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How Antioxidants Can Hasten The Spread Of Lung Cancer

A few years ago, scientists in Sweden sparked a heated debate when they published research suggesting that taking antioxidant supplements, such as vitamin E, could make cancer more invasive. Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online – 02nd …Read more


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How antioxidants can hasten the spread of lung cancer

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Antioxidants may encourage the spread of lung cancer rather than prevent it

Antioxidants once touted as a cancer preventive may actually spur the diseases spread Now scientists have figured out how The results provide a new mechanism for how lung cancer cells can spread and may lead to new possibilities for treatment
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New basic understanding of how lung cancer spreads

Lung cancer cells use antioxidants endogenous or dietary to spread in the body by activating cells reduce their oxidative stress which can happen in one of two ways The cancer cells
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Antioxidant role in spread of lung cancer revealed in new studies

According to the researchers the findings may pave the way for new therapeutic strategies for lung cancer Drug Target Review reports we show that the aggressive metastasising induced by antioxidants can be blocked by stopping the production of
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Antioxidants may feed some cancers scientists discover

Taking vitamin E – an antioxidant cancer to migrate and spread Tumors that are positive for a particular gene mutation that boosts antioxidant production in the body can spread particularly aggressively About 30 percent of non-small cell lung
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Study reveals antioxidant role in spread of lung cancer

Researchers have discovered that lung cancer cells metastasise using antioxidants In this present study we show that the aggressive metastasising induced by antioxidants can be blocked by stopping the production of BACH1 or by using drugs that
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Want To Burn More Calories? Experts Say Drink A Cup Of Coffee

Nothing could better complete a day than a hot sip of good and rich coffee in the morning. The caffeine in it would surely boost your central nervous system, keep your minds alert, and even improve your brain’s health in no time. But did you know that a cup of …Read more


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Drinking coffee could stimulate 'brown fat' and help you burn more calories

Drinking coffee could stimulate 'brown fat' and help you burn more calories

Drinking coffee could stimulate brown fat and help you burn more calories

Drinking coffee could help you burn fat and lose weight according to new research Scientists found that drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate which occurs as a result of excess calories Experts say people with a lower body mass index BMI tend
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Cup of coffee boosts weight loss helping the body burn calories faster

YOUR morning coffee may have the power to get you out of bed in the morning but it might also help you to lose weight Drinking a cup calories Experts say people with a lower body mass index BMI tend to have a higher amount of brown fat The more
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Cup of Coffee Helps Body Burn Calories Faster

Drinking a cup of joe can stimulate brown which occurs as a result of excess calories Experts say people with a lower body mass index BMI tend to have a higher amount of brown fat The more brown fat you have the better insulin sensitivity you
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Study Coffee could help you burn fat

New research shows drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate what is known as brown fat Thats the fat in your body that keeps you warm by burning calories similar Experts say people who drink more than four cups of coffee a day may want to cut
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New Research Suggests That Coffee Could Help With Weight Loss

It stores calories you Experts say they still need to do more research to see what is in coffee that helps speed up weight loss and recommend not drinking more than three cups a day
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8 Ways to Burn Calories and Fight Fat

For years products have been marketed with the promise of helping you burn more calories But is there really anything you can do to increase the number of calories your body burns each day Well yes and no experts say 7 Drink 8 Cups of Water
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Fifty years of HIV: how close are we to a cure?

It’s half a century since the first known HIV-related death and two patients appear to have been cured of the virus. What does this mean for the 37 million still living with it? Edwards Siddons and Thomas Graham. Tue 2 Jul 2019 05.00 EDT. Share on Facebook …Read more


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50 years after Stonewall LGBT rights are a work in progress

This months anniversary provides an opportune moment to ask How has the movement fared over the past 50 20 years as CEO of the Los Angeles LGBT Center remembers AIDS in the 1980s as a horrific disaster that killed many of the men close
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HIV Hiding in Cells Can Now Be Measured But Are We Closer to a Cure

Siliciano PhD a leader in the HIV cure world He said that while current drugs out there are doing a good job of attacking and suppressing the virus none of them are able to get rid of this persistent latent form Over the years Siliciano and his
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How close are we to a cure for Huntingtons

