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Male Casting Couch in Bollywood?

...nalist has been haunting the singer with blatantly suggestive sexual motives. Sonus disinterest and subsequent denial to Jhas ulterior moves led the journalist to a Sonu bashing mission. The singer claims that the journalist had been purposely and intently rubbishing his hard earned reputation by repeated stori...

New Analysis Puts Cot Death Under Scrutiny Once Again

...s violent family relationships, pathology findings suggestive of asphyxia, and parental mental health problems. Although Bacon and Hey do not suggest that violence in the family, for example, necessarily implies that a babys death was unnatural, they believe that when a family has two unexplained deaths this ...

Beijing Legislator Calls on Government to Regulate Sexually Suggestive TV Ads

...ntroduce strict regulations to eradicate sexually suggestive commercials, at least during the summer and winter holiday periods. Shang Xiyun is said to have been convinced about this after hearing her eight-year-old daughter declare that she would never eat cakes because boys don't like fat girls after watch...

Website Offers to Help Women Raise Money for Breast Enhancement

...y quite shocking. The invitation for women to post suggestive photos, sell personal items and chat with strangers over the Internet in exchange for a breast augmentation is just plain degrading." The site claims - MyFreeImplants.com is the first website of its kind to harness the global power of the Internet ...

Does Amateur Boxing Cause Brain Damage?

...ound high CSF levels of neuronal and glial markers suggestive of brain damage after a fight. A particular marker for neuronal damage, neurofilament light (NFL), was four times higher in boxers within 10 days of the fight as compared with healthy non-athletes. These increased levels returned to normal after thre...

Study Offers Clues to 'Broken Heart Syndrome'

...breath in 33 percent. All patients had ECG changes suggestive of an acute coronary syndrome, a term that encompasses both heart attack and unstable angina. Troponin-I, a blood test for heart damage, was positive in 95 percent of patients. Twenty percent of patients were unable to breathe on their own and need...

Understanding of Schizophrenia Could Lead to New Treatment Options

...erations in biochemical signaling and to behaviors suggestive of mental illness. "We show that causing a defe... social withdrawal. The mice also showed behaviors suggestive of anxiety, a symptom seen in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and increased sensit...

Smoking on Television is Harmful to the Health of the Nation's Youth: BMA

... in a positive social context, often with sexually suggestive content. Rarely is smoking portrayed in an unattractive manner or associated with negative consequences. Television serves as an indirect method of smoking advertising.” With the ban on smoking in public places now in place in Wales, and the wish ...

BMC Rushes With Samples as Mystery Fever Rings Alarm Bell in Bombay

...ar confesses" we are seeing patients with symptoms suggestive of viral meningitis but it is not manifesting classical symptoms. Most patients come with extreme neck stiffness". The doctor in question says he sees about one patient a month but "it was worrying seeing three patients together". Heartening part...

Gene Found for Rare Disorder May Reveal New Pathway in Mental Retardation

...ght recognize their more subtle facial features as suggestive of CdLS, but for the most part, they would only come to clinical attention for having mild to moderate mental retardation,” said Matthew A. Deardorff, M.D., the first author of the study and a fellow in genetics at Children’s Hospital. “This study su...

Online Prayers Helps Cancer Patients

..., which measured the percentage of words that were suggestive of religious belief and practice (e.g., pray, worship, faith, holy, God). Writing a higher percentage of these religious words within the online support groups was associated with lower levels of negative emotions and higher levels of self-efficacy a...

Violent Video Games Leave Deep Impressions in Brain

...such videos may have explicit content, violence or suggestive material. A number of researches have now warned, that repeated exposure to violent content may result in very aggressive behavior. Imaging technology offers a breakthrough to understand deeper changes associated with viewing violent and gory cont...

Hormone Therapy May Improve the Trip Down Memory Lane

...older women using hormone therapy is important and suggestive of potential therapies that need to be explored further,” he says. “Eventually, this could lead to new options for women as they enter a time when memory problems typically develop.” Source-Neswise SRM...

Pregnant Women With Lupus Are At Greater Risk

...upus. Clowse said the study's results are highly suggestive and should be taken seriously within the health care community, but she added that the study did have certain limitations. On the plus side, the study examined a large number of patients, including patients from a variety of clinical environments, ...

Luxury Spas Ride Boom in Wellness Industry in Poland

...drop of leafy sanatorium scenery with the somewhat suggestive quote of "I'm expecting you" printed above her head. Germans constitute the majority of foreign clients. But Scandinavians, the Dutch, Danes and even Americans are drawn to these health farms. Source-IANS...

Female Athletes at Risk of Stress Fractures

...so showed decreased bone mineral density, findings suggestive of disordered eating, which is an umbrella term for common eating disorders as well as any other nutritional deficiency. The type of sport played was not correlated with high scores on the eating behaviors survey. Long a leader in health professi...

A Human Brain Gene Could Hold Clues On The Evolution Of Brain Capacity

...it interacts with reelin. But the evidence is very suggestive that this gene is important in the development of the cerebral cortex, and that's exciting because the human cortex is three times as large as it was in our predecessors," Haussler said. "Something caused our brains to evolve to be much larger and ha...

Biological Basis Behind a Couch Potato

... there are more orexin receptors, but it is highly suggestive of that finding. Kotz and her fellow researchers are now looking to see if the lean rats have a greater number of orexin receptors in their brains. Activity level important to weight controlBecause the rats in this study ate the same amount of food...

Rare Nerve Disease Causing Gene Identified

...arching for genes in the region whose function was suggestive of the symptoms and the parts of the body affected by the diseases, they narrowed the search further to 75 genes. After combing the 75 genes patiently, they identified the mutations in PLA2G6, which codes for a protein belonging to a group called p...

MRI Scan Insufficient For Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis

...sclerosis is limited. Patients with a first attack suggestive of MS have around a 60% probability of developing MS, this is increased to between 75 and 84% in those with a positive MRI scan and decreased to between 43 and 57% in those with a negative scan over 10-14 years. The results suggest that use of magn...

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