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El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...o prove the link. Data on cholera incidence, which normally can rise and fall twice each year with local influences such as monsoons and seasonal temperature changes, came from a hospital in Bangladesh that had tested all incoming patients for cholera for 18 years, from January 1980 to March 1998. The Ellner ...

Evidence Links Protein Damage to Neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's

...ith neurodegenerative diseases. Oxidative damage, normally occurs when the body's cells are overwhelmed by molecules that have changed because they have combined with nitrogen (nitration) or oxygen (oxidation). Both types of oxidants damage lipids, nucleic acids, proteins, and other cellular components much ...

Controversial deal on public access of the human genome map

...It will also help say whether a cell will function normally or not, enabling one to screen babies in the womb for diseases, and device specific advancements against many hereditary diseases and remedies for crippling ailments. While it is customary to make the results of such ground-breaking research availab...

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

... the complications of chronic infections, which we normally tend to brush aside. Some lifestyle modifications like stopping smoking, improving dental hygiene, and better nutrition can lessen the chances of infections there by reducing the risk of contracting heart disease. So the next time you have a nagging ...

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

... the complications of chronic infections, which we normally tend to brush aside. Some lifestyle modifications like stopping smoking, improving dental hygiene, and better nutrition can lessen the chances of infections there by reducing the risk of contracting heart disease. So the next time you have a nagging ...

ATG useful in transplant patients as substitute for steroids

.... Unlike traditional long-term steroid treatment, normally used to reduce swelling and inflammation following organ transplant, Eason said patients receive rabbit ATG for just two days, the first dose during the transplant itself. The study found 4 percent of steroid-free patients developed post-transplant d...

The big brain in suicides

... heavier brains than most people. The human brain normally weighs about 1400g in men and 1300g in women, but can drop in weight with some diseases like Alzheimers, Schizophrenia, Parkinson’s and alcoholism.// Emad Salid from Liverpool University and George Tadros from the Northern Birmingham Mental Health ...

Simple Therapy

...oaxed the mice's remaining immune cells to develop normally and specifically to refrain from attacking the islets.The once sickly mice have seen their blood sugar levels returning to normal and by most measures, the mice appeared to be cured of the disease....

Early detection of heart attack

...e indeed suffered a heart attack.// These tests normally take a minimum of 24 hours and require hospital admission. At the Manchester Royal Infirmary in England, doctors have now found a way of streamlining the process. Using a new test, they have got the assessment time down to six hours. They compared th...

Hazards of sunlight

...ound. A cataract is a cloudy or opaque area in the normally transparent lens of the eye.As the opacity thickens, it prevents light rays from passing through the lens and focusing on the retina, the light sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. It is the leading cause of blindness world-wide. Researchers...

The cocaine danger

... production of complement proteins. These proteins normally form in response to invading microorganisms, and build up on cell membranes causing them to break apart. In a sense, the body is seeing the drug as a foreign body, or germ. When cocaine is introduced, the complement proteins build up on the body's o...

New gene for hairloss

...nvestigated the function of the protein that cells normally make with instructions from the hairless gene.Results suggest that it helps regulate genes that are activated by thyroid hormone. The hairless protein acts to shut those genes down when thyroid hormone is absent, researchers concluded.George, from th...

Biotechnology on the lead

...agents of the condition we know as botulism, which normally occurs in humans from contaminated foods."However, this is a toxin that really is one of the most lethal toxins known to man, that could be used as a biowarfare or a bioterrorism agent. "We're currently working on a vaccine that uses biotechnology ...

Hormone treatment helps obese people slim down

...ht people slim down. Discovered in 1994, leptin is normally produced by fat cells and is believed to provide a signal about the amount of body fat to the body's energy-regulation system. // Leptin treatment has already helped people who completely lack the hormone because of a genetic mutation. But only a h...

Hormone Deficiency Results In Miscarriage

..., called corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH), is normally released by the mother and the embryo soon after it implants itself in the womb. Without it, the embryo may be left vulnerable to attack from the mother's immune system.// CRH triggers the production of a protein called Fas ligand (FasL) that keeps ...

Antioxidants used for longevity

...t enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD) in mice normally swipe off the free radicals produced by mitochondria, the 'power house' of the cell. Within the mitochondria, oxygen burns glucose to produce energy and produces free radicals as a necessary - but harmful - side product. Left unchecked by antioxidant...

Frequent meals can reduce cholesterol

....When people reflect upon a healthy diet, they are normally thinking about what more than how often they have a meal. Some people eat no breakfast, they may skip lunch and then eat everything they can lay their hands on for supper. Others 'graze' through the day, while some people stick to three meals a day a...

Alcohol within the body

...tines of obese people for longer. This could allow normally harmless gut bacteria to ferment the food and produce alcohol, which would then cause fat to form in the liver. Dr Diehl's team tested the theory on mice genetically engineered to be obese. The mice were fed on a diet that did not contain alcohol, ...

Cinnamon combats Diabetes

...e prevalent than insulin-dependent diabetes, which normally begins earlier in life and requires a regimen of b...ulin injections. It happens when cells in the body normally responsible for dealing with excess blood sugar lose their ability to respond to insulin, the hormon...

Aspirin - a drug after one’s own hear

...r,” he told. Aspirin and anti-platelet drugs are normally given to patients who have suffered a heart attack or stroke to prevent a recurrence. But Baigent and his team found the treatment could also help prevent an initial heart attack or stroke in people at high risk because they suffer from diabetes, ang...

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