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3D Printing, Copywriting Are Among the Top Outsourced Jobs

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3D Printing, Copywriting Are Among the Top Outsourced Jobs

Posted: 20 Apr 2014 03:00 PM PDT

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If you’re a freelancer and looking to find out which skills are currently hot, it helps to look at freelance marketplace Freelancer.com. And the latest data on outsourced jobs from there reveals a huge rise in trending tech, with particular demand for 3D printing, and copywriting. The Freelance Fast 50 report analyzed over 270,000 job listings on Freelancer.com for the first quarter of 2014.

3D Is Scorching Hot

Everything connected with 3D seems to be a hot specialty right now, thanks to the Facebook acquisition of Oculus Rift, a virtual reality head-mounted display, designed for 3D gaming (among other possible uses). 3D printing. 3D modeling. 3D rendering.  All things 3D saw a dramatic 48% increase in jobs.

3D printing is fast becoming the latest craze, as these printers are capable of making solid objects at the click of a button – and the downloading of the appropriate computer file. A simple Google search for 3D CAD files turns up countless possibilities, and as soon as the file is downloaded, you are all set to print.

We recently wrote about the first consumer 3D printer called Micro, which is raising funds on Kickstarter, with the total currently standing at $2.8 million.  When it eventually goes on sale (perhaps in time for the 2014 Christmas shopping period), it will cost a very affordable $299, making 3D printing even more of a viable small business proposition.

Android Is Hot, Apple Is Not

Or at least …not quite as hot.   The number of Android mobile development jobs has overtaken Apple jobs.  Why?  Partly because Android is hot in Asia, and mobile is growing there.

Mobile phone app development is strong, too. Game and app makers are obviously inspired by the phenomenal success of apps such as Flappy Bird and Candy Crush.

Content Makes a Comeback

Writing and content jobs have rebounded after declining a few years ago, in the wake of the carnage left by the Google Panda and Penguin algorithm updates.

Copywriters are being re-employed, as business owners start to regain their confidence and hire writers to write their blogs, and put original content on their websites and social media.  Writing related jobs are up nearly 18%.  Content is back, baby!

Companies Need Logos

Lots of other jobs show surprising growth, such as logo design (up 33%).  It just goes to show, the old tried and true skills can be almost as much in demand as the trendy ones.

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Dispop: One-Stop For Creating and Placing Banner Ads

Posted: 20 Apr 2014 12:00 PM PDT

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If you advertise your business online, you have probably considered the idea of creating a banner ad to be placed on similar sites to your own. But how do you go about making that ad? How do you make sure that visitors aren’t bombarded with your banner 24/7? And what about tracking the ones that got away?

It’s enough to make your head spin. However, a company called Dispop provides a service it says looks after all this for you.

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Dispop is a direct targeting and retargeting platform, which allows businesses to launch and manage effective banner campaigns in the easiest possible way. The company claims it has 2,000 customers mainly based in the US. Signing up is free.

The banner building tool makes launching an advertising campaign seem very easy indeed. In an interview with Small Business Trends, Guy Falkovitch, COO and Founder of Dispop explains:

“Appearance is everything when it comes to driving clicks. We provide our advertisers with the expertise both on campaign optimization and banner design. You can have great targeting, optimization and tracking, but if you lack the know-how of how to design your banner you’re not going to attract customers.”

With an army of designers standing by to create your banner ad, Dispop also caters to small businesses that sometimes need help creating and managing their display campaigns too. This could be due to a lack of experience in running an online banner campaign. Or you may simply have no time to get involved in creating a campaign yourself and want to hand that project off to someone else to manage.

Whatever the reason, Dispop claims it has created a solution that frees you to manage other aspects of your business.

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When creating a targeting campaign, the business owner has to decide some variables, before the ad goes live.

This includes how much in total you want to spend. But it also includes the CPC (cost per click – how much should be deducted from your budget when someone clicks your ad). You also pick targeting criteria such as geographic location, demographics, and the types of sites the ads will appear on.

The next stage of the process involves deciding which type of banner and what design they wish to have. If you need a banner designed, users can upload logos and images they want included, or the designers can provide designs of their own for you to choose from. If the user already has their own pre-made banners, they can upload them to be used right away.

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First-time clients who are starting their first campaign with Dispop can enter the promotional code “SuperPromo88″ at checkout. This will give you a free set of banners to get you started.

