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Antioxidants used for longevity

... called superoxide dismutase (SOD) lacking in mice paves the way towards new treatment for brain degenerative diseases. It is known that oxidative damage plays an important role in brain degeneration of the kind seen in Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurological diseases. Researchers, in California, h...

Early Detection Of Prostate Cancer

...was more sensitive than 18F-FDG PET. This research paves the way for future investigation of the utility of 11C-acetate PET in early relapse detection....

Domestic Violence: The Silent Killer of Women Worldwide

...ith poor educational standards. In addition, this paves the way for increased risk of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. In fact, in many cases of domestic violence, the male partner had multiple sexual partners and refused to use a condom. In view of the above report, it is high time domes...

Islet cells producing insulin cultivated in the lab

...transplant. Still it is an excellent beginning and paves way for breakthrough treatment of Type I diabetes ...

Gene That Causes Metastasis of the Primary Tumor, Identified

...to other tissues. Professor Rudland said that this paves way to the early death of the cancer patient. These genes are common and found in most common cancers, including breast, lung and colon. Hence at present the concern is to develop drugs that will switch off the action of these genes and therefore imp...

Make No Bones About It: Actress Sally, Fields Osteoporosis Like A star!

...lly helps in arresting the pace of bone loss. This paves the way for many women to suffer osteoporosis or at least be in the risk category. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) seemed to work like magic, famous for its bone protecting properties and remedying hot flashes and mood swings. But HRT also came i...

Counterfeiter Packs Health Problems: Study

...tight security against medicinal prescriptions now paves way to reduce the use of counterfeits. Due to intake of counterfeit containing acetaminophen and artesunate, which labeled as made by Guilin, a 23-year-old man was died in eastern Burma last year. Thus needs more security alerts and changes on le...

Dairy Intake Relates With Twins Birth – Research Find

...nsumed by women. Thus more ovulation results which paves way to higher amount of egg being released from the ovary. When comparing vegan and dairy-consuming women for blood levels of IGF, the latter scores over 13 percent. Rate of twin birth have raised probably since 1975, which may be due to advanced...

Chikungunya Disease Hits Maharashtra

...ease is not fatal it weakens the immune system and paves way to other infectious diseases. It was first reported in Tasmania. Maharashtra state health minister Vimal Mundada said that he would launch an awareness program so that people could be sensitized by this new disease and take necessary steps to pre...

Naturopathic Care Proves Beneficial for TMD Pain

...ials using whole system naturopathic medicine, and paves the way for further research in larger samples. (Source: Newswise)...

Break-through Discovery Gives Hope For Asthma treatment

...h can cause asthma attacks. This important finding paves the way for developing new approaches to prevention and treatment.” It has been reported that around 5.2 million people in the UK, that is roughly one in 12 of the population receive treatment for asthma, and that on an average around 198 people ge...

First Study to Show How Immune Cells 'Speak' to Each Other in Vivo

...creases the understanding of the immune system and paves the way for further research on the body's immune response system. New knowledge in this area may ultimately improve treatment for immune disorders such as MS, cancer, and AIDS. (Source: Newswise)...

Healthy Heart for a Hearty Life

...ally. Another anathema of modern life, obesity, paves way for more misfortunes like diabetes and hypertension. This ‘terrible trio’, we understand, is the stepping-stone to a premature death. India being the diabetes capital of the world has its fair share of juvenile diabetics. Childhood obesity is on ...

Turmeric prevents rheumatoid arthritis: US study

...tanical supplements available for use. This work paves the way for the pre-clinical and clinical trials needed before turmeric supplements can be recommended for medicinal use in preventing or suppressing rheumatoid arthritis. This study also provides the first in vivo documentation of a mechanism of a...

Quick and Inexpensive DNA Testing

...esearch field. Rothberg's ground breaking research paves the way to identify sequences in genotypes in any DNA sample rapidly and cost effectively. The technology is a novel fluorescent DNA screening assay, which rapidly determines whether specific DNA target sequences are present in an analyte. In simpl...

Fetal Heart-Cell Enzyme and Onset of Heart Failure

...congestive heart failure (CHF). The study, which paves the way for new targets for treating cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure, appears in an advanced online publication of Nature Medicine. “It’s as if old programs are being reactivated in a sick heart,” explains senior author Jonathan A. Epstein, M...

HL7 Announces Industry’s First Electronic Health Record System (EHR-S

...pment of the Legal EHR Profile, the EHR-S standard paves the way for additional EHR system standards development efforts and will serve as a framework for the legal EHR. "It is important that the EHR stand as a legal record for business purpose, otherwise it forces the paper record to serve as the legal he...

Cannibalistic Signals Help Mammalian Embryos Develop Normally

...als to have their corpses purged, a last gasp that paves the way for normal mammalian// development. Autophagy is the way cells devour their own unwanted or damaged parts. It was known to be active in cell death that occurs during normal embryonic development, but its precise role was unclear. Some tho...

Viral Enzyme Recruited in Fight Against Ear Infection

...dle ear after an initial influenza virus infection paves the way. The investigators based their treatment on the ability of viruses called phages to break out of bacteria they infect by using a special enzyme to destroy the cell walls. Phages infect bacteria in a way that is similar to how viruses infect...

Canadian Researchers Raise Hopes of Treatment for Memory Loss

... to develop drugs to improve memory. The finding paves the way for unprecedented treatments for people suffering from memory loss and dementia, but similar drugs might also improve the memory performance of healthy people. The researchers studied an unusual gene that normally produces a protein that s...

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