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Thick gravel, mud, snow, steep ramps or hills . . . They might get a pedestrian a little dirty or out of breath, but to someone in an electric wheelchair, they could mean terrain that's simply too difficult to cross alone.
Used in the proper amounts, it can make teeth stronger and aid in the treatment of osteoporosis.
American Heart Association Honors Legendary Florida State College Football Coach at 25th Annual Awards Ceremony on Jan. 18, 2011 HOUSTON, Oct.
Beating the flu has always been tough, but it has gotten even more difficult in recent years.
No matter how you slice it, watermelon has a lot going for it â€“â€“ sweet, low calorie, high fiber, nutrient rich â€“â€“ and now, there's more.
Using a combination of high-powered computers and advanced experimental magnetic resonance data, a Florida State University biophysical chemist has developed techniques that improve the way scientists can study and predict the structure and dynamics of proteins found in the human body.
A study by two Florida State University biochemists makes an important contribution to science's understanding of a serious problem causing concern worldwide: the growing resistance of some harmful bacteria to the drugs that were intended to kill them.
In recent human trials for a promising new class of drug designed to target the hepatitis C virus (HCV) without shutting down the immune system, some of the HCV strains being treated exhibited signs of drug resistance.
We've all heard the saying about people who can't walk and chew gum at the same time, but it turns out that walking and talking is difficult enough, especially for people with Parkinson's disease who are at increased risk for falls with injury.
The academic performance of adolescents will suffer in at least one of four key subjects â€“â€“ English, math, science, history â€“â€“ if their DNA contains one or more of three specific dopamine gene variations.
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