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When it comes to health, all chocolates not the same.

...g absorption more difficult.Scientists who did not contribute to the research said the protective aspects of flavonoids in chocolate have not been proven. "I guess this means to be healthy you should eat chocolate with red wine," said Andrew L. Waterhouse, a nutrition professor at the University of California ...

Airlines Pilot At Heightened Risk Of Having Cataracts

...tudy were 50 years or older and other factors that contribute to cataract risk, including smoking, age and sunbathing, were controlled for in the statistical analysis. Exposure to cosmic radiation was assessed based on employment time as pilots, annual number of hours flown on each aircraft type, time tables, f...

Alzheimer's Disease Caused By Insulin Increase

...a and in cerebrospinal fluid and these markers may contribute to Alzheimer's disease The test was conducted in 16 healthy older adults ranging in age from 55 to 81 years, the investigators raised blood insulin levels (while maintaining normal blood sugar levels) and then and then measured the changes in levels...

Water Borne Diseases causing More Havoc in Mumbai

...y functioning municipal water distribution systems contribute to transmission of waterborne bacterial diseases. Chlorination and safe water handling can eliminate the risk of waterborne bacterial diseases. To provide the high-risk group with potable water in the short term requires practical solutions such as u...

Record Growth Of Soya-Based Dairy Alternatives Over The Past Year In European Markets

...nce market entry of newer manufacturers would only contribute to future market growth....

Record growth of Soya-based dairy alternatives in Europe

...nce market entry of newer manufacturers would only contribute to future market growth....

Attitude Towards AIDS Patients – Time For A Change

...rsons of skill and intellect, with the capacity to contribute to the national economy, and national development, to be deprived of the opportunity. ...

Brain Patterns In Amusia May Be Related To Other Disorders

...lexia and related disorders. These findings should contribute to understanding the origins of learning disorders – the genetic causes and their neural consequences, opined the scientists of the study. Source: Newswise ...

Slowing Cartilage Loss In Arthritis With Fruit Extracts

... Pomegranate have been shown to block enzymes that contribute to cartilage degradation in osteoarthritis.// Although findings are still at a preliminary stage and not yet proven in humans it is likely to encourage further consumption of pomegranate juice say researchers. A team of researchers from the Case W...

Women With Anorexia Have Altered Brain Activity

...involved in communication between nerve cells) may contribute to the appetite alteration in anorexia nervosa as well as playing a role in anxious, obsession behaviors and extremes of impulse control. Researchers from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, had compared the activity of serotonin in women ...

MS Patients Improve With Telephone Therapy

... participants manage cognitions and behaviors that contribute to depression and improve skills in managing stressful life events and interpersonal difficulties,” while T-SEFT has the goal of “increasing participants’ level of experience of their internal world.” All patients spoke with a psychologist on the pho...

Is your house safe enough to protect against asthma attacks?

...sure, timing of the exposure, and genetic factors, contribute to the development of diseases like asthma will lead to new insights into how to prevent and treat this important disease....

Bone Fractures In Elderly Can Be Genetical

...of genes versus environment). If heritable factors contribute to fractures, monozygotic twins (who have all the same genes, commonly called identical twins) are more likely to have similar rates of fracture than dizygotic twins (who share about half the same genes, commonly called fraternal twins). Researcher...

PUFA Good For Heart: Gets The Scientific Seal

...hey "help meet essential fatty acid needs and also contribute toward Vitamin E needs" states the 2005 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Report. Richard Cristol, president of the National Association of Margarine Manufacturers (NAMM) is of the opinion that, "In the past, added fats, even those that are the ...

Pomegranate Juice Is Helpful In Arresting Osteoarthritis

...megranate fruit extracts can block enzymes // that contribute to osteoarthritis. The study was conducted at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. It looked at the ability of an extract of pomegranate fruit against Interleukin-1b (IL-1b), a pro-inflammatory protein molecule that plays a key role...

Risk Of Pre-eclampsia May Be In The Genes Of The Parents.

...eory that both the mother’s and the father’s genes contribute to the risk of pre-eclampsia, say the authors. The risk through affected mothers is higher because they carry their mother’s susceptibility genes and also transmit independent genetic risk factors to their unborn child. The risk through affected fath...

Breast Cancer Advance

...disease. "We are beginning to understand how genes contribute to breast cancer development and I am confident this work will ultimately prove valuable for both diagnosis and treatment of the disease," said Prof Edwards, one of the senior researchers involved. The spread of breast cancer around the body is the...

Smoking Hazardous To The Enzymes System In Lungs

...nesses, often feel compelled to smoke. It may also contribute to the effect smoking has on blood pressure. And the lack of MAOA may even shed light on why smokers seem to run a reduced risk of Parkinson's disease. What is more, the smokers retained the tracer chemical in their bodies for much longer than the no...

Malnutrition And Obesity Goes Hand In Hand

...trients, such as iron, iodine, zinc and vitamin A, contribute to 'hidden hunger' and while the statistics on micronutrient status for women in developing countries are scarce. It is clear that a large percentage of women from developing countries suffer negative health and nutrition consequences. The real cha...

Better Research Rats To Help In Learning About Hypertension

...se levels of a hormone called aldosterone that may contribute to both diastolic dysfunction and kidney injury. Source: Newswise ...

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