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Kick Smoking with Nicotine Drink

...oking for a pharmaceutical company to help conduct larger clinical trials. You can put this stuff in your coffee, your peach Snapple ice tea or soda, whatever you like to drink, Eric C. Westman, an assistant professor at the Duke University Medical Center who has headed the study, said. Attempts to quit s...

Shock it to Heal!!

... of the fact the study results are quite promising larger trials should be conducted to further investigate whether electric stimulation can help diabetic foot ulcers to heal....

Big and Bright

...ool age - and the smaller the babies at birth, the larger the IQ deficit. The new study showed the association between birth weight and IQ was stronger in boys than girls, with a 1000g increase in birth weight related to a 4.6 increase in IQ among boys but only 2.8 points in girls. The authors s...

Stuttering and brain anatomy

...left temporal lobe were found to be significantly larger in the adults with PDS, according to neurologist a...r example, the Pars Triangularis was significantly larger in left thatn right-handers, and the adjacent portions of the frontal lobe were larger in men than w...

Tomatoes for the heart

...e skin of tomatoes. Rutin is a flavonol, part of a larger group of compounds called flavenoids, and is believed to be a powerful antioxidant.// The researchers noticed that flavonol production depended on the enzyme chalcone isomerase (CHI). By inserting a Petunia gene that encodes for CHI, they engineere...

Coronary stent leads to complications

...three per cent more. Their investigation covered a larger group of patients who were, on the whole, at risk and required angioplasty. People with diabetes or who had had a previous heart attack were more likely to suffer a clot in their stent. In order to cut the complication rate, the researchers say that...

Humour inherited

...at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, adding a larger study would be necessary to confirm these findings....

Dopamine helps stroke survivors

...y. After this time, the patients on levodopa had a larger improvement in their motor function. Then the drug was stopped and physiotherapy alone continued for another three weeks. At the end of this time, recovery of motor function was still better in the levodopa group. Another recent trial has suggeste...

Older men 'father' schizophrenics

...he is born. Egg abnormalities also usually involve larger chromosomal changes, and are therefore easier to test for. Schizophrenia is the most common serious mental illness. It affects one person in a hundred at some time in their life, and the rate is the same in every country.Most people are affected wh...

An effective way to treat angina

...wth factors. EECP is non-invasive and safe and, if larger studies prove its effectiveness, offers new hope for people with angina who are not responding to current therapies....

Drink alcohol for intelligence

...ointed out that those who drank sake tended to eat larger quantities of raw fish, which is thought to have possible benefits to cognitive function, while wine drinkers tended to eat more cheese, which may have a similar effect. "I don't think I would want to tell somebody who isn't drinking to start, as t...

First Artificial Heart patient has Major setback

...freeing the already-formed clot, probably not much larger than a pinhead, and allowing it to move to the brain....

For a Better Memory

...rain called the corpus callosum, which seems to be larger and more developed in folks with a family history ...ne of the last major brain structures to mature. A larger corpus callosum allows for more and better communication between both halves of the brain. Memory ...

Too much coffee is too bad

...racture and poor clacium retention. As part of a larger long-term study of osteoporosis, Rapuri et al. Compared the bone mineral density of women in high and low categories of caffeine consumption to examine th interaction between caffeine intake, genetic type, and osteoporosis.They found that women with ...

Left handed have better episodic memory

...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 which they first learned this fact....

A new treatment for liver cancer

...al or gastrointestinal tumours, and less well with larger liver tumours or those involving the bile duct. An exciting development is that the researchers have found they can dramatically decrease side effects by better targetting of the beads and by splitting the dose, so that only certain sections of liv...

Good News For Women With Gestational Diabetes

...ince childhood. Now, it appears, there's a second, larger group of women who can benefit from the technology. In fact, pump therapy controlled hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, better than insulin shots, and none of the mothers suffered an episode of low blood sugar. Their babies' health was comparable...

Appropriate treatment for breast cancer

...less than one centimeter in diameter - tumour. For larger tumours, these treatments have a definite survival value that would be set off against any long-term side effects....

Sensible drinking staves off strokes

...p of fatty deposits in the blood vessel walls. But larger amounts, especially if drunk in one go, increases blood pressure, the main risk factor for stroke. Dr.Redahan led researchers said:"To help reduce your risk of stroke - watch your alcohol intake - that is no more than 2/3 units a day for women and ...

Immune cells halt round in space

...cular forces such as hydrogen bonding might play a larger role in determining the cell's shape in the absence of Earth's gravity. They say finding out is important to both astronauts and people on Earth since understanding the way physical forces affect T-cells could eventually enable scientists to control...

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