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Skinny people need to exercise too

...en skinny people need to exercise to stay trim and fit thereby reducing the chances of developing heart d...f you are just slim. A healthy body is one that is fit not just slim. So the moral of the story is that exercising is mandatory for all- if one needs to li...

African HIV strains more resistant to anti HIV drugs

...ere are new strains of the virus, the key will not fit the lock and hence it will be difficult to control the burgeoning AIDS situation in Africa. But he hopes that by adapting to the changes in the protease, a drug can be developed that would be effective against various subtypes of HIV as well as varie...

CDC reveals relationship between prepregnant weight and heart defects in infants

Keeping fit and in to be in shape is not only good for the individuals themselves but also for their siblings. Over weight, which is of course the predisposer of majority of the illness such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension etc., is now being studied in ...

Zydus Cadila and Kopran in strategic alliance

...totalling Rs. 20 crores. "We saw Aten as a good fit in terms of its size and presence in the cardiac care market," Mr.Pankaj, Managing Director, Zydus Cadila said. Mr.Surendra Somani, MD, Kopran said, "while Aten would grow faster in the hands of Zydus, Kopran would be able to acheive higher growths ...

Gas Masks Don't Always Fit an Emergency

... The second-most protective masks are those that fit either over the full face or over half the face and contain filters. These masks can protect against breathing in most gases and biological agents as long as the person is wearing the correct filter, which only can be used once....

Risk Of Developing Arthritis

...ple starting the New Year with a resolution to get fit are urged to pursue their chosen sport with care. Exercising inappropriately could cause damage that leads to arthritis in later life.// People who severely damage the cartilage in their joints in their 20s and 30s are at greater risk of developing o...

Invest on gym memberships

...tance, they may need careful adjusting before they fit to your body, and you may need to learn certain sk...e snug - then see if you can trim yourself down to fit into it. If you do want to get a machine, keep it simple and go for an exercise bike or treadmill. B...

Researchers trick Alzheimer's Enzyme

...cular drug designers make inhibitor molecules that fit snuggly into the active sites of target enzymes, blocking their action on other molecules. Many diseases -- cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer's, arthritis and anthrax, for instance -- induce unnatural functions in enzymes. Inhibiting enzyme action can treat th...

Gene researchers make Malaria-resistant mosquito

... doesn't find the right molecule," or any space to fit into, Jacobs-Lorena explained. The investigators found that the genetically modified mosquitoes were less susceptible to infection after feeding on a malaria-infected mouse and were far less able to transmit the malaria parasite to mice than normal m...

Keep fit always

...come everyone's fetish in day to day life. Keeping fit costs hardly anything if you think creatively about your activities. If you belong to a gym or health club,// you'll be familiar with high tech equipment- like elliptical trainers, treadmill and stairmasters. These items typically cost thousands of...

Keep fit with salads

...lads to be the healthy, green and best way to stay fit and fine. <br...

Imitating celebrity mums may prove unsafe for mom and child

...out being pregnant and motivate themselves to stay fit for their own and their baby's sake....

Fitness Level Predicts Stroke

...t men were more likely to suffer a stroke than the fit men. They also found after adjusting for other risk factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, diabetes, cholesterol levels and blood pressure levels the association between cardio fitness level and stroke still existed. In fact, researchers say l...

Memory said to automatically improve with age

...es in their brains. The people who were physically fit had gray matter in better shape.It was found that losing weight can also improve memory function. Losing weight will improve how you regulate your glucose, and we have shown that improved glucose regulation is associated with better memory.Dealing w...

Blood Marker Found To Predict Colon Cancer

... how or whether measuring C-reactive protein would fit into current screening and prevention strategies for colorectal cancer but they say further studies are needed to help clarify the mechanism by which inflammation increases the risk of cancer...

An Incentive For Breast Cancer Survivors

...sedentary group was significantly heavier and less fit than the regular exercisers in that they were able to complete a walk test in less time. Previous studies show regular exercise improves body esteem in non-cancer populations, as well. These findings are especially important, say researchers, because...

Exercise The Ideal Solution For Postmenopausal Women

...the exercise group were 36 percent more physically fit compared to when they started, while women who did not exercise were only 1.7 percent more physically fit. Researchers also found bone mineral density remained stable in the exercise group and decreased in the group that did not exercise. The women i...

Circadian Rhythm Could Determine Lung Function

...ders can adapt treatments and procedures to better fit patients' individual needs....

Strong Magnetic Stimulation Can Help Treating Severe Depression

...rrent is weak and it does not trigger an epileptic fit like ECT. The patient remains fully conscious during the treatment. The Bonn researchers have treated a total of 30 patients suffering from severe depression either with electro-shock or magnetic stimulation. Both methods were found to be equally...

Researchers reversed the process of memory loss

... the new research findings may make them easier to fit into normal life. Reference: Science, July 205...

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