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WORM! WORM! all the way

...ients did so well on the therapy they were able to throw away their other drugs, including steroids, which can have serious side effects. The symptoms returned when the patients stopped drinking the mixture said Weinstock, professor of internal medicine. The importance of contact with environmental organi...

Omega-3 fatty acids impair immunity

...d more likely to die. This doesn't mean you should throw away your supplements, but be aware that very large doses may compromise your ability to fight infection - especially if you have reason to believe your immune system isn't as strong as it might be. The researchers are trying to better understand how...

Pen-nibbling addiction

...ered, eat the top, chew the ink cartridge and then throw what remained in the bin. It took only one session of hypnotherapy at a local clinic to cure him. “Basically, we jumbled up the sequence of his habit in his head to break the cycle,” said Andy Cripps, the hypnothrapist....

Men happy to take contraception

...d before the end of the year. But women shouldn't throw away their pill prescriptions just yet. Pharmaceutical companies are not rushing to put a product on the market, and it is unlikely to appear in the next year or so, said Dr Weston. However, he hopes the survey will disprove the perception that ther...

Arsenic May Have Been Responsible For The Madness Of King George III Of England

...this report this week and at last has been able to throw light on the reason for the madness of the famous English King George III. The study reports to have found high concentrations of arsenic in a sample of King George III’s hair and this may have been the main contributory factor. Prof. Martin Warren ...

Genetic failure in cloned animals

...e turns out to be faulty or have defects, you just throw it away. But you can't do this with entire organisms" that have arisen from cloning....

Exubera could mean the end of an insulin injection era for diabetics

...ave people rush to the this product saying, `I can throw away my syringes` ... is simply an incorrect message and that needs to be emphasized more,' said Dr. Paul D. Woolf, chief of medicine at Crozer Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pa., and acting chair of the advisory panel. I think the use of insulin ...

‘Marriage Squabbles’ bad for both Emotional and Physical Wound

...lity was longer than half hour. This finding may throw some light on why do chronic wounds e.g. skin ulcers do not heal. If this study I further validated than psychological component may be needed to treat chronic ailments including chronic wounds. They found the hostile relationships produced a diffe...

Charlotte Church Warns kiss n tell girls not to flirt with Henson

...e come to London, all these wannabe glamour models throw themselves at him and I think, 'If you don't ***ing move off him in a minute, I'll have you, Femalefirst quoted her, as telling Britain's Now magazine. There was one girl who came up to Gavin, smiling, flicking her hair and touching him I asked he...

Mirror Neurons Connected To Autism

...hildren. The research on mirror neurons may also throw light upon the subject as to how languages emerged among human beings. Mirror neurons are also capable of imitating violence. In the case of a heart attack in a human being, about 1.9 million neurons die in a single minute, and delayed treatment can ...

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

... prove this point, several myths abound // . Let’s throw some light on how one can effectively shed the extra weight, and dispel famous myths to reveal underlying truths! Body weight is equated as input versus output. Weight gain happens when calorie intake exceeds calories expended. The extra calories are...

Sex Spell Lasts Two Years Graduating To 'Cuddles' Companionship

... are high in pregnant and lactating mothers, which throw light on the reasons for desire to cuddle and communicate with a loved one. University of Pavia also conducted a Parallel research that found levels of a chemical conduit called Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), elevated by romantic vigor. When the time of...

Momentum of Stem cell research impeded by legal challenges

...flicts of interest. The judge though declined to throw out the suits, ruled out all the challenges that have blocked the progress of the research as unconstitutional....

Adventure Enthusiasts, Risk Takers and Those Living on the Edge, Good News Coming Your Way

... The groups’ responded to questions that sought to throw light on their personality traits and behavior also including preferences on beverage and habits. The findings of the study revealed that patients with Parkinson’s had low scores in risk taking behavior parameter and in those associated with sensati...

Women, Exercise and Colon Cancer

...al Journal of Cancer on February 17, 2006 tries to throw some light on the link between colon cancer and the level of physical activity in women. // The prospective cohort study of 31,783 American women has found no such link. Experts felt that since exercise is known to alter the production of prostagla...

Misconceptions Put AIDS Patients In Tight-Spot

...t go to her parents either, fearing "they too will throw me out of home". Celina now lives alone in a rented home and is employed with a Delhi-based self-help group that works for the betterment of HIV positive people. A humanities graduate, she manages to earn enough to sustain herself. "I have gone th...

Poor Quality of Cabin Air in the Plane Can Cause DVT, After A Long Flight

...dy in today's issue of the Lancet journal seems to throw up plausible risk factors risk factors. Low cabin air pressure and poor oxygenation can increase the risk of deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) in passengers who are prone to this problem, according to the study. The airlines, though, beg to differ on this ...

A great hope for quitters of smoking by researchers

... conventional wisdom is that people trying to quit throw away their cigarettes and immediately replace them with a nicotine substitute, such as nicotine patches or chewing gum. Recent studies point that the earlier use of a nicotine substitute might improve the chances of a person staying smoke free. This ...

ADB To Provide Resources For Combating Bird Flu

...ple - would cost Asia $297 billion in one year and throw the world economy into recession. --Edited IANS...

Fruit And Vegetable Peels Are Rich Source Of Potent Antioxidants

... have a second thought next time, when you want to throw away those peels that fights against aging and keeps you young. As reported in foodconsumer.org the sales of functional foods containing antioxidants have soared in the United States to $2.7 billion in 2003. Top of the pops are vitamins C and E, so...

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