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Lose stomach for Life....Preventive removal of stomach saves the risk of cancer

...he fact, living without a stomach and their eating habits had to be adjusted such preventive measure has to be emphasised. Hence the patients with strong family history should discuss this with their family physician and must come up with an earliest intervention. Hence the prime modality to prevent deaths...

Eating disorders are hereditary

... about anorexia.// These disorders of the eating habits present themselves generally in adolescents who us...reeducation of the eating behavior, giving healthy habits and finally a cognitive-behavioral treatment is essential....

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...h is of great importance to modify certain eating habits and to maintain a healthy weight throughout all life.// Because in a long term, the early menstruation entails a serious risk for health, because the long exposition to estrogens can increase the risk of developing breast cancer. Besides the excess...

Osteoporosis in men

...ure to certain medications and unhealthy lifestyle habits such as smoking, excessive drinking and lack of exercise. A final factor, say scientists, is age. The older you are, regardless of gender, the greater your risk of developing osteoporosis. The good news is that diet and exercise can help prevent os...

Dentist's note for vegetarians

...rned that anyone considering changing their eating habits should inform their dentist. "Diet is an important part of an individual's medical history, and patients should always inform their dentist if they adhere to a special diet of any kind," he concluded....

Smoking can depreciate intellegence

... 630 people aged 65 and over. Smoking and drinking habits were recorded at the beginning of the study. The volunteers' intellectual powers were also assessed. After excluding those who had already had evidence of intellectual impairment//, everyone else was followed up a year later to see whether there was ...

Eating More Often May Help Lower Cholesterol

...Participants were asked about their current eating habits and activity levels, and had their cholesterol levels, blood pressure and weight recorded. Frequent eaters did not, however, have higher levels of "good" HDL cholesterol, which is believed to help protect the heart from disease. The explanation cou...

Cure for sleepless nights

...focused interventions aimed at changing poor sleep habits and faulty beliefs and attitudes about sleep. "Although such behavioural intervention is more time consuming than drug therapy, it is worth the investment because therapeutic gains are well maintained." Said Dr.Morin....

Thumb Sucking in children Lead to Overbite

... by the age of 5 to 8 years. "Previously, sucking habits were not thought to be very important until children reached the age where their permanent teeth began to come in, as it was believed that once a habit was stopped, the conditions (crossbite, protrusive upper front teeth) resolved by themselves as lo...

Processed Meat, Diabetes connection Found

... of Public Health researchers analyzed the dietary habits of thousands of men and found that those who frequ...of those who developed type 2 diabetes with eating habits of those who did not. Hu said the results were adjusted for known effects of activities such as smok...

Defeating colon cancer

...,000 female nurses whose family history of dietary habits were known. This showed that those who had a genetic risk of colon cancer were two and a half times more likely to develop the disease, compared to the general population, if they consumed a diet low in folic acid. But those women whose diet was hi...

Drugs may fog memory

...e questionnaire. The survey looked at drug-taking habits and whether they affected people's ability to remember simple tasks. Dr Andrew Scholey, a psychologist from the University of Northumbria, said: "The more they had taken ecstasy in the past, the more their long-term prospect of memory failed. The o...

Inspiring positive life changes

Exhibiting people evidence of the harm unhealthy habits do can motivate them to change.Researchers in Texas have reviewed a number of studies on biomarkers indicators of health or disease status to see// if a knowledge of these can affect people's behaviour. They learned that if you reveal factors like...

Attempting Hypnosis for relaxation

...ress. Hypnotherapy can be a great way to break bad habits like smoking,// reduce stress and relieve pain. Its success depends upon why it is being used, and how readily the person can enter the altered awareness of the hypnotic state, say doctors at the Mayo Clinic. But most people can benefit from a simple...

Heart attack risk starts at 20

...ontinuing message is that adoption of healthy life habits remains the cornerstone of primary prevention, including the avoidance of tobacco (including secondhand smoke), healthy dietary patterns, weight control, and regular, appropriate exercise," the panel writes in the July 16 issue of the journal Circula...

Enzyme may aid hold back disease

...though factors such as cigarette smoke and dietary habits may trigger genetic mutations, a lot of gene damage is caused simply by the natural chemistry that goes on in the human body. When a mutation occurs, the genes stop doing their jobs powerfully. Researchers say one in three genetic changes or mutatio...

Heart attack kills one in every 10 Indians

...he City the next two days, to make people aware of habits that could lead to heart disease. Brochures and badges (on World Heart Day) were also distributed at the venue. Meanwhile, one of the City's many and new slimming centres had a "Heart for life" offer for its visitors. VLCC with centres in Koramangal...

Occupational exposurer aises respiratory symptoms

...ymptoms, workplace dust and fume exposure, smoking habits and asthma. Then, after 5 years 1656 of the original participants were revisited. The survey showed that even after adjusting for sex, age, educational levels and smoking habits, there is a clear link between occupational exposures and respiratory ...

Regular exercise linked to extended menstrual cycles

...studies had provided information on their exercise habits and menstrual cycles. The researchers found that exercise, particularly vigorous activity, was associated with a somewhat longer menstrual cycle or time between periods. In one of the studies, both total physical activity and vigorous activities we...

Wine drinkers may have reasons to cheer

...se it did not take into account eating and dietary habits of wine drinkers, which, he says, is better than that of beer or other liquor drinkers....

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