Retargeting campaigns (where ads follow prospects who have looked at your ads without buying), involve the same set up. But this type of campaign involves entering a special tracking code in the header of your website to go after people who didn’t do anything on your site the first time. When they go to other sites on the Internet, your ads will follow them for up to 90 days.

Once your banners are ready to go, it’s time for Dispop to decide where to bid for their placement. This can include places such as AppNexus, OpenX, Right Media, AOL, Rubicon, Pubmatic, BrightRoll, Google, and Facebook Exchange. You can also ask for your ad to be sent to Facebook to appear in the right hand column of someone’s news feed.

Once the ad campaign goes live, the next stage of the process is analytics and seeing how well your banners fare. Dispop provides you with a graph showing daily stats and you can see at a glance how many people are clicking through to your site, and how many customers you are getting from it.

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Dispop is a really easy way to ensure that your ads are looked after, and that you have high quality banners to begin with. The Internet abounds with badly designed banners which reflect badly on that company. Dispop offers an alternative that seems to do it better.

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Using Retirement Accounts to Fund a Business Startup Draws IRS Scrutiny

Posted: 20 Apr 2014 09:00 AM PDT

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The IRS is increasing scrutiny into a complex practice for using retirement accounts to fund a business. The practice may trip up business owners who take advantage of it.  In the end, it could cost them not only their retirement nest eggs, but open them up to paying back taxes and large penalties to the IRS.

The practice is called Rollovers as Business Startups (ROBS). The business owner takes his or her tax-deferred retirement funds and uses them to start or buy a business or franchise.  The practice is being pitched by several financial companies toward Baby Boomers and others who are looking to start or buy businesses after leaving corporate jobs where they may have amassed 401(k)s and IRAs.

By using a ROBS plan, the would-be business owners are able to tap into their own retirement monies to fund their businesses, without paying taxes or early-withdrawal penalties.  The business owner simply forms a new corporation, and rolls the retirement funds over into a new 401(k) in the new corporation.  Then the new 401(k) invests in stock in the business owner’s own corporation.  The 401(k) money then goes into the business in payment for the stock, giving the business the use of the funds.

As far as the original retirement account is concerned, it is treated as a rollover.  Therefore, no taxes or early-withdrawal penalties need to be paid by the business owner.

It’s all perfectly legal.

And clever, right?  You use your own money, you don’t have to incur the expense of a bank loan, and you avoid early withdrawal penalties and taxes.

Not so fast. . .there are specific compliance rules for handling ROBS retirement accounts and how you can use the money.  Those rules are easily violated and can trip up business owners.  For example, the new retirement account must remain a qualified retirement account, which involves administrative responsibilities.  If the plan gets disqualified, penalties and taxes could be owed. Also, the funds may not be used to pay a business owner a salary.

The IRS points out in a memo that ROBS aren’t exactly a violation of tax law, but the IRS is making clear that it considers the plans questionable:

“ROBS plans, while not considered an abusive tax avoidance transaction, are questionable in that they may serve solely to benefit one individual’s exchange of tax-deferred assets for currently available funds.”

Two pending lawsuits highlight the disastrous consequences if ROBS plans fall out of compliance. In Peek v Commissioner (PDF), two Colorado entrepreneurs used ROBS retirement funds to guarantee a business loan. The Tax Court said using the funds to guarantee a loan is prohibited, and claims they owe over $500,000 in taxes and penalties.  In Ellis v Commissioner (PDF), a Missouri entrepreneur used ROBS money to rent space and pay himself a salary. The IRS says those are also prohibited uses for ROBS funds.

One CPA calls the lawsuits “ticking time bombs.”  In an article in The Franchise Times, Steve Hamilton, a certified public accountant with Schmidt and Associates in Cincinnati, is quoted as saying:

“The lawsuits show that the Internal Revenue Service is looking deeply into these transactions.  If it blows up, participants can be looking at millions in back taxes and penalties.”

Another concern is that the practice may put entrepreneurs’ retirement security at risk simply because of the high failure rates of businesses.  According to the IRS memo issued in January:

“Overall, the research we conducted and the responses we received to the compliance checks indicated that while some of the ROBS were successful, many of the companies in the sample had gone out of business within the first 3 years of operation, experiencing significant monetary loss, bankruptcy, personal and business liens, or had their corporate status dissolved by the Secretary of State (voluntarily or involuntarily).”

