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Birth weight key factor in heart diseases

... body type prone to heart disease.Barker says this highlights the fact that it's not your weight but how you arrived, as it is that determines your heart disease risk. 'It is the journey to being overweight that matters-that has profounded implications for public health' he says. Hence, he urges health worker...

Stem Cells Have Few Mutations

...ough to develop medical treatments. ``This paper highlights an issue that we have known about,'' he said. ``Because of the accumulation of mutations in cell lines that have been in culture for a long time, the 78 cell lines are not likely to be maximally beneficial'' for medical treatments.'' Dr. Clive Sven...

Virus connection to cervical injury

..., which usually lead to cervical cancer. The study highlights the importance of preventing and treating HPV where possible. Women who are infected should undergo this cervical screening programme....

Misinterpretation living wills

...hysicians are prepared to do. Making a living will highlights this dilemma and is something that patients, doctors and relatives need to discuss in more detail....

Catching Alzheimer’s Disease Earl

... study reported in Clinical Electroencephalography highlights the use of an electrical brain test to detect the disease earlier, which may lead to improved treatment. The test, known as an electrophysiological test, detects impaired memory, which is known to precede the disease.// Researchers found 65 percent o...

Drug Users and Risk of Death

...34 are at the greatest risk of death. The research highlights the need to stress the importance of discontinuing drug-use among older drug users.// Recognizing trends in the drug-using population can help better define different sectors to help them. A study conducted by researchers in the United Kingdom focus...

Weight and Blood Pressure

A new study highlights the importance of weight control throughout life to control blood pressure. The study also reports low birthweight and low socio-economic status during childhood can also contribute to higher blood pressure in the future.// Researchers have suggeste...

Lasers for Acne

...have a new tool to help acne patients. A new study highlights the use of a pulsed-dye laser for acne sufferers. //This is important because this skin disease can lead to social isolation, difficulty with getting a job and sometimes even suicide. Doctors from London recruited 41 adults with mild to moderate fac...

Screening Newborns Questioned

...ss levels. Researchers thus conclude, “This study highlights some of the challenges to current newborn screening practices. It demonstrates a need for education about newborn screening for parents prior to the birth of their child.”...

Low Socioeconomic Status May Lead To Mental Illness

...mily history, and the like. The new study not only highlights the role played by socio-economic factors, but also the fact that people belonging to the lower social and economic strata may need more preventive care and guidance in order to improve the collective mental health of the society....

Preschoolers eat more when served in bigger helpings

...ew research had just negated all these factors and highlights the serving portion as that guides children in eating more or less, as the case might be. The research conducted by Cornell University researchers emphasizes that children eat more food if they are served large portions, regardless of anything like ...

"Defeat AIDS Pledge" by Andhra CM

...dings and banners and a human chain were the other highlights of the programme. Inflated condoms were displayed all over the stadium. Some young volunteers holding inflated condoms also joined VIPs on the dais. Rajasekhara Reddy called for the need to break the silence and speak up on HIV/AIDS at every gover...

Prohibited diet medicine found in Chinese herbs

...natural products. "Our recent experience, however, highlights how the public tends to believe, often with great naivety, natural remedies can be abused," they wrote. Dietary supplements have not been regulated by FDA in the past because they were not considered either a food or a drug. That opinion has changed...

Birth Defects Caused By Drugs Used For Epilepsy

...than unexposed children. This retrospective study highlights the potential harmful effects of sodium valproate exposure in utero on neuropsychological development....

Exercise may be best defense against heart disease

...tality rates was 55 percent. The research finding highlights that expending energy through physical activity may be the key to cutting the risks of heart disease and living a longer, more healthful life. Concurrently the outcome of Heart disease was not determined by a single factor, but rather by a compound o...

Spread Of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Is A Probability, Say Experts

...ught possible, to cause an outbreak. The research highlights the importance of the recent outbreak in Arizona, US, as the first confirmed cases that could be traced back to ticks carried into to the state on feral dogs, an animal group whose population has markedly increased. And, as the number of dogs has inc...

High Cholesterol Can Be Controlled By Screening And Prevention

...he National Cholesterol Education Month in USA, VA highlights screening and prevention as two smart ways to combat high cholesterol and subsequent health problems. A simple blood test lets the patient and the doctor know the total blood cholesterol level and allows your doctor to recommend treatment. The Depa...

Need For Awareness Of Allergenic Foods

...e in the September issue of Biotechnology Advances highlights the need of an awareness of allergy issues for food allergic consumers, as well as those involved in the manufacture and utilization of industrial proteins, particularly in foods but also in other products such as cosmetics. As food-allergic consumer...

Ruling: HIV victim exempted from disclosing condition to partner

...e it, and so can't tell. The decision taken, thus, highlights that it is protected sex, not disclosure that kept people safe....

Higher incidence of bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy

...y confirms a higher incidence of BDI during LC. It highlights the relevance of the number of previously performed LCs and of the correct surgical technique to avoid BDI. The need for correct procedures, adequate expertise of the repairing surgeon in BDI repairs, and a multidisciplinary approach in the managemen...

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