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Patients Find Healthy Vein in Old Austrian Mine

...y difficulties had temporarily disappeared or were considerably improved after spending time underground. Following a series of scientific studies on its effects, the mine was reopened in 1952 as what the organisers say is the world's only "health mine." Gernot Strauss, part of the medical team at the centre,...

Ban on Hookah Smoking Should Stay, Argue Doctors

...ce the exposure of non-smokers to tobacco fumes is considerably higher than for cigarette smoking because of the large plume of smoke that the hookah generates. However, it remains to be seen what effect the legislation will have on smoking non-tobacco containing products that still generate a large amount of s...

Divorce Leaves Women Significantly Worse Off Financially Than Men

... new study has found that after divorce, women are considerably worse off money-wise as compared to men . The study of more than 4,000 people has found that while a man's earnings increases, on average, by 11 per cent after he divorces his wife, a woman loses about 17 per cent of her income. Sociologists, who...

Gallstone Gene Discovered by Research Team

...h augments the possibility of developing gallstone considerably (Hepatology No. 46, 11 July 2007, DOI 10.1002/hep.21847). Probably one on ten Europeans has this variant in their genetic disposition. The probability of them developing a gallstone in their life time goes up two to three times higher. The particular...

Src Inhibitors in Breast Cancer Therapy

...ers, the authors found that ER mRNA levels overlap considerably between ER-alphapositive and ER-alphanegative breast cancers. This lack of correlation between ER-alpha mRNA and protein levels pointed to the existence of important post-transcriptional control of ER-alpha expression. They found that ER-alphaneg...

Lobster Shells Have Great Healing and Antiseptic Properties

... Under laboratory conditions, treated seeds showed considerably higher growth speed and percentage of successful germination when compared to non-treated seeds. The research results have been published in international research journals such as Macromol, Food Hydrocolloids, Journal of Applied Polymer Science or...

Adding Folic Acid to Flour Lessens Congenital Malformations

...ew study has found that adding folic acid to flour considerably reduces congenital malformations . The study, conducted by Universit Laval's Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, has suggested that the addition of folic acid to flours has led to a 46 percent slump in the incidence of congenital neural t...

Patients Undergoing Tonsillectomy Shows No Change of Taste

...ulses in the mouth, the sense of taste contributes considerably to flavor perception during eating and drinking and thus plays a major role in the enjoyment of foods and beverages, according to background information in the article. The sense of taste shows little deterioration during aging but can be weakened ...

Intensive Training of Young Tennis Players Causes Spinal Damage

...g injuries among tennis players. Tennis requires considerably more repetitive and rapid rotation and stretching of the lower spine than other sports, say the authors. And the increased speed and types of strokes used in modern tennis all boost wear and tear on the lower back.Training techniques should be mod...

Nutritious Diet Help Improve Childrens Academic Performance

...ldren and adolescents showed that obesity leads to considerably lower emotional, social and school functioning. Prevention and treatment of obesity is an important goal for improving mental and physical health for all children. Healthy eating and exercise are important means of treating and preventing obesity. ...

Genetic Variation may Increase Premenstrual Depression Risk

...ompared to the control group, women with PMDD were considerably more likely to have the ESR1 gene variants. "While these are preliminary findings that require replication in larger studies, we would argue that this may explain part of the variance among women in the susceptibility to developing this mood disord...

Penis Loses Its Most Sensitive Parts During Circumcision Process

...howed that the glands of the uncircumcised men had considerably lower thresholds than that of circumcised men. There were also noteworthy differences in pressure thresholds by location on the penis. The most sensitive location on the circumcised penis was the circumcision scar on the ventral surface. It was incre...

Researchers Identify New Risk Marker for Obese Children

...and his colleagues believe chylomicrons contribute considerably to the development of CVD, they feel more tests need to be done to find out why. They currently don't know if a diet of sugary, high-fat foods is the sole cause of high levels of apoB48 in children or if high levels of apoB48 are the result of a gene...

New Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatments Found Cost-effective

...o exemestane after two to three years of tamoxifen considerably improves disease-free survival compared to tamoxif...emotherapy treatment has been projected to improve considerably the long-term survival of early HER2-positive breast cancers. Dr. Louis Garrison, Jr of the Universi...

Best-performing Hospitals Has Reduced Cardiovascular Mortality

...of the study, their overall performance still lags considerably behind the best-performing hospitals. If all of the 513 study hospitals in the 19 states studied performed at the level of the best-performing hospitals during the years 2003 through 2005, 15,925 deaths among women hospitalized for cardiovascular d...

An Indigenous Treatment Plan Offered by the Labor on Child Welfare

... solution, it would take a long-term commitment of considerably more than six months. I think we all recognise just how urgent the problem is.The levels of child abuse that were identified in the Northern Territory report just a week or so ago, do really say to all of us that we've failed in the past, I think b...

Man Accused of Spreading HIV Granted Bail in Australia

...responsibility to the health of others has changed considerably during the period of the isolation order," Klestadt said. Kuoth had received counseling at the time through an interpreter. "Of course, if there is any suggestion or any allegation that he has returned to his previous alleged conduct, I would expec...

Adopting Healthy Lifestyle in Middle Age Lowers Heart Disease Risk

...e, who took up healthy lifestyle behaviours, could considerably lessen their risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD)...onstrated that adopting four modest healthy habits considerably lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality in relatively short-term 4-year follow up pe...

Routine Hib Vaccination Could Save Innumerable Asian Children

...ningitis prevented by the Hib conjugate vaccine is considerably higher than what can be detected through routine observation. "There has been an ongoing disagreement about the total burden of Hib pneumonia and meningitis in Asia, but our findings provide evidence challenging the commonly held notion that these...

Healthy Lifestyle can Reduce Cardiovascular Risk

...onstrated that adopting four modest healthy habits considerably lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality in relatively short-term 4-year follow up period. The findings emphasize that making the necessary changes to adhere to a healthy lifestyle is extremely worthwhile, and that middle-age is not...

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