Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775

Researchers with the University of Florida and the California Institute of Technology have developed a new strain of genetically modified mice that allow scientists to examine the potential usefulness of new therapies for Alzheimer's disease. The development, reported in a recent edition of the journal PloS Medicine, has helped scientists evaluate the brain's ability to repair one of Alzheimer's hallmark...
Comment0
CONCORD, Mass. A recent study has found that sevelamer (Renagel®) is having a positive, long-term clinical and economic effect when used on hemodialysis patients. This study, undertaken by the Caro Research Institute in Concord, Mass., and published in Value in Health, examined the long-term consequences associated with one year of sevelamer use. According to Krista Huybrechts, who led the study,...
Comment0
Writer details how a 'harmless' pain escalatedto an emergency
By:
Gunter David, JE Feature
It was 1 p.m. on a recent Sunday afternoon. I was at my computer, hurriedly finishing an article for the Montgomery County Community College. My deadline was that evening. As my two fingers flew over the keyboard - I'm a former newsman from the era when the clicking of typewriters filled up the newsroom - an excruciating pain shot up...
Comment0
By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
As the global market continues to expand, executives find themselves conducting an increasing amount of their business in foreign countries - forcing many business travelers to attempt to master a language in a minimal amount of time. Enter language pro Michele S. Ross, who speaks six languages fluently, and knows a fair amount of another four. As the owner and...
Comment0
By:
In an educational system where standardized testing and the "No Child Left Behind" mantra have dictated the direction of classroom curricula, finding the time and having the dedication to teach students lessons that go beyond the core skills of reading, writing and math have become challenges for a large number of educators. Still, finding new ways to teach about genocide...
Comment0

                    

Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement