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Human Genome Project Achieves Technological Triumph

...bled them to reach this stage, and they pledged to keep that momentum going. Vote on “MCS Poll” if u think this human scientific triumph is likely to be abused by the society....

New hope on the Horizon for People Wishing to Quit Smoking

...ine replacement, in the form of a patch or gum, to keep the level of nicotine in blood up without smoking is currently used to help to reduce withdrawl effects of smokers trying to give up smoking. Methoxsalen is not yet approved for long-term use in humans. So further testing will be required to determ...

More to Garlic than warding of Dracula

...) cholesterol and blood pressure. It may also help keep blood thin, reducing the risk of blood clots and stroke, and function as an antioxidant. However, not all studies have demonstrated a link between garlic and a lower risk for heart disease....

The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...f cancer. "It never ceases to amaze me -- people keep reaching out and focusing on little things that may have minimal or no role in cancer," says Virginia Stark-Vancs, MD, an oncologist at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. "It's interesting to me that people will...

Miracle cure for Alzheimer’s around the corner

...entually be useful in prevention as well. Time to keep the fingers crosse!...

And now live birth on the internet.com?

...he parents can see their loved ones live and still keep the kid within the safe precincts of the intensive care unit. Also the local custom of home confinement of one month for a mother after childbirth makes it difficult for them to visit their kids if they are hospitalized due to illness. This facilit...

Spirituality helps lessen arthritic pain

... diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis were asked to keep daily diaries of their moods, religious and spiritual experiences, levels of pain and coping strategies. The authors stress that the types of spiritual experiences patients reported using in their diaries were not “unusual phenomena, such as seeing...

Depression may cause delayed wound healing

... been shown to affect the immune system, which may keep a wound from healing on time, they note. Another possibility, according to them, is that depressed people may not take care of themselves as well as non-depressed people. Poor appetite and an irregular sleep schedule, which often accompany depressio...

Fight arthritic pain with acupuncture

...gy throughout the body. Acupuncture is believed to keep this energy flow moving smoothly. According to the Arthritis Foundation in Atlanta, there is enough evidence to suggest acupuncture relieves pain for some arthritis sufferers. It has proven least effective against immune system-related arthritic con...

Mystery behind Preeclampsia uncovered

... uses naturally produced nitric oxide (NO) to help keep blood vessels relaxed, which helps keep blood pressure in check in an effort to keep NO readily available, the body keeps a reserve of the c...

Analgesic abuse - cause for chronic headache in children

...'re old enough to open that cap, it's important to keep an eye on how much your kids are using," Diamond said....

Brisk Walking lowers memory loss in women

...logy in Philadelphia, brisk walking may help women keep their brains young. Women who walk regularly are less likely to experience the memory loss and other cognitive declines in mental function that can come with aging.// In the study, they concluded that the least active women walked an average of abo...

New treatment for Osteoporosis

...steni have created forms of sex hormones that will keep bone cells alive, at the same time not increase the risk of cancer. This was done by discovering that oestrogen and testosterone can trigger more than one kind of signal in cells. It was known that when oestrogen binds to receptors in cells, it act...

Starch fights cancer

...easure it. Meanwhile, the healthy message is - keep on eating fibre, but start considering starch as well. Source : CSIRO Annual Food Industry Conference...

Alerts for safety of heart device

...her a pacemaker or an implantable defibrillator to keep their heart beating rhythimically. However sophisticated and accurate devices they may be, sometimes they to do go wrong. Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in the US have surveyed safety warnings on heart devices issued by the Food and Dr...

Reversing heart failure

..., have now shown that the LVAD does more than just keep the patient going - it actually improves the condition of the heart muscle. The researchers looked at heart tissue from two groups of transplant patients - one group had received LVAD support, the other had not. In the first group, the heart muscle...

Quitting smoking stops lung decline

Quitting smoking for a year at a time can keep lungs from deteriorating and reduce the risk of death, according to American researchers. At the University of Ohahio, Dr.Margit Pelkon and collegues investigated the effects of quitting smoking. They studied more than 1,000 Finnish participants in ...

Coronary stent leads to complications

...a tiny metal device, inside the coronary artery to keep it open. But the very act of placing a stent in the artery irritates the vessel walls and may promote formation of a clot - ironically, the actual problem which the procedure is supposed to prevent.// Till date, it has been thought that clot format...

Nitric oxide involved in high blood pressure

...inactivate nitric oxide, causing blood pressure to keep rising. As blood pressure continues to rise, more nitric oxide is inactivated, causing pressure to rise even higher. According to researchers, while the initial causes of high blood pressure are diverse and in many cases unclear, this study shows t...

Memory problem? solve a crossword

...long-term adverse effects.// Other strategies to keep the mind functioning, say experts, include lifelong learning and memory training, physical activity, meaningful work and social activities. Seeking help for sleep disorders and sticking to a nutritious diet are also recommended. Older adults who re...

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