Tag: "hostile" at medical news
Emotional trigger to smoke
... happy. It's known that 'emotional' smokers, and hostile
personalities, find it harder to quit than easy-going people. Researchers believe that anger and stress-management would be useful components of smoking cessation programmes....
Anger Hard on the Heart
New research shows that men who are angry or hostile
should find a way to calm down because they’re mor...h. Researchers found that men who were angry and hostile
were more likely to develop atrial fibrillation. Specifically, men with higher feelings of hostility...
Schizophrenic patients may be given seroquel
...a small percentage of patients of this disease are hostile
or violent. Seroquel is a drug for antipsychotic treatment that can change the functions of the chemicals in the brain. The drug is generally used to treat patients with psychotic disabilities. The new study done by researchers of Hospital General ...
DNA Directory Under Construction For Indian Criminals !
... important to remember that the witnesses may turn hostile
and other circumstantial evidences can be manipulated, but the DNA does not lie. While the DNA's chemical structure is the same in all human beings, there is a recognizable difference in the order in which the millions of base pairs found in each per...
Toxic chemicals found in domestic products poisoning newborn babies
...d for years and years. "We are designed to live in hostile
Cranberry juice to Prevent Dental Decay
...n non-stick cookware. This would in turn provide a hostile
environment for the attachment and growth of bacteria that causes dental cavities. The microorganism Streptococcus mutans, adheres to the tooth surfaces followed by which it causes cavities by excreting acids that are responsible for dental decay. ...
Wound Healing Found To Be Slower In Couples Who Fight Often
...g process. Infact in couples with higher levels of hostile
behaviors, the rate of healing was 60% lower compared to their counterparts and increased by a margin of one day or more. In addition, a corresponding fluctuation in the cytokine levels was also documented. The findings of the present study have va...
‘Marriage Squabbles’ bad for both Emotional and Physical Wound
... The wound healing was slower by 60 percent in the hostile
couples. This delay could be longer if the hostili...ilments including chronic wounds. They found the hostile
relationships produced a different level of key immune chemical called interleukin-6 (IL-6). This cy...
Rising Rates Of C.Difficile Infection Among Non-Hospitalized Patients
...cile now happily grows and thrives in an otherwise hostile
environment leading to symptoms such as severe diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever. An alarming rate of the infection incidence in Britain from 1 to 22 cases per 100, 000 has been found during the 10-year period (1994- 2004). Out of this, only 37% ...
Early Miscarriage Common In Women Under Stress
...sol levels may signal the body that conditions are hostile
for preservation and continuation of pregnancy, resulting in miscarriage. ‘Maybe increased cortisol is understood by the body as a cue that the context is uncertain, changing, or the quality of the environment is deteriorating. The body's response ...
Heart disease: Men Are From Mars, Women From Venus
...sh the nature of the conversation (friendly versus hostile
and submissive versus dominant). This facilitated ...ou can be so stupid sometimes' were regarded to be hostile
and dominant while statements like 'I don't want you to do that; I want you to do this' were rated t...
Controversial Theory Says DNA Can Be Pushed To "Dark States"
...t possible for life to emerge from what was once a hostile
and unforgiving primordial soup of chemicals and radiation. More and more research is being focused on this area since a study proving the existence of this "dark state" was published by OSU researchers in the Journal of Physical Chemistry – even t...
Memory Clinics are Diverting NHS Resources from High Quality Care
... they do not provide value for money. But after hostile
reactions from clinicians, patients and carers, with support from the lay media, NICE now proposes restricting use to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. But doctors are concerned that it will be extremely difficult (perhaps impossible) to wait for a diagn...
Newer Antidepressants May Trigger Violent Behavior
...ressant Paxil were twice as likely to experience a hostile
event as those on a placebo. The researchers used ... 9,219 people who took Paxil or 0.65 percent had a hostile
event as compared to 20 of 6,455 given a placebo, the researchers added. <B...
Cartoons to Indicate Aggressiveness in Urban School Girls
...ho are more likely to interpret others' actions as hostile
are more likely to behave aggressively themselves,...o may be prone to misinterpret social cues as more hostile
than they really are, the aim is to teach them to give other children the benefit of the doubt," he ...
Hearing voices may be normal
... more likely to interpret their voices as harmful, hostile
or powerful. "Conversely, a person who has had more positive life experiences and formed more healthy beliefs about themselves and other people might develop a more positive view of their voices." According to earlier studies, people hearing voices...
Injustice to cancer patients at work
...justments is turning the world of work into a very hostile
environment for workers with these disabilities."We cannot tolerate people with cancer and long-term health conditions being prevented from making their contribution to the workplace." According to the DRC, employers should be more aware of the new...
Britons soon will practise telling GPs how to practice
...ppointments etc., actually are. Most doctors are hostile
about the whole project. They fear that this may undermine the overall trust that the patients across Britain have in the GPs. They suspect that some of the questions framed by the government is severely biased. This survey is scheduled to be conduc...
Outwardly Expressed Anger Affects Some Women’s Heart Arterie
... of measures related to anger, including cynicism, hostile
temperament, aggression and suppressed anger. Only expressed anger – described as Anger Out on the rating scale – had predictive value, and only when the age, diabetes or dyslipidemia risk factors also were present. 'Our results appear to differ fr...
Harbinger of Hope for Kala Azar Victims of Bihar
...aw thatches of houses. "Decent houses will prove hostile
to the little sand fly to survive and will help the fight against the disease," Singh told IANS over telephone. Deaths from Kala Azar in different parts of the state have been reported regularly in local dailies. The state government's claims of pr...