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New treatment for diabetics

...cannot move blood sugar into the cells. Sugar then builds up in the bloodstream and causes health problems. Type 2 diabetes can be controlled by regular exercise and diet control, though some also need extra insulin. However Desai sad that it will need a lot more testing before diabetic patients can use it...

Dangers from lead

...of the children at age 2.Experts believe that lead builds up in the bones when people are exposed to the metal over a period of time. It can they stay in the bones for at least 15 years. So their prediction is that even if women were exposed when they were teenagers, they would still be at risk well into t...

Stretching the muscles doesn't make them more resilient

...He thinks that repeated brisk, good exercise alone builds up resistance to muscle damage: “The only best way to prevent soreness is to get soeness.”...

Same molecule found in meat, milk, tumors

...gainst Neu5Gc." It could be that the damage only builds up over years -- and that as people live longer, the consequences make themselves felt. "However, we are now living longer and the question arises whether the gradual accumulation of Neu5Gc and the simultaneous presence of antibodies against could ...

Low Fat Dairy Products Ideal For Patients With Gout

Gout results when too much uric acid builds up in the connective tissue and causes inflammatory arthritis.New research suggests say no to meat and yes // to low-fat dairy if you want to avoid gout. The study showed diets rich in dairy products and low in beef, pork, lamb and seafood may help...

Acupunture relieves pain and improves function in knee Osteoarthritis

...pared to baseline assessments. "This trial, which builds upon our previous NCCAM-funded research, establishes that acupuncture is an effective complement to conventional arthritis treatment and can be successfully employed as part of a multidisciplinary approach to treating the symptoms of osteoarthritis,"...

In Search Of A New Drug To Target Cholesterol

... it being warehoused inside the arteries, where it builds up as plaque and can cause heart attacks and strok...helps cholesterol travel to the arteries, where it builds up into the deadly plaque. After studying mice who were genetically altered not to produce ACAT2 re...

In Search Of A New Drug To Target Cholesterol

... it being warehoused inside the arteries, where it builds up as plaque and can cause heart attacks and strok...helps cholesterol travel to the arteries, where it builds up into the deadly plaque. After studying mice who were genetically altered not to produce ACAT2 re...

Junk Food Causes High Level Of Insulin Resistance In Children

...ucose from entering your cells. The unused glucose builds up in your blood, a condition called hyperglycemia For more information: http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo/diabetes_about.htm...

Hypertension can be caused by Inhalation of Salt

... kidneys. The kidneys filter less fluid, and waste builds up in the blood. The kidneys may fail altogether. Heart Attack: High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart attack. The arteries bring oxygen-carrying blood to the heart muscle. If the heart cannot get enough oxygen, chest pain, also know...

A Mirror Miracle!

...in that change their reflectivity as cancer marker builds up in the bloodstream. The reflectivity can be checked by firing an infra red beam at the mirror through the skin and measures of the reflected light are taken. The team heads Roger and Leigh say," getting the optical properties of mirror rights...

Womb may have impact upon Blood Pressure

... blood pressure. The risk of disease in adulthood builds up over a lifetime and experts don't know to what degree fetal programming influences the eventual likelihood of disease, but they believe it is considerable. ``The sort of calculations that have been done would suggest that it's certainly a bigger e...

Reducing The Risk Of Death In Sickle Cell Disease

...n, so they can’t carry as much blood. The pressure builds up and the heart has to work harder trying to force the blood through. Eventually the heart can’t keep up and patients become tired, dizzy and short of breath. A new study pinpoints a major complication in adults with sickle cell disease that can of...

Diabetic Amputation May Reduce If Free Screenings Are There

...n other areas of their body. Over time, the plaque builds up in the arteries and blocks the smaller arteries first, such as in the legs. This causes decreased blood flow to the legs, which can result in pain when walking, and eventually gangrene and amputation. Eventually the larger arteries, such as tho...

Treatment for Cystic Fibrosis in the future

...mucus to become thick, dry and sticky. //The mucus builds up and clogs passages in the lungs, pancreas and other organs in the body. There is no cure for cystic fibrosis. Management of the disease varies from person to person and generally focuses on treating respiratory and digestive problems to prevent ...

Teens not interested in early sleep

... part of the story the mechanism in the brain that builds up sleep pressure is working at a different rate in adolescents than in pre-pubescent children and the results of the study show that when children are little, their sleep pressure rises faster so they fall asleep early, but when it's slower, like it...

Another Potential Of Stem Cells Discovered: Used For Growing Cartilage

... carried out by a team at Imperial College London, builds on an earlier collaboration between medical researchers and engineers at Imperial College. The team had previously developed the bioactive scaffold, which was used as a scaffold to grow the stem cells on. Dr Archana Vats, first author of ...

A Step Towards Unraveling The Schizophrenia And Depression Mystery

...play an important role in how the brain thinks and builds memories, but had not previously been linked to mental disorder. In addition, researchers have discovered that DISC1 acts as a regulator for PDE4B, creating a 'pathway' between the two genes. "It is now clear that the DISC1 gene plays an important ...

The many facets of milk and its health potential

...y Prof. Mattick, "This strategic national alliance builds on the potential, capacity and strengths of the IMB as an internationally competitive research organisation meeting the industry demand for commercially driven relevant outcomes," ...

Obesity could lead to Alzheimer's

...gh levels of beta-amyloid, the sticky protein that builds up on the brain of Alzheimer's sufferers. The protein is thought to play a major part in the destruction of nerve cells in the brain and is linked to the behavioral and memory problems associated with the disease. Alzheimer's is a form of dementi...

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