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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...aque began to develop in the brain, levels of AB42 decreased in the blood and spinal fluid. Drs. Graff-Radfor...es. Armed with additional data that r-flurbiprofen decreased AB levels in an Alzheimer’s mouse model and improved the cognitive deficits found in that model, Drs...

Pure Pomegranate Juice Helps Reverse Erectile Dysfunction Function

...male subjects. Mild ED is defined as the mildly decreased ability to get and keep an erection, while moderate ED is the moderately decreased ability to get and keep an erection. The majority of men with ED have moderate ED. For the first ...

Epilepsy Increases Suicide Risks

... their own life then men. The incidence of suicide decreased as sufferers grew older. In fact, more quickly, than in the non- epileptic population. ``Improvement of epilepsy care, introduction of new drugs with fewer side effects, and reduced use of barbiturates are possible explanations for this declining t...

Reduction in Antidepressant Leads to Suicidal Risks

... months after the U.K. warningsthis proportion had decreased by 33 percent to an average of 15 per 10,000 per month. The decrease was most pronounced for SSRIs (except for fluoxetine) and another type of antidepressant linked to suicidal thoughts and behaviors, selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors. ...

Concerns Raised Over Risks for Patients and Staff in Australian Hospital

...es, the number of hospital acquired infections had decreased over the last four years, the statement said. However, doctors and nurses have said that cross-infection is one of their biggest concerns. WCH specialist pediatrician Dr David Thomas said it was a particular problem in winter, with extra demand ...

Elevated Carbondioxide may Have Negative Impact on Ecosystem

...einase inhibitors (CystPls) expressed in the genes decreased when soybeans were exposed to elevated CO2. CystPls is naturally produced by soybeans when they are under insect attack. It inhibits further attack once the invader has ingested it. Our results suggest that elevated CO2 increased the susceptibility...

Combination of Tratuzumab and Chemotherapy Yields Better Results for Breast Cancer

...e disease, a higher likelihood of recurrence and a decreased response to treatment. Trastuzumab is a monoclonal antibody that directly targets part of the HER2 tyrosine kinase receptor. The results showed that combining trastuzumab with chemotherapy results in a -34% reduction in mortality and a 38% increase...

Study Confirms Benefits of Chemo, Trastuzumab Combo to Battle Breast Cancer

...e disease, a higher likelihood of recurrence and a decreased response to treatment. Trastuzumab is a monoclonal antibody that directly targets part of the HER2 tyrosine kinase receptor. The results showed that combining trastuzumab with chemotherapy results in a 34 percent reduction in mortality and a 38 ...

A Balanced Diet can Keep Asthma, Wheezing at Bay in Teens

...nd E, and omega-3 fatty acids were associated with decreased lung function and a greater risk of chronic bronchitic symptoms, wheeze, and asthma. These risks were further increased among students with the lowest intakes and who also smoked. "The most important thing to remember is that diet can have a sig...

Parkinson's Targets Two Distinct Brain Networks, Finds Study

...identified areas in this motor network that showed decreased metabolic activity and some areas that had increased metabolic activity. Over time, the cognitive network became apparent. And as the disease progressed and symptoms worsened, this network also took its toll. "The circuits are like a fingerprint of...

Apple a Day Keeps Asthma Away

...nd E, and omega-3 fatty acids were associated with decreased lung function and a greater risk of chronic bronchitic symptoms, wheeze, and asthma. These risks were further increased among students with the lowest intakes and who also smoked. I wish we could say that an apple a day can keep asthma away, but it...

High Blood Pressure Linked to Decreased Pain Perception in Heart Patients

...d the relationship between high blood pressure and decreased pain perception in a variety of circumstances , including among individuals with heart disease. Dr. Bianca D' Antono of the Montreal Heart Institute, currently affiliated with the Universite de Montreal, says that this phenomenon extends to people...

Drinking More Milk may Lessen Type 2 Diabetes Risk

...ary intake, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes decreased by 15 percent. Type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance syndrome (or pre-diabetes) influence an astounding 75 million Americans and death rates from diabetes have increased nearly 45 percent over the past 20 years, uplifting the significance of find...

Daily Antibiotics may Not Prevent Future Urinary Tract Infections Risk in Kids

...ily antibiotic treatment was not associated with a decreased risk of recurrent UTIs, but was associated with an increased risk of resistant infections," he added. Ron Keren, M.D., M.P.H., a general pediatrician at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and senior author on this study said that though more d...

Insulin Sensitizer- Energy Conserving Signal to Brain

...nse to insulin. Studies have also suggested that decreased circulating levels of adiponectin in obesity and t... Moreover, the researchers found that adiponectin decreased energy expenditure. They also showed that blood and spinal fluid adiponectin levels in the brain nor...

Walking is Vital to Keep Yourself Fit

...alking may protect against high blood pressure and decreased muscle strength among older people.Over five months, the Japanese researchers studied 246 adults who engaged in either no walking or moderate to high-intensity walking. The group who engaged in high-intensity walking experienced the most significant ...

Two Week Wait Rule Not Working With Breast Cancer Patients

...to the centre increased by 9%. Routine referrals decreased by 24% but 2-week wait referrals increased by 42%....nts diagnosed with cancer in the 2-week wait group decreased from 12.8% to 7.7% whilst the number of cancers detected in the routine group increased from 2.5% to...

Walking Really is the Best Way to Keep Healthy

...alking may protect against high blood pressure and decreased muscle strength among older people. As a part of that study, the Japanese researchers studied 246 adults over a period of five months who engaged in either no walking or moderate to high-intensity walking. The group who engaged in high-intensity wa...

Monoclonal Antibody Induces Death in Liver Cancer Cells

... antibody, tumour cell proliferation significantly decreased and programmed cell death (apoptosis) increased four to 18 fold, as compared to normal control cells. The researchers say that the results depict PDGFRa as a possible new therapeutic target for the treatment of HCC. "We are very excited because...

Poor Short Term Recovery from Knee Surgery in Women

...rgery, women typically reported more knee pain and decreased knee function compared to men....

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