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Bipolar disorder relapses halved by Melbourne researchers

Melbourne mental health researchers have succeeded in halving the number of relapses experienced by people with bipolar disorder which strikes two in 100 Australians, accounts for 12 per cent of suicides each year and costs the country at least $1.5 billion annually(1). With funding from the MB...

Heart Disease Risk Halved By Minimal Cholesterol Reduction

Even a small reduction in LDL cholesterol can contribute to far reaching benefits, capable of averting coronary heart disease risks. // According to a US study, scientists have said that even a 15% cut in the body’s low density lipoprotein cholesterol that is amply found in the dairy products, meat...

Study Shows Divorced, Widowed Adults Have Increased Health Risks

...analyzed the connection between sexual activity and the risk of death in men, concluding the risk of death from all causes, such as heart disease, was halved among men who reported the highest frequency of orgasm.* "Whether widowed or divorced, the message is the same and the advice is based on cle...

Is There a Nutritional Upside to a Down Economy?

...aks or 2 cans (6 oz. ea.) tuna, drained and flaked 12 ounces potatoes, unpeeled and cubed (about 2-1/2 cups) 8 ounces green beans, trimmed and halved (about 2-1/2 cups) 8 cups mesclun or mixed salad greens 2 hard-cooked eggs, cut into wedges 1 medium tomato, cut into wedges 1/2 cup p...

Cholesterol Drugs May Help in Cardiac Emergency

...ave lives and reduce the incidence of longer-term problems, Czech researchers say. The one-year risk of death or major heart problems was more than halved for people suffering life-threatening episodes of acute coronary syndrome who received the drugs, compared to those who didn't, cardiologists at the N...

Three Leading Proxy Advisory Firms are Unanimous in Recommending LCA-Vision Stockholders Support the Current Board of Directors

...processes now, and how, specifically, they would improve the yield." The dissidents' "contention that marketing costs can be 'fixed' - roughly halved to the $250 per procedure the company spent several years ago - without any corresponding falloff in procedure volume seems questionable." In further...

New Advances May Treat Stroke Faster, Better

...people who have low cholesterol levels but elevated levels of a stroke-linked inflammatory marker with the anti-cholesterol drug Crestor, which nearly halved users' risk for stroke in a recent trial. First, the stent research. According to Dr. J. Mocco, clinical assistant professor at the University at ...

New study finds blacks still lag in obtaining total knee replacements for arthritis

... Maintaining a healthy weight also can lower a person's risk of osteoarthritis. In fact, one study showed that women who lost as little as 11 pounds halved their risk of developing knee osteoarthritis and its accompanying joint pain. Discover techniques to manage your arthritis. Participate in the...

New screening halves the number of children born with Down syndrome

... A new national screening strategy in Denmark has halved the number of infants born with Down's syndrome and increased the number of infants diagnosed before birth by 30%, according to a study published on ...

Cancer requires support from immune system to develop, UT Southwestern researchers report

...to inhibit c-kit, currently is used to treat chronic myelogenous leukemia and other cancers. Positron emission tomography scans showed that Gleevec halved the metabolic activity of the tumors, while later examination confirmed that the tumors were much smaller than in placebo-treated mice. "We found...
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Stem Cell Regeneration Repairs Congenital Heart Defect

...fe. Stem cells had grafted into the heart and formed new cardiac tissue. Additionally, the stem cell transplantation restarted cell cycle activity and halved the fibrosis that had been developing after the initial damage. Stem cell therapy also increased stamina and removed fluid buildup in the body, so cha...
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Global curbs on overfishing are beginning to work

...elective fishing gear, community co-management and economic incentives (such as individual transferable quotas). "Exploitation rates have more than halved since the early 1990s," Dr Fulton says. "This means that management is setting the stage for ecological and economic recovery. "As a result we are ...

Understanding the functions of diversity

...tre STORMA based in Gttingen is also looking at the topic of sustainability. Its focus is on the tropical rain forests of Indonesia, which have almost halved in size over the past 50 years, primarily due to forest clearing. In cooperation with local partners, the German researchers and scientists are studyi...

European Union forests expanding, absorbing carbon at surprisingly high rate: study

... three years between 1992 and 2004. To reduce CO2 emissions in EU27 by 20% in the next 12 years, carbon emission per economic output needs to at least halved (49 to 64% depending on the growth of population and economy). The reports authors note that Europe-wide emissions have not yet started to decline...

Tamiflu effective for treatment and prevention of influenza in children 1 year and older

...lacebo when initiated within 48 hours of onset1. New data presented showed that if taken within 24 hours of symptom onset the influenza severity was halved (52%) and illness duration reduced by a third (34%) compared to placebo2. In addition there was a 55% reduction in severe ear infections (otitis media...

Was ability to run early man's Achilles heel?

... tendon then whilst their ability to walk would be largely unaffected our work suggests running effectiveness would be greatly reduced with top speeds halved and energy costs more than doubled. Efficient running would have been essential to allow our ancestors to move from a largely herbivorous diet to t...

High-dose anticlotting drug cuts heart attack, death risk in half

... 2007, in Orlando, FL. Researchers found that giving patients at least 600 mg of clopidogrel before stenting, rather than the standard 300-mg dose, halved the risk of major complications associated with blood clotting, or thrombosis. In addition, the higher dose did not increase the risk of serious bleed...

Single molecular 'mark' seen as pivotal for genome compaction in spores and sperm

...next generation in spores. In both reproductive strategies, major physical changes occur in the genetic material after it has been duplicated and then halved on the way to the production of mature gametes or spores. Near the end of the process, the material ?called chromatin, the substructure of chromosomes...

Batfish to the rescue!

... it but made little impression on the dense growth of sargassum weed. "Then these batfish showed up and got stuck into it. In five days they had halved the amount of weed. In eight weeks it was completely gone and the coral was free to grow unhindered," Prof. Bellwood explains. The turnaround was...

Computers to save unique type of American red squirrel

...ham Red Squirrel. Although conservation measures are already in place, concerns about the animal's viability have increased as numbers have more than halved since 1999, dropping from 562 to a recent low of 214. As with the British red squirrel, one of the Mount Graham red squirrel's threats is an intro...

Gene therapy to lower blood pressure just enough

...ood pressure," said O'Malley. "However, its use is limited by the fact that it has such short-lived activity in the blood system." Its activity is halved 30 seconds after it enters the blood stream. Gene therapy can make cells generate more ANP. In previous studies, however, this kind of gene reduce...
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Wingra Technologies acquired by California software company

...n 1992. In 2000, it was acquired by Commtouch Software of Mountain View, California, for stock that was originally worth about $17 million but quickly halved in value and continued to drop as the entire technology sector suffered. Founder Jan Eddy bought the company back a year and a half later, in 2002....
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Ploidy

...te , for example animals are primarily diploid but produce haploid gametes . During meiosis , germ cell precursors have their number of chromosomes halved by randomly "choosing" one homologue, resulting in haploid germ cells ( sperm and ovum ). Diploid Diploid cells (meaning double in Greek )...

Ploidy

...te , for example animals are primarily diploid but produce haploid gametes . During meiosis , germ cell precursors have their number of chromosomes halved by randomly "choosing" one homologue, resulting in haploid germ cells ( sperm and ovum ). Diploid Diploid cells (meaning double in Greek )...
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