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Why cluster headaches?

...ue to abnormalities in the brain.The finding could revolutionise approaches to all primary headaches, which had not been thought to be caused by factors in the physical structure of the brain. But using a new scanning technique, doctors have established that cluster headaches are likely to be caused by excessive g...

Why a headache?

...e side where the headache occurs.The finding could revolutionise approaches to all primary headaches, which had not been thought to be caused by factors in the physical structure of the brain, he said....

Fasting, Feasting Your Way To Health

...ncestors did. The remarkable finding, which could revolutionise conventional wisdom about nutrition and dieting, is the result of research by Dr. Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at the National Institute on Ageing here. For several years Mattson has been fiddling with the feeding schedules of rats in his laborato...

Xenotransplantation “breakthrough”

...plantation is now a reality, with the potential to revolutionise the transplant industry.” Dr Philip Dyer, President Elect of the British Transplantation Society, said, “Alpha galactosyl knockout pigs have been made before, what's new is that [PPL have] cloned them, which makes [production] easier.” He said, “Of ...

Hollywood Actress Hunter criticises Hatcher for weight loss.

...ncestors did. The remarkable finding, which could revolutionise conventional wisdom about nutrition and dieting, is the result of research by Dr. Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at the National Institute on Ageing here. He found that when the animals were made to fast for a day and allowed to eat as much as they w...

Computers Can Teach Patients About Screening for Cancer

...o hold on to technological advancements belived to revolutionise health care delivery. One such has been the adoption of computers to improve the quality and effectiveness of care in a cost effective way//. It has now been proved with authencity that even pateints with minimal education and no computer skills ca...

Stem cells Can Generate Organs In Labs

... who are able to solve this mystery will instantly revolutionise medical treatment. The current research is one step towards this path. Emmanuel Baetge of CyThera Inc., in San Diego, and colleagues report their findings in the December issue of Nature Biotechnology. They report to have figured out a key piece o...

First Beating Heart Transplant In UK

...claims that it was an exciting experience and will revolutionise the future heart transplant surgery and places hope in other transplants also. Chris Rudge, managing and transplant director of UK Transplant says that organs to be transplanted should be in good quality and more donors are in need to get a donar c...

Military College to Set Up Stem Cell Research Centre

... a futuristic treatment in medicine, is all set to revolutionise and replace drug-based treatment as stem cells have the potential to form parts of the human body. It is absolutely achievable," he added. Source-IANS...

India, China Trying to Fight Disease With Nanotechnology

...oratory into the clinic. "Nanotechnologies could revolutionise health care in developing countries and make treatments more readily available for diseases that claim millions of lives around the world each year." said Alliance Director Piotr Grodzinski. Nanomaterials and nanomedical devices, he added, "will pl...

Pump Design Could Give Heart Patients New Hope

...land University of Technology has the potential to revolutionise future designs of the mechanical heart. // Lead researcher Associate Professor Andy Tan said the heart pump's innovative design was based on a double-output centrifugal model that pushed the blood in a counter direction to ensure correct flow throug...

India's Pharmaceutical Industry to Be Global Player: Study

...Centre for Global Health in Toronto. India could revolutionise biotechnology on the basis of its large and increasingly well-educated workforce, just as it did information technology, Singer believes. The costs are considerably lower for companies operating in India, the study published in the April 9 issue of...

New Drug for Rheumatoid Arthritis Looks Promising.

...called tumour necrosis factor, or TNF, have helped revolutionise treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, but up to 40 percent of patients do not get an adequate response. TNF blockers can also have significant side effects, including serious infections, tuberculosis and increased cancer risk. "If active disease preva...

Nutrient-rich Dairy Beverages an Emerging Market

...ive ingredients in carbonated beverage forms could revolutionise the existing beverage market. The key to successfully marketing these products is excellent product delivery and customised packaging system (e.g. single serve shots) to maintain the freshness and naturalness. The key challenges therefore would be ...

Genes That Produce 'skimmed Milk' in Cows Identified

... discovery of these rogue milkers could completely revolutionise the dairy industry. Ed Komorowski, technical director at Dairy UK says that the New Zealand approach could be used to breed cows that still produce full-fat milk but with only the good fats, which could swing things back in favour of full-fat milk. I...

Genome of Botulism Bacterium Revealed

...C. botulinum. The availability of this tool should revolutionise functional genomic studies in clostridia." This remarkable, stable genome demonstrates the wide range of strategies used by bacteria to enhance their chances of survival. For the Clostridia, these range from the approach used by C. difficile - long...

Smart Pill for Non-invasive Diagnoses of Stomach Problems

...l, and the researchers believe that they will soon revolutionise the way doctors diagnose the condition of a patients stomach....

British Scientists Develop Artificial Skin

...at can be an alternative to painful skin graft and revolutionise the treatment of burns victims. The artificial skin, currently only known only as ICX-SKN could also be used to help healing the wounds of many other patients, including those who have had cancerous growths cut out. Scientists have transplanted...

Human Pain-controlling Molecule's Structure Identified

...e the Holy Grail of rational drug design and could revolutionise the way we manage chronic pain conditions like back pain and migraine," he added....

Scientists Revealed the Key Molecule That Controls Pain

...e the Holy Grail of rational drug design and could revolutionise the way we manage chronic pain conditions like back pain and migraine....

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