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Man against HIV – new vaccine ready for human trials

...nsumed five years of dedicated work and employs an entirely new approach in tackling the virus. The idea is to block the virus from growing inside the body rather than trying to bolster the immune system against the virus as many vaccines try to do. TAT protein is an important protein in the virus, which is...

Dangerous food bacteria

...ironment. It's practically impossible to keep food entirely free of them. The scientists also say the increasing use of manure as fertilizer poses the risk of spreading harmful bacteria to food, either by contaminating irrigation water or by coming into contact with crops. The study also warns against overu...

Fresh approach to TB treatment

...ould be suitable to combat TB many years before an entirely new type of drug can be discovered. Thes ecompounds should be considered urgently,” added Professor Kelly. ...

Processed Meat, Diabetes connection Found

...t other dietary factors, but it is not possible to entirely rule them out,'' said Hu. This result may reflect a typical unhealthy dietary pattern.' Dr. Ruth Kava, director of nutrition at the American Council on Science and Health, said dietary studies such as this have a basic weakness because they depend up...

A way to slow the progression of Type 1 Diabetes

...tes eventually lose the ability to produce insulin entirely and rely solely on injected insulin to maintain control of their good sugar levels. However, the 12 patients treated with anti-CD3 mAb produced more natural insulin and needed less injected insulin one year after treatment they untreated patients. Re...

Low-dose Growth Hormone (GH) with diet and exercise may help weight loss

... follow-up period. Importantly,the weight loss was entirely made up of body fat, largely in the abdominal area. The patients did not lose any muscle mass. Weight loss in the control arm was not significant. Changes in body fat in the GH arm correlated with normalization of IGF-I levels. GH-treated subjects ...

Stem cells offer hope for muscular dystrophy

...extremely weak, but a cured mouse recovered almost entirely all its strength," said Roberto Bottinelli from the University of Pavia, who worked on the study. The experiment proves a theory but some real-world stumbling blocks remain. For instance, the approach would work best if a patient's own mesoangiobla...

Link Between Mothers Depression and Violence in Children

...eir mothers and that the child’s later violence is entirely explained by pre-existing factors within the child.” ...

New Drug Combination Found To Improve Memory in Alzheimer’s Patient

...er. Memantine is significant, since it provides an entirely new medication option for the 2.5 million people currently suffering at the advanced stage of Alzheimer’s. Prior to the FDA’s approval of memantine, only acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, like donepezil, were approved for treating Alzheimer’s patien...

Hope For Patient With Alzheimer’s Diseas

...er. Memantine is significant, since it provides an entirely new medication option for the 2.5 million people currently suffering at the advanced stage of Alzheimer’s. Prior to the FDA’s approval of memantine, only acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, like donepezil, were approved for treating Alzheimer’s patien...

Herbal Remedies For Insomnia And Anxiety May Be Ineffective

...controlled clinical research trial to be conducted entirely over the Internet. The "direct-to-participant" method used for the study included measures to confirm that the participants were who they claimed to be and were not providing misleading information on outcomes. Internet studies may provide a valuable...

Identification of gene

...the study, Professor Jamey Marth said: "this is an entirely new manner by which autoimmune disease can occur, by a gene controlling carbohydrate formation. These findings provide new insights into understanding autoimmune disease and suggest new diagnostic tests for possible causes of human SLE ". ...

The anxiety gene

...inding".He said: "It looks like they have found an entirely new mechanism of disease." He said that people who had a parent who experienced panic disorders were up to eight times more likely to develop a similar disorder than other members of the population. Professor Baker said that a panic attack was esse...

Angina to be treted by gene therapy

... The Manchester researchers are investigating an entirely new method of inserting genes, using ultrasound to "drive" them into the target cells. Early laboratory tests look encouraging. Dr Christopher Chater, one of the team, said: "Gene therapy could be a great way of controlling the growth of cells in art...

Heart valve surgery may be replaced by new heart therapy

...e years, but it is very promising and will open an entirely new area in the field of valve replacement. The technique, which was explained by Dr. Martin Leon, director of the Cardiovascular Research Center at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City at the 15th Annual International Symposium on Endovascular Thera...

Electronic Skin (E-Skin) To Robots

...evelop a new technology which makes it possible to entirely cover the surface of robot bodies with e-skins. Max Lungarella, a robotics expert from University of Tokyo, said that "The work is highly interesting and in my opinion highly promising," and he proposed that it would be better to have a sensor which...

Radio-guided Neurosurgery for treatment of Brain cancer

...normous risks and the success of the tumor removal entirely depends on the surgeon’s skill. By using the new technology the effectiveness of tumor removal is highly successful. The new procedure is done by inserting intravenously, an isotope called technetium-99m, which cruises on a molecule called Sestemab...

Early Awareness About Weight Management Needed To Tackle Lifelong Obesity

...as a probable trigger. The reasons for that aren't entirely clear, but scientists have theorized that deposits of fats may unleash a cascade of hormones alerting the body that it is capable of producing offspring. Another theory: The excess calories consumed by an overweight girl cause her bones to grow fast...

The Falling Sperm Count In Men

...d impair them. Caffeine : Although one is not entirely sure about caffeine research has shown that caffeine appear to make sperm sluggish. But conflicting research has also found that caffeine actually increases the ability of sperm to reach the egg at the right time. A moderate amount may do no harm (c...

Novel drug holds promise for treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis

...apeutic approach, which holds the promise to be an entirely new type of immunomodulatory drug – one that can shape a patient’s immune system, rather than suppressing it. With such an advance, the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis seems a potential reachable realit....

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