Being Overzealous With Multivitamins May Lead To Prostate Cancer
A recent study brings bad tidings for those heavy-handed on multivitamins. The research conducted by Americas prestigious National Cancer Institute , reveals that those who take more than seven multivitamin tablets a week, can in fact increase their risk of contracting the most serious type of pros...
Giving Statins to Kids Provokes Debate
...n't fully understood.
"What I'm afraid of is that someone will have a modest elevation in cholesterol at age 8 without a bad family history, and an overzealous
doctor will say, 'You need to be on a statin,'" said Dr. Simeon Margolis, professor of medicine and biological chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. ...
Statement from CCF Against CDC Nominee Thomas Frieden
... J. Justin Wilson, released the following statement:
"It is unfortunate that President Obama choose to put the nation's health in the hands of an overzealous
activist who doesn't give any consideration to the importance of personal responsibility or privacy," said Wilson. "Frieden doesn't simply blur the li...
Cancer Screening Tests Could Do More Harm Than Good: Reader's Digest April Cover Story
...C. Black, MD, a professor of radiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, "We have come to fear dying from disease more than dying at the hands of overzealous
Reader's Digest reaches nearly 40 million readers each month in the United States and twice as many worldwide. Its U.S. website i...
Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Those With Advanced Parkinson's
...logy at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. "It means that we have to continue refining our selection of patients. You don't want to be overzealous
in picking up patients . . . take into account that the surgery was not effective for everybody."
Visit the U.S. National In...
The Top 10 Health Stories of 2008, from the Harvard Health Letter
...articularly in people ages 60 and older. People with diabetes should not give up blood sugar control, but three clinical trials show it's unwise to be overzealous
about lowering high blood sugar, and certainly not without also attending to high blood pressure and cholesterol.
2. 80 ain't old.
Cola May Be Bad to the Bones
"Phosphate is in milk, but milk also contains calcium and vitamin D. In soft drinks, there is just phosphoric acid and no calcium. Extra overzealous
drinking may lead to a phosphoric acid imbalance, and if there's not enough calcium, the body goes to the bones to restore the balance," explained Dr....
Gene Variation Increases the Risk of Lung Cancer
A publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, is the first to pinpoint the mechanism by which damage to the lung might trigger an overzealous
inflammatory response by the immune system, leading to lung cancer. The variants, or polymorphisms, were found in genes for interleukin 1A and interle...
US Supreme Court Could Protect Medical Equipment Manufacturers from Law Suits
...rips consumers of valuable state protections. Supporters say the federal effort to pre-empt the states sets uniform national standards and discourages overzealous
In the case before the Supreme Court, both the Bush administration and the defendant company, Medtronic, had urged the justice...
Overuse Of Antibiotics-Creating Monsters Out Of Common Microbes
... Health officials are alarmed at the evolution of causal organisms of hitherto common diseases// into ‘superbugs’. This, they warn is the result of overzealous
use of antibiotics.
One such example is the recent announcement by the U.S Centers For Disease Control (CDC) that gonorrhea has now become r...
Overzealous in Medical Dictionary
...renal insufficiency. ... Peak diuresis usually occurs within 30 minutes of IV administration. ... Dehydration and hypokalemia can result from overzealous
diuresis . Chronic Management of CHF ... Information about diuresis in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... diuresis - in...
Overzealous in Biological News
Common allergy drug reduces obesity and diabetes in mice
...r a decade, Tregs have been known as guardians for the immune system, ensuring that when white blood cells attack a foreign pathogen they don't become overzealous
and harm healthy host tissue in a kind of friendly fire. Malfunctioning Tregs, however, have recently been implicated in diseases as diverse as multip...
New mechanical insights into wound healing and scar tissue formation
...ickly, if left unchecked, it can also lead to a buildup of fibrous tissue. Following trauma to vital organs such as the heart, lung, liver and kidney, overzealous
fibroblasts can continue to build fibrous strands, leading to scar tissue buildup that can impair the organ's function. This condition, called "fibros...
Technology reveals 'lock and key' proteins behind diseases
... important ABC protein is the Multidrug Resistance Protein (MRP), which normally removes drug metabolites and toxins from cells in our bodies but when overzealous
can contribute to the drug resistance of tumours, thereby thwarting chemotherapy. __IMAGE_2
"All the cells in our bodies contain transporters t...
Mouse study reveals new clues about virulence of 1918 influenza virus
...or--and possibly thwart--the next flu pandemic," says NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni, M.D.
"This elegant research gives a detailed picture of the overzealous
host reaction to infection by a fully reconstructed 1918 influenza virus," says NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, M.D. "The research provides clues as ...
New Lab Research May Help Those Deafened By Immune System Attack
...le with systemic autoimmune disorders such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. Such people may be prone to losing all or part of their hearing due to an overzealous
autoimmune reaction. All eight study participants who had systemic autoimmune diseases showed signs of antibodies against IESCA. Six of them regained ...
TEL2 gene cooperates with MYC gene to provoke B-cell lymphomas
...rol over the level of MYC expression. Excess MYC expression spurs the cells to proliferate. This abnormal behavior then triggers p53 to instruct these overzealous
cells to undergo apoptosis.
However, such rogue cells can still become fully cancerous if they succeed in eliminating p53 activity, in effect silen...
Overzealous in Biological Technology
JCI table of contents: Dec. 3, 2007
EDITOR'S PICK: Giving asthma T(he)SL(i)P by blocking OX40
Inflammatory disorders such as asthma and eczema are overzealous
immune responses by the body to otherwise innocuous environmental conditions. The protein TSLP is a potent activator of the allergic inflammatory resp...
Corporate control begins with a strong board
...ulting opportunities, we have the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) . Audit committees, independent directors, executive compensation, code of ethics, overzealous
external auditors, controls, controls, and more controls are now common subjects in committee meetings and board rooms. Yes, much of this renewed focu...
Getting beyond the vortex of corporate mediocrity
... management misperception has been going on for several years, even before 9/11, but only now are you starting to see some of the long-term effects of overzealous
right-sizing, downsizing, force reductions, outsourcing - name your euphemism.
Jams, blams, and no thank you, ma'am
Some companies have gotten...
Overzealous in Biological Definition
...hose characterized by attenuated immune response and those characterized by overzealous
Immunodeficiency is characterized by an attenuated res...nd non-self and attacks a part of the patient's own body. Other examples of overzealous
immune responses in disease include hypersensitivities such as allergies...
...Steiner as a founder of a religion, not as a philosopher in the usual sense of the word. The idea, if there is a degree of truth to it, evolves from overzealous
students, not from Rudolf Steiner.
Steiner frequently asked his students to test everything he said, and not to take his statements on authority or...
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
...vailable over the counter in the U.S.
Criticism of SSRIs
SSRIs have been the focus of much controversy. Some feel that SSRIs are prescribed by overzealous
doctors or psychiatrists in cases where their use is only marginally indicated. According to this argument, societal pressures have created a precede...