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27-Aug-2008 Hope for those with Parkinson's
A Department of Energy program that opens some of the world's most powerful computers to researchers around the globe has generated a promising lead for a Parkinson's disease treatment.
15-Jun-2007 Brain 3D mapping to combat neurodegenerative disease
Wanda felt a jolt of frustration run through
her when her husband forgot to meet her at
the clubhouse after their round of golf. How many times had this happened lately? It was becoming an embarrassment.
22-Mar-2007 An ounce of prevention
When you think about it, Americans go to great
lengths to be healthy these days. This generation is far
more knowledgeable about the benefits of a healthy
lifestyle than generations past. In addition to paying
attention to diet and exercise, many regularly take
precautions to avoid illness and disease. Today, taking
vitamin supplements, eating foods rich in antioxidants and
applying sunscreen are almost as commonplace
as brushing teeth in the morning. After all, an
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
22-Mar-2007 Biomarkers -- Transforming human health and the environment
it in the news
Anthrax discovered in the mail… SARs outbreak…
Norovirus outbreak… Potential for an avian flu
pandemic looms… Obesity and diabetes threaten
Americans' health… Demand for water on the
rise, while water quality falls. What do they have
The Department of Energy's Office of Science is the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States and is working to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time.