Tag: "implicates" at medical news
Torture, ill-treatment, and sexual identity
...c Health, New York, USA, discuss how the AI report implicates
health professionals not only as passive bystanders, but also as active perpetrators of abuses citing, for example, the use by the military of apartheid South Africa of discredited therapies aimed at "repairing" homosexual orientation. Simon Lewin c...
Alcohol researchers find genetic locus of human brain wave
...n. Mounting evidence from human and animal studies implicates
GABAA in the development of tolerance to and dependence on alcohol and in genetic liability for alcoholism. Among its many functions, GABAA serves as the gatekeeper for neurons that influence beta EEG frequency. Scientists have speculated that some p...
Treatment for behavioral disorders in children with autism
...ism are unknown for most cases, available evidence implicates
abnormalities in brain development. Twin and family studies indicate a strong genetic contribution. In addition to core symptoms, children with autism frequently exhibit serious behavior disturbances, such as self-injury, aggression, hyperactivity, ...
UT Southwestern researchers find clue to understanding tolerance to drugs of abuse
...may also be involved in symptoms of depression and implicates
the critical role of CREB in controlling the activity of these brain regions."...
Among elderly, depression more prevalent in Hispanics and blacks
...ed with frequency of major depression particularly implicates
the need for health insurance carriers to facilitate better access to medical care among ethnic minority groups, Dunlop and colleagues said. Further, the strong relationship of health needs to depression frequency, including functional limitations a...
Alcohol's damaging effects on adolescent brain function
...sented both animal and human research that clearly implicates
alcohol use as a source of brain damage during these critical formative years. Proceedings are published in the February issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research . "The adolescent brain is a 'work in progress,'" said Peter M. Monti, sy...