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  Robert Cade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Robert Cade is a professor of medicine and physiology at the University of Florida who invented Gatorade.
Cade offered it to them again and again was turned down.
Eventually an agreement was reached between Dr. Cade and the University.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Cade   (140 words)

  
 maurice fitzgerald - pafg29.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Cade Cade- BARFIELD was born in 1788 in Robeson, NC.
Barnabas Cade- BARFIELD was born in 1801 in Robeson, NC.
Stephen Cade- BARFIELD was born in 1803 in Robeson, NC.
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 J. Cade: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Cade is a world renown researcher with numerous accolades which include six academic appointments along with numerous outstanding and distinguished honors and awards.
Cade has authored or co-authored more than eighty scientific papers and is a member of the Federation for Clinical Research, the Southern Society for Clinical Investigation, the American Physiological Society, the American Society of Nephrology, Alpha Omega Alpha, and the American College of Sports Medicine.
Robert Cade, University of Florida, an intestinal enzyme flaw in some individuals may lead to absorption of beta-casomorphin-7, a portion of the casein molecule.
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 Cade
Robert married Elizabeth Richardson, daughter of Robert Richardson and Susanna Smith, before 1693, in Somerset county, Maryland (Robert married Elizabeth sometime after the death of her father in 1682 and before 1693 when he was listed on the rent rolls for Mt. Ephraim).
Robert married Matilda Atkins, daughter of William Atkins and Ann, circa 1727, in Sussex County, Delaware.
Mary Ann was born, 9 Dec 1816, in Fleming Co, KY (Cade Bibles) and died, 5 Jul 1892, in Fountain Co, IN.
www.intercom.net /local/richardson/Cade.html   (910 words)

  
 Inventor of the Week: Archive
Cade was intrigued with the problem and lead a research team in investigating the reasons water wasn't enough to hydrate athletes on the playing field.
Cade and his team tried several concoctions and finally came up with a winning formula consisting of water, sugar, sodium, potassium, phosphate, and lemon juice.
Cade continues to work as a professor of medicine and physiology there, conducting research on kidney and liver disease, diabetes, hypertension and other illnesses.
web.mit.edu /invent/iow/cade.html   (472 words)

  
 Impact Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The contribution by Mary Cade, a 1951 UTMB School of Nursing graduate, and her husband is one of the first lead contributions to the university’s Timeless Values, Pioneering Solutions Campaign, a five-year, $250 million fund-raising initiative launched in September.
Robert Cade invented Gatorade, the first sports drink, in 1965 while on the faculty of the University of Florida’s College of Medicine.
Cade’s other inventions include a cholesterol-reducing drink, a milk-protein concentrate beverage and a hydraulic football helmet that reduces the risk of concussions.
www.utmb.edu /impact/stories/04AUG11/cade.htm   (608 words)

  
 The Mountain | Come meet the mountain~!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Cades leg is knocked out from underneath him and he falls forward, his neck lands across the top rope, choking him, and then he bounces back off the rope and to the mat on his back.
Cade gets to his knees as Porter runs at him, he tries to get out of the way by dodging to the side but Porter catches him in the face with a dropkick that knocks him backwards and straight over the edge of the stage causing a huge crash to be heard.
Cade jumps forward and brings Porter round to the front in mid-air, landing in a sit down position in front of the steel chair as Porters neck is forced down into the chair and mat in a version of the ki-krusher.
www.freewebs.com /decadentslacker/porterversuscadesbe.htm   (7711 words)

  
 The University of Florida's Miracle Drink :: Turner South
Cade quickly realized that Douglas's players suffered from severe dehydration; they were sweating so much their energy, strength and endurance was sapped due to loss of sodium and potassium in the electrolytes.
Cade then realized that it was time for a solution so he rallied a team of researchers and got to work on the problem.
The solution, according to Cade, was to give the players water, but with salt in it to replace the salt they were losing in sweat.
www.turnersouth.com /southology/article/0,,1756,00.html   (551 words)

  
 When wife gave him lemons, doctor made Gatorade
Cade's pal, Dwayne Douglas - a former assistant coach of the University of Florida's freshman football team and security officer at the university's health center - inquired why the Gator players didn't go to the restroom during or after a game.
Cade, then assistant professor of medi cine and physiology at Florida, returned to his lab and responded to his friend's question by inventing Gatorade - today the world's leading sports drink, sold in 47 countries - that's earned revenues of almost $2.1 billion for parent company PepsiCo.
Cade couldn't find any research on the subject, so he did his own - determining that 90 percent to 95 percent of the described weight loss was due to water loss.
www.utsouthwestern.edu /utsw/cda/dept146133/files/149889.html   (1213 words)

  
 Milk Protein May Play Role In Mental Disorders
Robert Cade of the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Cade speculates that this process may be impaired in schizophrenic and autistic individuals.
Cade said "this struck us as interesting because many mothers of autistic children comment that they sometimes seem to be totally deaf -- they talk to their children and they just don't seem to hear them."
www.personalmd.com /news/a1999040103.shtml   (553 words)

