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Starvation in pregnant women can cause heart disease to their children

...ts of cardiovascular risks in adult life, but they depend on the gestational time. People whose mothers starved during the first 13 weeks of pregnancy can have heart diseases later in their adult life, Starvation during mid or late pregnancy don’t have a telling effect. Thus children born to mothers who go...

Alerts for safety of heart device

...ning devices that regulate the heart rhythm. Many depend on either a pacemaker or an implantable defibrillator to keep their heart beating rhythimically. However sophisticated and accurate devices they may be, sometimes they to do go wrong. Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in the US have surve...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...inine hormones, because its secretion doesn’t only depend of the activity of the ovaries. In the adipose tissue a complex biochemical mechanism takes place through which the androgens become in estrone and estradiol. This way obesity and estrogens constitute an explosive couple able to trigger dangerous p...

Toxic effects common with AIDS treatments

...ug combinations are similar, treatment choice will depend on the toxic effects of the drugs. Therefore, the data may be useful as a reference for future analyses of adverse effects of different treatment regimens. // Dr Jacques Fellay from the University Hospital of Lausanne, and colleagues from the Swiss...

Eating More Often May Help Lower Cholesterol

A person's cholesterol levels may depend not only on what he or she eats, but also how often. The Researchers found that middle-aged and older adults who ate frequently throughout the day had lower "bad" LDL cholesterol levels compared with those who tended to down one or two large meals pe...

Processed Meat, Diabetes connection Found

...es such as this have a basic weakness because they depend upon how well people remember what they eat. ``The difficulty with this type of study is that you can't be sure how accurate it is,'' said Kava. She also noted that seeing a relative risk increase of 46 percent is only ``weakly significant biologica...

Methods to have a flat stomach

...ounded stomach might become more apparent. Don't depend on doing hundreds of sit-ups. All round general exercise is better, for it will reduce the level of body fat and this will tend to flatten the stomach. For the abdominals, you need to exercise the lower and deeper abdominal muscles to make a differen...

Want to have a nice day? Eat breakfast!

...eet food or coffee or both. The brain is forced to depend on stored fat for functioning when glucose supply runs low as a result of skipping breakfast. Many people who skip breakfast to reduce calories do not understand that calories consumed early in the day are least likely to put on pounds, and skipping ...

Scientists push to lower hidden sodium in food

...food and restaurant meals. Time-crunched families depend on the convenience of processed foods, so the American Public Health Association, backed by dozens of other health and medical groups, issued a challenge to the industry: Cut in half the sodium in those foods over the next 10 years. Sodium is used i...

Bowel diseases linked to bug in milk

...uce human exposure to MAP should start now and not depend on a link with disease in humans to be proved or disproved....

The Existing Controversy of Hormone Replacement Therapy

... cancer. Researchers say overall benefits of HRT depend on the severity of symptoms and how those symptoms affect women’s quality of life.Thus researchers conclude, "A decision analysis tailored to an individual woman would be more appropriate in clinical practice than a population based approach."...

The Benefits Of Keyhole Surgery

...d disease control, researchers say use of it would depend on the perceived value of its effectiveness in improving recovery after the operation....

A Seizure Late In Life Could be A Stroke Warning

... preventive treatments, such as medications, would depend on the patient’s absolute risk of stroke....

The Impact of Stress Early In Life

...the study showed that lifelong behavioral patterns depend on the timing of the separation. Monkeys separated at 1 week of age were less social going into their adult lives. These monkeys also displayed less social dominance in group settings. In contrast, monkeys separated at 1 month old displayed increases...

The Efficacy Of Hormone Replacement Therapy Studied

...chers conclude saying that overall benefits of HRT depend on the severity of symptoms and how those symptoms affect women’s quality of life....

Improving The Survival Of Lung Cancer Patients By Blocking The Effects Of Estrogen

Stopping or slowing the spread of lung cancer may depend on the addition of drugs that block the effects of estrogen, // say researchers according to a recent study . For the study researchers evaluated the effects of three different treatments that block the action of estrogen in human lung tumors grafte...

Clothes may provide better protection against sun-related skin problems in children

... as sun protection factor but it is not healthy to depend only on sunscreen lotions for protection from the sun. Parents need to be educated in the beneficial role of using sun screening agents like clothes and sun block creams on children to make them protected when out in the sun. Reference: American Jou...

Scientists Unveil Mechanism Behind Resistance to Severe Malaria

...s agglutination, rosetting and cytoadherence — all depend on a parasite protein called PfEMP-1. To evade the immune system, the malarial parasites produce proteins, including PfEMP-1, that remodel the red blood cell’s surface to their advantage. For example, when spikes of PfEMP-1 are distributed evenly ov...

Pause as you please

...rocedure. Most existing ways of blocking periods depend on synthetic versions of the naturally-occurring hormones oestrogen and progesterone, but these are not tolerated by all women, and are often unreliable at blocking menstruation over longer timespans.Taking the contraceptive pill continuously - witho...

New Anthrax Vaccines Will Take time

...ng to researchers, Americans will probably have to depend on current anthrax vaccines if there is another such biological attack this year Second-generation vaccines are in the works but not ready. There is only one approved anthrax vaccine that's ready to go, approved by the FDA.// The government last wee...

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