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When Celebrities Die

...cides. Now, medical research from Great Britain reveals a surprising side effect of our "celebrity connect...e. Now, medical research from Great Britain reveals a surprising side effect of our "celebrity connection." The researchers say women are more prone t...

Asthma! A new warning for heart disease

...ortality among patients with asthma, the new study reveals that the connection - and the risks - appear to be...ortality among patients with asthma, the new study reveals that the connection - and the risks - appear to be there even for nonsmokers. This particular resea...

Obesity a risk for pancreatic cancer

A new study reveals that obesity raises the risk of pancreatic cancer, but this can be modified by exercise.Only one person in 20 can expect to live for more than five years after pancreatic cancer has been diagnosed and little has been known about how to prevent it (al...

Eating disorders are hereditary

A research done in the University of Pittsburgh reveals that heredity has a central role in the trigger of bulimia and eating disorders. Michael Strober, supervisor of the research explains that "the genetic influences play an important role in determining the susceptibility to get the illness". During ...

Air pollution affects the heart

...new study by researchers at Harvard University now reveals that the adverse effects of pollution may affect everyone and not only older people.// They studied the impact of particles called PM2.5s - with diameters less than 2.5 micrometres - on a group of apparently healthy boiler makers. This group of men ...

Recouping blood flow after a stroke

...ment in many cases. Now a study in laboratory rats reveals that the blood supply of the brain can respond to stroke damage. Researchers at the Harvard University School of Medicine in the US simulated a minor stroke in a group of rats, by constricting the blood vessels in their brains.// When the brain tis...

Genetics and cholesterol levels

According to a twin study reveals that cholesterol levels are controlled by both gen..., who share only some of the same genes. The study reveals that both genes and diet are important in determining cholesterol level. Those whose genes work agai...

The cocaine danger

... to cause damage to arteries - but now a new study reveals that it can force the body to attack itself.New Scientist reports this week that the number of people admitted to US hospitals with cocaine related emergencies has jumped from around 80,000 in 1990 to nearly double that two years ago.// Working on r...

Drug abuse leads to long standing changes in the brain

... more.// A second study by the same research group reveals additional long-lasting brain changes caused by the drug, including an unexpected increase in cellular activity in certain areas of the brain. "These findings show a direct relationship between changes in brain chemistry in methamphetamine abusers ...

Aspirin reduces deaths

...s at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in the US now reveals that aspirin reduces deaths from all causes in heart patients.// The researchers followed up over 6,000 patients referred to the Clinic with heart problems between 1990 and 1998. Of these, 37 per cent were prescribed aspirin. Over the following year...

Complementary and Alternative medicine

...reased in popularity since the 1960s. A new survey reveals that complementary and alternative medicine has always been popular, although the type of therapies used has changed over the years. // The greatest increase in popularity was in the transition from the 1960s to the 1970s. Seven out of ten of tho...

Sequencing of the Plague

... that help cause human disease. The sequence also reveals new surface molecules, which might provide new ways to attack plague. But "this genome displays unusual fluidity," comment Stewart Cole and Carmen Buchreiser in the magazine Nature, where the genome is published. Numerous Yersinia genes have been cop...

Fish for the lungs

...ecent study from the Imperial Cancer Research Fund reveals that four food products - tomato sauce, carrots, multi-vitamin pills, and fish oil supplements - were associated with a significantly lower risk of lung cancer in smokers. High intake of vitamin A appeared to be associated with a raised risk of the d...

An effective way to treat angina

...tudy on EECP, carried out by researchers in Japan, reveals that three out of four known blood vessel growth factors have their levels raised during EECP. Eleven individuals with angina, average age 60, took part and reported reduced chest pain alongside the increase in growth factors. EECP is non-invasive an...

Bupropion relieves nerve pain

A new survey reveals that Bupropion is an effective treatment for neuropathic pain (nerve pain).Neuropathic pain or nerve pain is commonly treated with tricyclic antidepressants(TCAs) But these drugs have side effects and don't always relieve the burning, stabbing and ...

Borderline blood pressure- possible health risk

...l - 120/80 or low blood pressure. An ongoing study reveals that borderline blood pressure also increases the risk of non-fatal cardiovascular events. The researchers, Boston University, studied nearly men and women, dividing them into three groups on the basis of blood pressure: borderline and optimal, a...

Antidepressants-important role

...a new study by researchers at Cleavland University reveals that there is little difference between three SSRIs - paroxetine, fluoxetine and sertraline. The study covered nearly 300 patients who took one of the three drugs. More than two thirds of the participants recovered from their depression during nine...

Variation in breast cancer

.../ An independent researcher based in Chicago, USA, reveals that dietary differences might explain the geographical variation in breast cancer. Rates are high where the proportion of daily calories from animal products are high. And where vegetable products contribute relatively more to the diet, the rates of...

Postpone intercourse after childbirth

...ize their lives. A study of two women in Yorkshire reveals that their death occured because they indulged in sexual intercourse too soon after delivery. Researchers said they were ill fated due to air embolisms, traveling to the heart and brain.The blood vessels in a woman's// pelvic area expanded during pr...

Fish Oil Fights Arrhythmias, Sudden Death

...tentially fatal blood clotting. The new analysis reveals that the lower mortality rate for the n-3 PUFA patients, compared with patients who got a placebo, resulted largely from a 55% reduction in sudden cardiac deaths at 4 months follow-up. The analysis also shows that the lifesaving benefit of n-3 PUFA i...

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