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Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...ial aspects of day-to-day life. Let the television sets and video games rest for some time. Poor machines they are so stressed out!!!!!!!!...

The World Bank funds private Hospital in India

...bai, India, a move which some health agencies fear sets a precedent for using development assistance for projects that will mainly benefit the rich. The bank has given the government of Maharashtra state an International Development Association loan of $134m (89m), of which 5% will be used to build the p...

Risk of Cancer can be reduced to 40% with a High Fiber Diet

...le from nine countries, who were divided into five sets according to their consumption of fiber and presented at an International Conference in France. This study showed that fiber was particularly important in reducing cancer of the colon and rectum. Medical experts believe up to 30% of all cancers i...

Human gene number increases

...ion in San Diego, California compared the two gene sets and found that they overlap only by about half.// The researchers detect the activity of some of the genes in human tissues confirming that both groups predicted real genes. If the rest of the mooted genes are genuine, an estimate of 42,000 or more ...

The alarm clock in you

...cotropin (ACTH) and cortisol - in the blood of two sets of people as they slept. Previous research has shown that people's bodies have their own rhythms which can help them wake at regular times each day, but - says Professor Born - this is the first real evidence of an internal "mechanism which quickly a...

ZYDUS enters female health care segment

...ng the menopausal period in a woman, which usually sets in between 45 to 55 years. In India, PMO affects at least one out of every three menopausal women. It is aptly termed a ‘silent killer,’ as 30 per cent of bone mass is already lost by the time it is detected. If not prevented osteoporosis leads to fr...

Exposure to EMF may cause leukemia

... to be deposited in the lungs when inhaled. ICNIRP sets international guidelines for protection against the electromagnetic fields associated with the transmission, generation and use of electricity.The new study is published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives....

High vitamin A increases risk of hip fractures

...of Medicine -- a private science organization that sets the nation's recommended daily allowances for nutrients -- recommends that women get 700 micrograms a day of the vitamin. But multivitamins typically contain about 1,500 micrograms because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not updated vitamin...

Fossil teeth and human development

...f the extended growth and development pattern that sets human beings apart from their primate ancestors, according to an article in the issue of Nature.// Based on the analysis of the fossil teeth, researchers from University College, London and Penn State University determined that the relatively long 1...

Breakthrough in eye treatment

...f baby boomers and seniors are now using different sets of glasses to see and read far away or close up. Till now, the only alternative to glasses and contact lens, was laser surgery. Researchers at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, felt that this was a breakthrough - because it was a non-laser treatment for peop...

Pregnancy shouldn't be dissuaded in older age

...first. Of the 46 deliveries, 28 single babies, 13 sets of twins, and two sets of triplets were delivered. All multiples and 62% of single babies were delivered by cesarean.Resear...

Marijuana 'gateway' theory strengthened by study of twins

A new study of 311 sets of same-sex twins in which only one twin had smoke...t can lead to harder drugs. The study included 136 sets of identical twins who shared the same genetic makeup and all the participants were 30 years of age,...

Alcoholism Influenced By Both Genetics & Family Environment

...earchers conducted telephone interviews with 1,213 sets of male-male twins, average age 50.// The researchers’ goal was to better understand the hereditary and environmental effects on developing alcoholism -- not by studying the twins themselves, but by interviewing the twins’ children (ages 12 to 26) an...

Two Sessions Of Exercise A Week Could Help Elderly Patients

...ing routine into their lifestyle by just doing few sets of exercise each week . Specialists encourage a minimum of one set of eight to 12 repetitions, two to three nonconsecutive days per week. People 50 to 60 years old who are just beginning a strength-training program, as well as frail individuals, sho...

Depressed Mothers Found To Influence Their Child’s Behavio

After examining 1,116 sets of twins and their mothers to see if there was a link between maternal depression during the children's first five years // of life and children's antisocial behavior by age 7 , researchers say children of depressed mothers were found to have increas...

Early rising from sleep can run in families

... The circadian clock is a cellular mechanism that sets various rhythmic activities inside the organisms. Genetic research had unveiled many of the components that make up the circadian clock and research had proved that each of these components might have evolved independently to set up the unique circad...

Diuretics are better for treating blood pressure problems than newer medicines

...on. ALLHAT is considered one of the most important sets of trials conducted for hypertension by researchers of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Us and a few more centers. The trials were conducted in a cross-cultural milieu involving afro-Americans and other people. The study was done to test t...

Research unearths how caffeine prevents us from sleeping

... impulses to the brain cells to shutdown and sleep sets in. Caffeine, present in the tea or coffee we drink, stops the secretion of adenosine and people remain to stay awake. Increased neural activity cause the adenosine to slow down the functions of the arousal centers of the brain. These arousal center...

Sleep cycles may be related to metabolism

... The circadian clock is a cellular mechanism that sets various rhythmic activities inside the organisms. It is this clock that sets the rhythm of sleep and wake patterns in all animals. In earlier studies, scientists had been able...

New clues about immune system from leprosy microbes

...first bacteria was attacked and killed by both the sets of immune cells that formed as soon as the bacteria was detected by the immune cells. For the stronger form of leprosy bacteria, monocytes had not been able to produce key anti-bacterial fighters or the antigen-presenting dendritic cells. The study...

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