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Blood Levels Of C-Reactive Protein May Predict Heart Attack And Stroke Risk In Women As Well As Men

...moke, weigh more and more likely to have highblood pressure and high cholesterol. It is also possible, they say, that theremay be interactions between the inflammatory process and menopause itself. The researchers caution that standard laboratory tests for C-reactiveprotein are not sufficient to de...

New Rehabilitative Device Combines Form And Function For Children With Mobility Impairments

...ight is not really applied, andstrapping can cause pressure sores. In contrast, The Buddy System useswider str... gelconforms better with a child's body and allows pressure to dissipate,preventing irritation. Tierney began experimenting with prone standers as a senior thes...

Research Answers Burning Questions About Pollution

...oratory, for three years. He is building the high- pressure facility to see if the laser-measurement technique...s getting the spray flames to stabilize in a high- pressure chamber, and we also have to be concerned with interference from the fluorescence of other species ...

"Salt Gene" Determines Benefit Of Low-Salt Diet

...g that they may fare better inlowering their blood pressure through salt restriction -- was associated withthe...igh bloodpressure. That is, their diastolic blood pressure -- the force pressing onblood vessels between heart contractions -- was between 83 and 89 millimeter...

New Studies Shed Light On Facial Features Of Popular Dinosaurs

... "When you work on extinct animals, there is a pressure and a sinceredesire to know what these animals looked like," Witmer says. "We draw thesepictures and they look right to us because they remind us of animals we seetoday. But these pictures may be wrong." For example, Witmer says, Triceratops ...

Fetuses Destined For Abortion May Be Used To Test Gene Therapy

...ion called pre-eclampsia, which involveshigh blood pressure and fluid retention. "If the therapy was inefficient, thefetus would still die, but its extended life span could increase the mother'srisk," says Mickleson. Anderson is now suggesting his team could get round this dilemma byasking women who h...

Four More Lemurs To Be Released Into Madagascar Jungle This Fall

...e Betampona Reserve, for example, isunder constant pressure from illegal logging, burning and over-farming. Theproblem is critical for lemurs' futures because all lemur species are nativeonly to Madagascar. The MFG, headquartered at the San Francisco Zoo, was formed in 1988 tocoordinate conservation e...

American Society Of Animal Science Recognizes Global Scope Of Virginia Tech Researcher's Work

... mean those breeds will do wellin other areas. The pressure to introduce those breeds into other culturesshould be resisted, he said. "We are far better off to incrementally improve the existing livestockrather than introduce new breeds into different environments," Notter said. "Thebreeds that are th...

Nutrition Therapy Helps Patients Emotionally, Research Shows

...percent) and improved blood pressure (5 percent). Most of the patients (88 percent) said they felt thedietitian's advice suited their individual needs. Almost 83 percentsaid they now knew which foods to eat, and 62 pe...

Common Blood Pressure Drug May Promote Healthy Cells

...lazine, taken by millions of peoplewith high blood pressure since the early 1950s, improves cell health bydecr...antihypertension drug, areused to lower high blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels. Only in thepast several years have researchers discovered these drugs...

Researcher Finds World's Most Diverse Home Of Slime Molds

...t rebirth is impossible. "There's a lot of pressure to cut the rain forests, and that means aloss of soil sustainability," Cavender said. "I hope this will draw people'sattention to the need to preserve rain forests." Cavender's discoveries in the lush forest of Tikal, Guatemala, take himanoth...

Amnesia After Sex: More Than A Washington Phenomenon

...athetic nervous system during sex, created intense pressure in the brain'sblood vessels resulting in temporary lack of blood flow to the central part ofthe brain. This, in turn, resulted in amnesia. "Interestingly," Dang quipped, "this form of amnesia results in acomplete inability to recall what happ...

A Protein Switch May Turn On Heart Cells To Combat Heart Disease

... cells to enlarge --such as stress from high blood pressure or having to "take up the slack" fordamaged cells after a heart attack -- may be able to stimulate cells treatedwith MRP1 to divide and replace the damaged cells, he says. Co-authors are Michael Schneider, M.D.; Marc Voorjuis, Ph.D.; Peter Frenkel,M....

Environmental Factors Contribute To High Blood Pressure In African-American Males

... young,urbanAfrican-American males, but high blood pressure can be dramatically decreasedwith theintervention ...es ages18 to 54 showthat the absence of high blood pressure treatment and factors such asunemployment, poverty,substance abuse, and lack of health insurance inc...

Nuts And Oats May Build A Strong Heart

...t rich in oats. People on thediet had lower blood pressure and reduced blood levels of cholesterol at the endof the study. High blood pressure and high cholesterol are risk factors forheart attack and stroke. The oat diet lowered total blood l...

Study Of Origin Of Species Enters The Molecular Age

...ction evolve quickly because they areunder extreme pressure due to the intense competition among males to fertilizeeggs. "The idea is that something might pop up that gives one male an edge inthe race to reproduce," says Wu. "The advantageous gene will be selected forand passed on to male progeny." U...

Biochemical Markers Could Help Identify Battered Children

...ts with severe head trauma torelieve a build-up of pressure with fluid from patients given spinal taps forother reasons. Some of the children studied had been injured by adults who admittedabusing them. Preliminary evidence suggests that victims of abuse usually have a"whole host of biochemical derang...

Fall Meeting: Updated Press Conference Schedule

...E that hit Earth on September 25, 1998. In effect, pressure from the CME and solar wind squeezed ions out of the ionosphere. Presenter: Thomas E. Moore, Head, Interplanetary Physics Branch, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. Panelists: Michael R. Collier, Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Space ...

Supplementing Diet With Fruits And Vegetables, Rather Than Vitamins, Provides Needed "Antioxidants"

...thane as a substitutefor screenings for high blood pressure or high cholesterol. "That would be pretty far down the road, if ever," he says. "This is betterused in clinical research, not as a screening tool." The research was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health andthe American Heart As...

High Temperature Immediately Following A Stroke Leads To Worse Outcome; Quick Cooling Shown To Have Benefit

...lankets, cold infusions or cold washing mayrelieve pressure in the brain after a stroke and can improve the pa...e who died,the cause of death was due to increased pressure in the brain during therewarming process. "In this kind of stroke, there's a death rate of about 80 ...

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