Molecule makes flies do nothing but eat and sleep. Brandeis University. Scientists are unraveling the complicated relationship between food and sleep by studying a single molecular function in fruit flies. In the October issue of the journal Neuron, researchers report that sNPF, a neuropeptide long known to regulate food intake and metabolism, is also an important component in regulating and promoting sleep
CRM in Pharmaceutical Sector: Meeting the Challenges of Changing Healthcare Environment #healthcare #market #research http://pharma.remmont.com/crm-in-pharmaceutical-sector-meeting-the-challenges-of-changing-healthcare-environment-healthcare-market-research/ #crm for pharma # CRM in Pharmaceutical Sector: Meeting the Challenges of Changing Healthcare Environment References Global pressures force Pharma Industry to re-think role, priorities of IT, says Datamonitor…
Mammograms: Who Needs Them? As doctors and researchers heatedly debate the value of mammograms, women are left wondering what to do. Read what the experts have to say in the October issue of Prevention magazine.
What are placebos really made of?- - -A Ground breaking discovery was made that found by researchers at the University of California. who later published their findings in the October issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine.The researchers reviewed 167 placebo-controlled trials published in peer-reviewed medical journals in 2008-2009 and found that 92 percent of those trials never gave in detail the ingredients of their placebo pills…
Favorite music makes teens drive badly: Teen driver music preferences increase errors and distractibility
Teens listening to their preferred music while driving commit a greater number of errors and miscalculations, according to a new study from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers that will be published in the October issue of Accident Analysis and Prevention.
In addition to finding nicotine in hair samples from 35 of the mummies, spanning a range of years, the researchers also found smoking pipes. Overall, the results, which will be detailed in the October issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, suggest nicotine consumption in pre-Hispanic SPA occurred continuously for hundreds of years and was performed by people of all social statuses and wealth.
Boy bitten by a viper, receives treatment at the Central Research Institute in Kasauli (Indian Himalayas). The Instiut was engaged in manufacturing antidotes for both military and civilian use. On the left in the picture is the boy's father with a dead snake, which he had brought for identification. The picture was published in the October issue of National Geographic for 1943.
A new scientific study shows that eating cheese may actually increase how much someone likes the wine they are drinking. The study, published in the October issue of the Journal of Food Science, used a new sensory evaluation method and found consuming cheese while drinking wine impacted the description and preference of different wines.#Wine #Cheese #Pairing