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Beware Smoking During Pregnancy Linked To New Danger

... Smoking during pregnancy has been proven to have disastrous effects on the fetus like bleeding problems during the neonatal period, and obstetric complications such as extra uterine pregnancy, or pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus. We have only indirect data to prove that smoking ...

Need for anti-fungal treatment for asthma

...n treated with steroids or drugs that have equally disastrous side effects. Skin test of asthmatic patients show that about 70% of the people suffering from asthma are allergic to fungus. Researchers feel since allergic reactions to asthma is often due to exposure to fungus; anti fungal treatment have a major ...

Smoking Increases The Risk Of Heart Disease By Three Times

Having one to four cigarettes can also be as disastrous to health as smoking more cigarettes. Smoking up to four cigarettes a day almost triples a smoker’s risk of heart disease and lung cancer, reveals a // large study in Tobacco Control. The study shows that the impact is stronger for women, and qua...

The Science of Solar Eclipse

...s beams, or from behind the Moon, In dim eclipse, disastrous twilight sheds On half the nations, and with fear of change Perplexes monarchs....

Illegal Drug Use In England Mounting Up At An Alarming Rate

... seeking and use. The effects of drug abuse can be disastrous especially in individuals with concomitant cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, hepatitis, AIDS/HIV, stroke and cancer. The finding of the present study warn that illicit use of drugs could lead to an enormous pressure over the emergency de...

Children’s Stress Levels Directly Related To Maternal Job Satisfaction

...s chronic elevation in the hormone levels can have disastrous consequences on the health of an individual. In addition, children from families that were either highly expressive or reserved also had higher than the normal levels of the hormone. Hopefully, the study also reveals that placing such children in c...

Roller-Coasters Isn’t The Perfect Place For Cardiac Patients To Be

...on. Even such small changes could turn out to be disastrous in patients with cardiac problems according to researchers as the rising heart rate in riders with pre-existing heart disease could result in heart attack, irregular heart rhythms and possibly sudden cardiac death. Individuals who have a positive h...

Dominant Discoveries and The Darker Side Of Methamphetamine Drug Addiction

...ce the time of introduction, the drug has only had disastrous consequences in many different communities of the world. It is a highly stimulant drug, the effect of which is probably due to high levels of release of the neurotransmitter, dopamine into specific areas of the brain that regulate feelings of pleas...

Chromosome Ends Trigger DNA Damage Response For Telomere Protection

...hy chromosome tips or telomeres, repair would have disastrous consequences. Repairing telomeres would randomly fuse whole chromosomes end-to-end. During the next cell division the sorting mechanism, which ensures that each daughter cell receives a full complement of chromosomes would inevitably rip the fused ...

Most Smokers Continue To Smoke Despite Developing Cancer

...g to quit. These patients were explained about the disastrous effects of smoking on the effectiveness of cancer treatment, overall survival rate, risk of developing other cancers, and quality of life. The study also points out to the underutilization of the smoking cessation concept in the management of cance...

Not Blinking Enough In Front Of The Computer Can Cause Dry Eye

... Numerous studies have already demonstrated // the disastrous effects of spending most of the day in front of the computers. A new study now reveals that squinting at a computer screen can reduce the frequency of blinking by as much 50%, leading to an increased tendency to develop a condition called dry eye. ...

NHS Dentistry Faces Pensioners’ Delug

...ut for their oral health since it can quickly turn disastrous for them...

Hepatitis A Cases On A Steady Increase In Canterbury

...he virus. If not, the region would have to witness disastrous consequences in the near future....

Malaria May Gain Resistance To Single Drug Prescriptions

...site becoming resistant to the drug, and will have disastrous consequences for malaria treatment. Kochi added that the WHO feared that using artemisinin as a single drug would lead to it going the same way as other anti-malarial drugs such as chloroquine, sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine and atovaquone which lost ...

Fish Oil Can Protect Against Air Pollution Effects

...eract the effect of air pollution, known to have a disastrous effect on cardiac health. // The results of the present study have valuable implications with the ever-increasing air pollution levels in our environment. The study participants were required to consume a 2g fish oil supplement everyday for a perio...

Government Advertisement Faces Criticism For Wrong Salt Claim

...ne of the chemical constituents of salt can have a disastrous effect on the general health. Most processed food therefore now display the sodium content in the display label. This can be multiplied by 2.5, to arrive at the amount of salt in the food preparation. The solution therefore is to maintain an adequ...

Do Women Die In Childbirth Because It Is More Preferable?

...ion, elevated stress levels, depression could have disastrous effects on both the mother and the fetus. Female infanticide: Reports of female infanticide have been reported since the early times. However, it is not until recently that such issues have attracted public attention. The condition is however a r...

Drug Combinations Could Be Dangerous

...noted that combining two or more drugs can lead to disastrous consequences, including death. // Several medications contain active ingredients that can interact or work against each other. Patients and doctors can rule out the risks by paying close attention to what they are taking. 'Some of these interacti...

Unhealthy Gums Increase Risk Of Premature Delivery

...ery, before 32 weeks of gestation. This could have disastrous consequences on the health of the baby, leading to disability and even death. The observation was found to be valid even when other factors such as the mother’s age, prior history of premature delivery and socioeconomic differences were taken into co...

Children Of Smoking Parents Face Increased Risk Of Bacterial Infection

... mothers have been cautioned about smoking and its disastrous consequences on the health of the child. ...

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