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

...ames rest for some time. Poor machines they are so stressed out!!!!!!!!...

IMA wants members not to do sex determination tests during pregnancy

...ecade. Ms. Sabitha Naqvi, from UNICEF, New Delhi, stressed the importance of roping celebrities and film personalities into the anti-foeticide campaign. Mrs. Latha Rajanikanth, correspondent, Ashram School, Chennai, lighted a traditional lamp to mark the inauguration. Dr. Sheela Ramani, treasurer, IMA, Tamba...

Healthcare sector is now a multi billion-dollar industry in India

...beds, low density of doctors per person, the study stressed on the need to reorient healthcare strategy and strengthen linkages between government and private sector participants....

Avoid stress to have strong babies

...They found pregnant women who were more anxious or stressed had "significantly abnormal patterns of blood flow through the uterine arteries". The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, suggest that "the psychological state of the mother may affect foetal development and therefore birth weight".//...

More People Seeking Treatment for Depression

... poorly treated in the US. In fact, a recent study stressed that as many as 8 million Americans with serious mental illness fail to receive adequate treatment. Americans have no qualms about seeking treatment for depression. It's just that they're turning more to medication than to psychotherapy. A new stud...

Blood test diagnoses heart failure in short time

...hat a $22 test that measures a protein released by stressed heart muscle can quickly sort out whose bad breathing is caused by heart failure, which occurs when the heart cannot pump forcefully enough. The test, called Triage, is already used by about 500 U.S. hospitals. It measures levels of a protein called ...

Gene glitches connecting pot with Schizophrenia

...ics are far more active than they should be. Ujike stressed there is no evidence yet these genetic abnormalities can affect how the marijuana receptor actually acts in the brain....

Severe stress weakens immunity

...ionnaires they were given. Tests showed that the stressed parents had a blunted cortisol response to inflammation. This could put them at risk of a whole range of diseases where inflammation is involved - from heart disease to allergy....

New FDA regulations puts some cough syrups off market

...prescription cough syrup in trouble. Until now FDA stressed that the expectorant, extended-release guaifenesin, is not dangerous. However, the recent crackdown lead to the FDA formally approving sale of Adams// Laboratories' Mucinex, making competing companies' unapproved versions automatically illegal. The F...

Study reveals how stress can make you sick

...nterleukin-6 sharply increased in the blood of the stressed caregivers compared with blood of the others in the test. Previous studies have associated IL-6 with several diseases,// including heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, type-2 diabetes and certain cancers. The study also found the increase in IL-6...

Study reveals how stress can make you sick

...nterleukin-6 sharply increased in the blood of the stressed caregivers compared with blood of the others in the test. //Previous studies have associated IL-6 with several diseases, including heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, type-2 diabetes and certain cancers. The study also found the increase in IL-6...

Painkillers may protect against Alzheimer's disease

...hat afflicts millions of people worldwide. Etminan stressed that although the results are encouraging and could provide clues for the development of new drugs for Alzheimer's disease, people should not take an NSAID to prevent the illness because more research is needed....

Antidepressants May Benefit Heart Patients

...ients without depression--although the researchers stressed that more study is needed before anyone jumps to that conclusion. But SSRIs do not carry the same risk. The action that makes them work on brain cells also affects platelets-blood cells that help form clots....

Drug Users and Risk of Death

...ing injection drug-use should stand, but should be stressed even greater to older injecting drug-users. Researchers also say particular attention should be paid to modifiable risk factors such as incarceration, living or injecting alone and risk perception. They point out, “Life years lost from drug-related d...

Poor Preventive Measures Taken By Diabetics

...circulation and blood vessel problems. Researchers stressed continued negligence by diabetics increases their risk for vascular disease including retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, coronary heart disease, stroke, and lower extremity amputations. Researchers sampled nearly 1,700 adults, ages 20 years or ol...

Diabetics Should Adopt Better Preventive Measures

...culation and blood vessel problems. // Researchers stressed continued negligence by diabetics increases their risk for vascular disease including retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, coronary heart disease, stroke, and lower extremity amputations. Researchers sampled nearly 1,700 adults, ages 20 years or ol...

Water borne diseases, need caution

...rts attending the workshop on 'water microbiology' stressed the need to regularly test water sources and confirm their purity, as water supplies were contaminated with sewage as well as human and animal excreta. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr C V Raghuveer, dean of Kasturba Medical College here on Satur...

Herbal remedies can have harmful interaction when taken with drugs for rheumatic arthritis

... medication taken simultaneously. Scientists have stressed the fact that the patients should be encouraged by the physicians to disclose all the details regarding alternate forms of medication taken so as to minimize the detrimental effects of the alternate therapy....

Stress and mood fatigue may affect the diet in pregnancy

...nts out that women who are more often exhausted or stressed tend to eat more of one kind of foods, like carbohydrates etc. The researchers had looked into 134 women who had low risk normal pregnancies. Some of the factors whose effects were noted during the study were anxiety, stress, exhaustion, mood fluctua...

Healthy Feeding Guidelines for Children Ages 0 to 24 Months Issued

...he growing problem of childhood obesity. They also stressed the importance of better tools for communicating about the importance of healthy eating habits in early childhood. The issued guidelines will complement and not replace similar guidelines that are available from early-feeding recommendations from th...

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