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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...what was also interesting was that these mice, the ones that also developed plaque, produced more tau than did mice with only a tau mutation. “That proved that there is an interaction between tau and amyloid, and it is that interaction that causes cognitive deficits,” he says. These Mayo mice are offered...

Embryo Protection Law in Germany

... in order to increase the chances of the remaining ones surviving. It is also performed when doctors discover that foetuses are abnormal. Professor Ricardo Felberbaum, from the German IVF registry and a member of the ESHRE European IVF monitoring consortium, said: Germanys embryo protection law is not i...

Skin Rashes Signifies Longer Survival in Cancer Patients

...g treatment because of the rash, yet those are the ones who are most likely to benefit," Wacker said. "This is a critical problem and rather than permanently discontinue treatment, patients should talk to their doctor about an effective and proactive strategy to manage the rash while continuing Tarceva th...

New Diagnostic Test for Mad Cow Disease Developed

...in tissue can be applied to other tissues like the ones taken from blood, which may be used in tests for the disease. "While this method, due to the length of time it takes to carry out, is unlikely to produce a rapid screening test that could be implemented in blood donation centres, it may well be su...

Scientists Find Single Circuit Channeling Depression in Rats

...t brains show similar depression symptoms to human ones and react to anti-depression medicines in the same way. The testing showed that an alteration in electrical activity flow through the brain could be readjusted with the use of human drugs against depression -- suggesting the existence of a specific...

Smoking Bans Spawn 'Smirting': Flirting While Smoking on the Street!

...duced, reports The Sun. The Irish were the first ones to discover the magic of smoking and flirting when their ciggy ban started in March 2004. The ban meant that smoking in pubs became illegal, as it was the work place for bar staff. This situation actually gave birth to a huge subculture in Irish so...

Obesity Drug may Hold Potent Cancer Treatments

...hundreds of thousands of compounds to identify the ones that interacted with cancer cells in the same way as orlistat and narrowed the list of possibilities down to a dozen. The researchers will now work to create potent cancer treatments by testing the drugs in animals and then in human cancer patients...

Parkinson's Targets Two Distinct Brain Networks, Finds Study

...o anything to alter these networks and we need new ones to target these symptoms," Dr. Eidelberg said. Eidelberg added that the networks could be used as biomarkers to diagnose the disease. The scientists have also developed mathematical computer models to determine how fast the disease will progress. ...

Millions Spent, but the Indian Capital's River Still Stinks

... underway to repair old sewage lines and build new ones to take away and treat waste from the three largest drains as well as to hook up unauthorised colonies. The river will be visibly cleaner in just three years, Mathur said, in time for the Commonwealth Games. But with the water board now suffering...

Complaining Girls Faces Higher Depression, Anxiety Risk

...ecially in their teens, and that they are also the ones who are most likely to be more depressed and anxious. "When girls co-ruminate, they're spending such a high percentage of their time dwelling on problems and concerns that it probably makes them feel sad and more hopeless about the problems because...

School-based Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs

...ut studies have shown that these same kids are the ones who will get anxiety from any educational program. If its fire prevention, theyll be scared of fire, if its traffic safety, theyll be afraid of crossing the street, Duffell said. Health Behavior News Service: Lisa Esposito at (202) 387-2829 or hbn...

India Grapples With First Bill to Stop Workplace Sex Harassment

...s feisty, male-dominated parliament. "The lazier ones (women) will exploit the legislation to further their career," said Swaroop Sarkar, the head of the Save Family Foundation. The Protect Indian Family group said such a law would open the way for "rampant misuse." "In this bill hearsay will be the...

Alcohol may Help You to Be Cool

...rease and decrease aggression, depending on wheres ones attention is focused. The psychologists contemplate that working memory is crucial not only to barroom behaviour, but to all social behaviour, because it provides the capacity for self-reflection and strategic planning. Activating working memory ...

Hip and Knee Replacements Becoming More Patient-friendly

...Surgeons are refining techniques or developing new ones to try to improve the outcomes. Joint Replacement Surgeries that engage minimally invasive techniques have reduced post-operative pain and morbidity to the patient. Rehabilitation is also faster. Wockhardt's Centre for Joint Replacement offers to p...

Experts Warn Against Side Effects of the New Weight Loss Drug

...here it was before. This trap looks a lot like the ones from previous drugs, which have often worked for a small group of people and failed for everybody else, he said. "If we had a great way for everybody to lose weight, we wouldn't need to have any of these discussions," Gardner said. His suggestion...

Scientists Have Discovered Blood Protein That Could Spot Colon Cancer

...y good at separating normal samples from cancerous ones and identifying other groups with pre-cancers at high risk for disease as well," Getzenberg said. The findings of the study were published in the June issue of Cancer Research....

Genetic Variations Leads to Fever After Smallpox Vaccination

...duce the chance of adverse events, including minor ones like fever, says the studys lead author, Samuel Stanley Jr., M.D., vice chancellor of research at Washington University and a professor of medicine and microbiology. Routine smallpox vaccinations in the United States were halted in 1972, when the d...

Weizmann Researchers Developed Control Switch for Protein Activity

...e engineered proteins are screened to identify the ones that respond to the drug in a desired manner. Th...l set of engineered proteins is needed to find the ones that respond to the drug. With their greater resources, biotechnology companies will be able to crea...

New Tumor Markers for Pancreatic Cancer

...son would indicate which orders (messages) are the ones that make the cancer grow and invade and which weapons (proteins) it uses to do so. In order to carry out this work we used microarrays or DNA-chips, a technique used for multiple analyses. It allows the detection and quantification of messages sen...

IMA Accuses US Companies for Selling Recycled Prosthesis in India

...ndia is that the US companies are selling recycled ones here," Kumar told IANS. According to him, the cost of manufacturing prosthesis in US is around $5,000. "How can the US companies sell them for less?" he asked. The US companies use the word "reprocessed" instead of "recycled" to sell them in Indi...

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