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AIDS Disaster in India is Imminent

...rica, to avoid the mistakes, but nationally we are repeating the same thing," "What South Africa has gone through 10 years back India is going through now."...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...of pure fat. The others had put on four. Now he is repeating the study on 100 heavy teenagers. Even such small experiments have been rare. Most support for the idea comes from big surveys that follow people's health and diets over time. Some of these show that those who consistently favor low-GI fare are less...

An Increase In Number Of Lung Cancer Deaths in Women

...needs to be given , to prevent this situation from repeating in developing countries by implementing effective tobacco control measures....

Habit Memory May Enhance Learning In People

...asked to do or why. But, after several sessions of repeating the exercise with the same pairs of objects, the volunteers unconsciously selected the correct item in each pair with increasing accuracy. By the end of the study they were scoring 95% and 100% in their selection of the correct item. Source: Newswis...

Reminiscing Into The Past Makes You Dissatisfied With The Present

...le some might welcome a break from older relatives repeating boring old yarns, it is not a normal symptom of ageing. People who are unhappy with their surroundings might find it easier to retreat into the past. Studies have shown that older people with a positive self-image and perception of others enjoy the...

Living In The Past Indicates Dissatisfaction With Present

...le some might welcome a break from older relatives repeating boring old yarns, it is not a normal symptom of ageing. People who are unhappy with their surroundings might find it easier to retreat into the past. Studies have shown that older people with a positive self-image and perception of others enjoy the...

Fat Facts: Obesity Traced To the Genes

...ty, the researchers sought to probe further. While repeating the same tests on four other groups, that studied almost 4000 people, from different parts of Western Europe, the same results similar to the previous study were shown. The researchers were thus able to see a consistent link between gene variant and ...

Obesity: Blame It On The Genes

...ty, the researchers sought to probe further. While repeating the same tests on four other groups, that studied almost 4000 people, from different parts of Western Europe, the same results similar to the previous study were shown. The researchers were thus able to see a consistent link between gene variant and ...

Repeated Liver Cell Proliferation, a Cause for Liver Cancer

...damage and regeneration in liver tissue, it is the repeating cycle of damage, inflammation and regeneration that leads to liver cancer," said Karin. "However, this knowledge is not satisfactory until we find out if it applies to humans." Source: Eurekaert...

Spanish Initiative Looks At Inflammatory Markers To Predict Strokes

...s or inflammatory processes have a greater risk of repeating these illnesses", explains doctor José Castillo, coordinator of the MíTICO project. A second objective of this work is to determine if the use of habitual pharmaceutical drugs in these patients (plaque antiagregants, antihypertensives, estatines) is...

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Is Familial

...bing thoughts, which are dealt with by patients by repeating certain behaviors. It is estimated that close relatives of OCD sufferers are nine times more likely to develop the disorder. Now, new research is shedding new light on one of the genetic factors that may contribute to that pattern. And while no one...

Children With OCD Are Often The More Bullied Lot

...of Mental Health. "Their day becomes filled with repeating behaviours," Storch said. "For a lot of kids, peer...se why they are washing their hands. Why they keep repeating questions." The researchers also found links between bullying and other problems, namely lonelines...

Internet Health Advice Causing More Harm than Good

...orders. Some of these sites are simply inaccurate, repeating the myths often associated with the conditions. 'Others, however, are positively dangerous. They encourage eating disorders, recommend ways to subvert care and add to the difficulties faced by people with these conditions. The best ways to counter t...

Benefits Of Testosterone Treatment

...t that are important to patients in order to avoid repeating the estrogen disaster," he says. Source-Eurekalert SRI...

Bacteria Fighter Goes Where Antibiotics Can't

... different microbes, and that his lab will work on repeating the strategy with other peptide chains. The researchers also hope to test these new peptides against infections in animals. Source-Newsise SRI...

Preterm Delivery More Common in African American Women

...ey were also more than 5 times more likely to have repeating premature births. Using data from over 700,000 births in Missouri from 1989 to 1997, researchers found that African American mothers were 3 times more likely than Caucasian mothers to deliver prematurely at 20-34 weeks and almost 4 times more likel...

Emotional Stress Could Be a Factor in Causing Alzheimers: Study

... of tau. But when they simulated chronic stress by repeating the procedure every day for two weeks, the modification lasted long enough to let tau molecules tumble off the cytoskeleton and pile up in insoluble heaps of protein. During the study, the researchers genetically engineered mice to lack either CRF...

Brain Signal Prevents Us from Repeating Mistakes

...y warning signal' in the brain that helps us avoid repeating previous mistakes. Their research identifies, for... just how quickly the brain works to help us avoid repeating errors. By monitoring activity in the brain as it occurs, we were able to identify the moment at whi...

This is How We Learn from Our Past Mistakes

...'early warning signal' in the brain helps us avoid repeating previous mistakes. The study has discovered a mec... just how quickly the brain works to help us avoid repeating errors. By monitoring activity in the brain as it occurs, we were able to identify the moment at whi...

Evidence Underlying Repeated Courses of Steroids for Preterm Birth may Be Unsound

...yses wrong. They also said that the practice of repeating courses was not based on any good evidence, and th...g the same errors in subgroup analyses "or we risk repeating the errors made in the conclusions of the original antenatal steroid trials."...

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