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HIV infected patients can travel safely abroad

...s way they can start living a near normal life and initiate a process of getting on with their lives. However before traveling they need to make sure that they don’t travel immediately after their antiretroviral therapy and that they don’t manifest any side effects of the same. Also they need to be counsele...

Wound healing made faster

...rchers were surprised to find that not only did it initiate a normal injury response in the cells, but heightened it. Dr Leavesley says they have yet to understand why this is the case, but he believes that when the hormones are assembled in the complex they are more easily recognised by the body's repairing...

Control of inflammation

...osine binds to the adenosine receptors, which then initiate a chain reaction that slows and eventually stops inflammation. <br...

Ultrasound helps stroke treatment

... better really fast." At that point, he decided to initiate a pilot study to determine if ultrasound could boost the clot-busting or thrombolysis ability of tPA, he explained Friday during a news briefing at the 27th International Stroke Conference in San Antonio. Alexandrov uses a hand-held ultrasound devic...

Same molecule found in meat, milk, tumors

...that recognized Neu5Gc, and thus could potentially initiate an inflammatory immune response. “Meat eating has certainly been a feature of human ancestors for many hundreds of thousands of years," they said. "Thus, it is indeed possible that humans have developed some kind of tolerance or indifference to Neu...

New Hair in 15 Days Could Now Be A Possibility Say Researchers

...elogen-phase adult hair follicles is sufficient to initiate the anagen phase. Scientists have discovered that the transient activation of a protein called ?-catenin can induce new hair growth. Previous work has implicated Wnt/?-catenin signaling in embryonic hair follicle development, postnatal follicle gro...

Regeneration of muscle

...ments to investigate whether Pax7 is sufficient to initiate muscle cell formation in injured tissue. It was seen that stem cells taken from regenerating muscle in mice lacking the Pax7 gene could not become muscle cells, and that by putting Pax7 back into stem cells taken from uninjured muscle, they can gen...

Metabolic problems related to clogged arteries

... doxycycline in the drinking water for the mice to initiate the process of overproduction of uncoupling protein-1. As low energy level is one of the direct results of metabolic activities, then it is possible that defective metabolic systems can cause atherosclerosis. Reference: New Scientist, May 2005...

Obesity More Likely to Cause Disability than Death in Elderly

...ous increases in disability will result and should initiate “significant changes in the way we approach obesity in old age.” Source: Newswise Medindia on Obesity: Further information Obesity: This is the condition of excess body weight. Body weight is generally measured in terms of Body Mass Index. A...

New contact lens materials

... bind to the corneal surface cells and potentially initiate infection.The most significant and devastating clinical complications among contact-lens wearers have been corneal ulcerationand infection, which can lead to permanent visual loss. He said that this is the first randomised, prospective, masked clin...

New Virus Held Responsible For Respiratory Infection In Children

... researchers. The finding of this virus is held to initiate a systematic // search for all the viruses that cause respiratory infections. Only 40 % of the viruses infecting patients have been identified which, outlines the need for a rapid testing of viruses to help in speedy diagnosis and appropriate trea...

Defect In Cardiac Cells Lead To Heart Failures

...epers that allow calcium to flood into the cell to initiate contraction. The amount of calcium stored in the SR determines the strength of the heartbeat and how much blood the heart ejects when it contracts. At the end of a contraction, the channels close tightly. Molecular pumps, also located in the walls o...

Magnets May Not Relieve Pain

...study had said adults with foot pain are likely to initiate self-treatment with magnets based on personal recommendations or belief systems, often without a specific diagnosis or prescription. An interesting result in the study relates to “the placebo effect.” Patients in studies who are given the placebo o...

Evoprinter, a multigenomic comparative tool for rapid identification of functionally important DNA

...y a single curated genomic sequence is required to initiate the analysis of orthologous DNAs from multiple species. Based on the success of the Evoprinter identification of MCSs within known vertebrate and Drosophila cis-regulatory elements, the authors believe that this tool could be of great use to understa...

Pubertal development may predispose women to pain and other symptoms

...ggest that the process of pubertal development may initiate biological changes that predispose women, in particular, to experience symptoms, including pain....

Survey finds that discussion with family very crucial in organ donation decision

...ation. A free starter kit to help potential donors initiate the critical organ donation conversation would also be provided free of cost. Local organ donors, recipients and transplant medical professionals would be encouraged to share their stories, highlighting the dire need for organ donation and transpla...

Orissa found to be worst affected by the killer disease, AIDS

...slum women labour force. It has been proposed to initiate another 26 targeted intervention projects in 23 districts during the year. National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has approved 15 new targeted intervention projects for the state, amounting to a total of 51 projects. In addition, 150 new targete...

Chromosome Ends Trigger DNA Damage Response For Telomere Protection

...hus, have to be distinguished from DNA breaks that initiate a DNA damage response. To prevent the cell's DNA repair machinery from confusing telomeres with broken strands of DNA that need to be repaired, the tips of chromosomes are tucked in and shielded by a phalanx of proteins, forming a protective "cap". ...

Critical Decisions Have To Be Taken By Mothers Of Premature Babies

...re about to deliver premature babies, they are, 1) initiate intensive care for the new born baby or resuscitate the baby; 2) keeping the baby comfortable without resorting to medical care procedures; 3) resuscitate the baby if its condition is good, otherwise go in for comfort and care. It is apparent that th...

Animal Cruelty free Test Kit

... being marketed by Linco Research. PCRM started to initiate the development of the test kit during the year 2002 amid various criticisms that it is not possible to develop the test kit without using animal serum. The new alternative test kit uses synthetic medium and the cost and accuracy is not found to va...

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