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Potentially impacting future diagnosis and treatment of lupus, an immune illness affecting more than 5 million people worldwide.
Only 17 states have submitted more than 1,000 mental health records to database, and more than 1.5 million records are estimated to be missing New state laws enacted to improve submission of records to National Instant Background Check System (NICS) in the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre appear to be working WASHINGTON, Jan.
People with addictions to stimulants tend to choose instant gratification or a smaller but sooner reward over a future benefit, even if the future reward is greater.
To look at far off galaxies and ozone destruction closer to Earth.
Members of Congress, Kennedy Family Members and Others Join Daniel Hernandez in Supporting Mayors' Plan to Fix the National Gun Background Check System Full Plan Available at www.FixGunChecks.org NEW YORK, Jan.
In the first phase of a more than two-year study funded by InterDigital, Virginia Tech researchers have made great strides in the development of more reliable and efficient spectrum sensing techniques that will be needed to meet the ever-expanding demand for wireless technologies.
Failure Leaves More than a Million Mental Health Records Out and Allows Dangerous People to Buy Firearms Firearms Policy Experts and Virginia Tech Massacre Family Members Available for Interview NEW YORK, Jan.
Just as raging hormones are part of the process of a child's maturation through the teen years to adulthood, juvenile hormones, a group of insect isoprenoids, play an important role as butterflies, fruit flies and mosquitoes transform their body structures as they molt from larva to pupa and then adults.
A new genetic biomarker that indicates an increased risk for developing breast cancer can be found in an individual's "junk" (non-coding) DNA.
As the US policy makers renew emphasis on the use of nuclear energy in their efforts to reduce the country's oil dependence, other factors come into play.
- A mania for the use of printing-types; a strong propensity to write for publication.