  
 Patentee Index
Narayanan, Babu; Chen, Yong-Qin; Ward, Robert; Indaheng, Rani; and Raza, Humair 07042922 Cl. 372-103.
Nemati, Farid; Cho, Hyun-Jin; and Igehy, Robert Homan 07042759 Cl. 365-159.
Monsen, Robert Charles; Mamillapalli, Sudhakar; and Liu, Xiaoyi 07043553 Cl. 709-229.
www1.uspto.gov /web/patents/patog/week19/OG/patentee/alphaC_Utility.htm   (9614 words)

  
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Dr. Robert Cade, a retired faculty member of The University of Southern Mississippi Department of Radio, Television and Film, died Thursday at Oschner Medical Center in New Orleans.
Cade was also a popular media figure in the Hattiesburg area for his role as "Engineer Bob" on the children's television variety show by the same name, which was broadcast on WDAM-TV from 1959-1969.
Randy Swan, news director at WDAM-TV in Hattiesburg, said Cade's television show made a lasting impression on him as a young man and on a generation of other area residents.
www.usm.edu /pr/prnews/dec03/cadeobit.htm   (374 words)

  
 Patentee Index
Calkins, Robert L.; Harres, Daniel N.; Konz, Daniel W.; and Rogers, Mark D., to Boeing Company, The System having a spread-spectrum clock for further suppression of electromagnetic emissions in network devices communicating via a network bus 07010621 Cl. 709-250.
Vahabzadeh, Mahyar; Kimball, Robert A.; and Coghlan, William A. Cl. 315-169.3.
Roberts, John W.; Slattery, Oliver T.; Swope, Bretton; Kardos, David W.; Min, Volker; Sutton, Michael; Mulkens, Edwin C.; Rodgers, Gina; Guttenberg, Nicholas; and Comstock, Tracy 07009595 Cl. 345-156.
www.uspto.gov /web/patents/patog/week10/OG/patentee/alphaC_Utility.htm   (9434 words)

  
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Robert Cade was born some time before 1665, but the actual year of his birth and death are unknown.
Robert Medlin and family are enumerated in the 1820 census of Bedford County, and either had children deceased before his estate settlement in 1832 or other young children were in his household.
Robert Cade was born in 1800 and is the last of our line to be born in Wilkes County Georgia.
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 Raving about Gatorade on Yub.com
Cade, who then directed the UF College of Medicine’s renal and electrolyte division, quickly deduced that the players were sweating so much they didn’t have any fluids left to urinate.
Cade says Graves witnessed the turnaround and was impressed enough to ask him if he could make up a supply for the varsity to use the next day in its game against heavily favored Louisiana State.
Cade’s team continued to tinker with their concoction and by the beginning of the 1966 season Gatorade, as it was now called, had become a staple on the Gators’ sideline.
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 TLU News: Oct. 29, 2003: Cade Vanguard Award funds music program for community children   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Dr. Denise Peterson, the first recipient of the Cade Vanguard Award at TLU, is working to establish a Suzuki pedagogy major at the university that will allow TLU students to introduce area children to the joys of playing string instruments.
Robert Cade and Mary S. Cade of Gainesville, Fla., established the J. Robert and Mary S. Cade Vanguard Award at Texas Lutheran University to provide funding for faculty projects or initiatives designed to enrich the cultural, spiritual or intellectual life at TLU.
The Robert and Mary S. Cade Vanguard Award at Texas Lutheran is designed to encourage TLU faculty to develop original creative works, integrate spirituality into their teaching, develop and present scholarly works, or significantly transform the curriculum through the creation or redesign of courses.
www.tlu.edu /news/stories/03/10/031029_cade.html   (590 words)

  
 Opiate
When not broken down, the milk protein produces exorphins, morphine-like compounds that are then taken up by areas of the brain known to be involved in autism and schizophrenia, where they cause cells to dysfunction.
The animal findings suggest an intestinal flaw, such as a malfunctioning enzyme, is to blame, says Cade, whose team also is putting the theory to the test in humans.
Preliminary findings from that study - which showed 95 percent of 81 autistic and schizophrenic children studied had 100 times the normal levels of the milk protein in their blood and urine - have been presented at two international meetings in the past year but have not yet been published.
www.vaccinetruth.org /opiods.htm   (649 words)

  
 Search The University of Arizona   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Editor's note: Below is the text of the statement made by Cade Bernsen during last week's ASUA...
Cade speaks eloquently, commands respect and possesses the gravitas that Mr.
However, a gyrfalcon (trained for falconry by Tom Cade) held its top speeed to a limit of 128 mph or less when stooping on a lure, even though it could have...
www.arizona.edu /index/super-search.cgi?basic=cade   (229 words)

  
 BabyCenter | Readers' Comments - Cade or Calen?
I have a son named Cade, and we receive a lot of comments on what a great name it is. I am pregnant again, and if it is a boy, Mason is on the top of my list.
Cade is fine, too, but really trendy, so it depends whether or not you lean toward trendier style.
Cade and Miles are both good but I think Cade flows better with your last name.
www.babycenter.com /comments/1451075   (537 words)

