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Antidepressants-important role

... is a good chance the alternative will produce the desired improvement....

Enzyme stimulates growth of adult stem cells

...ot yet known how to coax embryonic stem cells into desired mature cell types. This type of cloning is not intended to produce an offspring, but instead to produce an embryo that has stem cells are made specifically for treating a specific patient's disease....

Cosmetic plastic surgery for a youthful healthy look

...thorough and realistic discussion of the patient's desired outcome and review of treatment options with the plastic surgeon once the decision for cosmetic surgery is made. He also emphasized that eating a balanced diet and regular exercise are essential to looking and feeling young before and after plastic s...

Alternative Therapy in HIV Patients

...ings from the study show HIV-infected patients who desired medical information and involvement in medical decision-making were most likely to use CAM. Researchers suggest a need for a health care setting that encourages open discussion between health care providers and patients. They say, "Improved physician...

Relief from Migraine

... to see if using sumatriptan for mild pain had the desired effects. The first study involved 354 patients and the second involved 337 patients. Patients were randomized to receive either the active drug or a placebo. Results showed significantly better pain control among those taking the active drug in eithe...

Multi-Drug Therapy Effective in Lowering Blood Pressure

...lic goal and 88.1 of the NCAS patients reached the desired diastolic goal. There was also no significant difference in the number of deaths, heart attack or strokes that occurred in the two groups. Researchers conclude this study supports the use of either strategy to lower blood pressure in patients with ...

Weight Loss Supplements Questioned

...rweight, because these products do not produce the desired results. Some of the product labels make claims such as, “Eat all you want, block the starch and lose weight!” and “Neutralize up to 66 percent of the starch consumed in a meal.” Researchers say there is no scientific evidence to back up these clai...

Multi-Drug Therapy Found To Be More Effective in Lowering B.P

...lic goal and 88.1 of the NCAS patients reached the desired diastolic goal. There was also no significant difference in the number of deaths, heart attack or strokes that occurred in the two groups. Researchers conclude this study supports the use of either strategy to lower blood pressure in patients with c...

The Benefits of Omega -3 Fatty acids

... combined with other omega oils and/or vitamins if desired say researchers at Banner. Compared to bottled omega oils the chewable gelatine shell protects the oil against oxidation, helping to maintain the oil's freshness. Another added benefit is that the chewable softgel dosage ensures that daily dosage is ...

Gene-Nanoparticle Gene Transfer Is Better Than Viral Vector Transfer System

...his procedure is easier and faster in transferring desired genes compared to non-viral vectors which has very...e therapy can be targeted specifically against the desired cells "This is the first time that a non-viral vector has demonstrated efficacy in vivo at levels co...

Testosterone Patches Found To Increase Sexual Desire In Menopausal Women

...prove their sexual performance// and give them the desired sexual characteristics. Apparently the same patches can be used in women whose ovaries have been surgically removed to increase their sexual desire and activity. In a study published in Arch Intern Med. this month the authors have looked at 447 wome...

Teenagers Using Hormones And Dietary Supplements To Good Physique

...S use hormones and dietary //supplements to have a desired physique. The report also brings to light importance these young people attach to a favorable body image In the largest population-based study to explore the use of hormones and supplements, body image, and media influences, 8 percent of all girls a...

Anger and exercise set off irregular heartbeats

...ould die. Researchers from the University of Yale desired to determine what triggers these dangerous heart rhythms. They conducted a study with 200 patients who had implantable devices. For almost four years, the patients kept diaries on their moods and exercise intensity after having a shock. Then they als...

Fighting against disease as easy as eating eggs

... laid eggs that contained milligram amounts of the desired antibodies. The antibodies demonstrated a 10 to 100-fold greater cell-killing ability compared to therapeutic antibodies produced by conventional cell culture methods, according to the researchers. "Monoclonal antibodies have demonstrated great su...

Role Of Estrogen In Breast-Cancer

...such as the uterus, and could adversely affect the desired activities of vitamin D, retinoid and thyroid receptors. The study sheds light on the impact of estrogen on certain cells, as well as how tamoxifen works as an anti-estrogen to facilitate recovery of N-CoR. Understanding more of the mechanisms invo...

Timing Of Women's Labor May Determine Effectiveness Of Pain Medication

...version of the drug could be developed to optimize desired drug effects and minimize undesired side effects both for women in labor and patients with other pain syndromes. Furthermore, the right treatment given at the wrong time can be ineffective or create a crisis of escalating toxicity. Conversely, even...

Fruits and vegetables found to interact with drugs in a dangerous way

...y lower the amount of a drug needed to produce the desired effect, resulting in overdose. The components of grapefruit juice believed to be clinically active are also found in limes, pumellos, and Seville oranges. Natural food products, citrus products and cabernet sauvignon wine are also known to interact w...

Diabetic Friendly Egg Developed In India

...ke an egg's mineral ingredients to a level that is desired for diabetics. Taneja said :' Diabetes could lead to several other diseases like hypertension, stroke, congestive heart failure, kidney damage and blindness.'...

Three In One Ultrasound Probe For 3-D Imaging Of Heart And Tissue Destruction Developed

...d an electrode probe. The radio waves destruct the desired tissue upon contact by the production of excessive heat. Moreover the fluoroscopic imaging used to locate the device produces a very poor quality image, often with a fuzzy background. The engineers have previously pioneered techniques rendering the...

Perfusion bioreactor could enhance stem cell research and application in the future

...ssfully overcame these shortcomings to achieve the desired results.The present study may eventually pave way for significant breakthroughs in the field of stem cell research and application and help advance the development of numerous medical therapies in the years to come....

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