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Keep guilt off

... health of the body's immune system. The students rated sex 8.9 out of 10 for pleasure and just 1.6 for guilt; eating scored 9 for pleasure and 6 for guilt; drinking and watching television both scored 7 for pleasure and 5 for guilt.According to Dr Lowe, those students who felt the most guilt and least pl...

Cannabis for pain

...ain relief on a scale from one to 10, the majority rated it at "between 9 and 10". Without their knowledge, a placebo was introduced during the trial, and later replaced with cannabinoid. When the extract was removed, pain levels shot up 20 to 30 per cent, and subsequently dropped off once the extract was...

Low cholestrol,low behaviour

...om any mental health problems. The patients were rated on their level of depression, impulsivity and suic...erol levels were also low in all patients who were rated as being impulsive. Lead researcher Dr Malcolm Garland said cholesterol was linked to the transmis...

Exercise therapy for fibromyalgia

... three months, more of those in the exercise group rated themselves as very much improved, compared to those in the relaxation group. The advantages were maintained at one year after the start of the study. Researchers felt that such exercise programmes might be very useful for those with fibromyalgia, say...

Just standing next to a large person can be bad for one's image

...and then were asked their opinion of the man. They rated him from 1 to 5 on 50 negative adjectives -- calle...ribe obese people. The man with the big woman was rated 22 percent more negatively than the same man with the thin companion. When seen with the large woman...

New Treatment for Rosacea

...azelaic acid gel group, 78 percent of the patients rated their improvement as excellent or good, compared to 64 percent in the metronidazole gel grou....

Plastic Sling Has Proved Successful In Improving Aging Of The Neck

...ocedure, researchers report 99 of the 100 patients rated their satisfaction of appearance greater than 90 percent. Eighty-six of the patients said they would recommend the procedure to a friend or relative. After a longer follow-up, only eight patients felt the procedure did not meet expectations. None of ...

Help for Psoriasis

...aluated the extent of each patient’s condition and rated the degree of scaling and thickness. Patients also completed a questionnaire that measured their quality of life and severity of symptoms. Results of the study show patients who received efalizumab experienced a significant improvement in their symp...

Mental Health Services for Children

...t their family sociodemographics status. They also rated their children’s physical health and developmental health. Finally, they answered questions about depression and their child’s social development. Study authors say there are a number of factors related to problem recognition, defined as thinking ab...

Painkilling Patch As Effective As Intravenous Delivery Systems

...d morphine. Of those wearing the patch, 74 percent rated it good to excellent at relieving pain in the 24 h...77 percent of those getting morphine intravenously rated that method highly. Thus the patches allow patients to move about more freely and may replace cumb...

Helping Cancer Patients Fight Fatigue

...tion or a nutrition intervention. The participants rated their fatigue before cancer treatment and at two times during the treatment. Thus researchers conclude saying that after adjusting for many different factors, the ECAM group experienced a greater decrease in fatigue over time compared to the other ...

Dietary Changes Could Reduce The Risk for Stroke

...n had a stroke and then compared their diets. They rated the women’s diets based on if they ate more of a Western diet or a prudent diet. During the follow-up, 791 women in the study had had a stroke. It was found that women who ate a Western diet vs. a prudent diet had a higher risk of developing a strok...

Antibiotics for acute uncomplicated lower respiratory tract infection

...mation on the symptom duration and severity. Cough rated as at least "a slight problem" lasted a mean of 11.7 days. The results of the trial showed that the information leaflet had no effect on the main outcomes. Compared with no offer of antibiotics, other strategies did not alter cough duration or othe...

Anger and exercise set off irregular heartbeats

...g the shock to compare the two times. The patients rated their anger level and exercise level on a scale of...one to five. Researchers report anger levels were rated as a three or higher in 20 percent of the shock events vs. 5 percent the week later when the patient...

Soy Not Such A Wonder For Health?

...t to 40 percent, however, these trials were mostly rated as poor quality. Among studies with statistically significant improvements in symptoms, the dose of soy isoflavones ranged from 17.5 to 100 mg/day. The evidence review completed by AHRQ’s Tufts-New England Medical Centre Evidence-based Practice Cen...

Consuming Vinegar Before A Meal Found To Help Dieters Eat Less

...ety scores after the highest level of vinegar were rated significantly higher than the reference at 30, 90 and 120 minutes after the meal. Both glucose and insulin responses were about 25 per cent lower at 90 minutes when the volunteers had consumed the highest level of vinegar compared to the reference me...

Self-Applied Acupressure May Reduce Sleepiness And Increase Alertness During Class Hours

... validated Stanford Sleepiness Scale, and students rated their levels of sleepiness in the morning, before class began and in the late afternoon, at the conclusion of class. Acupressure was administered mid-day during the lunch period. The fact that the stimulation group had significantly less fatigue th...

Women With High Oestrogen Levels Have Prettier Faces

...singly, women with the highest hormone levels were rated as being more attractive. It was also found that these faces tended to have classically feminine features, such as larger eyes and lips and smaller noses and jaws. Oestrogen levels during puberty are believed to play a very important role in the ap...

Lack of adequate sleep among people over 50

...hey have a sleep problem. Worry, stress or anxiety rated as the most important cause for sleep deprivation and is more prevalent among primary caregivers. A majority of the people remain untreated for lack of sleep although more than 80 % of the adults perceive the importance of sleep to their health. F...

India - Favored Orthopedics Surgery Destination

... developer the decision was influenced by a highly rated television programme and Internet search. I found that not only are many of the doctors in India trained in the US and Britain, but they are also offering the latest surgeries like surface hip replacement not as yet approved by the US Food and Drug ...

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