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Inflammation Protein Boosts Breast Cancer Prevention

Posted: January 26th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Medicated | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Inflammation Protein Boosts Breast Cancer Prevention

Inflammation Protein Boosts Breast Cancer Prevention

Adelaide researchers say they might have found a better way to use anti-inflammatory drugs to prevent breast cancer. The Hospital Research Foundation has identified a protein that causes inflammation and increased breast density in some women, increasing their cancer risk :: Read the full article »»»»


Researchers Transplant Bionic-heart Into Sheep

Posted: March 9th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Cankler Science News, Engineered Life, Health, Medicated | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Researchers Transplant Bionic-heart Into Sheep

Researchers Transplant Bionic-heart Into SheepMedical and engineering specialists say they are on the cusp of a breakthrough after successfully transplanting a bionic heart into a sheep.

The bionic heart was designed by Brisbane engineer Dr Daniel Timms in 2001 while he was studying at the Queensland University of Technology.

It contains a spinning disc with small blades on each side that pump blood around the body and lungs, without a traditional pulse.

The bionic heart can last at least 10 years and could help bridge the gap between patients requiring heart transplants and the number of donor hearts available.

The team, made up of Queensland and international researchers, said the device was a significant advance on other designs that were large, prone to wear, or could only pump on the left or right side.

It is expected to be ready for human trials within three years :: Read the full article »»»»


Erectile Dysfunctions Link With Heart Disease?

Posted: February 8th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Medicated | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Erectile Dysfunctions Link With Heart Disease?

Erectile Dysfunctions Link With Heart DiseaseNew Australian research has found men suffering even mild erectile dysfunction could have heart disease without knowing it. The Sax Institute’s 45 and Up Study is one of the largest on-going studies of healthy ageing in the world.

Doctors who looked at more than 95,000 men found that erectile dysfunction may be a symptom of cardiovascular disease. The study found that men with erectile dysfunction have a higher risk of being admitted to hospital with heart disease, even if they have no history of heart problems.

This is because erectile dysfunction can indicate problems with blood vessels and poor blood flow. The study notes that erectile dysfunction is common, with an estimated 40 per cent of men over 40 experiencing it :: Read the full article »»»»


Australia: Melbourne Researchers Find Botox Eases Multiple Sclerosis Tremors

Posted: July 3rd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Cankler Science News, Chemically Engineered, Medicated | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Australia: Melbourne Researchers Find Botox Eases Multiple Sclerosis Tremors

Australia - Melbourne Researchers Find Botox Eases Multiple Sclerosis TremorsResearchers have found that Botox can significantly reduce the severity of tremors in patients with the debilitating inflammatory disease, Multiple Sclerosis.

Researchers injected 23 patients with either Botox or a placebo over six months during the trial at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. They then videoed the volunteers to see if the botox made a difference.

Multiple sclerosis (MS), also known as “disseminated sclerosis” or “encephalomyelitis disseminata”, is an inflammatory disease in which the fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and scarring as well as a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms.

Disease onset usually occurs in young adults, and it is more common in women. It has a prevalence that ranges between 2 and 150 per 100,000. MS was first described in 1868 by Jean-Martin Charcot :: Read the full article »»»»


Australian Researchers Push Magnesium Sulphate as Cerebral Palsy Prevention

Posted: March 25th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Cankler Science News, Medicated | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on Australian Researchers Push Magnesium Sulphate as Cerebral Palsy Prevention

Australian Researchers Push Magnesium Sulphate as Cerebral Palsy Prevention BabiesThe risk of premature babies developing cerebral palsy is cut by a third if the mother is given magnesium sulphate immediately before birth, new research shows. So far it’s only been proven to work in babies born before 30 weeks, however, advocates of the research are saying that this new approach could prevent up to 150 babies a year from developing the chronic life-long condition.

Doctors are hailing the development as the biggest breakthrough in preventing the debilitating condition in 50 years, despite the fact it is not yet being routinely used in hospitals. The benefits of magnesium sulphate had been observed for a while, but obstetrics Professor Caroline Crowther says it was a large study in Australia and New Zealand in 2003 that gave compelling evidence :: Read the full article »»»»