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Is It Churlish To Criticise Bush Over His Spending On AIDS? (p 303)
This week's lead editorial reflects on the recent criticism levelled at the US $15 billion programme for tackling HIV/AIDS. The ABC strategy (Abstinence, Be faithful, and Condoms) proposed by the US administration is viewed as 'an unobtainable position for many, if not most, women living in some of the poorest regions of the world. Here, violence and forced intergenerational sex are often the... View News Article (2004-07-21)


Microscope With Automatic Controls
Modern optical microscopes are high-tech devices with complex functions and operations. So that not just specialists can get the best out of these advanced instruments, Leica have produced a microscope which automatically selects the optimal combination of optical components. Many modern items of equipment can do too much. It is not only when operating a video recorder or a mobile phone that you... View News Article (2004-07-08)


New mobile phone functions fit into a smaller space than before
Even a conventional mobile phone user demands more functions and better performance of his mobile phone in the smallest possible space. The mobile phone should also be easy to use, reliable and inexpensive. In order to meet these demands, more data and functions than before must be packed into the circuit boards of mobile phones in the future. The researchers at the Helsinki University of... View News Article (2002-04-05)


Who can objectively assess autonomic nerve functions in patients with spinal cord injury?
Neurological functions following spinal cord injury have generally been assessed using the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) impairment scale. View News Article (2013-12-03)


New Research Demonstrates That Social Interaction Determines Left Or Right-side Bias
Why aren't left and right-handers equally common? New research* demonstrates that the prevalence of bias or handedness in one direction (Lateralisation) is likely to result from social selection pressures, rather than mere evolutionary chance or genetics. The research is published in Proceedings B, a learned journal published by The Royal Society. We have long known that the two sides of the... View News Article (2004-03-02)


Study Indicates Vitamin A Plays Key Role in the Human Body
n a recently-published study mapping the structure and function of the so-called "orphan" nuclear receptor TR4, Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) investigators suggest that Vitamin A may play a more direct role than was previously known in certain physiological functions including sperm cell formation and the development of the central nervous system. View News Article (2011-03-18)


Journal of Neuroscience: Why evolutionarily ancient brain areas are important
Structures in the midbrain that developed early in evolution can be responsible for functions in newborns which in adults are taken over by the cerebral cortex. View News Article (2011-11-30)


Computerized training of working memory is a promising therapeutic strategy in ADHD
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a state of serious impairments in both learning ability and social functioning, is one of many labels for one of the most prevalent conditions in child psychiatry, and, undoubtedly, the most controversial, which partly persists into adulthood. View News Article (2007-10-15)


Scripps Research Scientists Find Anticonvulsant Drug Helps Marijuana Smokers Kick The Habit
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have found clinical evidence that the drug gabapentin, currently on the market to treat neuropathic pain and epilepsy, helps people to quit smoking marijuana (cannabis). View News Article (2012-04-25)


Not getting sleepy? Stanford research explains why hypnosis doesn't work for all
Not everyone is able to be hypnotized, and new research from the Stanford University School of Medicine shows how the brains of such people differ from those who can easily be. View News Article (2012-10-04)

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