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Starving leads to obesity

...accumulated fat, probably triggered by nutritional deprivation before birth....

Deep Sleep Doesn't Increase Memory

...ied subjects who took drugs that induced REM sleep deprivation did not necessarily have a lessened memory capacity....

Deprived sleep leads to ageing

Sleep deprivation has a similar impact on the body to the ageing pro...els of glucose and cortisol in their blood. Sleep deprivation also led to an increase in the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, which controls many of th...

Cure for osteoporosis in prostate cancer patients

...ostate cancer patients who are undergoing androgen deprivation therapy by administering dosages of diethylstilbes...d with external beam radiotherapy without androgen deprivation or started on androgen deprivation therapy. Serum testosterone and oestradiol, along with urinary c...

Less sleep:more risk for heart attack in women

...increased heart attack risk could be because sleep deprivation can cause physiological changes -- such as boosting blood pressure -- that, in turn, up heart disease risk. Dr. Najib concluded that while eight hours of sleep was optimal, seven actually wasn't too bad, as getting seven hours of sleep produced almos...

Snoring Linked To Headaches

...eep disordered breathing. On the other side, sleep deprivation or excessive sleep can trigger migraine attacks in some people....

Persistent Childhood Wheeze Probably Inherited

...g exposure, recurrent chest infections, and social deprivation merely delay the inevitable....

Hunger Found To Influence Taste

... Thus researchers conclude that short term caloric deprivation decreases recognition thresholds for sweet and salty stimuli but it did not affect the taste sensitivity to a bitter substance. ...

Treatment For Prostate Cancer Found To Increases Fracture Risk

...easing hormone agonists. This is known as androgen deprivation therapy. After comparing the fracture incidence of more than 3,800 men with prostate cancer who received hormone therapy to more than 7,700 men with prostate cancer who did not receive hormone therapy, researchers found a significantly higher rate o...

Prostate Cancer Treatment Can Increase The Risk For Osteoporosis

...s. The research showed men treated with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) after prostate cancer run a higher risk of developing the bone-thinning disease most common among women. Men who are older, smoke, or suffer from alcoholism are at especially high risk. For the study the records of 184 prostate cancer ...

Cooling Can Reduce The Risk Of Brain Damage In Oxygen Deprived Newborns

...tment may be possible for babies who suffer oxygen deprivation at birth however they stress on the need for further study in order to get more information on the timing and methods of cooling, as well as which babies are most suitable for treatment before cooling becomes the standard of care for oxygen-deprived ...

Childhood Wheezing Could Be Hereditary

...g exposure, recurrent chest infections, and social deprivation merely delay the inevitable....

Understanding The Link Between Hunger and Taste

...conclusion researchers say that short term caloric deprivation decreases recognition thresholds for sweet and salty stimuli but it did not affect the taste sensitivity to a bitter substance. ...

Consumers Becoming More Health Conscious Than Calorie Conscious

...of longer lasting satisfaction //compared with the deprivation associated with low-calorie or reduced fat foods. ... is because the consumers are moving away from the deprivation model and becoming more interested in stabilizing blood sugar levels and controlling cravings than c...

With New Drug To Fight Against Sleeping, Your Increment Is Not Far Away

...e that has been developed to ward off sleep. Sleep deprivation and its effects on performance could now become a ...e deprived of sleep for a period of 36 hours. This deprivation is equivalent to 72 hours for humans. The performance level of the monkeys remained the same after ...

Treatment For Reversal Of Effects Of Sleep Deprivation In Brain

...ving performance by reversing the effects of sleep deprivation on the brain. The research results were published ...nges in activity patterns that occurred with sleep deprivation – which may explain its success at increasing performance. Source: Newswise...

Deprivation Can Cause Undetected Heart Problems

Heart problems may arise out of deprivation from being in poverty and poor health. Leaving deprivation out of standard risk assessments for heart disease is potentially denying// life saving preventive t...

38 million Americans including 14 million children left to combat hunger

...1999-2001. In view of the alarming level of food deprivation in America, the researchers have expressed concern regarding managing the hunger crisis is an efficient way. Medindia on Diet: The most dreaded and rampart diseases today are diabetes and cancer. The interesting thing is that recent researches ...

Teens not interested in early sleep

...s, the rest teens. All underwent 36 hours of sleep deprivation in a lab as brainwaves were monitored. The research has also found that the hormone melatonin which is responsible for regulating sleep is activated very late in the evening in teens and stops production early in the morning leading to sleep deprivat...

Lack of adequate sleep among people over 50

...nxiety rated as the most important cause for sleep deprivation and is more prevalent among primary caregivers. A majority of the people remain untreated for lack of sleep although more than 80 % of the adults perceive the importance of sleep to their health. Fifty-three percent of adults, who said they have s...

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