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Drug commonly used for alcoholism, drug addiction, curbs urges of compulsive stealers

MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (April 1, 2009) It appears that a drug commonly used to treat alcohol and drug addiction has a similar effect on the compulsive behavior of kleptomaniacs it curbs their urge to steal, according to new research at the University of Minnesota. The Medical School's Departm...

Vigorous Treadmill Workout Curbs Appetite Hormones

U.K. researchers say findings may lead to more effective ways to control weight FRIDAY, Dec. 26 (HealthDay News) -- Aerobic exercise is better than non-aerobic activities at suppressing appetite, according to a U.K. study. The research involved 11 male university students who parti...

Leaner Coffee Creamer Boosts Metabolism and Curbs Appetite

Java Solutions Battles the Bulge with Hoodia and Bitter Orange LOS ANGELES, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Offering an alternative to fatty and unhealthy coffee creamers, Java Solutions today announces the launch of Leaner Coffee Creamer, a dairy-free coffee creamer to start your day off with a ...

Changing school environment curbs weight gain in children

Small changes in schools lead to big results when it comes to preventing childhood obesity, according to a study published in the April issue of Pediatrics. The school-based intervention, which reduced the incidence of overweight by 50 percent, offers a potential means of preventing childhood weig...

Blood pressure drug curbs brain damage from PTSD

PORTLAND, Ore. - A drug used to treat high blood pressure and enlargement of the prostate may protect the brain from damage caused by post-traumatic stress disorder, Alzheimer's disease, depression and schizophrenia. Prazosin, also prescribed as an antipsychotic medication, appears to block the...

Rural Work Ethic Curbs Elderly Heart Care

Research study at University of Alberta ,shows a strong work ethic and sense of place appear to influence how elderly rural Albertans with congestive heart failure manage their illness , in that these values may delay them from seeking help at critical times. Elders in our study tend to view...

Talcum Powder Curbs Lung Tumor Risk

GAINESVILLE, Fla. University of Florida researchers report the talcum powder stunts growth of metastatic lung tumors by cutting the flow of blood .The talc stimulates healthy cells to produce endostatin, a hormone considered the magic bullet for treating metastatic lung cancer. The UF researchers...

Breast Cancer Drug Curbs Heart Disease.

Duke University Medical drugs Center researchers have opened up a new way to screen drugs for possible heart-related side effects and to develop new drugs. The Duke researches compared the actions of two breast cancer drugs in experiments involving human cells and rats. The drugs in question ...

Estrogen Curbs Appetite In Same Way as the Hormone Leptin

Estrogen regulates the brain’s energy metabolism in the same way as the hormone leptin, leading the way to a viable approach to tackling obesity in people resistant to leptin//, researchers at Yale School of Medicine report in the online issue of Nature Medicine. “We found that estrogen suppr...

Estrogen Curbs Appetite: Research

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have found out that Estrogen regulates the brain's energy metabolism in the same way as the hormone leptin, leading the way to a viable// approach to tackling obesity in people resistant to leptin. Their findings were published in the December 31 online issue ...

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curbs in Biological News

Global curbs on overfishing are beginning to work

Scientists have joined forces in a groundbreaking assessment of the status of marine fisheries and ecosystems. Australian Beth Fulton, a fishery ecosystem scientist from the CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship, was among an international team of 19 co-authors of a report on a two-year study, led...

Key protein regulating inflammation may prove relevant to controlling sepsis

...Cell Biology (IMCB), under the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), have identified the protein, WIP1, as the molecular "brake" that curbs severe inflammation in the body. The findings may prove relevant to developing more effective treatments against sepsis, the severe inflammato...

SIRT1 takes down tumors

...uan et al. have identified another anti-cancer effect of the "longevity" protein SIRT1. By speeding the destruction of the tumor promoter c-Myc, SIRT1 curbs cell division. The study will be published online April 13 ( www.jcb.org ) and will appear in the April 20 print issue of the Journal of Cell Biology...

Scientists to assess Beijing Olympics air pollution control efforts

..., the event is giving scientists a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to observe how the atmosphere responds when a heavily populated region substantially curbs everyday industrial emissions. The National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded "Cheju ABC Plume-Monsoon Experiment" (CAPMEX) will include a series of ...

Scripps scientists will assess Beijing Olympics air pollution control efforts

...n of Oceanography, UC San Diego, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to observe how the atmosphere responds when a heavily populated region substantially curbs everyday industrial emissions. The National Science Foundation-funded Cheju ABC Plume-Monsoon Experiment (CAPMEX) will include a series of flights ...

Hair samples show babies can be exposed to 'crystal meth' while in the womb

...ll not erase the chemical evidence it holds. Crystal meth boosts alertness and promotes a sense of wellbeing, euphoria, and exhilaration. It also curbs appetite and enhances sexual arousal. But long term abuse damages nerves in the brain and can lead to psychotic behaviour and aggression. The ...

Infection 'alarm' yields clues to immune system behavior

...matoid arthritis and lupus. In addition, some cancers are more likely to grow where inflammation occurs. These ailments might be helped by a drug that curbs inflammation by reducing the sensitivity of IKK. Still other diseases that are characterized by a weak inflammatory response might be helped by a drug...
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