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New Gene Identification Help Asthma Treatments

...eactions. However scientists said the challenge of translating geneticfindings into new treatments cannot be accomplished overnight....

Poor Preventive Measures Taken By Diabetics

...o the health care delivery system are essential to translating into practice the therapies that have been proven effective in reducing the risk of vascular disease in individuals with diabetes."...

Diabetics Should Adopt Better Preventive Measures

...o the health care delivery system are essential to translating into practice the therapies that have been proven effective in reducing the risk of vascular disease in individuals with diabetes."...

Soyfoods Are Ideal For The Heart

... a weighted average decrease of three percent LDL, translating to a 6 percent reduction in a person’s risk for developing heart disease. A recent meta-analysis of 33 studies involving more than 1,749 subjects, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, which showed that the addition of soy protein ...

Antibacterial Products Ensure Food Safety and Health

...costs to producers from $2.76 to $6.05 per animal, translating into increased consumer costs for pork from $180 million to over $700 million per year. ? A 10-year prospective analysis of a ban on feed additives for growth promotion for swine estimated that in the first year net profits would decrease $4.17 per...

A boon to the paralyzed -Brain Gate Neural Interface System

... system's safety and feasibility for detecting and translating brain activity from patients with paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury, brain stem stroke or muscular dystrophy and patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease). John Donoghue, PhD, a neuroscience professor and dir...

Researchers Find 'Secret Weapon' Used by SARS Virus

... interfere with host cells making messenger RNA or translating it into infection-fighting proteins, only one other virus is known to break down messenger RNA: herpes simplex virus (HSV). Makino credits lead author Wataru Kamitani, a UTMB postdoctoral research fellow, with noticing that the nsp1 protein had an ...

New And Improved Blood Test For TB Developed

... “Our work opens the door to further research into translating these findings to fast and reliable methods of detecting active TB infection that could have a major impact in global health.” Professor Sanjeev Krishna of the Center for Infection at St George's Hospital also added, “The next stage will be to use...

Potential Target for Leukemia Treatment

...Comprehensive Cancer Center, we are now focused on translating these findings into developing new ways to target the protein as a novel approach to treating hematological malignancy.” The development of mature white blood cells, including lymphocytes, is a highly complex process involving cell growth as well a...

Inhibition of Colorectal tumor growth by Grape seed extract

... seed extract, Agarwal said.As a first step toward translating their findings into the clinic, the research team now plans to determine the lowest effective, as well as the highest non-toxic doses, by which grape seed extract can offer anticancer benefit in mice. Source-Eurekalert GYT...

Turmeric prevents rheumatoid arthritis: US study

...lements. The significance, she explains, is that translating the results of trials such as these to clinical use depends on accurate information about the chemical content and biological activity of the botanical supplements available for use. This work paves the way for the pre-clinical and clinical trials ...

Watching With Intent to Repeat Ignites Key Learning Area of Brain

...t as a thermometer that shows how well a person is translating what they are observing into a motor program for later performance. “What appears vital is the intention of the observer rather than simply the visual stimulus that is being viewed,” Frey said. “If the goal is to be able to do what you are seeing, ...

Most Hospital Performance Measures for Heart Failure Not Linked to Improved Patient Outcomes

...ated goal of serving as a vehicle for more rapidly translating the strongest clinical evidence into practice, better methods for identifying and validating new performance measures may be needed. As this limited set of performance measures is being used to publicly report the quality of heart failure care delive...

Drug Therapy Offers Little Benefit for Some Patients Undergoing Angioplasty or Stent Procedure

...f pexelizumab in APEX underscores the challenge of translating promising experimental treatments for myocardial protection to the clinic,' the authors write. Source-JAMA...

Potential Key to Brain Blood-Flow Disorders Explored by Scientists

...ing information from a large number of neurons and translating this information into distinct physiological outcomes, including modulation of blood flow. In order to try and find out how neurons use astrocytes to communicate rapidly to blood vessels, the team of scientists at the University of Vermont employed...

Lost That Lovin' Feeling? Don't Blame the Pill

...have caused women to feel extremely uncomfortable, translating into decreased libido,’ noted Schaffir. ‘Also much less was known about the human sexual response at that time, which could have led to information based on opinion and not on fact.’ Schaffir made a critical assessment of the published information,...

Extra Cortisol Protects Women’s Mood Under Stres

...or a placebo. That 30 mg. dose is considered high, translating to a severe stressor. Experimenters tracked participant mood through self report, and measured their cortisol levels with a simple swab check of their saliva, before and after the psychosocial stress test. Participants were asked to give five-minu...

Irregular Heartbeat Linked to Genetic Mutation

... medicine in practice, highlighting the benefit of translating molecular technology into an understanding of disease processes in the clinical setting," says Andre Terzic, M.D., Ph.D., a cardiologist and senior author of the study. Source-Eurekalert...

U.S. Child Health System Needs Total Overhaul

... training future leaders and health professionals, translating research into policy and practice, and serving local, national and international communities. For more information, visit http://www.ph.ucla.edu. SRM...

Detection of Malignant Breast Tumors Made Simpler and More Effective

... absence of water.” Future studies will focus on translating the new compound to the clinic for human testing. It will likely be a few years before the compound is ready for use in human trials, according to Frangioni. Source-Eurkalert ANN...

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