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The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...learn to distinguish between fact and fiction. The bottom line as they say is alls well that ends well...

Male infertility in relation to pesticide

...st likely to have a very low sperm output - in the bottom 25 per cent of the male population. What's more, sperm concentration, output and morphology were all significantly worse in men who were more frequently exposed to the chemicals. Changes in the level of reproductive hormones in the blood were also se...

Prescription Drug Use Varies Widely Between States

...ado, Minnesota, Oregon and Vermont appeared in the bottom five 12 times or more and never appeared among the top five for any therapy class. Variation in non-chronic therapy classes was greatest for cough/cold/allergy medications and in chronic classes for calcium channel blockers. Louisiana had the highes...

New viewpoint on Hypertension

...gh blood pressure focussing not just on the top or bottom figure but on the difference between them....

Down syndrome life anticipation doubles

...d as vigorously as in others, and they were on the bottom of the list for cardiac surgery until the mid 1980s. Growing up at home has meant better healthcare, better nutrition and a better lifestyle." Down syndrome is caused by an extra copy of chromosome 21 and occurs in one in every 600 babies throughout...

Ideal therapy for warts

...re on such visible parts of the body. Warts on the bottom of the feet or near finger-or toenails can be painful. Many treatments developed over the years have claimed to cure warts, but scientific evidence on their worth has been lacking. Researchers reviewed studies available on warts in an attempt to det...

The Benefits Of A Stretch

... soreness. Thus researchers conclude saying, “The bottom line is stretching does not reduce risk of injury, may make muscles weaker, probably doesn’t improve performance, but may improve body image and save employers money....

The Importance Of Skin Cancer Screening

...lt-to-see areas of the body -- such as the back or bottom -- are often missed by patients until they’ve progressed to a more dangerous stage. According to researchers who surveyed about 250 patients in dermatology or general medicine clinics, nearly 90 percent were willing to undergo a full-body skin exami...

Hollywood Actress Hunter criticises Hatcher for weight loss.

...ht apparently have to choose between their face or bottom In an interesting comment on weight loss , the supermodel Rachel Hunter has criticized "Desperate Housewives" // actress Terri Hatcher on her recent weight loss. Hunter said that Hatcher's face looked older as a result of her dangerously slim body...

Minor Improvement In Child Sex Ratio In Haryana

...abysmally low ratio of 819, which placed it at the bottom of all states on the child sex ratio parameter. Madan said that the improvement could be due to the strengthening of system of the birth and death registration at primary health centres instead of the earlier procedure of doing it at police stations...

Are You Ill? Have A Hard Laugh!

...ly patients should feel the urge to laugh from the bottom of their hearts,' she said, adding: 'For some people, however, such as those who suffer from depression, it can be difficult to feel amused.' The therapists try to make their patients laugh, but they are not comedians, Takayanagi said. 'The license...

High Levels Of Noise In Work Place Found To Increase Blood Pressure

...s 120/80 mm Hg. The top number is systolic and the bottom is diastolic. The fact that people spend most of their time at work adds concern about blood pressure that forms an important part of health. Furthermore, it remains elevated even if the noise levels decline after outside of work. The study analyze...

‘Miracle’ HIV Cure Claim Under Scrutin

...normous interest to science, we need to get to the bottom ofit'....

Romantic Relationships Make People Happy

...happiness and more distress," she explained. The bottom line, say the Cornell researchers, is that having a romantic relationship makes both men and women happier, and the stronger the relationship's commitment, the greater the happiness and sense of well-being of the partners. --IANS...

Moderate Exercise Is Good For The Heart: Study

...no additional rat deaths occurred, he said. "The bottom line is if the animals are exercised too hard, they will die," he said. "But when exercised moderately, in this case at barely more than a walk, the results were striking." "Our study, coupled with several human studies conducted elsewhere, shows a...

Understanding “The Brain

...ds to all the objects like concavity on the top or bottom or convexity is triggered. After a few milliseconds the neurons begin to recognize the combination of the pattern. This can be compared to the artisan who initially bring together discrete shard of stained glass to produce a design. The research...

New Treatment Offers Hope For Lung Cancer Patients

... the currently existing treatment modality. 'The bottom line is that even patients generally considered as having incurable disease have some hope. Even that small window of hope can help people cope with things much better. But ... we need longer follow-up to recommend it as a standard treatment,' conclu...

More Spending Does Not Ensure Better Healthcare

... Nova Scotia, even though it was rated at the very bottom of the performance list. Canada has been ranked at 11th when in comparison to other industrialized nations, while Japan was the first. Even though the country ranked well with a low AIDS rate, it fell behind with regard to breast, lung, and colorecta...

Depression More Likely To Affect Parents, Rather Than Non-Parents

...e to worry about than other people do - that's the bottom line," Simon said. "And that worry does not diminish over time. Parents worry about their kids' emotional, social, physical and economic well-being. One of the most interesting findings of the study is that there is no type of parent that reports l...

Excessive Belly Fat Could Increase Risk Of Gallstones In Women

...iated with a risk of heart disease, she added.'The bottom line is that women should control their weight,' Wilson said....

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