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Vitamin B12 can help in detecting cancers

...he breast with mammograms as well as in women with fatty replaced breasts," says Dr. Collins. Dr. Collins says the B12 test has only been used on a small group of patients, and more studies are needed. He adds the treatment could be helpful in other cancer patients including those with thyroid, brain, lung...

Fight Heart disease and Pain with Meditation

...of heart disease including high blood pressure and fatty deposition in blood vessels- atherosclerosis. The ...as a positive, measurable effect on the buildup of fatty deposits in arteries and also plays a major role in alleviating pain in many patients. Researchers ...

Heart disease threat starts early in life for Diabetics

...r developing atherosclerosis, a condition in which fatty plaque accumulates inside the arteries and obstructs the flow of blood and oxygen. In the general population, atherosclerosis accounts for roughly 1.5 million heart attacks and 600,000 strokes each year. Those with more plaque inside their arteries ...

Risk of heart disease begins in teens

... diabetes. It was found that there was substantial fatty plaque buildup inside the arteries regardless of body weight, family history, smoking and length of time with diabetes. These individuals are particularly susceptible to atherosclerosis. The findings were recently presented at a meeting of the Americ...

Lose Weight With New Wonder Slimming FDA approved Prescription Drug

... Your body cannot convert these excess calories to fatty tissue or use them as a source of energy. This will therfore help you to reduce your weight, maintain your lower weight and minimise any weight regain. The impact of Xenical treatment on quality of life was examined in research presented by SusanMa...

Breast milk is essential

...l as the high levels of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids....

Dental exam reveals stroke risk

...exams. A warning sign of stroke risk is atheroma - fatty deposits in the carotid arteries serving the brain. This can be picked up through a dental x-ray. Researchers in California have assessed dental x-rays and medical records of 52 women of average age 70. Sixteen of these women had atheroma in the neck...

Flaxseed fights cancer risk

...cer itself. Besides lignans, the fibre and omega-3 fatty acids in flaxseed could also be protective....

Supplement helps cardiac surgery

...ment contained L-arginine, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, and yeast. In the group which took the supplement, there were fewer post-operative infections and had better-preserved kidney function than in the placebo group(four out of 12). This looks like a simple and safe way of improving the outcome ...

Bald head bad health

...y contribute to both atheroscelrosis - build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries - and thrombosis, a susceptibility to blood clots.Researchers also say that heart disease and baldness may be inherited together and they recommended that bald men should be monitored more closely for heart problems....

Vitamin C for the heart

...is a form of atherosclerosis, a condition in which fatty build-up accumulates inside the arteries and obstructs blood flow. In PAD, blood flow in the legs and feet is impaired, which can cause lameness and pain. PAD is also associated with an increased risk of death and disability caused by heart attack an...

Wake-up call for peripheral artery disease

...legs and arms become blocked with the same kind of fatty deposits - plaque - which cause coronary artery disease. The best way of treating it is very simple - keep walking. While the disease makes walking painful, regular exercise does actually increase the ability to walk with ease. Positive effects are s...

Role of fats and oils in vision care

...r cent increased risk. But diets rich in omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish like tuna and salmon, were protective against AMD. The message is that if you want to look after your eyes, cut down on processed foods high in vegetable fats, but eat more fish....

Fish for the lungs

...tudies also point out that fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which some research indicates may inhibit tumour growth and development. Oily fish, such as herring and mackerel, are particularly rich in this type of fat. Consumption of the most raw and green vegetables, fruit, and milk were also signific...

Omega-3 fatty acids impair immunity

Taking large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids may be unwise for those with weakened immunity.Researchers at the University of Missouri, Columbia, have been studying omega-3s for many years now and know that one of their effects is to damp down inflammation. That's why fish oils - rich in o...

The mouth-heart connection

...oronary arteries, so encouraging the deposition of fatty plaque which narrows the vessels. In fact, CRP is now being used as a new 'marker' for heart disease - the higher CRP is, the more likely you are to have a heart attack. The oral connection shows that looking after the health of your gums could be vi...

The mouth-heart connection

...oronary arteries, so encouraging the deposition of fatty plaque which narrows the vessels. In fact, CRP is now being used as a new 'marker' for heart disease - the higher CRP is, the more likely you are to have a heart attack. The oral connection shows that looking after the health of your gums could be vi...

All the more bad

.... Paraoxonase is a enzyme which helps to prevent fatty deposits building up and blocking the blood vessel...body, and are thought to stimulate the build up of fatty deposits in the arteries. The new research suggests that smoking has a double whammy effect - it sti...

Diabetes on the rise

...he adoption of a more Western lifestyle, involving fatty food and too little exercise. Obesity is a known risk factor for the development of diabetes. Dr Mohan, Medical Director of the MV Diabetes Research centre in Chennai, told the annual conference of the Association of Physicians of India: "By 2005, we...

Drugs to stop burgeon of HIV

...n created by HIV called Vpu formed ion channels in fatty membranes around cells. Ion channels act as 'gates' for ions to pass in and out of the cell."We had to make a conceptual leap between ion channels and the budding process" said Professor Gage who works in the Division of Biochemistry and Molecular Bi...

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