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Tickling lifesaving neurological disease

Tickling lifesaving neurological disease

Sancho Norris forced tickle their 12-month-old son Benn, he continued to breathe, writes The Daily Mail. Baby just stops breathing several times a night, and the mother has to tickle him in order to restore breathing. Alarm allows parents to understand that the baby had stopped breathing (sometimes it is up to 23 times per night). Then the child tickle feet, under the chin or abdomen, that he woke up. This is usually sufficient to restore normal breathing. The boy diagnosed disorder...

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Vaccine Dr. Fraser will turn usual treatment of HPV

Vaccine Dr. Fraser will turn usual treatment of HPV

Professor Ian Frazer has made a breakthrough that gave the vaccine, saving of human papillomavirus (HPV) and, accordingly, a cancer of the cervix. Now scientists are working with the company Coridon, reports News.com.au. At the moment there are already vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix, giving the girls 12-13 years of protection from the virus. For example, the vaccine Gardasil prevents transmission of four strains of the human papillomavirus, which causes genital warts. Difference between...

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Nanofibers can pose health risks

Nanofibers can pose health risks

Tiny fibers produced using nanotechnology, can be dangerous to humans. Some of them are structurally similar to asbestos fibers and can cause serious health problems, reports BBC, referring to an article published in the journal Toxicology Sciences. Studies in mice have shown that the penetration of these nanoparticles in the lungs can be cause of various types of cancer, such as mesothelioma. Silver nanowires of various lengths were introduced into the lungs of mice. Smaller particles...

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States tremble at Chagas disease

http://images.meddaily.ru/images/big/96_58_965820_1338381976.jpg This disease caused by a parasite and transmitted to humans from the bite of an insect. The report, published in the journal PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, Chagas disease, dubbed "the new U.S. AIDS", reports The New York Times. The report, a group of experts on tropical diseases at Baylor College of Medicine, believe: distribution of the disease in this part of the world is as if the early spread of HIV. In the...

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The offenses negative impact on health in middle age

The offenses negative impact on health in middle age

Commit a crime, a person can pay for your health, when he was 40 years old. The staff at Cardiff University and Texas analyzed data from 400 men, followed since childhood, reported BBC. Found, offenders often end up in hospital and 13 times more likely to have a disability. I must say, before the researchers found that better health in later adolescence and close to 30 were among those who committed the offense at a young age. However, study participants aged 48 years has shown that...

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Received the first vaccine against autoimmune diseases

Received the first vaccine against autoimmune diseases

New development Israeli experts can stop autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohns disease and even cancer, writes The Daily Mail. Experimental development is already well-proven in testing on animals. Known that autoimmune diseases develop when the immune system mistakenly recognizes the individual parts of the body as a pathogen. As a result, the body attacks its own cells. But the new vaccine developed by means of nanotechnology, the process stops, without causing serious...

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Mathematics can hurt a person studies prove

Mathematics can hurt a person studies prove

If one starts to get nervous, solving a mathematical problem, it "included" areas of the brain responsible for pain. In this way the brain works anticipation of computing operations, RIA "Novosti". Apparently, fear of mathematical formulas can cause real pain to man. Similar reaction times recorded in response to other forms of psychological stress – social rejection or traumatic rupture of relations. However, this time, experts from the University of Chicago is...

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Canada on the verge of salmonella epidemic, warn doctors

Canada on the verge of salmonella epidemic, warn doctors

Experts are alarmed possibly fresh jalapeno and Serrano peppers, sold in several stores in Canada, may be contaminated with salmonella, CBC News reports with reference to the Canadian Food Inspection. Representatives of the agencies do not recommend eating peppers. If the product was purchased earlier, it is better to get rid of him. It is known that Salmonella cause disease, characterized by high fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea. In children, the elderly and...

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Infectious diseases are losing control over Russia

http://images.meddaily.ru/images/big/96_62_966234_1342508537.jpg Soon Russians can sleep easy – the epidemic situation in the country, according to Rospotrebnadzor, quiet, the "Remedium". According to official data, in January-May this year marks the decline in incidence to 26 infectious and parasitic diseases. In particular, the level of dysentery fell by 15.1%, acute hepatitis B – 19.1% , acute hepatitis C – 21.9%, mumps – 10.5% of meningococcal disease...

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British doctors want to put at maternal blood

British doctors want to put at maternal blood

British Royal Cornwall hospital fund is going to spend an unusual study. Mothers will inject their own blood lost during delivery, writes The Daily Mail. To do this, blood will be collected and cleaned. According to experts, to avoid transfusions, and preserve the blood supply. Similar technology previously used in the operations, but not in labor. To fund its testing was 50,000 pounds. Doctors hope to launch year-long project in December. According to the initiators of the experiment,...

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