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Morphine may excite cancerous tumors

...es given to cancer patients to manage severe pain, provoke signals in endothelial cells, or cells that form blood vessels, and activate mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK). MAPK promotes endothelial cell multiplication and angiogenesis, or formation of new blood vessels. Angiogenesis can cause tumor grow...

Link Between Mothers Depression and Violence in Children

...e that babies with heritable difficult temperament provoke depression in their mothers and that the child’s later violence is entirely explained by pre-existing factors within the child.” ...

Continuation Of Medication After Heart Surgery Very Important

...ons, such as beta blockers and ACE inhibitors, may provoke abnormal heart accelerations.In the past, it was believed patients were too sick after surgery to continue taking their heart medication. However, this assumption was questioned after observing irregular heart palpitations, or atrial fibrillation, in...

Your Wheezing Could be Due To Your Bed

...nose and mouth needs to be taken care of as it may provoke respiratory disorders....

Consumption Of Red Meat Found To Double The Risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis

...speculating the high collagen content of meat may provoke an immune response in individuals with a predisposition for rheumatoid arthritis. Thus researchers conclude saying that, a high level of red meat consumption may represent a novel risk factor for inflammatory arthritis or may act as a marker for a gr...

Laughter – best medicine to good healt

...ey make a mental pledge: "I will not get angry and provoke others to become angry. I will keep smiling through the day and pray to the Almighty, Nature and my ancestors for good health and a peaceful life.'' After "alternate nostril breathing," "side breathing," "chest massage" and "vertical breathing," foll...

Elevated Insulin Levels To Influence Levels Of Inflammatory Markers

... which, in the context of an aging population, may provoke a dramatic increase in the prevalence of AD. More encouragingly, greater understanding of insulin’s role in AD pathogenesis may lead to novel and more effective strategies for treating, delaying, or even preventing this challenging disease, the autho...

Alzheimer's Disease Caused By Insulin Increase

... which, in the context of an aging population, may provoke a dramatic increase in the prevalence of AD. More encouragingly, greater understanding of insulin's role in AD pathogenesis may lead to novel and more effective strategies for treating, delaying, or even preventing this challenging disease," the auth...

Study Unveils New Insight To The Madness Of King George III

... of George III’s hair contained arsenic, which can provoke porphyria attacks. PGC-1 alpha is a “transcriptional co activator” that acts as an on-off switch for a number of genes involved in manufacture of glucose in the liver and in the “heating system” of brown fat cells that help prevent damage from cold...

Ambiguous Efficacy Of Opioid Drugs In Chronic Inflammatory Joint Pain Relief

...erent nerve cell bodies. The therapy did, however, provoke a dramatic reduction in short-term joint hypersensitivity.These findings begin to explain the ambiguous efficacy of peripherally administered -opioid drugs in controlling chronic inflammatory joint pain....

Clopidogrel Allergy Can Be Tackled By Methodical Desensitization

...ubstitute medications are either just as likely to provoke allergy symptoms or markedly less effective. Stopping the medication may be riskier than continuing it: Patients who do not take clopidogrel after stenting--particularly after receiving a drug-eluting stent--face approximately three times the risk of...

Hope for Women With Fertility Problems

... some form of mild distress, such as a biopsy, may provoke a response that makes conditions in the uterus favorable for implantation. Dekel and her team are now looking for the exact mechanisms involved when an unreceptive uterus turns receptive following local injury. They are conducting both animal studi...

Symptoms In Dementia Patients Negatively Correlates With The Characteristics Of Caregivers

...ritable and demonstrate less patience, which could provoke the symptoms.’ The study, reported in the May issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, involved almost 6,000 patients with dementia, who lived in the community, and their caregivers. Almost half of the caregivers were the patients' ...

'Microscopic Grains Used in Sun Block Creams may Cause Nerve Damage'

...in the brain from harm. They found the particles provoke the cells to manufacture chemicals that are protective in the short term but potentially damaging when released in the prolonged manner seen in the experiments. Gunter Oberdwrster, a specialist in nanoparticle toxicity at University of Rochester in...

New discovery may help treat stroke-affected humans

...ts suggests that in humans it could be possible to provoke the body's own stem cells into repairing an injury... the brain. But it does suggest that drugs that provoke Notch or a related protein might one day be used to persuade stem cells in the brain or other tissue...

Natural Approach to Immune Regulation May Help Transplant Patients

...nd may even die. A long list of other cells that provoke an immune response might be "kept under control" by this approach, Dr. Horuzsko says. He envisions, in the not too distant future, giving cytokines and growth factors to patients so targeted cells will express inhibitory receptors then delivering a...

WATCH's 2006 List Of Ten Potentially - Dangerous Toys

... up to 100 feet with 'direct hit accuracy' - could provoke facial and choking injuries. 3. Pram Decoration : Blossoms that is sold to be placed on a stroller or on a crib - possibilities of children becoming entangled in the string - potential choking hazard for babies. 4. Pyramid Stacker : a pottery ...

How to Overcome Egg Allergy in Children

...protection from accidental ingestion of items that provoke reactions and, eventually, to induce complete or near-complete tolerance to those items. Burks and his colleagues modeled the study on a commonly used method for treating seasonal allergy sufferers to alleviate symptoms. In this approach, called i...

Gov. Ed Rendell Plan Would Widen Health Insurance

...gulatory approval and also predicted that it would provoke objections from health care interest groups. Major health groups have had little comment so far, saying they are awaiting details. Dozens of health care experts, business representatives, consumer advocates and others provided input by serving on ...

Women With Migraines More Likely to Have Depression

...r severe symptoms. “Painful physical symptoms may provoke or be a manifestation of major depression in women with chronic headache, and depression may heighten pain perception,” said study author Gretchen Tietjen, MD with the University of Toledo-Health Science Campus and a member of the American Academy of...

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