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Further support for use of statins in Alzheimer’s disease

...at risk and still found that the statins offered a mighty shield against the Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers speculate that statins may reduce the brain's production of beta-amyloid, a protein thought to cause Alzheimer's disease. But there's also a possibility that statins might help slow the memory los...

Protein acts as "Master Switch" that cuts off cells' Cancer-Growth machinery

...ty research team headed by Shrikant Anant, PhD, is mighty excited about their new discovery that was reported in the journal, Molecular Cell. They have found a "master switch" - a protein named CUBGP2(cytidine-uridine-guanosine binding protein) - that makes cancer cells self-destruct. The findings that were...

Scientists Seek New Ways To Grow Hair On Bald Pates

...roduce is finer. On your head, it's like replacing mighty trees with saplings. And the total number of remaining hairs slips by about 5 percent a year.What causes this? The full picture isn't known, but it clearly involves a combination of genetic susceptibility and hormones, including testosterone. Resear...

No Smoke Without Fire – Is Benson and Hedges Making Light of Health Regulations

...oking and Health (ASH) director, Becky Freeman, is mighty peeved with the Tobacco Company for inventing ways to reduce the impact of health warnings and regulations. The Ministry of Health will be looking into the aspects of whether the stickers violate the tobacco regulation, and if they do so, the legi...

Hostility breeds against Homeopathy in England following new regulations

...ternatives. After all history says puny David slew mighty Goliath! <BR...

Naseem’s Heart Put In Its Plac

...d the infant’s heart inside his chest and they are mighty pleased with the infant's speedy recovery. 'The first challenge is to get the heart back into the chest, make room for the heart and loosen attachments,' said Dr. Eliot Rosenkranz ,on Wednesday. "He's not going to be able to play certain kinds of...

General Practitioners' 'pay' In the News !

...e period, 2004-05. Ministers and NHS Bigwigs are mighty unhappy that huge amounts have been disbursed as salary, instead of pumping them for improving the quality of healthcare services. However, The British Medical Association was quick to add that doctors deserved the increase in compensation. The new...

Ban On Trans Fats Comes Into Effect From July 1

...also believed to have a longer shelf life. In a mighty effort to fight Obesity, the members of the New York City Board of Health, voted yesterday to ban the use of huge amounts of artificial trans fats in restaurants and bakeries. Experts believe that eliminating trans fats will not change the taste of...

More Funds To Fight H5N1 – The Deadly Bird Flu Strai

...Friday, but are happy with what they had got. "I'm mighty pleased. This is a very good result," said U.N. influenza coordinator Dr. David Nabarro. H5N1 first began to infect poultry in Asia in 2003, since then the disease has spread to Europe, the Middle East and Africa and killed 154 people in all, accor...

Man Made Heart for Man from Quebec

...xious about going through surgery. However , he is mighty glad that he went through this unique surgery that has blessed him with a new mechanical heart that promises to be as good as a transplanted heart. .The “Heartmate II” is still being scrutinised by clinical researchers at several hospitals in the ...

'Gender-Benders': Sports and Sex Determination

...ing absolutely fair as they failed to 'expose' the mighty and the famous. Princess Anne who was a member of the United Kingdom's equestrian team in the 1970's was shielded from public scrutiny when she was exempted from a gender determining tests. Intersex and Olympic Games: Sex determination was carrie...

Hunt for Sea Delicacy Taking a Toll in California

...y in China, Japan, and Korea). The quest for the mighty mollusk is indeed deadly. Abalone hunters rappel down cliffs, clamber over treacherously slick rocks and disappear into dark, choppy waters to pry mollusks from the ocean floor. "That's part of the fun, right? You get a little adrenaline going," sa...

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