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... at Fort Sill in Oklahoma, he was introduced to the science and thinking behind this psychological change. “It’s given it a name,” Beltran said, “and has enhanced my personal development.” The name for ...
... 12 times higher among those born outside the United States. Tuberculosis is caused by germs spread through the air from person to person. It typically affects the lungs, but can also target other organs ...
Copyright © 2012 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. I'm Terry Gross. My guest, ...
... personal sympathy for the veterans." He added: "It must be bad enough for the nine veterans, and the other claimants, to learn that they have lost this final round, but to learn that they have lost by ...
... new technique may eventually have a broader application in people, Bittner says. "If you could get it to work on peripheral nerves, it might then be applied to spinal nerves," he says Another person ...
... he was also deluged with dozens of personal injury stories that included strokes and ruptured discs. Among them was that of a 39-year-old man who said in an e-mail that he’d “always been very active,” ...
... infectious viral disease which affects the central nervous system There are three strains of wild polio virus - type 2 has been eliminated in the wild It is passed from person to person via ...
... said Potts, also a spokesperson for the American Academy of Neurology. "The best possible thing we could get out of this would be that we could do something about it. But there's not enough data to ...
... stretching and strengthening exercises during the week helps keep muscles strong and limber. Landel knows that from personal experience. He's 53 and has painful tendinitis in both knees from playing ...
... of the A.L.S. Association, remembered Dr. Olney “not only as a courageous person with A.L.S., but someone who was an outstanding clinician and scientist who made major contributions both for patients and ...
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Copyright © 2012 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. IRA FLATOW, HOST: Up next, mindfulness. Ever find yourself going ...
... use, bone density at the hip, and whether the person has broken a bone after age 50, an especially important indicator. Nearly half who break a hip already had already broken another bone, Dr. Siris said. ...
... use, bone density at the hip, and whether the person has broken a bone after age 50, an especially important indicator. Nearly half who break a hip already had already broken another bone, Dr. Siris said. ...
... has sparked an Internet uproar. Whether a person with a mental disability qualifies for an organ transplant is a decision made on a case-by-case basis, based on that patient's health, experts say. On Thursday, ...
... Black, I’d been told, was the person to speak with if you wanted to know not about the virtues of yoga but rather about the damage it could do. Many of his regular clients came to him for bodywork or rehabilitation ...
... in Cambridge, is the recipient of a CBE. Julie Moore, chief executive of University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust becomes a Dame. Her personal involvement in the development and staffing of ...
... with larger handles, so it's easier for a person to hoist themselves to stand. A bedside cabinet has a rounded edge and two-way drawer to access items from both sides. Graves has employees of his company ...
... evidence for effectiveness and no evidence of cost-effectiveness," it stated. A spokesperson for NHS Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire said the committee "cannot prohibit prescribing but will form a recommendation ...
... human brain, however, that has seen the most exhilarating leaps. In some cases, older technologies are offering up new secrets; PET scans, for instance, capture neurons reacting when a person is under ...
... and subjected their left hands to thermal pain—enough to hurt, but not to harm them. When the students focused on a photograph of the person they l... Neuroscientists at Stanford University School of ...
... energy reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle, for more. Copyright © 2011 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. MELISSA ...
... and emotional recovery, follows a decision he made earlier this year whose implications could extend well beyond his personal healing. While working on a fund-raiser for the Tomorrows Children’s ...
... of Pediatrics. Acupuncture is a treatment that is said to have originated in China thousands of years ago. In Eastern medicine, acupuncture is believed to open the channels where a person's Qi (pronounced ...
... costly health care. Although some Web sites do not accept such personal appeals (Ms. Haley’s was rejected by the first site she tried), dozens of health-oriented campaigns have appeared on IndieGoGo in ...
... done "I feel like we finally arrived," says the surgeon who invented a key structure Atlanta (CNN) -- A 50-year-old man from Trion, Georgia, is the first person to be injected with stem cells in the upper ...
... done "I feel like we finally arrived," says the surgeon who invented a key structure Atlanta (CNN) -- A 50-year-old man from Trion, Georgia, is the first person to be injected with stem cells in the upper ...
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... they hear it. Copyright © 2011 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. ROBERT SIEGEL, host: A warning now, the following ...
... better, van Deursen's team found. Senescent cells are limited in number, making only up to 15 percent of cells in an elderly person, for example. To eliminate them in the mice, the researchers focused ...
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