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Archive for September, 2016

“Heart-on-a-Chip” may replace Drug Testing on Animals

Sep
06

Date: September 6th, 2016

Drug Testing Statistics

When a company decides to develop a new drug, they must be prepared to spend about five billion dollars to develop the medication. More than half of that money will be spent in the initial research and development of the medication. A large number of drugs are tested on animals before they are tested on humans because animal lives are not considered to be as valuable as human life.

With the development of an artificial human organ that would respond just like a living animal, or person, would respond, the drug companies could effectively test their medications without putting any lives at risk.
This type of testing would allow the drug companies to spend less money on their development of the drugs so medications could be priced lower for the consumer, and it would mean that no life was ever endangered during the testing phase. Drugs could be tested and approved a lot faster making the growth of the drug industry increase rapidly.

Indicators of Possible Postsurgical Pain for Children

Sep
04

Date: September 4th, 2016

The Study Group

The children that participated in the study were between the ages of ten and eighteen with the most common age being fourteen. Each child had one parent or guardian participate with them. Most of the children came from homes that had an average income of $55,000. The majority of the participants were female ad the majority of the parents who participated were also female.

Diabetes Increases Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Sep
03

Date: September 3rd, 2016

The study group

One hundred and ten Korean adults averaging an age of fifty six and one half, that all had type II diabetes for at least twelve years, and they suffered from metabolic syndrome.

The Metabolic Syndrome Factors

The most frequent metabolic syndrome factor was abdominal obesity, which was present in eight six percent of the subjects. The second highest metabolic syndrome recorded among the participants was elevated blood pressure levels, in which seventy eight percent of the participants had high blood pressure. The third most frequent metabolic syndrome was smoking and the abuse of alcohol.

Uneven Sleep Patterns may make Teens Snack More

Sep
02

Date: September 2nd, 2016

Regularity of Sleep Counts More than Quantity of Sleep in Teens

Teens need to have a regularly established sleep pattern in order to minimize their snacking, and their propensity to gain abnormal amounts of weight.

The medical association recommends that teens get eight full hours of sleep each night. The majority of teens get less than seven hours of sleep each night. For many years, this lack of sleep has been a huge concern of educators, parents, and medical professionals, but the latest study shows that we should be more concerned with the regularity of sleeping the child does, instead of the quantity of sleep they get each night.

In the U.S. the Numbers of Suicide Increase of Teens by Hanging

Sep
01

Date: September 1st, 2016

For people in the United States ranging in ages of ten to twenty-four suicides is the second leading cause of death. According to information gained from the Center for Disease Control’s National Center for Injury prevention and Control; the three leading methods of suicide are self-shooting with a firearm, hanging or some form of suffocation, and intentional ingestion of poisonous substances.

Hanging and Suffocation rates

The March issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report states that there has been a 6.7 increase in the number of girls between the ages of 10 and 24 who are choosing hanging, or some other form of suffocation as a means of suicide. There has been an increase of 2.2% in the number of boys between the ages of ten and twenty four who choose to commit suicide by some means of suffocation since 1994.