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Archive for May, 2014

Are your genetic secrets really safe you probably think?


Date: May 31st, 2014

Balancing between science and health advancement and privacy protectionA new study has demonstrated that male volunteers who provide their personal genetic materials for undertaking scientific research shouldn’t be very confidence about the anonymity of the identity being guaranteed.

A monkey study shows that worm therapy could help ease colitis


Date: May 30th, 2014

Crohn’s disease and colitis are medical conditions that have really become increasing common in recent days but there seems to be hope in the tunnel. The parasitic microscopic pig worm eggs seem to be the answer to these conditions and while the treatment might sound unsavory, it could be the much-awaited treatment. In the study, which by the way even the BLS healthcare provider trainee should follow, 5 young rhesus monkeys which had been diagnosed to be suffering from idiopathic chronic diarrhea showed their symptoms greatly relieved after worm treatment was administered to them. This resulted in their gut being heath and considerably reduced inflammation of their colon or large intestine.

Drug shows effectiveness against fragile X syndrome


Date: May 29th, 2014

A new drug seems very promising in treating autism, a study showsAbout Fragile X syndrome

Fragile X syndrome refers to a typical genetic condition that is associated with mental retardation or intellectual impairment and to some extent, autism. The medication is still being studied by the scientists and a new research has been launched to ascertain if it can help those with autism improve their social withdraw.

Causes, symptoms and treatment of cardiac arrest


Date: May 28th, 2014

How good lifestyle helps prevent cardiac arrestWhen one suffers a cardiac arrest, his or her heart stops beating suddenly. The pumping of blood to the body stops and if the beating of the heart isn’t re-started within few minutes, the patient will die. The problem is known as sudden cardiac arrest.

How a traumatic event changed my life


Date: May 27th, 2014

How therapeutic approaches helps people deal with traumas

Sadie lay on the street bleeding heavily, dead

Every one of us has his or her traumas in life. Traumas are those kinds of experiences and events, which changed our life’s course or greatly impacted on our lives in one way or the other.