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Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...on TV and video games may have very little time to interact with others and may have very few social skills. Now that the word is out, it is hoped that the parents take more time off from their schedules and spend more time with their kids and talk to them, touch them and joke with them and involve them mor...

Alternative therapies popular with Parkinson's patients

...forms of treatment might have an adverse effect or interact with prescribed therapies. It's something patients should reveal to the doctor, and something doctors should ask about. There's also a need for more research into the effectiveness of CAM. For instance, vitamin E is the most popular vitamin with Park...

Renal problem alleviated

...his study shows how free radicals and nitric oxide interact to produce oxidative stress and help cause these neurological dysfunctions,” said Dr Nick Vaziri, head of the research. “It also may provide a way to treat these disorders,” he said.// Dr Vaziri suggested that it might be possible to link the resul...

Left handed have better episodic memory

...eft-handed relatives share functions more equally, interact more and are connected by a larger corpus callosum (the bundle of mediating fibres) than the hemispheres of people with right-handed relatives.// The main difference is that people who ‘remember’ can also recall details about the time and place at ...

Combination therapy to treat breast cancer

... respectively, and it has been suggested that they interact with one another to ensure cell proliferation and survival. Trastuzumab and ZD1839 have been specifically developed to target these receptors. The agents were tested singly and then in combination. Individually, the drugs inhibited cell growth by b...

Computers may become surgeons

...geles are examining the way people use vision// to interact with their environment and are attempting to design computer systems based on their findings. Currently, surgeons routinely use technology that is capable of producing multiple images that are merged to provide a three-dimensional map of a patient'...

Immune cells halt round in space

...arder for cells to communicate as their ability to interact is reduced by the rigid round shape. Researchers do not understand why the T-cells stay round in microgravity but suggest that intermolecular or submolecular forces such as hydrogen bonding might play a larger role in determining the cell's shape in ...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

... be a period of several weeks during which we will interact with CBER to clarify and come to fully understand the issues in question." said Richard. The company said the letter included both questions and comments about Northfield's blood substitute, PolyHeme, from CBER. Management said it will quickly begin...

Researchers trick Alzheimer's Enzyme

...ave side effects -- often untoward -- because they interact with proteins or enzymes other than the ones plann...method may have great import in designing drugs to interact with proteins for which we presently have no good compounds. The enzyme selected for the click chemi...

No explanation on schizophrenia gene

...omponents, but they are likely to be varied and to interact in many ways with non-genetic factors." She added that it was still possible that genes on chromosome 1 may contribute to schizophrenia, but they would influence only a small proportion of patients. Dr Philip Ward of the US National Institute of Sch...

Increase in renal problems

...his study shows how free radicals and nitric oxide interact to produce oxidative stress and help cause these neurological dysfunctions,” said Dr Nick Vaziri, head of the research. “It also may provide a way to treat these disorders,” he said. Dr Vaziri suggested that it might be possible to link the results...

Taking the help of pharmacist

...cation, talk to your pharmacist about it. Might it interact with drugs you are already taking or with certain foods? Will it have an adverse effect on medical conditions other than the one it's prescribed for? Remember, your pharmacist's expertise goes far beyond just dispensing the drug - he or she has a wea...

Renal problem increased

...his study shows how free radicals and nitric oxide interact to produce oxidative stress and help cause these neurological dysfunctions,” said Dr Nick Vaziri, head of the research. “It also may provide a way to treat these disorders,” he said. Dr Vaziri suggested that it might be possible to link the results...

Gene connected to Multi-System disorder discovered

...alled a "gap junction". When connexins on one cell interact with connexins on a neighboring cell, the result is a direct line of communication. The study involved 17 families in the United States, the Netherlands, Norway and Turkey, and 100 additional people. Scientists suspected the involvement of connexin ...

Gene linked to 'Missing Eye' condition in newborns

...e in eye development and other genes that directly interact with SOX2 may be mutated in children affected with similar and more common conditions. The scientists involved in the study believed that this finding will help doctors understand anophthalmia better and also help patients with other degenerative eye...

Teens' vitamin D deficiency an epidemic

...le too much sunlight is bad, ultraviolet rays also interact with chemicals in the skin to produce vitamin D. Specialists recommends kids spend about 10 minutes a few times a week in the sun without sunscreen. Recent research suggests as many as 20 percent of healthy children in may be vitamin D deficient."It...

Will Your Baby Grow Up To Be A Future Einstein ?

...d systematic teaching at too early an age and also interact emotionally and have fun with pretend play ... it would be ideal....

Vitamin B12 Supplements Found To Improve Memory

...n a new Swedish study shows genes // and nutrition interact to contribute to cognitive problems in old age.Scientists have known of a gene associated with higher risk for Alzheimer's disease, and they have also known that low levels of vitamins B12 and folate are risk factors for memory loss and Alzheimer's. ...

HIV-positive Parents Require More Counseling

... the impact the disease was having on the way they interact with their children. About a third of the group reported fearing at least a little that they might transmit the disease to their child, and nearly 20 percent feared transmission a lot. About 42 percent had at least a little fear of getting an infecti...

Herbal remedies can have harmful interaction when taken with drugs for rheumatic arthritis

...28 of them had taken a form of medication that may interact adversely with the conventional medication taken simultaneously. Scientists have stressed the fact that the patients should be encouraged by the physicians to disclose all the details regarding alternate forms of medication taken so as to minimize t...

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(Date:10/1/2014)... protein beta-amyloid is strongly associated with Alzheimer,s disease; however, ... peptide is the causal agent of the onset and ... confirmation is that beta-amyloid is not harmful when found ... when it self-assembles to form the so-called amyloid fibrils ... beta-amyloid alone, but with multiple ones because each aggregate ...
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(Date:9/30/2014)... comes to using marijuana, new research, involving mice and ... Journal of Leukocyte Biology , suggests that ... you should. That,s because a team of Italian scientists ... serious long-term damage to the immune system. This damage ... such as multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid ...
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