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Late Nights may Make Preteens Antisocial and Aggressive

...aying attention , then the root cause could be the tendency he or she has for activities in the evening rather than in the morning. The finding is based on a study conducted by researchers led by Elizabeth J. Susman at Penn State who are trying to understand how a characteristic titled 'morningness/eveningn...

Anticoagulants is Better for Atrial Fibrillation

...llation (AF) have irregular heart beats and have a tendency to form blood clots in the upper chambers (atria) of their hearts. These clots can then travel to the brain, block vessels and cause a stroke. One way of reducing the risk of this occurring is to give drugs that limit the bloods ability to create ...

Questions Raised Over Safety of In-vitro Fertilization

...cle. With all parties desperate for results, the tendency has been to use more drugs to produce more eggs and hopefully more babies. But critics claim this approach has resulted in increased risks to the mother (cancers, clots and hyperstimulation) and to the unborn child, as well as an explosion in multi...

Smokers Blow Their Infants Health into Thin Air

...e smoking, such as poorer ventilation or a greater tendency for parents to smoke indoors in winter.' The researchers also noted that sleeping with a parent is a known risk factor for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). They suggest that one reason for this could be an infant's proximity to parents' clothin...

First-borns Have Higher IQs Than Their Younger Siblings

...ve brilliant ones. The researchers showed that the tendency holds true for different pairs of siblings in their study group; even within single families, older siblings are on average smarter. "There can be no confounds in this type of study, and so the theory of spurious associations has effectively been ...

Revealing the Secrets of Gut Ecosystem

...nother intriguing observation, Palmer noted, was a tendency for sudden shifts in the composition of the infants' intestinal microbial communities over time as different species of bacteria ebbed and flowed. "We don't have a good explanation for why one big group of bacteria would replace another. And it's n...

Diet for Autism

...in effectively expressing themselves and display a tendency to shun company. Autistic patients display a spectrum of dysfunction - from those who are physically and mentally challenged to those who look innocuously normal. Although there are several factors such as genetics, that are implicated in autism,...

Cancer Cells Reprogram Energy Needs To Grow And Spread

...by a single gene mutation and characterized by the tendency to develop tumors in many parts of the body, including the kidney, brain and adrenal glands. Semenza and colleagues measured mitochondria content and oxygen use in kidney cancer cells that contain no VHL protein and in the same cells with VHL engin...

Baby Aspirin Better for Your Health, University of Kentucky Study Says

..., "the downside of aspirin therapy is an increased tendency for bleeding (particulary from the GI tract). We believe the minimum effective dose should be utilized (75-81 mg)." However, Campbell notes, "We also believe more study in this area is warranted to determine if the minimum dose is effective for eve...

Making Change: The Cost of Being Transgender

...and clumps into rocks," he said. "Silicone has a tendency to migrate in the body," he added. "It can be injected in the hips and then you end up in the emergency room with silicone in the lungs." There are also health risks associated with illegal hormones. Progesterone has been linked to breast cancer an...

Its the Face and Not the Body That Grips the Attention of the Opposite Sex

..., while for bodies it was 24 per cent. And, the tendency was similar when it came to men, as 47 percent rated a womans overall attractiveness by her looks, while 32 percent rated her on her body. As for why women tend to focus more on the face, well according to the researchers thats because the face, be...

Mammogram Rates On The Decline In America

...mammography. Women have already showed a natural tendency to dislike these breast X-rays due to their discomfort. Cancer experts are of the opinion that at present mammography is the only commonly prevailing, convenient and economically feasible method of detecting cancer, MRIs notwithstanding. The Americ...

Sylvester Stallone Admits He Tried to Smuggle Banned Growth Hormone to Australia

..., feet and face; high blood pressure; an increased tendency to sweat and excessive hair growth. There are other innumerable side-effects and hence they are banned in many countries....

Online Education Program Better Source of Information for Patients

...medications, HF and AF patients reported a greater tendency to use their medications as prescribed by their doctor, researchers said. "It's beneficial for patients to be educated in this way," Pia said. "When patients understand the different treatment options available to them, they can become more active ...

Unhealthy Lungs Linked to Hostility?

...ohort (CARDIA), psychologists examined whether the tendency to be hostile went along with having decreased lung function in otherwise healthy young adults. The results indicated that the more hostile ones personalitycharacterized by aggression or anger, for examplethe lower levels ones of lung function even a...

Forgetfulness Actually Helps Your Brain Stay Healthy

People who have a tendency for forgetting things are the ones with the last laugh, for researchers have found that a forgetfulness is a sign that your brain is working properly. Researchers led by Brice Kuhl at Stanford University in California, US, conducted a study on the ...

Rescheduled: Aerial Mosquito Treatment for Philadelphia

...ularly if the leaves from surrounding trees have a tendency to plug the drains. Roof gutters can produce millions of mosquitoes each season. -- Turn over plastic wading pools when not in use. -- Turn over wheelbarrows and don't let water stagnate in birdbaths. -- Aerate ornamental pools or stock them with ...

Stress- Harms Now And Later

... this study to be merely a "proxy for the enduring tendency to experience negative emotions," according to the researchers. "It (the research) could open up new avenues for strategies to delay the symptoms of this disease," says Wilson....

The Dreaded Disease Tuberculosis Raises Its Ugly Head

...ty. Ironically, there has long been a disturbing tendency to romanticize the white plague, as tuberculosis is also known. But in real life, tuberculosis is a messy, agonizing and debilitating ordeal. Once the tubercle bacilli gain the momentum to proceed unchecked through the body, there is no romance to ...

Doctors in UK Promoting Awareness of Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease

...stomach acid flows into the oesophagus. The reflux tendency increases when the stomach contains a lot of gastric juice or food and when there is increased pressure in or on the stomach. The following changes in lifestyle can reduce the risk of developing reflux: · try to lose weight if you are overweight ...

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