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Roller coasters – cause “Chronic Headache?

...he headache persisted for nearly 2 months until it became an intolerable episode and she was hospitalized and though MRI findings were not significant, she had to be put on medications to relieve the episode and has to still continue medications to prevent recurrence. Now, that might be a drop in the ocean...

New antibiotic already developing resistance

...report on five cases in which patients' infections became resistant to linezolid, as well. Antibiotic resistance is a major problem worldwide, and hospitals are ground zero since infections and antibiotics are part of everyday life in these settings. Bacteria have an innate ability to mutate, and when they...

HIV did not arise from polio vaccine

...ay, may have been contaminated with the virus that became HIV-1, the strain responsible for most of the world's HIV infections. The Wistar Institute has always denied that any chimp cells were used in manufacturing its OPV. But the fact that mainstream researchers believe HIV arose from the related Simian ...

OBESE LIL' GIRLS !! SWEAT IT OUT OR U MIGHT BE ASTHAMATIC !!!

...antly more likely to be increased" among girls who became obese and overweight between ages 6 and 11 years. "The marked increases in obesity observed during the last 20 years may in part be causing the increase in asthma prevalence observed concomitantly," Dr. Martinez and colleagues propose.They advise tha...

Regular exercise prevents hip fractures

... On the other hand, people who had been active but became sedentary had about twice the risk of hip fracture of those who stayed active. Hence moderate exercise is always welcoming and assuring throughout the life process....

Ecstasy shrinks brain!!-researchers unveil the secrets of MDMA.

...ce methylenedioxymethamphetamine or MDMA.The drug became popular over the past 10 years// among young people attending all-night parties known as "raves." The drug creates a sense of euphoria that lasts for several hours. Dr. Linda Chang, chair of the medical department at Brookhaven National Laboratory,...

Bald head bad health

...had a 23% greater risk, rising to 32% when balding became moderate. Bald men seem to have a greater number of androgen receptors in their scalps , and androgens may contribute to both atheroscelrosis - build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries - and thrombosis, a susceptibility to blood clots.Researchers...

'Prozac miracle' could end in disaster

...hKline on behalf of a group of people who say they became chronically addicted to an antidepressant drug in the same class as Prozac. The case, which has been filed in California, is the first ever to claim damages for addiction against one of the drug companies that have made billions from SSRIs (selective...

Voice may be improved by surgery

...as were most consonants save for 'm' and 'n' which became less 'nasal'. The subjects themselves felt their voice was unchanged. But you don't hear your own voice as others do. Friends and relatives thought that surgery had significantly improved the subjects' voices. A similar effect was seen in patients h...

Wonder drug - could end in disaster

...und that 2 out of 20 healthy volunteers on Lustral became dangerously suicidal. No such effect was found when the volunteers were put on an antidepressant of a different class called reboxetine. "There are risk with these pills and benefits. Doctors need to make sure that the people they give these pills t...

Birds breed viruses

...known to have had contact with poultry before they became ill.// Although it was not possible to establish how every case became infected, it is most likely that the individuals who contracted avian flu did so directly through ex...

Night borns' risk

...preterm births were more serious - a problem which became worse in the 1990s. Between 1990 and 1995, there was a 60% increase in the risk of mortality related to asphyxia in preterm infants born at night, compared to preterm infants born during the day. The Hong Kong study, based on data from the Swedish ...

Nervous disorder being treated

...apy. 19 of the 22 patients who finished the study became less stiff and more mobile, and were able to either walk unassisted, resume work activities, or remain upright without fear of falling.Dr Marinos said IVIg could be a more practical way of treating SPS than the current medication, diazepam....

Breast feeding can alter hormones

...emes after taking in the pheromones - short cycles became significantly shorter, long cycles significantly longer.And she added that the time from the start of the cycle to ovulation, which is not usually shorter than five days, was less than this amount of time in a third of the women who took in the phero...

Heriditary dental disorders

... no apparent defects, but at two weeks their teeth became discolored and eventually fractured, leaving behind small stumps. Specialized study of the animals showed reduced activity of the dspp gene, which produces a protein that is dire for dentin formation. Dentinogenesis imperfecta type II, which affect...

Resurgence Of Botulism

...its expiration date. That same year several people became ill after eating twice-baked potatoes at a Texas restaurant. The botulism organism is destroyed only by heat, freezing or high levels of acidity. It grows quite normally in most people's refrigerators. The appearance in the U.S. of refrigerated read...

AIDS drugs linked to heart attack risk

...g-term effects. Some of these side effects quickly became apparent, including odd rearrangements of body fat and a variety of metabolic abnormalities, such as changes in cholesterol levels. But it was uncertain whether these would eventually lead to extra heart trouble. Some of the strongest evidence of a ...

Scientists found ancient Human Germ Killer

...-like viruses without becoming ill, the UCLA group became interested in the fact that there appeared to be no comparable human defensin. By scanning the human genome, they found a place where the molecular sequences was nearly 90 percent identical to the monkey gene for RTD-1. However, inside the human gen...

Heart bypass-mental decline link

...line than heart-lung patients, but the differences became negligible a year after surgery. Many doctors believe the machine can dislodge tiny bits of fatty plaque from diseased arteries, or cause tiny blood clots or air bubbles to flow to the brain and cause strokes or other brain damage. Researchers said ...

New treatment for muscle spasms

...rapy. 19 of the 23 patients who finished the study became less stiff and more mobile, and were able to either walk unassisted, resume work activities, or remain upright without fear of falling. Dr Dalakas said IVIg could be a more practical way of treating SPS than the current medication, diazepam....

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