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Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...he study suggests that repeated partial sleep loss negatively affects an animals ability to compensate for lost sleep, and that the body responds differently to chronic sleep loss than it does to acute sleep loss. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), these findings shed lig...

Complementary Therapy may Reduce Pregnancy Chances in Women

...t women who used complementary therapies were more negatively affected by their fertility problems than non-users, and that this could account for the fact that they were willing to use complementary therapies that were not proven to improve fertility. Many women use complementary or alternative therapies (CA...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

...s and timetables for CO2 emissions reductions will negatively impact California without materially slowing the growth of global emissions, policymakers in California should consider carefully whether they want to proceed down this path alone." And Schwarzenegger administration seems to be listening. It is n...

Elevated Carbondioxide may Have Negative Impact on Ecosystem

... 2007), scientists will show that elevated CO2 may negatively impact the relationship between some plants and insects. Many plants have inherent enzyme-based defenses that are released during insect attack. This study found that when soybeans (Glycine max) were exposed to elevated amounts of CO2 the plants be...

Mild Stress During Pregnancy may Worsen Offspring's Risk of Cerebral Palsy

...er findings that showed that constant stress could negatively impact quality of life. "These findings are consistent with growing evidence that constant stress, even minimal, can have a major impact on the quality of life," she said. The findings are published in the July 11 issue of The Journal of Neurosci...

Poor Short Term Recovery from Knee Surgery in Women

...ity, and the amount of meniscal tissue removed all negatively affect long-term outcome from arthroscopic meniscal repair. In our study these variables did not affect short-term recovery. Conversely, gender and osteoarthritis appear to play a role in short-term recovery, as they have been shown to do in the l...

First Drug for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

... activity prevents extinction, at least in part by negatively affecting the activity of another key kinase....

Tinnitus Patients can Lead a Normal Life

...iscomforts may make working routines impossible or negatively affect normal daily life. Doctor Heitzmann has recommended TRT (Tinnitus Retraining Therapy) treatment based on the neurophysiological model - for those suffering from tinnitus. She points out that it is a treatment the aim of which is to get the ...

Sexual Fantasies Play an Important Role in Boosting Desire

.... Therefore, having intercourse without desire may negatively affect the stages of sexual response. "This first stage is the most complex because it is influenced by many factors", declared the researcher. Sexual desire is explained by a three-dimensional model, which includes social, psychological, and neur...

Mentally Ill Patients are Affected by Their Own Negative Perceptions

...abeled as a mentally ill person, which can affect negatively their social and psychological well-being. This may result in a higher rate of unemployment, lower earnings and greater feelings of demoralization. Each year, one in four U.S. adults suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder according to the Nat...

Brazil Government In Contention With Merck Over Anti-AIDS Drug

...f poor ratings of the healthcare system, which may negatively influence health behaviors. Thus, it is crucial for providers to address discrimination with their patients", Sohler concluded....

A Cold Shoulder to Cold - At Your Risk

...hronic sinusitis, if left untreated. It could also negatively impact vision or cause harm to any part of the brain. There is a surge in cases of chronic sinusitis because of unchecked pollution. Chronic sinus may also be caused due to allergies, infections, virus, fungi, harmful medicines and certain nasal an...

Recent Research Holds Wealth of Promise to Bone Marrow Patients

...ere donor cells destroy the patients cells. GVHD negatively impacts the life of nearly 85 per cent of bone marrow transplant patients and kills almost 15 per cent. Sufferers may face acute skin infections, severe abdominal pain, and liver failure. This antibody developed by researchers will enable a warning...

Drinking Heavy Amounts of Alcohol Shrinks Your Brain

...s study found that greater alcohol consumption was negatively correlated with brain volume," said study author Carol Ann Paul, MS, of Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA. This cross-sectional study found people who had more than 14 drinks per week had an average 1.6 percent reduction in the ratio of brain volu...

Majority of Herb Users Don't Follow Evidence-based Indications, Researchers Find

...lements can have adverse side effects and interact negatively with therapeutic drugs. Physicians should ask patients about herb use during every clinical visit and hospital admission to better inform patients about potential benefits and harm, agree the studys authors. Physicians, pharmacists and other health...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...es lead to absenteeism and low productivity, which negatively impacts the healthcare industry. On the other hand, positive work environments have been known to motivate and foster excellence in healthcare. When the morale is high, it directly improves patient outcomes. Caring for our Nurses Plan of Ac...

Saliva Helps to Identify Child Victims of Chronic Bullying

...levels spike and learning and memory functions are negatively impacted when the children sense any threat. She further said that the longer such a spike continues, the more damage it can do to various aspects of a person's physical, social, and emotional health. However, when a person undergoes a lengthy per...

Research may Yield Improved Treatment for Diseased Lungs

...sler also will investigate whether excess collagen negatively affects heart health. "My hypothesis is that patients with scleroderma do particularly poorly because all this excess collagen is stiffening the large and smaller vessels," she says. "We're not addressing that with modern treatments, and so we need t...

Persons With HIV and Alcohol Problems Co-infected With Hepatitis C

...virus (HIV), who also have alcohol problems, were negatively affected by co-infection with the hepatitis C virus (HCV). These findings appear in the June issue of Alcoholism: Clinical Experimental Research. Co-infection of HIV and HCV is a significant medical and public health concern due to its increasing p...

Olive Stones to Depollute Industrial Sewage Water

...difference in electrical charges. Olive stones are negatively charged, whereas metal is positively charged. That is the reason why they come together, thanks to ionic attraction. The process of biosorption can be a good substitute for other processes such as precipitation which are far more complex and expens...

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