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Resurgence Of Botulism

...ly by heat, freezing or high levels of acidity. It grows quite normally in most people's refrigerators. The appearance in the U.S. of refrigerated ready-to-eat foods follows in the culinary path of food processors in Europe, who have been using the process for the last 30 years. "It's a concern. As new fo...

Laser technique assists beard problem

...urs when the relatively sharp end of a shaved hair grows back into the skin, forming bumps on the face and neck. Some men find PFB painful and it may even leave scars. Growing a beard is one way round the problem. But since men in the US Navy aren't suppose to have a beard, it fell to Navy researchers to...

Endometriosis connected to fertility

...in which the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows in other areas of the body, causing pain, irregula...ding, and frequently infertility. Tissue typically grows in the pelvic area, outside of the uterus, on the ovaries, bowel, rectum, bladder, and the delicate ...

Indian Cherry: Richest Source of Vitiamin C

... 4000 mg of Vitamin C. The West Indian Cherry tree grows well in the tropical parts in India. // Apart from Vitamin C, West Indian Cherry is rich in Vitamin A, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and carbohydrates. According to the study conducted at Michigan State University, West Indian Cherry contains powerf...

More risks connected with live-donor liver transplants

...rger one, to the transplant// recipient. Each lobe grows to the size of a full liver in about six weeks. The researchers found that there had been just one donor death for 449 such transplants that were done in the United States from 1997 through late 2000. However, they found that 14 per cent of donors h...

Skin cancer's secrets unveiled

...s anywhere on the body, often the head or neck and grows much faster than other melanomas.// About 50% of people who suffer from nodular melanomas when left undetected until it becomes deeper and thicker will die. However doctors said, when people are there to follow their advice, many lives could be saved...

Hope for First New Melanoma Treatment in Decades

...ant melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer, grows and spreads. This discovery may lead to another crucial weapon in the rather small arsenal of treatments available for this dangerous disease and offer the first hope for a new melanoma treatment target in decades. Study proves a role for an importan...

Memory said to automatically improve with age

...th date or a friend's name. And intelligent memory grows with age. Intelligent memory helps people figure things out faster and sparks creativity. It does this by storing memories and skills learned over time.The brain then uses this knowledge to help it learn automatically by itself. This makes it easier...

Free Tissue Transfer Effective in Treating Massive Skin Cancers

... untreated for a long period of time and therefore grows to a massive size. In others, patients have recurring skin cancers on the face that cause significant disfigurement. Repairing the damage from these cancers has been difficult. The success doctors have had with taking tissue from one part of the body...

Stem Cells Found To Offer Promise For Hair Growth

Hair grows from cells located at the base of the hair follicle. Hair follicles continuously cycle through growth, rest, and re-growth phases. In many people with hair loss, however, // the follicles do not cycle correctly, with a growing number of abnormal foll...

Tissue Transfer For Treatment Of Massive Skin Cancers

... untreated for a long period of time and therefore grows to a massive size. In others, patients have recurring skin cancers on the face that cause significant disfigurement. Repairing the damage from these cancers has been difficult. The success doctors have had with taking tissue from one part of the body...

Hair cells can generate more stem cells than scalp

... that this is probably due to the reason that hair grows very fast and can replenish itself also equally fast. Stem cells are nascent cells capable of becoming any cell on maturation. One major hurdle in the stem cell research was the production of the stem cells. Taking these cells from the human embryo ...

Teen depression maybe short lived

...l affect the mental health of the teenager when he grows up. Researcher from UCLA said that about 60% of the cases of teenage depression do not foretell any form of future depressive tendencies. Research also points out that teenage depressions may exist along with anxiety disorders, and relatively poor ...

OCT - Optical Coherence Tomography - the buzzword in cardiology

...wever in about 30 percent of patients tissue often grows back, either inside or at either end of the stent, a problem known as restenosis. Stent angioplasty is performed on nearly 500,000 patients each year. Until now, there has been little ability during, or following the procedure, to accurately ...

Discovery of World’s smallest laser

... process, called vapour-liquid-solid epitaxy, that grows vertical arrays of nanowires on gold-coated sapphire. In order to image single nanolasers, the wires were broken out of th earrays and spread onto a glass slide for imaging with a near-field optical microscope.Single nanowires are “pumped” with ext...

Hope For Patients With Muscular Dystrophy

...tation, but doctors are watching him closely as he grows up. The original research on the myostatin gene was conducted by researchers in 1997. They found “knocking out” the gene produced mice with muscles that were twice as large as those of their normal siblings. Doctors believe harnessing the gene coul...

Do Not Neglect Your Abdominal Pain/ Swelling - Help Your Doctor In Early Cancer Detection

... diagnosed after it has spread. It is a tumor that grows quickly, progressing from early to advanced stages in as little time as a year, so speedy diagnosis is key. It can be diagnosed with pelvic imaging, or a blood test for a protein called CA-125, although neither of these tests will detect all cases ...

Watch out those of you planning for a predetermined Cesarean Section

...orns. Known as Streptococcus mutans, the bacterium grows on tooth surfaces and in crannies between teeth just above the gum line, where it multiplies and converts foods, especially those containing sugar and starch, into acids that break into the tooth surface. C-section deliveries were infected by the b...

Encephalitis Death Toll In U.P. Crosses 200 Mark.

...resting the spread of the brain fever. "The virus grows largely between August and October, but vaccination, which is the only effective preventive method, cannot be undertaken after the outbreak of the disease," Uttar Pradesh's director general of health O.P. Singh told. "Vaccines will not be of any use...

Genetic Cause For Farsightedness Discovered

...of the National Academy of Sciences. As the child grows and gains more visual experience, the eye adjusts its focus by growing, which changes the distance between the lens and the retina, the light-detecting layer of cells at the back of the eye. Due to natural genetic mutations, some eyes stop growing to...

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