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Living near green vacant spaces lowers stress

Living near green vacant spaces lowers stress

20 Mar 2015

New York: Even city life can become a lot less stressful with a "greening treatment" of vacant spaces that includes cleaning and removing debris besides planting grass and trees, new research suggests.

green vacant spaces,   lowers stress,   greening treatment,   removing debris,   heart rates ,  
Aspirin could tackle <strong>dementia</strong>: Study

Aspirin could tackle dementia: Study

05 Jan 2015

Sydney: An Australian university has been commissioned by the US-based National Institutes of Health to investigate aspirin's anti-dementia powers, local media reported on Monday.

Dementia,   aspirin,   anti-dementia power,   memory,   elderly people,   blood platelets,   heart attacks,  
New <strong>treatment</strong> for muscle cramp found effective

New treatment for muscle cramp found effective

19 Feb 2015

Washington: A new treatment developed by US researchers has been found effective in reducing the intensity of muscle cramps by as much as thrice. The new treatment may bring hope for people who suffer from muscle cramps or spasms due to neuromuscular disorders diseases such as multiple sclerosis or from nighttime leg cramps that hampers sleep.

muscle cramp,   muscle cramp treatment,   neuro muscular disorders,   leg cramps,  
Diabetes <strong>treatment</strong> should be localised: Study

Diabetes treatment should be localised: Study

08 Feb 2015

Washington: The factors behind the prevalence of diabetes may be affected by the geography and hence the prevention and treatment should be based on the local factors, said a study.

Diabetes,   Diabetes factors,   Diabetes symptoms,   Diabetes treatment,   Diabetes study,  
 Urine test can lead to better bladder cancer <strong>treatment</strong>

Urine test can lead to better bladder cancer treatment

27 Feb 2015

London: A simple urine test could help clinicians identify the level of bladder cancer aggressiveness in patients, says a study.

Urine test,   bladder cancer treatment,   bladder cancer,   biomarkers ,  
Sticky protein may lead to novel <strong>treatment</strong> for Parkinson's disease

Sticky protein may lead to novel treatment for Parkinson's disease

26 Feb 2015

London: In what could potentially slow the progress of Parkinson's disease, researchers have developed a peptide that sticks to the protein that causes this incurable disease, stopping it from killing brain cells.

Sticky protein,   Parkinsons,   disease,   brain cells,   neurological condition ,  
Midlife crisis could be linked with <strong>dementia</strong>

Midlife crisis could be linked with dementia

09 May 2012

If you are overcome by a sense of hopelessness, especially during your mid or later life, it could be a sign that your are heading for dementia, the mental decline caused by Alzheimer's. "Prevalence and costs of AD (Alzheimer disease) and other dementia are projected to rise dramatically during the next 40 years unless a prevention or a cure can be found," write researchers from University of California, San Francisco.

Depression in midlife,   Dementia,   Treatment for dementia,  
Doubt over stem-cell based infertility <strong>treatment</strong>

Doubt over stem-cell based infertility treatment

04 Feb 2015

Stockholm: A new study by a Swedish institution suggests that infertility cannot be successfully treated with stem cells.

stem cell,   infertility treatment,   University of Gothenburg ,  
Powerful antibody to kill dengue virus found

Powerful antibody to kill dengue virus found

21 Feb 2015

Singapore: Raising hope for the development of effective dengue treatment, researchers have identified a super-potent antibody which requires a minute amount to neutralise the virus.

antibody,   dengue virus,   dengue,   dengue treatment,  
Awareness is key in <strong>treatment</strong> of congenital hypothyroidism, says expert

Awareness is key in treatment of congenital hypothyroidism, says expert

04 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Mandatory screening of newborns for congenital hypothyroidism and creating awareness among people would help prevent the condition which affects one in 1,172 newborns, top endocrinologists have said.

hypothyroidism,   congenital hypothyroidism,   endocrinologists,   Medical Research ,  

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