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Smokers Blow Their Infants Health into Thin Air

...t one of thousands of potentially harmful nicotine byproducts that can accumulate in infants' bodies. 'Our findings clearly show that by accumulating cotinine, babies become heavy passive smokers secondary to the active smoking of parents,' Dr. Mike Wailoo of the University of Leicester and colleagues write i...

Gender Linked to Development of Skin Cancer

...lp repair damaged DNA and also help clean up toxic byproducts of injured tissue. She discovered significant differences between the two groups. The male mice registered a weaker inflammatory response than did the females, as measured by the thickness of their skin and myeloperoxidase levels. They also had mor...

Gender Linked to Development of Skin Cancer

...lp repair damaged DNA and also help clean up toxic byproducts of injured tissue. She discovered significant differences between the two groups. The male mice registered a weaker inflammatory response than did the females, as measured by the thickness of their skin and myeloperoxidase levels. They also had mo...

Worldwide Parkinson's Cases To Double In Next 25 Years

...ases such as Parkinson’s is one of the unfortunate byproducts of development. Economic growth and the corresponding improvements in health care and education are increasing the life expectancy of individuals in the developing world. In terms of the rise in chronic diseases, the key factor is not overall popul...

Party Over –now Its How to Get Ove’ the Hangove!

...s, that have more ‘congeners’. Congeners are toxic byproducts of the fermentation process and are seen more in the more aged drinks, comment experts.Being cautious certainly helps before you reach out for the next cup of wine that is so enticing. Remember prevention is even better than a stitch in time that sav...

Olive Oil Addition in Diet may Cut Cancer Risk

...age to DNA cells. Oxidative damages occurs when byproducts of metabolism called reactive oxygen species overwhelm the body`s antioxidant defenses. Olive oil contains a number of compounds, called phenols, believed to act as powerful antioxidants. SRI...

Exposure To Dioxins Affects Male Reproductive System

...e reproductive tract disorders. They are formed as byproducts of processes such as incineration, smelting, paper and pulp manufacturing and pesticide and herbicide production. Humans are exposed to these chemicals primarily through consumption of animal fat and dairy products. Babies are exposed to the highes...

Biomarkers Found Harmful For Human Lupus

...onstrated that the response to bacterial and viral byproducts induce B-cell activation through the epigenetic mechanism,' he said. These changes lead to activation of the histone deacetylase enzymes. The HDIs stop this activation. Working with Mishra on this project is Isaac Snowhite, Ph.D., of Wake Forest. ...

Drugs Activating PXR May Help In Treating Niemann-Pick type C disease

...s activated by PXR may help cells break down toxic byproducts of excessive cholesterol buildup. Researchers determined that both of the treatments they used can activate PXR. To establish definitive proof of the link between PXR and successful treatment of NPC, they have now created a mouse line that has the...

Effects Of Certain Food Related To Single Pain Receptors

...the environment, like tobacco, vehicle exhaust and byproducts of certain chemo receptor drugs used for treatment of cancer, arthritis etc. The researchers say that they have identified the new receptor (TRPAI) to help in developing new medications for pain and also for treating diseases caused by environmenta...

Regular light exercise slows down aging of the brain

...Alert. More active rats were found to have fewer byproducts of oxidative stress in their brains. Fats known as lipids that help stabilisestabilize cell membranes, and DNA, the molecule that contains our the genetic blueprint, both better withstood the rigoursrigors of time. "The DNA for of these animals af...

Vitamin C reverses pre eclampsia

...s hypothesis. Free radicals are molecules that are byproducts of the body's normal processes. Because free radicals react strongly with many types of other molecules, they can damage body tissues. However the good news is that vitamin C reverse the problem by its anti oxidant role. Along with vitamin ...

Light Cigarettes - Not So Light?

A research which examined the tobacco byproducts in the urine samples of smokers found out that peo...ference was found in the amount of these dangerous byproducts in smokers’ urine, regardless of the type of cigarettes they smoked nor there was any difference in ...

Same molecule found in meat, milk, tumors

...ch has focused on the fat content of animal fat or byproducts of cooking meat as the cause of disease.Researchers developed an antibody -- an immune system targeting protein -- that would hook onto Neu5Gc. The team found Neu5Gc in human tumor samples and to a much lower degree in healthy tissue. More tests sho...

Vegetables decrease Tobacco Toxins

... colleagues measured urine concentrations of three byproducts of tobacco: two called NNAL and NNAL-Gluc, and a third called cotinine. People who ate fewer than two servings of cruciferous vegetables a week had higher urinary concentrations of the tobacco toxins but the levels begin to drop when people consume ...

Link between chlorine byproducts and pregnancy risks

...been drinking tap water contaminated with chemical byproducts from chlorine. Chlorine is commonly used to disinfect drinking water.// When it is added to water that contains organic matter such as runoff from farms or lawns, however, it can form compounds such as chloroform that can cause illness. The study r...

Risk for Pregnant Women

...l Working Group (EWG), high levels of chlorination byproducts (CBPs) in drinking water put pregnant women at a h...t plant means water contaminated with chlorination byproducts coming out of your tap," Jane Houlihan, EWG's research director, said in a statement. "The solution ...

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