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New treatment for fibromyalgia

...mber of tender points--places on the body where it hurts to touch--and the increase of pressure pain threshold. Women with or without depression receiving duloxetine benefited emotionally and physically, reporting improvements in general mood, ability to function, and overall enjoyment of life. For the ...

UCSD biologists discover cell's defense mechanism against class of disease-causing bacterial toxins

...ecause the toxin doesn't recognize human cells, it hurts worms in a manner similar to the pore-forming toxins that affect humans. Aroian and his student discovered that when C. elegans is exposed to either a low dose of Cry5B toxin for a long period of time or a high dose of the toxin for a short period o...

Gene helps determine whether the stresses of life push you into depression, Science study says

...vailable in French . and Japanese . Everybody hurts sometimes, everybody cries, but not everybody becomes depressed. New findings suggest that the path to depression depends, in part, on a gene that determines how you react to the stresses of life the stress of losing a job, a partner, a house, or so...

Smoking pot alters more than mood human immune system affected, USF/UCLA study finds

... people -- but the jury is still out on whether it hurts or helps the body's ability to fight infection or other diseases, report researchers at the University of South Florida College of Medicine and the UCLA School of Medicine in Los Angeles. "The bottom line is you cannot routinely smoke marijuana witho...

Farming inside forests hurts bird communities more than timber harvesting, study suggests

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Farming in and around forests hurts bird populations more than does timber harvesting, according to a study by a researcher at Ohio State University. The study suggests that farming may make bird nests more vulnerable to preda...

Symptoms of illness less severe in hamsters during winter, study finds

...eded energy during winter, it is not known if this hurts the animals by making them less able to fight infection. Nelson said new research in their lab will examine this question. "It may be that the hamsters in winter are somehow able to fight ...

Monarch butterflies, corn pollen coexist in cornfields

...t to monarchs," said Oberhauser. "If an event that hurts monarchs or their host plant, milkweeds, should occur in cornfields, it could have population-wide impacts." Oberhauser cautioned, however, that studies by other researchers have suggested that Bt toxin is not harmful to monarchs at levels found in c...

Gene Variant May Hasten Silent Strokes, Debilitating Stroke Or Alzheimer's

...ular disease and this apoE-4 gene allele,it really hurts your brain," says DeCarli. "It sets you up for some cognitiveimpairment. It reinforces the genetic risk for brain injury related tohypertension and vascular disease as you age." Researchers are not sure how apoE-4 affects the brain, but DeCarli not...

New Forest Owners Prefer Enjoying Their Land Over Working It

... 20-acre lots and sold todifferent individuals, it hurts the integrity of the land," Jacobson said."It's also hard to manage the forest economically, and the owners just giveit up." Wilson Rivers is not part of the new breed of forest owners. He and hiswife live on their 2,500 acres of property in Union Co...

Scientists Trace The Origin Of "Idaho Potatoes"

...raw commodities and food products--a practice that hurts consumers andgrowers alike. But now scientists at the University of Idaho, Moscow, say theyhave a way to identify the counterfeits, and they describe their methods heretoday at the Northwest Regional meeting of the American Chemical Society, thewor...

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(Date:4/18/2014)... have made a brain-related discovery that could revolutionize ... This discovery opens up the possibility that environmental ... specific brain activity that the researchers have identified ... Journal of Neuroscience has just published a ... associate professor of psychology and his doctoral student ...
(Date:4/18/2014)... lead to potential new treatments for breaking the cycle ... Fibrosis, or scarring, is a hallmark of the disease, ... lead to serious organ damage and, in some cases, ... on findings made by Swati Bhattacharyya, PhD, research assistant ... specific protein plays in promoting fibrosis. , "Our ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... specifically associated with the risk of a difficult-to-diagnose ... of all breast cancer cases. , The largest ... invasive lobular carcinoma, gives researchers important clues to ... breast cancer, which can be missed through screening. ... journal PloS Genetics , was co-led by ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... study published today in PLOS Pathogens , children ... is common can mount an immune response to infection ... repeated bouts of high fever and illness and partially ... The findings may help researchers develop future interventions that ... parasite. , Each year, approximately 200 million cases of ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... Colo. (April 17, 2014) Two recent papers ... researcher and colleagues may help scientists develop treatments ... Yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis and other disease-causing flaviviruses. ... biochemistry and molecular genetics at the School of ... Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and colleagues recently published ...
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