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Humming helps sinusitis

...ing could be a natural way of keeping sinusitis at bay in those at danger. Sinusitis affects up to 12 per cent of the US population, often occurring after a cold. It is a grievous condition involving blockage// of the area between the nasal cavity and the sinuses, and it oftensreoccurs. Researchers in S...

Strong possibility of delaying the progress of Alzheimer’s exist

...s have reported that drugs will be able to hold at bay the progress of Alzheimer’s. This is especially true when the patients are suffering from mild cognitive impairment. The family of the patients need to be involved as they will have to get the patient to a medical professional and start on the medica...

Apollo Hospitals Short-listed to Provide Diagnostics in the UK

...ilities 'on site' in the UK and this would keep at bay any rancor in terms of losing local jobs to outsourcing, he explained. The NHS is not selling any of its facilities. Healthcare companies looking to participate in the NHS' outsourcing initiative will have to set up its own facilities to supplement...

Exercise keeps ‘Alzheimer’s Awa’

...: Regular exercise can keep Alzheimer’s disease at bay according to a recent study done in the UK. Exercise flushes out the toxic chemical that causes this degenerative disease of the brain in the elderly // population. Exercise replaces the toxic molecules with beneficial ones that protect the nerve ...

Canadians Need To Check Their BP to Avoid Cardiovascular Complications

... food and vegetables. Those that are to be kept at bay are high fat dairy products, food rich in saturated fat and high in salt content. Regular physical exercise for 30 to 60 minutes is essential to maintain the blood pressure. Dr. Peter Liu of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research said the expande...

Scientists Uncover The Secret Behind The Speed In Nerve cells Conduction

...ipments of chemical freight. SNAREs form a docking bay for cartons of chemicals encased in their own fatty membranes. "Nerve cells are one of the few cells in our bodies in which vesicles are prepositioned at the cell membrane, because they have to be ready to release neurotransmitter to the next nerve...

p53, the Guardian of Our Genome

...the mice model shows that the gene keeps cancer at bay and also alters the ageing process. Larry Donehower of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston created some mice without the gene and found that they later developed cancer. In another set he modified the gene and the mice were protected against cancer...

Benefits Of Aromatherapy

...sea and vomiting.Masculine scents - Scents such as bay laurel and ylang-ylang appeal to men for their deep scent. They also treat skin rashes, rheumatism and stomach ailments. Source: M. D. Anderson Cancer Center SIDEBAR 2: EVERYDAY AROMATHERAPY USES Muscle Relaxation Bath Salts - 2 cups of Epsom ...

Explosion Of Rat Population Poses Health Threat In UK

...ffairs said the rodent population could be kept at bay by keeping bins covered and clean. PRI...

Are Dietary Supplements Empty Promises?

... with the fond hope that it would keep diseases at bay and extend life. Research conducted on Vitamin E seems to dismiss all claims of enhancing cardiovascular health. Ginkgo biloba, another dietary supplement boasts of memory improvement, but research does not support these claims. Pills rich in anti...

Sea Massage for French Wines

Perched on rocks on the Saint Malo bay in western France, a bunch of sea-freak winemakers...otal, 600 bottles were submerged a year ago in the bay known for its strong tides, placed in slatted wooden crates that allow for the passage of undersea c...

Remicade Responders Maintain Improvement

... reduces UC symptoms and keeps disease activity at bay over time may reduce the impact of the disease on patients' work status and productivity." About the ACT Long-Term Extension Patients with moderate to severe UC, defined as a baseline Mayo score ≥ 6 and ≤ 12, who were unresponsive to or...

Yoga Helps to Combat Depression, Anxiety

...when it comes to keeping depression and anxiety at bay . Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and McLean Hospital have found that practicing yoga may elevate brain gamma-aminobutyric (GABA) levels, the brain's primary inhibitory neurotransmitter. Using magnetic resonance spectro...

Thymus Transplants Give Hope to Babies With Fatal Immune Disease

...lantation as physicians work to keep infections at bay as the child's immune system develops. In Dave'yana's case, Harding returned to the hospital in Missouri after about a month. She received treatment for a viral infection at the Children's Hospital of St. Louis for four months after which her immune ...

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