Younger entrepreneurs may have enough years to recover from business failure and rebuild their retirement funds.  But the ROBS technique is especially risky for older entrepreneurs who face losing their retirement savings at a time when they may no longer be able to recover, if the business fails.

The IRS wants business owners to understand what is involved with complying with ROBS funding plans — and the risks.  More at the IRS site.

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“The Obstacle is the Way” Gives Unusual Advice for Success

Posted: 20 Apr 2014 06:00 AM PDT

the obstacle is the wayHow many times have you said, or thought, “This is HARD!  I don’t want to!” If you’re like most entrepreneurs (and you’re honest with yourself), this conversation happens multiple times on a daily basis.  Most of the time, it’s in your head and most of the time you push through it anyway.

So what is it about obstacles that stops so many people and inspires others to achieve past the obstacle?

That is exactly the topic of The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph by Ryan Holiday (@RyanHoliday).  If you remember, he’s the author of Trust Me, I’m Lying; a no-holds-barred, tell-it-like-it-is book about how we are all being manipulated by the media.  But this book is written in a much softer tone, and yet still contains much of the passion that you’ll find in his previous book.  Maybe his style has matured – like a fine wine.

It’s Not So Much About What Happens, It’s About What You Make It Mean

Holiday’s mission in this book is to show us all that the way to work through the pain isn’t it to keep pushing, it’s to perceive your situation differently.  Instead of seeing your challenges as obstacles, turn them on their head and imagine that your obstacles are really the way to an answer.

He does this in a three-fold way; perception, action and will:

“It begins with how we look at our specific problems, our attitude or approach; then the energy and creativity with which we actively break them down and turn them into opportunities; finally the cultivation and maintenance of an inner will that allows us to handle defeat and difficulty.”

In each chapter of the book, Holiday shares many, many examples from the great people in history and the world.  In fact, what I found most inspiring in the book is his reminder that these “great ones” or great examples of people that he stresses that it wasn’t their intelligence, luck or particular gifts that made it possible for them to succeed, but rather their focus on these principles and this process.

Ryan Holiday: Marketing Hacker, Life Hacker, All Around Interesting Guy

You know, sometimes those bio’s they write in books don’t give you the full story about a person.  In fact, I thought the bio that was written in the jacket fell a little flat.

So I went searching for the “real” Ryan Holiday (per his Trust Me, I’m Lying book, there’s no such thing and I couldn’t ask his mother).  Instead, what I found was a series of interviews which reveal a young, focused and dedicated marketer who is profoundly clear on who he is in the world and his commitment to building brands in a focused, efficient and effective way.

In one interview he was asked about his favorite marketing hacks and there was one that totally resonated with me:

“Stop thinking marketing is something that happens after the product is done. Make something you think people truly, undeniably want and like. Improve your product based on early feedback and response.”

It’s really interesting to watch his growth, evolution and wisdom increase over time and with the acquisition of more and more experience in today’s business environment.

You Need The Obstacle Is The Way

I received this book as a review copy from a publicist and it sat around for, I’m not sure how long, until I was moved to read it.  Don’t do what I did – don’t wait.

If you’re having a moment where you’re feeling a deep sense of struggle, frustration and inadequacy, you’ll want to have this book close at hand.

The great thing is that it isn’t overtly philosophical and hard to read.  In fact, after you’ve read it once all the way through, keep it at your desk or coffee table and just pick it up and turn to a random page – it will do you good.

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Norvegia, nel parco dove uomini e animali si coccolano a vicenda

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NASA completes LADEE mission with planned impact on moon's surface

Posted: 19 Apr 2014 04:37 PM PDT

Ground controllers at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., have confirmed that NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) spacecraft impacted the surface of the moon, as planned, between 9:30 and 10:22 p.m. PDT Thursday, April 17.

Counterfeit contraceptives found in South America

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 04:02 PM PDT

A survey of emergency contraceptive pills in Peru found that 28 percent of the batches studied were either of substandard quality or falsified. Many pills released the active ingredient too slowly. Others had the wrong active ingredient. One batch had no active ingredient at all.

