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Regular exercise linked to extended menstrual cycles

...ycle by about two-tenths of a day. "These findings lend modest support to the hypothesis that moderate levels of physical activity can lengthen the menstrual cycle," Sternfeld and her colleagues conclude. Relatively moderate activity, they add, may have hormonal effects that may lengthen the menstrual cy...

Dad's Age Affects Baby

...y history of schizophrenia or not. These findings lend support to the theory that de novo mutations, possibly linked to the X chromosome and associated with increased parental age, may be responsible for some cases of schizophrenia. The X chromosome contains many genes expressed in the central nervous sy...

Parent’s mental state may affect the childhood asthm

...he researcher feels that the findings of the study lend support to the theory of shared genetic liability hypothesis that links childhood atopic disorders with parental depression and panic disorders....

Race Based Genome Project Launched By Mexico

...conomic and political ties between the two nations lend a degree of legitimacy and accountability to the project, and Jimenez, who is an experienced genomics researcher, is well aware of the social implications of genomics analysis. INMEGEN’s research will be subject to oversight as well as review by a p...

Terminally Ill Patients Could Be Offered A Better Life

... medical attention at home, groups like CanSupport lend a sympathetic ear to family members and caregivers looking after terminally ill patients. They also provide day care facilities and medicines and try to spread some cheer among patients and caregivers. In many cases, they even help to fulfil the las...

Terminally Ill deserves a better quality of Life

... medical attention at home, groups like CanSupport lend a sympathetic ear to family members and caregivers looking after terminally ill patients. They also provide day care facilities and medicines and try to spread some cheer among patients and caregivers. In many cases, they even help to fulfil the las...

Panic disorder may coexist with epilepsy

...ic disorder may be in temporal lobes. The findings lend additional support to the idea that these illnesses may be related. In line with earlier reports, a recent paper, to be published in Journal of Anxiety Disorders (available online 13 June 2005) posits the existence of a subgroup of panic attacks ...

India Can Become Major HIV Drugs Producer

...rces, both in medicine and pharmaceutical sectors, lend India the potential to produce both original branded drugs and generic drugs for any company in the world. India can also contribute towards developing the second-line ARV drugs, as 10% to 15% of the HIV patients are developing a resistance to the fi...

Single Women with Baby Cravings Can Actually Cradle their Own, Courtesy NHS

...e necessity of a father in child rearing, and will lend a whole new perspective to family definitions in the 21st century. Of course one cannot dismiss the abundance of joy it will bring to thousands of women sobriquet as SadFabs (single and desperate for a baby). ...

Wider Addictive Choices – Now, Tanned Addicts

... producing endorphins, chemicals in the brain that lend feelings of positivism, elation and even provide relief from pain. To check out whether endorphins could be propelling tanning inclination and behavior, half of the tanners were administered an inactive drug and another half were givn a drug to blo...

Patients Bear The Brunt Of Doctor’s Strik

...rk. We have also asked railway and army doctors to lend their support to the hospitals in Delhi," Ramadoss said. Responding to the health ministry's direction, 70 doctors have rejoined duty at Safdarjung Hospital and 81 at the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital in the heart of the city. But most resident doct...

Increased Childhood Leukemia Risk If House Is Near Power Lines

...h on their preferences. The findings of the survey lend support to the Draper report published last year, which had said that living near power lines increased risk of childhood leukemia. The Draper study looked at more than 29,000 children with cancer. It had found that kids living within 200 meters of...

Lack of STAT1 -an Immune Protein, Pack Liver Infection Cure

...h as Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan. The finding may lend insight into creating new drugs to treat different diseases that affect the liver, said Abhay Satoskar, the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of microbiology at Ohio State University. The gene makes a protein called STAT1, and its prod...

Health Board and Doctors’ Association clash on working hours issu

...sently, he has been deputed by the health board to lend his observations on the optimum working hours for Doctors, perfectly timed, when the talks between the health boards and the resident doctor’s association were reaching a stalemate. Dr Stephen Child, the director of clinical training at Auckland Di...

Researchers have Identified the Gene that Spreads Skin Cancer

... distant organs. While the protein itself does not lend itself to targeting by cancer drugs, say the researchers, insights gained in this study suggest that disrupting genes and proteins associated with NEDD9 may be fruitful in halting spread of melanoma. "This is clinically important," said Chin, "beca...

Study Links Children Living In Isolated Rural Areas With A Higher Risk Of Cancer

... compromise for the clustering. They felt, “It may lend weight to the hypothesis that common infections may have a role in initiating or promoting the growth of cancer cells, assuming cancer is a multi-stage process. However, it is also possible that some local environmental factors could be involved.” ...

Only A Few Differentiating Factors Between Adult And Stem Cells

...ors, known as Oct3/4, Sox2, c-Myc, and Klf4, could lend differentiated fibroblast cells taken from embryonic or adult mice the pluripotency normally reserved for embryonic stem cells. They further reported that transplantation of the iPS cells under the skin of mice resulted in tumors containing a varie...

Indian Doctor in Britain Jailed for Molesting Patients

...if she would be his girlfriend. He also offered to lend her cash and gave her perfume, which she threw away. When she became pregnant and visited the surgery again, he told her to stand up so he could give her a cuddle. She said: "He came towards me, put both his arms around me and kissed my lips and tr...

Immune Response Linked to “Ghost” Parasites and Severely Congested Sinuss

... in the nose causing sinusitis, but our study does lend support to the concept that really severe and persistent sinusitis may be a case of a misplaced immune response directed against parasites that are not really there,” says study lead author Andrew Lane, M.D., an associate professor at The Johns Hopki...

Anti-Retrovirals Capable of Halting Mental Illness in HIV Patients

...rtance of research into treatment for HIV that can lend a positive insight in the field of psychiatry....

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