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Vaccine for Alzheimer’s diseas

...they develop antibodies against the protein, which sweep the brain clean of the plagues. Mice given the test vaccine developed fewer protein deposits in their brains compared with unvaccinated animals. These results are reported in Nature. Whether the protein deposits actually cause dementia in people ...

Stay young the Chinese way

...tural substance extracted out of grape-stones, can sweep out redundant free radicals in the human body and so reduce the rate of oxidation. The anti-oxidation function of OPC is 50 times as effective as vitamin E, or 20 times that of vitamin C, the professor said. The scientists made the drug developed f...

Bio-functional Garments Gaining Popularity

...ver there is a danger that too many washings could sweep away these protective ingredients, "Therefore, the technique is used on nylon pantyhose, for example, because they tend to have a shorter life anyway," said Buschmann. Much research has been focused on averting this and a Japanese firm has come up wi...

High Court: Disabled Baby Should Live

.... The Judge’s ruling disallowed the NHS trust to sweep aside the parents’ wishes and withdraw the life support system. Anti-euthanasia and Charity outfits have favored the ruling, that it has put a full-stop to a trend down a dangerous slope. The boy, known as MB for legal purposes, had a congenital sp...

Even Hospitals Not Drug Proof

...hase Farm has brought in sniffer dogs to regularly sweep the wards. Nurses say that it is difficult to stop all illegal drugs entering the hospital. The sad situation is that there are no national figures showing how widespread illegal drugs are on psychiatric wards. Peter Phillips, a former nurse, foun...

First Case Of H5N1 Bird Flu In Poultry In Denmark

...mans. Because people lack immunity to it, it could sweep the world quickly, killing millions. The virus has killed 122 people since 2003 in nine countries and territories, according to the WHO....

KPMG Optimistic About Indian Pharma’s Growt

...patents in 2007-08, India is ideally positioned to sweep up much of that new business." Morris however pointed out that opportunity now exists for India to become so much more than just a generics player and shape up as a developer of new drugs. Much of the impetus behind India's fresh challenge for a ...

Doctors Predict an Asthma Epidemic Triggered by Thunderstorms

...thunderstorms. Research has revealed that storms sweep up and collect atmospheric particles that are then released through the rain and concentrated in the air close to the ground. As asthmatics with an allergy to grass pollen breathe in the concentrated pollens there is the onset of an asthmatic attac...

Waltz for a steady pulse!

...akes two to tango! And doctors have news that will sweep you off// your feet! Recent studies have shown that cardiac patients who were assigned waltz classes randomly showed remarkable improvement in functional measures and quality of life than those cardiac patients assigned to cardiac rehabilitation th...

Not Just ‘Bird’ Flu Anymore- Avian Influenza Strikes Cas

... form easily transmitted from person to person and sweep the world, killing millions within weeks or months. The Indonesian surveys have added worry lines to scientists documenting the spread of bird flu, which has killed 164 people since late 2003 and has flared again with a string of human H5N1 cases. ...

Turkey Confirms Return Of Bird Flu Among Chickens

...uman. As people would lack immunity, it could then sweep the world, killing millions, they say. Victims usually contract bird flu through direct exposure to diseased or dead poultry. Experts believe migratory birds originally brought the virus to Turkey and Europe from Asia and Russia, infecting dome...

Climate Change Threatens Sundarbans and World Heritage Sites

...this area of Bay of Bengal, and 17 percent of them sweep the land in Bangladesh. "No matter whether the frequency or intensity of cyclones change in the future due to climatic disturbances, exposure of the region to the devastating effects of storms will increase if the mangroves cannot be conserved succ...

Mice can Produce Embryonic Stem Cells Similar to That of Humans

... The new findings attain significance as they may sweep away ethical concerns over embryo research, and help speed the development of treatments for incurable diseases. According to researchers, the findings will make it easier to use mice and other animals to study human diseases, and can lead to new ...

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