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Mind Affects Body –Link between Anxiety Disorder, Depression and Obesit

... conducted to ascertain clinical observations that portray depression or anxiety disorder and BMI was calculated according to growth chart percentiles. The team observed that among 310 participants, nearly 119 men and 191 women had suffered anxiety disorders and 50 men and 98 women were suffering from depre...

Needed, more space for women's sexual identity on marquees

... husband or young suitor. "Almost all these films portray the older woman as a pitiable creature whose life is enhanced by a man's presence. It must be unthinkable for the Hindi filmmaker to think of a female character who is happy and fulfilled without conventional notions of 'love' and 'marriage'," says f...

Breast cancer: Possible Link Between Asymmetrical Breasts and Cancer

...d that, it is considered normal for many women who portray moderate changes in shape of breasts. According to Maria Lead beater, of the Charity Breast Cancer Care, unevenness of breasts could be caused due to certain disturbances n the secretion of hormones. This is also an indicator that the body is not d...

Angina Risks Pronounced In Women over 45

... investigation and diagnosis of such patients, who portray symptoms of angina. University of London’s, epid...n out of every 100 in the 45 and above, age group, portray angina as the first sign of heart disease. The study also pointed out the difficulty in diagnosing a...

Decline of Suicide Rates to a Record Low, Holds Promise

...rtment Of Health has enabled some Statistics which portray that in 1995 the rate of suicide was 9.2 per 100,000 and in 2004 it had dropped to 8.56 deaths per 100,000. It was observed that men in the age group of 30- 39 committed the most suicides, while rates of suicide among women were four times lesser whe...

Hormone - A Shot in the Arm for Weight Loss

...ght 3 months prior to taking the test, and did not portray any abnormal eating patterns. The experiment was conducted in a research lab after fasting the night before and avoiding alcohol and strenuous exercise for 24 hrs prior to beginning the schedule. After injecting themselves with the first injection,...

Certain antidepressant drugs associated with pronounced suicidal tendencies

...ressants, and those who were prescribed, seemed to portray a suicide risk that was five times more pronounced during the first month of taking the SSRI drug than compared to other antidepressants. SSRI was also found to be connected to the use of aggressive methods to kill oneself, that did not exclude the...

Crucial to regulate your body pH, key determiner for good health

...r cells cannot grow. Nearly 85% of cancer patients portray a significantly low pH level, between 5 and 6. Probably the reason why cancer patients see a marked improvement in their health, after making changes in their diet and lifestyle. The root cause of many diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular dise...

Meconium, no mere waste

... (FAEEs) found in meconium may be able to reliably portray the extent of fetal alcohol exposure//. "There are only a few biomarkers that indicate if an infant has been exposed to alcohol during pregnancy, and most of them are not strictly associated with alcohol use," said Enrique M. Ostrea, professor of p...

Scientists hint at a link between weight loss and dementia in women

...nt may not experience the usual appetite, may also portray disinterest in food, which may be the reason for weight loss. Men have not portrayed any of these symptoms prior to dementia onset, so scientists feel that post-menopausal problems accompanied with hormonal changes could also contribute to weight ...

Horse Sense: The Dublin Horse Show Shall Go On

...to humans. Horses suffering this type of infection portray symptoms such as fever, minor hemorrhages in the mucous membranes, anemia, dependent swelling and death. Insects that suck blood from the horse spread the disease. The disease can also spread by the use of contaminated needles....

Memory loss may portend onset of dementia

...ch is required to be done with patients who do not portray very high mental abilities so that the symptoms of illness can be understood better....

Young diabetics need to contend with faster decline of condition

...ification in the blood - HbA1c levels in the blood portray the exact status of the disease; high levels of HbA1c denotes the condition taking a turn for the worse, notwithstanding the medication for blood glucose management. This point became evident after an exhaustive study spanning seven years that tra...

Chocolate Chip Cookies to Keep Cholesterol at Bay

...eries. Normal cholesterol levels need not always portray a lesser risk scenario. Recent research has revealed that the Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) hastens the development of fatty waxy substances, which can build up in the inner walls of arteries even when a person may have cholesterol levels below 200m...

Closing In On the Breast Cancer Gene

...tish researchers have made it known that women who portray mutations in the BRIP1 gene, carry twice the norma... mutations in gene BRIP1 may not in all likelihood portray mutations in other breast cancer associated genes. The American Cancer Society has indicated that l...

Autistic Children May Lag behind in ‘Categorization of Objects

... autistic children //indicating that such children portray a lag in their ability to differentiate between living and non living things and segregating objects according to their category. The paper which can be found in the Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities is perhaps an answer to one of th...

When Her Lot is maligned by HER-2, Staying Abreast is Imperative

...l growth, division and repair. HER2 positive women portray excessive quantities of HER2 in the breast cells. Breast cancer is becoming one of the leading causes of death amongst women in the 35 to 55 age group. Armed with statistics, The International Agency for Research on Cancer has said that in 2001 nea...

Synthetic Chemicals May Trigger Breast Cancer

...east cancer. Uncannily, the manufactured chemicals portray structures very similar to estrogen, and scientists feel strongly about these chemicals being the culprit behind the rise in breast cancer cases. The ‘culprit’ chemical under the scanner is, bisphenol A, which is present in CD cases, lunchboxes, su...

Childhood abuse may hamper sufferers’ adult relationship

...onality and Social Psychology, abused children may portray difficulties carrying on associations and relationships with others // , as they grow up, especially when they associate their abusive parents with the many adults they meet in their life. Kathy R. Berenson and Susan M. Andersen, of New York Univer...

Children’s Verbal Skills Are Sharpened by Positive Parenting Behavior

...breast feeding suggesting that breast fed children portray higher IQ’s. But researchers found that, mother’s education accompanied by superior parenting practices is the key factor for superior cognitive abilities in children. During the study, researchers subjected children and their mothers to verbal tes...

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