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TIZANIDINE - New solution to chronic headache

...ic required by the patient, it seemed to work more efficiently on reducing the frequency of the most severe headaches', said Lake. Hence don’t worry migraineites !...

Is Obesity a risk factor?

...e the heart does not pump blood around the body as efficiently as it should. Even though there is no cure, it is treatable with drugs.Doctors often advise people with heart failure to lose weight if they are obese. Researchers in Texas have surveyed 1000 people with heart failure and found that overweight and ...

Function of genes in heart failure

...iastolic function. Diastolic function measures how efficiently the heart refills with blood after each heartbeat. They found family relationships explained as much as half of the variability in diastolic function. Dalane W. Kitzman, M.D., from Wake Forest, says, that our research suggest that when one is born, ...

Obesity risk can be reduced by eating breakfast regularly

...le with the syndrome are unable to process glucose efficiently and have a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes as well as heart disease. The study assessed the breakfast habits and risk factors for heart disease among 1,198 black and 1,633 white participants between 1992 and 2000. Among the participants, ...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

...Dr. Michael Henke comments: "Although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin might impair disease control when manifest cancer is irradiated." He calls for further res...

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients

...Dr. Michael Henke comments: "Although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin might impair disease control when manifest cancer is irradiated." He calls for further res...

Oxygen Usage During Exercise Could Indicate Heart Problems

... It was found that their hearts were not operating efficiently during exercise, and this was matched with decreased heart function at rest as revealed by newer imaging methods....

Anemia Treatment for Cancer Patients Might Not be a Good Idea.

... the risks. Researchers say although epoetin beta efficiently corrects anemia among patients undergoing curative radiotherapy, it is not associated with improved cancer control or survival. On the contrary, erythropoietin might impair disease control when manifest cancer is irradiated. However further research ...

Oxygen Consumption During Workouts Could Indicate Heart Problems

... It was found that their hearts were not operating efficiently during exercise, and this was matched with decreased heart function at rest as revealed by newer imaging methods. ...

Developing a new vaccine using a new technology

...een engineered to be non-infectious and capable of efficiently delivering genes expressing HIV proteins to the immune system. IAVI will play a role in contributing technical expertise and funding and thus form a joint R&D team together with GSK. Members of the team say that the initial research will focus on de...

Controlled Gene Expressions Can Cure Many Diseases

...gy, Dr. Corey and his colleagues describe how they efficiently shut down gene expression in cultured cells by blocking the ability of chromosomal DNA to be copied into RNA and made into proteins. The studies are the most definitive to date showing that chromosomal DNA is accessible to and can be controlled by sy...

Digoxin Pill To Fight Against Both Heart Diseases And Cancer

...ove plant, is normally used to help the heart beat efficiently by maintaining the rhythm of the heart and treat heart diseases. The chemical nature of the drug is changed by the team of researchers from University of Wisconsin-Madison to make the drug fight against cancer//. This technique is called as neo (new...

Nanocells cancer combination therapy acts as chemotherapy as well as anti-angiogenic drug

...r chemotherapy is not effective in treating cancer efficiently due to its non-specificity and inability to target the cancer cells alone. Due to this non-specificity there is increased // development of drug resistance shown by these cancer cells. Normal cells and cancer cells depend on blood supply for susten...

Treatment for Cystic Fibrosis in the future

...of the research is to make a drug that would work efficiently and effectively at low doses....

Calcitriol [Vitamin D] with combination of painkillers for cancer treatment

...f Calcitriol, which is a form of Vitamin D that is efficiently metabolized by the body and more effective than other Vitamin D pills and fortified milk. The researchers wanted to exploit the earlier research results of Calcitriol and pain killers in the treatment of cancer, the workers wanted to test the synergi...

Familial Breast cancer without gene mutation not found to cause ovarian cancer.

... but detection of early ovarian cancer is still so efficiently developed, so for detection women should do pelvic examination every year and consult doctor and annual medical examinations is required for early detection of cancers. (SOURCE: Journal of the National Cancer Institute)...

Novel antibiotic dressing developed for improved wound healing

...op resistance. The antibiotic substance has to be efficiently mass-produced in such a way it can be permanently made adherent to wound dressings or perhaps it could even be applied to ready-to-wear clothing. However, large-scale industrial manufacturing would be required to produce huge quantities of these comm...

First Crossover Kidney Transplantation In Germany

...fer plasmapheresis, which can eliminate antibodies efficiently but produces extra costs. Netherlands has had a very active program since 2004 but has slightly different arrangements to those in Germany. All kidneys are offered and taken from a pool. Recipients and donors can stay anonymous, which is generally ...

Driving While Using A Mobile Phone May Be Dangerous

... may be in terms of accuracy and response time, as efficiently switching over to a new task can be // prevented by structural cognitive limitations, according to Oregon State University’s Assistant Professor of Psychology Mei-Ching Lien. This includes simple tasks also. The studies that Mei-Ching Lien conduct...

Little Known DNA Repair Enzyme May Be A Tumor Suppressor Gene

...nd animals, pol zeta has the remarkable ability to efficiently extend, in the test tube, DNA with lesions that stop most other DNA polymerases in their tracks. Research has shown that inactivation of this lesion-replicating enzyme in yeast leads to a dramatic decrease in the frequency of mutations induced by a w...

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