If one of your parents has the disease theres a 50 per cent chance of you inheriting it For those who know they are at risk life has always been an agonising waiting game There is no cure we would be nowhere we would be 50 years back
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HIV Hep A measles CDC director shares his priority list of diseases to wipe out in Florida

The goal is to reduce new infections nationally by 75 percent in next five years and 90 percent in the next 10 years We discovered that 48 counties plus the District of Columbia and San Juan made up more than 50 percent of all new HIV infections in
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Stonewall riots How they changed Rochester

But that night 50 HIV even though I had lived through all of these people dying even when its that close to you you dont think of it as that close Youd think Its not us I can remember when he got very sick toward the last
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Cory Booker Was a Rising Star Inside His Plan to Become the Next Big Thing Again

Booker 50 year to lending his star power to the man who challenged and came close to beating Iowa Rep Steve King But all these efforts havent translated yet to polling success Even as
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Can Social Interaction Predict Cognitive Decline?

A recent study concludes that social interaction might be more than just a pleasant pastime; it might help doctors predict an individual’s risk of cognitive decline and, perhaps, dementia. Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online – 02nd July, 2019) A …Read more


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Can social interaction predict cognitive decline

A recent study concludes that social interaction might be more than just a pleasant pastime it might help doctors predict an individuals risk of cognitive decline and perhaps dementia Cognitive decline refers to a general reduction in mental abilities
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Taking a Precision Medicine Approach to Cognitive Disease Treatment

One person may find meditation boring and difficult to practice but they may enjoy engaging in meaningful social interaction such as volunteering Taking a precision medicine approach to cognitive disease can improve treatment efforts but will
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How to improve brain health today

Marwan Sabbagh MD director of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health said there are lifestyle habits people can incorporate today to possibly reduce risk for cognitive decline memory and attention Social interaction has also been
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Scientists Seek To Discover Why Some Minds Resist The Damage That Comes With Old Age

For example a head injury of the same magnitude can result higher levels of social interaction or working in cognitively demanding occupations managerial or professional roles for instance increases resilience to cognitive decline and dementia
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How Can AI Improve Customer Communications

An imbalanced approach where a business fails to respond to issues on a social media channel results in a decline to transactions can be analysed with email and marketing campaign insights Every interaction can be analysed to predict where a problem
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Type 2 diabetes Low carb diet without weight loss may lower risk

Can social interaction predict cognitive decline A number of studies have assessed the relationship between social interaction and dementia the latest adds to the increasingly complex picture Cardiovascular risk linked not to weight but to body fat
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VR treatment helps Chinese drug addicts reduce craving

Shanghai, July 1 More than 1,000 drug users in Shanghai have undergone an eight-month virtual reality treatment programme over the last three years to overcome their addiction. More than 70 per cent of the participants have reduced their desire for drugs …Read more





VR treatment helps Chinese drug addicts reduce craving

More than 1000 drug users in Shanghai have undergone an eight-month virtual reality treatment programme over the last three years to overcome their addiction More than 70 per cent of the participants have reduced their desire for drugs after undergoing
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China Exclusive Virtual reality helps drug addicts kick habit

The center is among several Chinese facilities Meth addicts show fewer withdrawal symptoms than heroin users Using VR helps them cut their psychological reliance on the drug Xia said Chen has participated in two VR treatment sessions so far
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Drug rehabilitation center applies VR in treatment of addicts

drug addicts receive treatment assisted by VR technology at a compulsory drug rehabilitation center in Liangzhu Town East Chinas Zhejiang Province July 5 2017 The technology is said to help reduce an addicts drug cravings Photo China News
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VR treatment proves effective in drug rehab

HANGZHOU — Virtual reality VR treatment designed to help drug addicts give up their habit has proven effective local Chinese rehabilitation authorities videos simulate familiar scenarios that trigger drug cravings then they show the effect of
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Therapists have created a virtual heroin cave in an attempt to help addicts

Theyve created a virtual heroin cave that drug abusers can navigate with the help of a therapist so that they can learn to identify and resist the things that normally would trigger the craving VR to treat addiction The way that this VR-enhanced
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Meet the companies from the Invent Health startup showcase on Mental and Behavioral Health

What Lucid care does is provide a digital therapeutics platform that uses virtual reality to help people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol reduce addiction The opioid epidemic is on the rise With high patient drop-out rates from treatment programs
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WHO team to visit Pakistan this month over HIV outbreak

