Ben-Gurion U. researchers identify how stressed fat tissue malfunctions
BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL, July 14, 2009 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers, in a collaboration with colleagues from the University of Leipzig, Germany, have identified a signaling pathway that is operational in intra-abdominal fat, the fat depot that is most strongly tied to obesity-r...
Not All Caregivers Are Stressed and Depressed
Some discover satisfaction in challenging role, survey finds
FRIDAY, May 8 (HealthDay News) -- Though caring for a stroke survivor can be challenging, many family members doing just that say they experience little or no stress and actually find the task personally rewarding, U.S. rese...
Spa Savings Benefit Stressed Americans
LEXINGTON, Ky., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Does the stress of the economy
have you pulling your hair out? Are you running circles around Santa gearing
up for the Holidays? Now is the time to take a breather, rejuvenate, and
de-stress. The spa industry knows people are stretched thin emotionally,
Feeding Feelings: Survey Reveals Americans Are Turning to Junk Food When Stressed
Fitness and Diet Expert Bob Greene's Solution to Cope - Eat Healthy, Crunchy Foods and Exercise More
CHICAGO, June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- As financial insecurity mounts and stress levels rise, Americans are paying more attention to their bottom lines than their waistlines. In fact, a recent survey...
Lifehut.com Aims to Relax the Financially Stressed
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Relaxation specialists,
Lifehut.com, have released their latest audio/visual message for people in
stressful situations, entitled "Finding Joy During Challenging Financial
Aimed at transforming negative emotions into positive ones, it is
Smashing Times for Stressed Spaniards
"Aaaaarrrghhhh," yells unemployed Argentine Jorge as, picking up a hammer, he goes on the rampage, demolishing a hotel room in the middle of Madrid.
Elsewhere in the same hotel, seven 'colleagues' are doing the same to another 20 rooms, but the hotel manager doesn't bat an eyelid.
Bak Protein Sets Stressed Cells on Suicide Path
When a cell is seriously stressed, say by a heart attack, stroke or cancer, a protein called Bak just may set it up for suicide, researchers have found.
In a deadly double whammy, Bak helps chop the finger-like filament shape of the cell's powerhouse, or mitochondrion, into vulnerable lit...
Kalam Stressed the Need for Stem Cell Research to Cure Neuro Disorder
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Thursday stressed
on the necessity of extensive stem cell research to find a solution to increase neuro activities of mentally challenged people.
Addressing the 'differently-abled' students and the teachers of Manovikas Kendra, a premier rehabilitation and rese...
US Army to Recruit More Psychiatrists to Counsel Stressed Out Soldiers
It would be spending $33 million to add about 200 mental health professionals to help soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health needs.
"As the war has gone on, PTSD and other psychological effects of war have increased," conceded Col. Elspeth Ritchie, psychiatry cons...
Educationists Stressed the Need for Common School System for the Country
Stressing on the need to introduce a common school system in the country, educationists Sunday said it was the only method to improve the primary education //system and remove disparities among students.
"There is a need to introduce common school system in the country so that all students ge...
Stressed in Medical Technology
Study Shows Metabolic Strategy of Stressed Cell
Major St. Jude Study of Changes in Gene Activity and Metabolic
Enzymes Show How Cells Respond to a Sudden Decrease in the Levels
of Coenzyme A, a Key Player in the Daily Biochemical Routines that
MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 23, 2007 /PRNewswire/ -- Investigators at
St. Jude Children's Resea...
Estrogen Getting Cool Reception From Dermatologists for Mixed Results in Improving Appearance of Skin
...ons added that more research will likely continue in the future to examine the possible benefits of estrogen for improving aging skin. Until then, she stressed
that there are many effective therapies that dermatologists regularly use to address the common signs of aging -- including retinoids, alpha-hydroxy a...
ADHD Genes Found; Known to Play Roles in Neurodevelopment
...chers might in the future personalize treatments to a patient's own genetic profile, to achieve more targeted, specific therapies.
Elia and White stressed
that much further work must be done before genetic findings lead to ADHD treatments.
The National Institutes of Health provided grant support fo...
USAID Cooperates in Pandemic Preparedness Initiative
...ources designed for pandemic response in the region.
Dr. Ronald Waldman, coordinator of the USAID Humanitarian Pandemic Preparedness initiative, stressed
the importance of pandemic readiness. "We don't know which disease will cause a pandemic, but considering historical evidence and epidemiological dat...
