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Lean Protein Could Be Key to Obesity Drugs

...es the mice to burn more fat but without the pain, sweat and hard work."In a research study published in the science journal Nature, Clapham and his team showed that even though the transgenic mice ate 15-54 percent more food than normal mice, their fat-tissue mass was 44-57 percent less.The mice experienc...

New antiperspirant in action - Botox does the difference

... don't respond to other medications." It can stop sweat glands from over producing when nothing else works - when surgery is the only other option left. "Botulinum toxin is a weakening agent, that, when injected, results in a chemical disconnection of the nerve, which is called chemodenervation," says Dr...

'Sweaty palms syndrome' can be cured by surgery

...take a different route, the feet often continue to sweat after surgery.The side effects of such surgery are compensatory sweating on the abdomen, back or thighs, but this sweating is often not nearly as severe as was experienced on the hands....

Armpit odour enhances mood

...y to detect the presence or absence of hormones in sweat which signal aggression, reports "New Scientist" magazine. Denise Chen, at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia recruited 30// volunteers in six different age categories - young girls and boys, young adult men and women, and men and wo...

Swimming in Chlorinated Pools Raises Asthma Risk

...ul gases when they come into contact with urine or sweat from swimmers. The by-product trichloramine is thought to be responsible for eye and respiratory tract irritation experienced by lifeguards and other pool users, the researchers said. Swimming is recommended for asthmatics as hot humid air in pools ...

Is Drinking Extra Fluids Safe When You’re Sick

... of sodium in the blood. The condition occurs when sweat and salt is replaced by ingested water. Researchers say other studies show patients with respiratory infections who develop hyponatremia can be effectively treated by restricting their fluid intake. However researchers say more studies need to be ...

Athletes Warned Of Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia

...volume of fluid than the body loses in the form of sweat and urine. Formulas are available for estimating hourly sweat loss during exercise—however; a good rule of thumb is to drink only when thirsty. Increasing sodiu...

Good News For Those Suffering From Excessive Sweating

...ment was recorded of at least 50 mg of spontaneous sweat in each axilla over five minutes at rest. Interi...uced a consistent reduction (≥75 percent) in sweat production. Some of the conclusions from the study are the following: · Patients reported sign...

Elderly People Needs To Tackle The Heat Effectively

... Stay hydratedThirst declines with age, and older sweat glands don’t produce as much sweat as they used to. The sweat that is produced tends to contain more salt, and lack of salt in the body...

Commercialization of Biotech Discoveries, An Encouragement For Researchers

...n generate wealth for the nation. He also said the sweat of scientists and research scholars should be converted into debt equity to make them entrepreneurs....

Chlorine might be a cause for Asthma

... sectreted by swimmers. The organicmatters include sweat and urine! But during extensivestudys, it was found that the levels of trichloroaminedepends on how crowded the pool is, cleanliness ofswimmers and ventilation of the pool. The study consisted of 250 blood samples of youngprimary school children, w...

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) - View of Experts

...tion, thyroid hormone metabolism, bone metabolism, sweat secretion, total and regional fuel metabolism and psychological well being. A statement appearing in Hormone Research 1995 says, There is no evidence to suggest that Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy causes any unfavourable long term side effects. ...

Loose weight without that dreaded sweat

...ght and stay healthy. But the condition is minimum sweat to the body.// The answer comes in the form of Harvey Simon, Harvard Medical School associate professor of medicine and founding member of the Harvard Cardiovascular Health Centre who has come up with a novel plan. It requires less of the strenuous ...

The weight loss reality check – Do Fad diets and short-cut methods actually work

... centers that adopt thermal blankets to get you to sweat it out – more water loss than weight loss!2.People gain weight as they age mainly because of sedentary lifestyles in the youth as against active life during growing up years. Strength training adequately helps in combating this problem by maintaining...

Scented Garments Hit The Market

...e products but also store unpleasant odors such as sweat or cigarette smoke, leaving sport coats still wearable after a night out at the bar. Cyclodextrines, which can be anchored in the weave of the fabric, contain molecular-sized hollow compartments in which either a desired or undesired scent can be s...

Dry Earwax Mystery Solved: Ear Wax Gene Identified

...with wet wax have more body odour, as they tend to sweat more. It is therefore reasonable to assume that pe...tive or have more sex appeal on account of reduced sweat and body odour. The result of this interesting study represents the first example of single nucleo...

Bio-Functional Garments That Could Revolutionize Fashion Industry

...cts, they also can store unpleasant odours such as sweat or cigarette smoke, leaving sport coats still wear...xtrines work the other way around when it comes to sweat and tobacco smells. They encapsulate the scent and store it until the next wash. Shirts and jackets ...

Gold Nanoparticles Are Good Detectors Biological Toxins

...n crime scene to analyse biological fluids such as sweat that criminals leave behind as there could be a lot of chemical information there. Professor Russell's work was presented at a conference in London organised by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)....

Search for Human Pheromone

...hat brain processes the substances present in male sweat and an estrogen like substance in the female urine...ound that heterosexual women responded to the male sweat odor in the hypothalamus and heterosexual men responded to female estrogen in the hypothalamus. But ...

Use Of Indoor Swimming Pools Linked To Development Of Asthma In Children

...rine present in swimming pools that react with the sweat or urine, damaging the lungs. Their study found that children who regularly swam in the indoor pools built up large quantities of proteins that caused damage to cells in the lungs. The researchers reported their findings in the current study on 190...

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