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“Brain fingerprinting”- The new lie detectr

..., which are useful in detecting whether the person subjected to the test, remembers finer details of the crime. Even if the person willingly suppresses the necessary information, the brain wave is sure to trap him, according to the experts, who are very excited about the new kid on the block. This matter has ...

Development of AIDS vaccine -- Chiron Corp in talks with four Indian cos

...ron Corp. The vaccine is said to be close to being subjected to human trials. The Managing Director of Shanta Biotechnics (one of the favourites for the collaboration), Mr K. Varaprasada Reddy, confirmed that his company had detailed discussions with Chiron Corp. ``We are willing to take up the project if sel...

Caffeine can induce epilepsy in newborns

...f the brain that is thought to control memory.They subjected the cells to the same level of caffeine found in several cups of coffee, and starved them of oxygen for three to four minutes. They found that the cells all fired at the same time - a phenomenon seen during epileptic seizures. Nothing happened if caf...

New drug may stop alopecia

...n as GW8510, helped to prevent hair loss// in rats subjected to chemotherapy. Lead researcher Stephen Davis said the gel completely prevented hair loss in half of the rats that subsequently underwent chemotherapy. No side effects were detected and the drug did not interfere with the cancer-killing effects of ...

Smokers children likely to develop caries

...can reveal whether someone is a smoker or is often subjected to passive smoking. The study found a relationship between exposure to passive smoking exposure and dental caries, with socioeconomic status also playing a role. In particular, young children who are poor were shown to be particularly vulnerable to...

Identifying bacteria made amiable

...public health problem, and it is already routinely subjected to genetic fingerprinting by different methods by public authorities. It also happened to be the first multi-locus-sequence database put up on the web. There is an enormous amount of interest in tracking this organism. When there is an outbreak of a...

Hormone Imbalance may lead to prolonged fatigue

...nts with chronic fatigue and a control group. They subjected them to hormone tests during physical and psychological stress testing. Those with chronic fatigue were found to have lower than normal levels of ACTH, a hormone preceding cortisol in the HPA axis. This suggests a fruitful approach in the search for ...

New cure for TPP - a rare blood disease

... did not respond to the standard treatment and was subjected to immune suppression with two drugs - rituximab and cyclophosphamide. Researchers said that the new treatment resulted in a complete recovery, raising hopes of those suffering from TPP. They also added that this study gained importance since it shed...

Children who used anaesthesia drugs could suffer brain damage

...y performed much worse than rats that had not been subjected to the anaesthesia. The researchers also found that in every rat brain that was examined, moderately severe brain cell death had occurred in several brain regions, including the hippocampus. The researchers also found that in both rats, those one mon...

More risks connected with live-donor liver transplants

...ealthy donors, usually friends and relatives , are subjected to surgery, as they feel pressurized to participate despite the fear of complications and death. They also said that the number of such transplants has been steadily raising since just one transplant was done in 1997. The number has jumped 7 per cent...

Early Detection Of Prostate Cancer

... all had detectable serum PSA. Every patients were subjected to both imaging procedures. 11C-acetate PET scans had higher positive findings overall. 11C-acetate PET was more sensitive than 18F-FDG PET. This research paves the way for future investigation of the utility of 11C-acetate PET in early relapse detec...

Mental growth in babies at risk

... undergoes swift and radical reorganisation// when subjected to continuous noise. Moreover the researchers found that the auditory cortex took longer than normal to mature. Since all mammals share similar basic patterns of brain development they are likely to apply to humans. Further experiments showed that r...

Electrocardiograms plays a limited role

...omen aged around 60, who had chest pain. They were subjected to electrocardiography and pharmacological stress echocardiography. The result showed that, predictor of either death or hard events (death, myocardial infarction) was a positive stress echocardiography provided more predictive information on clinica...

Liver diseases: The enemy with an accomplice

...s had either been donors, or had been operated on, subjected to blood transfusion or intravenous injections. Under a microscope their liver looked as it should look like in case of a sluggish chronic viral hepatitis. However, 65% of the patients got to know that they are ill with hepatitis only during their la...

Shyness Linked To HIV Progression

... risk factors and infectious diseases. Researchers subjected 54 HIV-positive men to various stress tests, each time measuring their nervous system response. Based on the findings, each man was ranked according to his "stress personality." Investigators then followed the group for 12 months to 18 months, measur...

Acupuncture May Well Be The Next Cure For High Blood Pressure

...rats. The results were obtained when the rats were subjected to thirty minutes of low current, low frequency electro-puncture. Acupuncture is one of the traditional healing techniques acknowledged by WHO as a form of prevalent alternative treatment to clinical conditions. Acupuncture means to puncture with a...

Obese people can be hypertensive as well

...er been given any medication for hypertension were subjected to 24 hr monitoring of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Body mass index could be significantly related to mean daytime and nighttime systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The BMI could also be positively correlated with mean 24 hr daytime and ...

Obesity in the Middle age can increase risk of developing dementia

...n 1964 and 1973 duringwhich they were interviewed, subjected to a clinicalexamination and a blood sample was collected fromthem. Height was measured as also the weight andpeople were categorized according to Body Mass Index.Subscapular and triceps skin fold thickness was alsomeasured using special calipers. Me...

Strong Magnetic Stimulation Can Help Treating Severe Depression

...k Nicholson – an inmate of a psychiatric clinic is subjected to electro-shock to curb his rebellious behavior did not help the ECT image. Now a less aggressive alternative seems to be provided by what is known as "Tran cranial magnetic stimulation". A new study reports its results with 30 patients in the Bri...

Cooking with unflued stove can cause cataract

... matching in age. Both the cases and controls were subjected to a questionnaire. The analysis of the findings after taking into considerations differences in age, educational status, type of housing, type of lighting and the occupation showed that use of an unflued solid-fuel stove was a risk factor for the d...

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