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Naked DNA Vaccination May Conquer Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis

...tibodies tested in the trials. First, they require frequent administration. Additionally, the body's immune system eventually recognizes the antibodies as foreign and generates an immune response that can exacerbate the disease. Naked DNA vaccination technology may counter these undesirable effects. This cons...

Inhaled Steroids Safe & Effective for Children with Asthma

...ations for long-term asthma control in people with frequent asthma symptoms, although data on their long term effects in children were limited. Said Lenfant, " CAMP provides scientific evidence regarding the long term effectiveness and safety of inhaled corticosteroids for children. Physicians, other health c...

TIZANIDINE - New solution to chronic headache

...de new hope for millions of people who suffer from frequent headaches. American scientists in World Congress of Neurology told that tizanidine, can cut the frequency, duration and intensity of headaches. Doctors from the Michigan Head Pain and Neurological Institute in Ann Arbor found it in their study that ...

New antiperspirant in action - Botox does the difference

Wet palms, frequent changing of shirts - the result of excessive sweating - known as hyperhydrosis, is always a state of embarrasment. Botox, a purified form of Botulinum toxin type A, is now a new found solution for treating hyperhydrosis. Prescription antiperspirants...

Iron supplements proves helpful in dry cough .

...t however this drug produces dry cough as its most frequent side effect.// In most cases, patients with this troublesome complication discontinue the drug. Koreans have come out with a remedy for this complication.Iron supplementation may provide relief for patients suffering from angiotensin-converting enzy...

Eating disorders are hereditary

..., so it was found that bulimia was four times more frequent among the relatives of the first group. And the number multiplies eleven times when it was about anorexia.// These disorders of the eating habits present themselves generally in adolescents who usually self restrict themselves, who are perfectionis...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...ly improve quality of life. In diabetes, this is a frequent complication, and can lead to tissue death, and wounds which either do not heal, or take months to do so. // Altering a gene could help doctors grow new, healthy, blood vessels in heart patients and diabetics. A research team from the University o...

E. coli strains resistant to a common antibiotic

...y infections. But while E. coli from bad food is a frequent cause of diarrhoea and other digestive miseries, u...mon, especially among women, and cause painful and frequent urination. // The new research found that a single, genetically identical strain was responsible ...

Gastrointestinal ills more common in diabetics

...tinence and nausea, according to a report. But the frequent stomach and intestinal troubles may be a result of poor control of blood sugar rather than a side effect of diabetes medications, researchers suggest. Gastrointestinal symptoms such as heartburn, bloating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and constipation ...

Snoring could be a warning

...ires to 453 pregnant women. While only 4% reported frequent snoring before pregnancy, 23% snored by the end of their pregnancies. Around 10% of the snoring women had pre-eclampsia, while only 4% of non-snorers developed the condition. All patients with pre-eclampsia started snoring before any hint of pre-ecla...

Eating More Often May Help Lower Cholesterol

... meals per day. This was despite the fact that the frequent eaters, on average, had a higher calorie and fat i...es to these eating patterns. It could also be that frequent eaters metabolize what they eat rather differently than infrequent eaters....

Bar Codes For Prescribed Drugs

...lly, and that medication errors are among the most frequent of these mistakes. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will propose a rule that would require drugmakers to put bar codes on their products in an effort to reduce the incidence of medical errors. // The proposal is largely aimed at...

Hope For Stiff-Person Syndrome

...orm daily tasks because of total-body stiffness or frequent falls. Some patients rely on walkers or wheelchairs while others are completely bedridden. Exposure to noise, touch or emotional distress can set off muscle spasms, and some patients are afraid to leave their house because of the spasms. High doses ...

New Drug, Pleconaril speeds recovery from common cold

Colds are the single most frequent reason why people go to the doctor. Antibiotics are worthless against colds, though doctors often prescribe them anyway. Researchers have developed a drug that speeds recovery from the common cold -- a significant breakthrough for scientists who have...

Sex safe for strokes

Scientists have discovered that frequent sexual intercourse can actually reduce the risk of suffering a terminal heart attack.Middle aged men can have sex as many times// as they like without having to fear their risk of having a stroke, according to research. Professor Shah Ebrahim, who...

Water regulation in humans

...ilment that inhibits reabsorption of water causing frequent urination and emaciation.Water makes up 70% of the human body, and while certain cells need to absorb water quickly, other cells are relatively impermeable to water. About a decade ago, Peter Agre, a professor from Hopkins stumbled upon an unknown p...

Prefiguring Alzheimer's disease

... Sisters of Notre Dame. The Sisters agreed to have frequent physical and psychological exams and that their brains could be studied after death. The current study focuses on 120 nuns and shows that those who had neurofibrillary tangles in their brains, after death, were more likely to have performed poorly ...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...ly improve quality of life. In diabetes, this is a frequent complication, and can lead to tissue death, and wounds which either do not heal, or take months to do so. Altering a gene could help doctors grow new, healthy, blood vessels in heart patients and diabetics. A research team from the University of ...

Jumping genes eliminate sections of DNA

... told UPI. For example, "we don't think they are a frequent cause of cancer," he said. "The real significance of L1 elements is the evolution of the genome," he said, noting humans have 520,000 of them in our genome. The research was done with a strain of human tumor cells so it is not yet known if the gene ...

Watching television linked to smoking

...ng among young people. They say this suggests that frequent positive portrayals of smoking on television could be an effective indirect method of tobacco promotion. They say these results should alert parents, educators and health professionals to the idea that discouraging television viewing could be an effe...

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