'Friendly' Bacteria Can Benefit Health Throughout the Lifecycle
...how probiotics can
help keep healthy people healthy. One study showed a decreased incidence of
common infectious diseases among kids in day care." She stressed
that each individual strain of probiotic can act differently, so a
probiotic that helps with digestion may be different from one that support...
More Than 300 New Medicines Being Developed for Mental Illnesses
... the organization "No Kidding, Me Too!" (http://www.nkm2.org ) to help
remove the isolation and stigma that often surrounds mental illness.
that while researchers are making exciting progress in
the search for new cures and treatments for mental health disorders, these
efforts are wasted i...
ABC News NIGHTLINE Features HIFU with Sonablate(R) 500 as Non Invasive Treatment Option for Prostate Cancer
maintained his quality of life. "I'm doing fine since the HIFU procedure.
Everything is back to normal," Brightmire said.
"I think that NIGHTLINE stressed
sexual preservation as the main reason
for going with HIFU. It's my belief that sexual preservation is only one of
several important aspects," Brightm...
New Australian Technology: Detecting Breast Cancer With Hair
...r of the Year' was still in the development stage with the
technology and that women should continue to use all current diagnostic
tests. The minister stressed
that early detection is the primary objective
and that women could include the Fermiscan Test as part of their routine
screening options when it is av...
Senesco Expands on Recently Announced Preclinical Pancreatic Islet Data
...ed treated islet cells to produce 30-40% more insulin than untreated
cells. This increased insulin production was also seen in cells that were
by the presence of pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Additionally, the treated cells exhibited iNOS (inducible nitric oxide
synthase) protein control, which...
Most Back Pain Could Be Cured Without Surgery or Drugs if Doctors Treated Muscles - Not the Spine - Says Leading Pain Specialist
...RK, April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- If you're suffering from back
pain and unable to find relief, it may be because the real cause of your
pain -- weak, stressed
and damaged muscles, not your spine -- has never
been recognized or treated, says Norman Marcus, M.D., one of the nation's
leading pain specialists.
Stressed in Medical Products
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Stressed in Medical Dictionary
...tion that strikes without reason or ... What is generalized anxiety disorder ?Generalized anxiety disorder occurs when you feel worried and stressed
about ... Panic Disorders . Bipolar Disorder ... Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder and is characterized by unexpected and ... Pa...
Stressed in Biological News
Buyer beware: Stressed plants won't survive shipping
COLLEGE STATION, TX -- It's a common springtime disappointment: you buy beautiful, flourishing potted plants from your local retailer, only to watch the once-healthy flowers wither and die shortly after you place them on your patio or porch. How do you know you are actually buying plants that wil...
Mice stressed in simulated weightlessness show organ atrophy
New Brunswick, N.J. A ground-based, experimental model used to simulate astronaut weightlessness in space has provided Rutgers scientists an opportunity to study the effects of stress on immune organs.
Earlier collaborative research with Japanese scientists employing this model implicated th...
Short stressful events may improve working memory
...pipeline explain why we need stress to perform better, but don't want to be stressed
The study appeared July 20 in the online edition of Proceedings o...tress, and then were put through the maze again.
Results showed that the stressed
rats made significantly fewer mistakes as they went through the maze both f...
Research network wins approximately £5.7 million to target human and animal diseases in Africa
...s, namely RVC and LSHTM
Professor Mark Rweyemamu, Executive Director of SACIDS, Professor at Sokoine University and a Visiting Professor at RVC, stressed
the necessity of the SACIDS initiative. He said: "The 'one health' collaboration between medical and veterinary sectors helps us to focus our common r...
Stress puts double whammy on reproductive system, fertility
...een dubbed RFamide-related peptides, or RFRPs.
Kirby showed that acutely stressed
rats showed increased RFRP levels for several hours, but that levels returned to normal by the next day. Chronically stressed
rats, however, were left with longer-term elevations of RFRP levels in the ...
Lenfest forage fish task force launched
...olicy makers, managers, and fishery council members.
Task force member Dr. Dee Boersma of the University of Washington, a world expert on penguins, stressed
that the repercussions of myopic fisheries management extend much more broadly than one might assume. "Penguins are not the target of fishing operatio...
Studies shed light on collapse of coral reefs
Corals, it appears, have a genetic complexity that rivals that of humans, have sophisticated systems of biological communication that are being stressed
by global change, and are only able to survive based on proper function of an intricate symbiotic relationship with algae that live within their bodie...
DNA-Prokids: Genetic identification against traffic in human beings
... Philippines and Indonesia are being extremely successful.
