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Patients With Filariasis More Prone To HIV Infection

... Maryland, ‘Studies suggest that immune activation resulting from the high prevalence of helminth infection in the developing world may contribute to rapid spread and progression of HIV infection in these areas’. The study found increased HIV replication in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from filarial inf...

The flip side of AIDS cocktails – HAART regime damages live

... to more than five times the upper limit of normal resulting in severe liver toxicity. The drug cocktails have however clearly improved the condition of the patient in terms of controlling the HIV disease but the side effects on liver forced many to stop treatment. Dr. Chung said the next step would be to se...

Hostility can hurt your heart

...mpathetic nervous system that is always turned on, resulting in higher levels of homocysteine in the blood....

Tea Tales

...y and an increased amount of them can damage cells resulting in heart diseases, cancer, cholestrol and BP.Polyphenols can stop the damage that free radicals do to cells, neutralise enzymes essential for tumour growth and de-activate cancer promoters. A cup of tea supplies around 200 gms of flavanoids. The...

A new growth factor identified

...ated in the pathogenesis of some ovarian disorders resulting in infertility, such as the polycystic ovary syndrome and an inhibitor of EG-VEGF may have therapeutic value in this condition. He also added that the discovery also raises the possibility that other growth factors exist that act on specific tissues...

Stress can make you overweight

...can fuel the urge to snack at the wrong times. The resulting weight gain often piles up around the abdomen, which boosts the risk of heart disease and stroke.This applies to both sexes.// One doctor states, that people may be able to avoid the hazards of weight gain in midlife by learning when the body is vul...

Relating heart protection and antihypertensive drugs

...gainst stroke than against myocardial infarction – resulting in an overall cardiovascular benefit similar to that of old classes of antihypertensive drugs. The authors concluded that, although calcium-channel blockers were effective in stroke prevention, they did not find that converting-enzyme inhibitors or a...

Pregnant smokers could harm their child

...children go on to smoke. Dr Cornelius said: "The resulting central nervous system damage may later be expressed as impulsivity, inattention, aggression, depression, and/or anxiety and may create a vulnerability in the child that could contribute to poorer adjustment and a greater likelihood of early initiati...

Stem cell transplantation of eye

...ditions such as chemical burns, damages the limbus resulting in limbal stem cell deficiency characterised by corneal blindness. The advantages of this procedure were use of patient's own tissue from the healthy eye to treat the diseased one avoiding the risk rejection, which is generally the case with cadave...

Deprived sleep leads to ageing

... that the metabolic and endocrine hormonal changes resulting from a signficant slep debt mimic many of the hallmarks of ageing.''// The Chicago team tested the effect of different amounts of sleep on 14 young men. The participants were allowed eight hours per night for the first three nights of the study. On...

High-protein diets may pose health risks

...on associated with low blood levels of insulin and resulting when the body is deprived of dietary carbohydrates. Sustained ketosis also causes a loss of appetite, which may lead to lower total calorie intake.Some popular high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets limit carbohydrates to 10-20 g per day, which is one ...

Cooling decreases heart attack effects

...ature by just a few degrees minimises brain damage resulting from a cardiac arrest.When the heart suddenly stops - cardiac arrest - there's a great danger that the brain will be starved of oxygen. //Even if the person survives, they run the risk of permanent brain damage. It's been suggested that perhaps cooli...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

... there is good reason to expect that modifications resulting from this feedback will help us to progress to the next stage of the application process. The regulatory review will be a multi-stage process. There now will be a period of several weeks during which we will interact with CBER to clarify and come to ...

Obesity increases health costs

...g a close second. For a more precise look at the resulting costs, Rand Corp. economist Roland Sturm used data from two national health surveys to estimate inpatient and outpatient health services by different groups of people. Tobacco may have a higher death toll, largely because lung cancer can kill more qu...

Scientists found ancient Human Germ Killer

... the extra letters weren't there and patterned the resulting substance after the monkey RTD-1. These techniques allowed them not only to assemble the chain-like molecule but also to bend it into a circle, then ``fold'' the circle. Cole said he believes the result is identical to the ancestral human defensin, ...

The route to fertilization

...itement for a cascade of chemical events gradually resulting in the development of an embryo.He says,it begins with the build-up of nitric oxide gas inside the sperm.// The research is based on the sex lives of male and female sea urchins - spiny, purple invertebrates found in the Pacific Ocean just a few ya...

Failure of Drug-Coated Stent

...open in the majority of a small group of patients, resulting in heart attacks in 3 cases. In angioplasty, a balloon-tipped catheter is threaded into a blocked artery and inflated, flattening fatty plaques against the artery wall. More than half of arteries cleared in this way eventually become blocked or narr...

Meningitis C vaccine a cost-effective success

...meningitis C affected approximately 1,190 children resulting in at least 88 deaths each year. The researchers s...gitis C and 666 deaths over the cohort’s lifetime, resulting in almost 23,000 discounted life years saved. That saving would avoid costs of about £29 million in ...

Tea can prevent aging

...y and an increased amount of them can damage cells resulting in heart diseases, cancer, cholestrol and BP.Polyphenols can stop the damage that free radicals do to cells, neutralise enzymes essential for tumour growth and de-activate cancer promoters. A cup of tea supplies around 200 gms of flavanoids. The...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

... to carefully examine the complete identity of the resulting cell types." "Practically speaking, what these findings do is send those researchers who have claimed great multipotentiality for adult stem cells back to the lab, to test whether the 'transdifferentiation' they have observed is actually due to cell...

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