Treating depression in Parkinson's Disease patients: New research

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:14 PM PDT

Interesting new information has been found from a study on depression and neuropsychological function in Parkinson's disease. The study, which assessed cognitive function in depressed and non-depressed patients with PD, found that the dopamine replacement therapy commonly used to treat motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease was associated with a decline in cognitive performance among depressed Parkinson patients.

Researchers rethink 'natural' habitat for wildlife

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:14 PM PDT

Protecting wildlife while feeding a world population predicted to reach nine billion by 2050 will require a holistic approach to conservation that considers human-altered landscapes such as farmland, according to researchers. A new study finds that a long-accepted theory used to estimate extinction rates, predict ecological risk and make conservation policy recommendations is overly pessimistic. The researchers point to an alternative framework that promises a more effective way of accounting for human-altered landscapes and assessing ecological risks.

MRI, on a molecular scale: System could one day peer into the atomic structure of individual molecules

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:14 PM PDT

A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system that can produce nano-scale images, and may one day allow researchers to peer into the atomic structure of individual molecules, has been developed by researchers. For decades, scientists have used techniques like X-ray crystallography and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMR) to gain invaluable insight into the atomic structure of molecules, but such efforts have long been hampered by the fact that they demand large quantities of a specific molecule and often in ordered and crystalized form to be effective -- making it all but impossible to peer into the structure of most molecules.

Religious music brings benefit to seniors' mental health

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:14 PM PDT

A new article reports that among older Christians, listening to religious music is associated with a decrease in anxiety about death and increases in life satisfaction, self-esteem, and sense of control over their lives. In particular, listening to gospel music is associated with a decrease in anxiety about death and an increase in sense of control.

Finding turns neuroanatomy on its head: Researchers present new view of myelin

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:14 PM PDT

Neuroscientists have made a discovery that turns 160 years of neuroanatomy on its head. Myelin, the electrical insulating material long known to be essential for the fast transmission of impulses along the axons of nerve cells, is not as ubiquitous as thought, according to a new work. "The fact that it is the most evolved neurons, the ones that have expanded dramatically in humans, suggests that what we're seeing might be the "future." As neuronal diversity increases and the brain needs to process more and more complex information, neurons change the way they use myelin to "achieve" more," says the main researcher.

No-till soil organic carbon sequestration rates published

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:13 PM PDT

For the past 20 years, researchers have published soil organic carbon sequestration rates. Many of the research findings have suggested that soil organic carbon can be sequestered by simply switching from moldboard or conventional tillage systems to no-till systems. However, there is a growing body of research with evidence that no-till systems in corn and soybean rotations without cover crops, small grains, and forages may not be increasing soil organic carbon stocks at the published rates.

Proteins conspire to make breast cancer cells resistant to drug treatment

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 01:13 PM PDT

The interaction between two proteins called BCAR1 and BCAR3 is responsible for resistance to antiestrogen drugs, paving the way for improved diagnostic and treatment strategies. “Drug resistance is one of the most serious obstacles to breast cancer eradication,” said the senior study author. “Our findings suggest that strategies to disrupt the BCAR1-BCAR3 complex and associated signaling networks could potentially overcome this obstacle and ultimately lead to more-effective breast cancer therapies.”

Future heat waves pose risk for population of Greater London

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 11:49 AM PDT

The effects of future heat waves on people living in Greater London in 2050 has been modeled in a study, which concludes that the risk of heat-related deaths could be significantly reduced if buildings were adapted properly for climate change. The model, which takes into account future changes to urban land use and human-made heat emissions, estimates an additional 800 heat-related deaths per year by 2050.

Tissue scarring in scleroderma: New clues

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 11:12 AM PDT

A discovery by scientists could lead to potential new treatments for breaking the cycle of tissue scarring in people with scleroderma. The concept for new therapeutic options centers on findings identifying the role that a specific protein plays in promoting fibrosis. Fibrosis, or scarring, is a hallmark of the disease, and progressive tightening of the skin and lungs can lead to serious organ damage and, in some cases, death.

Better way to deal with bad memories suggested

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 11:11 AM PDT

A simple and effective emotion-regulation strategy that has neurologically and behaviorally been proven to lessen the emotional impact of personal negative memories, researchers have shown. "Sometimes we dwell on how sad, embarrassed, or hurt we felt during an event, and that makes us feel worse and worse. But we found that instead of thinking about your emotions during a negative memory, looking away from the worst emotions and thinking about the context, like a friend who was there, what the weather was like, or anything else non-emotional that was part of the memory, will rather effortlessly take your mind away from the unwanted emotions associated with that memory," the researchers suggest.

