2005 Research

12.27.2005
Common Gene Increases Prostate Cancer Risk
12.27.2005
Some Women at Greater Risk for Melanoma
12.21.2005
Poor Fitness Raises Heart Disease Risk
12.20.2005
Audiologist Suggests iPod Users Take Precautions
12.20.2005
Research Shows How Juries Really Behave
12.17.2005
Depression Factors: Poor Health, Poverty, Minority Status
12.07.2005
Medicare Fraud Settlement Causes Oncologists to Lose Income
11.29.2005
Model Identifies Gene Effect on Skin Cells
11.29.2005
Psychology and History Converge in Book on the Caring Personality
11.29.2005
Researchers Zero in on the Possible Cause of Kawasaki Disease
11.22.2005
Art Institute Collaboration on Conservation Science
11.21.2005
Making Sense of the New Medicare Drug Plan
11.21.2005
Viagra® Improves Urinary Tract Symptoms
11.15.2005
Estrogen Alters Brain 'Wiring'
11.09.2005
Surveys Miss Racial Discrimination in Employment
11.08.2005
Researchers Discover New Form of Cancer Gene Regulation
11.05.2005
Researchers Move Closer to Bioterror Detector
11.02.2005
New Cancer Drug Improves on Standard Chemotherapy
11.02.2005
Primose Oil Component Cuts Levels of Cancer Gene
11.02.2005
Protein in Lou Gehrig's Disease Linked to Neuron Death
11.01.2005
Mechanism Found That Promotes Melanoma Spread
10.26.2005
How Cells Use Biological Flows to Signal, Organize
10.25.2005
Depression Raises Disability Risk
10.25.2005
Biodefense Partners Charged With Fighting Disease as Weapon
10.18.2005
Single Molecule in Driver's Seat of Machine
10.18.2005
Few Mentally Ill Juvenile Detainees Get Treatment
10.18.2005
Middle School Students Get a Grip on Engineering Design
10.11.2005
Reducing Risk of HIV/AIDS at Circuit Dance Parties
10.11.2005
Scientists Uncover Target for Colorectal Cancer
10.11.2005
Northwestern Is Center for Stem Cell Research
10.07.2005
Homeland Security Center Will Specialize in Transportation
10.04.2005
Health Literacy Linked to Poor Health
10.04.2005
Faulty Biological Clocks May Influence Addiction
10.04.2005
Major Award Funds Nanotechnology Cancer Center
10.04.2005
World's Smallest Universal Material Testing System
10.04.2005
Big Changes in Character of Legal Profession
09.12.2005
Blood Pressure Poorly Controlled in Elderly
09.12.2005
Integration Affects Minority Youths' Sense of Injustice
09.07.2005
New Clinic Protects Small Investor
08.30.2005
New Probe Developed for Nanotechnologists
08.16.2005
Technology May Be Weapon Against Terror
08.09.2005
Tiny Laser May Be Weapon Against Terror
08.03.2005
Mentally Ill More Likely to Be Victims of Violence
07.26.2005
Big Changes in Character of Legal Profession
07.26.2005
Breast-Saving Surgery Underused by Some
07.25.2005
'Hearing' Protein Also Vital for Pain Perception
07.25.2005
Integration Affects Minority Youths' Sense of Injustice
07.25.2005
Using Chemistry for Electronics and Vice Versa
07.25.2005
Faulty Biological Clocks May Influence Addiction
06.29.2005
Tiny Zebrafish Teaches Researchers How to Fight Off a Deadly Cancer
06.29.2005
Faulty Biological Clocks May Influence Drug Addiction
06.14.2005
How Stem Cells Run Through 'Stop Signs'
06.07.2005
Air Traffic Analysis Could Help Limit Spread of Disease
06.07.2005
Sleep Loss Affects High Schoolers
06.07.2005
Protein Essential for Hearing Also Vital for Pain Perception
06.07.2005
Brain Networks Change According to Task
06.07.2005
Delinquent Youth at High Risk for Violent Death
06.01.2005
Kids Can Be Taught to Cut Down on Unhealthy Food
05.25.2005
Examining the Fragility of the Black Middle Class
05.17.2005
Fountain Pen Writes on Nano Scale
05.17.2005
Coating Could Give Implants Longer Life
05.17.2005
Army Funds Research on Wound Repair
05.11.2005
Digital Encyclopedia Brings Chicago History to Life
05.10.2005
Study Finds Unreported Drug Reactions
05.10.2005
Device Measures Respiratory Rate
05.03.2005
Physicists Demonstrate Nature of Heat Flow
05.03.2005
Dream Teams Thrive on Mix of Old and New Blood
04.25.2005
Faulty Body Clock Leads to Obesity, Diabetes
04.19.2005
Molecular Breakthrough for Plastic Electronics
04.14.2005
How Planet Orbits Became Eccentric
04.13.2005
Sedentary Lifestyle Impairs Arthritic Elderly
04.13.2005
Many Older Adults at Risk for Being Uninsured Prior to Medicare Eligibility
04.05.2005
New Help for Learning Disabilities
04.05.2005
EXCITE Students Learn Math, Science Are Fun
04.05.2005
New Fuel Cell Drives Around Hydrogen Roadblocks
03.29.2005
New Tomograph Used in Steel Research
03.29.2005
Laboratory Will Be Cancer Training Program Site
03.15.2005
Nursing Mothers Having Surgery -- How Long a Wait to Breastfeed Safely?
03.08.2005
New Scale Predicts Recovery After Brain Injury
03.03.2005
Early Epidural Analgesia Does Not Increase C-Sections
02.16.2005
Early Epidural Analgesia Does Not Increase C-Sections
02.15.2005
Effective Cancer Treatments Follow the Clock
02.08.2005
Sumatra Earthquake Three Times Larger Than Thought
02.08.2005
Auditory Test to Help Identify Learning Impaired
02.01.2005
New Test Is First Step in Early Detection of Alzheimer's Disease
01.26.2005
Data, Financial System Initiatives Under Way
01.26.2005
Scholars Trade Views on Understanding Consciousness
01.25.2005
Adverse Events in Hospitalized Children Are Preventable
01.20.2005
New Theory Offered on Memory
01.19.2005
Feinberg School Has Role in New Breast Cancer Drug
01.11.2005
Sleeping Less May Be Related to Weight Gain
01.11.2005
How Olive Oil Protects Against Breast Cancer
01.04.2005
Aspirin Underused in Diabetic Women, Young Adults
01.04.2005
Toxicities and Off-Label Use of Cancer Drugs
01.04.2005
'Signal' Enables Parasite to Target Blood Cells