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Use of Cellular Phones associated with Increased risk of Brain Tumors

A recent article published by a team in Sweden suggests that there is an increased risk of brain cancer in the areas of highest exposure in patients using digital telephones (Case Control Study on Radiology work, Medical X-Ray Investigations, and Cellular Telephones as Risk Factors for Brain Tumors, Harde...

Virus Level could Predict Cervical Cancer Risk

...w research published in The Lancet medical journal suggests that the amount of one strain of the virus, called HPV-16, could be a more accurate predictor of the disease. 'High amounts of HPV 16 DNA is a major risk factor for development of cervical carcinoma (cancer),' said Agnetha Josefsson and scientists at...

First Vaccine Designed for Africa Cleared for Testing in Humans

...ng cellular immune responses to HIV. Research also suggests that white blood cells activated by the vaccine can destroy virus-infected cells. For HIV, this approach may be more effective than the traditional vaccine approach of stimulating antibodies."...

Blood Cells Capable of Regenerating Liver

... also call in stem cells from elsewhere. The study suggests other ways to treat liver disease using stem cells. "You could take cells from the circulation, get them to turn into hepatocytes (liver cells), and re-inject then into the patient to give them enough functioning liver mass to get them through the ac...

Consensus on "Combination Therapy" for Breast Cancer

...are recommended to use hormonal therapy. The panel suggests five years of drug-Tamoxifen as the standard hormonal adjuvant therapy. Hormonal therapy is not suggested for women whose tumors do not have hormone receptors. 2. Women who have had a mastectomy and have four or more cancerous lymph nodes can best ...

Kidney Stones - Interesting New Research implicates bacteria as its cause

... New research by the National Kidney foundation suggests that the culprit is a tiny bacteria called Nano bacteria. These bacteria use a protective covering made of Calcium,which may act as a seed for calcium deposits that may enlarge to form stones. Researchers examined 30 stones in a study and found li...

Spirituality helps lessen arthritic pain

...e context of daily life.” The study, Keefe said, suggests that understanding the daily spiritual and religious experiences of patients is important in key to understanding their experience of their disease. So the in thing now is positive mental attitude and feeling strong to cope with pain with spirituali...

Ductal lavage may detect early breast cancer

...ylation. The presence of markers for this process suggests that a woman has breast cancer or precancerous breast cells, according to her.Ductal lavage is a "very sensitive, relatively simple test," according to Sukumar. The procedure, which takes about half an hour to perform, eventually may become a part o...

Be happy: live long

...ll live longer!!!! New research released on Monday suggests that a positive and happy mental framework makes a person healthy and prolongs life. These findings stem from a 15-year study of aging and Alzheimer's disease in nuns. "It's been known for years that pathological expressions of emotion like depressi...

Breast Feeding prevents obesity later on in life

A new research suggests that breast-feeding in infancy reduces the risk of becoming obese in life later on. According to Dr. William H. Dietz of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia, who led the research team, effects of breast milk significantl...

Diabetes and Depression often go hand-in-hand

...ently “co-occurs” with diabetes, and some research suggests depression often precedes and helps triggers the onset of diabetes. Depression-related behaviours such as overeating and getting little exercise are also key to the development of type 2 diabetes-the form of the disease that is closely linked to obe...

Vitamin E, the latest warrior against diabetes

Scientists are assessing research that suggests high doses of vitamin E may help fight diabetes. Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the world with many ravaging complications, affecting millions of people. Complications can lead to heart disease, eye damage, kidney failure, non hea...

Antibiotic induces liver damage in children with E.COLI infections.

...ng a potentially deadly liver disorder. "Our data suggests that antibiotics are not only not helpful, but are potentially harmful in children with diarrhea caused by E. coli 0157," says study co-author, Dr. Phillip Tarr, of the Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center and the University of Washington ...

Starch fights cancer

...iscovered that resistant starch which, as its name suggests cannot be digested, passes into the colon where it releases substances that protect against cancer. Resistant starch is found in undercooked vegetables, partly-cooked pasta, baked beans, bread, brown rice, white rice ,wheat and almost all cereals - ...

Dark skin protects

An Australian researcher suggests dark skin could be better than white at fending of...erous melanosomes make for darker skin. Mackintosh suggests melanosomes might act like lysosomes in the immune system, which engulf invading microorganisms and ...

Breast milk is essential

...effect on a baby's mental development. "Our data suggests that longer breast-feeding benefits cognitive development," they said. They added that the intimacy of breast-feeding may be important as well as the nutrients in breast milk. Their report said biologically active peptides in human milk may influence...

Tomatoes for the heart

...d when the tomatoes were processed into paste.This suggests the possibility of producing tomato-based products with increased health benefits....

Flaxseed fights cancer risk

A new study suggests that flaxseed lowers female hormone levels and may thereby reduce breast cancer risk.The flax plant has been used for thousands of years - the fibres to make linen and the ground seeds in bread and cereal.The seeds are rich in lignans, which resemble...

Eating disorder... a survey

A research suggests that one in four teenage girls may suffer from the symptoms of an eating disorder.In many girls, the problems appear to set in from a very early age. Scientists from Canada surveyed 2,85739 girls aged 12 to 18 about their eating habits.They found t...

Alcohol linked to brain activity

...L, or 'good' cholesterol) in the blood. This study suggests that the usual recommendations on alcohol intake - two or three drinks a day as the upper limit - are probably the correct measure as far as the brain is concerned....

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