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Patients With Filariasis More Prone To HIV Infection

...larial infected patients. Conversely, there was a striking and significant decrease in HIV replication in PBMCs isolated from patients treated with antifilarials compared with those from untreated individuals particularly with respect to replication of M tropic HIV. This report should ring alarm bells in th...

Emotional trigger to smoke

...hours over two 24 hour periods. The results showed striking gender differences.// Both men and women were more likely to smoke when they were angry. But the effect was stronger in men, who said cigarettes had a powerful calming effect and they did whenever they were sad and anxious. But women smoked more on...

Better Treatment for obesity

...disorders and obesity. // The effects of OEA are striking and profoundly different from those of traditional appetite suppressants. This implies that molecular mimics of OEA, or synthetic molecules that resemble OEA but are more potent and more resistant to degradation by the body, could be used in the trea...

Choose the correct hypertensive drug

...ich to prescribe.Recent trials show that there are striking differences between these drugs when it comes to reducing the risk of complications of high blood pressure - stroke, heart attack and heart failure. For instance, angiotension converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors are more effective than other drugs in...

Nurses save more lives

... often have minimal training. In some of the most striking findings, medical patients with the greatest proportion of RN care - relative to LPNs and aides - were 9 percent less likely to suffer shock or cardiac arrest, or to get a urinary tract infection. Medical patients with more hours of RN care also spen...

Hormone Therapy Linked to Dementia

...he study say the results are unexpected and are in striking contrast to most of the earlier research on the effects of hormone therapy on Alzheimer’s and dementia. Researchers say the combined hormone therapy should not be prescribed to women with the intent of enhancing cognitive performance because it has t...

Shorter infants have lower incomes in later life

...tive function among other things, this is rather a striking demonstration of the critical period of growth between birth and one year....

Radiation Not Needed for Childhood Cancers

...s of cancer in childhood or adolescence. //The one striking exception was among those who had had brain tumors, for which radiation is the standard treatment. According to the National Cancer Institute, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL, is the most common form of leukemia in children and the most common ...

Hope for Patients With Kidney Failure

...negatively affect kidney development, yet it has a striking protective effect against kidney failure. Based on the study researchers conclude that gene delivery of HGF to the proximal tubule may be an interesting approach in designing future strategies aimed at the treatment and prevention of [acute renal f...

Bihar High Court Intervenes To End Doctors Strike

...r doctors." Court officials said however that the striking doctors were asked in an oral order to end their strike before their demands could be considered sympathetically as the strike had brought healthcare to a stand still at the Patna Medical Hospital. Medindia on Medical College – Further informati...

Elevated Insulin Levels To Influence Levels Of Inflammatory Markers

...insulinemia (increased levels of insulin) provoked striking increases in CNS (central nervous system) inflammatory markers, the authors reported. Their findings suggest that insulin-resistant conditions such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension may increase the risk for AD, in part through insulin-induced in...

Alzheimer's Disease Caused By Insulin Increase

...nsulinaemia (increased levels of insulin) provoked striking increases in CNS (central nervous system) inflammatory markers," the authors report. "Our findings suggest that insulin-resistant conditions such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension may increase the risk for AD, in part through insulin-induced infl...

Encephalitis Claims 131 lives in Uttar Pradesh

... encephalitis an epidemic, even though it has been striking eastern Uttar Pradesh for 27 years." Referring to the number of deaths, he said: "The mortality is not unusual as even in countries like Japan, China, Thailand and Indonesia, where the disease is prevalent, it takes a toll of about 20-40 percent." ...

Encephalitis Death Toll In U.P. Crosses 200 Mark.

...en at face value as Japanese encephalitis has been striking the state for 27 consecutive years, claiming more than 1,500 lives. Unofficial reports say the actual toll could be much higher than 200, as there is no system of recording the deaths in villages and smaller towns where the disease is believed to h...

Encephalitis Deaths Cross 220 in Uttar Pradesh

...d spread of the killer brain fever, which had been striking eastern Uttar Pradesh for nearly three decades. Encephalitis is a mosquito borne disease and is continuing to spread across the state since it broke out July 29 and has also spread to neighboring country Nepal. Now authorities are rushing experts ...

Pigs Population A Major Threat To Encephalitis Ravaged UP

...he hundreds who succumb to the virus that has been striking the region every monsoon season. Source -(IANS)...

Dental health neglected by over 60 % of Indians

... nuts and reverse smoking is practiced, there is a striking incidence of oral cancer, accounting for as much as 50 % of all cancers. The prevalence of common dental problems such as cavities, stained teeth, bleeding and swollen gums is over 75 %. The awareness of the public though remains much less, with more...

US Kidney Failure Rates show Stabilization After 20-Year Climb

...ercent of all new cases, respectively. The most striking finding was for diabetes, where rates for new cases in whites under age 40 were the lowest since the late 1980's, in stark contrast to rates for their African American counterparts, which have remained constant. "It's gratifying to see progress, ho...

Americans Consume Far Too Much Salt and Sodium

...r an average group, Ajani said. “Perhaps the most striking finding is that no difference in sodium intake was observed between those who received advice … and those who did not,” Ajani said. Participants’ sodium intake was computed from what they reported having eaten and drunk during the 24 hours before th...

ESMA against striking Medicos

...s development the State Government has ordered the striking doctors to return to work by Friday morning or they would be charged with Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) leading to dismissal from service and also imprisonment. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayum Singh Yadav had a high level meeti...

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