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Good sleep enhances task performance

...Medical school researches. Subjects who were sleep deprived on the first day showed no improvement in task performance but those who were allowed to sleep showed a substantial improvement. This type of sleep is required for memory consolidation. There are two types of sleep, slow wave sleep that predominate...

Health at heights

...n the cold to contend with - they will be severely deprived of oxygen due to the lower concentrations at altitude. However, the body requires the same amount of oxygen regardless of how much is available, so the breathing rate increases to compensate - even when the body is at rest. Altitude itself also has...

High-protein diets may pose health risks

...d levels of insulin and resulting when the body is deprived of dietary carbohydrates. Sustained ketosis also causes a loss of appetite, which may lead to lower total calorie intake.Some popular high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets limit carbohydrates to 10-20 g per day, which is one fifth of the minimum 100 g...

A new recovery for heart attacks

...s for treating heart diseases in which tissues are deprived of oxygen because the blood vessels are not functioning correctly," Dr Whitelaw said.He said his findings could be used to help develop drugs that enhance cells' adaptation to low-oxygen conditions. These drugs would prevent the binding of hydroxyl g...

Little sleep as bad as no sleep

...orted that they feltless tired than those who were deprived of their sleep for a few days.Researchers also ind...pilots, trainee doctors, who are continuouslysleep deprived due to their work....

Wait Between Pregnancies

...ld, smoke, and live in a socially and economically deprived area.// Women who did not wait long before becoming pregnant with a subsequent child were at an increased risk for complications such as premature birth, neonatal death, and low birth weight. Even women who did not have complicated first pregnancies...

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

Newborns deprived of oxygen can have a reduced risk of brain damage and cerebral palsy by having their brains cooled // for 72 hours after birth according to a recent study. Babies that received an inadequate supply of oxygen to the brain during delivery showed sign...

Acrolein may be the key to halting spinal cord damage

...hen the brain suffers a stroke, for example, it is deprived of oxygen, which is often thought to be the cause of brain damage. But, in fact, you can starve the nervous tissue of oxygen for up to an hour without harm if only you control the acrolein levels," Shi said. "This paper suggests that the body is gene...

Attitude Towards AIDS Patients – Time For A Change

... national economy, and national development, to be deprived of the opportunity. ...

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

...of improvement to perform tasks, even if they were 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 the drug was taken. Surprisingly, there was no decline in the function as expected. The mechanism...

Cardiac bypass seems to be favoring men more than women

...he region of heart being supplied by the vessel is deprived of its blood supply. This results in defective functioning of the heart. However, this structural effect can be corrected by surgery, commonly known as coronary bypass. Coronary bypass surgery is a way to treat blocked heart arteries by creating new...

Deprivation Can Cause Undetected Heart Problems

...wed a modest difference between the most and least deprived sectors of the study population, while observed ri...ease. The authors estimate that being in the most deprived 20% rather than the least deprived 20% is broadly equivalent to being 10 years older or having diabe...

Scottish Children Have Worst Dental Health In Europe

...s of tooth decay among children in Scotland's most deprived communities despite an overall improvement in oral health across the UK. Encouraging children to look after their teeth can save them from a lifetime of preventable dental treatment,' said Andrew Lamb, director of the British Dental Association in Sc...

Surgeons Not Happy With Treatment Offered To Their Patients

...m benefit (cancer patients) while others are being deprived of access to quality health care. The above fact only reflects an important shortfall in care that needs to be addressed. Post-operative infection was believed to be responsible for a majority of the deaths. Infact about three quarters of the pati...

Protein Linked To Accelerating Rheumatoid Arthritis

...se the oxygen supply. This means that proteins are deprived of this vital element and consequently undergo some modification. To prove this point they took blood samples from 31 male and female RA patients and from 41 patients who had other inflammatory conditions like osteoporosis, back pain and gout. All of...

Newer Generation Sleeping Pills Lack Superior Performance

...lthy, wealthy and wise’. For those of them who are deprived this wonderful gift, there are the new generation sleeping pills that substitute the previously used benzodiazepines. These new class of medications were introduced in 1992 for commercial use and are still regarded to be better compared to benzodiaze...

More Funds Are Required For Immunisation Drive

...S$ 34 billion are required for immunizing the most deprived children in the world until 2015, according to Lob-Levyt of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI).// One third of this amount is required to be spent on vaccines alone. This will serve to reduce the number of deaths due to diseases...

Jharkhand To Have Mobile Hospital

...ver rural areas in 22 districts where the poor are deprived of medical facilities." Each mobile hospital will be equipped with x-ray, ECG and other testing machines and people can avail themselves of these facilities for just Rs. 5. No money will be charged for blood and urine tests. The state government ...

Many Indian Doctors Live In Poverty

...ard (Plab) test in the UK. Their own nations stand deprived of their skills and face a shortage of doctors. The number of unemployed foreign doctors in the UK is at almost 7,000, and many may have to return to their homelands disappointed. A General Medical Council (GMC) study has revealed that less than 5...

SIDS on the rise

... backs and this message should be spread among the deprived area where the incidence is on the rise....

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