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Outrage Against Gay PartnersInCrime Kept Together

...han the system was designed for and that creates a whole range of problems in being able to manage any prisoners, let alone prisoners such as Urquhart and Wheeler," he says. "So from our point of view it's vitally important that the government moves urgently to build new facilities." Opposition justice...

US Drugmaker Slapped Huge Fine for Misleading Doctors Over Addictive Painkiller

...tained effect. The drug is meant to be swallowed whole and digested over 12 hours. It was later found that the pills can produce a heroin-like high if crushed and then swallowed, snorted or injected. According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), the number of deaths linked to the use of OxyContin ju...

Mediterranean Diet Could Help to Prevent COPD

...s: those who ate a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, whole grains and fish (Mediterranean diet); and those who ate a diet rich in processed foods, refined sugars, and cured and red meats (Western diet). The Mediterranean diet was associated with a 50% lower risk of developing COPD than the Western diet, ev...

Furious Reaction to insensitive Caption of the Picture of Abandoned Baby Girl

... of just discarding the child, and it may be for a whole range of very good reasons. Now she's obviously young, she's obviously scared, clearly the police and the authorities want to get her back into the circuit, not only to make sure she is in good health, but there might be some reconciliation with th...

Check Your Physiology Before You Choose A Diet

...ola oil, and encouraged to eat vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans and nuts, he says. These kinds of carbohydrates are considered low on the glycemic index scale, which ranks their effect on blood glucose levels. They are believed to stabilize blood sugar after a meal, lower the hormone insulin and ...

New Substance Use Prevention Program Being Developed

... to prevent unhealthy behaviors from starting in a whole new generation," said URI President Robert L. Carothers. "This is a new program that will take place in Rhode Island's middle schools, and it is one more example of the way in which the work of the University is changing the lives of thousands in thi...

AMA Warns Of Healthy Food Labels Danger

...erns. The AMA advocates a varied diet of fresh, whole foods, Dr Yong said. FSANZ should regulate for food labels that help consumers understand what is in a particular food and allow for easier comparison of foods, he said. For example, labels should truthfully identify the sugar, fat, or salt con...

Survey Shows That Patients Have Trust and Confidence in Their Doctors

...ibility. They also reflect the improvements of the whole healthcare team, so often led by doctors. We need to build on these results. Consultants always wish to achieve more for their patients, but the truth is innovative and progressive practices are often held back by the overwhelming focus on finance....

Soy Products a Double-edged Sword for Breast Cancer

...ts that can reduce the negative outcomes. When the whole food is consumed you get a very different effect t...ts to a very simple truth, Helferich said that the whole soybean is healthier than many of its individual chemical parts. That raw food can be consumed fo...

Functional Foods Must Be Monitored to Assess Their Long-term Safety and Effectiveness

...ted cholesterol levels. Within the population as a whole these people are often unaware of their cholesterol level. It therefore follows say the writers that these enriched foods may only be eaten by people with much higher levels of cholesterol, who know they have a problem and are thus more likely to be ...

New Electro-chemical Biosensor to Check Food Contamination

...sor has a sensitivity of 1 microgram per litre for whole milk, while the legislation allows a maximum of 100 micrograms per litre. Due to the ease of use of this sensor and its portability, the technique can be used in situ for quantitative analysis of the presence of atrazine, as well as that of other h...

Adolescents Brains Fully Develop Between 10-12 Years

...ngle point in time, averaging the performance of a whole population. We dont know whether everyones performance improves more slowly in adolescence, or whether some children continue to improve while others do not, or whether our standard tests can measure what really changes in adolescence, she notes. A...

Diabetes And Indigenous Australians

...s Prof ODea. Healthy diets based on lean meats, whole grains and fresh fruit and vegetables are much more costly. Prof ODea suggests several areas in which practical interventions may make a difference, including improving the nutritional status of infants and pregnant mothers, preventing and managin...

Floida to Electronically Track Alzheimers Patients

... it raises serious ethical considerations. "This whole medical trial ... really raises some pretty important issues about informed consent," said Katherine Albrecht, the founder of the advocacy group Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering. Albrecht is concerned that Alzheimer's pa...

Teenage Self Confidence Can Translate Later into Material Wealth

...tors or lawyers, a positive self-concept matters a whole lot more than if your parents are roofers or employees in a fast-food restaurant, Judge said. Judge believes the effects of self-esteem and socio-economic background on income are particularly timely with todays growing income disparity between the...

Scientists Use Gene Therapy to Reverse Heart Failure in Animals

...und this in both individual heart cells and in the whole animal as well. The researchers also discovered that the S100A1 gene therapy changed the geometry of the heart. In heart failure, the heart tends to increase in size. The added S100A1 slowed down this process and actually reversed it. According t...

Five Servings of Fruits, Vegetables a Day Not Mandatory

...ll still get the right amount of nutrients. "The whole idea that you must meet some vitamin and mineral targets every day of your life is a marketing myth," she said. Collins's advice flies in the face of Britain's Five A Day campaign which encourages people to eat five pieces of fruit and vegetables eve...

US Consumers Warned Against Toxic Chinese Fish

...tions in the lips and tongue, then tingling in the whole face and the extremities, followed by numbness. Further symptoms include: headache, problems with balance, too much saliva, feeling nauseous, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain. If you get these symptoms you should see a doctor immediately and...

Global Heartbeat Control Suggests Therapy for Beating Heart Failure

... but we've revealed two receptors that control the whole setup. That's what's really new." The orphan nuclear receptor known as ERR was known to scientists as a key regulator in the production of cellular power plants called mitochondria, the researchers explained. But whether ERR or related ERR receptor...

Soft Drink Additive Could Cause Cell Damage

...arts to malfunction very seriously. And there is a whole array of diseases that are now being tied to damag... of neuro-degenerative diseases, but above all the whole process of ageing." But drinks manufacturers argue that sodium benzoate has been approved for use ...

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