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Viagra Halves Effect Of Hormonal Stress On Heart

A new report by researchers at Johns Hopkins University claims that the drug Viagra famous for its use in improving sexual performance// in men could also reduce the effect of hormonal stress on the heart. ..'Unlike what was previously thought, drugs like Viagra can in fact alter heart function. It alters it particularly when the heart is stimulated by hormones,' said lead researcher Dr. David Ka...

Heart Disease Risk Halved By Minimal Cholesterol Reduction

Even a small reduction in LDL cholesterol can contribute to far reaching benefits, capable of averting coronary heart disease risks. // According to a US study, scientists have said that even a 15% cut in the body’s low density lipoprotein cholesterol that is amply found in the dairy products, meat and hydrogenated oils, could reduce a person’s risk of heart disease by nearly 50%. ....The study...

Circumcision Can Halve HIV Risk – A Stud

Two major study results from African trials have shown that Circumcision can cut the rate of HIV infection //in men by 50%. The results are consistent with a similar clinical trial by French researchers last year, which stated that circumcision, the surgical removal of foreskin from the penis offered up to 60% protection rate. ..National Institutes of Health financed the two studies from Kenya...

New Line of Antibiotics Could Halve Treatment Time

St George’s Medical School Researchers are developing the first of the generation of antibiotics, which are a compound for the treatment// of the hospital superbug MRSA that lives in the nose. ....The new drug targets bacteria that are left behind by standard antibiotics because the bacteria have developed a resistance to them. ....The anti-MRSA drug, HT61, is scheduled for testing in humans n...

Healthy Diet, Exercise can Halve the Risk of Mortality in Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer survivors can halve the risk of dying from the disease if they eat a healthy diet and exercise moderately regardless of their weight, suggests a longitudinal study from the Moores Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). ......Published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, this is the first study to look at the impact of a combination of both healthy diet a...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

A recent research has found that non-invasive screening in early pregnancy reduces Down's syndrome births by 50 percent. Professor Karen Brndum-Nielsen, of the Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark, has demonstrated that non-invasive screening of pregnant women with ultrasound early in pregnancy, combined with maternal blood analysis, has reduced the number of children born in Denmark with Down S...

Non-invasive Screening in Early Pregnancy Halves Down's Syndrome Births

A recent research has found that non-invasive screening in early pregnancy reduces Down's syndrome births by 50 percent. ...Professor Karen Brndum-Nielsen, of the Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark, has demonstrated that non-invasive screening of pregnant women with ultrasound early in pregnancy, combined with maternal blood analysis, has reduced the number of children born in Denmark with Dow...
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