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Brian Imaging Can Foretell Results Of Treating Depression

The benefits of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in overcoming depression can be assessed using brain imaging according to researchers// at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. In a study published in the April issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry, the official journal of the Ame...

Hormone Can Foretell Presence Of Potentially Fatal Pulmonary Hypertension

A hormone called brain natriuretic peptide can predict the presence of pulmonary hypertension in patients with complicated lung disease, according to a study appearing in the April issue of the American //Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, published by the American Thoracic Society....

Blood test may aid foretell Alzheimer's

According to study in University of Texas, a novel blood test can detect plaque buildup in mice brains, suggesting a possible new way to predict who might get Alzheimer's disease.Researchers at the School of Medicine in St. Louis said it is unclear whether a similar blood test would work in people,...

Nitric Oxide Monitoring of Little Benefit for Kids' Asthma

... does not improve the effectiveness of adjusting the child's medications, a new study shows. Nitric oxide (NO) amounts in an asthmatic's breath can foretell the worsening of symptoms or even an attack. But a 30-week Dutch study of children with the breathing condition found basing daily asthma management o...

Chilean volcano captured blasting ash

...ometer (MERIS) instrument processed this image at a resolution of 1200 m. Satellite data can be used to detect the slight signs of change that may foretell an eruption. Once an eruption begins, optical and radar instruments can capture the lava flows, mudslides, ground fissures and earthquakes. Atmosp...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...response patterns suggesting that going down that path might be the next step. Herein lies the added value of brain imaging potentially being able to foretell the likelihood of making disadvantageous decisions, added Chee. "Most of us know of people who have stayed up all night on a gambling table, t...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...esponse patterns suggesting that going down that path might be the next step. Herein lies the added value of brain imaging – potentially being able to foretell the likelihood of making disadvantageous decisions, added Chee. "Most of us know of people who have stayed up all night on a gambling table, tak...

Innocuous Blood Test Pitches in as Heart Risk Barometer

... In a recent finding, uncomplicated blood tests can actually foretell the risk of complications in patients due to heart disease. This is especially //life-saving, for those who suffer severe cardiac problems, and a time...

PSA Can Predicts The Treatment Response In Advanced Prostate Cancer

...her mentioned that the level of the prostate specific antigen, or PSA, in man after seven months of hormone therapy for advanced prostate cancer might foretell how long he would survive. The study evaluated 1,345 men with prostate cancer that had spread to distant parts of the body. The men were treated...

Teen depression maybe short lived

...ll affect the mental health of the teenager when he grows up. Researcher from UCLA said that about 60% of the cases of teenage depression do not foretell any form of future depressive tendencies. Research also points out that teenage depressions may exist along with anxiety disorders, and relatively poo...
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Molecules in blood foretell development of preeclampsia

High levels of two proteins in the blood of pregnant women appear to indicate the subsequent development of preeclampsia, a life-threatening complication of pregnancy, report a team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The proteins, which ...

Alcohol consumption can cause too much cell death, fetal abnormalities

...oping at the same time as neural tube cells that form the brain and spinal cord. Consequently, the telltale facial abnormalities in a newborn also may foretell problems with learning, memory, vision, hearing and more. Some cells need to die during development. "There is always a very delicate balance betwe...

Resilience concepts poised to aid management of coastal marine ecosystems

...gether, are key elements of resilience. They stress the need to analyze long-term population data to recognize trends in species occurrence that could foretell far-reaching disturbances. Gretchen E. Hofmann and Steven D. Gaines next discuss emerging technologies that can be used to understand natural vari...
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