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Rising Sea Levels Could Disintegrate Antarctic Ice Sheet

... of their study, the team led by Andrew Mackintosh gauged the ice sheet's past thickness by measuring how high the ice had deposited boulders in Antarctica's Framnes Mountains during a period spanning the end of the last ice age. Findings revealed that from 13,000 to 7000 years ago, when sea levels rose b...

Vegetarian Diet Could Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer

...were recorded during each session. Food intake was gauged by the caloric count of the consumed pizza. Several symptoms, including satiety, desire for food and nausea, were rated at different times of the study. In a second study, subjects were given the soup appetizer and then taken to an "all-you-can-eat" ...

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Affect Risk of Depression, Inflammation

...cipants also completed a survey questionnaire that gauged their level of depression. The analysis showed that participants who had much more omega-6 -- compared to omega-3 -- fatty acids, and who also were reporting more symptoms of depression, had much higher levels of IL-6 and TNF-alpha, two cytokines w...

Interferon-treatment for Hepatitis C may Cause Retinopathy

...searchers from Asahikawa Medical College in Japan gauged the changes in diameter of blood vessels and the velocity of blood and also calculated retinal blood flow (RBF) and wall shear rate (WSR by implementing a laser Doppler velocimetry in 36 patients suffering from chronic hepatitis C. These patient...

War Trauma Scars Pose Risk of Heart Disease

... greater levels of post-traumatic stress disorder gauged by symptoms , need not necessarily report more pain in chest or other similar symptoms but may stand more chances of developing coronary heart disease expressed the author of the study ,Laura Kubzansky ,in the journal Archives of General Psychia...

The Bulging Waist Line Determines Your Life Line

...re commonly used body mass index (BMI). The team gauged that bigger the waist measurement the greater is the risk to develop heart disease. Young people who have a huge waistline, better watch out as they stand a greater danger of developing heart diseases. SAD measurements that are over and above 10 i...

Using Heart Stents Tends to Form More Clots

...ts who use stents that are not medicated. This was gauged on the basis of a large study conducted recently. Experts from the U.S FDA is scheduled to meet in the coming week to confer regarding the potential dangers of using medicated stents. These stents may trigger off formation of fatal blood clots. ...

Hypnosis and Acupuncture Show Promise for Labor Pain

...ive studies examined hypnosis, while three studies gauged acupuncture’s effect on pain relief. "More robust research and more research trials have been undertaken for these two therapies versus the other treatments," said Smith, a research fellow at the University of Adelaide in Australia. The review ap...

Pre-Clinical Study Suggests How Steroid Can Reverse Post-Traumatic Stress

...eturned to the box two days later, and their fear, gauged by how long they “froze” in place, remained high. A few minutes later, they were injected with the stress hormone corticosterone. The day after the injection, when they were returned to the box, the mice showed significantly less fear. The strengt...

Marriage Can Help Overcome The Blues

... all participants were unmarried. The researchers gauged the mental health of the people for signs of depression by asking 12 questions, which included queries on whether they “felt like they could not shake off the blues,” “slept restlessly,” or “felt lonely.” They Researchers found that depressed people ...

Transfer of NHS hospital care into the community may not save costs

A group from Bradford's St Luke's Hospital, gauged the cost-benefit of shifting the responsibility of caring for patients from the NHS hospital into the community, and said that there was no major economic savings in such a move. // Indeed cost savings has been the driving force behind the idea of ...

The conception of Anya, a period-free contraceptive pill

... menstrual cycle, say the study has not completely gauged the permanent health implications of using a period-free contraceptive. The lurking fear of breast cancer, or lowered bone density for women on the pill on long durations, is still very much on top of mind. The long term side effects need to be studi...

This is no yarn …Talk your way to beauty sleep

...six weeks. Six months after treatment, researchers gauged the sleep pattern of the group that underwent the treatment. The finding revealed that the insomniacs who received CBT perceived a 10% reduction in the time spent on the bed awake, as against 20% before treatment. Importantly, this status improved s...

Brain’s response distinct upon exposure to erotic image

...hington University School of Medicine in St. Louis gauged the brainwave pattern of 264 women while they were exposed to 55 color slides, describing various scenes, the gamut ranging from water skiers to snarling dogs to semi-dressed couples in erotic poses. What they found may seem like a "no brainer." Wh...

Women- Don’t drink and Be Pregnan

...s, and 3,6 and 10 years of age. The child’s IQ was gauged against the parameters of verbal, quantitative, and short-term memory tests, conducted at the age of 10. The study proved conclusive that prenatal alcohol exposure could bring about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and even moderate indulgence in alcohol, pa...

Brian Imaging Can Foretell Results Of Treating Depression

...ile the procedure was in progress, the researchers gauged the reaction of 14 depression-affected patients and 21 control subjects to emotional words. The patients then underwent CBT for 12 weeks as part of a larger clinical trial. It was found that the second time around, 9 of the depressed patients had dec...

Acid Reflux Increases Risk Of Esophagus Cancer

...cancer. The rapid progress of the condition can be gauged from the fact that the incidence of esophageal adenocarcinomas has jumped by a massive 600 percent as compared to the 1970s. In comparison, the incidence of gastric cancers in decreasing, the article says. However, despite the alarming increase, the ...

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