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Article ID: 523955

Alaskan Storm Cracks Antarctic Iceberg

University of Chicago

A severe storm that occurred in the Gulf of Alaska in October 2005 generated an ocean swell that six days later broke apart a giant iceberg floating near the coast of Antarctica, more than 8,300 miles away. (AUDIO EMBEDDED)

Released:
2-Oct-2006 4:25 PM EDT

Article ID: 523750

The Link Between Breast Cancer and Osteoporosis

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

Powerful chemotherapy drugs and estrogen-blocking hormone treatments are highly effective in treating breast cancer. But in the process they may be putting women at risk of another disease: osteoporosis.

Released:
2-Oct-2006 8:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 523785

Salad Is Even Healthier Than You Thought

Kellen Communications

Eating just one salad a day provides even greater health benefits than previously thought, according to a study that examined salad consumption by more than 17,000 adults. The study, conducted by the UCLA School of Public Health and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, supported by The Association for Dressings & Sauces, revealed that those who eat salads and raw vegetables with salad dressing have considerably higher levels of vitamins C, E, B6, and folic acid. (VIDEO EMBEDDED)

Released:
28-Sep-2006 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 523843

Scientist Seeks to Improve Car Seat Safety for Children

University of Virginia

Chris Sherwood, a research scientist in the Center for Applied Biomechanics at the University of Virginia, is studying various child safety restraints (child car seats) and working to identify the factors that affect injury rates of children involved in car crashes. Preliminary findings show that leaving children in rear-facing seats until the age of 4 could lower injury rates by more than 50 percent. (VIDEO EMBEDDED)

Released:
28-Sep-2006 12:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 523796

Laboratory Hosts Open House in Honor of 60th Anniversary

Argonne National Laboratory

Science enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy the featured presentations that are part of Argonne National Laboratory's upcoming open house on Saturday, October 7. Demonstrations across Argonne's 1,500-acre site will include a discussion "“ with live piano examples "“ of "The Physics of the Blues". (VIDEO EMBEDDED)

Released:
26-Sep-2006 7:50 PM EDT

Article ID: 523799

Searching for an Unfriendly Face

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Maryland, ACAGI develop first portable video system capable of matching faces with known threats in real time.

Released:
26-Sep-2006 5:25 PM EDT

Article ID: 523778

Diversity is a Key To Reducing Racial Bias in Schools

University of Maryland, College Park

New research from the University of Maryland shows that children in a diverse school setting are less likely to use race when evaluating their peers. But even in a more homogeneous setting, there are many ways parents and teachers can help ensure students challenge racial stereotypes. (AUDIO EMBEDDED)

Released:
26-Sep-2006 4:35 PM EDT

Education

Article ID: 523768

Congress Designates Sept. 21 as Myositis Awareness Day

Myositis Association

With the help of myositis experts, members of congress, patients, families and international celebrity Fabio, The Myositis Association successfully petitioned Congress to designate a day of advocacy for this rare autoimmune disease. See Fabio's presentation about myositis available on video (embedded).

Released:
25-Sep-2006 8:20 PM EDT

Article ID: 523707

A New Approach to Heart Bypass Surgery Provides Patients with 'One-Stop Shopping'

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has become the first hospital in the region to offer a novel approach to cardiac surgery which doctors believe will change the standard of care for cardiovascular patients.

Released:
22-Sep-2006 5:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 523701

Professors Co-Author The Coaching Organization: A Strategy for Developing Leaders

Babson College

New book by Babson professors shows companies how to retain and engage employees with no-cost, low-cost ideas.

Released:
22-Sep-2006 11:15 AM EDT

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