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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...that it can be on the market quickly.” Dr. Golde stresses a cautionary note. He worries that because of thes... and twisted filaments. “The hypothesis is that AB stresses neurons, releasing cascades of signals that affect the phosphorylated state of tau bound to microtub...

Stem Cell Treatment may Prolong Lives of Children With Brittle Bone Disease

...ciety for Stem Cell Research in Cairns, Australia, stresses that need for offering the treatment on a case-by-case basis. However, other experts are of the opinion that clinical trials must be conducted before the treatment is offered to the public....

Men Could Overcome Erectile Dysfunction Through Group Psychotherapy

...n, low self-esteem, anxiety and other psychosocial stresses can play a significant part in erectile dysfunction. In the course of study, the researchers drew data from nine randomised trials and two quasi-randomised trials, involving 398 men with erectile dysfunction who had been given psychotherapy, medica...

FICCI Proposes Models To Solve Indias Healthcare Crisis

...y sharing and premises on lease model. The chamber stresses that the partnership models would have to run in tandem with attractive fiscal incentives and meaningful regulation if quality healthcare is to be accessible to all and the bed to thousand ratio has to be raised to five beds by 2012, from the current...

US Concerned About Mental Health of Diplomats in Iraq, Afghanistan

... Brown said the survey "asks specifics about what stresses and dangerous situations an employee was exposed to, what they did about it, and what counseling or other treatments they may have sought" since returning to the United States. Officials "will use the information from the survey ... to develop add...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

...ith a new distribution partner. A good partner, he stresses is the key. Skalli also favours Russia over any other emerging market. "For one thing," he said, "the food is European in style. Shashlik and rice is the Russian steak and chips and there is no spice. Chinese food is not made to go with wine, and n...

Minister from MP Urges to Ban the Sale of Sex Toys

... toys be banned. "The Madhya Pradesh government stresses yoga shiksha (yoga education) instead of the centre's yon shiksha (sex education). There is an urgent need to rise above party lines in this matter," Vijayvargiya said. About six months ago, HLL started to sell Crezendo - a three-condom pack with a...

Global Climate Change and Toxic Chemicals: A Potentialy Lethal Combination

...thal concentrations of certain chemicals can cause stresses that limit an organisms ability to survive or tolerate changes in environmental factors such as temperature. As expected, with the exception of phenol, the current study confirms that prior exposure to sublethal concentrations of the chemicals affe...

Bright Bodies Weight Program Lowers Diabetes Risk, BMI in Obese Kids

...child can't do it alone," said Savoye-Desanti, who stresses that the success of the Bright Bodies program relates to regular contact between the families and staff members. Savoye-Desanti said that while the program was very successful in treating overweight children, the cost incurred in carrying out such ...

Sexual Fantasies Play an Important Role in Boosting Desire

...heightens sexual drive. Nevertheless, the research stresses that people sometimes may have a negative reaction to some types of fantasies. In this sense, the researchers have studied such behaviour in male subjects, where sexually sadistic fantasies inhibit sexual desire. In turn, women also share the imagi...

Teenage Birthrate Declining in US Both Abstinence and Awareness Called for to Maintain the Trend

... the population has sex before marriage. But Macke stresses that it is the only guarantee against unwanted pregnancy and STDs. But what about gays and lesbians who may never get to marry? How are they to protect themselves if crucial information is to be withheld from them, ask others. "We need to be very...

Britains Complacent Attitude To Uptake Of New Cancer Drugs Revealed

...w drugs in each country." In addition, the report stresses an imbalance in public investments in cancer research between Europe and the US. "Not only is the magnitude of public research at a different level in the United States, it is also directed to clinical research to a greater extent. There is a need ...

Brickbats And Bouquets For U.S Prison Healthcare In-Charge

...ara County's public health and hospital system. He stresses his job is not one for "a wallflower or someone lacking intestinal fortitude." "It's the receiver's job to operate this system, and I suppose it's not surprising that there's a lot of resentment, especially by elected officials who are used to bein...

FDA Refuses to Lift Ban on Blood Donation by Gays

...s acknowledged the accuracy of the tests, but also stresses that they are not at 100%. In addition to gay blood, the FDA also bans those who have used intravenous drugs or have been paid for sex....

Stress of Deployment Increases Risk of Child Abuse, Neglect in Military Families, UNC Study Shows

... to and returns from operational deployment impose stresses on military families and likely increase the rate of child maltreatment. State records showed that the majority of substantiated child abuse and neglect that occurred in military families was perpetrated by a parent, Rentz said. Before October 200...

Research Says Small Penis Syndrome Affects Men Than Women

...data on patients satisfaction with such procedures stresses Dr Wylie....

Insufficient Sleep Increases Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: Study

...e which reflect the body's adjustment to a host of stresses and stimuli. Reduced variability can be a marker for cardiac problems and other diseases and has been linked to high blood pressure. "The effect of the sleep deficit was to increase the stress on the hearts of these volunteers," said Siobhan Bank...

Abnormality in the Red Blood Count Cell Poses High Risks

...t disease, which makes them more vulnerable to the stresses of surgery and puts them at greater risk of post-operative heart attacks and other cardiac complications. The new study found that the optimal hematocrit (a measure of red blood cells) for men over 65 was between 39 percent and 53.9 percent, and fo...

Row in Australia Over Mental Health Support Available for Returning Soldiers

...diers. "Many might not be aware of the emotional stresses that they're experiencing and that's why we are vigilant," he said. "That's why we keep focussing on what we can learn, what we can do to better prepare our people, support their resilience and make sure that they're not only well after their deplo...

Stillbirth Figures Stand Still

...rry a double risk of having stillborns. The report stresses the need for better strategies to evaluate risk categories and implement necessary changes that can impact stillbirth numbers. Richard Congdon, chief executive of CEMACH, said: "The rapid improvement in recent years in the survival prospects of bab...

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