Navigation Links

Tag: "headed" at medical news

Skinny people need to exercise too

...rzyk of York University in North York, Canada, who headed the study, says that heart disease does not develop from a single factor. “Fitness and fatness are both important factors”, he adds. Even skinny people need to exercise to stay trim and fit thereby reducing the chances of developing heart diseases....

Alternative medicine more popular among HIV positive patients

... condition. The study was conducted by researchers headed by Dr. Joan Duggan of the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo....

Ductal lavage may detect early breast cancer

...s Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore headed by Dr. Saraswathi Sukumar, have devised a new method of detecting early stages of breast cancer by using a new method called ductal lavage. Ductal lavage, involves "washing" breast milk ducts with saline and examining cells for signs of precancerous ...

African HIV strains more resistant to anti HIV drugs

...of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland headed the team of researchers. The commonest strain of HIV in the U.S. and other Western countries is HIV-B. But the majority of people infected with HIV live in sub-Saharan Africa. HIV-A is the dominant strain in the northern region of sub-Saharan Africa...

Diabetes and Depression often go hand-in-hand

...rans Affairs Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri headed the research. Whether the diabetes precedes the onset of depression or vice-versa depends upon the individual, Dr. Lustman said. The relationship between depression and diabetes has been noted for years. Dr. Lustman and his colleagues reviewed 42 st...

Kick Smoking with Nicotine Drink

...ssor at the Duke University Medical Center who has headed the study, said. Attempts to quit smoking have always increased every time a new product is available to help addicts kick the habit. In 1998, the nicotine patch accounted for 49 percent of the drug-assisted attempts to quit, nicotine gum 28 percen...

Special proteins to fight TB identified

...port indicates. This study has led the scientists headed by Dr. Stewart to opine that finding a way to produce extra heat-shock proteins represents a potential method of protecting people from TB. Dr. Stewart added that the study demonstrated the potential for a new class of drugs, which by inducing the b...

OBESE LIL' GIRLS !! SWEAT IT OUT OR U MIGHT BE ASTHAMATIC !!!

...then Researchers of Arizona University did a study headed by Dr. Fernando D. Martinez According to Dr.Fernando D.Martinez and collegues , girls who become overweight or obese when they are between 6 and 11 years of age have a sevenfold increased risk of developing asthma .The boys do not have any such assoc...

Pregnancy Blues

...g pregnancy than after having a baby. A team headed by Dr Jonathan Evans of the University of Bristol had more than 12,000 pregnant women fill out a series of mood questionnaires, following them from 18 weeks into pregnancy through to 8 months after childbirth. The risky period was 32 weeks into pre...

Chemists prepare for face-off with manufacturers

...ail druggists & chemists spread across the country headed by Kishore R Shah. // It is a classic case of friends turning foes and the reason for this is the transgression of the industry into the latter’s domain.The trouble started when several pharmaceutical companies and large business groups decided to ...

Stay away from strenouous work

...the University of Michigan.Dr Ellen Scheinder, who headed the research, said: "Activities that women engage in at work do affect their pregnancy outcome. In the past 40 years, the number of working women in developed countries has nearly trebled, and women are on average working longer into their pregnancie...

Stem cell research

...as a nerve or muscle cell. The Britain-based team, headed by Dr Martin Cliffer,University's Institute of Reproduction and Development together with colleagues in Israel and Singapore, is the first to succeed. Their results are reported in this week's issue of Nature biotechnology.// Great hope has been pl...

Herbal treatment not to be sneezed at

...as antihistamines with less side effects. A team headed by Andreas Schapowal, from the Allergy Clinic in Arizona gave 120 participants in Arizona and Germany either butterbur extract or cetirizine, a standard 'non-drowsy' antihistamine, for two weeks. According to researchers both the treatments were simi...

The brain wave

...s there was in our experimental task. The team is headed by neuroscientist Jean Decety of France’s Institut de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale and a visiting scientist at the University of Washington’s Center for Mind, Brain & Learning, and development psychologist Andrew Meltzoff, co-director of the ...

Herbal treatment should be estimated

... as antihistamines with less side effects. A team headed by Andreas Schapowal, from the Allergy Clinic in Texas, gave 150 participants in Texas and Germany either butterbur extract or cetirizine, a standard 'non-drowsy' antihistamine, for three weeks.// The researchers found that both treatments were simi...

