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Laboratory Testing Can Identify Risk of Pre-Term Labor and Delivery

...e and found in the choriodecidual junction, fFN is responsible for cellular adhesions. The level of fFN in the woman's cervicovaginal secretions is highly associated with pre-term labor and pre-term delivery. The fFN immunoassay detects concentrations of fetal fibronectin protein in cervicovaginal fluids; the pr...

Poor health care in Russia maybe causing Decline in its Population

...is an important factor of social well-being, and a responsible attitude to one's health, especially among teen-agers, needs to increase," she told a news conference. Russia’s population is already diminishing. It was 148 million three years ago. However currently it has declined by three million to 145 million...

Kissing can cause Kaposi’s Sarcoma in AID

Kisssing may be responsible for a form of the herpes virus that causes an AIDS-related skin cancer called Kaposi’s sarcoma. Kaposi’s sarcoma causes purple skin blotches and can also attack the internal organs. The virus rarely causes sickness among people with normal disease d...

HIV did not arise from polio vaccine

...nated with the virus that became HIV-1, the strain responsible for most of the world's HIV infections. The Wistar Institute has always denied that any chimp cells were used in manufacturing its OPV. But the fact that mainstream researchers believe HIV arose from the related Simian Immunodeficiency virus (SIV) i...

Vitamin Shields Brittle Bones

...a result of decreased levels of estrogen, which is responsible for maintaining the bone density. Dr. Sunil J. Wimalawansa, of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, has shown her study using the animal model that Vitamin E may prevent bone loss after menopause as effectively as estrogen. In this ...

Unravelling the secrets of ‘Huntingtin’ Protein - towards the treatment of ‘Huntingtons’ Disase

... mutated form of the protein 'huntingtin' which is responsible for destroying the brain tissue. Researchers have believed the mutation somehow caused the protein to be toxic. But until now, they have not been able to identify the function of the "normal" huntingtin protein present in people without the disease....

Unravelling the secrets of ‘Huntingtin’ Protein - towards the treatment of Huntingtins’ Disese

... mutated form of the protein 'huntingtin' which is responsible for destroying the brain tissue. Researchers have believed the mutation somehow caused the protein to be toxic. But until now, they have not been able to identify the function of the "normal" huntingtin protein present in people without the disease....

ZYBAN, The smoking cessation drug marked for its adverse reactions

...rs. MCA spokeswoman explained that the main factor responsible for such an increase in the "yellow cards" is the smoking cessation aid Zyban. However, from January to April 2001 Zyban "accounted for 32% of all yellow cards" she added. Over 5000 adverse reactions including 40 deaths relating to Zyban has been re...

TELITHROMYCIN - the proven effective new drug for cap

...ed pressure on those classes ", and this infact is responsible for the resistance strains of this group of bacteria. The efficacy of the drug was assessed by five clinical trials and clinical and biological outcomes was noted. Blood samples were taken before and after the therapy for both aerobic and anaerobic ...

Protective effects of tomatoes in prostate cancer

...which is highly concentrated in tomato products is responsible for the protective effects against cancer.But the epidemiological studies does not actually prove a cause-and-effect between lycopene and reduced cancer risk. In their study , the researchers followed 30 men with localized prostate cancer and admin...

Simple Therapy

...Diabetes are regrowing their own islets, the cells responsible for producing insulin. In addition Denise Faustman and colleagues at the Massachusetts General Hospital have rid the mice of the immune cells that attack the pancreas and the islets in the first place.// Once the mutinous cells were e...

Ear infection- a new treatment

...the ability to inhibit the growth of the pathogens responsible for ear infections can be used successfully and may help reduce the use of antibiotics. Acute Otitis Media is one of the most common bacterial infections in young children, and is often treated// with large amounts of antibiotics. It is caused by th...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...of the obesity secreted by the adipose tissue, the responsible of the acceleration of the process, because it acts as a chemical mediator that sends signs to the central nervous system. Also the early menstruation is usual in those who have a reduced sport activity. This is why a continuous physical activity a...

Humour inherited

...ary siblings - suggesting a shared environment was responsible for making brothers and sisters laugh at the same things. "It's a surprise because most personality traits have genetic components," says Spector. "This implies that there's a lot of cultural influence on humour.""This is interesting because twin st...

The tall gene

...h sexes. Oestrogen influences height because it is responsible for bones fusing over at the ends, which stops people growing. A person's height depends on both genetic and environmental influences. Previous studies have identified the aromatase gene and the Y chromosome gene as height genes in men who are very...

Gene therapy restores sight

...tment. The disease involves a defect in the genes responsible for the retina's ability to translate light into nerve impulses.// In humans, LCA causes severe rapid onset of blindness, a process which begins before birth so infants are born partially blind. Bennett's team injected the eyeballs of dogs born with...

E. coli strains resistant to a common antibiotic

...nd that a single, genetically identical strain was responsible for outbreaks of urinary tract infections among women in California, Michigan and Minnesota. Because the germs are exactly the same, investigators assume they came from the same source, and the most likely such source is food. The research, conduc...

Renal problem alleviated

...entists were able to lower the levels of molecules responsible for the oxidative stress. “This study shows how free radicals and nitric oxide interact to produce oxidative stress and help cause these neurological dysfunctions,” said Dr Nick Vaziri, head of the research. “It also may provide a way to treat these ...

Heart disease correlation to periodontal disease

...hers.Previous research has suggested that bacteria responsible for oral infections could cause the liver to release increased levels of C-reactive protein and other inflammatory agents associated with cardiovascular disease, but a definite link between the two has not been established. A research team led by Dr...

Heat therapy relieves back pain

...in called internal disk disruption (IDD), which is responsible for 40 per cent of cases. This condition is caused by shrinkage of the 'buffer' tissue between the disks, which usually happens increasingly with age. It leads to the growth of new tissue full of pain receptors and to irritation of the spinal nerves....

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