adrenaline


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a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin)

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In addition to garnering high praise from critics and readers alike, drawing comparisons to such best-selling writers as Dean Koontz, Tess Gerritsen and Robin Cook, and achieving best-seller status, Adrenaline and its ensuing success recently landed this physician/novelist a coveted book deal with a leading independent thriller publisher.
Funded by the National Institute for Health Research, and co-ordinated by the University of Warwick, the trial aims to discover the effects of adrenaline on recovery following concerns that the chemical can cause long term brain damage.
Platt not only covers just how adrenaline works in the human body, but how to reduce excess adrenaline.
We're thrilled to extend the Adrenaline Collection into Australia, particularly as it has been so well received in the United States," said Michel Taride, Group President, Hertz International.
Prostate cancer patients have increased levels of stress and anxiety; however, several recent studies have found that men who take drugs that interfere with the stress hormone adrenaline have a lower incidence of prostate cancer.
The four groups were group A: adrenaline 1:400,000, group B: adrenaline 1:200,000, group C: lignocaine + adrenaline 1:400,000 and group D: lignocaine + adrenaline 1:200,000.
Blair added that Adrenaline will enhance its offering of brand strategy by building on internal resources in the creation and execution of brand naming, logo and corporate identity development, and brand communication packages; creative content development, including collateral systems, point-of-sale and in-branch merchandising; Web and interactive design; and traditional creative agency services.
Adrenaline may be popular now but sooner or later a young buck will come along and take its place.
Two died despite receiving adrenaline before admission to hospital, and a further child died from an overdose of adrenaline.
ADRENALINE AND THE INNER WORLD: AN INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE represents the first attempt in nearly seventy years to discuss the roles of adrenaline in regulating the body, and it comes from an international authority and teacher on the topics who uses his insights to address issues of stress and body regulation.
When a horse is frightened or excited, its body releases the hormone adrenaline.
Father-of-four Denis Hollingworth, 60, told paramedics and doctors he had given himself a small shot of adrenaline from an Epi Pen after being stung while working in a garden in Holmfirth in September 2003.
measured how much of it is made in various parts of the body: They found that certain brain cells, including some adjacent to neurons that make adrenaline, are among the most active producers of the hormone.
ADRENALINE SHIRTS: College buddies Jeremy Keyes and Matt Sonneman spun their zeal for extreme sports into a clothing business.
This is a blast - it's fun to be able to fire a gun without consequences,'' said Deputy Tom Drake, still pumped with adrenaline after his battle on the obstacle course.