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Brain Develops Differently in Fragile X Syndrome

(HealthDay News) -- Brain development in very young boys with fragile X syndrome differs from that in boys without the genetic disorder, a new study has found.

Fragile X syndrome, which is triggered by a mutation in a gene on the X chromosome, is the leading cause of inherited intellectual disability and autism. Though the syndrome affects about one in every 4,000 people, males with the disorder experience more significant symptoms than females.

U.S. researchers used high-resolution MRI to monitor long-term changes that differentiated the brain anatomy of 41 boys with fragile X syndrome and a control group of 21 healthy boys and seven other children who were experiencing developmental delays not caused by fragile X syndrome. Read more...

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Testosterone May Make Women Less Trusting

(HealthDay News) -- It turns out that testosterone might be responsible for more than masculinity and Hollywood action movies: A new study suggests that women who get doses of the hormone are less trusting of strangers, a possible sign that testosterone boosts levels of caution.

The research doesn't prove a direct connection between testosterone, which is found in both sexes. But it does appear to indicate that the hormone helps reduce trust in women and, "in our opinion, protects them from harm," said study co-author Jack van Honk, a psychologist at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Read more...



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How to Treat Diabetes Without Medication

Diabetes is the most common disorder of the endocrine system and occurs due to either the body's inability to make insulin or the body's inability to respond properly to the effects of insulin.

There are two main types of diabetes:

Type I or insulin-dependent or juvenile diabetes, is usually diagnosed during childhood or adolescence. In Type I, the pancreas produces little or no insulin, which means that patients need regular insulin therapy. The symptoms of juvenile diabetes usually appear suddenly and evolve rapidly. The most common symptoms include thirst, frequent urination, constant hunger, sudden weight loss and dehydration. Read more...

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12th National Conference: Parkinson’s 2010: Recent clinical advances in the management of Parkinson’s (Jun 23, 2010, London, United Kingdom, Europe)

Cliquez pour écouter ce texte The British Journal of Hospital Medicine in conjunction with the Parkinson's Disease Society is delighted to announce its 12th National Parkinson's Conference. Parkinson's 2010 is aimed at all health and social care professionals involved in the clinical management of people with Parkinson's. It will be an educational event providing a state-of-the art update on the current clinical developments taking place in the field.
Participants will benefit from receiving:

  • A comprehensive overview of the current and future pharmacotherapies in use.
  • A greater understanding of the management of non- motor symptoms including sleep disorders, impulse control disorders, visual dysfunction and Parkinson's dementia.
  • A raised awareness of the indications for deep brain stimulation.
  • An insight into end of life care for people with Parkinson's.
  • Information from leading experts in the field on the optimal management strategies in use today. We would be delighted if you could join us for what promises to be an exciting and informative day.
  • Please do book early to be sure of your place.
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    12th National Conference: Parkinson's 2010: Recent clinical advances in the management of Parkinson's (Jun 23, 2010, London, United Kingdom, Europe)

    Cliquez pour écouter ce texte The British Journal of Hospital Medicine in conjunction with the Parkinson's Disease Society is delighted to announce its 12th National Parkinson's Conference. Parkinson's 2010 is aimed at all health and social care professionals involved in the clinical management of people with Parkinson's. It will be an educational event providing a state-of-the art update on the current clinical developments taking place in the field.
    Participants will benefit from receiving:

  • A comprehensive overview of the current and future pharmacotherapies in use.
  • A greater understanding of the management of non- motor symptoms including sleep disorders, impulse control disorders, visual dysfunction and Parkinson's dementia.
  • A raised awareness of the indications for deep brain stimulation.
  • An insight into end of life care for people with Parkinson's.
  • Information from leading experts in the field on the optimal management strategies in use today. We would be delighted if you could join us for what promises to be an exciting and informative day.
  • Please do book early to be sure of your place.
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    Natural compounds in carnivorous plants could fight human fungal infections

    The vast array of plants in nature includes carnivorous plants that kill to survive. How can a plant zap a flying or crawling insect? By using a highly evolved group of compounds and secondary metabolites to trap and absorb prey. Now Tel Aviv University researchers say they've found a way these natural plant compounds could benefit human health by fighting serious fungal infections.

    The Venus fly trap is probably the best known example of a carnivorous plant. Native to the tropics, these plants lure unsuspecting beetles, ants, flies and other creatures into a cavity filled with liquid that botanists call a "pitcher". The instant insects fall into this trap, enzymes are activated that dissolve the bugs and provide the plant with needed nutrients, such as carbon and nitrogen, which can be difficult to extract from soil. Read more...



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