Drug may guard against periodontitis, related chronic diseases a drug currently used to treat intestinal worms people from periodontitis, an advanced gum disease, which untreated can erode the structures—including bone—that hold the teeth in the jaw.
Weight loss, improved bone health and mood according to the new study, tea promote weight loss, prevent chronic illnesses and improve mood. So that you have drink some of it.
Acute kidney injury may be a risk factor for later heart problems patients who experience abrupt kidney injury following surgery have an increased risk of later developing heart problems, according to a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN).
Exercise may slow progression of retinal degeneration moderate aerobic exercise helps to preserve the structure and function of nerve cells in the retina after damage, according to an animal study appearing February 12 in the Journal of Neuroscience.
ADHD linked to Social, Economic, Disadvantage Scientists have found evidence of a link between social and economic status and childhood attention deficit disorder (ADHD) in the UK.
Vitamins; potential damage to body’s defences vitamin supplements are a billion-dollar industry. We want to stay healthy and fit and help our bodies with this. But perhaps we are achieving precisely the opposite?
The link between obesity, diabetes identified The RBP4 protein acts like a foreign pathogen to trigger inflammation of fat tissue—and diabetes risk—new research shows. Through a series of animal experiments, the authors discovered that high levels of RBP4—similar to what would be found in obese or insulin-resistant humans—was the “foreign invader” that was providing the trigger for activation of the antigen-presenting cells, which then caused CD4 T cells to spring into action.
Children who sleep more eat fewer calories a new study finds that children who sleep more may eat fewer calories and put on less weight, strengthening the idea that obesity risk and and lack of sleep are linked.
How do our brains differentiate information about places and faces?
Neuroscientists reveal how the brain is able to focus attention on objects, such as someone’s face, when presented with a range of visual information.
Aspirin may help women with recent pregnancy loss conceive and have a baby a new study published in the Lancet finds that a daily low dose of aspirin increases the chance of conceiving and having a live birth in women who have suffered a single recent pregnancy loss.
Certain fears processed by different by different neuron groups
In a mouse study conducted by researchers from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, it was found that certain fears- physical pain, aggressive members of the same species and predators- activate different brain circuits, even though the mice reacted to the different threats identically.
Low estrogen ‘improves efficacy’
Of PARP inhibitors on womb cancer researchers have discovered that low hormone levels may make endometrial cancer tumors more sensitive to a class of medication called PARP inhibitors- drugs that induce cancer cell death. This is according to a study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.
Poor sleep doubles Hospitalizations in Heart Failure Patients Poor sleep doubles hospitalizations in heart failure, according to new research in nearly 500 patients presented today at EuroHeartCare 2014.
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