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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...ted first, providing the initial toxic damage that leads to plaque formation, and then to disruption of tau...-related overproduction of AB42 -- the insult that leads of Alzheimer’s development -- would be reflected in blood samples. But sitting together in a room, l...

Singapore Dengue Cases Return to Epidemic Level

...ciated with poorer tropical countries. The disease leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, and rashes....

Drinking Problem Plagues 30% Americans

...age 32.1 - a lag of 10 years. Delayed treatment leads to personal disability and societal damage, according to National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Director Ting-Kai Li, M.D. who said Todays report signals the need for intensive efforts to educate professionals and the public to identify a...

Dengue Surge in Singapore, Man Prosecuted for Breeding Mosquitoes

...ash, is endemic to the region. In severe cases, it leads to internal bleeding and sometimes death. Though known for making a fetish of cleanliness, these days Singapore, the island of nation of 4.5 million, is unable to escape the fury of dengue, generally associated with poorer tropical countries. The...

Gene Variation Increases the Risk of Lung Cancer

...d provide an explanation how damage to lung tissue leads to cancer, Engels said. Knowing more about the downstream effects of these polymorphisms, and discovering others like them, will increase our understanding of how some people are predisposed to developing cancer. To examine the relationship between...

Organic Tomatoes may Be Healthier for Your Heart Than Traditionally Grown Ones

..., over-fertilising the soil in traditional farming leads to their lower levels. However, Gerry Hayman, the technical expert of the British Tomatoes Growers' is unsure about the findings. "We use similar growing techniques here whether the tomatoes are organic or not, so the nutrients are of a high stan...

New Oncogene for Brain Cancer

... of IGFBP2 and another known oncogene called K-Ras leads to development of astrocytomas a glioma named for the star-like shape of its constituent cells. A combination of K-Ras and a third gene, Akt, previously had been shown to develop astrocytomas. Activation of Akt fuels cell growth and survival. None...

Autophagy may Lead to Heart Disease

...ith a muted response, Dr. Hill said. Severe stress leads to increased autophagic activity in heart muscle, and our findings are consistent with the notion that this response actually harms the heart. Researchers reported that pressure overload, which occurs in chronic hypertension and is a major risk fac...

Autism Children can Be Diagnosed Within One Year of Age

...sm diagnosis is that ongoing intervention research leads us to believe it is most effective and least costly when provided to younger children," said Dr. Gary Goldstein, President and CEO of the Kennedy Krieger Institute. "When a child goes undiagnosed until five or six years old, there is a tremendous l...

Dengue Fever Cases Up 36 Percent in Thailand: Report

...n 3,597 cases and three deaths. The virus, which leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, thrives in urban areas because the carrier breeds in stagnant water, including in blocked drain-pipes and rubbish heaps....

Liver Cancer More Prevalent in Males

...contributes to the chronic liver inflammation that leads to cancer. The research team was led by Michael Karin, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology in UCSDs Laboratory of Gene Regulation and Signal Transduction. The findings will be published in the July 6 issue of the journal Science. Males show a higher...

Americans Grow Shorter, Blame It on Weak Healthcare

...ives to treat illness rather than prevent it. This leads not only to much greater costs -- the United State... is now dead last in life expectancy at birth, but leads the pack in infant mortality -- forty percent higher than the runner-up -- and in the percentage of ...

Stem Cells In Belly Fat To Enhance Or Reconstruct Breasts

...and in the body, especially after liposuction that leads to irregular contours." Yet, the main hitch is the fat absorption issue. According to Kinney, if this could be worked out, "It would not be surprising in the future -- with refinement in technique -- that this could be of benefit to women who need ...

30 Dead as Dengue Fever Epidemic Hits Myanmar: Report

... percent increase on last year. The virus, which leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, thrives in urban areas....

New Therapies for Kidney Diseases

...arked by kidney degeneration during childhood that leads to kidney failure requiring organ transplantation. The insights might help develop effective, noninvasive therapies. The kidneys are the organs that help our body dispose of potentially harmful waste. Diseases that affect this fundamental function ...

Alcohol Does Not Destroy Brain Cells

...here is no evidence that drinking alcohol directly leads to the death of cells. "Some of the best studies, done in Italy, show a bottle of wine a night can reduce the risk of dementia in old age," News.com.au quoted Professor Bartlett, as saying. Research also suggests we have an inbuilt repair kit, re...

Scientists Identify New Genetic Mutation Behind Common Dementia

...e that loss of both copies of the progranulin gene leads to the death of embryos, and that's why there were no cases with two copies of the mutated gene," the researcher added. The researchers are now planning to conduct a study to identify the modifying factors responsible for the severity of the disor...

Singapore Dengue Fever Cases Hit Year's Peak

...ciated with poorer tropical countries. The disease leads to a sudden onset of fever with severe headaches, muscle and joint pains, and rashes....

Roches Arthritis Drug Successful in III Stage Trail

...RA is a far more serious inflammatory disease that leads to destruction of cartilage and bone, and can lead to disability. Roche plans to file Actemra, developed by Japanese pharmaceutical company Chugai Pharmaceutical Co. which Roche controls, for regulatory approval in Europe and the U.S. by the end of ...

Two In One Drug For Smokers And Drinkers

...o, when inhaled in cigarette smoke, an action that leads to the release of dopamine in the brain's pleasure centers. Taking the drug blocks any inhaled nicotine from enhancing that effect. Varenicline has been available as a smoking cessation aid for nearly a year in the U.S. and the European Union, and a...

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