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Use of Cellular Phones associated with Increased risk of Brain Tumors

...his affect the Indian physician? It just makes the differential diagnosis of headache just a little more intricate, especially when dealing with the successful, middle-aged businessperson with a headache....

The brain wave

... involving the superior temporal gyrus, as well as differential activity in the two hemispheres within the inferior parietal cortex when imitation was involved. The left inferior parietal cortex showed increased activity when the subjects were imitating another person. When the subjects were being imitated by t...

People with abnormal heart rhythms must avoid fish oil

...chers feel that this may be due to fish oil having differential benefits on the abnormal heart rates at different conditions. The researchers felt that their research does not reduce the importance of the numerous studies that have found out the benefits of fish oil supplements for health. However they also iss...

Smokers may differ in their cravings for smoking

... the brain images of smokers in a bid to study the differential responses to quitting smoking. Although nicotine...e researchers feel that this discovery may lead to differential use of quitting procedures for smokers depending on their brain responses. Reference: Neuropsychoph...

Sympathy and brain function

... involving the superior temporal gyrus, as well as differential activity in the two hemispheres within the inferior parietal cortex when imitation was involved. The left inferior parietal cortex showed increased activity when the subjects were imitating another person....

Gene Variation Associated With Better Mobility For Older Individuals

...gene has been identified as a potential marker for differential response to exercise in younger adults. The Health Aging and Body Composition (Health ABC) Cohort Study, conducted in the metropolitan areas of Memphis, Tenn., and Pittsburgh, Pa., included 3,075 well-functioning community-dwelling adults aged 70 th...

Understanding The Role Of Olfaction In Taste

...termine whether other food odours produce the same differential brain activations....

Lipoma Arborescens: A Rare Tumor Of The Knee

...nign tumour of the synovium, and forms part of the differential diagnosis for a slowly progressive chronically swollen knee. About 50 cases of Lipoma arborescens have previously been reported, usually involving one knee, with occasional reports of involvement of other joints including the hip, shoulder, wrist a...

A New Diagnostic Approach To Pediatric Interstitial Lung Disease

...resents enormous diagnostic challenges because the differential diagnosis includes more than 100 conditions in both adults2 and children. Researchers from Texas and Colorado conducted a descriptive, observational study was to evaluate the value of a systematic approach to the diagnosis of pediatric ILD. The stu...

Misdiagnosis of cataplexy

... Relatively little attention has been given to the differential diagnosis of cataplexy, which increases the likeli...ases have been presented as a means to discuss the differential diagnosis of cataplexy. According to Lois E. Krahn, the author, these cases represent a diverse se...

Women More Prone To Risk of Colorectal Cancer from Tobacco

...agnosis in males and females. An assessment of the differential sensitivity to smoking and alcohol use in men and women revealed that women are sensitive to smoking as a risk factor for colorectal cancer but not alcohol. "We can see that while both men and women who use tobacco and alcohol are diagnosed with colo...

Gluten-Free Diet May Alleviate Psychiatric Symptoms In Adolescents

... coeliac disease needs to be taken into account in differential diagnosis of depressive and behavioural disorders....

Gender Difference In Pain Experience Explained By Brain Diversity

...inding could eventually lead to the development of differential treatments for pain in men versus women. The researchers were able to demonstrate a structural difference in a specific area of the brain, commonly referred to as the periaqueductal gray (PAG). This area of the brain communicates pain information t...

B-Cell Biologic Therapy Could Revolutionize Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

...f rituximab explored in this study warrant further differential exploration and longer-term follow-up,' he stresses....

Americans-Not So Healthy After All

...d. “Although access to health care is important, differential access can only offer a partial explanation for our findings,” the authors write. “… health insurance cannot be the central reason for the better health outcomes in England because the top socioeconomic status (SES) tier of the U.S. population have c...

Results of Clinical Trials Vary According to Source of Funding

...n bias, interpretation bias, data suppression, and differential data quality,'the authors write. Source: Newswise...

A Mushroom Extract May Impact the Body’s Immune Syste

...istical analysis of the spectra showed significant differential post-translational modification or expression of proteins, in the range of 1-30 kilodalton (kDa – a unit of measure of the atomic mass of the proteins), in the treated sets of cell cultures, as compared to untreated, negative control samples. Many im...

Treating Depression may Raise Anxiety Levels

...anxiety," he said. "Unless anti-depressants have a differential effect in the hippocampus and amygdala, they would not be expected to be effective anxiolytic (anxiety reducing) drugs."According to Chattarji, the finding is of "enormous clinical significance" for managing stress-related disorders as it provides a ...

Recurrence Of Stroke More Common In Mexican American

...ces in physician treatment, patient compliance, or differential drug effectiveness by ethnicity could also translate into increased stroke recurrence for MAs," they note. They add that it would be useful to investigate the rate of other vascular events following stroke and that this should be explored in future s...

Cesarean Section May Increase Infant Mortality Rates in Low-Risk Women

...analysis and a substantial neonatal mortality rate differential was still found, according to MacDorman's research. Source-Eurekalert RAS...

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