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Where's the beef? Not enough of it is on elders' plates, muscle-metabolism study suggests
... stimulate muscle growth in response to eating the same
protein-rich meal that you eat, which might over time contribute to muscle loss, said Douglas Paddon-Jones, an associate professor in UTMBs departments of physical therapy and internal medicine. Paddon-Jones is the senior author of a paper on the stu...
Baby DVDs, videos may hinder, not help, infants' language development
...ng children. A paper published last spring by the same
researchers showed that by 3 months of age 40 perc...e with little ones the babies are not getting the same
linguistic experience, said Meltzoff, who is the Job and Gertrud Tamaki endowed chair in psychology ...
Penn researchers discover novel pathway for increasing 'good' cholesterol
... this study was performed in mice, humans have the same
proprotein convertases and endothelial lipase, and... in all vertebrates. Jin and Rader expect that the same
pathway for controlling HDL-C will apply to humans. The next step is to study how the genes for ...
Geriatric health conditions have major effect on half of all seniors
...hat people with geriatric conditions had about the same
level of dependency when performing activities of daily living as older patients with chronic diseases, including heart disease, chronic lung disease, diabetes, cancer, musculoskeletal conditions, stroke and psychiatric problems. The study which a...
Parents' depression can weigh on children
...ssion, which then impacts quality of life. Its the same
with peer victimization. It impacts depression, which then impacts quality of life. And it seems to affect not just the emotional aspect of quality of life, but also their health status. Talking about quality of life and problems such as bullying a...
Miniature implanted devices could treat epilepsy, glaucoma
...ord signals from several parts of the brain at the same
time enables you to predict when a seizure is abou...can deliver such a vast amount of data and, at the same
time, be less power hungry than anything else that's out there is what makes this important," he sai...
Controlling prescription drug expenditures: a case report of success
...ormulary, the members out-of-pocket costs were the same
or less if they changed to the less-expensive alternative. The interventions included reclassifying select brand-name drugs to non-preferred status (resulting in approximately half of the annual savings), followed by (in descending order of savings...
Novel candidate biomarker for heart failure also strongly predicts risk of death
...iomarkers yield to better adjust therapies in the same
way that antibiotics are chosen based on the organism causing the infection that would be revolutionary. A condition in which the heart muscle is damaged and cannot pump blood efficiently, heart failure is a major cause of cardiac death. Diagno...
In women, caffeine may protect memory
...researchers arent sure why caffeine didnt show the same
result in men. Women may be more sensitive to the effects of caffeine, she said. Their bodies may react differently to the stimulant, or they may metabolize caffeine differently....
Maternal obesity prior to pregnancy associated with birth defects
...en who had babies without birth defects during the same
time period. Mothers of babies with the following seven of 16 birth defects were more likely to be obese than mothers of infants without birth defects: Spina bifida, a condition that occurs when part of the spinal cord is uncovered, causing inc...
Young children's taste preferences may be influenced by fast-food branding
... of foods and drinks in McDonalds packaging to the same
foods and drinks in unbranded packaging, according...ods and drinks in the McDonalds packaging over the same
foods in unmarked packaging (48.3 percent vs. 36.7 percent for hamburgers, 59 percent vs. 18 percent...
Old McDonald's has a hold on kids' taste buds, Stanford/Packard study finds
... food samples and indicate whether they tasted the same
or which they thought tasted better. With four out of the five foods - chicken nuggets, fries, carrots and milk - significantly more children pegged the McDonald's product as tastier, despite the fact that the foods were exactly the same. "The bra...
ADHD appears to be associated with depressed dopamine activity in the brain
...ce levels of methylphenidate in the blood were the same
in both groups, this suggests that those with ADHD released less dopamine in response to the drug than controls. This blunted response was associated with symptoms of inattention. Exploratory analyses also found evidence of reduced [11C]raclopride bi...
Trial stops after stroke and mortality significantly reduced by blood
...efit fromblood pressure lowering medication in the same
way as younger people.Our results are great news for people in this age group because theysuggest that where they have high blood pressure, such treatment can cuttheir chances of dying as well as stroke." The Steering Committee of HYVET accepted on...
World's largest respiratory health study launches next phase
...will allow us to study different children from the same
family. Brothers and sisters share some of their genes but they also share their childhood environments. Studying siblings is a very important way to identify how diseases group within families. It alsoallows us to dissect out influences of both gene...
Fat is the new normal, FSU researcher says
...ve become heavier, and the researchers believe the same
economic, social and biological forces are to blame....
It's time to look at health risks in a new light, authors say
...d. You can look at the data in medical studies the same
way you look at environmental data. We did, and we found that the there was a lot of uncertainly in these studies, but it often wasnt being communicated to people. Much of this misinformation, the researchers said, comes from the way risks are expl...
Many heart attack patients still not getting emergency clot-busting treatment
...can Heart Association task force has endorsed this same
idea. In the meantime, the study results again point to the importance of rapid response to heart-attack symptoms by individuals and their loved ones and the need to recognize that chest pain may not occur in everyone who has a heart attack. In...
Scientists train nano-'building blocks' to take on new shapes, as reported in Science
... others to other parts of the body all through the same
self-assembly, he said. Although the research is...ating for your floor, he noted. We can use those same
molecules, but train them to get something very useful as far as high technology goes, he said. It's...
The matrix of autism
...the Ravens test. The normal kids had basically the same
results on both tests. The scientists ran the same
experiment with autistic and normal adults, with the same
result. As they report in the August issue...
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