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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...f both AB40 and AB42 in the blood rise as a person gets older, but then, in some people, AB42 decreases,” he says. Turning to the transgenic mice, the researchers found that as soon as plaque began to develop in the brain, levels of AB42 decreased in the blood and spinal fluid. Drs. Graff-Radford and Yo...

Pediatricians Face Malpractice Crisis

...dical malpractice issue is extremely stressful and gets a lot of press, and we all have heard numerous horror stories and anecdotes, there is little actual data reported, especially for pediatricians. So we took a retrospective, comprehensive look at malpractice claims against pediatricians. Surprisingl...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

...rica's dependence on foreign oil. But before one gets carried away, here is the reality check. Dr. Margo Thorning, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for the American Council for Capital Formation has warned, "AB 32 is likely to cause "leakage" of industry to states and countries with no manda...

Boyfriend Bites Off Lip and Ear of 3-year-old Daughter of His Girlfriend

...ild, but she would not betray her lover. The word gets around though and the two are arrested. New Bedford police in Massachusetts announced Wednesday the arrests and said Bryan James, 34, put up a brief struggle after they stopped his vehicle to arrest him and the child's mother, Jessica Silveria, 26...

Women are the Real Bosses at Home

...making sure the relationship runs, that everything gets done, and that everybody's happy," said Murphy, "And so, maybe some of that came out in our findings in terms of women domineering and dominating-that they were taking more responsibility for the relationship, regardless of whose topic was being disc...

Traffic Control Boxes to Help Road Monitoring

...make all the calls you like.' A lot of information gets transmitted, you might only be interested in a small amount of it, and you get a large phone bill at the end of the month." The main cost of using such devices is the cost of sending electronic signals between them and the transportation center tha...

Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

...icted that, as noninvasive imaging of human brains gets better in the next few years, researchers will be able to measure these same quantitative measures in people as well. "That will be a wonderful thing when that happens," he said. Mitzi Baker650-725-2106mabaker@stanford.edu...

Star Health Grants Boon To India's HIV-Affected

...tient could survive for a longer time if he or she gets the proper treatment. According to Star Healths officials, the social stigma attached to HIV patients and the difficulty in drawing the individuals out to take up a policy on their own , had forced Star Health to adopt the institutional route to o...

Efforts on to Tackle Health Problems Faced by US Truck Drivers

...e serious. In sleep apnea, your breathing stops or gets very shallow. Each pause in breathing typically lasts 10 to 20 seconds or more. These pauses can occur 20 to 30 times or more an hour. The most common type is obstructive sleep apnea. That means you are unable to get enough air through your mouth a...

Parkinson's Targets Two Distinct Brain Networks, Finds Study

... like a fingerprint of the disease. As the disease gets worse, the fingerprint is much easier to identify. The cognitive problems are real and have to be addressed. The medicines for Parkinson's don't seem to do anything to alter these networks and we need new ones to target these symptoms," Dr. Eidelberg...

A Role Model Spouse can Pass on Good Health Habits

...tyle. When one spouse quits smoking or drinking, gets a cholesterol screening or rolls up a sleeve for a flu shot, the other spouse is more likely to follow suit, the study suggests. "We consistently find that when one spouse improves his or her behaviour, the other spouse is likely to do so as well,"...

Millions Spent, but the Indian Capital's River Still Stinks

... a third are in urgent need of repair -- so sewage gets blocked on its way and has to be pumped out, also ending up in the drains. The head of the Delhi Jal (Water) Board, which handles sewage as well, said his hands are tied by a court order. The water board is forbidden from hooking up unplanned nei...

Getting Old No Laughing Matter: US Study

...ant differences," she said. "Our study basically gets at this idea of the relationship between mental abilities and how well someone understands humor," Mak told AFP. "People know that there are certain mental abilities that decline as we get older. Our memory at 80 is probably not going to be as good...

Vets To Team Up With Human Health Specialists

...ians and nurses. "If one of these foreign diseases gets into the country, the effect that it has is directly proportional to the amount of time it takes us to find it, Thacker warns. These observations were heard at the AVMA meet for the launch of a new project One Health. Its goal is to integrate hum...

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

... already, whereas in the street, it's the girl who gets the money first," explained Wintherbauer. She fears there will be more rapes and attacks on prostitutes. "The client will think 'I've already broken the law, I've got nothing to lose.' And in a flat, a girl will be alone" where no one would be ab...

Yo-yo Dieting Increases Kidney Cancer Risk in Women

...never a healthy thing to do because the body never gets a chance to settle. It knocks the metabolism all to hell, which is bad for you in many ways, the Daily Mail quoted Waine, as saying. The findings of the study were published in the American Journal of Epidemiology....

Health Insurance- Play It Safe And Reap The Benefits

...e policy and requiring medical treatment, the same gets automatically excluded in the policy. To ensure that in subsequent renewals medical conditions incepting since the policy was taken dont get excluded, it becomes a must to renew the policy without any break, he adds. Renewal of a Mediclaim poli...

Differences in Brain Functions Results in non-contact Knee Injuries

...hese non-contact knee injuries occur when a person gets distracted or is 'caught off guard, Charles Buz Swanik, the UD assistant professor of health sciences who led the study, said. This made me wonder if we could measure whether these individuals had different mental characteristics that made them inj...

Sexual Abuse Payout Re-opens Old Wounds

...s before lawyers take their cut. Determining who gets what amount was a wrenching process, one that involved hundreds of victims producing videotapes in which they recounted in detail the abuse and how it shadowed their lives. Some videos included footage from the rectories where the abuse took place. ...

Meet the petroholic Boy of Kanpur

...get their child rid of this peculiar addiction. He gets aggressive if someone tries to stop him. The mother says that the local doctors are unable to get Sajids problem treated. All they suggested is to scold the child to refrain him from drinking petrol. Sajid is yet to acquire his speech ability and a...

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