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Domestic Violence in Australia Leads to Number of Suicides

..... because it indicates where you can get the most bang for your buck in prevention". With national elections not far away, the data has also begun to be a subject of hot debate in political circles. Labor health spokeswoman Nicola Roxon said the report showed preventable diseases "remain a huge threa...

Common Anaesthetic Drug Can Kill Brain Cells

... me, a big dose of isoflurane mimics a stroke or a bang to the head, and you don't want that as a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease at any age,' said Rudolph Tanzi of the Massachusetts General Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease who led the study. Tanzi's team exposed cells that had an amyloid-bet...

Sit-Ups and Sundaes Don't Mix: Diet With Exercise Works Best

...t your nutritional intake because there’s a bigger bang for your buck from modifying nutrition than there is with physical activity," Shaw said. The review of 43 trials appears in the current issue of The Cochrane Library, a publication of The Cochrane Collaboration, an international organization that e...

What does High-fiber Foods Really do?

... mucus is good When you eat high-fiber foods, they bang up against the cells lining the gastrointestinal tract, rupturing their outer covering. What we are saying is this banging and tearing increases the level of lubricating mucus. It's a good thing.’ Although the fact that consuming roughage increases...

Sperm Cells attracted By Ovary Scent, Even in Weakened State

...racking the faintest of scents. //Sperm cells were bang on target, even when ovary extracts were extremely diluted. "Sperm are known to exhibit chemotaxis toward extracts from various female reproductive organs, but the role of chemotaxis in reproduction is not known," said IUB Associate Professor of Ch...

Free HIV Tests far more cost effective than small fee

...ee HIV testing and counseling provides outstanding bang for your buck. "Right now there is a lot of emphasis on treatment, which is appropriate, but prevention is also important, and HIV testing clearly helps to avert HIV infections. For every $92 invested in free HIV testing and counselling at an organiz...

A breather for nuts in health

... Association (ADA). "With nuts, you get a lot of bang for your buck. You get protein, you get minerals, you get healthy fat and fiber," says an ADA spokeswoman. Adding: "Nuts also are a fun food. You feel like you're cheating, but you're not." A word of caution though: Nuts are a calorie-dense food and ...

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