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Action of nerve cells

...e nerve cells must communicate with the neurons by releasing chemicals called neurotransmitters. In a new study, biologists from Utah showed how a single protein plays an importnat role in preparing the nerve cells to send these chemical signals. The experimented animals were paralyzed- unable to move, e...

Vaginosis increases risk of miscarriage

...causing inflammation of the lining of the womb and releasing various chemicals which causes the blood vessels to constrict, effectively starving the fertilised egg of vital nutrients....

Relief from common back pain

... He then places a special wand through the needle, releasing radio-frequency energy that heats the area, evaporating the nucleus material inside the disk. Dr.Chen feels that the goal is to decrease disk pressure so it doesn’t pinch the nerve and so the pain is taken away.Lower back pain is one of the most co...

Attempting Hypnosis for relaxation

...ally scan your body, from the feet upwards, gently releasing any tension. Allow your thoughts to flow, but don't focus on any of them. Now imagine yourself in a favourite place or somewhere beautiful and tranquil. With practice, you'll be able to call up this relaxing experience anytime, anywhere....

How brain works

...e nerve cells must communicate with the neurons by releasing chemicals called neurotransmitters. In a new study, biologists from Utah showed how a single protein plays an importnat role in preparing the nerve cells to send these chemical signals. The experimented animals were paralyzed- unable to move, e...

Altitude sickness connected to genes

... oxide synthase (eNOS) gene, is key in the role of releasing nitric oxide in the blood. The researchers compared the genetic sequence of eNOS in climbers who had been affected by HAPE to those who had not been affected. They found 9.8 percent of the non-HAPE group had a genetic variation, compared to 20 percen...

Eating Greens fights cancer

...l. When one chew broccoli, its cells rupture hence releasing an enzyme that produces chemicals called sulphoraphanes. To simulate chewing the researchers crushed raw broccoli in the laboratory and tested the results. Researchers said that broccoli obtained from common supermarket contains 20 per cent anti-carc...

The 'lazy man's yoga"

...our arms back, but beyond that, breathing and just releasing into it are what you're supposed to do." Diftler said the practitioner uses all different parts of the body. "We use our hands and our feet and our forearms and our elbows and knees and actually the weight of the whole body," Diftler said. "There...

Anger Could Be Linked To Weight Gain

...k of expressing anger, while the aggressive way of releasing anger, by either yelling or slamming doors, was coined "anger out."Researchers used the anger control score to calculate the level of maturity and healthy expression of feelings. They found adolescents who had healthy high levels of anger control sco...

Understanding The Role Of Olfaction In Taste

...he olfactory system - stops flavour perception and releasing the nose restores the sense of flavour in the mouth. Examining the neural cause of olfaction's duality, researchers say they devised the first experiment to directly compare the same odorants introduced through the nose and the mouth. They claim th...

Depression Can Worsen Heart Disease

...n in people may accelerate the heart conditions by releasing the levels of a protein that causes inflammations. In a study of 32 people with heart failure, the 14 patients who felt the most depressed had nearly twice// the levels of this protein in their blood. The protein, tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a...

Exubera could mean the end of an insulin injection era for diabetics

... taken by millions worldwide. The product works by releasing an insulin-powder cloud inhaled via a handheld plastic machine similar to the inhalers used for asthma and allergy. The drug has been in development for a decade and is now backed by a joint venture between Pfizer, Sanofi-Aventis and Nektar Therapeut...

Herceptin Not A ‘Wonder’ Drug, Says The Lanct

...pokeswoman for the company said that they would be releasing a further analysis on Thursday. "The debate about the availability of Herceptin to women with early breast cancer demands cooler heads than have so far prevailed, in politics, in public, and even in medical journals," The Lancet editorial concluded...

Aspirin induces Cancer Cells To Commit Suicide

...he mitochondrial membrane in cancer cells, thereby releasing cytochrome c and other apoptotic proteins,' said Dr Lee. This study could indeed hold a key as far as preventing of aggressive recurrence of cancers is concerned. Other authors of the study include Kim M. Kim, Ph.D., and Jae J. Song, Ph.D., departm...

Zap the butt (cigarette) with Laser Therapy

...ergy points on the body using a “cold” laser beam, releasing natural chemicals called endorphins. Endorphins are known to have a calming, relaxing effect on the body that consequently helps in reducing nicotine craving and withdrawal symptoms. The laser doubly benefits clients by stimulating the body’s natural...

More Severe Earthquakes May Hit Kashmir In Future

...und the epicenter, actually rose by about a meter, releasing an energy equivalent of a 30-megaton nuclear explosion. These figures, juxtaposed with historical data, painted a worrying picture, as the last major series of earthquakes recorded in Kashmir started in 1501, culminating in a major jolt in 1555. "...

Earth Will Feel The Impact Of Global Warming

...rface water-drives the warm water to the deep sea, releasing stores of methane gas that leads to further global warming and a massive extermination of deep-sea marine life, they said. Edited (ANI)...

Can Second Hand Smoke Cause Cancer?

...acco smoke. California alone is responsible for releasing an amount of 1,900 tons of carbon monoxide and 40 tons of nicotine into the air annually. Californian regulators have already branded the smoke from tobacco as an air contaminant that is toxic. As many as 16% of the population in the state smoke....

Cancer-causing Property Of Teflon Leaves US Regulators Concerned

...y manufacturer of Teflon in North America has been releasing ads asserting the safety of their product, "We disagree with the panel's recommendation on the cancer classification, and we continue to support the EPA's draft risk assessment," said Robert Rickard, DuPont’s director of health and environmental sci...

Oceans May Turn More Acidic and Threaten Marine Life

...d and solar, that can fuel economic growth without releasing dangerous carbon dioxide into the environment." Source :Eurek...

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