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Vitamin B12 Supplements Found To Improve Memory

...ish study shows genes // and nutrition interact to contribute to cognitive problems in old age.Scientists have known of a gene associated with higher risk for Alzheimer's disease, and they have also known that low levels of vitamins B12 and folate are risk factors for memory loss and Alzheimer's. However, they ...

More Complications Seen In Women With Epilepsy

...ad to miscarriages and infant death. They can also contribute to problems with cognitive development in children. In fact, children of women with epilepsy have a two-fold increased risk of developing cognitive difficulties. Many women with epilepsy take anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) to help control their seizure...

Brain Infarctions Found In Patients Suffering From Migraine

...ues about the pathophysiology of migraine but also contribute to management guidelines for migraine....

New Findings for Repeated Miscarriages

...rferes with the reproductive hormones and that may contribute to pregnancy loss. They hope that these findings will provide new means of therapy for women who suffer from repeated miscarriages....

Imaging Modality That Might Help Diagnose Depression

... systems, both the GABA and glutamate systems also contribute to the mechanism and treatment of mood disorders. They feel that this may ultimately help doctors make more accurate diagnoses that could more effectively guide treatment planning. In the study, 38 healthy individuals and 33 individuals with major d...

Migraine Found To Be Linked To Behavioral Disorders

...s miss more school and often lose sleep, which can contribute to the types of behavioral symptoms often associated with ADD, CD and ODD, but this is the first study to demonstrate there could be a direct link between migraines and behavioral disorders. Researchers say parents should track the frequency of thei...

Calcium-rich Diet Good For Youngsters

...use excessive weight gain in pubertal girls but do contribute positively to overall nutrition and they call for programs aimed at promoting a calcium-rich diet among youngsters....

The Link Between Migraine And Brain Lesions Questioned

...ues about the pathophysiology of migraine but also contribute to management guidelines for migraine....

Abuse in Childhood Could Result In Heart Disease in Adulthood

...h as smoking, drug abuse, and inactivity. This may contribute to the increased risk for heart disease, according to the study. Results show adults who experienced emotional, physical or sexual abuse, physical neglect, or household dysfunction (i.e. incarceration, substance abuse, mental illness, or domestic vi...

Cardiac Valve Disease Linked To Genes

...ound to suggest that unknown genetic factors could contribute to death due to mitral valve disease and death due to non-rheumatic aortic disease. However additional studies are required in this regard ....

Air Pollution Found To Accelerate Heart Disease

...ey say that air pollution, similar to smoking, may contribute to cardiovascular problems at a very early stage of the disease. Researchers reviewed data from two clinical trials on 798 people ages 40 and older who lived in the Los Angeles area. The data included thickness measurements of the inner lining of pa...

Understanding The Predictor’s Of Alzheimer’s Diseae

...etic factors and the brain’s developmental process contribute to the degeneration of myelin. They say complex connections that take the longest to develop are among the first to deteriorate because myelin breaks down in reverse order of development. Specialists say: “The body was designed to myelinate through t...

Negative Emotions Could Lead To Stroke

...factors such as those identified in this study can contribute to the condition as well....

WHO hopes to wipe away Iodine deficiency diseases by 2005

...ot lead to the over-consumption of salt, which can contribute to hypertension. Salt iodization can be carried out with a level of salt consumption compatible with WHO's recommendations of up to 5 g/day. WHO hopes that to meet the goal of eliminating iodine deficiency by 2005. The United Nations General Assembl...

Minimizing The Risk Of HIV Spread

...exual transmission of HIV and that the DC-SIGN may contribute to HIV transmission in the foreskin by enabling the infection of permissive cells....

Understanding Food Preferences in Kids

... in both children and adults. Age and culture also contribute to taste preferences and sometimes have a greater impact. For the study researchers compared taste sensitivity and food-related behaviors across three genotypes of a gene that encodes a taste receptor responsive to bitter taste. They studied 143 chi...

Hormone Therapy May Trigger Asthma

...y diagnosed COPD. Female reproductive hormones may contribute to the onset of asthma among adult women, but do not appear to hasten the development of COPD," the study authors write....

Damaged Heart Rejuvenated By Stem Cells

...he heart. In conclusion, embryonic stem cells can contribute to a stable beneficial outcome on the function and remodeling of the heart after a heart attack. However, the number of stem cells delivered needs to be limited to prevent production of tumors from over-proliferation of the stem cells....

Fungal Infections Effectively Controlled By Light Therapy

... box.The genes required for light sensing does not contribute to the ability of the fungus to cause infection. However, surprisingly it contributes to the rapidity with which the fungus causes life threatening infection in the host. It is therefore conceivable that light could be used as a therapy for fungal in...

Low Socioeconomic Status May Lead To Mental Illness

...hat economic stress is one of the major factors to contribute to poor mental health and cause several kinds of psychological illnesses. This is true irrespective of the kind of economic problems suffered and the nature of the mental illness that affects the poverty stricken population. For a long time, poor me...

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