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Hormone replacement Therapy a headache

...king hormone replacement therapy is recommended to counteract harmful effects....

Caffeine keeps soldiers sharp

...ugs, including modafinil, a drug sometimes used to counteract narcolepsy, that could help servicemen stay awake....

HRT an accretion of cancer

...king hormone replacement therapy is recommended to counteract harmful effects....

Apples keep lung disease away

... be that antioxidants in fruits and vegetables can counteract the harmful free radicals in cigarette smoke, and so preserve the health of the lungs. So here's another reason to keep up your fruit and vegetable intake. But, of course, the best way to avoid COPD is to give up smoking....

Protein can change worn muscle fibres

...ercise. But it could help those confined to bed to counteract muscle wasting, or those who are suffering from severe muscle fatigue. ...

Anthrax hammers immune system

...e system at the earliest stages of infection could counteract the toxin that anthrax produces in its initial attack. Antibiotics, like Cipro, could be used in concert to kill the bacteria themselves. The federally supported study began in the months following the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five perso...

Hormone Replacement Therapy increases the risk of endometrial cancer

...olone in their treatment. Hormone progestagens did counteract the unfavorable effect of oestrogens on the endometrium. However, the combined effects of oestrogen-progestagen HRT had increased the risk of breast cancer in women. When the combined risks of both breast cancer and endometrial cancer are taken toge...

Mouth wash samples to predict bone marrow transplant results

...w transplant are routinely advised mouth washes to counteract the problem of mucositis that may be caused by their treatment procedure. Researchers of University of Toronto have found that testing the basic sodium bicarbonate solutions for neutrophils may be compared with the blood test of the patients of bone...

Elderly People Needs To Tackle The Heat Effectively

...), including some laxatives, furosemide (Lasix) to counteract water retention, and other diuretics for blood pressure control. 2. Check up on a neighborSocial isolation is a major risk factor for heat-related illness and death. 3. Stay hydratedThirst declines with age, and older sweat glands don’t pr...

Mushrooms can help fight chronic disease

...upplementation with anti-oxidants, substances that counteract the free radicals. // Anti-oxidants are abundant in fruits and vegetables. It has now been found that mushrooms have plenty of these, which could help fight chronic disease. Numerous studies have shown that consuming fruit and vegetables, which are...

B-Carotene Increases Oral Cancer Risk In Smokers

...ich other components, such as vitamin C and E, may counteract a potentially deleterious interaction of beta-carotene with smoking. This should encourage people never to start smoking, and if unfortunately, they have smoked, to avoid taking beta-carotene supplements....

Oral Edible vaccine for Allergy Vaccines

...hese antibodies which are already present helps to counteract the allergen which is an antigen. Conventional antibody injections against allergy diseases such as hay fever, cat and venom allergies requires continuous monitoring after antibody therapy as the patients may develop adverse immune reactions. Res...

Inhibition of morphine tolerance by spinal melanocortin receptor blockade

...er a single administration of the antagonist could counteract the loss of analgesic potency of morphine in morphine tolerant rats. The authors examined also the influence of chronic morphine administration on ì-opioid receptor (MOR) and melanocortin 4 receptor (MC4-R) mRNAs in the rat spinal cord and dorsal roo...

Tobacco plant based Vaccine against Plague

... bacterium the guinea pig antibodies were found to counteract these bacterium and produce an effective immunity killing these bacterium....

Passive Immunization to prevent Bird flu infection

...strategy of passive immunity will help patients to counteract disease sometime by the time the active immunity will be given in the form of vaccine to the patients which help to produce more antibody against the virus. The Project is being examined by the Department of Health in Scotland and House of Lords Sc...

Cardiac Aging Can Be Contained

...ets older, and a restricted calorie diet serves to counteract this. The aging mechanism can now be modified as it is now being properly defined. Cardiac aging is in effect restricted by a low calorie diet, as it has been proved by the six-year experiment, which included a traditional Mediterranean diet comprise...

Fish Oil Can Protect Against Air Pollution Effects

...s now established that consumption of fish oil can counteract the effect of air pollution, known to have a disastrous effect on cardiac health. // The results of the present study have valuable implications with the ever-increasing air pollution levels in our environment. The study participants were required ...

Anticholinergic Medicines Result In Cognitive Impairment

...rd situation of receiving pro-cholinergic drugs to counteract the effects of anticholinergic agents, according to the authors. They suggest that doctors assess the current use of anticholinergic drugs in elderly people with mild cognitive impairment before considering treatment for dementia. Edited (ANI)...

Vitamin C Supplementation Reduces Cancer Risk In Smokers

...be reduced by Vitamin C supplementation that would counteract the effect of Vitamin E depletion. // This loss of Vitamin E is believed to play a major role in the increased cancer risk in smokers. Now Maret Traber and other researchers at Oregon State University found that sufficient levels of Vitamin C could...

Mercury Exposure Does Not Affect Intellectual Development

...also believed micronutrients present in fish could counteract the ill effects of mercury exposure. It may infact aid in normal brain development in ways that are not completely understood. Although several such studies have been conducted, debating about the advantages and disadvantages of eating fish, more ...

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