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Embryo Protection Law in Germany

...rse to kill embryos after they have implanted in a womans womb, than it is to take embryos before implantation, when they are no more than a collection of cells, freeze any surplus embryos and transfer no more than one or two embryos at one time. It is best that only those with the highest implantation pote...

Influenza Virus Samples of 1918

... for more than 75 years. The permafrost plus the womans ample fat stores kept the virus in her lungs so well preserved that when a team of scientists exhumed her body in the late 1990s, they could recover enough viral RNA to sequence the 1918 strain in its entirety. This remarkable good fortune enabled th...

Vaginal Bacteria Vary Among Healthy Women

... ecosystem, we will be able to better understand a womans risk to disease and individual health care needs, and assist doctors and women to make more informed decisions about health issues and treatment plans. Its important for us to understand that the bacterial landscape in vaginas is different in diffe...

Exercise Reduces Fracture in Men

...use. But it is wrong to think of osteoporosis as a womans disease. Osteoporotic fractures are a risk for men too. Karl Michaelsson and colleagues at University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden, report research in which over 2000 men were asked, during 1970 to 1973, about the amount of physical activity they took...

Women With Atypia Nearly Eight Times More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer

...s up-and-coming model that seeks to identify every womans risk more accurately and to tailor screening and risk-reduction measures to women depending on their individual risks....

Breast Cancer Outcomes in the Family

...nal Multi-Generation Register. They found that a womans breast cancer prognosis predicts the survival of her first-degree relatives with breast cancer. Mothers surviving breast cancer after five years, had daughters with a 91 percent chance of surviving the disease. But only 87 percent of daughters whose ...

IVF Tourism Marred by Ethical Differences in EU

...mum number of embryos that can be transferred to a womans womb also differ widely, despite the scientific consensus that the safest policy is to limit implants. Professor Pennings told the conference that there is 'a general move to former East European centers because of the lower financial costs and tow...

Treatment of Premature Babies, Opossums Could Help

...cterium, Chlamydia trachomatis, which can damage a womans reproductive organs. Even though symptoms of chlamydia are usually mild or absent, serious complications that cause irreversible damage, including infertility, can occur 'silently' before a woman ever recognizes a problem. Chlamydia also can cause di...

Its the Face and Not the Body That Grips the Attention of the Opposite Sex

...similar when it came to men, as 47 percent rated a womans overall attractiveness by her looks, while 32 percent rated her on her body. As for why women tend to focus more on the face, well according to the researchers thats because the face, being a mirror to the soul, gives women emotional cues which are...

List of Compounds That Causes Breast Cancer Identified

...r late 30s to early 50s. Genes can manipulate a womans risk of breast cancer significantly and women with changes in either the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes have a seven-time greater risk of breast cancer, the US National Cancer Institute estimates. Genetic factors by themselves, however, cannot elucidate the ...

Female Reproductive Function Influenced by Childhood Environment

...higher hormone levels could potentially increase a womans ability to conceive. Lead author Dr Alejandra Nez de la Mora, UCL Department of Anthropology, said: "The findings point to the period before puberty as a sensitive phase when changes in environmental conditions positively impact on key developmenta...

Sleep Apnea Increases Risk of Diabetes and Hypertension in Pregnant Women

...pnea, especially during the third trimester when a womans weight is greatest, Dr. Youssef explains. When a mothers oxygen level drops at night, it may also affect the oxygen level of the fetus, and we dont know what the long-term effects are. Thats why its important for a pregnant woman with sleep apnea to ...

Skinny Girl-bands are Making Detrimental Impact on Teenage Girls

...rs who fear that by promoting an ideal for what a womans figure should look like, they are having a detrimental impact on teenage girls. Researchers from the universities of Leeds and Sussex conducting a new study on the impact of such groups where all the band-members are skinny, found that watching suc...

Shoe Shopping Augments Health of Fairer Sex!

...has found that buying a pair of high heels makes a womans heart beat as fast as if she has just had a gruel...n and found that trying on a pair of heels makes a womans pulse rate nearly double to 120 beats per minute. And, this is not just a one off thing, for the ...

Selection of Best X Chromosome in Women

...ans that in an early stage in the development of a womans fertilised egg the cells need to silence one of those two X chromosomes. This process is crucial to survival and problems with the process are related to serious genetic diseases. Both X chromosomes in a cell have a suicide gene called XIST which, ...

Research Shows How Women Deal With the Stress When Trying for a Baby!

...2 and early detection of such problems increases a womans chances of getting pregnant. The earlier potential...n reserve is outside the normally expected level a womans ability to conceive may be decreased. The results are available in 30 minutes which means that you d...

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