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Virus Combats Brain Tumour

...of other disease-causing substances, he added. So let us wait for the day wherein these novel approach of therapy is yet another weapon for combatting cancer....

Therapy for stopping the spread of cancer cells

...cer cells. The enzyme makes it easier for cells to let go of their neighbours and spread. So there's a potential for blocking this enzyme, known as GnT-V, with drugs and this may form the basis of a new therapy for stopping the spread of cancer cells. Test tube experiments do seem to suggest that inhibit...

The alarm clock in you

...e told they would sleep until 9am. The researchers let them sleep until 9am on one night, but woke them at 6am on the other. On the third night, they told the volunteers they would sleep until 6am. When the volunteers knew they had to get up early, their levels of the ACTH hormone increased substantial...

Awakening call for fall prevention

...grab bars in the bath. It is also important not to let yourself become housebound . If you feel vulnerable, enlist the help of a physical therapist to teach 'safe walking' and to assist in the selection of walking aids. Older adults are more likely to need joint replacement after a fracture than younger ...

Vitamins suppress artery injury after transplant

...ife-saver// but, the vessels linking the new heart let the patient down by becoming blocked. If only a way could be found of blocking this process known clinically as arteriosclerosis. Now doctors at The Hopkins Hospital in Boston, US, believe that they have found a way of protecting these vulnerable art...

Pill may replace exercise

...gh exercise. "This could lead to drugs that will let people get the health benefits of regular exercise, even if they cannot exercise," said Williams. This could help patients with heart or lung disease, or lower the risk of Type II diabetes, for instance. "It is possible it could become a drug of abus...

Novel way to fight cancer

...umor, then inject the cells back into the body and let them go to work.// Known as adoptive transfer, the experimental technique involves the body's T cells, which are responsible for finding and attacking foreign cells that have entered the body. In the experiment, the scientists extracted some of thes...

Allergies: A major health problem

... time. If you are allergic to animal danders don’t let your pets sleep in there. Strict avoidance of the allergens is the first step in getting rid of this health care problem. In the case of infants if there is a family history of food allergies it is safe to breast-feed the baby with holding solid foo...

New AIDS vaccine may be in the offing

...ry of a bold new type of vaccine which may one day let people quit their AIDS drugs. The study which was carried// out on monkeys showed promising results, and if confirmed and adapted in humans may signal a major new therapeutic approach to HIV. The researchers reported that the new vaccine uses a type...

Televisions ruling baby's world!

...before they speak in a harsh or surprising tone or let an infant see television programs meant for an older person....

Childhood Sunburn Can Lead to Skin Cancer Later

Studies show that if you let your children spend even a short amount of time outside without protection from the sun, you're increasing their risks of this disease by a generous proportion. "Anytime you get a sunburn, at any age, your risk of skin cancer goes up. But get that bu...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

If you're angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache. A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger more than those without headaches. Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured trait an...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

If you are angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache. A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger more than those without headaches. Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured //trait ...

Wearable Body Monitoring

... of calories consumed. From there, a computer will let the person see whether they’re on track to gain weight or lose weight. The idea is that a person will change their behaviors to keep them on a positive pathway. Ultimately,Researchers foresees technology like this being used by everyone from assist...

The 'lazy man's yoga"

...you begin to learn how to release in your life and let go of things that you don't need anymore."...

Indian pharma industry upbeat on WTO drug deal

...ulation. The WTO yesterday had approved a deal to let the poorer nations import cheaper generic drugs to fight killer diseases like AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.// The drug accord will plug a gap in the world trade law and allow poorer countries, unable to manufacture medicines domestically, to overr...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...al, low-fat, high-carb diet and a low-GI plan that let them eat all they wanted. After one year, the low-GI volunteers had dropped seven pounds of pure fat. The others had put on four. Now he is repeating the study on 100 heavy teenagers. Even such small experiments have been rare. Most support for the ...

Teen brain changes increase cigarette addiction

...e conducted in humans. But when Levin and his team let teenage rats help themselves to nicotine, they found that female teen rats - at an age equivalent to 14-year-old girls - take twice as much as rats only exposed to nicotine in adulthood. And this insatiable use carries on when they grow up. "The res...

Thinking Could Be Affected Due To Hormone Therapy

...archers say their findings suggest doctors need to let their patients know AD may have some effects on mental ability hence they must be prepared to offer support during the treatment period....

Soluble Ingredient Can Make Fatty Fast Foods Healthier

...s successful, this could be the chemical that will let fast food lovers live a healthy life. Reference: http://acswebapplications.acs.org/applications/ccs/applicati on/index.cfm?PressReleaseID=2458&categoryid=30...

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