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Adult Stem Cells Show Promise for Peripheral Vascular Disease

...minary results, while encouraging, must be further researched in future controlled studies and reinforced by separate studies by other laboratories," said Yang Xiao Feng, Director of the Stem Cell Program for Vascular Diseases at Shenyang 463 Hospital. The study followed previous studies done in the laborator...

Water Hyacinth is Used for Health Improvements in Africa

...is method of water hyacinth biocontrol, originally researched and implemented in Florida in the 1970s, eliminates or drastically reduces the use of pesticides. In the Lake Victoria region, water hyacinth threatened livelihoods of local communities by reducing fish populations, fouling hydroelectric power turb...

Ancient Ancestors Might Have Had a Clue to HIV

...iseases of the present century and one of the most researched one still leaves many questions unanswered about its origin. Many researchers believe that the answers to the origin could be found in the jungles of central Africa. The understanding to the origin might lead to finding an effective treatment for AI...

Diet for Autism

...ination with the omega-3 fatty acids is being researched at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Susan Hyman, of the University of Rochester, is undertaking a study on the lines of Robin Hansen, in which she is evaluating the effect of both gluten and casein on autistic children. These stu...

Green Campaigners Concerned About Yamuna's Shrinking Floodplains

...n its banks. Said Nitya Jacobs, a writer who has researched water issues in India: "Yamuna's floodplains are being converted into malls and residential and commercial establishments like hotels in the name of a mere 10-day-long sporting event called the Commonwealth Games (to be held in India in 2010)." By ...

Our Medieval Ancestors Were More or Less Similar to Us Than Previously Thought

...has revealed. As part of their study, scientists researched 3000 skeletons from the medieval St. Peters Church in Barton upon Humber, North East Lincolnshire, and found that the average height of adult men from the 10th century through to the 19th was 5 feet 7 inches or 170 cms, just 2 inches below todays ave...

Advanced Cancer Treatment Brings New Hope to Michigan Patient

...s', said Elizabeth Newhouse of Ypsilanti, Mich. 'I researched other radiosurgical treatments, but was petrified when the procedures were explained to me along with the stress and discomfort they would cause. I heard about CyberKnife from a friend and was immediately encouraged by the possibility of a virtuall...

Photodynamic Therapy can Scramble the Immune System to Fight Cancer Spread

..., still at an early stage of development and being researched in labs around the world. It uses drugs that are usually harmless but become highly effective at killing cancer cells when exposed to light. Shining light on a tumour after one of these drugs has been injected selectively activates the drug in that a...

Salivary Analysis for Early Detection of Breast Cancer

...Dentistry's (AGD) clinical, peer-reviewed journal, researched a new method of diagnosis. They found that the protein levels in saliva have great potential to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care of breast cancer. And general dentists are perfect candidates to assist with this diagnosis sampl...

Diabetes Linked To Consumption Of Soft Drinks

...er illnesses. Brownell and his team after having researched 88 studies on this topic support a ban on the consumption of these soft drinks. The research team analyzed 91,000 women over a period of 8 years and concluded that there is a clear link between soft drinks and health. It was found that women who d...

Vaccines Effective in Preterm Babies too

...ould have enough immunity, but no one had formally researched the subject," said Carl D'Angio, M.D., associate professor of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and author of a paper on the subject in Pediatrics this month. "I'm happy be able to reassure my colleagues and parents that it is...

Tobacco Companies Obstructed Science

...paigns, ran advertisements in medical journals and researched alternate explanations for lung cancer, such as pollution, asbestos and even the keeping of birds. Denying the case against tobacco was "closed," they called for more research as a tactic to delay regulation. Drawing from his experiences as an expe...

Coffee Addicts With Baby, Take Heart

...tant coffee. "Coffee is one of the most heavily researched commodities in the world today and this adds to the wealth of scientific evidence which suggests that moderate coffee consumption is perfectly safe." ANN...

MS Diagnosed Cop Kept in the Dark

...hat he was informed he had MS. Dimmock says he had researched his symptoms on Internet and was accused of being a ‘cyberchondriac’, when he questioned his doctors many times. Accused of ‘playing God’ and misusing ‘therapeutic privilege’ the hospital has now apologized.Yet the hospital has given no explanation...

Why People are Addicted to Video Games?

...asure based on Self-Determination Theory, a widely researched theory of motivation developed at the University of Rochester. Rather than dissect the actual games, which other researchers have done, the Rochester team looked at the underlying motives and satisfactions that can spark players' interests and susta...

Abstinence from Alcoholism Pays Off, Says New Study

...ain damage caused by the drinks, says a study that researched the brain's capacity to regenerate.// The study by German, British, Swiss and Italian researchers provides evidence that excessive drinking for a long period risks loss of the brain's regeneration capacity, reported science portal EurekAlert. Dur...

Scientists Devise a Novel Way to Organize Stem Cells

...chnique is indeed promising, but still needs to be researched and tested before it can be used on humans....

Now, a Hormone-free Contraceptive Pill for Men

...ertile for some hours.// The tablet, developed by researched at King's College London, can be taken hours before sex and would prevent a man from being able to impregnate a woman. However, his fertility would return to normal within a few hours, reported the online edition of Daily Mail. Contraceptive pills ...

Misled Public Stay Away from Polio Immunisation Drive

... have told a daily: "All our news reports are well researched and authenticated." Villagers were not willing to be convinced even when they were shown copies of letters received from Saudi Arabian health ministry certifying oral polio vaccine as the safest and necessary means to check incidence of the crippli...

Kids Help Other Kids to Protect Their Hearing from Personal Music Devices

...atewide Project Citizen competition, in which they researched the risks of NIHL from personal music players, suggested preventative measures, and then pursued the solutions they determined to be most effective. In their research, the Michigan Seven measured the decibel output of students' personal music playe...

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