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Low Cholesterol Linked to Severe Depression and Violent Behavior in Men

...auses unrelated to cardiovascular system. Another researcher added that, "A lot of them seemed to be smashing their cars into bridges and doing all sorts of impulsive and violent things." It is possible that cholesterol may be causing a fall in serotonin levels in the brain leading to depression or aggressive...

Antibiotics Helps Autism

...gly the study was done after the autistic son of a researcher was treated with antibiotics for an ear problem and showed improvement of his symptoms. Researchers at present are not sure why the therapy works, they hypothesize that it may be that the symptoms of autism are caused by a neurotoxin-producing bacter...

Researchers urge caution in using ear tube surgery

...iversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and lead researcher of the study, which appears in the New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers assessed speech, language and cognitive and psychological development in children at age 3 who had experienced persistent fluid in the ears during infancy and very early...

Hemopurifier may revolutionise AIDS treatment

...his year. Richard Tullis, Aethlon's chief project researcher said the HIV-Hemopurifier method is based on kidney dialysis.In essence, the system filters out AIDS virus in much the same way a water filtration system removes lead and other impurities from drinking water. In the Hemopurifier case, Tullis removed ...

The World Bank funds private Hospital in India

...nture will improve India's health. Kasturi Sen, a researcher in Cambridge University's department of public health, said: "This project is ill considered. It is intended for profiteering and has nothing to do with health. The hospital will cater for a super rich transnational population who will come to Indian...

Vitamin E, the latest warrior against diabetes

...as, South Western Medical Centre in Dallas, a lead researcher in the study says the results are very encouraging. Though diabetes dose not have an established cure as yet, the emphasis is on controling the disease so as to lessen the chances of developing complications of the spreaded disease. Vitamin E appea...

Dark skin protects

An Australian researcher suggests dark skin could be better than white at fending off fungi and bacteria. A paper by Sydney-based biologist James Mackintosh says it could explain why dark skin evolved in humans and animals living in tropical environments. A popular theory o...

Ecstasy shrinks brain!!-researchers unveil the secrets of MDMA.

...rease the volume of the brain. Gaylord Ellison, a researcher with almost 40 years experience studying the neurotoxic effects of amphetamines said that ecstasy degenerates the axons in several areas of the brain. Dr. Joseph Frascella of NIDA's Division of Treatment Research and Development said that,"The messa...

The feel of pain

...s well as other mood changes, said the team's head researcher Dr Alexander Ploghaus. And unfortunately the anxious feelings can make the painful sensations that follow feel worse. But the new research might help in the screening of anti-pain medications for such people. If the anticipation part of the pain res...

Painter's problem

...ctive system where the sperms are developed," lead researcher Dr. Nicola Cherry, professor of public health sciences at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, told United Press International. "In this study we could only nail as culprits the organic solvents used in painting and in printing." The auth...

Drugs disrupt formation of blood vessels

...ding on the stage of cancer targeted. // Senior researcher Dr Douglas Hanahan, professor of biochemistry at the University of California in San Francisco, USA, said: " We've shown that these drugs have beneficial effects when used to treat mice developing organ-specific cancer ". The work on mice is signific...

Cannabis for pain

...ould be studied for future clinical use, a medical researcher has told a conference in Glasgow.Dr William Notcutt of the James Paget Hospital in Great Yarmouth, England, said the cannabis extract used in his study - applied as a spray under the tongue - was remarkably effective in easing chronic pain. He announ...

Vitamin B for Hepatitis

...the blood or body fluids of an infected person. A researcher decided to test thiamine for HBV after a very bright and aware patient observed that his aminotransferase levels rose and fell depending on whether he was taking the vitamin. High levels of aminotransferase enzymes indicate more active infection of t...

E. coli strains resistant to a common antibiotic

...02 cases. "We were really, really surprised," said researcher Amee R. Manges at Berkeley. "When we looked at these organisms from these various different women, many of them turned out to be the same. We weren't anticipating that." The researchers looked specifically at infections caused by E. coli strains r...

All the more bad

...aoxonase levels began to return to normal.// Head researcher Dr Richard Gestner, from Munich University Hospital, said: "Within two years of smoking cessation, paraoxonase concentration and activity in former smokers is comparable to individuals who have never smoked." Cigarette smoke is known to contain mole...

Short stature -a problem

...heir conduct and relations with other people. Lead researcher Dr Derick Beens, professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the University of North Dakota, said: "We believe this work demonstrates that all very short children need to be evaluated thoroughly by psychologists as well as by paediatricians and endocri...

Photographs for Diagnosis

...he retina are the same as any in the brain, " says researcher Larry Hubbard. The team photographed the retinas of 10 358 people and monitored their health for three years. They found that people with 'blots' or narrowing of tiny blood vessels on the retina were two and a half times more likely to suffer a str...

Contraceptives decreases Libido

...love, pyridine, citrus and ammonia. Dr Claire lead researcher said: "Our data seem to show that iatrogenic steroids - such as those contained in oral contraceptives - may affect changes in smell sensitivity. "Biologically, odours probably influence reproductive processes in humans and perhaps the notion of conc...

Contraceptives have dual effects

...contraceptive between the mid-1970s and 1980s.Lead researcher Dr Carline , from the Institute of Pharmacological Research in Milan, Italy, said: "For a while now we have suspected oestrogen in the Pill could protect against bowel cancer and our research has gone some way to confirm this. "Mortality rates for fe...

Deep Sleep Doesn't Increase Memory

...udy to be released Friday by a San Fernando Valley researcher that finds a good night's sleep does not increase ...tion,'' said the study's author, Jerome M. Siegel, researcher at the Center for Sleep Research, Department of Veterans Affairs in suburban North Hills, and the De...

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