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Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...m to know all at a very young age and many parents complain that their kids are actually going over the edge, right in front of their eyes. While the topic itself is so intense that a thesis can be done on this, people are now wondering how they can make kids more docile and gentle and less aggressive. In...

The cocaine danger

...ciently. The chest pains which many cocaine users complain of is due to the drug sending coronary arteries into spasm, researchers say.Researchers say cocaine is now so widespread that cocaine users presenting with chest pains are beginning to drain hospital resources. One drug abuse expert at St Mary's Hosp...

Gardeners, Beware of your back!

...e showed that nearly 40 per cent of those surveyed complain of back problems. Out of this, nearly 45 per cent admitted that the back pain was a result of gardening. The number was even higher, at 55 per cent, among those in the 35 plus age group. The survey also showed that six out of 10 people claimed that t...

Fear of the dark could be more than just fear!

Researchers have found that children who complain that they are afraid of the dark, may have night blindness, a diagnosis that can be easily missed. They said that parents who do not monitor their children's night time behaviours and who do not have a family history of visual problems may miss the r...

Depression Weighs Heaviest on the Elderly

...this as "depression without sadness." A person may complain that his food doesn't taste good, that he's not sleeping and that he is having trouble remembering things and making decisions. Memory and other cognitive problems may combine to make the person seem to have dementia, says Dr. Howard Berkowitz, dir...

Don’t Blame the High Heels

...me people reach age 65, twice as many women as men complain of the problem. This has led investigators to speculate a lifetime of wearing high heels may be to blame. Little formal research exists, however, to confirm that theory. For this study researchers compared 29 women between ages 50 and 70 who were a...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

Many patients being treated for cancer complain of feeling weak and tired,// and doctors often prescribe an anemia treatment to relieve these symptoms. A new study suggests that may not be a good idea. Since anemia has been associated with worse prognosis after radiotherapy, the doctors assumed t...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

Many patients being treated for cancer complain of feeling weak //and tried, and doctors often prescribe an anemia treatment to relieve these symptoms. A new study suggests that may not be a good idea. Since anemia has been associated with worse prognosis after radiotherapy, the doctors assumed t...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients Might Not be a Good Idea.

Many patients being treated for cancer complain of feeling weak and tried, and doctors often prescribe //an anemia treatment to relieve these symptoms however a new study suggests otherwise. Since anemia has been associated with worse prognosis after radiotherapy, the doctors assumed the treatmen...

Brain Scans Help Predict Alzheimer's Disease

...to assess the use of PET scans in older people who complain of mild memory problems. Alzheimer's disease is a growing health problem, impacting about 4 million people in the United States. Optimal treatment depends on catching the disease in its earliest stages, but that has proved difficult. However, recent...

Antipsychotic Drug Linked to Pulmonary Embolism

...ns. After 10 weeks of treatment, the man began to complain of respiratory pain. A clinical examination showed no shortness of breath, fever, or other factors normally associated with respiratory disease. A lung scan, however, found a pulmonary embolism in the man’s left lower lobe. He was put on standard ant...

Women Worse Affected By Chronic Cough

...okers who were observed to be coughing but did not complain of cough. The study shows significantly more women than men in the chronic cough group reported physical and extreme physical complaints, such as headache, painful breathing, and nausea. Women with chronic cough who seek medical treatment were more...

Viagra Also Found To Be Effective For Treatment of Lung Diseases

...ethod lowers the infection risk, but many patients complain of pain. The drug was approved in 2002. The first oral drug, approved in 2001, was Tracleer from Actelion; it inhibits endothelin, a hormone that helps constrict blood vessels. Though much cheaper than the two other approved drugs, Tracleer can cau...

Zinc Supplements Found To Be Effective In Treating Children With ADHD

.... Kids taking zinc were three-times more likely to complain of nausea, but the frequency of other side effects did not differ between the two groups. Nearly all of the kids taking zinc complained of the metallic taste of the supplements. Thus researchers conclude that ADHD children with zinc deficiency might...

Life Quality For Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

...re likely than people in the general population to complain of emotional or mental health problems. They also had similar scores with regards to pain and social functioning. Researchers say they believe these results suggest the need for more study to identify other factors that might be playing a role in qu...

Hearing Problems Of Middle Age Are Affecting The Younger Generation

...ng when someone speaks in a whisper? 3) Do people complain that you turn up the volume too much when watching television or listening to music? 4) Do you have difficulty following conversation in a noisy environment? 5) Do you avoid groups of people because of hearing difficulty? 6) Have your friends or f...

Sleeping Boy Does A Rip Van Winkle

...nature's call. The boy's mother says Arup used to complain of drowsiness initially and then sank into a long slumber in September last year. Alok Manna, the boy's father who is a mechanical engineer posted at Jamshedpur, has taken him for treatment to Kolkata, Vellore in Tamil Nadu and Cuttack in Orissa bu...

Obesity And Chronic Fatigue Related To Snoring

...y 42-48 percent of patients without these symptoms complain of snoring. In three multiple regression analyses, percent of time snoring, average loudness, and peak loudness are all significantly predicted by AHI (Apnea Hypopnea Index), BMI, and age. Daytime sleepiness was strongly predicted by percent time sno...

Age Can Changes Symptoms Of Sinusitis

... with age. The younger patients are more likely to complain of facial pain or headache, have allergic rhinitis, and have anatomic obstruction of the OMU. The older patients report more dysosmia on presentation and are more likely to have nasal polyposis. The vast majority of the patients in the study and in...

Antibiotics Given Too Often For Sore Throat: Study

...are prescribed antibiotics all too often when they complain of sore throat//. This mistake can be avoided by administering a simple test for strep throat, says an eight-year study published in the Journal of American Medical Association. As many as 53 percent of the estimated 7.3 million American children wi...

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