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I Would Sob After Meeting Young Prostitutes: Judd

...one boy or man, abused and mistreated to me is the whole world being abused and mistreated. And I have gone to my hotel room at night and I have cried and cried and cried." Judd told NDTV's Prannoy Roy that she prefers fighting for women who are sexually exploited to being a celebrity. "I much prefer in ...

Nandigram Killings Lead to Depression Among Many

... "It is a very socially disturbing event. The whole episode might have happened in a single locality but it had an intense impact on the society. The magnitude of the ruthlessness is now haunting many people even in Kolkata," said one of the city's consultant psychiatrists, Siladitya Roy. He said...

UF Launches Project to Bridge the Regeneration Gap

...are able to renew tissues, organs and even restore whole limbs while other related animals are not. Even within a single organism, we find that some tissues have a far more robust ability to replenish and replace cells than others. Yet we do not understand the bases for these differences." The gift from ...

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Affect Risk of Depression, Inflammation

...f omega-3 to have some impact. It might not take a whole lot to have a significant clinical impact,” Belury said. The researchers are now starting a larger, more comprehensive randomized and controlled trial of omega-3 in adults between the ages of 50 and 80 in hopes of testing the questions raised in th...

Multiple Regions of the Brain Locate Pain

...nts in the right direction.” Coghill agreed. “A whole network of brain areas were lighting up while subj...volved in determining pain location. It gives us a whole new conceptual framework for thinking about spatial aspects of pain.” He said the study suggests ...

Autistic Children can Interpret Mental States by Facial Expressions: Research

...saw the eyes in isolation or in the context of the whole face. This indicates that autistic children do, in fact, make use of information from the eyes, a finding that contradicts prior studies. “Previous findings show that children and adolescents with autism may have difficulty reading mental states fr...

Transformed Pizzas- for Those Who Mix Health and Pleasure

...e antioxidant levels in pizza dough, Moore exposed whole grain pizza dough from two different varieties of ... were bound in the dough, Moore says.Although only whole wheat pizza was used in this study, it is possible that these same cooking factors — longer baking t...

Eat Berries, Prevent Colon Cancer

...g number of antioxidants in fruits, vegetables and whole grains that show potential for fighting colon cancer, this is believed to be the first study to demonstrate the cancer-fighting potential of pterostilbene against the disease, the scientists say. Their findings were described today at the 233rd natio...

Emboldened Warriors-Cancer Fighting Foods

...rostate cancer — A dietary component found in most whole grain foods, beans, nuts and other high-fiber items shows promise in animal studies as a potent weapon for preventing prostate cancer. The compound, inositol hexaphosphate (IP6), was fed to animal models of prostate cancer and resulted in up to a 66 ...

Triple ARV Prophylaxis Reduces Viral Load in Breast Milk

...s of breast milk, a recommendation was made to use whole milk, as it showed an equal sensitivity to skim milk, a greater sensitivity than the lipid layer, and processing is not required. The authors also point out a need for longer-term postpartum ARV pharmacokinetic studies and further data on the infant ...

Scientists Re-grow Dental Enamel from Cultured Cells

...e prospect of artificially growing enamel, or even whole teeth, using culturing and transplantation techniq...or missing enamel, and ultimately, regeneration of whole teeth. Source-Eurekalert...

Diagnosis Of Sjogren's Syndrome Possible Using Saliva

... healthy people, and found that saliva, especially whole saliva (that is, the combined saliva in the mouth, vs. saliva from the individual salivary glands), is informative for detecting patients with pSS. In addition, the proteomic and genomic profile of these markers reflects the damage to glandular ce...

Regulation Suggested For Private Medical Screening

...firms can range from a cheap cholesterol test to a whole body scan costing thousands of pounds. This might cause anxiety among the patients. Sir Grey also added that they are contemplating measures to control private testing as it is a low value activity which creates work for health service sector but m...

Improve School Ethos to Combat Teen Evils

...l. The UK government already recognises that the whole school environment has a key role in promoting young people's health. However, there is little evidence that current government initiatives aiming to make schools healthier are doing much to improve ethos. Improving school ethos to combat disaffectio...

Eat Fruits- Keep Diseases at Bay

...ietary data. Approximately 62% did not consume any whole fruit servings and 25% of participants reported eating no daily vegetable servings. There was no improvement in Americans?ˉ fruit consumption during this period and there was a small decrease in vegetable intake. In the article, Tiffany Gary, Ph...

New Non-toxic Therapies for Breast, Ovarian Cancers

...ow these cells grow and metastasize. It gives us a whole new target for therapy," says Assoc. Prof. of Medical Genetics and stem cell expert Kelly McNagny, co-senior principal investigator. "If we can block the protein, we may be able to stop the spread of cells." Post-doctoral Fellow Julie Nielsen, of ...

FDA Requests Label Change for All Sleep Disorder Drug Products

...e treatment of sleep disorders requesting that the whole class of drugs revise product labeling to include warnings about the following potential adverse events: · Anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction) and angioedema (severe facial swelling), which can occur as early as the first time the product is tak...

$1.5 Million Grant to Yale for Narcolepsy-Neurotransmitter Study

...two peptides. They came to this finding by using whole cell patch clamp recording, in which an ultra-thin glass pipette, like a very small straw, is used to record the electrical activity caused by movement of ions through channels in single nerve cells. Van den Pol said that these neurotransmitters ha...

‘Fingerprints’ to Track Common Infections in Childrn

...called a microarray, which contains probes for the whole human genome and measures which genes are turned on or off. In this study, researchers analyzed gene expression patterns in leukocytes from 29 children at Children’s known to have one of four common infections: flu (influenza A); staph (Staphylococ...

A New Pain Killer With Less Side Effects

...day or most days equating to ~10million across the whole UK. "Morphine produces its clinical effects by interaction with opioid receptors. In addition to acting as a pain killer this drug produces a number of unwanted side effects of importance from a clinical (e.g., depression of breathing, constipation...

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