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Hostility can hurt your heart

...ocysteine - which is a chemical found in blood and strongly associated with coronary heart disease. Catherine Stoney, associate professor in the department of psychology and co-author of this study// states that it is one possible reason that people with high hostility and anger tend to get heart disease. T...

Patients Pressure Would Result In Overprescription

...t communicates his or her illness to the physician strongly influences whether or not the physician prescribes an antibiotic. These unnecessary prescriptions were often given as a result of subtle pressuring of physicians by their patients. Physicians appear to be trying to maximize patient satisfaction by gi...

Teens listen to parents about smoking

...hildren will smoke by communicating that they feel strongly their children should not smoke and doing this con...ime. Teens who believed that their parents would strongly disapprove of smoking were less likely to become smokers than their peers who believed that neither ...

Cancer hazard Found With Animal-Based Nutrients

...ased nutrients found in foods of animal origin are strongly associated with risk of developing these types of cancers and we were able to identify nutrients that presumably would be protective," said Mayne. They further found that regular use of vitamin C supplements was associated with a 40 percent reduction...

Safeguarding anti-inflammatory users from ulcers

...ared to 30 per cent in those on placebo. The study strongly suggests that clearing up H.pylori infection will make NSAID use a safer option for those who can benefit from these drugs....

New pacemaker reduces risk of heart failure

...ortness of breath because their hearts do not beat strongly enough. Overall, an estimated 5 million Americans have heart failure, and it is considered to be the only major form of heart trouble that is growing in prevalence. The new pacemakers deliver an electrical impulse that synchronizes the ventricles so...

Pancreatic Cancer may be linked to Diabetes

According to researchers, a new study strongly propose that diabetes newly diagnosed in people above 50 years, may be a sign of underlying early-stage pancreatic cancer.// Older patients whose diabetes began late in life were 10 times more likely to be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer within thre...

Stop and think before you eat

...g of the study is that disinhibited eating is very strongly associated with obesity. Being disinhibited also predicts adult weight gain--30 pounds more over 25 years up to age about 60 years. However, "being a restrained eater also helps offset the effect of disinhibition," Roberts added. "Restrained eaters ...

Lifetime risk of heart failure increases

...of heart failure for both men and women. The study strongly suggests that reducing high blood pressure and heart attack risk will also reduce rates of heart failure....

Lead can be fatal

...ascular mortality from 1976 through 1992. Thus, we strongly encourage efforts to reduce lead exposure for occupationally exposed workers and the 1.7 million Americans with blood lead levels of at least 20 g/dL."...

Discovering cholesterol-absorbing genes

...doughnut - the amount of cholesterol you absorb is strongly influenced by your genes. Experts know that high cholesterol is linked to heart disease, and that a high fat diet is bad for you. But little has been discovered about why some people absorb a lot more of the cholesterol in their diet than others. R...

A Compilation of recent Diabetes Research articles

...out the relationship of type 2 diabetes, which is strongly linked to heart disease, to inflammation also. The research is based on the fact that when you get an infection your body produces cells that help fight off disease. When this happens a variety of protein types and other substances collect in the blo...

Do you love nuts? Then here's some good news for you!

...lories from fat. Research over the last 15 years strongly suggests that everyone’s diet should include nuts, even though an ounce of unroasted nuts provides 157 to 204 calories and 13 to 22 grams of fat. Nuts are excellent sources of antioxidants, fibre and protein and also contain vitamins and minerals lik...

Can one get addicted to fast food?

...mulates eating// and to leptin, a hormone which is strongly linked to weight and appetite. Leptin releases signals to the part of the brain that co-ordinates eating behaviour. Studies conducted by researchers has shown that rats fed with a high-fat diet early in life grew up to be obese adults. Studies are a...

Old theory of adaptation confirmed by new study

...y. They found that though people initially reacted strongly to good or bad events they then returned to their baseline stable emotional state. The study also revealed various other findings like those individuals who are happy are more likely to get and stay married. They found that people took more time to a...

Pharmacist’s Role in Medication Error

...y period The investigators believe these findings strongly suggest the value of having a pharmacist participate in medical rounds with doctors. They also suggest two areas for improvement within hospitals. First, facilities should develop a system to provide health care providers with accurate medication inf...

Music Makes you Smarter

...or recall. Researchers say, "Such diverse evidence strongly implies that music training somehow brings about changes in the cortical organization structures of the brain." Researchers speculate these findings may also hold true for brain injury patients....

Optimum Timing for HIV/AIDS Prognosis

...ut not the values before the start of therapy, are strongly associated with subsequent disease progression. Our findings should inform guidelines on when to modify HAART in this group of patients who had not previously received antiretroviral therapy."...

Antidepressants Harmful for Kids

...g more harm than good.” While British regulators strongly recommended against the use of antidepressants in children, they did not recommend completely banning the use of the drugs. They say the drugs may still be appropriate for some children, such as those who cannot tolerate Prozac or children who suffer...

Methamphetamine Users Found To Suffer From Mood Disorders

Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that strongly activates certain systems in the brain.// The drug is often used to treat obesity and is often addictive. According to the 2000 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, about 8.8 million people in the United States have tried methamphetamine at least...

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