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Chronic Insomnia May Impact Effectiveness of Flu Vaccine in Otherwise Healthy People, UNT Study Says
DENTON, Texas, Oct. 7 -- The University of North Texas issued the following news release:
According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year's influenza vaccine, which is usually available by October, reduces healthy adults' odds of contracting flu by 70 to 90 percent.
However, the vaccine may be less effective in otherwise healthy individuals who suffer from chronic insomnia. A University of North Texas study showed that those in this group had lower amounts of influenza antibodies b . . .
Don't Space Out: ASU Business Professor Helps Astronauts Stay on Task
TEMPE, Ariz., Oct. 7 -- Arizona State University issued the following news release:
You'd be hard-pressed to find a seasoned businessman or woman who hasn't sat through a mid-morning meeting, oblivious to the decisions being made or plans being hatched.
Often, that out-to-lunch incognizance exists because that person's mind is still kneading through a difficult problem left undone on his or her desk.
Such spacey discord -- the occasional inability to completely disconnect ourselves from . . .
FACT SHEET: Administration Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary of Challenge.gov with Launch of More than 20 New Public- and Private-Sector Prizes
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 -- The White House issued the following fact sheet:
"Government should be collaborative. Collaboration actively engages Americans in the work of their Government. Executive departments and agencies should use innovative tools, methods, and systems to cooperate among themselves, across all levels of Government, and with nonprofit organizations, businesses, and individuals in the private sector."
- President Barack Obama, on his first day as President
Today, the Adminis . . .
Gulf Power Tops in Environmental Stewardship
PENSACOLA, Fla., Oct. 7 -- Gulf Power, a Southern Company, issued the following news release:
Gulf Power received another accolade for the company's dedication to environmental issues and causes when it was recently named one of the top Environmental Champions in the country. Cogent Reports named Gulf Power one of the top 36 utility champions from four regions nationwide, and one of the top three in the South region.
Cogent Reports, the syndicated research division of Market Strategies Int . . .
Johns Hopkins Biologist Leads Research Shedding Light on Stem Cells
BALTIMORE, Oct. 7 -- Johns Hopkins University issued the following news release:
A Johns Hopkins University biologist has led a research team reporting progress in understanding the mysterious shape-shifting ways of stem cells, which have vast potential for medical research and disease treatment.
In a research paper to be published in Cell Reports on Oct. 13, Xin Chen, an associate professor of biology in the university's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, and her six co-authors report o . . .