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When Celebrities Die

..." That should be good news for those emotionally fragile people. But are they listening?...

ZYDUS enters female health care segment

...rised by loss of bone mass, thus making bones very fragile thereby increasing the risk of fractures. Bonmax is a selective estrogen receptor modulator. It maximises bone mass thereby reducing the risk of breast cancer and decreases total and LDL cholesterol. Currently international trials are on to explore...

Mutation connected to Osteoporosis

...ineral content of bone decreases, the bones become fragile and easily break, which leads to the disability associated with osteoporosis. Currently, osteoporosis treatment is aimed at replacing calcium in bones but there is no approved treatment aimed at growing new bones. Since the GSNA1 mutation is instruc...

Hazards of anger in heart patients

...his article is an eye-opener for those people with fragile hearts.Most of us get angry for trivial things which does not concern us.But this one moment of anger is sufficient enough to cause life threatning cardiac arrest in patients with heart disease by provoking an abnormal heart rhythm. A device called ...

Fragile X-Associated Tremor /Ataxia Syndrome Need Guidelines For Diagnostic Tests

...se. The cause of the disorder is a mutation of the fragile X gene that causes mental retardation....

Low bone mass in Postmenopausal Women

...aster than it can be replaced and as a result have fragile bones and fractures.The study found that nearly 40 percent of postmenopausal women in the United States have undetected low bone mass, placing them at serious risk for osteoporotic fracture as they age. Dr.Ethil and Dr. Charles H. Chesnut, professor...

Green Beans for Cancer Prevention and Treatment.

...t, as chemical stability of the compounds are very fragile and can be toxic, so an effective chemical compound of Inositol has to be developed which blocks the enzyme effectively. Dr Falasca said: "Our study suggests the importance of a diet enriched in foods such as beans, nuts and cereals which could hel...

Physicians To Discuss Ways To Save Premature Babies From RSV

...eveloped lungs and weak immune systems leave these fragile patients susceptible to respiratory illnesses. During virus season, which begins in late October, these babies are at a higher risk of developing respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a disease that may be up to 10 times more deadly than influenza in ch...

Beauty Queens Urge On The Importance Of Maintaining Bone Integrity

...festyle. Osteoporosis, in which the bones become fragile and break easily, is one of the world's most devastating and common chronic diseases. It strikes one in three women over 50 worldwide (more than breast cancer) and one in five men (more than prostate cancer). Maximum bone development takes place in...

Want Strong Bones: Exercise And Eat Right!

...in life' Osteoporosis, in which the bones become fragile and break easily, is one of the world's most devastating and common chronic diseases. It strikes one in three women over 50 worldwide (more than breast cancer) and one in five men (more than prostate cancer). Because bone is living tissue, which re...

Democracy Not To Be Forced On People

... take democracy into a nation. Democracy is very fragile and should be established and handled with care otherwise it will result in a complete failure. When America is showing interest in the affairs of other countries like Iraq and Afghanistan it has strained the internal democracy. This is a matter ...

Treating Sickle Cell Anemia using Healthy Stem Cells

...in blood stream and these blood cells becomes very fragile leading to break down within 10 to 20 days leading to anemia. Researchers have used embryonic stem cells for treating mutations in human sickle cell anemia by inserting healthy hemoglobin gene, though the work has been successful in bioengineered m...

Calcium and exercise prevents Osteoporosis

...e occur it leads to weaker bones which become more fragile and brittle which is susceptible to fractures and bone breaks. This Bone Estrogen Strength Training (BEST) Study supplemented the study patients daily with two Citracal tablets (800 mg calcium) and regular exercise and the patients were followed u...

Pre Implantation Genetic Haplotyping to Identify 6,000 Inherited Diseases

...cences to test for other genetic diseases, such as fragile X- syndrome and myotonic dystrophy. Stuart Lavery, a fertility expert at Hammersmith hospital, London, said the research would give many couples the first chance of having healthy children. ...

Women More Persistent with Monthly Osteoporosis Treatment

...will experience a fracture at some time because of fragile bones, so any treatment regime that improves compliance is to be welcomed." The women who took part in the study had an average age of 68 and more than a third had a family history of osteoporosis. 45 per cent had already suffered a fracture, w...

Scientists Review Loeys-Dietz Syndrome in the Largest Ever Study to date

...d ligaments and causes hypermobility of joints and fragile blood vessels that tear easily. "This study shows that both clinical and molecular analyses can distinguish patients with Loeys-Dietz syndrome from those with either Marfan syndrome or vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome," says Harry Dietz, M.D., direc...

Estrens For Osteoporosis Might Have Adverse effects

...steoporosis -- a disease in which the bones become fragile and highly susceptible to fracture. Bone strength is naturally maintained by a group of hormones known as sex hormones (for example, estrogen). However, unnaturally high levels of these hormones cause cancer of the reproductive organs and breast tiss...

New Guidelines for Osteoporosis treatment

...reatments enhance bone density in order to prevent fragile bones. Post menopausal women at any age are given bisposphanates and strontium ranelate. But Nice wants to execute guidelines according to which, only women above the age of 75 would be entitled to the drugs on the NHS. Angela Jordan, deputy chi...

Breathing Training Helps Decrease Risk of Complications After Graft Surgery

...ibly because CABG surgery is now performed in more fragile (high-risk) patients at greater risk of PPCs. Postoperative pulmonary complications continue to have an effect on patient illness and risk of death, length of hospital stay, and overall use of resources, according to background information in the art...

As these women box on, do they risk becoming mothers?

...m. Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and are more likely to break. If not prevented or if left untreated, osteoporosis can progress painlessly till a bone breaks. Women have four times more chances of developing this disease than men. But Aruna, who got married this June, is also not t...

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