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High-dose opiates could crack chronic pain : Nature News & Comment - 0 views

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    Has a cheap and effective treatment for chronic pain been lying under clinicians' noses for decades? Researchers have found that a very high dose of an opiate drug that uses the same painkilling pathways as morphine can reset the nerve signals associated with continuous pain - at least in rats.

    If confirmed in humans, the procedure could reduce or eliminate the months or years that millions of patients spend on pain-managing prescription drugs. The results of the study are described today in Science1.
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BBC News - Animal's genetic code redesigned - 0 views

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    Researchers say they have created the first ever animal with artificial information in its genetic code.

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BBC News - Mum's stress is passed to baby in the womb - 1 views

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    Babies born to mothers who were stressed during pregnancy grow up less able to cope with stress themselves, researchers believe.
Janos Haits

Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment & Technology - 4 views

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    Roll over headlines to view top news summaries:
    Making Skinny Worms Fat and Fat Worms Skinny
    'Exploratory' Butterflies Genetically Different
    Spiders Target Insects' Mate-Luring Signals
    Huge Natural Arch Found In Afghanistan
    Warm Water For Cold Winters in Northeast
    Ocean and River Water for Electricity
    Blood-Testing Device Can Spot Cancer, HIV
    Continuing Winter Ice Loss in Arctic Sea
    Plants Optimize Before Spinning Off New Species
    Hidden Code Reveals Brain Activity
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Light at Night Creates Changes in Brain Related to Depression | Psych Central News - 0 views

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    Exposure to even a dim night-time light may cause physical changes in the brain linked to depression, according to an Ohio State University hamster study.

Walid Damouny

If influenza was a stock, I wouldn't touch it. - 0 views

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    If influenza was a stock, I wouldn't touch it. PETER GROSS, chief medical officer at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, responding to a White House report that warned a resurgence of swine flu - or H1N1 - could kill 30,000 to 90,000 Americans this fall
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    PETER GROSS, chief medical officer at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, responding to a White House report that warned a resurgence of swine flu - or H1N1 - could kill 30,000 to 90,000 Americans this fall
Charles Daney

Comet Dust Harbors Life's Building Blocks / Science News - 0 views

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    Extraterrestrial source confirmed for comet's amino acids
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