WHAT IS SCIENCE REALLY FOR?
Most scientific projects concerning diseases and the environment are financed by the government or private institutions. However, financial rewards are not the leading motivational factor driving the scientific community. Scientists undertake such projects to satisfy their own personal curiosity, find new cures, or contribute to current discoveries.
Publication Name: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Do men and women really eat differently - and why?
Women have a better sense of smell than men and taste their food more intensely. A woman's hormones also affect her appetite. Overeating and sex differences in food preferences are discussed, and recipes are given for chocolate desserts.
Publication Name: Glamour
A life - that's really worth something!
The Healthy Cities movement of Rennes, France, got youth to discuss their views on health and put together a pamphlet and booklet documenting the results of their forums. Stress, AIDS, alcohol and drugs were topics addressed.
Publication Name: World Health
- Abstracts: The effect of RU 486 and related compounds on cultured macrophage differentiation and function. Antioxidant-sensitive regulation of inflammatory-response genes in Kaposi's sarcoma cells
- Abstracts: Objective markers of condom failure. A different philosophy - for training and treating
- Abstracts: Current perspectives in the management of the menopausal and postmenopausal patient: introduction. Phytoestrogens
- Abstracts: Fido's more than a friend. Perfectly Parmesan. Tee party
- Abstracts: Comment: The Democracy of Facts. Comment: Federal Statistical Coordination. Mobile phone radiation - the facts