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Human Genome Project Achieves Technological Triumph

...Poll” if u think this human scientific triumph is likely to be abused by the society....

One in Three Heart Attack Patients Have No Chest Pains

...r women, diabetics and others who belong to groups likely to have atypical heart attack symptoms, more than ...und that patients who had no chest pains were more likely to have delays in treatment and were less likely to receive lifesaving therapies such as clot-bustin...

Low Cholesterol Linked to Severe Depression and Violent Behavior in Men

...low cholesterol levels were up to seven times more likely to report symptoms of severe depression. Edward Suarez, PhD from Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. Said, "I think that at some point, measurement of cholesterol and the cholesterol profile may be used as a screening tool for depressio...

Startling Expose – Physicians Often Have No Regular Source Of Health Car

...s without a regular source of health care are less likely than others to receive important preventive services such as flu shots and cancer screenings’, Sounds scary but this report will surely make at least a few physicians to sit up and shed the accumulated rust. In this context it is to be borne is mind ...

Patient’s perception of health status helps in better recover

...ir health status. Patients were significantly less likely to be relieved of symptoms if they had low SF-36 scores and low social network scores preoperatively, according to Dr. Lindsay and colleagues. "These indices may be helpful in addition to other clinical factors in identifying high-risk patients," the...

Eating disorder in Diabetic girls lead to eyesight damage.

Diabetic girls were more likely to have an eating disorder when compared with non-diabetic girls. Some reported binge eating and used to take less than their prescribed dose of insulin in order to lose weight. Under dosing of insulin lead to early onset of diabetes related complica...

And now they say infections can cause heart disease!!!!

...even urinary tract infections are three times more likely to have a progression of atherosclerosis, the disease that leads to blocked arteries, than are people who are infection-free. The findings are reported in the current issue of the Journal of the American Heart Association.One link between infection a...

And now they say infections can cause heart disease!!!!

...even urinary tract infections are three times more likely to have a progression of atherosclerosis, the disease that leads to blocked arteries, than are people who are infection-free. The findings are reported in the current issue of the Journal of the American Heart Association.One link between infection a...

Teens turning to Internet for medical queries

...e and alcohol use, among others. Boys were just as likely to turn on their computers in search of health-related answers as girls. Ethnicity, the mother's education, and the teen's own health status did not affect how often adolescents searched the Internet for answers.Results of the survey, which included ...

Researchers urge caution in using ear tube surgery

... Perrin. Other doctors say the new findings will likely lead to discussions about re-evaluating current guidelines. "It may be reasonable to delay ear tube surgery in some carefully defined groups," said Dr. James Lemons, who specializes in the study of hearing impairment at Indiana University. "Doctors ...

HIV did not arise from polio vaccine

...imp cells and that the virus that would become HIV likely jumped from chimps to humans just once--and not through a massive, simultaneous transfer, as it would if vaccination were to blame. Though these findings are not sufficient to convince all skeptics, atleast a vast majority of the scientific communit...

Beware of the oral patch! It could be cancer!!!

...oubled, cancer is more likely. And it becomes very likely if the number of chromosomes cannot be divided evenly by 23, the number of chromosomes received from each parent. Because there is no way to know which white patches will become cancerous, doctors often remove them as a precaution. But there is also...

Be happy: live long

...al times daily are hurting themselves and are more likely to fall victim to heart disease and stroke." These findings were published in the journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Since 1986, Snowdon has carefully tracked participants in the study, who all are members of the School Sisters of Notre ...

Patients often assume wrongly that they are allergic to penicillin

...se they are cheaper than many other drugs and less likely to induce side effects or cause drug resistance.The best way out of this problem is to perform an on the spot skin test to check if the patient is actually hypersensitive to penicillin, the scientists say. To reach these conclusions, the researchers...

Breast Feeding prevents obesity later on in life

...found that those who had been breast-fed were less likely to be overweight compared with those who were rais... milk for the first 6 months of life were 22% less likely to be overweight by age 14. Also it was found that the longer the children were breast-fed, the ch...

Scientists plan human cloning clinic in the United States

...them survived to term. Multiple flawed embryos are likely to occur with humans as well. Commenting on plans for a human cloning clinic. Drs. Zawos and Antinori emphasized that they would offer the technique only to infertile couples. They claim to have 10 infertile couples already on board. Source : BMJ, ...

Doctors advice early anemia tests

...th low levels of hemoglobin are significantly more likely to have deformities of the motor system, according to a study conducted by British scientists.Screening babies for iron deficiency with a simple blood test can prevent these problems, as they grow older. The Institute of Child Health at the Universit...

Diabetes and Depression often go hand-in-hand

...for many people. People with Diabetes are twice as likely as non-diabetics to suffer from depression, researchers say. The June issue of Diabetes Care carries the report of this study. Dr. Patrick Lustman of Washington University School of Medicine and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in St...

OBESE LIL' GIRLS !! SWEAT IT OUT OR U MIGHT BE ASTHAMATIC !!!

...chodilator responsiveness were "significantly more likely to be increased" among girls who became obese and overweight between ages 6 and 11 years. "The marked increases in obesity observed during the last 20 years may in part be causing the increase in asthma prevalence observed concomitantly," Dr. Martine...

Smoking spreads Cancer

...esearch may help explain why breast cancer is more likely to be fatal among smokers as it is common for brea...g in the lungs directly to make breast cancer more likely to spread or whether smoking causes a systemic response in the body that encourages cancers to grow ...

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