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Special proteins to fight TB identified

...are protective substances, produced by the body in stressful situations may help the immune system kill the TB ...l proteins produced by the body help cells survive stressful times and bolster the immune system of the body. In the study Dr. Graham R. Stewart, of Imperial Co...

Meditation relieves stress

...ess, subjects are taught to consciously respond to stressful situations in their daily life....

Stress response increases suicide risk

...ional numbness, panic and anxiety. And even lesser stressful events, like having an operation, can precipitate PTSD in some people.// Researchers at the California Psychiatric Institute now reveal that there are lesser degrees of PTSD, which may be overlooked. And these are linked with significant psychologi...

Health at heights

...ht. This means they must get proper rest and avoid stressful situations as much as possible - no easy task given the nature of their challenge. Exhaustion can severely impair performance, and is caused by insomnia, illness, stress and overwork. Although the cabin is heated to 15°C, temperatures outside are we...

Caffeine can induce epilepsy in newborns

...plays an important role in handling stress. During stressful episodes such as oxygen starvation, adenosine protects the nerve circuits from uncontrolled activity. ...

Spirituality relieves stress

...ess, subjects are taught to consciously respond to stressful situations in their daily life....

Risk of heart diseases due to loneliness

...oup of students carry out mentally and emotionally stressful tasks,// having previously assessed their level of...ereby affectsand this conditions their response to stressful situations....

Special proteins to fight TB identified

...are protective substances, produced by the body in stressful situations may help the immune system kill the TB ...l proteins produced by the body help cells survive stressful times and bolster the immune system of the body. In the study Dr. Graham R. Stewart, of Imperial Co...

Self control makes stress response easy

...o pshycologists, believing that one can control a stressful situation makes it easier on your heart and circulation.// Exposure to a stressful situation is potentially damaging to health because it increases blood pressure and resistance to bl...

Perceived stress decreases vaccine response

... fact, there was no link between exposure to known stressful events and low antibody levels. It was the participants' perception of stress that counted. Previous evidence suggests that such psychological influences are also at work when people have vaccines against hepatitis B, influenza and rubella....

Stress make acne worse

...o consider adjusting a patient's acne regimen when stressful periods are expected." Also, as students have a lot on their minds during exam time, they should be especially reminded to take their medication during such periods....

Gene increases risk of depression after stress

...y make people more susceptible to depression after stressful events, such as losing a job or a loved one. Peopl...he world. "However, not all people who encounter a stressful life experience succumb to (depression)," the researchers wrote.// They evaluated the 5-HTT, or ser...

Meditation Works Medically

... is related to the ability to react to negative or stressful events. In response to the influenza vaccine, study participants showed an increase in the number of antibodies during the study. The authors of this study recommend future studies be done using functional magnetic resonance imaging technology to lo...

Education Levels Found To Predict Stress

...s, as measured by level of education, report fewer stressful days than those with // higher socioeconomic status, but their stress is more severe and has a larger impact on their health. While those with more education have more days of stress, they are not as affected by it. For the study, more than 1,000 ad...

Mobile Phones Found To Reduce A Man’s Fertility by 30

...ks around with his phone switched on all day has a stressful job with many other factors that could influence his sperm count....

Abuse in Childhood Could Result In Heart Disease in Adulthood

...ther insights into the potential pathways by which stressful childhood experiences may increase the risk of IHD in adulthood....

The Impact of Stress Early In Life

...s// exposure. Studies in the past have shown that stressful events early in life can cause social and behavioral problems that carry on into adulthood. The new research suggests this is not necessarily the case, but that the timing of the event can make the difference. For the study researchers studied 15 mon...

Stress A Precursors Of Asthma In Kids

...eir parents were interviewed regularly to identify stressful events in the children’s lives, including births, ...ld have an acute attack within a day or two of the stressful event. The stress also had a lasting effect on the children, causing them to have another acute atta...

IVF results may be affected by stress and other related factors

... of the hormone adrenalin (which is released under stressful conditions) to successful IVF process shows that it is important for women to remain calm and happy to receive the embryo transfer in order to have a full term pregnancy and a healthy baby. Reference: Journal Human Reproduction, April 2005...

Brain cells associated with insomnia and obesity

...sily excitable and sensitive to stress. In daily stressful living these cells in the brain may be over excite...f them to brain cells that are direct fallout of a stressful lif...

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