Special proteins to fight TB identified

...port indicates. This study has led the scientists headed by Dr. Stewart to opine that finding a way to produce extra heat-shock proteins represents a potential method of protecting people from TB. Dr. Stewart added that the study demonstrated the potential for a new class of drugs, which by inducing the b...

Useful drug for stem cell transplant problem

...damages circulation in the liver. In this trial, headed by scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the US, a group of 80 patients with severe VOD received a new drug. Defibrotide is extracted from pig intestinal tissue. Around a third of the patients experienced complete reversal of VOD and 35 per ...

Poorer breast cancer prognosis with reduced physical activity

A multicenter study headed by Melinda Irwin, M.D., from the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale School of Medicine, have found that women who are diagnosed with breast cancer are less active after the diagnosis leading to increase in body weight and body fat, ...

Stem cells grown into sperm cells

...it can be repeated in live animals. The work was headed by Toshiaki Noce of Mitsubishi Kagaku Institute of Life Science in Japan. Noce and his team incubated the stem cells with other cells that produce a protein called BMP4, which is known to stimulate formation of sperm cells during the development of a...

House heads for Medicare drug vote

The House headed for a historic vote Friday night on a bill that would a prescription drug benefit to Medicare, marking the biggest expansion // of the politically popular entitlement program in its 38-year history. "The moon and the stars have lined up in our fa...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Other Tags
(Date:7/30/2014)... July 30, 2014 Good Neighbor ... in an upcoming episode of Innovations with Ed ... Channel. Dates and show times TBA. , In ... Neighbor Community Services’ vision to redefine the traditional ... and dynamic services. Through passion, innovation, determination, excellence, ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... WEDNESDAY, July 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- It can happen ... television, dresser or computer monitor and gets critically injured ... of a young child should look around their homes and ... a child. Imagining it is better than it becoming a ... Emergency Physicians, said in a college news release. Between ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... as well as evolutionary changes in a living organismhad ... throughout the genome. , However, recent studies have shown ... mutations that arise simultaneously and in close proximity to ... found in regions where chromosomal rearrangements take place. , ... , may one day lead to new cancer therapies, ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... July 30, 2014 Visitors to our ... over $8,500 to ensure its protection. Bob Kiesendahl, one ... check to the Delaware Highlands Conservancy for donations collected ... small $2-per-stay donations add up fast, as visitors welcome ... Upper Delaware River Region. , The Kiesendahl family has ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... 2014) The phrase "we caught it early" is possibly ... midst of a cancer diagnosis. Combating cancer in its ... certain part of the body, gives patients the best ... colon, prostate and other forms of cancer are touted ... providers recommend cancer screenings as a precautionary measure, especially ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Good Neighbor Community Services to be Featured in an Upcoming Episode of Innovations With Ed Begley, Jr. 2Health News:Tip-Over Furniture Can Kill Kids 2Health News:Biologists describe mechanism promoting multiple DNA mutations 2Health News:Pocono Mountain Resort Guests Contribute Over $8500 to Protect Land in 6 Short Months 2Health News:UK psychologist creates patient tool to assist with lung cancer screening decision 2Health News:UK psychologist creates patient tool to assist with lung cancer screening decision 3
(Date:7/30/2014)... climate change on the world,s animal and plant ... to a new paper by a research team ... and other organizations. The authors claim that most ... when it comes to climate change. , ... on the "direct" threats of changing temperatures and ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... San Antonio Life Sciences Institute (SALSI), a joint venture ... and The University of Texas Health Science Center at ... Initiative Pilot Program. The winners, Emily Boice from UTSA ... receive $25,000 for their project titled, "Novel engineered ferritins ... environment." , Boice and Huang,s research is focused on ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... University associate professor Andrew S. Mount, performed cutting-edge research ... for novel anti-fouling paint for ships and boats and ... The team,s findings, published in Nature Communications ... that attaches to a wide variety of surfaces using ... an underwater heavy-duty adhesive. , "In previous research, we ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Conservation scientists asking wrong questions on climate change impacts on wildlife 2Study: Marine pest provides advances in maritime anti-fouling and biomedicine 2
Other Contents