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2014-07-23 23:16:23

On July 17, 2014, ABC News reported that Kelly Ripa spoke freely on Watch What Happens Live about her regular Botox injections. Dr. Simon Ourian of Epione Medical Corporation comments on Ms. Ripa’s remarks and offers his suggestions for skin care maintenance. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2014 As reported on July 17, 2014 by ABC News, Kelly Ripa replied to a caller request to name her favorite beauty products, “Botox, that’s pretty much it.” Ms. Ripa went on to say that...

2014-07-23 12:26:17

MUNICH, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Anatomist Gunther von Hagens, who is inextricably linked to contemporary artistic anatomy rendered through his science of Plastination, has charted a new course in anatomical art with his latest work, Cuts: Forays In Anatomical Art. The collection, which will be installed in the exhibition BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life now showing at Olympia Park in Munich, offers a penetrating and revelatory gaze at subterranean dimensions of materiality....

2014-07-21 23:08:01

Computer Systems Institute (CSI) in Gurnee will host a Marrow Donor Registry Drive to find potential donor matches for seven-year old Nyiah and others who live with diseases such as leukemia and sickle cell anemia. CSI students and other Gurnee residents are encouraged to register and find out whether they can make a life-saving match for one of the thousands of people currently waiting for bone marrow transplants. Gurnee, IL (PRWEB) July 21, 2014 Computer Systems Institute (CSI) will...

2014-07-21 20:22:14

CORALVILLE, Iowa, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- McCord Research, Inc. was recently granted a second US patent (U.S. Patent No. 8,796,315). This patent describes a method for accelerating wound closure to improve wound healing. According to the inventor, Dr. McCord, this method includes administering or transplanting to individuals who require wound healing, a composition of an effective amount of hydroxytyrosol and oleuropein and cells derived from umbilical cord blood, such that the...

2014-07-21 12:24:51

DANVERS, Mass., July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Scleroderma Foundation is preparing for 600 people from around the world to attend its National Patient Education Conference later this week in Southern California. This unique educational event will be held at the Anaheim Marriot Friday, July 25, through Sunday, July 27. The conference focuses on scleroderma, a mysterious, and sometimes fatal, autoimmune disease that causes a person's body to attack itself by creating too much...

2014-07-21 10:59:26

Massachusetts General Hospital Daily treatment with tesamorelin for six months lowered liver fat modestly but significantly The only drug to receive FDA approval for reduction of the abdominal fat deposits that develop in some patients receiving antiviral therapy for HIV infection may also reduce the incidence of fatty liver disease in such patients. In a paper that will appear in the July 23/28 issue of JAMA – a theme issue on HIV/AIDS receiving early online release to coincide with...

2014-07-21 09:52:36

Washington University in St. Louis New research provides an intriguing glimpse into the processes that establish connections between nerve cells in the brain. These connections, or synapses, allow nerve cells to transmit and process information involved in thinking and moving the body. Reporting online in Neuron, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified a group of proteins that program a common type of brain nerve cell to connect with another...

2014-07-20 23:02:23

Just For Men Lawsuit Filed By Wright & Schulte LLC Alleges New Jersey Man Suffered Severe Skin Reactions, Including Cellulitis, and that Defendants Did Not Adequately Warn Against the Negative Effects and Risks Associated with Just For Men Products. Columbus, OH (PRWEB) July 20, 2014 Wright & Schulte LLC, together with their co-counsel, announces that they have filed a Just For Men lawsuit on behalf of a New Jersey man who suffered a severe reaction, including cellulitis,...

supernumerary robotic fingers MIT
2014-07-20 05:32:27

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a wrist-mounted robotic device that could allow people to complete tasks like removing a bottle cap or twisting a screwdriver using a single hand. The unit has been called the “supernumerary robotic fingers” device and according to the developers, it enhances the human hand’s natural grasping motion. It is worn around the wrist and essentially...

2014-07-19 23:00:07

ResearchMoz.us include new market research report "United States Non-Vascular Stents Market Outlook to 2020" to its huge collection of research reports. Full report at http://www.researchmoz.us/united-states-non-vascular-stents-market-outlook-to-2020-report.html. Albany, NewYork (PRWEB) July 20, 2014 United States Non-Vascular Stents Market Outlook to 2020 Summary GlobalDatas new report, "United States Non-Vascular Stents Market Outlook to 2020", provides key market...


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Cerebellum
2013-07-29 09:48:00

The cerebellum is a section of the brain that is most in charge of cognitive functions and motor skills. Formation and Orientation The cerebellum can be found at the bottom of the brain behind the pons and below that cerebral cortex under a layer of dura mater. It is considered as a part of the "hindbrain". The cerebellum is anatomically divided into two separate hemispheres, marked by the 'vermis', a small midline zone between the left and right hemispheres. But three lobes can be...

Midbrain
2013-07-25 15:13:23

The midbrain, also known as the mesencephalon is the part of the brain most responsible for vision, motor control, arousal, temperature regulation, alertness and hearing. Formation and Orientation The midbrain is found under the cerebral cortex and above the hindbrain. The mesencephalon is not divided into any other portions of the brain unlike the other two vesicles that stem from the neural tube. There are four separate lobes on the side of the cerebral aqueduct within the...

Duodenal Atresia
2013-07-19 15:38:56

Duodenal atresia is a congenital closure of the lumen of the duodenum, which is the first portion of the small intestine and is separated from the stomach by the pyloric sphincter. During fetal development, the duodenum develops from the posterior portion of the foregut and the anterior portion of the midgut. The liver and pancreas originate from the diverticulum arising from the ventral part of the duodenum, and the bile duct runs along the ventral free side of the duodenum. Rotation and...

Marfan's Syndrome
2013-07-19 15:22:33

Marfan's syndrome is a genetic disorder of the connective tissue that causes excessively tall stature and long extremities. It is carried by the gene FBN1, which encodes the connective protein fibrillin-1, and is a dominant trait. The human genetic makeup contains a pair of FBN1 genes, so because of its dominance, inheriting one affected FBN1 gene from either parent will result in Marfan's syndrome. It effects both males and females, and has no ethnic bias. It was named after Antoine Marfan,...

Muscle
2013-04-30 14:32:22

Muscle is soft tissue that is filled with protein filaments that manipulates the shape of a cell which can help with posture, movement and functions of other organs in the body such as the lungs and heart as well as the digestive tract. Formation and Orientation There are three different types of muscle tissues; skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. Skeletal muscle is used to hold together and monitor skeletal movements. Posture is mainly controlled by skeletal muscles located along...

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