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The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...shows that some substances, such as tobacco, cause numerous forms of cancer. "It never ceases to amaze me -- people keep reaching out and focusing on little things that may have minimal or no role in cancer," says Virginia Stark-Vancs, MD, an oncologist at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital and Presbyteri...

Women suffer from sexual dysfunction too

...can have difficulty in reaching orgasm. There are numerous treatments that can help reduce symptoms caused by genital atrophy, including water-based lubricants such as those used by gynecologists in their routine examinations; estrogen-based creams; slow-release estrogen rings that are placed inside the vagi...

Dark skin protects

...d inside vesicles called melanosomes. Larger, more numerous melanosomes make for darker skin. Mackintosh suggests melanosomes might act like lysosomes in the immune system, which engulf invading microorganisms and use enzymes to kill them. "Melanin is a sticky molecule. The bacteria and fungi get tangled up...

Women find difficulty in calling it 'Quits'

A review of numerous research studies focusing on smoking cessation has concluded that while women may suffer greater relative risks of smoking-related diseases than do men, they tend to have less success than men in quitting smoking. Dr. Kenneth A. Perkins from the Univ...

Benefit of colonoscopy

...the number of cases of certain forms of cancer and numerous polyps continued to rise with age. The researchers conclude that screening should continue throughout life. But many patients seem unaware that they are eligible for a free screen under Medicare arrangements - a telephone poll revealed that 16 per ce...

Control of inflammation

...it in the brain appear to cause sleep. Despite its numerous roles adenosine has received little attention from immunologists, says Sitkovsky. This much is known: when tissue damage mounts due to prolonged inflammation oxygen levels in the damaged area fall. This leads to increased amounts of adenosine outside...

Rubella nearly wiped out

...thousands of people a year and was responsible for numerous birth defects, is on the verge of being eliminated in the United States. Cases of rubella have fallen from almost 58,000 in 1969//, the year the vaccine was introduced, to 272 in 1999. Rubella, which typically causes a mild rash, was considered harm...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

...cells from one tissue, such as blood, can generate numerous other cell types, such as nerve and muscle, in a fashion reminiscent of embryonic stem cells but without the ethical concerns. These findings -- which the Nature papers now question -- have challenged the traditional view that with the possible excep...

Microwave radiation has no hazards

...emely high-energy radiation like x-rays, which, as numerous studies have shown, can cause harm. Furthermore, he explained that the Navy veterans followed in this study were exposed to much more radiation than we get today from our phones and machines. He felt that the average person would never be exposed to...

Sun burns treated with creams

...ltraviolet radiation from the sun is known to have numerous ill effects on the skin, leading not only to the typical signs of aging, but also to skin cancer. Tazarotene has been shown in several studies to reduce these effects, but none have tested the treatment for longer than six months. These researchers m...

Wash your hands to keep healthy!

...Researchers concluded that this finding could hold numerous practical benefits for the general public, but the idea of a hand washing schedule requires a lot of dedication to make it work....

Helping Kids Attain a Healthy Weight

...earch shows being overweight in childhood leads to numerous health concerns. But a new study finds kids between ages 8 and 12 are more likely to link weight to athletic performance and appearance than health. Even more significantly, their parents also fail to see the importance of a healthy weight, instead v...

Gonorrhea Found To Increase Cancer Risk

... sexual intercourse, along with those who have had numerous sexual // partners, may be at an increased risk for prostate cancer, according to new research. Researchers believe the infection triggers cancer-cell growth. Researchers studied more than 700 black men without prostate cancer and about 130 black me...

The Benefits Of Dual Therapy for Patients With Prostate Cancer

...Follow-ups were performed at varying intervals for numerous years after treatment. After the midpoint follow-up of 4.5 years, study results show patients who received the combination therapy had significantly higher survival, lower prostate cancer death, and higher survival without recurrence of cancer. Speci...

Loss Of Brain Tissue Linked To Obesity

...n atrophy. They also say that obesity is linked to numerous other conditions including stroke, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease, all of which have also been associated with a higher risk of dementia....

New turn in stem cell research

... way to boost stem cell research that will help in numerous therapies using stem cell.// The recent development is a new way of growing human embryonic stem cells in the laboratory. Human embryonic stem cells have the potential to play an important role in regeneration of cells for therapeutic use. However,...

People with abnormal heart rhythms must avoid fish oil

...eir research does not reduce the importance of the numerous studies that have found out the benefits of fish oil supplements for health. However they also issue a warning to patients with abnormal heart rates to stay away from the supplement. Reference: Journal of the American Medical Association, June 2005...

Top Ten Super Food Items That Can Help In Avoiding Cancer

...d green contain powerful antioxidants and shown in numerous studies to be useful in lowering risk of many cancers of the body. 7) PUMPKIN: contains carotenoids called beta-carotene and alpha-carotene and protects against lung and ovarian cancers. Other food rich in carotenoids include: carrots, yams, squa...

Detecting DNA Damage With In-Vivo Alkaline Comet Assay

...damage and repair.// The conventional methods have numerous disadvantages and are time consuming, resource intensive and require a large proliferating cell population. The comet assay attracts adherents by it’s simplicity, speed, versatility and economy and is an ideal alternative supplementary in-vivo stud...

Its Possible To Grow Bone To Replace The Damaged Bone

...ing bone is continually growing and reshaping, the numerous attempts to coax bone to grow outside of the body ? in vitro ? have all failed. Recent attempts to stimulate bone growth within the body ? in vivo ? have had limited success but have proven to be extremely complex, expensive and unreliable. Shastr...

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