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... Before the blast, he drifted. He spent a lot of his free time playing video games. Like many soldiers, he was more concerned with figuring out how to cope from one deployment to the next than with finding ...
... with these families going over what the process is going to be, how is it going to play out, what the sequence that we just discussed is going to be, and precisely get them to understand that. And if the ...
... of itself and tapping other players to carry on its work. "The goal is to keep the momentum going," board Chairman Jonathan Thomas said in an interview. So far, CIRM has spent some $1.3 billion on infrastructure ...
... to play. EPFL's Dr Stephanie Lacour shows the BBC around her lab and describes what flexible electronics could do A new... 14 March 2012 Last updated at 03:49 ET By ...
...  Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and the committee chair. “This committee will play an important role working with federal agencies spearheading pain research. I am pleased ...
... 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 ...
... study shows that they can play a large role in their own care.” Read more http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=aef89c1c3b1b19ca13861843a4c8dd1c  ...
... sketch. "Whether I was paralyzed or not, I would draw, because drawing for me is like playing the piano," he said. "You've got to keep practicing, got to keep doing it. It's not that you lose it, but you ...
... in some way to start the development of MS. "We welcome any research that clarifies the interplay between these factors. This is another step towards finding ways to reduce the risk of developing MS, but ...
... as RNA, the information stored on a gene’s DNA is eventually translated to make a protein.  Proteins are complex molecules that play a number of roles.  Some of these proteins, known as transcription ...
... 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 ...
... skate blade, which severed his nose. He dropped to his knees while his blood formed a large puddle on the ice. He then rose and attempted to play peacemaker while three fights broke out simultaneously. ...
... millions of dollars. So, in a significant way, Geron has played an important role by forging this pathway of regulatory hurdles. So I think for future companies that come in, the FDA will know how to deal ...
... and perhaps it's a way to make it a bit more pleasant. SIEGEL: Did you find in your research that if you just told people I'm now going to play you the sound of fingernails scraping on a blackboard that ...
... requires JavaScript to play. New bionic legs, designed by two Scottish school friends, help wheelchair user Elena Bertoldo to walk Bi... 7 November 2011 Last updated at ...
... there trying to emulate professional athletes,” he says. “You see these very young athletes playing sports at an extremely intense, competitive level. Kids didn’t play at that level 20 years ago. They ...
... listen again on the BBC iPlayer or by downloading the 5 live Investigates podcast. Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/int/news/-/news/health-15187776  ...
... before she was given a diagnosis of cancer. “That’s Larry’s character’s way of dealing with life,” said Vivica A. Fox, who played Loretta and who said she had no qualms about the material. “He’s ...
... to broadcast these signals, these brain-drive signals, the brain - the monkeys really can be freely moving and actually enjoy playing with the video games. They actually have a lot of pleasure playing ...
... unproductive and even destructive. Selflessness gone awry may play a role in a broad variety of disorders, including anorexia and animal hoarding, women who put up with abusive partners and men ...
... at the University of California San Francisco, said Monday that he and the N.F.L.’s subcommittee on former players and long-term effects of brain and spine injury had been holding conference calls regarding ...
... a shredding company. He was so tired he couldn't play with his three children. He was too weak to pick up his youngest child. He couldn't even open a Ziploc bag. Harada hoped the treatment would help, ...
... It's a perfect illustration of how this working mom (of 2-year-old Charlotte) and wife (of nine years, to Freddie Prinze Jr.) manages both sides of her life. Much like the twins she plays on TV, she has ...
... It's a perfect illustration of how this working mom (of 2-year-old Charlotte) and wife (of nine years, to Freddie Prinze Jr.) manages both sides of her life. Much like the twins she plays on TV, she has ...
... in doing it." Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Dr Edwin van Asseldonk explains what LOPES can do Petra Hes is one of those testing the device. ...
... also comes into play here, as with any therapy -- sometimes, just believing strongly that a treatment will heal you actually does change your body, even if that "treatment" isn't actually doing anything. ...
... also comes into play here, as with any therapy -- sometimes, just believing strongly that a treatment will heal you actually does change your body, even if that "treatment" isn't actually doing anything. ...
... to play. Prof James Bainbridge, from Moorfields Eye Hospital, explains the procedure. Footage courtesy of ACT. Doctors at... 22 September 2011 Last updated at 10:48 ET ...
Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. 31 August 2011 Last updated at 08:46 ET Help ... Please turn ...
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