The Head of the UGR Genetic Identification Laboratory, Prof. Jos A. Lorente , stressed
that DNA-Prokids, as a programme for genetic identification of human trafficking victims and their relatives, serves "a triple objective: to hamper tr...
Study finds link between individual stress and adolescent obesity
...that percentage increased to 56.2 percent among those who were impacted by four or more stressors.
"We found that an adolescent or youth who's more stressed
-- caused by such things as having poor grades, mental health problems, more aggressive behavior, or doing more drugs and alcohol -- is also more like...
Drugs needed to preserve eggs for reproduction need to be given in stages
... them in a freezer or transport them on dry ice," Dr. Eroglu says. Additionally, the more dramatic temperature shifts put additional stress on already stressed
Improved transportability could be a big plus if/when these preservation techniques are applied to organs, he says. About 40 percent of organ...
Stressed in Biological Technology
Consumer "engagement" stressed at e-Business seminar
Screenshot of Angel Soft website Madison, Wis. Imagine, says Geoff Ramsey, an ad that is so catchy and relevant that you actually want to watch it again and again.
Case in point: An Internet-based commercial for Angel Soft toilet paper by international tissue and paper manufacturer Georgia-...
Lytix Biopharma and KAEL-GemVax Announce Joint Clinical Trial to Combine LTX-315 and GV1001 Cancer Immunotherapy
...LTX-315 has demonstrated the ability to effect necrotic killing of
cancer cells. Simulatenously it also causes the release of warning signals
from the stressed
and dying cells that trigger activation of the immune
system. On the other hand GV1001, a telomerase peptide vaccine in phase III
trials, is one of th...
Victhom announces completion of joint venture agreement with Otto Bock for Neurobionix activities
...ution. We would like to wish the best success to Stephane", insisted Mr. Rivard. As for the Chairman of the board of Directors, Mr. Daniel Johnson, he stressed
the admiration of the board for Mr. Bedard's achievements and the hallmark he leaves in Quebec's world of technology: "The members of the board all ac...
Novo Nordisk Convenes Policy and Clinical Experts at Diabetes Media Summit
... O'Grady, Ph.D., senior fellow, National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago , and an expert on the congressional budgeting process, stressed
that diabetes poses one of the nation's greatest public health challenges, underscoring the need to adjust our focus to include the chronic condition,...
PeriCor Therapeutics Reports Positive Preclinical Results of GP531 at the European Heart Failure Congress in Nice
...en shown to be elevated in heart failure patients but not sufficiently to be cardioprotective.
By augmenting a patient's own adenosine release in stressed
tissues of the heart and its microvasculature, GP531 may have the potential to protect the heart muscle from further damage, alter the deterioration o...
10,000 New Jobs, Investments Increased
...f for companies' research and development initiatives. "It is
important that both the small businesses and large companies benefit from
this support," stressed
the Chairman, "because innovation, especially in the
chemical industry, is based heavily on cooperation."
GTAI Chief Executive Michael Pfeiffer...
DuPont Leader: Agriculture is Up to Global Productivity Challenge
...ers must collaborate using cutting-edge science and top talent on a global scale to maximize the productivity of the world's farmers."
that for global science and talent to be fully used, transparent and science-based policies and regulations must be in place on a global scale to ensu...
Medivation Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2008 Financial Results and Provides Corporate Update
...seen on mitochondrial function at low concentrations of Dimebon across multiple experiments, and Dimebon showed potent mitochondrial responses in both stressed
and normal cells.
Completed enrollment in our Phase 1-2 dose-escalation trial in patients with castratio...
Cord Blood America Restructures Debt; Projects to be Cash Flow Positive
...ure of true partnering with CBAI, while sharing the stem cell vision to become a globally dominant stem cell storage company."
Mr. Schissler also stressed
that the entire stem cell sector and its investors await the announcement from the Obama Administration lifting the current ban on Federal funding for...
Oslo and Toulouse Cancer Clusters Join Forces to Drive European Cancer Research Forward
...y and cost-effectively as possible."
Philippe Douste-Blazy , initiator of the Toulouse project,
congratulated the creators of this collaboration and stressed
similarities between Oslo and Toulouse: "This is especially evident in
their ethical approach that cannot be categorized as a purely economic
Stressed in Biological Definition
...on, though long as measured in years, have probably been short in comparison with the periods during which they retain the same form." Because Darwin stressed
the gradual nature of evolution, to clearly contrast it with the then-popular catastophism, it is often incorrectly assumed that he insisted that the ...