A team of experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) are likely to visit Pakistan this month to help fight against the outbreak of HIV in Sindh particularly in the affected area of Larkana, sources said on Monday. WHO team called over HIV/AIDS outbreak: …Read more


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WHO team called over HIVAIDS outbreak PMs aide

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services Dr Zafar Mirza on Sunday said that a 10-member team of World Health Organizations WHO technical and professional expert would visit Pakistan to investigate the outbreak of HIV in an
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Pakistan seeks help from WHO to investigate HIV outbreak

Out of the affected 537 are between the ages of 2 to 15 Karachi The Pakistan government has sought the help of the World Health organisation WHO to probe the recent outbreak of HIV in the countrys Sindh province that has till now affected over 600
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WHO team arrives to help Sindh govt HIV outbreak

The team which was received by Health DG Dr Masood Solangi will visit Rato Dero Prior to this outbreak there were just over 1200 children diagnosed with HIV and receiving antiretroviral treatment across Pakistan On May 16 local authorities
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International rapid response team called over HIVAIDS outbreak in Sindh Dr Zafar Mirza

Pakistan is a considered a low-prevalence country for HIV but this month the visit of an international rapid response team he said that he had noted that these efforts were insufficient particularly with regards to the investigation of the outbreak
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Pakistan Seeks Help From WHO To Probe HIV Outbreak Report

The Pakistan government has sought the help of the World Health organisation WHO to probe the recent outbreak of HIV in the countrys Sindh province that has till now affected over 600 people 10-member rapid response team from the WHO and Centres
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WHO team called over HIVAIDS outbreak PMs aide

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services Dr Zafar Mirza on Sunday said that a 10-member team of World Health Organizations WHO technical and professional expert would visit Pakistan to investigate the outbreak of HIV in an
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Too Much Iron May Cause Skin Infections

One global study that investigated the role of iron in a variety of health conditions has found that excess iron may lead to a higher risk of bacterial skin infections. Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online – 01st July, 2019) One global study that …Read more


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Too much iron may cause skin infections

One global study that investigated the role of iron in a variety of health conditions has found that excess iron may lead to a higher risk of bacterial skin infections Iron is an essential mineral All human cells contain some iron but around 70 of it
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Dogs love to play in water but it has risks Pet Connection

Potent cyanotoxins can cause anything from skin irritation to liver failure Dogs playing in water may accidentally take in large quantities while swimming or get overheated and drink too much Either way the excess water can dilute the concentration
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Are You Iron Deficient Heres What You Need to Know

When your body is exhausted your risk of infections and whether or not there may be an underlying cause of iron deficiency so a proper diagnosis and examination is essential she explains Be mindful that too much iron can also be harmful to
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8 Reasons Your Butt Itches Like Crazy

Some people even start scratching in their sleep and of course too much scratching to contact dermatitis a skin condition that causes a red rash and mild to severe itching according to Healthline The reaction may be more severe in spots where
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10 Causes of Headache and Fever and What to Do

Infections medications and stress due to RA may indirectly cause fever and headaches Other symptoms of RA include Taking too much pain-relieving medication three inches redness or red streaks on the skin happen more than two days after getting
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How childhood viral infections may later drive multiple sclerosis

Too much iron may cause skin infections According to a large-scale new study iron levels that are excessively high may cause bacterial skin infections such as cellulitis and abscesses Cognitive decline A personalized approach could be key A new study
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How Childhood Viral Infections May Later Drive Multiple Sclerosis

Childhood viral infections that reach the brain may prime it for the development of autoimmune conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, later in life this is what a recent study that scientists conducted in mice seems to suggest. Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan …Read more


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How childhood viral infections may later drive multiple sclerosis

Childhood viral infections that reach the brain may prime it for the development of autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis later in life this is what a recent study that scientists conducted in mice seems to suggest Recent research has
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What if just one virus was in part responsible for triggering many conditions like multiple sclerosis lupus illness and mental illness are not governed by one single viral infection There are complex potential genetic environmental and biological
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medics worried it may be a brain tumour or early signs of multiple sclerosis MS Mrs Altoft was forced to endure an MRI scan and a lumbar puncture to test her spinal fluid Although these came back clear doctors later discovered she had become
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The Connection Between MS and the Epstein-Barr Virus

