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Be happy: live long

...uns. "It's been known for years that pathological expressions of emotion like depression or hostility can lead to illness," said David Snowdon, University of Kentucky professor of neurology and director of the Nun Study for the school's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. He also added, "Our theory is that negative...

Control of anger disorder connected to Brain Dysfunction

... example, more likely to perceive "neutral" facial expressions as "disgusted." In other tests, Best's team found ... other test subjects, they tended to label neutral expressions as "disgusted" and disgusted expressions as "angry," according to Best's team. Finally, in a test o...

Re –growing Brain cells destroyed by Parkinson’s disease

...spect to their motor skills, verbal memory, facial expressions and motivation. On studying the brain cells of a patient who died recently and who was part of the GDNF trial researchers say they were able to demonstrate the regrowth of cells in the human brain. Further examination of his brain also revealed tha...

Inherent similarities in identical twins may not be so strong

...f its genetic structure, but because of the varied expressions of the gene’s DNA. Epigenome can affect the attrib...d that the epigenetic effect can alter the genetic expressions in twins through varied exposure of chemicals, dietary habits and environmental factors can bring so...

Gene responsible for immune deficiency discovered

...p fight the infections. The discovery of the gene expressions open new doors to prepare diagnostic tests for these conditions, and help clinical practitioners identify problems at an early stage. This will be boon for most sick children because they can have normal levels of IgA and IgG, and have poor antibody ...

Early detection of alcohol abuse is better option for treatment

... and use microarray analysis that will reveal gene expressions that can be used as a biomarker. often people are not aware of the fact that misuse of alcohol can be very harmful for the health, and advent of a bio-marker can help them who are not aware of the risk they have for their health. is that misuse of a...

Controlled Gene Expressions Can Cure Many Diseases

...chers had found a new technique to control genetic expressions by silencing some expressions of the gene.// This technique is all set to cure many diseases and health conditions. Researchers a...

Predicting Breast Cancer Recurrence By Understanding Gene Signature

...ure cancer recurrence .// For the study the gene expressions in 286 tumor samples from 209 lymph-node-negative breast cancer patients were examined. The patients had not received hormone or chemotherapy after their initial cancer treatment and varied in age and in their tumor sizes. Results analyzed, after a...

Risk Of Pre-eclampsia May Be In The Genes Of The Parents.

...ents’ genes of the pregnant lady may have the gene expressions that can trigger this // condition in her. The report is published in the online edition of BMJ. Pre-eclampsia is a serious condition where abnormally high blood pressure and other disturbances develop in the second half of pregnancy. It occurs in 3...

Novel Technique Can Enhance Stem Cell Multiplication By 30 Fold

...n, the researchers began to look for specific gene expressions that were active in the new cell population. It was hypothesized that such genes could code for growth factors or other similar substances, critical for stem cell growth and multiplication. The researchers employed microarray technique to locate su...

Relieving the Pain of Infants

...essure goes up," Taddio said. “And also, they have expressions of pain, so facial expressions are our most important indicator. And we look for specific actions that the face does — the eyebrows...

Men And Women Read Different News To Manage Anger

...le task: to evaluate photos of people with neutral expressions on their faces. They were asked to select which one of six emotions – anger, fear, sadness, disgust, happiness, and surprise – each face represented. They were shown 20 faces, each for just two seconds. The anger of the study participants was provo...

Novel Device Developed To Help Autistic Individuals Communicate Better

...the camera while its captures the listeners facial expressions represent some of the significant challenges to be overcome before it can be approved and marketed. The device can also function as a teaching aid, says Timothy Bickmore. 'I would love it if you could have a computer looking at each student in the ...

Brain Matures Emotionally with Age

...ain responses while the participants viewed facial expressions of emotions. The younger age groups were significantly better at recognizing fear but in the older people the medial prefrontal area of the brain was more active during the process of negative emotions than positive ones. Hence the study researcher...

Minimally Invasive Procedure Restores Sagging Facial Skin without Heavy Lifting

...nts are advised to avoid making exaggerated facial expressions and to be careful when sleeping to minimize the risk of pulling on the threads for about a week. Most patients can resume normal activities within a couple of days. As with any surgical procedure, there can be side effects. They include bruising an...

What a Boy Needs

...taught to have pride in, and for, the constructive expressions of masculinity.” Soure-Medindia SRM...

Facial Expressions are Inherited: Study

The facial expressions that we exhibit when we are happy, sad or angry ar...f University of Haifa, Israel, analysed the facial expressions of 21 volunteers who had been blind from birth along with those of their relatives, reported the onl...

Childhood abuse may hamper sufferers’ adult relationship

...participants reacted to the new person with facial expressions of positive emotion (presumably deriving from love for the parent). Among participants who had been abused, however, this was accompanied by negative reactions as well, such as expectations for rejection, mistrust, dislike, and emotional distancing. ...

Gene Linked With Aggressive 'Wet' Form Of AMD

... gene and the encoded protein. They found that the expressions were elevated in the eyes of patients who carry HTRA1. "The marker we have identified is very much associated with AMD, but no one has ever pinpointed the clinical features of the gene. We need to conduct further analysis in order to understand th...

'Hooded Horror': Death by Hanging

...lls, leading to the fracture. There are no visible expressions of agony and the pain too is minimized. Excuses to Execute Having gone through the nuances of hanging, the question that crops up in one’s mind is-how justifiable is the execution of a human? Can it really be excused in the name of righteous i...

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