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Work-related Stress Restrains the Sex Lives of Nurses

A recent survey has found that the stress factor in the nurses job harms their sex life. Roughly half of the nurses believe that their sex lives are harmed by the emotional stress of their job, according to the Nursing Times magazine poll. The magazine surveyed almost 2,000 nurses,...

Hormone restrains appetite in man

According to reasearchers, a hormone is released into the blood after a meal, restrain the appetite if given by injection and might be supportive in treating obesity. The reason for feeling full after a meal, that the intestines release a hormone called PYY3-36 //which acts on the brain to produce...

Advocates Debunk Misinformation Campaign, Implore Governor to Veto SB 1122

...l lead directly to higher health costs for businesses, workers and patients. FACT 2. SB 1122 eliminates the market force that effectively restrains balance billing of patients. By participating in a network, doctors agree to accept the payment of the insurer as payment in full, and not bill pati...

Frost & Sullivan: Clinical and Cost Benefits to Promote Uptake of Advanced Wound Management Technologies Across Europe

...ditional equivalents." As advanced wound care products are more expensive, reimbursement does not cover these products completely. This, in turn, restrains market growth to a certain extent. Improving wound care education and training for patients and physicians is critical. This will enhance awarene...

AHIP Statement on the President's Budget

...ive. "All stakeholders must rise to the challenge the President has put forth to develop a uniquely American solution that gets everyone covered, restrains health care cost growth and aligns patient care with medical best practices. We are committed to doing our share to achieve this goal and will work c...

Scientists Create Mice Resistant to Obesity

...id. "So if the animal doesn't have enough food, the animal should have some strategy to preserve energy, and this group of neurons, by releasing GABA, restrains energy expenditure to maintain enough energy to survive under the conditions in which food is not readily available." According to Licinio, these ...

Addictive Drugs Harms the Brain

...owing stronger over time with increased activity. Kauer says there are two kinds of neurons one that excites the nerve connection and the second that restrains or depresses them. She says “if inhibition is reduced, you get runaway excitability”. This aspect can have dangerous overtones for abuse if drugs ...
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Tumor suppressor

...e the cell with one ... Loss of Tumor Suppressor Gene Triggers Colon Cancer (09.03.98) ... Molecular Structure Shows How Tumor Suppressor restrains Cell Growth (09.30.98) Back to Top ... Physical and functional interactions of the Arf tumor suppressor protein with nucleophosmin/B23" ... A...
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