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20 Mg Rimonabant Per Day may Help to Quit Smoking

...opping smoking removes the nicotine and once again disturbs the mechanism, adding to the withdrawal symptoms and leaving a person prone to put on weight. One potential way of preventing this is to take a drug that blocks the receptor that is involved in nicotines action in the brain the cannabinoid 1 recept...

Herpes Simplex and Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Single Gen

... next. The team is studying whether herpes somehow disturbs the receptor, possibly altering the structure and function of the synapse. Damage to synapses is one of the earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease. Another possibility is that the body's immune response against herpes somehow damages the brain, and t...

Party Over –now Its How to Get Ove’ the Hangove!

...tually robs sleep. Although primarily sedating, it disturbs sound sleep called rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. To add to the injury, the byproduct of alcohol when it is metabolized is acetaldehyde which is a toxin . Acetaldehyde causes rapid heart rate and also cause headache, flushed skin, bouts of sweat,...

Blocking Glucocorticoid Prevents Stress-Induced Skin Abnormalities

...vious studies have shown that psychological stress disturbs this elegantly balanced system by decreasing epidermal cell proliferation and inhibiting differentiation. Additionally, permeability barrier function is impaired. The researchers hypothesized that the increase in glucocorticoids induced by psychologi...

Clinical Impact of Activity and Abdominal Pressure on Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Need to Be Further Analyzed

...ases. It is said that increased abdominal pressure disturbs the operation. Hence it is a common practice for the doctors to advice women not to engage in exercise and heavy labor after pelvic floor surgery. Dr. Ingrid Nygaard from the University of Utah College of Medicine in Salt Lake City and her associat...

SAD Patients Require Treatment

...eractions. The lesser sunlight during these months disturbs the sleep-wake-cycle resulting in SAD. The excess sleep is reportedly caused by lesser levels of hormone melatonin. Proper diagnosis and treatment is required for the SAD disorder, according to sources from the Screening for Mental Health. Most of...

Hospital Noise Raises The Risk Of Medical Error: Study

High decibel levels in hospitals disturbs both patients and doctors, and increases medical error risks, according to a study.// Noise made by speakers, electronic devices, heating and cooling systems and by loud voices of employees and visitors can result in lapses in short-term memory, ac...

Novel drug holds promise for treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis

...mmation in RA patients. The drug when administered disturbs the immune system, which is then activated to kill and clear foreign pathogens in the body. This results in an enhanced immune response which is not possible otherwise. The drug would have to administered through the oral route as the immune set up i...

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