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Mental growth in babies at risk

...nter, or auditory cortex, in a growing rat's brain undergoes swift and radical reorganisation// when subjected to continuous noise. Moreover the researchers found that the auditory cortex took longer than normal to mature. Since all mammals share similar basic patterns of brain development they are likely to ...

Effective Screening Required to Rule out Prostate Cancer

...xam and prostate specific antigen (PSA) when a man undergoes a prostate cancer screening.//But doctors say there are other risk factors that could play a role. Researchers from Chicago and The Johns Hopkins Medical Institution investigated how to develop a model to accurately determine the risk of prostate can...

Brain cells associated with insomnia and obesity

...ness ness and overeating. The more stress the body undergoes on a routine basis, lower goes the threshold for excitability of these cells. The cells, which have hypocretin neurons that correlate with the arousal and alertness, have been found in a excitable condition in mice with a unique organization of inp...

Influenza Avian Flu strain has become more contagious and dangerous.

...egarding the mutation of the virus, if these virus undergoes mutation there are chances of the virus spreading from person to person causing a pandemic disease, which will kill millions of people across the world. Medindia on Avian flu – Further Information: Avian Influenza: Avian influenza (AI) or Bi...

Good News For Those Suffering From Excessive Sweating

... that result from excessive sweating that a person undergoes to maintain the body temperature. Patients suffering from this condition may sweat up to four times more than the average person sweats. The condition is often a cause of embarrassment to the patient and may affect his quality of lif....

Dysfunctional Families Affect The Mental Health Of The Child

...he University of Alberta has revealed that a child undergoes the maximum damage with regard to its mental health before its parents divorce. //The study does not advocate remaining together for the sake of the child either. More attention should be paid to the child while the divorce proceedings are going on r...

Telomerase Vital In Maintaining Ability of Stem Cell to Multiply

...designed to protect chromosomes. Every time a cell undergoes division, the chromosome ends shorten ultimately exposing the genetic information in the stem cell and preventing further division. But a protein called telomerase prevents this from happening and thus cells can divide "n" number of times. In the cur...

Book Seeks To Rehabilitate Soldiers

...y members, employers, and their families. A person undergoes tremendous change after fighting in a battlefield, and // returning to normal civilian life again can be very difficult. The book is named ‘Courage After Fire’, and it is aimed to be of service to about 1 million war veterans who put in service in...

A great hope for quitters of smoking by researchers

...nce. It has been proposed that the stress a person undergoes when giving up cigarettes, coupled with the burden of remembering to use alternative methods of nicotine delivery, is too much too soon. If a person first becomes used to the patch or gum, it might make the transition to being smoke free easier becau...

Alcohol Intake During Pregnancy Is Bad For The Baby’s Hear

...h FASD. This is similar to the experience that one undergoes when he travels across a varied number of time zones from east to west. Some people will get accustomed to it quickly, and some will not, and may even experience some physical problems or illness because of effects on their immune system. This can ...

Testtube Babies Born in Kenya

...e uterus via the vagina and cervix. The woman oten undergoes at least 2 weeks of uncertainty before she returns to the lab for her pregnancy test. The average success of an IVF cycle is often only some 20 to 30 percent. Its major complication is the development of multiple births mainly due to the practice ...

Arthritis of the Knee Can be Helped by Exercise and Mobility

...s with arthritis of this weight-bearing joint that undergoes wear and tear with age. Oseoarthritis of the knee is by far the commonest problem related to the joints in the aging population of the world. The knee exercises advocated include walking, stationary cycling and strength training Self help area ...

A New break Through In Surgery May Help In Faster Recovery Of Patients

...a Hospital explained that almost every patient who undergoes surgery comes out of it suffering symptoms similar to dehydration. They said that they now use a procedure that uses an ultrasonic probe to make sure there is enough fluid in the body. Doctors claim the average patients recover 20% faster using the n...

Pre Implantation Genetic Haplotyping to Identify 6,000 Inherited Diseases

...ryo. Then the DNA is extracted from the cell which undergoes the process of multiple displacement amplification to replicate the DNA. Then they blood samples from family members, including at least one person affected by the disease is collected and the DNAs are compared. It is possible to identify the region...

Money Spent On Cancer worth Every Penny

...nds. A patient after the diagnosis has been made undergoes mental turmoil and suffering. But the job of centres such as the Cancer Care Cymru is to drag them back out of that hole and to give them the support and encouragement they need plus the treatment and care, to enable them to the live with cancer. Ca...

Gene Responsible For Mammary Gland Function, When Mutated Results in Leukemias

...mias. // This gene results in leukemia only if it undergoes mutation and fuses with another gene. The discovery of the normal function of this gene suggests that drugs used to inhibit the activity of its mutated form might be used in leukemia patients with few serious side effects, the researchers said. A rep...

Eastern UP hit by killer virus – Coxsacki

...This means that it is not caused by mosquitoes and undergoes man to man transmission,” he revealed. In spite of this the state health department is being serious about it. Dr B Nath said, “We will wait for the National Institute of Virology, Pune to confirm the SGPGI reports. Only then we will draw a stra...

Bird-Flu Vaccine to go for second round of testing on humans

...ethal H5N1 strain. It is required that the vaccine undergoes three phases of trial before being considered safe for administration. In the first round, nearly 120 people got the vaccination shots, which did not trigger any adverse reaction, except for mild fever in few cases, an acceptable reaction to any v...

A New ‘face’ in Life?

...said, 'There will be no regrets for the person who undergoes this operation. I wish them all the luck in the world. I have been saved. It's wonderful. It's a miracle somehow.' Professor Bernard Devauchelle, one of the surgeons who executed the partial transplant in Amiens, northern France, said 'She feels ho...

Growth Hormone and Its Benefits on Women

... results in building muscle and bone. When a woman undergoes a vigorous and intense weight training programme, it results in heavier secretion of growth hormone. Apart from helping them build muscle and bone, the growth hormone helps women in a good metabolism, aids them combat stress related issues and assist...

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