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Old are not weak

...of California shows that muscle protein is made as quickly as it is broken down in men over 70. In fact there is no difference in muscle protein turnover between older men and men of average age 28.// Yet decreases in muscle strength are commonly found as people get older. This study shows that the basic m...

Blood transfusions beneficial after heart attacks

... the lives of many elderly heart attack victims by quickly giving blood transfusions to those who have even mild anemia, a U.S. study found. Researchers said this advice, if widely adopted, could save thousands of people each year. Taking care of anemia is probably as important as giving aspirin, beta blocke...

Short stature -a problem

...al." Behaviour problems in short children improved quickly with six months of hormone replacement therapy, Dr Beens said, but that could not be due to growth alone as height increased slowly....

More about HIV

...stage, the immune system deteriorates, HIV mutates quickly and becomes more pathogenic, and the body can no longer keep up with loss of T cells. As a result, the patient develops one of many different infections and illnesses associated with AIDS.Stage IV: Progression to AIDS. T4 cell count falls below 200. ...

Protein signals need for heart surgery

...ghtly elevated levels of troponin who were treated quickly with anti-clotting drugs. <br...

The alarm clock in you

...irst real evidence of an internal "mechanism which quickly adapts the sleep-wake rhythm to environmental challenges." Fifteen healthy volunteers with an average age of 25 and regular sleep patterns took part in the experiment, the results of which have been published in this week's Nature magazine. The vol...

Memory loss associated with microbes

...tes. A human body thrown into sulphuric acid would quickly dissolve....

Syphilis uncovered

... disarm its defences through vaccines, identify it quickly through new diagnostic tests and eliminate it with specific, targeted antibiotics."...

Mutation connected to Osteoporosis

...d it is premature to suggest this new finding will quickly lead to development of osteoporosis treatments. He predicted that it would have more value in finding ways to "treat this particular genetic disease." The research was funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health and the Johns Hopkins Uni...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

...tute, PolyHeme, from CBER. Management said it will quickly begin the process of addressing these issues....

AIDS drugs linked to heart attack risk

...ible long-term effects. Some of these side effects quickly became apparent, including odd rearrangements of body fat and a variety of metabolic abnormalities, such as changes in cholesterol levels. But it was uncertain whether these would eventually lead to extra heart trouble. Some of the strongest evidenc...

Obesity increases health costs

...th toll, largely because lung cancer can kill more quickly than some common obesity-linked diseases, but obesity was worse when it came to long-term health problems. Being obese increases health care costs 36% and medication costs 77%, while smoking increases those costs 21% and 30%, respectively. Obesity c...

Blood test diagnoses heart failure in short time

...es a protein released by stressed heart muscle can quickly sort out whose bad breathing is caused by heart failure, which occurs when the heart cannot pump forcefully enough. The test, called Triage, is already used by about 500 U.S. hospitals. It measures levels of a protein called B-type natriuretic peptid...

The route to fertilization

...sperm approaches the egg," notes Epel, "the enzyme quickly produces large amounts of nitric oxide gas, which is injected into the egg once the sperm and the egg make contact."The injection of nitric oxide gas from the sperm triggers the release of calcium inside the egg about 30 seconds later. Calcium then...

Heart Drug has grave side effects

...reathing and blood flow, and appeared to work more quickly than intravenous nitroglycerin. Dr. Michael Cuffe, a Duke University cardiologist who helped lead the milrinone study, said the research looked at how patients fared over the longer term, unlike the research that led to government approval of the dr...

Chemists Discover Cation Considered Too Unstable To Exist

...of a molecule other than the one expected, Lambert quickly recognized the structure as an example of the elusive cyclopentadienyl cation of textbook fame. Lambert and Lin currently are studying the chemistry of the pentamethylcyclopentadienyl cation by carrying out reactions with the cation to learn more abo...

Stem Cells Have Few Mutations

...k of tumor formation. But this type of mutation is quickly spotted in routine laboratory screening of cells, he said. Starmbrook felt that, it was actually very easy to screen for this mutation and you could then eliminate cells that have undergone this process. Embryonic stem cells are the master cells fo...

Breastfed babies grow rapidly

... exclusively. For instance, babies that grow very quickly may tax their mother's milk supply, causing her to...ernatively, breast-fed infants who are not growing quickly may be supplemented with formula in an attempt to spur their growth, Dr. Michael Kramer from McGill ...

Taking the help of pharmacist

...ding any herbal remedies or supplements - they can quickly alert you to the possibility of any interactions or adverse effects. And when you are prescribed a new medication, talk to your pharmacist about it. Might it interact with drugs you are already taking or with certain foods? Will it have an adverse ...

Short stature -a problem

...al." Behaviour problems in short children improved quickly with six months of hormone replacement therapy, Dr Beens said, but that could not be due to growth alone as height increased slowly....

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