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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Parkinson’s in men may be linked to testosterone decline

Parkinson’s disease in men may be linked to a sudden decline in testosterone, a study published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry suggests. Researchers at Rush University Medical Center analyzed a number of male mice who had been castrated, dramatically decreasing their testosterone levels, and they found that the mice showed increased symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Dr…
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Drinking coffee linked to lower suicide risk in adults

Drinking coffee is linked to lower suicide rates, suggests a study published in The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry. Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) reviewed data from three large US studies…
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What is food intolerance? What causes food intolerance?

Food intolerance, also known as non-IgE mediated food hypersensitivity or non-allergic food hypersensitivity, refers to difficulty in digesting certain foods. Food intolerance is different from food allergy. Food allergy triggers the immune system, while food intolerance does not…
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Prescription drug corruption: GSK admits executives in China broke law

The UK-based pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has issued a statement that some of its executive employees have acted “outside of Chinese law.” The company gave the announcement after a meeting with Chinese police officers who were investigating accusations of corruption…
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Cell phone game joins fight against cancer

Anyone fancy a game of cancer hunting? The charity Cancer Research UK has announced a partnership with an England-based software agency to develop a game in which the general public can analyze cancer data while playing. Scientists hope the game will help them recognize new causes of cancer…
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Anthrax and MRSA antibiotic found in ocean

He may not be Jacques Cousteau, but William Fenical from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is exploring the ocean in a whole new way. According to a paper published in Angewandte Chemie, his team recently unearthed a new chemical compound from the sea that may become an effective treatment against the potentially deadly bacteria anthrax and MRSA…
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New Study Shows There’s A Reason Why We “Hear” Our Inner Voice

Chances are, you are reading this first sentence and hearing your own voice talking in your head. According to a new study, internal speech makes use of a system that is mostly employed for processing external speech, which is why we can “hear” our inner voice…
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Study: Women Who Survived Childhood Cancer Still Have Good Chance Of Conceiving

Researchers have found that although females who survived cancer in their childhood have an increased risk of infertility, they still have a good chance of conceiving. The study, published in The Lancet Oncology, revealed that around two-thirds of women who suffered from childhood cancer become pregnant…
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Improved Pregnancy Test Exposes Birth Defect Much Earlier

An improved pre-natal test has been developed in Europe, which can detect fetal abnormalities such as down syndrome in high-risk pregnancies from the ninth week. PrenaTest® is a non-invasive molecular genetic blood test that can detect fetal trisomies 13 (patau syndrome), 18 (edwards syndrome) and 21 (down syndrome) in the blood…
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Dementia Patients In Scotland Share Their Homes With Robots

Caring for a person with dementia can be a full-time job. Characterized by memory loss, moodiness or communicative difficulties, the condition makes independent living quite difficult. But now the carers or relatives of people living in remote areas with dementia may one day use a robot to check in on the patients…
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