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Mortality increased in Sporting enthusiasts!

...quired and needs monitoring. So next time you are watching your favourite game “Keep your Cool!” ...

Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate

... sure to reach higher temperatures very soon. Keep watching this space for more juicy stories on the latest developments....

Keep guilt off

...cored 9 for pleasure and 6 for guilt; drinking and watching television both scored 7 for pleasure and 5 for guilt.According to Dr Lowe, those students who felt the most guilt and least pleasure had the lowest levels of IgA. Dr Lowe said the results suggested that: "people who report high pleasure and low guil...

Altering genes through calories

...changes in mouse genes.Even those averse to weight watching might have their cake and eat it if researchers can find drugs that mimic dieting’s effects. Cutting calories is known to increase lifespan and reduce age-related disease in experimental mammals. Researchers at the University of California, Riversid...

TV drug commercials prompt prescriptions

...escription for the drug they saw advertised. After watching a commercial for an asthma drug, about a quarter of viewers came away with the mistaken impression that there are drugs that can be used to replace an asthma inhaler. The study was conducted by interviewing 1,872 people who watched a series of comm...

Needle free future for diabetics

...ready looking extremely promising. Meanwhile, keep watching this space - for iontophoresis is also being developed as a drug delivery system....

Gardeners, Beware of your back!

... people became inspired to take up gardening after watching TV and since they did not have a proper plan and adequate knowledge on how to lift weights properly or what types of exercises are required before taking up gardening, they usually land up with back problems. While many believed that lying down and r...

Reduce watching TV to prevent Obesity and Diabetes

...ype 2 diabetes. In a survey conducted in the US TV watching results in a lower metabolic rate when compared to...s, reading, writing or driving a car. Prolonged TV watching is also linked to obesity in children. The health campaigns are focussed on increasing exercise and ...

Better Prostate Cancer Test

...nce, but says it’s nothing compared to the pain of watching his father die from prostate cancer. "For me, that was an enormous incentive to go through the experience," he says. All of Miles' biopsies were negative. And they’re negative for as many as 75 percent of men who have them. Now, instead of having ...

Pain of Denial Compared to Physical Pain

... round of Cyberball, students were limited to only watching the game. During round two, their playmates began tossing them the ball. After 40 throws, however, the other players began ignoring the student with no warning. During the rounds when students did not participate in the game, fMRI scans showed high ...

Lack of Exercise Found To Lead To Obesity In Kids

.... Also, researchers found overweight boys reported watching more minutes of television than normal weight boys...ent on sedentary behaviors like computer games and watching TV may equal, and even exceed, diet quality as important contributors to overweight in adolescence....

Full time workers are less health conscious than part time workers

...less time for leisure, which is generally spend in watching television, play video games or sit in front of the computer. These seem to be the three most performed leisure activities for people who worked for eight hours or more. Part time workers on the other hand are more health conscious as they engage i...

Surgery for early stage prostate cancer is better than waiting

...of prostate cancer benefits the patients more than watching and waiting the cancer in the prostate gland to de... the surgery. Researchers are of the opinion that watching the patient in the early stages of prostate cancer and waiting for it to spread before conducting pr...

Indian And Danish Research Agencies To Work Together For Osteoporosis

...hairman Helle Bechgaard said: "IFU had been keenly watching the rapid growth in the biotech sector globally, but more especially in India through our office in New Delhi over the past two years. "We have made this strategic investment in Avesta Nordic because we believe in its platform and the huge potential...

International Osteoporosis Research Centre To Be Started In India.

...hairman Helle Bechgaard said: "IFU had been keenly watching the rapid growth in the biotech sector globally, but more especially in India through our office in New Delhi over the past two years. "We have made this strategic investment in Avesta Nordic because we believe in its platform and the huge potential...

Stop Watching TV: Toddler Development Affected

... again thought ways to deter their toddlers// from watching TV. These days there is a flood of TV channels, bu...c that can help them justify barring children from watching TV. Other than helping them for educational purposes, it harms the cognitive development. A study ...

Hearing Problems Of Middle Age Are Affecting The Younger Generation

...complain that you turn up the volume too much when watching television or listening to music? 4) Do you have difficulty following conversation in a noisy environment? 5) Do you avoid groups of people because of hearing difficulty? 6) Have your friends or family suggested you might have hearing loss? Stude...

Breastfeeding Lowers Maternal Stress

...ul situations that ranged from emotional stress of watching a video of lost and hurt children to situations like public speaking and solving mathematical problems. Researchers calculated the level of stress as the amount of the stress hormone cortisol being present in their saliva. The research findings show...

Hope For Patients With Muscular Dystrophy

... no ill effects from the mutation, but doctors are watching him closely as he grows up. The original research on the myostatin gene was conducted by researchers in 1997. They found “knocking out” the gene produced mice with muscles that were twice as large as those of their normal siblings. Doctors believe ...

Safe Neighborhood Means Less TV For Preschool Children

...ily, with children in neighborhoods thought unsafe watching approximately 10 percent more TV (about 20 minutes a day) than children in neighborhoods perceived as safer. Obesity prevalence and outdoor playtime did not differ significantly between children in safe and unsafe neighborhoods. The lead researcher ...

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