BLYTHE, Ga. - Pastor Overseer Jimmie Lee Bowman, of Blythe, Georgia entered into his eternal rest, Sunday, November 20, 2011. Pastor Bowman is survived by his daughter...
...is working with colleagues in Sudan in a study to compare the oral health of chewing-stick users with nonusers. (Lee Bowman covers health and science for Scripps Howard News Service. E-mail BowmanL@shns.com)
Researchers for the first time have linked the loss of smell with a brain protein associated with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, offering the prospect of a smell test to aid in detecting and tracking illness.
...arrhythmias and other cardiac diseases." On the Net: www.sciencemag.org www.cardiobiology.jhmi.edu (Contact Lee Bowman at BowmanL(at)shns.com or online at http://www.shns.com)
More than 1 million American children have juvenile diabetes, which is caused when the pancreas produces little or no insulin. While most youngsters can manage the disease with insulin injections, diet and exercise, some remain at particularly high risk of developing life-threatening complications.
Government forecasters say that a weak-to-moderate El Nino event is expected to continue developing over the next six to nine months, with global weather effects likely to be considerably less pronounced than during that last warm-up of the tropical Pacific.
Chin up, positive mental attitude, keep plugging along, don't let it get ya down.
A man-made version of bacterial DNA allowed mice to fight off a form of inflammatory bowel disease, researchers report in a new study.
Environmentalists mourn the loss of any species. But a new study shows that the loss of a few key species may be more devastating to an ecosystem than elimination of a greater number of less critical organisms.
New research on the anti-cancer drug tamoxifen found that it does not block the favorable effects of estrogen on the brain, which should help alleviate doctors' concerns that the powerful drug might hasten the onset of neurologic diseases of old age.