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Gene Variation Increases the Risk of Lung Cancer

...n, which is more likely to turn on the cascade and sustain the damaging effects of inflammation. Over time, the constant damage of inflammation could lead to genetic damage and cancer, Engels said. The researchers believe their findings will provide the basis for further lung cancer research as well as a m...

Variation in Genes Related to Inflammation Increase Lung Cancer Risk

...n, which is more likely to turn on the cascade and sustain the damaging effects of inflammation. Over time, the constant damage of inflammation could lead to genetic damage and cancer. Inflammation is part of the immune systems arsenal to combat the effects of infection and cell damage. However, prolonged ...

Britains Free Fruit -And -Vegetable -Scheme Falls Flat

...y to initiate a change of fruit intake but also to sustain changes that occur in the short term."The findings of this evaluation showed a short-term increase in fruit intake can be achieved in young children who remain in the scheme - however, further interventions may be needed to prevent the waning of this...

New Understanding on Growth of Human Stem Cells

...F-II), which they now show could be the protein to sustain hESCs. Researchers are interested in the relationship between stem cells and their niche, because the niche represents a route for modifying stem cell behaviour if human ES cells can be reliably guided down a particular pathway, then they can be mo...

Organic Farming can Feed the World, U-M Study Shows

...at exclude or rarely use synthetic pesticides; and sustain or regenerate the soil quality. Perfecto said the idea that people would go hungry if farming went organic is "ridiculous." "Corporate interest in agriculture and the way agriculture research has been conducted in land grant institutions, with a ...

Natural Selection in Butterflies

...males and females jumps, possibly as an attempt to sustain the population despite the odds. Charlat added that the relationship between Wolbachia and the Blue Moon butterfly illustrates the so-called Red Queen Principle, an evolutionary term named after a scene in Lewis Carroll's famous book, "Through the ...

Organic Farming Can Feed the World

...at exclude or rarely use synthetic pesticides; and sustain or regenerate the soil quality. Perfecto said the idea that people would go hungry if farming went organic is "ridiculous." "Corporate interest in agriculture and the way agriculture research has been conducted in land grant institutions, with ...

Differences in Brain Functions Results in non-contact Knee Injuries

...also provided baseline data for athletes who might sustain a concussion after the season started. We had some data from previous research which suggested that these non-contact knee injuries occur when a person gets distracted or is 'caught off guard, Charles Buz Swanik, the UD assistant professor of healt...

Apples and Lentils Could Help You to Shed Off Those Extra Pounds!

...ht is very difficult and many people are unable to sustain a weight-loss diet. The low glycemic index diet is satisfying and has proven benefits". "Compared to other diets, the low GI diet is more satisfying - people are less inclined to feel hungry. One advantage of this type of diet is that it is more lik...

Child Car Seat Danger

... a significant injury and 4.2 times more likely to sustain a head injury than those using a dedicated child restraint. Many children move to an adult seatbelt too early, Dr Zurynski said. In New South Wales and Victoria, the mean age of transition to a seatbelt is 5.6 years (and as early as 3 years). Aus...

Severe Human Bite Wounds are 12 Times More Common in Men

Men are 12 times more likely than women to sustain severe human bite injuries for which surgery may be necessary, according to a study published in the July issue of the Emergency Medicine Journal . Injuries are most likely to occur during brawls at weekends or public holidays and in most cases alc...

Roshan Announces Launch of Afghanistan's First Telemedicine Project

...osis and treatment, but it also helps to build and sustain the nation's healthcare capacity through sharing of expertise. Patients will now benefit from the international knowledge without the need to transport specialists to the country." "Our Government is striving to improve the quality of life of our pe...

Computerized Doctors Order Reduce Prescription Errors

.... Each year, more than one-half million patients sustain injuries or die in hospitals from adverse events, according to the study....

Army Training Regimen Brutal in US, Needs Overhauling

...rcent of men and the 38 to 67 percent of women who sustain at least one injury during training at Fort Sill, Fort Knox, Fort Jackson, Fort Leonard Wood or Fort Benning are in trouble. Those injured are consigned to the physical training and rehabilitation program. PTRP is a limbo of sorts. While basic trai...

Mumps Breaks Out In Canada

...rkers as a result of the mumps, and therefore help sustain the health-care system for Nova Scotians.'...

Death and Disability from Brain Injury Reduced, Emory Researchers Report

About 1.5 to 2 million people in the U.S. sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, leading to 50,000 deaths and 80,000 new cases of long-term disability. It also is a major cause of death and disability among children and military personnel. Despite the enormity of the problem, scientist...

UW Establishes Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center

In an effort to strengthen and sustain its leadership in the companion fields of stem cell research and regenerative medicine, the University of Wisconsin-Madison will establish a new Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center. The announcement of the new center, to be made today (May ...

Surgeons Perform Nasal Reconstruction for War Veteran Using His Own Body Parts

...w nose, and a sparse network of facial arteries to sustain the highly vascularized nasal tissues. Arteries supplying blood to the forehead had been slashed in Iraq, potentially compromising the suitability of the skin for subsequent transplant to the nose. The accident had also fractured Fletchers skull, bli...

Multinationals Exploit Groundwater Sources, and People Suffer

...lso put fisheries at risk -- a resource that helps sustain many of the area's small businesses and is vital to tribal people who are working to restore salmon populations.There is also a serious concern that Nestl is allowed to drill bore holes -- which are sideways holes into the spring that allows more wat...

Yale Cancer Center Answers: A New Weekly Radio Progam on WNPR

... patients and their families with help and hope to sustain them in their fight against cancer, Miller explained. The help comes from experts at Yale Cancer Center who are working to develop new and better treatments. The hope comes from our doctors, nurses and staff whose knowledge and compassion are helpin...

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