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Stem cells - New and richer source found

...ervous system as well as other types of disease is hindered by the controversial nature of the cell sources. The cord matrix cells - called so, to distinguish them from cord blood cells - can be obtained in the non-invasive manner from an abundant source of tissue that is typically discarded. Researchers poin...

Smoking habit affects your baby's health

...ring before the due date and your baby's lungs are hindered from developing completely. If you keep smoking, you can expect your newborn baby to catch more colds, coughs, middle ear infections and more severe problems like bronchitis and pneumonia all of which can put your baby back into the hospital. If an...

Tea may prevent Alzheimer's

...rop in acetylcholine. Green tea and black tea also hindered the activity of the enzyme butyrylcholinesterase, seen in protein deposits found on the brains of patients with Alzheimer's. More research is needed, though, to find out how the chemistry of the body affects the activity of the tea enzymes. Courtesy...

Compounds Found In The Vegetable Broccoli Could Have Anti-Cancer Properties

...rs //say they have identified that isothiocyanates hindered the growth of bladder cancer cells in the lab, with the most profound effect on the most aggressive form of bladder cancer. In a study conducted six years ago by Harvard and Ohio State universities it was found that men who ate two or more half-cup...

Breakthrough In New Vaccine For Malaria

... Health Organization. Vaccine development has been hindered by the microscopic parasites adaptability and complexity. The scientists also did in vivo experiments in mice, infecting them with the parasite and then injecting a small amount of the vaccine-produced antibodies. The antibodies significantly cut ...

Malaria Vaccine May Be 10 Years Away

...dicated in wealthy nations, scientists say they're hindered in Africa by twin hurdles: insecticide resistance in mosquitoes and drug resistance in the parasite. Malaria is spread by mosquitoes and causes wracking pain, fever and, if left untreated, death. It kills more African children than any other disease...

Death Risk Of Ovarian Cancer Reduced By Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy

...ith the stomach and intestine were observed, which hindered continuation of the therapy in 58% of the patients. This was however much higher compared to the intravenous group where, the quit rate was only 17%. Following the promising findings, it has been recommended by the National Cancer Institute to deli...

Bacteria born with drug resistance

...sistance enzymes produced by the bacteria could be hindered and also requires better and new antibiotic production by pharmaceutical industries....

Revelation Of Cancer Agent Could Help In Developing Effective Cancer Drugs

...f detailed information regarding its structure had hindered attempts to develop agents to block its effect. Researchers led by Thomas Cech at the University of Colorado now claim to have cracked the structure of an essential part of this enzyme, the online edition of BBC News reported. Telomerase plays a...

World Bank Reports Fall In Lifespan In sub-Saharan African Region

...Saharan Africa. Explaining that the epidemic had hindered or upturned all the gains made, not just for communicable disorders but for cancers and mental and neurological disorders, he said that the report states that malaria had accounted for 10,1% of deaths in the region. Bos stated that the latest editi...

Campaign For Arthritis Awareness Launched In Scotland

...the betterment of the lives of thousands of people hindered by rheumatoid arthritis in the midst of a growing concern about the need for specialists// and easy accessibility for treatment in Scotland. Charities, the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society and Arthritis Care have called on the health authoriti...

BPO Companies are Blamed for Spoiling the Health of Asian Youth

...ose who sleep sufficiently. Their concentration is hindered due to lack of sleep'. Frequent headaches, fatigue and sleepiness are caused. Their reflexes diminish affecting work efficiency, she adds. Though, they have become the envy of others with the fat salary they are pocketing, they are actually paying...

Sleep Deprived BPO Employees Could Suffer From Premature Ageing

...ose who sleep sufficiently. Their concentration is hindered due to lack of sleep." She further added that such people also faced the problem of frequent headaches, fatigue, and sleepiness with diminished reflexes. She stated that even though, they are much talked off and are often the source of jealousy for...

Slow Fight Against Childhood Obesity

...ng worse.""Inconsistent monitoring of programs has hindered experts' ability to identify those that work."We also observed that many environments do not support healthy behaviors for our children and youth," Koplan said."In some communities, fruits and vegetables are not readily available, especially for fami...

Computer May Improve Pain Relief for Sickle Cell Patients

...practice settings, Wilkie said, pain assessment is hindered by infrequent use of pain assessment tools, leading providers to disbelieve the severity of the pain or fear patients will become addicted to pain medications. In these cases, providers may under-prescribe treatment or administer placebos. "The sic...

Restricted Fetal Growth Increases Risk of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

...e system, which is not complete at birth, could be hindered by insufficient fetal growth. Source-Newswise SRM...

Hybrid Molecule Causes Cancer Cells to Self-Destruct

...r tumors elsewhere in the body, however, have been hindered by the high doses of the compound needed to effectively eradicate cancer. To get around this problem, scientists have tried to make butyrate more potent by modifying it or joining it to other compounds. Usually, the results have been disappointing be...

Half of Americans Have Gene That Affects How Body Burns Sugar

...on't have it. They burned more fat, which may have hindered their ability to remove sugar from the blood stream and burn it. Diabetes is characterized by too much sugar in the blood. ‘This study adds to what was previously known about this gene variant by showing that after consuming a very rich milkshake, ...

Half of US Population Possess Gene FABP2

...h the variant gene burned more fat, which may have hindered their ability to remove sugar from the blood stream and burn it. Diabetes is characterized by too much sugar in the blood. "This study adds to what was previously known about this gene variant by showing that after consuming a very rich milkshake, ...

Pregnant? Check Your Thyroid Secretion!

...roidism is severe. Ovulation and conception may be hindered due to associated changes. Hyperthyroidism may be the cause behind irregular or absent menses and infertility. Experts suggest that patients undergoing investigation for menstrual problems or infertility should also be checked for thyroid disease...

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