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Controversial deal on public access of the human genome map

...mally or not, enabling one to screen babies in the womb for diseases, and device specific advancements against many hereditary diseases and remedies for crippling ailments. While it is customary to make the results of such ground-breaking research available for unrestricted public access, Celeron Genomic...

Birth weight key factor in heart diseases

...urther. This is because of poor nourishment in the womb which probably makes a foetus divert resources from muscle development to the brain. So, the lightweight baby will have a tendency to put on fat after birth and develop a body type prone to heart disease.Barker says this highlights the fact that i...

Miscarriage linked to late embryos

...ed eggs can attach themselves to the lining of the womb anywhere from six to 12 days after ovulation, the researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences found.But most successful pregnancies implant eight, nine or ten days after the egg's release from the ovary, with those implan...

Vaginosis increases risk of miscarriage

...he womb, causing inflammation of the lining of the womb and releasing various chemicals which causes the blood vessels to constrict, effectively starving the fertilised egg of vital nutrients....

Balanced diet important in cancer prevention

...to a range of cancers - oesophagal, bowel, breast, womb and kidney. In addition, excess alcohol increases the risk of oesophagal, liver and throat cancers. Taking more exercise will help you ward off cancer - and fruits and vegetables have been shown to reduce the risk, independent of other factors. Givin...

Safety of soy under suspicion

...le rats exposed to high levels of genistein in the womb grew up to have larger prostate glands and smaller...g it. These results indicated that exposure in the womb and during breast feeding has the biggest impact. The researchers also found that the male rats expo...

Secret behind Babies soft skin

...he substance that protects an infant's skin in the womb is a natural moisturizer, wound-healer and antiseptic. The greasy, white secretion, called vernix, develops at about 27 weeks of gestation. Babies born early at 32 to 33 weeks are covered with vernix. However those born full-term may have lost vernix...

Drugs Taken During Pregnancy Found To Affect Unborn Babies

... Studies involving infants exposed to SSRIs in the womb have shown few ill effects, so most doctors believ...rences. They found infants exposed to SSRIs in the womb were more likely to have had a shorter gestational age, and were also more likely to suffer from a r...

The Harmful Effects Of Cigarette Smoke

... from a study show long-term smoke exposure in the womb and after birth increases the risk of airway disor...whose parents had allergies, smoke exposure in the womb that continued after birth significantly increased the risk of allergic sensitization to inhalant al...

High-Protein Diet Found To Reduce Fertility

...tion affects subsequent embryo implantation in the womb and development of the fetus. They found that a di...he high-protein diet developed into fetuses in the womb only 65 percent of the time compared to 81 percent in the control group. Of all of the embryos in t...

Identifying The Risks Of Developing Schizophrenia

... study suggests exposure to influenza while in the womb may put infants at risk of developing schizophrenia later on in life.//Researchers say prenatal exposure to the flu meaning the infant is exposed to the virus because the mother has contracted the disease leads to an increased risk of schizophrenia. ...

Avoiding Drugs During Pregnancy

...ing infants exposed to anti –depressants // in the womb have shown few ill effects, so most doctors believ...rences. They found infants exposed to SSRIs in the womb were more likely to have had a shorter gestational age, and were also more likely to suffer from a r...

Plastic to cause breast cancer

...s in the mammary gland development of the fetus in womb enough to cause breast cancer to the baby in her a...the study said that exposure to bisphenol-A in the womb can be detrimental to the growth of a healthy fetus. Such exposure had been seen to make the breast ...

Harmful chemicals change the genetic response to hormone estrogen

...n individual from harmful drugs while still in the womb of the mother. Researchers feel that the study shows how environmental changes along with changed genetic responses increase the risk of cancer. The study in this regard may help the medical practioners to understand which patients are more likely t...

Developmental Origins of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

...as revealed that the way a baby girl develops in a womb may adversely affect// chances of developing polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCO) as adults. Dr Michael Davies, senior researcher at the Research Center of Reproductive Health at the University of Adelaide, Australia headed this study. Dr Davies and his...

Roots of polycystic ovarian syndrome traced to mother’s wom

How the daughters develop in their mother’s womb can be an indication of how they may be at risk// from developing polycystic ovarian syndrome. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition that affects about 10% of the women in the childbearing age. This condition is characterized by high levels of ...

Exposure to cigarette smoke when in the womb can lead to asthma

...en, who are exposed to passive smoking when in the womb of the mother, may have asthma at a later age.// Researchers of the study had conducted an 11-year observation of incidence of asthma and other respiratory diseases in Norway said that maternal smoking is significantly related to incidence of asthm...

Skin tests confirms cancer

... other types of tumours, particularly those of the womb and the ovary....

Womb may have impact upon Blood Pressure

... set to a considerable degree by conditions in the womb and proposes that programming may start earlier in...onger thigh bones. Understanding how life in the womb influences later health has become a hot area of medical research. It has focused mostly on the effe...

Birth Defects Caused By Drugs Used For Epilepsy

... children exposed to sodium valproate while in the womb are more likely to have IQ scores lower than 69 and more likely to suffer from memory problems than unexposed children. This retrospective study highlights the potential harmful effects of sodium valproate exposure in utero on neuropsychological dev...

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