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Calcium Intake Reduces Occurrence of Pre- Eclampsia

A review of 12 different studies showed that 1 gram of calcium supplement taken during pregnancy is very effective in reducing the risk of suffering from pre-eclampsia// by 50%. The study was carried out by the Cochrane Collaboration and it found that calcium supplements cuts the risk of this c...

Vitamin C reverses pre eclampsia

The multiple uses of vitamin C notwithstanding, British researchers have added another feather to the vitamin’s cap!! It is now said that vitamin C reverses pre eclampsia in pregnant women. Pre eclampsia is one of the leading contributors to complications in childbirth and in late stages of pr...

Leptin and inflammatory cytokines in women with pre-eclampsia

Recent research shows that in women with pre-eclampsia, the level of maternal serum leptin is increased and correlates positively with the level of inflammatory cytokines, TNF-á//. The research was conducted at University Hospital of Puerto Real, Cadiz, Spain to compare maternal serum leptin co...

Preeclampsia May Stem From Malformed Proteins

...reatment for preeclampsia. More information The U.S. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development has more about preeclampsia and eclampsia . -- Robert Preidt SOURCE: Yale University, news release, Jan. 30, 2009 ...

Preeclampsia in Pregnancy Boosts Future Health Risks

...ular disease and diabetes. More information The U.S. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development has more about preeclampsia and eclampsia . -- Robert Preidt SOURCE: Yale University, news release, Jan. 29, 2009 ...

Research May Help Predict Preeclampsia

... urine, known as "proteinuria." It can lead to a severe complication called eclampsia that causes the women to convulse. eclampsia can permanently damage a woman's vital organs and, without treatment, lead ...

Novel Test Promises to Save Babies from ‘testing’ Tims

...at the presence of a particular protein in the urine of a pregnant woman is an indication of the woman’s propensity to develop pre-eclampsia. Pre eclampsia is a condition in which a defective placenta causes the blood pressure to rise abnormally leading to complications and kidney problems in the pregnant...

Protein Molecules in blood predict preeclampsia development

...ions as blindness, cerebral palsy, and learning disabilities. In such instances, physicians are forced to weigh the mother's risk of severe disease or eclampsia against the consequences of preterm birth for the baby. In the current study, the researchers present strong evidence that an imbalance of two pro...

Dads to blame for longer pregnancies

...r factors that are responsible for the findings. Professor Andrew Calder, a consultant obstetrician at the University of Edinburgh, claimed that pre eclampsia could be one such factor and that there was also no information as to how many women were induced before they reached 42 weeks. ...

The winter worry

... National Institute of Public Health in Oslo say there are wide range //of possible explanations for the seasonal fluctuation. In Ghana, more cases of eclampsia - the more advanced and potentially dangerous form of the disease - happen in the rainy season. Pre-eclampsia is caused by a defect in the place...

Mystery behind Preeclampsia uncovered

...This dangerous complication of pregnancy affects 10% of all first pregnancies. If untreated, this can worsen into a life threatening condition called eclampsia in which a women has convulsive seizures during pregnancy. The research was led by Dr.Valerian E.Kagan of the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania....
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