Posts Tagged ‘ study ’

Alzheimer Drug Semagacestat Development Halted By Lilly

Aug 17th, 2010 | By healthnews

Editor’s ChoiceMain Category: Alzheimer’s / Dementia Article Date: 17 Aug 2010 – 9:00 PDT email to a friend   printer friendly   view / write opinions <!–   rate article As preliminary results of Phase III clinical trials showed no benefits regarding Alzheimer’s disease progression, and some worsening of symptoms, Eli Lilly & Co.
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Antagonistic People Have Higher Risk Of Stroke And Heart Attack Due To Artery Thickening

Aug 17th, 2010 | By healthnews

Featured ArticleMain Category: Cardiovascular / Cardiology Also Included In: Stroke;  Heart Disease;  Psychology / Psychiatry Article Date: 17 Aug 2010 – 8:00 PDT email to a friend   printer friendly   view / write opinions <!–   rate article New research suggests that antagonistic people, and especially those who are manipulative and aggressive, have a higher risk
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Women Who Drink Beer Regularly More Likely To Develop Psoriasis

Aug 17th, 2010 | By healthnews

Editor’s ChoiceMain Category: Eczema / Psoriasis Also Included In: Alcohol / Addiction / Illegal Drugs;  Dermatology;  Women’s Health / Gynecology Article Date: 16 Aug 2010 – 13:00 PDT email to a friend   printer friendly   view / write opinions <!–   rate article Women who drink beer regularly seem to have a higher risk of developing
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Phil Angelides’ Unusual Book Deal

Aug 17th, 2010 | By businessnews

Publishing Congress’ study of what caused the Great Recession, the FCIC’s chairman asks: “Why shouldn’t the taxpayers make some money?” By Ashley Lutz Browse Issues Browse the BusinessWeek Archive (Corrects first paragraph to make clear the deal has yet to be signed.) The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which Phil
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China military gaining on Taiwan, aiming beyond: US

Aug 16th, 2010 | By admin

China is working on the longer-range precision missile, but probably needs more work on the technical infrastructure to put the weapon into use, an official who helped draft the report said on condition of anonymity. Japan and Vietnam, which both have historic tensions with China, have reported rising incidents with China’s military in recent months.
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Informal work networks new form of inequality: study

Aug 16th, 2010 | By lifestylenews

By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK | Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:26pm EDT NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Informal networks at work are fostering inequality and preventing women from advancing their careers and breaking through the glass ceiling, according to new research. Professor Gail McGuire, of Indiana University South Bend, found that women do not get
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PhoCusWright’s European Consumer Travel Report Explores Key Trends and Indicators Impacting Consumer Travel in Europe

Aug 16th, 2010 | By travelnews

As European travel companies advance from recession into recovery, it is critical for them to stay attuned to the trends shaping consumer sentiment and decision-making. How confident are consumers about the upcoming year? What trends are common across European markets, and where do travelers differ? In a comprehensive research study, travel industry research authority PhoCusWright
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Being online can boost your chances of being in love

Aug 16th, 2010 | By lifestylenews

NEW YORK | Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:06pm EDT NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – People who have Internet access at home are more likely to be in a relationship, with the Web gaining in importance as a meeting place for those seeking love, according to U.S. research. Researchers from Stanford University said the Internet is
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Can Computers Pick the Next Big Thing?

Aug 16th, 2010 | By businessnews

They can, to a point—but human interaction can’t be reduced to algorithms By Barrett Sheridan Browse Issues Browse the BusinessWeek Archive In the early 2000s, a handful of entrepreneurs became convinced that machines could mimic human taste and effectively predict popularity. This was a revolutionary notion, suggesting that the
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Childhood Memories Of Father Have Lasting Impact On Men’s Ability To Handle Stress

Aug 15th, 2010 | By healthnews

Editor’s ChoiceMain Category: Psychology / Psychiatry Also Included In: Men’s health;  Pediatrics / Children’s Health;  Anxiety / Stress Article Date: 15 Aug 2010 – 0:00 PDT email to a friend   printer friendly   view / write opinions <!–   rate article Sons who have fond childhood memories of their fathers are more likely to be emotionally
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