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Obesity in children a risk factor for diabetes

...hat could lead to full-blown diabetes. The finding sustains doctors' fears that many of today's "baked potato generation"// could be falling prey to the disabling disease before they hit their 30s. It has been recognised for some time that being obese, or even overweight, can greatly increase the chances of ...

Common Thyroid Problems In Women May Lower Their Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer

...t one of the circulating thyroid hormones actually sustains breast cancer cells. Although animal studies found mammary gland cells responded to thyroid hormones , population studies have shown conflicting patterns in the relationship between thyroid hormone and breast cancer. In a recent study researchers ex...

New drugs for resistant forms of TB

...The response we get from these works is that which sustains the hope of getting new drugs against the disease in the next few years," Billo said. The multi-drug resistant TB that is resistant to the antibiotics isoniazid and rifampin has been a major cause of concern to the health officials for more than a ...

Ceramide Directs Stem Cells in Embryo

...and an outer layer – the primitive endoderm – that sustains the embryo during development. 'Ceramide distributes to the apical end of the cell,' says Kannan Krishnamurthy, MCG graduate student and first author of the study published in the Feb. 2 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry. 'In this case, ...

Lipid Plays Big Role in Embryonic Development

...nd an outer layer – the primitive endoderm – that sustains the embryo during development. “Ceramide distributes to the apical end of the cell,” says Kannan Krishnamurthy, MCG graduate student and first author of the study published in the Feb. 2 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry. “In this case, ...

Enzyme Critical for Early Growth of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

...tress call in the form of a chemical, CXCL2, which sustains the inflammation by sending even more neutrophils to the aortic wall. Eventually, the overwhelming inflammatory response summons other enzymes to the aortic wall to breakdown its structural component, elastin. When the researchers blocked the actio...

Ovarian Cancer May Mimic Fallopian Tube Formation

...f the journal Gynecologic Oncology. "Our finding sustains the promise of a molecular genetic understanding of different cancers and emphasizes the importance of describing cancer in the context of normal human development that has gone awry due to genetic and epigenetic alterations,” said Nathan Bowen, Geor...

Head Injury Awareness Day

...ed or penetrating. In closed head injury, the head sustains a blunt force by striking against an object while in penetrating head injuries, a high velocity object breaks through the skull and enters the brain. Some head injuries result in prolonged or non-reversible brain damage, which range from personality ...

Targeting Sugar on Blood Vessels may Inhibit Cancer Growth

...od vessels," said Fuster. "In cancer, angiogenesis sustains growth as well as metastasis of tumors. An important finding was that, not only could we inhibit the growth of tumors in these mice, but that other systems that rely on endothelial growth, such as the reproductive system and wound healing, remained r...

Obesity, a Risk Factor for Developing Multiple Myeloma

... which in turn creates a cellular environment that sustains multiple myeloma. "The IL-6 chemical pathway is one possible way obesity could influence the risk of developing diseases like cancer or cardiovascular disease, but the answer might also lie in other relationships between obesity and cancer," Birma...

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