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Spinal cord

The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that descends through the bottom of the skull from the base of the brain (brainstem) and descends to the bottom of the spine, where it thins, and becomes the ca...

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Clark Kent's Glasses Aided His Anonymity

Slightly altering one’s appearance—even with glasses—can indeed hinder facial recognition by others. Erika Beras reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Energy-saving data glasses

Data glasses mirror information to the eye without interfering with the wearer‘s vision, report researchers.

Global trade in African grey parrots banned

Delegates at a global wildlife conference on Sunday voted to ban international trade in African grey parrots, one of the world's most trafficked birds.

Drivers Wearing Telescopic Glasses Seem to Know Their Limits

Motorists with central visual defects who are licensed to drive with telescopic glasses tend to stick close to home, especially if their vision is limited, new research indicates. Medscape Medical N...

Penn State Collaborates With OPEN MINDS To Help Students Understand Evolving Managed Care ...

Penn State Harrisburg & Penn State University (Main Campus) Enlist OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Brandon Danz, MHA, MPA, To Guest Lecture Health Administration Majors GETTYSBURG, Read more...

Wear glasses to reduce dry eye

I read with interest your Focus dry eye supplement in the August issue of The Pharmaceutical Journal. Wearing spectacles would probably help most patients suffering from dry eye. I have found that cit...

David Glahn given the ACNP Joel Elkes Research Award

(American College of Neuropsychopharmacology) Professor of psychiatry and Co-Director of the Division on Neurocognition, Neurocomputation and Neurogenetics at Yale University School of Medicine as the...

Do you really need eight glasses a day?

For the first time, the mechanism that regulates fluid intake in the human body and stops us from over-drinking has been revealed by researchers. Over-drinking can cause potentially fatal water intoxi...

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Vivid Manifestation of Nonergodicity in Glassy Propylene Carbonate at High Pressures.

Since glasses are nonergodic systems, their properties should depend not only on the external macroparameters P and Т, but also on the time of observation and on the thermobaric history. In this work...

Effect on falls of providing single lens distance vision glasses to multifocal glasses wearers: VISIBLE randomised controlled trial.

Cullen Sign and Grey Turner Sign Revisited.

Cullen sign and Grey Turner sign, named after Thomas Stephen Cullen, MB, and George Grey Turner, MBBS, respectively, are signs of abdominal wall hemorrhage and are generally associated with acute panc...

Effect of Variable Oxidation States of Vanadium on Structural, Optical and Dielectric Properties of B2O3-Li2O-ZnO-V2O5 Glasses.

In the present study, the effect of variable vanadium oxidation states on structural, optical and dielectric properties of vanadium oxide containing lithium borate glasses has been investigated. The e...

Corkscrew Seals: Grey Seal (Halichoerus grypus) Infanticide and Cannibalism May Indicate the Cause of Spiral Lacerations in Seals.

Large numbers of dead seals with characteristic spiral lesions have been washing ashore around the North Atlantic over the past two decades. Interactions with ship propellers and shark predation have ...

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