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Antibiotics Dangerous for Diarrhoea in Children Caused by E.Coli

...ly in children after a gastrointestinal infection, begins with vomiting and bloody diarrhea and can ultimately result in kidney failure. Based on this new study, physicians should avoid giving antibiotics to children with E. coli infections, principal author of the study Dr. Philip I. stated....

How do babies understand language?

...nguage finds it even difficult to say where a word begins or ends, but children learn to adapt to strange languages in just one or two years.Brent and his colleagues have shown that babies do in fact learn from isolated words. The researchers analyzed hours of recorded speech from eight mothers to their bab...

Gene therapy restores sight

...s severe rapid onset of blindness, a process which begins before birth so infants are born partially blind. Bennett's team injected the eyeballs of dogs born with LCA with cells modified to contain the appropriate functional genes which restored the animals' sight.Humans are next"This is a dog model of a h...

Contraceptives decreases Libido

...re-menstrual, or luteal phase, just before a woman begins her period. In all the researchers looked at 60 women aged 18 to 40, and asked them to try to identify six distinctive substances - anise, musk-ketone, clove, pyridine, citrus and ammonia. Dr Claire lead researcher said: "Our data seem to show that...

Is Smallpox Threat Real ?

...h flat red lesions, but then become pus-filled and begins to crust in the second week. The threat of smallpox as a bioterrorist weapon is real and health officials are doing everything they can to "keep the citizens of our nation safe" from such an attack, the head of the National Institutes of Health sai...

More about HIV

... to destroy HIV and replace T cells until the body begins to lose its uphill battle. Eventually, so much vir...tibody test may not be positive. The immune system begins to respond by producing antibodies and cytotoxic lymphocytes.Stage II: Clinically Asymptomatic Stage...

Cinnamon combats Diabetes

...nt than insulin-dependent diabetes, which normally begins earlier in life and requires a regimen of blood testing and insulin injections. It happens when cells in the body normally responsible for dealing with excess blood sugar lose their ability to respond to insulin, the hormone which instructs them to p...

Hidden influenza virus protein found

...cules the virus creates once in infects a cell and begins replicating.They form when the process that translates viral genes into proteins goes wary, Yewdell explains. In other words, junk peptides result from genetic mistakes. The immune system cells of mice, in fact, did recognise one of the peptides.Whe...

Why skin sags

...of the skin. When this starts to deteriorate, skin begins to sag and wrinkle. Professor Antony Young and his colleagues from Guys, Kings and St Thomas' School of Medicine, in London, measured concentrations of the gene MMP-1, which breaks down collagen. Professor Young said: "Smokers have more wrinkles an...

High Cholesterol linked to Alzheimer’s diseas

...mer's is a degenerative brain disease that usually begins gradually, causing a person to forget recent events or familiar tasks. How rapidly it advances varies from person to// person, but the disease eventually leads to confusion, personality and behavior changes and impaired judgment. Communication become...

The route to fertilization

...sulting in the development of an embryo.He says,it begins with the build-up of nitric oxide gas inside the sperm.// The research is based on the sex lives of male and female sea urchins - spiny, purple invertebrates found in the Pacific Ocean just a few yards from Epel's laboratory on California's Montere...

Chemical in Gila monster's saliva yields Alzheimer drug

...mer's is a degenerative brain disease that usually begins gradually, causing a person to forget recent events or familiar tasks. The disease eventually leads// to confusion, personality and behavior changes and impaired judgment. Communication becomes more difficult as the disease progresses, leaving those ...

Early Warning System For Breast Cancer

...angerously aggressive breast cancer long before it begins to spread, and identify the need for aggressive treatment.// A test to detect the protein is still more than a year away from clinical trials. But promising early results show that RhoC can serve as a marker for breast tumors. RhoC, whose full name...

Gene therapy restores sight

...s severe rapid onset of blindness, a process which begins before birth so infants are born partially blind. Bennett's team injected the eyeballs of dogs born with LCA with cells modified to contain the appropriate functional genes which restored the animals' sight.Humans are next"This is a dog model of a h...

New technique for heart enlargement

... instead of after puberty when hypertrophy usually begins to develop. Advances like this one may make a difference with this disease as well as help us understand and prevent sudden death in our population, particularly in young athletes....

Scan correlates susceptible heart plaque

...isease. The build up of plaque - atherosclerosis - begins many years before any symptoms occur.// The plaque narrows the arteries, and may eventually crack, instigating formation of a clot which will then cause a heart attack. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medical School now report that positron emission t...

Heart attack risk starts at 20

...of the panel, observed that heart disease actually begins in teenage years,// and there certainly is an oppo...e July 16 issue of the journal Circulation. "Risk begins at an earlier age than age 40 or 50 ... and this is an attempt to move the focus back to early adult...

Vacuum device increase breasts

... who does not have a full time job, or someone who begins to use the device immediately after work and is able to sleep in it, Greco said. Those who obtain the roughly $2,000 device from an authorized physician and are not satisfied with the results or with the inconvenience, however, will not be able to o...

Flesh-eating virus

...es concentrated in Glasgow. The disease commonly begins in an established wound or broken skin before penetrating the tissues beneath the skin, causing blisters to form. Flu-like symptoms and diarrhoea can also occur, with patients developing toxic shock syndrome as the disease spreads to the underlying t...

Treating acne with laser

...back, and upper arms and shoulders. Acne typically begins in adolescence, although onset in the twenties or thirties is common. One approach to treating acne is to target the bacteria that produces the inflammation associated iwth acne known as Propionobacterium Acnes, or P. Acnes. P. acnes releases porphy...

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