  
 Robert Cade Oliver, Government Official
"Robert Cade Oliver, 86, a retired labor union official and lobbyist, died at D.C. General Hospital on June 24, 1995 after surgery for head injuries suffered in a fall during a visit to Washington.
In November 1997 it was reported that he was buried in Arlington National Cemetery under the provisions of a waiver to the burial requirements.
This in spite of the fact that holders of the Bronze Star Medal are qualified for Arlington burial.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /rcoliver.htm   (434 words)

  
 University of Florida News - UF Researchers Cite Possible Link Between Autism, Schizophrenia And Diet
Robert Cade, cautioning that further research must take place before scientists have a definitive answer.
Preliminary findings from that study which showed 95 percent of 81 autistic and schizophrenic children studied had 100 times the normal levels of the milk protein in their blood and urine have been presented at two international meetings in the past year but have not yet been published.
It is certainly possible that these genetic abnormalities could lead to the metabolic effects Dr. Cade mentions, though there is not substantial support for that at this time.
news.ufl.edu /1999/03/15/autism/?email=1   (990 words)

  
 maurice fitzgerald - pafg32.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
James Taylor Cade WHITE was born in 1829.
Alice Jane Cade POPE was born in 1826.
Maria Louisa Cade POPE was born in 1840.
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 VSR Newsletter Article - "Casein Study Gives New Hope"
Robert Cade of the University of Florida in Gainesville has revealed exciting evidence that a particular food component may actually be the culprit in many cases of both of these devastating illnesses.
This dysfunction is thought to produce high levels of smaller protein compounds called exorphins, which infiltrate the brain and cause hallucinations and other symptoms typical of schizophrenia and autisim.
The preliminary results of Cade’s team suggests that autistic and schizophrenic children have up to 100 times the normal level of milk proteins in blood and urine, indicating the suspected improper breakdown.
www.ivu.org /vsr/NL_Article_2.htm   (550 words)

  
 AARNEWS - May 2005
Robert Nieuwenhuis as outgoing ex-officio trustee is also eligible to be nominated for a first term as an elected trustee.
CADE is the major forum for the presentation of research in all aspects of automated deduction, from logics to methods (e.g., term rewriting, tableaux, model generation) to applications.
The CADE conferences are the major forum for the presentation of new research in all aspects of automated deduction.
www-unix.mcs.anl.gov /AAR/issuemay05   (1575 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Robert J. Cade, 58, Rockville, died Friday at The Waters of Greencastle.
Born Jan. 6, 1944 in Indianapolis, he was the son of James and Lelia (Judd) Cade.
He was preceded in death by his father, sister Suzanne Waggoner, and brother James Cade.
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 | LaSalle Speedway || Illinois Valley Cellular Street Stock Series |
Cade was able to make a pass for the lead but was still running the lower groove which was upsetting his car's handling.
Cade was put back in the front when the scoring reverted to the last completed lap.
Cade would bring out the last caution flag with five laps to go when he spun in turn four.
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 Peter Wingfield Online - First Wave
Cade turns — Rook is gone, and the man from the photo, ROBERT FOSTER stands there, wearing his army uniform.
Cade's face is filled with sadness at what he must do — and resolve.
Cade sags in the chair, gasping, as the man pulls back the bands from Cade's wrists.
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 James Stafford and Lucretia Reins
Children were: Martha Cabaniss, Robert C Cabaniss, Thomas Cabaniss, Rebecca Cabaniss, Sara A Cabaniss.
Parents: Robert M Campbell and Margaret Irene Christian.
Children were: Mary Catherine Campbell, Doris Campbell, Robert M Jr Campbell.
www.johnstafford.org /jamesluc/d23.htm   (404 words)

  
 issueoctober05
The terms of Robert Nieuwenhuis, Andrei Voronkov, and Toby Walsh are expiring.
In between, I participated in most CADEs, contributed numerous papers, served on several CADE PCs, and was conference chair of CADE-18 in Copenhagen.
One way to achieve this at the trustees level could be to establish a set of (non-strictly binding and renewable) guidelines for future CADE PC chairs on the composition of the PC, the selection of invited speakers, and the type of solicited submissions.
www-unix.mcs.anl.gov /AAR/issueoctober05/index.html   (3870 words)

  
 Robert Charles Hornak, First Lieutenant, United States Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He graduated from Marquette University, where he played basketball for the Warriors, and was also on the golf team.
As an outstanding senior student athlete, he was awarded the Robert McCahill Award.
He was a former Airborne Ranger (First Lieutenant, U.S. Army), and served in Vietnam (1966) with the 25th Infantry Division where he was wounded in Pleiku.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /rhornak.htm   (210 words)

  
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Sincerely yours, J. Robert Cade, M.D. Professor of Medicine and Physiology Attachment: Prior to 1960, most investigators did not consider childhood autism to be a distinct illness but considered it to be a childhood form of schizophrenia.
Only during the past fifteen years has there been a concensus [sic] that schizophrenia and childhood autism are different entities.
In 1966, Dohan called attention to the correlation between incidence and severity of schizophrenia and a diet high in cereals such as wheat, barley, oats and rye.
www.paleodiet.com /autism/cadelet.txt   (596 words)

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