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First Baby Born from Eggs Matured and Frozen in the Lab

...rtility using this method," Holzer added. Holzer suggested that healthy women can actually resort to this procedure to preserve their fertility as they near middle age. "Women in their mid-30s with no partner could freeze their eggs in this way," he told the meeting," he said....

M-rated Violent Video Games Most Popular Among Young Teens

...om, or over the Internet," Olson said. The study suggested that since availability of M-rated games is on the rise, it is important to explore their effects on the children who play them and look at the policies once again which propose that children should not access these games because although so many par...

Blood Protein may Hold Key to Why Healthy People Get Heart Attacks

...e than in those who remained healthy. The study suggested that although MPO is intended to kill harmful bacteria, it might instead inflame the body's arteries and cripple protective substances in the blood. Elevated MPO levels signalled increased risk even in those with acceptable levels of LDL cholestero...

Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...The findings support the recent human studies that suggested that chronic partial sleep loss of even two to three hours per night could have detrimental effects on the body, leading to impairments in cognitive performance, as well as cardiovascular, immune and endocrine functions. Sleep-restricted people also ...

Chilean Lake Disappears, Thanks to Global Warming

...ading culprit for the lake's disappearance. They suggested the melting of nearby glaciers raised the lake's level to the point where the increased water pressure caused part of a glacier acting as a dam to give way. Water in the lake flowed out of the breach, into a nearby fiord and then to the sea, said ...

Chronic Insomnia can Lead to Anxiety Disorders and Depression

...s depression," Neckelmann added. The researchers suggested that many mental disorders could be detected earlier if anxiety and depression are linked to chronic insomnia. "Focusing on chronic insomnia as a symptom of both anxiety and depression may facilitate the early detection of a mental disorder, as wel...

Stem Cells from Human Fat Tissue to Hunt for and Kill Cancerous Tumours

...ith other treatments," Altaner said. Researchers suggested that mesenchymal stem cells 'see' a tumour as a damaged organ and migrate to it, and so it might be used as a 'vehicle' for treatment that can find both primary tumours and small metastases. The findings of the study were published in the July 1 i...

Dark Chocolate Possible Medicine for Blood Pressure

...and you don't need to worry about over-indulging," suggested Sara Stanner, nutritionist, The British Heart Foundation....

Variation in Genes Related to Inflammation Increase Lung Cancer Risk

...mokers. The genes strong effect on heavy smokers suggested that the inflammatory response is important in modulating the damage caused by tobacco smoke. The effect was most profound in polymorphisms in IL1B, which was central to the inflammation process. The researchers noted that the IL1B protein was a...

Organic Tomatoes may Be Healthier for Your Heart Than Traditionally Grown Ones

...n Krebs, former chair of the Food Standards Agency suggested that just because organic tomatoes have higher level of one antioxidants, they cannot be claimed to be better than conventionally grown counter parts. "Tomato ketchup has higher levels of lycopene, a strong antioxidant, than tomatoes. So if you wan...

India's Share in Global Diabetes Research is One Percent

...or as much they affect the affluent. The editorial suggested that developing countries like India and China should address the issue of diabetes prevention and management with all seriousness and find affordable health products for diabetes....

Diabetics Risking Health by Using Alternative Medications Without Consultation

...2 per cent between different countries, the review suggested that nearly half of diabetics supplemented their conventional medicines with some form of alternative therapy. Elderly women who had been living with diabetes for longer, and people interested in self management of their condition were the most li...

Insight Into Neural Stem Cells Has Implications For Designing Therapies

...e embryo, studies carried out in cell culture have suggested that adult neural stem cells of the fully formed brain can give rise to many types of brain cells. In the current study, conducted in mice, the team set out to explore whether neural stem cells in different locations of the subventricular zone are ...

Dozens More H5N1 Bird Flu Cases in Germany

...Institute, the national veterinary laboratory, has suggested the disease could have jumped the border from the Czech side where it has infected turkey and chicken farms. In Germany, the new outbreak has been restricted to swans, geese and other wild birds and has not affected poultry farms. Germany battled...

When CIAs Poisoned Capsule for Castro Stuck to the Freezer!

...casino operations, to assassinate Castro. Giancana suggested poisoning him. Six potent pills were provided in 1961 to Juan Orta, identified as a Cuban official who had been receiving kickback payments from gambling interests, who still had access to Castro and was in a financial bind. But Orta got cold feet....

Flu Outbreak Among Children Feared in Western Australia

...s taken from the two children who died in hospital suggested they had secondary bacterial pneumonia," he said. "We'll be able to confirm that over the next few days." The third child did not receive hospital treatment. It is not known if there are more children suffering from the virus in Perth or if it ...

DNA Sample Suggests Greenland was Much Warmer During Last Ice Age

...ng in the journal Science. Sharp said the sample suggested that the temperature of the southern Greenland boreal forests 450,000 to 900,000 years ago was probably between 10C in summer and -17C in winter. The reduced glacier cover in that region also meant the global ocean was probably between one and two...

Gadrasil Could Prove Effective in Men too

...ine has no effect. In fact, some early testing has suggested that women who take Gardasil who are already infected with HPV are more susceptible to developing the lesions that lead to cervical cancer. So the plan is to inoculate girls as young as possible, before they've had sex, hence the FDA decision to al...

Exercise Reduces Inflammation

Although a number of studies have suggested that regular exercise reduces inflammation a condition that is predictive of cardiovascular and other diseases, such as diabetes its still not clear whether there is a definitive link. And if such a link exists, the nature of the relationship is b...

Cancer Risk is High Among HIV/AIDS and Kidney Transplant Patients

... cancer than the general population. Researchers suggested that one common thing in both the groups was immune deficiency, which was responsible for the increased risk of developing cancer. The only thing that people with AIDS and transplant recipients share is immune deficiency, otherwise their risk facto...

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