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- Protein levels may predict that a child will develop diabetes - 3
- Iyengar yoga improves stability and balance in women - 2.7
- Breast cancer survivors at higher risk for fractures - 2.7
- Getting stroke patients back on their feet - 2.1
- Probiotics may help ward off obesity - 2.1
- Tai chi helps improve mental health and prevent falls in elderly - 2.1
- Breathing problems during sleep linked to calories burned at rest - 2.1
- TV prescription drug ads minimize risk information - 2
- Tests can predict falls in Parkinson's disease - 2
- Multiple sclerosis treatment from fat stem cells - 2

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Link between metabolism and breast cancer
A protein associated with conditions of metabolic imbalance, such as diabetes and obesity, may play a role in the development of aggressive forms of breast cancer, according to new findings by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI).

Strawberries and blueberries lower heart attack risk in women
Eating three or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week may help women reduce their risk of a heart attack by as much as one-third. Blueberries and strawberries contain high levels of naturally occurring compounds called dietary flavonoids, also found in grapes and wine, blackberries, eggplant, and other fruits and vegetables.

Omega 3 supplements may slow aging effects
Taking enough omega-3 fatty acid supplements to change the balance of oils in the diet could slow a key biological process linked to aging, new research suggests.

FDA panel votes to revoke approval for Avastin for advanced breast cancer
The Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee, FDA, USA disapproved the Avastin which cited a lack of survival benefit. Now as two more trials have been analyzed -- neither showing a survival benefit -- the FDA stated that in the balance, the benefit did not outweigh the harm.

Breast cancer survivors at higher risk for fractures
The combined effects of chemotherapy and endocrine therapy may increase the risk of bone fractures in breast cancer survivors, revealed by researchers in a study.

Ear's sensory hair cells made from stem cells
Researchers have found a way to coax embryonic stem cells as well as reprogrammed adult cells to develop into sensory cells that normally reside in the mammalian inner ear. Those mechanosensitive sensory hair cells are the linchpin of hearing and balance.

Balancing protein intake may be key to long life
Getting the correct balance of proteins in our diet may be more important for healthy ageing than reducing calories, new research funded by the Wellcome Trust and Research into Ageing suggests.

Germs on skin are good for us
On the skin's surface, bacteria are abundant, diverse and constant, but inflammation is undesirable. Research at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine now shows that the normal bacteria living on the skin surface trigger a pathway that prevents excessive inflammation after injury.

New insights into anorexia nervosa
New imaging technology provides insight into abnormalities in the brain circuitry of patients with anorexia nervosa (commonly known as anorexia) that may contribute to the puzzling symptoms found in people with the eating disorder.

Migraine in women increases brain lesions risk
Middle-aged women who had migraine headaches with aura i.e. sensory disturbances, such as with vision, balance or speech, had a higher prevalence of brain lesions when they were older, compared to individuals without similar types of headaches.

New genomic approaches for treating skin diseases
The health of our skin - one of the body's first lines of defense against illness and injury - depends upon the delicate balance between our own cells and the millions of bacteria and other one-celled microbes that live on its surface.

Probiotics may help ward off obesity
One year after giving birth, women were less likely to have the most dangerous kind of obesity if they had been given probiotics from the first trimester of pregnancy, found new research that suggests manipulating the balance of bacteria in the gut may help fight obesity.

Steve Jobs took medical leave of absence for 6 months
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has left the Apple Inc. for 6 months because of his bad health. Steve has been losing weight throughout 2008. The reason has been a mystery to doctors.

New research will help identify risk factors for SIDS
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS is a condition that unexpectedly and unexplainably takes the lives of seemingly healthy babies aged between a month and a year. Now researchers of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Monterotondo, Italy, have developed a mouse model of the so-called crib or cot death, which remains the leading cause of death during the first year of life in developed countries.

Iyengar yoga improves stability and balance in women
A specific type of yoga - Iyengar yoga program - can help improve stability and balance in women over age 65, which could help to prevent falls, finds a preliminary study out of Temple University's Gait Study Center.

TV prescription drug ads minimize risk information
A new University of Georgia study finds that most of prescription drug ads on television still do not present a fair balance of information, especially when it comes to the risk of side effects.

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