Heres why researchers think it can increase your risk of multiple sclerosis with EBV early in childhood and produce no symptoms But those who are not infected during childhood may have a tendency to get mononucleosis at a later time in life
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How the virus behind kissing disease may increase your risk for autoimmune diseases like lupus

Now some 40 years later Harley says hes found a smoking gun The Epstein-Barr virus EBV which infects some 90 of Americans may cause changes including multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis And children infected with EBV are
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Too much iron may cause skin infections

How childhood viral infections may later drive multiple sclerosis Based on a study in mice researchers now suggest that transient viral infections in childhood may facilitate multiple sclerosis development later in life Exercise may increase lifespan
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Updated HPV Vaccine Recommendations Follow Big HPV Infection Drops Shown In New Study

Adults up to age 45 are now recommended to discuss with their doctors getting the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which prevents 3% of all cancer in women and 2% of all cancer in men—an estimated 34,000 cancers a year in the U.S. Following …Read more


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Updated HPV Vaccine Recommendations Follow Big HPV Infection Drops Shown In New Study

Adults up to age 45 are now recommended to discuss with their doctors getting the human papillomavirus HPV vaccine which prevents 3 of all cancer in women and 2 of all cancer in menan estimated 34000 cancers a year in the US Following
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US vaccine guidelines for flu HPV updated

It also tweaks recommendations shown the vaccine is even more effective than expected explained Debbie Saslow senior director of HPV-Related and Womens Cancers at the American Cancer Society ACS This new two-dose regimen is easier to follow
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HPV vaccine has led to significant drop in cervical cancer rates among UK women study reveals

A new study has shown the success of the Human Papilloma Virus HPV vaccine programme in significantly reducing the number of young women carrying potentially life-threatening infections The majority of cervical cancer cases are caused by HPV 16 and
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Study shows major real-world impact of cervical cancer vaccines

They found that the two HPV types that cause 70 of cervical cancers – known as HPV 16 and HPV 18 – were significantly reduced after vaccination with an 83 decline in infections in girls aged 13 to 19 and 66 drop results show the vaccines are
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More US teens getting vaccinated against HPV

Teens and young adults who start the vaccine series between ages 15 through 26 need three doses according to the agency In its new report caused by HPV Latest statistics show that HPV vaccination has led to significant drops in HPV infections
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It also tweaks recommendations shown the vaccine is even more effective than expected explained Debbie Saslow senior director of HPV-Related and Womens Cancers at the American Cancer Society ACS This new two-dose regimen is easier to
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Morning people may have lower breast cancer risk: Study

ISLAMABAD-Could being a morning or an evening person be a risk factor for breast cancer? A large study suggests that women who are morning people could be at lower risk. READ MORE: Prince William, Kate Middleton to visit Pakistan this autumn.Read more


Early risers have lower breast cancer risk

Early risers are less likely to develop breast cancer

Early risers may have lower breast cancer risk

Do ‘night owls’ have a higher risk of breast cancer?

Morning people may have slightly lower risk for breast cancer

If youre a woman who greets the early morning with a smile new research delivers good news — you have said breast cancer surgeon Dr Alice Police This study suggests that there may be a lower incidence of breast cancer in morning people
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Do night owls have a higher risk of breast cancer

Now say researchers we may need to add being a night owl to that list The new study morning people were at a slightly lower risk one less woman per 100 of developing breast
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Morning larks are less at risk of breast cancer

Being a morning person may reduce your risk of breast cancer research suggests A study found those who an invasive breast cancer Some people are diagnosed with carcinoma in situ where no cancer cells have grown beyond the duct or lobule
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Being a morning person linked to lower risk of breast cancer

Being a morning person popularly known as larks is associated with a lower risk of developing breast cancer may also carry an increased risk the results suggest The authors have previously
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Early risers may have lower risk of breast cancer

A new study with a morning or night preference When it comes to breast cancer the statistics can be unsettling One in eight women will be diagnosed and one a day will die form it just in San Diego alone Every day we have people come into
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Women who are morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer

New large-scale research has found that women who are naturally morning people may have a lower risk of breast cancer than those who are night owls Carried out by UK US French and Norwegian researchers the new study looked at or 180216 women taking
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