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Antibiotics Helps Autism

...autism. Currently there are no treatments for this complex condition. Researchers from Rush-Presbyterian-St. ...are still many questions to be answered about this complex condtion....

El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...s of bacteria-bearing zooplankton. But it took a complex model that could account for all contributing factors while discounting insignificant correlations --as well as month-by-month records of cholera cases -- to prove the link. Data on cholera incidence, which normally can rise and fall twice each year ...

Consensus on "Combination Therapy" for Breast Cancer

...time, making treatment decisions has become a more complex process for them and their physicians due to a growing list of effective options."...

Detecting anomalies in heart rythm

... dynamics, which describe heart rhythm- as an open complex system. This gives a better chance of detecting temporal changes in heartbeat rhythm and placing them in the context of the individual patients' health. The reliability of its prediction has been tested in collaboration with practising physicians...

Alerts for safety of heart device

...cturing of devices increase, they are getting more complex and more chances to malfunction. Nevertheless, having a safety warning is a worry for the patient and supplying a replacement is costly. With the growing population, it is likely that more devices will be fitted and it is important that manufacturers...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...e activity of the ovaries. In the adipose tissue a complex biochemical mechanism takes place through which the androgens become in estrone and estradiol. This way obesity and estrogens constitute an explosive couple able to trigger dangerous pathologic mechanisms. The leptine is the hormone of the obesity ...

Wound healing made faster

...mplex". The researchers believe that although the complex occurs in nature, a current established opinion th...nised.//After testing their artificially assembled complex on skin cells, the researchers were surprised to find that not only did it initiate a normal injury ...

Caffeine keeps soldiers sharp

...rformance for military servicemen who must perform complex tasks or who need help staying alert for longer periods of time, according to a new report by the National Academy of Sciences. The report, by the academy's Institute of Medicine, found that 100 to 600 mg of caffeine, the equivalent of one to six cup...

Breakfast improves memory

... by those whose calories came from fat. Given that complex carbohydrates have other health benefits, the study suggests that a bowl of whole grain cereal, fruit, or a couple of slices of toast, might be the best breakfast for your body and your mind....

The cancer-fighting gene

...f DNA damage.Researchers know that the ends of the complex protein are particularly susceptible to mutations implicated in breast and ovarian cancer.A team of researchers led by University of Washington professor Rachel Klevit, using nuclear magnetic resonance imaging techniques, has been focusing its invest...

High-protein diets may pose health risks

... several types of cancer, he adds. A diet high in complex carbohydrates that includes fruits, vegetables, non-fat dairy products and whole grains has been shown to reduce blood pressure, the statement continues.Limitation of these foods, which are rich in calcium, potassium and magnesium (nutrients associat...

Smoking Linked To Low Infant Birth Weight

...in variant genotypes. Low birth weight is a very complex entity and many environmental and genetic factors may be involved. This study is the first step to understand how genetic susceptibility interacts with environmental exposures to affect infant birth weight. This study will open up new areas of resear...

FDA Approves New surgery Treatment for Farsightedness

...atients who don't want something as invasive or as complex as LASIK. It is also helpful for older patients who might have dry eye or surface epithelial irregularities, which could be exacerbated by LASIK. The average age of patients who undergo LASIK is in the early 40s, while for conductive keratoplasty, t...

No explanation on schizophrenia gene

...efore reaching this conclusion."Schizophrenia is a complex psychiatric disorder," said co-author Dr Ann Pulver of Hopkins University. "It can't be explained by either a single altered gene or a single environmental cause. There are clearly genetic components, but they are likely to be varied and to interact ...

FDA may speed review of new drugs

... same time, it is costing more to review ever more complex drugs - and companies are discovering fewer of them, meaning the FDA is getting fewer industry payments. The result is a shortfall that reached $30 million this yer....

New operation for swallowing problems

...swallow because of paralysis. Swallowing is a very complex operation, involving the co-ordinated action of various of the cranial nerves. One of these, the vagal nerve, controls the swallowing at the upper end of the digestive tract// - that is, above the esophagus, but below the mouth. When this nerve is pa...

Greater volume hospitals better for stroke

...s. The findings on SAH mirror those seen for other complex medical conditions such as coronary bypass and carotid endarterectomy (a surgical procedure done on patients at risk of stroke caused by blood clotting)....

Hormone restrains appetite in man

... injection. However, regulation of appetite is a complex business involving many other hormones. It's not clear that treatment with PYY3-36 alone would be a solution to obesity. Further research is still on....

Gene block keeps mice from increasing weight

...erstanding of diet, obesity and diabetes - and the complex relationship between them. It may even lead to a new treatment for obesity and new approaches for preventing the development of diabetes....

Bacterial discovery may help CF patients

...ginosa creates a biofilm, a soup rich in proteins, complex sugars and DNA. This biofilm plays a vital role in establishing bacterial colonies that are also resistant to antibiotics and the host's immune response," Mattick said. Scientists have known for a while the biofilm of this pathogen has a high DNA co...

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