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HIV did not arise from polio vaccine

...mous in a 1992 Rolling Stone article, and the idea gained more steam with the 1999 publication of journalist Edward Hooper's book "The River." But in new findings published in the journals Nature and Science, four research teams demonstrate that the Wistar vaccine did not contain chimp cells and that the v...

Scientists plan human cloning clinic in the United States

...ive specialist Dr. severino Antinori. Dr. Antinori gained international media attention through pioneering techniques that allowed postmenopausal women, including a 62 year old, to give birth. The two declared their plans at a conference at the Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky.Their announcement ec...

Virus Combats Brain Tumour

...treated with live virus appeared to be healthy and gained weight, whereas the group treated with dead virus all lost weight and appeared to be ill," Forsyth and his colleagues write. This treatment utilising the naturally available virus to kill the brain tumor cells might be a useful treatment in the futu...

Stop smoking and reduce weight

...n. At one-year follow-up after treatment, they had gained less weight than women in either the weight contro...the weight control and the standard therapy groups gained on average 11.9 pounds and 16.9 pounds, respectively. Dr. Perkins says these results indicate that...

Lecithin lowers cholesterol absorption in body

...day. There’s overall nutritional benefit than harm gained from eating “nutrient-dense” eggs_in moderation, he said. Egg contains a high quality protein than protein found in meat, milk or fish.Furthermore, egg is a significant source of vitamins A , E, and B vitamins, B-6, B-12 and folate, which are known t...

Pregnancy weight linked to breast cancer

...menopausal women. The study found that women who gained 40 pounds or more during pregnancy raise their post-menopausal risk of developing breast cancer by 40%. In industrialized countries, about half of pregnant women gain weight within the recommended range, but about 36% gain too much. Excess pregnancy ...

Fast screening for macular degeneration

...eing done with human eye tissue, but the knowledge gained will form the basis for population screening. Information of the individual variations in retinal eye pigment patterns could lead to new insights into AMD....

Migraine relieved by deadly toxin

...r chronic daily headache. None of the patients had gained any relief from painkillers. Following a course consisting of one to four botox injections over three months, 80% reported an improvement in their condition....

Fish rich diet lowers leptin

...h continued to have low leptin levels even as they gained weight. Heart researchers have been interested in leptin for several years because leptin in animals controls eating by sending a message to the brain when sufficient food is consumed. This "satiety" aspect of leptin also works in normal weight huma...

Losing that baby fat among women

... the end of the study was 6.0 kilograms. Women who gained less than the recommended amount of weight during ...ams heavier at the last follow up, while those who gained the prescribed amount were 5.9 kilograms heavier. Women who gained more weight than recommended wer...

Cell transplants for stroke

...jected with stromal cells showed improvement. They gained in both motor and sensory functioning. The researchers believe that the bone marrow cells migrate to damaged areas of the brain and produce all kinds of growth factors that help repair the tissue. More research is needed to assess whether such an a...

Multiple organ disease cured by genes

...ucuronidase, into the animals' liver. Treated dogs gained weight normally, compared to untreated animals, and showed none of the expected health problems. This is the first time gene therapy has been used for a disease involving multiple organs. It could replace the standard treatment - which is to give i...

Acupuncture in Paediatric care

... of the ancient Chinese medical practices that has gained widespread popularity is now being recommended for children. Paediatricians suggest that along with other therapies, the traditional Chinese medicine practice should// also be offered to paediatric patients. A recent study which shows significant ri...

New cure for TPP - a rare blood disease

...uffering from TPP. They also added that this study gained importance since it shed light on the mechanism of clotting that could benefit many more people....

Life expectancy lessened due to obesity

...at the recommendations for adults to avoid obesity gained a lot of support in the light of this study....

Risk Of Schizophrenia due to Gene Variation

...at the same genes contribute to both disorders has gained favor....

Downside of Diets in Children

...s during the three years of follow-up, the dieters gained more weight than the boys and girls who did not diet. Study authors write, "Drastic changes in dietary intake are rarely sustainable; thus, it is not surprising that few people maintain weight losses. For children and adolescents who are overweight,...

Risk of Heart Attack Can Now Be Predicted

...y extend the predictive and prognostic information gained from traditional inflammatory markers....

Weight Gain Found To Increase The Risk Breast Cancer

...any diagnosis of cancer. Research shows women who gained 20 to 30 pounds since age 18 were 40-percent more ...ly to develop breast cancer than those who had not gained more than five pounds. Women who gained more than 70 pounds doubled their risk. This supports the ...

A Solution To Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

...abant lost about one pound, while those on placebo gained about two pounds. Obese smokers also lost more tha...compared to obese smokers in the placebo group who gained nearly three pounds. Researchers say normal- weight smokers kept their weight consistent while on th...

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