Under some LED bulbs whites aren't 'whiter than white'

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 11:11 AM PDT

For years, companies have been adding whiteners to laundry detergent, paints, plastics, paper and fabrics to make whites look 'whiter than white,' but now, with a switch away from incandescent and fluorescent lighting, different degrees of whites may all look the same, according to experts in lighting.

Innovative strategy to facilitate organ repair

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 11:11 AM PDT

A significant breakthrough could revolutionize surgical practice and regenerative medicine. Researchers have demonstrated that the principle of adhesion by aqueous solutions of nanoparticles can be used in vivo to repair soft-tissue organs and tissues. This adhesion method is exceptional because of its potential spectrum of clinical applications. It is simple, easy to use and the nanoparticles employed can be metabolized by the organism. It can easily be integrated into ongoing research on healing and tissue regeneration and contribute to the development of regenerative medicine.

Chronic inflammation linked to 'high-grade' prostate cancer

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

Men who show signs of chronic inflammation in non-cancerous prostate tissue may have nearly twice the risk of actually having prostate cancer than those with no inflammation, according to results of a new study. The link between persistent inflammation and cancer was even stronger for men with so-called high-grade prostate cancer -- those with a Gleason score between 7 and 10 -- indicating the presence of the most aggressive and rapidly growing prostate cancers.

Boomers' dark secret: Booze; What their caregivers don’t know or don't ask could end up hurting aging patients

Posted: 18 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

By 2015, all baby boomers will be 50 or older. In an editorial, one expert writes that, unlike members of previous generations, many of these individuals have been using alcohol (and other drugs) for their entire adult lives. There are consequences. “Alcohol is a dirty drug, and it causes all kinds of long-term problems,” the author says. Alcohol contributes to increased risk for more than 65 diseases and conditions, including pancreatic, breast, and ear, nose, and throat cancers, liver disease, injuries, and cognitive impairment.

Is UK shale gas extraction posing a risk to public health?

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 06:25 PM PDT

More needs to be done to investigate the risks to human health that extracting shale gas poses, suggests one expert, who says that risk reduction technologies should be deployed, but that reviewing the public health implications of shale gas development "requires more than merely gesturing to technological improvements. Best practices should not be mistaken for actual practices." The author asserts that scientific data should drive decisions on health and safety, instead of gestures to understudied assertions of best practice deployment.

Experts call for higher exam pass marks to close performance gap between international, UK medical graduates

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 06:25 PM PDT

The pass mark for a two-part test that international medical graduates must pass to work as a doctor in the UK should be raised to reduce differences in performance between international and UK medical graduates, suggest researchers. But they warn that this could create "severe workforce planning challenges" for the NHS, which has traditionally relied on international medical graduates, especially in the less popular specialties such as psychiatry.

New pain relief targets discovered by researchers

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 04:16 PM PDT

New pain relief targets that could be used to provide relief from chemotherapy-induced pain have been discovered by researchers while researching how pain occurs in nerves in the periphery of the body. "We have been investigating and identifying mechanisms underlying pain generation and our findings could help chemotherapy patients who suffer pain related side effects," one author noted.

First genetic link discovered to difficult-to-diagnose breast cancer sub-type

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 04:16 PM PDT

The discovery of the genetic variant, in conjunction with other markers, could help in the development of future genetic screening tools to assess women's risk of developing invasive lobular cancer, and also gives researchers important new clues about the genetic causes of the disease and a related precursor to cancer called lobular carcinoma in situ.

Progressive neurodegenerative disorder linked to R-loop formation

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 04:16 PM PDT

A new feature of the genetic mutation responsible for the progressive neurodegenerative disorder, fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome -- the formation of 'R-loops,' has been discovered. Researchers believe it may be associated with the disorder's neurological symptoms, such as tremors, lack of balance, features of Parkinsonism, and cognitive decline.

Sporting latest tech toy can make you seem more like a leader

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 04:11 PM PDT

If you want to be perceived as a leader, new research suggests investing in the latest technological gadgets is the way to go. "Familiarity with and usage of new high-tech products appears to be a common manifestation of innovative behavior," write the authors. "Those who are tech-savvy are also perceived as authoritative on other subjects and as leaders."

