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Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

... value of brain imaging potentially being able to foretell the likelihood of making disadvantageous decisions, added Chee. "Most of us know of people who have stayed up all night on a gambling table, taking crazy risks that did not make sense and who lost more than they had because they did not walk out wh...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...value of brain imaging – potentially being able to foretell the likelihood of making disadvantageous decisions, added Chee. "Most of us know of people who have stayed up all night on a gambling table, taking crazy risks that did not make sense and who lost more than they had because they did not walk out wh...

Innocuous Blood Test Pitches in as Heart Risk Barometer

...nt finding, uncomplicated blood tests can actually foretell the risk of complications in patients due to heart disease. This is especially //life-saving, for those who suffer severe cardiac problems, and a timely diagnosis could mean all the difference between life and death. A study published today, claims...

PSA Can Predicts The Treatment Response In Advanced Prostate Cancer

...hormone therapy for advanced prostate cancer might foretell how long he would survive. The study evaluated 1,345 men with prostate cancer that had spread to distant parts of the body. The men were treated with seven months of androgen deprivation therapy, a treatment designed to block the effects of hormone...

Teen depression maybe short lived

...bout 60% of the cases of teenage depression do not foretell any form of future depressive tendencies. Research also points out that teenage depressions may exist along with anxiety disorders, and relatively poor social interactions leading to less social relationships. According to the study, children who h...

Oral examination may not predict relationship between snoring and sleep disturbance

...t studies have shown that oral examination may not foretell much relation to snoring and sleep disturbances in patients.// Earlier patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) have mostly been related to snoring in their sleep. And so snoring was known as one of the predictors of OSAS. ...

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