Archive Issues2007, July

Science News

Brain Connectivity Linked to Susceptibility to Peer Pressure
Accelerated Brain Loss Documented in Bipolar Disease
Natural Selection Saves Majestic Butterfly
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Gaining Legitimacy
Chemotherapy Better than Radiation for Children with Cancer
Study May Lead to New Therapies for Neurodegenerative Disease
Lymph Nodes Hold Clues to Esophageal Cancer Recovery
Stem Cell Therapy for Type I Diabetes
Osteoarthritis Slows Recovery Following Knee Surgery
Studying DNA Damage Through the Generations
Tumor Paint’ Illuminates Cancer Cells
Prior Brain Tumors Affect School Performance
Stem cells aid Parkinson’s in primates, but only temporarily
Internal Clock and Light Exposure Regulate Plant Growth
Insect Cyborg Sentinels
Corn Syrup No Worse than Sucrose, Study Shows
Genetically Thin? CD38 enzyme is necessary for diet-induced obesity
Does Older Mean Smarter?
Buddhist techniques still hold value in modern day neuroscience
First Baby Created From Lab-Matured Egg
New Treatment Punches Holes in Tumors
Scientists find new language between nervous system cells
Analyze This! Anger Helps Decision Making
Pay Taxes – Be Happy
Newspapers Lend Support to Organ Transplantation
Frog Egg Cells May Provide the “Magic Bullet” for Destroying Brain Tumors
Studying Mutant Mice through Mutant Non-Gene DNA
Body’s Largest Organ Artificially Produced
Ranking System Determines Landslide Risk
What To Do When Preventative Measures Cause Harm: New Developments with Vaccines
Bacterial Protein Presents Clues to Treating Cancer

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