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Cancers of Colon & Rectum linked to Cigarette Smoking

... authors note. The risk of colon cancer death also rose with increasing number of cigarettes smoked daily, younger age when smoking started, and total number of packs smoked over the years....

When Celebrities Die

.... And during the month after her funeral, suicides rose by nearly 20%. The authors believe Diana's death added to existing feelings of sadness and distress in these people. For them, this public tragedy was a final, private burden that pushed some of them over the edge. Now, medical research from G...

Hypertensive Drug Improves Sexual Dysfunction in Hypertensive Men

...n and found that their overall sexual satisfaction rose from about 7.3% before losartan therapy to 58.5 % after losartan treatment. It was also reported that the sexual activity atleast once a week increased from 40.5 % to 62.3%. The investigators said "these results seem to be limited to the effect of ...

Blood clots likely in long travel

...te of 0.01 cases of embolism per million. The rate rose to 1.5 cases per million for those travelling more than 5000km. Dr Baker was recently involved in designing a study to be conducted by the Australasian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis and aviation medicine experts at Griffith University, whic...

Long travel increase pulmonary embolism

...e travelling more than 10,000 kilometres, the risk rose to 4.8 cases per million. The message is, if you're going on a really long flight, take medical advice on the potential risks of PE....

Vitamin B for Hepatitis

... 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 the liver.// Investigators conducted a trial in this patient and two others with HBV infection to investigate the rel...

Miscarriage linked to late embryos

...antation occurred by the ninth day, but the figure rose to 26 per cent when implantation occurred on the 10th day, 52 per cent on the 11th day and 82 per cent thereafter.The researchers found no association between late implantation and clinical miscarriages that occurred later in pregnancy....

Red Wine Helps Fight Heart disease

... extracts from 23 red wines, four white wines, one rose and one type of red grape juice. Researchers found... amount of polyphenols in the wines. The white and rose wines -- which contain little or none of the pigment -- had no effect on endothelin-1 levels. Red gr...

New technique to diagnose heart disease

...curate in diagnosis of heart disease. The accuracy rose to 70 per cent when it came to looking at three-vessel or left main artery disease. What is more, the MRI technique was 80 per cent accurate in ruling out any form of heart disease and 100 per cent accurate in eliminating three-vessel or left main ar...

Older Men Surviving Coronary Bypasses

... percentage of operations performed on men over 65 rose from 2 percent to 30 percent, while it increased from 16 percent to 45 percent in women older than 65. Pell found that the risk of death in the two years following surgery fell by 37 percent among men 65 and older. The decrease found in women in th...

Liver transplant oversight urged

...nts, which were first performed in the late 1980s, rose to 500 last year. About 90 percent of livers still come from dead donors. According to doctors, the survival rate of recipients is close to 80 percent for both procedures. Trotter and his colleagues said more live transplants could shorten waiting l...

High Altitude ‘Speeds up ageing process

...iandrosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate) rose more slowly during puberty in women living at high altitudes. These steroid hormones are produced by the adrenal gland occur naturally in the bloodstream and brain tissue of all healthy individuals. They are important for physical and mental wellbei...

Decrease of 'Hunger Hormone' after Obesity Surgery

...h they had a 30% weight loss. Hormone levels also rose sharply before meals and declined after eating among obese dieters and normal-weight adults but remained steady in individuals who had surgery. Dr. Jeffrey S. Flier from Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts notes that research into whether these d...

Self control makes stress response easy

...e. The blood pressure and resistance to blood flow rose less in the group that believed they had control. In reality, the frequency of noise bursts was the same for both groups - but the illusion of control seemed to be important. The researchers caution that it's not yet clear how to relate this small ...

Women who quit smoking during pregnancy tend to relapse

...ound that the percentage of women who quit smoking rose from 37% to 46% during pregnancy. However, more than half of those were unable to remain ex-smokers six months after giving birth.// The study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine suggested that the results varied among groups. W...

Estrogen Patch is Safer than Pills for Heart

...men took a placebo or used the estrogen patch, but rose when they took estrogen in the pill form....

Less exercise cause obesity in teens

... that the obesity increased by 10%, calorie intake rose 1%, while physical activity dropped 13%. Even though experts accept teens have become less active, they doesn't completely agree teens have not been overeating. The study indicated that teens ate// an average of 2,290 calories a day over the 20 years...

Tea Pill Lowers Cholesterol

...ol levels. Levels of HDL, or the good cholesterol, rose about 2 percent, as did triglyceride levels. The cholesterol measures did not change in those taking the placebo pill. The tea pill was well tolerated in the participants. Researchers say these findings indicate a role for tea in lowering cholestero...

Common Plant Triggers Asthma

...en. They found, at times, the emergency admissions rose but did not reach epidemic levels. They also found heavy rains tended to lessen the amount of circulating pollen. Researchers note in the last two weeks of May 1996 and the first two weeks of June 1998, there were dramatic surges in emergency admissi...

Teens break bones 'due to lack of milk'

...increase" was of "some concern". The fracture rate rose to 469 per 100,000 young people in 1999-2001. Most fractures occur around the time of the growth spurt during puberty and specialists have suggested that this could be because the bones become more porous when they are growing fast. That, though, do...

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