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... for Genetics and Society, a pro-stem cell research group that opposed Proposition 71, the state ballot initiative that formed CIRM. Last December, CIRM's former chairman, Robert Klein, who used his fortune ...
... expansion of the cerebral spinal fluid space surrounding the optic nerve, 22 percent had flattening of the rear of the eyeball, 15 percent had bulging of the optic nerve, and 11 percent had changes in ...
... cerebral spinal fluid space surrounding the optic nerve of nine of the astronauts, a flattening of the rear of the eyeball in six, a bulging of the optic nerve in four, and changes in the pituitary gland ...
...  thinking that way is Doug English. He was a defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions back in the 1970s and '80s. "My football career was ended with a neck injury," English says. "I'm very fortunate it ...
... been immunised. Some of the children try, and fail, to suck off the ink because they want to get another toy - some stickers, a balloon or pencil - as a reward for coming to the booth. There are 7,000 ...
... volleyball for more than 30 years. That sometimes makes it difficult to get up and down on floor mats while helping patients with treatment. "It's kind of embarrassing working with patients and you have ...
... while it heals. As all this is happening, the brain also sends messages to the spinal cord that can amplify or dampen the pain. For example, a football player might jam his knee, but barely notice amid ...
... difficulties Eighteen-year-old Alex Williams fondly remembers playing football with his friends in the playground and enjoying the hurly-burly of... 3 December 2011 Last updated at 19:03 ...
... waters of the Caribbean. But Tadzio Bervoets, chief of St. Maarten's Nature Foundation, said nearly half of the football-sized lionfish captured in local waters were found to have a biotoxin that can lead ...
... his Georgia home with birthday balloons, just days after his 16th birthday. Zayas, who relies heavily on his faith, shows del Valle his rosary... Dr. Carlos Zayas talks with Isaac del Valle at the ...
... his Georgia home with birthday balloons, just days after his 16th birthday. Zayas, who relies heavily on his faith, shows del Valle his rosary... Dr. Carlos Zayas talks with Isaac del Valle at the ...
... in his wheelchair, the robot arm bolted to a steel rod nearby. The task: make the arm reach out to grasp a ball mounted on a board. The arm whirs forward, then stops, then goes again, then suddenly pulls ...
... even the tools that we use in our daily routines. So our cars, our baseball bats, our soccer balls, everything that we use as a tool becomes part of us for the brain. So we think that part of this - the ...
... Berger said, the study will include about 1,400 people, aged 45 to 59, and divided into three groups. The first group will be retired N.F.L. players; the second will be people who played college football ...
... age 65. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia, and it a causes significant memory and thinking problems. There is no cure. Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach Pat Summitt, who announced her diagnosis ...
... team physician for the New York Giants football team. Perry still wears a back brace sometimes now on the campaign trail, but he wasn't available for an interview Thursday. On July 12, less than two ...
... the area generally known as the core. The same volunteers then completed a battery of physical performance tests, including leaping off the ground while tossing a medicine ball backward over the head and ...
18. Going for gold
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... it just put the ball in my court to give it a 110%, which I did." Even those who knew him best, and were familiar with his mental resolve, were impressed with the speed of his recovery. "His focus was ...
... useful for the elderly, who are often poor candidates for surgery. Dr. Fishman said he successfully treated a former basketball player, who responded immediately, and a 40-year-old magazine photographer ...
... day-lengths get shorter as you go further north or south from the equator. "We found that as light levels decrease, humans are getting bigger eye sockets, which suggests that their eyeballs are getting ...
... basketball and rugby. Carol Friedman and Rachelle's 32-year-old brother help her during the week while Chapman is at work. Besides paralysis, Friedman deals with nerve pain and blood pressure problems. ...
To the Editor: Re ā€œThe Claim: A tennis ball on the back of pajamas can cut snoringā€ (Really?, July 12): The tennis ball does work, but it takes more than one. Several years ago, after a night ...