Stem Cells Endless Hope in Place of What Could Have Been a Hopeless End
If a leg is to be amputated with no recourse, injected stem cells could assist in reviving circulation in the affected leg. Thus stem cells offer immense hope to scientists, when the situation has turned hopeless
for the patient.
Now, scientists have explored the potential of stem cells to...
Some See A Hopeless End, While Others See An Endless Hope
Cancer may be a hard disease to go through for those who suffer from it. Only those who survive it realize the valve of the above saying which emphasizes the importance of hope. It actually makes them a stronger person // and teaches how important everyday is! It probably teaches one about living ...
Students with depression twice as likely to drop out of college
... very functional, depending on which type of depression they have. I think that this can be true for many high achieving people, who may feel down and hopeless
but not lose interest in activities.
"Lots of students who have significant depression on some dimension are performing just fine, but may be at ri...
Teens who believe they'll die young are more likely to engage in risky behavior, University of Minnesota research finds
...e risks because they overestimate their vulnerability, specifically their risk of dying," Borowsky said. "These youth may take risks because they feel hopeless
and figure that not much is at stake."
Nearly 25 percent of youth living in households that receive public assistance and more than 29 percent of A...
New Support Program Assists College Students
...e American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment in Fall 2008 , approximately 47% of students surveyed felt hopeless
at one or more times during the prior school year and about 30% of the surveyed students felt depressed to the point of not functioning.
New Study Reveals Wide Variations in Depression Diagnoses among Ethnic Groups
The CHS study assessed depression by asking respondents if, over the last month, they have often experienced being down, depressed or hopeless
and/or having little interest or pleasure in doing things. The results show a clear disconnect between patients reporting depression symptoms and reco...
Vitamin E, Selenium and Soy Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
...ion, which represents the supplements industry. He believes the role of supplements is complex and trying to find a pill that will prevent cancer is a hopeless
task. However, supplements and a healthy lifestyle can both play a role in helping patients prevent or fight cancer, MacKay said.
DKMS' 3rd Annual Star-Studded Gala to be Held at Cipriani 42nd Street on Thursday, May 7th
... mission of one man. In 1990, Peter Harf was desperate to find a donor for his wife Mechtild, who was diagnosed with acute leukemia. The search seemed hopeless
because, at the time, there were only 3,000 unrelated donors available in Germany. He worked tirelessly gathering friends, family and volunteers to o...
Long-Term Mesothelioma Patient and Caregiver Couple Honored as 'Volunteer of the Year'
...ven years, Craig pushed the boundaries of mesothelioma treatment through experimental surgeries, chemotherapy cocktails and radiation. Contrary to the hopeless
prognosis he was given, he was able to continue working, be a life partner to Shelly, and see his daughter grow up. Last December, Craig walked Emily...
For psychiatric services, wait for the beep
...aving a message on an answering machine," Rhodes says. "More work is needed to assess whether depressed patients, who by definition are likely feeling hopeless
and low in energy, interpret these access barriers as further evidence of their inability to function or as a rejection, and the extent to which these...
New gene linked to bipolar disorder
...e in the UK develops bipolar and other related mood disorders. Signs of depression include losing weight, feeling totally negative about oneself, feel hopeless
about the future and sometimes ending up in a depressive stupor in bed, unable to move, eat, drink or talk. People with bipolar disorder may also expe...
First SCID gene chip to be introduced at Academy meeting on immunodeficiencies
...e, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL.
Topic: "Evolution of Immunology - Where is the Future," an overview on the progress made from the nearly hopeless
state of diagnosis and treatment of PI 20 years ago versus the startling advances of today.
Jennifer Puck, M.D., Division of Immunology & Rheum...
Researchers use brain scans to predict behavior
... and the volunteers were not going to be able to beat that," says coauthor Giovanni d'Avossa, M.D., an instructor in neurology. "But regardless of how hopeless
it was to try to outguess the computer, some of our data suggest that the brain may still have been trying to do just that: to figure out a formula or...