Prenatal risk factors may put children at risk of developing kidney disease

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 04:11 PM PDT

Certain prenatal risk factors are associated with the development of chronic kidney disease in children, according to a study. Future studies should investigate whether modifying these factors could help protect children’s kidney health. Risks for certain types of kidney disease may arise before birth, and researchers suspect that the development of chronic kidney disease (CKD) may be programmed prenatally. These may include birth weight, maternal diabetes, and maternal overweight/obesity.

Live cell imaging reveals distinct alterations of subcellular glutathione potentials

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:42 PM PDT

Glutathione is the most abundant cellular redox buffer that both protects cells from oxidative damage and mediates cellular signaling. Perturbation of glutathione balance has been associated with tumorigenesis; however, due to analytical limitations, the underlying mechanisms behind this relationship are poorly understood. Utilizing a recently developed genetically encoded redox-sensitive probe has revealed differentially regulated redox environments within cellular compartments, and evidence of the contributory role of the p53 protein in supporting cytosolic redox poise.

Influenza, bacterial superinfections reviewed in journal

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:41 PM PDT

An expert has analyzed the epidemiology and microbiology of co-infections during the 1918, 1957 and 1968 pandemics, as well as more recent 2009 novel H1N1 pandemic, and published a review on this analysis. Specifically, the co-pathogenesis reviewed is characterized by complex interactions between co-infecting pathogens and the host, leading to the disruption of physical barriers, dysregulation of immune responses and delays in a return to homeostasis.

Weight gain in children occurs after tonsil removal, not linked to obesity

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:41 PM PDT

Weight gain in children after they have their tonsils removed (adenotonsillectomy) occurs primarily in children who are smaller and younger at the time of the surgery, and weight gain was not linked with increased rates of obesity. "Despite the finding that many children gain weight and have higher BMIs after tonsillectomy, in our study, the proportion of children who were obese before surgery remained statistically unchanged after surgery. On the basis of this work, adenotonsillectomy does not correlate with increased rates of childhood obesity," researchers conclude.

Our relationship with God changes when faced with potential romantic rejection

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:41 PM PDT

Easter is a time when many people in the world think about their relationships with God. New research explores a little-understood role of God in people's lives: helping them cope with the threat of romantic rejection. In this way, God stands in for other relationships in our lives when times are tough.

Findings shed light on seagrass needs

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:41 PM PDT

Seagrass beds, which provide home and food for fish, manatees, sea turtles and other animals, find themselves in peril. A new study shows how much sunlight is needed to keep the seagrass healthy. Loss of seagrass means fish, crabs and other animals lose their homes and manatees and sea turtles lose a source of food. Nutrients, such as phosphorous, may prevent seagrass from getting the sunlight it needs to thrive. Nutrients may come from many sources, among them fertilizers used in agriculture, golf courses and suburban lawns, pet waste and septic tank waste.

The ilk of human kindness: Older women with gumption score high on compassion

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:40 PM PDT

Older women, plucky individuals and those who have suffered a recent major loss are more likely to be compassionate toward strangers than other older adults, new research finds. Because compassionate behaviors are associated with better health and well-being as we age, the research findings offer insights into ways to improve the outcomes of individuals whose deficits in compassion put them at risk for becoming lonely and isolated later in life.

Mutant enzyme RECQ4 connected to cancer's 'Warburg effect'

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 01:40 PM PDT

A cancer-prone mutation of the gene RECQ4 causes its corresponding enzyme, RECQ4, to accumulate in the mitochondria. This can cause mitochondrial dysfunction, possibly explaining cancer's "Warburg effect" of preferring lactic acid fermentation over aerobic respiration to generate energy. While this study provides important clues to solving the Warburg effect puzzle, the senior author said further studies are needed on RECQ4 and p32 to better explain cancer's biological processes.

New perspective on sepsis published

Posted: 17 Apr 2014 12:12 PM PDT

It's time to take a fresh look at the medical community's approach to treating sepsis, which kills millions worldwide every year, including more than 200,000 Americans, one expert says. Sepsis occurs when molecules released into the bloodstream to fight an injury or infection trigger inflammation throughout the body. Persistent and constant inflammation often results in organ dysfunction or damage, leading to death -- 28 to 50 percent of people who suffer from sepsis die from the condition. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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