Altitude Sickness Might be combated By Ibuprofen

14 February 2013

Categorized | Drugs & Treatment Altitude Sickness Might be combated By Ibuprofen   What’s New: Hikers’ study revealed that the risk of developing acute mountain sickness (AMS) was lower in hikers who took ibuprofen prior to, during and past a climb to high altitude. Important Detail: for the study, ibuprofen was taken by 44 participants […]

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Protection against Sunlight-caused Skin Cancer May be offered by Caffeine and Exercise

14 February 2013

Categorized | Beauty & Skin Protection against Sunlight-caused Skin Cancer May be offered by Caffeine and Exercise   What’s New: Mice studies revealed that combination treatment with caffeine and exercise can lower the chances of developing skin cancer on exposure to sunlight. Important detail: The research team led by Yao-Ping Lu from the Rutgers Ernest […]

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Animal Studies Revealed Anti-Radiation Characteristics of Tulsi Extracts

14 February 2013

Categorized | Health & Fitness Animal Studies Revealed Anti-Radiation Characteristics of Tulsi Extracts   Researchers from DRDO’s Institute of Nuclear Medicines collaborated with the researchers from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal and conducted a research recently that has put some light on the medicinal values of the home grown tulsi plant. Under this Rs. 7 crore […]

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University Of Rochester Medical Center

14 February 2013

Tag Archive | “University of Rochester Medical Center” Rich Young Women mostly get Effected with Melanoma, study claims Posted on 22 June 2011. Tags: Archives of Dermatology, California, Melanoma, New York, Skin neoplasm, Ultraviolet, University of Rochester Medical Center, Young Women (organization) A recent study has revealed that as compared to their poorer counterparts, wealthy […]

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Long-Lasting Brain Damage May be Caused By Single Concussion

14 February 2013

Categorized | Mental Health Long-Lasting Brain Damage May be Caused By Single Concussion   What’s New: A new study suggests that a single concussion is enough to cause structural damage to the brain that may last for years. Important Detail: The volume of white and gray brain matter in 10 patients with concussion was examined […]

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Computer Use and Exercise May Improve Cognition in Older People

14 February 2013

Categorized | Mental Health Computer Use and Exercise May Improve Cognition in Older People What’s New: According to a new study, modest exercise plus mental prompt via computer use may be more effective at reducing age-linked cognitive loss compared to exercise or computer use alone. Important Detail: Mayo Clinic researchers asked over 920 individuals in […]

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Night-time Breathing Problems Linked to Behavioral Problems in Kids

14 February 2013

Categorized | Diseases & Conditions Night-time Breathing Problems Linked to Behavioral Problems in Kids   What’s New: Kids with nighttime breathing problems like snoring are likely to suffer behavioral problems Important detail: For the study, led by Yeshiva University’s Dr. Karen Bunock, researchers assessed data on 11,000 UK kids. They asked parents to complete a […]

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Exforge Drug Review – Exforge Side Effects and Dosage

14 February 2013

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Osteoporosis Screening : An Important Preventive

14 February 2013

Categorized | Anti Aging Osteoporosis Screening : An Important Preventive   As per the new guidelines for screening released by the U.S. preventive services task force all women who are of the age 65 or older should have a screening at least once to detect osteoporosis. Postmenopausal women who are below the age of 65 […]

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Obesity May Affect The Success Rates Of Few Breast Cancer Treatments

14 February 2013

Categorized | Diseases & Conditions Obesity May Affect The Success Rates Of Few Breast Cancer Treatments   What’s New: According to a new small study, obesity in women may influence how they respond to the treatment for their breast cancer. Important Detail: Researchers examined 54 estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer patients who were postmenopausal women. When […]

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