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FDA Nanotechnology Task Force takes positive step forward

... oversight role. While available evidence does not suggest that all materials with nanoscale dimensions will be hazardous, the Task Force correctly concludes that the agency needs new safety assessment tools, greater nano-specific staff expertise and more risk research to assess the likelihood of long-term h...

A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...functioning normally.” Dr. Lewis says the studies suggest that toxicity to neurons caused by tau begins before tangles develop. “If so, we may be able to repair that process so that the neuron can rebound,” she says. Their achievement was reported in 2005 in Science. “These tau findings changed our ideas...

White Blood Cell Booster May Help Cancer Patients Avoid Deadly Complications

...udy's investigators. "The new recommendations also suggest that we need better methods to identify patients who are at higher risk of developing febrile neutropenia, and future studies will be aimed at doing just that." White blood cell boosters can have side effects, including bone pain, which need to be r...

Structure of TB Enzyme Points the Way to New Drugs: Study

...sts said Monday that they have further evidence to suggest that an enzyme secreted by the microbe that causes tuberculosis would make a promising target for new drugs to combat the deadly infectious disease. The Swiss team first identified the enzyme, protein kinase G (PknG), as a promising drug target ba...

Inability to Recognize Familiar Smells Could Signal Alzheimers

...," the authors of the study wrote. "The findings suggest that olfactory dysfunction can be an early manifestation of Alzheimer's disease." However, "the neurological bases of age-associated olfactory dysfunction are uncertain," and since "difficulty identifying odors is associated with other neurological...

Impaired Odour Identification Predicts Cognitive Decline for the Elderly

...mpairment," the authors conclude. "The findings suggest that olfactory dysfunction can be an early manifestation of Alzheimer's disease ... and that olfactory assessment may be useful for early disease identification," they write....

Pure Pomegranate Juice Helps Reverse Erectile Dysfunction Function

...n. 'These findings are very encouraging as they suggest there is a non-invasive, non-drug way to potentially alleviate this quality of life issue that affects so many men. For men with ED, it is important to maintain a healthy diet and exercise. Drinking pomegranate juice daily could be an important addit...

Scot's National Drink, Now Available at 1,000 Pounds a Nip

...ink the flavour, but master distillers of the 1805 suggest this whisky is best left to hit the tongue undiluted. The 1805 is smooth, has a hint of peach and a suggestion of vanilla, is warm, and with only a light lingering "smoke" to it. Gleneagles is confident there will be a market for the 1805 sonne...

Medicaid Data Analysis

...and costs are higher in hospital settings and data suggest that people treated in these settings have higher ...mmunity-based mental health treatment. The authors suggest that reimbursement policies favoring community mental health centers may increase the likelihood of ...

Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

...at it is, at least in mice; recent pilot data also suggest that a similar mechanism exist in monkeys as well, said the studys senior author, Zofia Zukowska, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Physiology & Biophysics at Georgetown University Medical Center. We are hopeful that these findi...

Dark Chocolate Possible Medicine for Blood Pressure

A new research suggest that eating a small amount of dark chocolate each day could lower blood pressure and cut the risk of stroke. Dark chocolate is not only good for your heart , it may also stave off hardening of the arteries among smokers, and it has more antioxidants ...

Reduction in Antidepressant Leads to Suicidal Risks

...tic monitoring to mitigate these risks but did not suggest avoiding the pediatric use of antidepressants. Benji T. Kurian, M.D., M.P.H., and colleagues at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tenn., examined monthly antidepressant prescription data among patients age 2 to 17 years covered b...

Great Lakes Fish in Canada Heavily Polluted

...y choice for consumers, toxic contamination levels suggest that we are still treating the Great Lakes as a toxic waste dump, said Aaron Freeman, Policy Director of Environmental Defence. We are clearly not doing enough to protect this vital ecosystem. We need stronger pollution regulations and a real plan fr...

Low Income Family Adolescents Suffer Migraine

...ngs, published in the July 3rd issue of Neurology, suggest that factors associated with low socioeconomic statusstress, poor diet and limited access to medical care, for example increase the prevalence of migraines in young people. Led by Dr. Marcelo Bigal, assistant professor of neurology, the Einstein re...

New Device to Treat Snoring and Sleep Apnea

...p in treating problems of snoring and sleep apnea, suggest early results of a study . Snoring is the vibration of respiratory organs and the resulting sound due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping. The sound may be soft or loud and unpleasant. It can sometimes be frustrating for pati...

Autism Children can Be Diagnosed Within One Year of Age

...elopmental expert. This and other autism studies suggest that the wait and see method, which is often recommended to concerned parents, could lead to missed opportunities for early intervention during this time period. "What's most exciting about these important advancements in autism diagnosis is that o...

Role of MicroRNA in Cancer Suppression Identified

...ute of Science and Rosetta Genomics . The findings suggest the potential for a specific, single microRNA (miR...linked to tumor suppression. Moreover, the results suggest the potential that a synthetic miR-34a-like agent could be used as a cancer therapy. We strongly bel...

Functional Food What is That, Ask First

...benefits of these foods could be dubious and hence suggest consumers to be wary of falling prey to aggressive brand advertising. "Millions of people are consuming these foods and the people who make functional foods are trading on people's insecurity and looking for an insurance to give them better health,...

Overdose of Paracetamol was Dropped

...n the online open access journal BMC Public Health suggest that the acetaminophen (paracetamol) overdose rate...tively large amounts of acetaminophen. The authors suggest that lack of patient and physician awareness may account for at least part of the increase in accide...

Ban on Hookah Smoking Should Stay, Argue Doctors

...llion people use a hookah daily worldwide. Reports suggest that family attitudes towards children smoking tobacco in waterpipes are far more permissive than attitudes to cigarette smoking. There has been little research into the health effects of waterpipe smoking, but data show that rising numbers of chil...

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