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In China, Online Gamers Raking in the Cash

...er games are so popular," he says. So instead of sweating it out on the sports field, Zhao spends 20 to 30 hours a week in World of Warcraft, Lineage and other fantasy universes, which are typically set in ancient empires or occult territories. He sometimes delves into the massive multi-player online game...

Will Seven Be the Lucky Number for Las Vegas Newlyweds?

... at large glitzy resorts where nearby gamblers are sweating and shouting as they watch the dice tumble, thousands will tie the knot. "This is the busiest I've been in my 49 years in this business. This is our magical, maniacal, historical moment of love," said Charlotte Richards, owner of the famous Little ...

Strategies for the Summer

...mperature, the body temperature rises rapidly, the sweating mechanism fails and the body is unable to cool dow...d cool water. The body should be fanned to promote sweating and evaporation. In order to avoid heat stoke excessive sun exposure must be avoided. Plenty of fl...

NKorea Extols Virtues of Dog Meat

...gi-jang means dog meat soup. "These days workers sweating to taste boshintang can be witnessed in any Dangogi houses and traditional restaurants in the capital of Pyongyang," the agency said. While dog meat restaurants are assuming a lower profile in South Korea, the reverse is true in the impoverished No...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...The blood pressure may be low or high, and lack of sweating is common, though athletes may perspire. The body temperature often will be 105 degrees or higher. The Pennsylvania Medical Society advises immediate treatment if any of these symptoms are present. "After calling 911," Dr. Heine says, "move the vic...

Steve Tyler Tells All About His Beauty Regime

... becoming fat. "I stay slim by having sex - and sweating a lot while I'm on stage!" Tyler says jokily....

Younger Women At Risk Of Heart Disease

...der area (experienced by 58 percent of the women); sweating (38 percent); nausea (29 percent); shortness of breath (29 percent); indigestion (21 percent) and weakness/fatigue (8 percent). Yet, only half of the women in this study sought care within the first hour, apparently because they thought their symp...

Brain Activity Reflects Variation in Types of Anxiety

... experience the panic, rapid heartbeat or bouts of sweating that describe anxious arousal. These two kinds of anxiety may occur alone or in combination, with potentially significant implications for treatment. To test whether neural activation patterns supported the hypothesis that these two categories of a...

Delhi's Hottest Day at 44.1 Degrees Celsius

...k in Delhi Saturday, leaving millions of residents sweating it out in the hottest day of the season so far. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the national capital recorded a maximum temperature of 44.1 degrees Celsius, three degrees above the normal level, and a minimum of 27 degrees ...

Botox Could Curb Excessive Sweating too

...ly bouts of excessive sweating, on an average. The sweating episodes had become more frequent and troublesome over the years, embarrassing the woman. "Her hand literally dripped with sweat, affecting her work," according to the doctors.. But the Botox shots stopped the woman's excessive sweating."The treat...

Hot Flashes in Women Linked to High Blood Pressure

...ally experienced as a feeling of intense heat with sweating and rapid heartbeat, and usually last from two to 30 minutes on each occasion. The event may be repeated a few times each week or up to a dozen times a day. Hot flashes are thought to be caused by centrally increased activation of the sympathetic ner...

Blood Tests may Be Possible for Mental Health Conditions

...toms, including palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating and a feeling of loss of control or dying -- symptoms that are very similar to heart attack symptoms. 'People with panic disorder often end up in the emergency room for heart tests when in fact they have panic disorder. This is just one of the rea...

Mental Health Conditions Could Be Detected With Blood Tests

...toms, including palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating and a feeling of loss of control or dying -- symptoms that are very similar to heart attack symptoms. "People with panic disorder often end up in the emergency room for heart tests when in fact they have panic disorder. This is just one of the reas...

Sportsmen – Beware of Hepatitis

...rkey said, 'The results of this study suggest that sweating may be another way of transmitting hepatitis B virus,' she said. The researchers advise all professional sports bodies to make hepatitis virus tests mandatory at the onset of players' careers and also urge them to get vaccinated. The researchers co...

Rewiring the Heart

... four years ago while on a job interview. He began sweating profusely, got lightheaded and weak in the knees. He assumed it was the anxiety of the situation. There he was, soaked to the bone, sporting a beet red face and talking mile a minute. The interview was cut short. As he walked out of the office, he kn...

New Study Shows Efficacy of AROMASIN on Early Breast Cancer

...1 vs. 10.8, insomnia (12.4 vs. 8.9), and increased sweating (11.8 vs. 10.4). Most common adverse events report...lashes (13%), nausea (9%), fatigue (8%), increased sweating (4%) and increased appetite (3%). Source-Newswise SRM...

Uses for Botulinum Toxin — A Miracle Poison — Continue to Grw

...ciated with crossed eyes. It can offer relief from sweating of the hands, feet and underarms and can help manage painful neck spasms (dystonia). Other clinical uses include treating muscle conditions associated with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke and Parkinson's; and improving swallowing and sp...

Majority Chinese Men Lack Testosterone: Report

...depression, irascibility, aching joints, excessive sweating as well as a fading interest// in sex because of the lack of testosterone, a survey says. The online survey released Thursday found that 52 percent of men between 30 and 40 years have a waning interest in sex and 60 percent of them say their physica...

Substance P May Pre-empt VIP in Regulating Temperature

...rs have known that the rise in skin blood flow and sweating are linked. They’ve theorized but failed to definitively prove that the neurotransmitter vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) – when released with the sweat-causing compound acetylcholine from specialized nerves in the skin during exercise or expo...

Coughing Could Help Heart Attack Victims

...izziness and weakness, shortness of breath, sudden sweating and blurred vision - and then taught the proper coughing technique. The patients used the cough in 365 instances where they thought they were about to faint. The symptoms disappeared in 292 cases and medical attention was required in only 73 cases,...

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