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FDAs Gesture for Firm Manufacturing Drug for Cushings Syndrome

...sity, rounded face, increased fat around the neck, thinning arms and legs, severe fatigue and weak muscles. Irritability, anxiety and depression are common. Cortisol is a normal hormone produced in the outer portion, or cortex, of the adrenal glands, located above each kidney. The normal function of cortiso...

Exercise Reduces Fracture in Men

...ded that women should take exercise to reduce the thinning of their bones. The thinning of the bones with age is known as osteoporosis. Women are at particular risk of osteoporotic fractur...

Hair Restoration Procedures Performed Worldwide Increased 34 Percent in 2006

...uncommon for people to start noticing hair loss or thinning in their 20s and 30s, which can make them feel very self-conscious and add years to their appearance," added Dr. Cotterill. "Early detection and intervention are essential to treating and preventing future hair loss, and, as our survey shows, more me...

A New Milestone in Stem Cell Research

...s after surgery, 20 per cent of patients develop a thinning of the walls of the heart, which in its most extreme form, can lead to congestive heart failure. Dr Raimondo Ascione, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon, said: I am very grateful to the British Heart Foundation for funding this important trial; the first o...

Too Much of Acidic Foods can Cause Permanent Damage to Teeth

...time by dissolving the mineral structure of teeth, thinning the teeth. Eventually, because of repeated exposure to acid, the tooths enamel will lose its shape and colour and as the damage progresses; the underlying dentin, (which is the tissue that makes up the core of each tooth), becomes exposed causing the...

Permanent Make Up can Cause Disfigurement

...r to save time. Difficulty in applying makeup, and thinning eyebrows or eyelashes, are among the other reasons for going in for this make up. The very procedures that are supposed to enhance beauty may actually result in unsightly side effects, such as swelling or bumps. Like a regular tattoo, the permanent...

Capricious Climate in Indonesia Adds to Farmers Woe

...Climate change is caused by global warming and the thinning of the ozone layer. I think that caused the shift of weather patterns on earth." Indonesia is facing the onslaught of rising sea levels and climatic change. Rather than it being pursued as an International issue, it should be taken up as priority b...

Sunbathers Beware of Skin Cancer, Dermatologists Warn

...y. Reasons for the increase in cases include the thinning of the ozone layer, use of tanning salons and people going outside more and wearing less clothing compared to decades ago when attire covered more skin, said Conney. He's been doing tests in mice on two substances that appear to prevent cells whos...

Mums Death is Reason Behind Jolies Dramatic Weightloss

... The actress has had fans worried sick about her thinning frame, especially after veins have also popped up on her arms, hands and wrists, but she insists that shes not intentionally trying to be thin. "Instead of people saying I look like a person dealing with something emotionally, they assume it's beca...

Capricious Climate in Indonesia Adds to Farmers’ Wo

...Climate change is caused by global warming and the thinning of the ozone layer. I think that caused the shift of weather patterns on earth." Indonesia is facing the onslaught of rising sea levels and climatic change. Rather than it being pursued as an International issue, it should be taken up as priority b...

Painkiller may Boost Chance of Heart Problems in Patients With Osteoarthritis

...s suggest that ibuprofen interferes with the blood thinning properties of aspirin in patients at high risk of cardiovascular disease. Source-Eurekalert/M...

Sunscreen Covering Earth Becoming Thinner

...ance to global warming by greenhouse gases. The thinning of the "sunscreen” could have given an extra push to the rise in global surface temperatures, it is felt. In a related study published last week, scientists found that the opposing forces of global warming and the cooling resulting from aerosols c...

Seated Immobility Causes Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

...sult in pulmonary embolism leading to death. Blood thinning drugs are generally administered to treat DVT. Out of the sixty two people suffering from DVT studied, twenty one of them were found to be seated for long hours before DVT struck them. Hereditary factor also played a significant role in getting thi...

Don’t Kill Your Skin With Bleachers, Warns Doctor

...e side effects of bleaching creams as skin cancer, thinning of the skin, irreversible stretch marks, easy bruising and tearing of the skin, rashes, enlarged blood vessels, susceptibility to infection, delayed wound healing, hyper pigmentation, acne and hormonal disturbances. ‘Beauty’ does seem to come at a ...

Drug Linked to Increase in Brain Hemorrhage Cases

...he rate of brain hemorrhages associated with blood thinning drugs quintupled during the 1990s, according to a study. //In people over age 80, the rate increased more than tenfold. Most of the increase is due to greater use of the drug warfarin, which is commonly prescribed to prevent blood clotting. Blood c...

New Study Links Western Wildfires to Atlantic Ocean Surface Temperatures

... fire hazard in some forest types, although forest thinning may help reduce the impact of some severe fires by eliminating potential fuel sources, Veblen said. But the effectiveness of such practices pale in comparison to the potential of climatic factors. "The driving factor influencing wildfires is overwh...

Eye could reveal serious health disorder

... eye's blood vessels, it is likely that person has thinning arteries elsewhere, Rosen said. Many other potentially fatal diseases can be first detected in the eye. Leukaemia can start with a small haemorrhage in the eye, leading to leaking blood vessels. This symptom is also linked to diabetes, which, if un...

New Fast Self Cholesterol Test!

...Not for use by haemophiliacs or those taking blood thinning medicines. One out of every 2 men and 1 out of every 3 women develop heart disease. BUT EVERY 1% reduction in cholesterol equals a 2% reduction in heart attack risk.? The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute OXYVITA Limited the market leader ...

Hormones and the Skin: the Role Hormones Play as We Age

... acne is accompanied by hirsutism and hair loss or thinning hair, it could signal increased androgen productio...y begins to lower and women will begin to notice a thinning of their skin and loss of elasticity. "As we age, the skin often becomes drier and more sensitive ...

Rescuing Injured Hearts by Enhancing Regeneration

...he hearts of uninjured rats. They also had reduced thinning of the cardiac wall and the least amount of scarring. Rats receiving only the p38 MAP kinase inhibitor had increased proliferation of cardiomyocytes, but no longer had improved heart function at three months. Those receiving only FGF1 maintained th...

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