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Monthly Archives: March 2013

New Test Could Help Detect Pancreatic Cancer Early

A new diagnostic test that uses a scientific method called metabolomic analysis could help detect pancreatic cancer early, and therefore, improve the prognosis of patients with the disease. This new screening method is safe and easy, according to new research published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research…
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Part Of Gastric Bypass Benefit Could Be Change In Gut Microbes

A new study suggests some of the weight loss that patients experience after gastric bypass surgery could be a result of changes in the mix of microbes in their gut. The researchers say manipulating microbe populations may offer an alternative treatment for obesity, for instance for patients who can’t have gastric surgery…
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TV Viewing Linked To Antisocial Behaviors In 5-Year Olds

Five year-olds who watch TV for 3 or more hours a day have an increasingly higher risk of developing antisocial behaviors, such as stealing or fighting, by the age of 7. However, the likelihood of this behavior is very small, according to the experts, who also found that the amount of time spent playing computer/electronic games had no affect on behavior…
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High Salt Consumption Linked To 2.3 Million Deaths In 2010

In 2010, salt contributed to 2.3 million deaths from strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular disease globally – approximately 15% of all deaths, says a study carried out by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health…
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Paternal Age Associated With Autism Risk For Grandchildren

According to new research published in JAMA Psychiatry, older men who have children are more likely to have grandchildren with autism compared to men who have children at a younger age. The research indicates that risk factors for autism build up over generations…
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Lifestyle That Protects Heart May Also Reduce Cancer Risk

A lifestyle that conforms to 7 steps recommended to protect against heart disease may also reduce risk of cancer, according to new research published online this week in the American Heart Association (AHA) journal Circulation…
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The Plague Could Return, Warn Scientists

Scientists have warned that the “Black Death”, one of the most devastating pandemics in human history that killed between 75 million and 200 million people, could one day return with the emergence of antibiotic-resistant forms of the bacterium. Just yesterday, archaeologists found a grave from the “Black Death” in London that contained over 12 skeletons of people who died due to the plague…
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Radiation Raises Breast Cancer Survivors’ Risk Of Heart Disease Slightly

Breast cancer patients who undergo radiation therapy have a slightly increased risk of ischemic heart disease within five years, and the risk persists for at least twenty years, researchers from Oxford University, England, the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, and Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark, reported in NEJM (New England Journal of Medicine)…
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People Eat More, Gain Weight With Less Sleep

When people don’t get enough sleep they tend to eat more, causing them to gain weight. This was the conclusion of a new study led by University of Colorado Boulder in the US that was published online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
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Stroke Survivors Benefit From Regular, Brisk Outdoor Walks

A new study finds that taking regular brisk walks outdoors can help people recovering from a stroke to improve their physical fitness, enjoy a better quality of life, and increase their mobility. The researchers, from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, write about their findings in the 6 March online issue of the journal Stroke…
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