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Low Cholesterol Linked to Severe Depression and Violent Behavior in Men

...terol but low levels that are making news. Recent reports are indicating that Low levels of Cholesterol maybe linked to depression and violent behavior. A new study shows that men with relatively low cholesterol levels were up to seven times more likely to report symptoms of severe depression. Edward Suare...

Bad News for Short People

...June issue of the American Journal of Epidemiology reports that People of shorter stature face higher mortality rates than taller people from most causes except cancer. In a study of more than 30,000 men and women undertaken by Dr.Pekka Jousilahti and his colleagues from the National Public Health Institute ...

Cough Syrup Ingredient Linked to Stroke

... Yale University's School of Medicine, says, "Case reports have linked exposure to PPA to the occurrence of hemorrhagic stroke." A hemorrhagic stroke results when an artery wall ruptures and prevents blood flow to the heart and brain and causes paralysis....

General Anesthesia Safe For Children On Ketogenic Diet Suffering From Epilepsy

...etosis is called a ketogenic diet . With very few reports published on the issue, Dr. Ignacio Valencia and his team at the Children’s Hospital in Boston spearheaded this research. The results they say are encouraging. While serum glucose levels remained stable in all patients throughout the procedure, most...

Miracle cure for Alzheimer’s around the corner

...ce, which is characteristic of Alzheimer’s. Latest reports say that it also improves mental functioning. It has gone into human testing ,the first stages of which have been successful and the vaccine declared safe to be administered. If proven successful it would be an enormous breakthrough. Though being tr...

Clinton's new problem - Is the outgoing American president suffering from skin cancer?

... man has another problem haunting him. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the out going president had a biopsy done on a skin lesion on his back to rule out skin cancer. Also it was reported that his cholesterol is on the increase and the president is actually not in the best of shape that he would like to b...

Depression may cause delayed wound healing

...ower than that of normal people. These and related reports find a place in the latest issue of the journal, “Psychosomatic Medicine”. Psychological factors could have direct and indirect effects on the rate of wound healing, according to the researchers. Depression and other psychological problems have been...

Spouses and other partners lower blood pressure says new research

The May issue of Psychosomatic medicine reports that spending a little quality time with one's spouse and other partners seems to have a calming influence on a person's blood pressure. In a study that used portable monitors to track people's blood pressure, it turned out that the participants' pr...

Bayer Voluntarily Withdraws BAYCOL - A Drug Associated With 50 Deaths

... also lead to kidney failure. The FDA said fatal reports with Baycol had been reported most frequently when the drug was used at higher doses, in elderly patients, and especially when taken in combination with another cholesterol-lowering drug called gemfibrozil. It said patients taking Baycol should consu...

Iron supplements proves helpful in dry cough .

...ng and colleagues embarked on their study based on reports that iron supplementation decreases NO generation or diminishes NO-related cell damage....

Is acupuncture safe?

Two new reports from the US suggest that acupuncture is at least as safe as conventional medicine.There is a dearth of hard evidence on the safety of complementary and alternative medicine(CAM). According to two reports, they provide one of the first serious safet...

Mushroom and muscle loss

...o cause muscle loss, "It's one of those intriguing reports one will watch and see if it can be confirmed in the future," he said....

The cocaine danger

... can force the body to attack itself.New Scientist reports this week that the number of people admitted to US hospitals with cocaine related emergencies has jumped from around 80,000 in 1990 to nearly double that two years ago.// Working on rabbit hearts, a University of Michigan team have found that taking...

Wound healing made faster

... a team at the Australian University of Technology reports they have been able to raise the effect of a number of key hormones involved in the body's own tissue-repair system by assembling them into a wound-healing "complex". The researchers believe that although the complex occurs in nature, a current esta...

Fright could be more harmful

... having a devastating effect. Already, there are reports of mass illness - on 29 September, paint fumes set off a bioterrorism scare at a school in Washington State, sending 16 students and a teacher to the hospital. Just after the beginning of the current anthrax scare a liquid, which turned out to be win...

Pollution- hazardous for diabetics

...s that people with diabetes should check pollution reports and be wary on days when particulate exposure is likely to be high....

Snoring could be a warning

...to get blood pressure down. New Scientist magazine reports that a team from Umea University in Sweden have discovered that breathing problems that cause snoring may be a risk factor. Dr Franklin and colleagues gave questionnaires to 453 pregnant women. While only 4% reported frequent snoring before pregnan...

'Disprin Plus' is now 'Disprin Paracetamol'

...bsequent to the launch of Disprin Plus, there were reports citing instances of concern from doctors and consumers regarding the use of the suffix 'Plus' along with the brand-name, Mr. Barua said. "This matter was also taken up by the drug aythorities and the company was advised to address this concern.// Ta...

Night borns' risk

...or neonatal care.The observations confirm previous reports that infants born at night have a higher chance of early death//, in the first six days, than those born during the daytime. The research, published in the British Medical Journal, revealed there had been no improvement over the past two decades. I...

Armpit odour enhances mood

...ence of hormones in sweat which signal aggression, reports "New Scientist" magazine. Denise Chen, at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia recruited 30// volunteers in six different age categories - young girls and boys, young adult men and women, and men and women in their 70s. The volunteers ...

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