - 09:21

Smart Instrument For Tissue Damage Assessment Developed - 08:35

Drug-resistant Tuberculosis On The Increase In The UK - 08:35

People With Less Education and Lower Income Spend More Time In Pain - 08:35

Weight Loss Possible When Self-belief High - 08:35

Causes Of Disease Can Be Revealed By Metabolic Fingerprinting - 08:35

Thursday th 1st of May 2008

Molecular Change May Reveal Risk Of Leukemia Relapse - 18:21

Physical Activity, Healthy Eating And BMI Not Linked In Older Teens - 18:21

Tree-lined Streets Mean Lower Rates Of Childhood Asthma, Study Suggests - 18:21

Prozac May Help Curb Disease Activity In Multiple Sclerosis - 18:21

Incubator Electromagnetic Fields Alter Newborns' Heart Rates - 18:21

Fast-Food Liver Damage Can Be Reversed, Experts Say - 18:21

New Surgery Improves Head And Neck Cancer Treatment - 17:14

Eight New Human Genome Projects Offer Large-scale Picture Of Genetic Difference - 17:14

Dual Treatment Of Incontinence And Dementia Associated With Functional Decline - 17:14

Three-in-Five Chance Of Record Low Arctic Sea Ice In 2008, According to New Forecast - 17:14

Diabetes Link To Alzheimer's Disease Explained - 17:14

Oxygen Depletion Zones In Tropical Oceans Expanding, Maybe Due To Global Warming - 17:14

Selfishness May Be Altruism's Unexpected Ally - 17:14