Nicola Sturgeon crowns herself empress of La-la land
Like a victorious empress dictating terms to a defeated enemy, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon spells out her demands to the Westminster Government. First, she wants a brake on austerity, with favourable treatment for Scotland to minimise the ...
May 27, 2015
How to Choose a Reliable Emergency Radio (and Some Good Ones to Buy)
If you plan to communicate with others, you may want one, but if the primary purpose of your emergency radio is to be a power-sipping connection to the outside world in an emergency, consider a standalone AM/FM receiver. Midland WR120EZ NOAA ...
September 29, 2014
Electronic pill that helps you slim by tricking your tummy
This magnetic patch is worn round the clock and holds the smart pill in place. When it senses muscle contractions that tell it food is entering the stomach, the pill begins to transmit signals along the nerve to the brain to dampen down appetite. The ...
May 19, 2015
The less you sleep, the more you EAT, Journal of Health Psychology reports
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June 2, 2015
Kisspeptin could fight infertility, diabetes and make IVF even safer
A recently discovered hormone that occurs naturally in the human body is being studied as a potential treatment for health problems including infertility and diabetes - it could also be used to make IVF even safer for the women involved. The hormone ...
May 26, 2015
Ovarian cancer drug row: 'Breakthrough' treatment won't be available on the ...
Experts have called for a fundamental re-think of the way cancer drugs are paid for in Britain, after a revolutionary medication was refused NHS funding. Olaparib – a new drug which extends the lives of ovarian cancer patients by an average 11 months ...
June 1, 2015
Solar eclipse creates twilight zone
Other good vantage points included parts of the West Country and Midlands, and eastern Scotland around Edinburgh. A few sky-watchers were In overcast London, the eclipse began at 8.24am, and reached its maximum extent at 9.31am. For observers in ...
March 20, 2015
Like a victorious empress dictating terms to a defeated enemy, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon spells out her demands to the Westminster Government. First, she wants a brake on austerity, with favourable treatment for Scotland to minimise the impact of any cuts. Oh, and third, she wants a guarantee that if Scots vote to remain in the EU, the whole UK will have to stay – even if the referendum results in an overall majority for pulling out. But before she crowns herself Nicola the Great of La-la land, shouldn’t somebody tell her a few home truths. For one, Scotland is an integral part of the UK, in which its people voted only last September to remain. She might also reflect that her party polled a mere 4. 7 per cent of this month’s national vote (less than half Ukip’s 12. 6 per cent) – hardly a resounding mandate to lay down the law to Mr Cameron. As for protecting Scotland from cuts, this week it emerged that public spending north of the border is already £1,600 per head higher than in England.
Emergency radios come in all sizes and shapes, and if you don't look closely, you might think they're a commodity—that you can grab any one and be prepared for an emergency. Stick to the Basics : Most people will need a radio that will deliver NOAA alerts and other warnings to them, so before you spend a ton of money on a two-way or shortwave radio, consider whether you'll need those other bands. If you plan to communicate with others, you may want one, but if the primary purpose of your emergency radio is to be a power-sipping connection to the outside world in an emergency, consider a standalone AM/FM receiver. The AM is important: NOAA alerts are sent via AM radio, and while you may be able to use your radio to tune into local FM stations, if the disaster is severe, you may not be able to, and the longer range of AM radio will be required to get... The Public Alert sticker in particular however notes that the radio meets specific technical standards, including the ability to receive area specific alerts, hear a tone before an alert comes through, and plug in external devices, like lights for...
An electronic pill that tricks the brain into thinking the stomach is full could help tackle obesity. A gastric pacemaker is an implant that is surgically placed in the stomach and wired to the vagus nerve. This nerve carries signals from the stomach to the hypothalamus, the area of the brain responsible for regulating appetite. The pacemaker has a sensor that detects when food is entering the stomach. It then fires low-level electrical pulses into the vagus nerve to fool the brain into thinking the stomach has no more room. Gastric pacemakers cost around £10,000 and are usually reserved for patients who don't respond to dieting, or who aren't suitable for more drastic gastric bypass surgery. A powerful magnetic patch is then applied to the skin to draw the pill into position over the site where the vagus nerve runs through the abdomen - near the top of the stomach just under the breastbone. This magnetic patch is worn round the clock and holds the smart pill in place.
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