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Hong Kong's first-ever "prompted voiding" study proved the therapy effective in managing urinary incontinence among elderly people in nursing homes2-January-2014
The study showed that prompted voiding is an effective measure for managing the problem of urinary incontinence and a behavioural strategy that can be implemented in nursing homes, both to deal with the problem and to change the attitudes of elderly residents and caregivers towards urinary incontinence.Contact: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institution: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Category: Medicine
Pictorial Mnemonics x Sound Contrasting = More Effective English Teaching2-January-2014
New research by Professor Emmanuel Manalo of Waseda University and Assistant Professor Yuri Uesaka of University of Tokyo has found that mnemonic images and explicit sound contrasting help Japanese children learn more effectively the sounds of the English alphabet.Contact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University Category: Culture
Positioning message board surrogacy in Thai society20-December-2013
(Kanazawa, Japan, 20 December 2013) Kanazawa University researchers report on a study of the personal profiles and motivations behind the ‘message board surrogacy’ observed in Thailand, where potential surrogates and infertile couples connect through online forums.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Organization of Frontier Science and Innovation, Kanazawa University Category: Medicine
Cerebral sensory development: genetic programming versus environmental stimuli20-December-2013
(Kanazawa, Japan, 20 December 2013) Hiroshi Kawasaki and colleagues at Kanazawa University, Tokyo University, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Kumamoto University in Japan have identified how sensory map development is regulated in mice pups at birth, and the molecular signalling responsible.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Organization of Frontier Science and Innovation, Kanazawa University Category: Science
Graphene sees the light19-December-2013
Sheets of carbon just one atom thick could make effective transparent electrodes in certain types of photovoltaic cellsContact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Category: Science
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