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बुधवार, 12 मार्च 2014

आरोग्य /विज्ञान समाचार :योग का पूरा लाभ आप को तभी मिलेगा जब आप कमसे कम हफ्ते में तीन बार ४५ -६० मिनिट के लिए योगाभ्यास करते हैं

  1. आरोग्य /विज्ञान समाचार 


योग का पूरा लाभ आप को तभी मिलेगा जब आप कमसे 



कम हफ्ते में तीन बार ४५ -६० मिनिट के लिए योगाभ्यास 

करते हैं। 


शहद घाव को पकने से रोकने का गुण लिए है। एंटी -

सेप्टिक 


है .अलावा इसके यह घाव को कई किस्म के संक्रमण से 


मुक्त 


रखने में सहायक सिद्ध होता है। शहद एक अच्छा रोगाणु 


रोधक है। 

गर्भावस्था के दरमियान खासकर गर्भावस्था की  पहली 

तिमाही में गर्भवती महिला द्वारा शराब का सेवन समय से 


पहले प्रसव, समय से पहले जन्मे छोटी  कदकाठी के नवजात 


(स्माल बेबी) के जोखिम को बढ़ाता है। 




इस अवधि में अल्कोहल लेने वाली प्रसूताओं के नवजात 

फीटल एल्कोहल सिंड्रोम से ग्रस्त  देखे गए हैं। करे मुल्ला पिटे 


जुम्मा वाली बात हो गई यह तो। जुल्म है यह 


गर्भस्थ अजन्मे बच्चे पर। 




Addicted to phone? It can hit bonding 

with your child

WASHINGTON: Parents, take note! Your addiction to your smartphone can affect yourparenting

 skills and prevent you from emotionally bonding with the kids, a new study suggests. Researchers 
found that in the study when parentsspent a long time looking at their phones, their children 
noticed and tried to seek attention. Researchers from Boston Medical Center went to 15 fast food 
restaurants and observed the interactions between family members, noting in particular the 
reactions children had when mom or dad were busy with their smartphones. 




Dr Jenny S Radesky, a fellow in developmental behavioural paediatrics and lead author of the

study said that experts took detailed notes about the observations. Parents in 40 of the 55 families

observed were absorbed in their mobile devices. They seemed more distracted when they were

typing and making swiping motions with the fingers than when making phone calls. And almost a

third of the parents used their devices continuously throughout their meal. Some children appeared

unaffected and ate their meals in silence. Other children were more provocative, with one set of

siblings singing 'Jingle bells, Batman smells' to get their father's attention, the 'ABC News' reported.



  1. Times of India ‎- 5 hours ago
    Parents, take note! Your addiction to your smartphone can affect your parenting skills and prevent you from emotionally bonding with the kids...





DRINKING UPS PREMATURE BIRTH RISKS 

 Drinking during first three months ofpregnancy has been now confirmed to heighten the risk of 

having premature or unexpectedly small baby. 

Women who drink more than the recommended two weekly units are twice likely to give birth to 

an unexpectedly small or premature baby than women who abstain completely. 

But even women who don't exceed the maximum recommended alcohol intake during this period 

are still at increased risk of a premature birth, even after taking account of other influential factors. 

Drinking during the period leading up to conception is also linked to a higher risk of restricted fetal 

growth, indicating that this may also be a critical period, suggests the study. 

"Our results highlight the need for endorsing the abstinence-only message, and further illuminate 

how timing of exposure is important in the association of alcohol with birth outcomes, with the 

first trimester being the most vulnerable period," it said. 


Researchers bases their findings on responses to food frequency questionnaires by 1,264 women at 

low risk of birth complications in Leeds. 

The women were part of the Caffeine and Reproductive Health study, looking into links between 

diet and birth outcomes. 

The mums to be were asked how often they drank alcohol, and what type it was, at four time 

points: in the four weeks before conception; and in each of the subsequent three months 

(trimesters) throughout the pregnancy. 

Alcohol consumption was significantly higher before conception and in the first three months of 

pregnancy than in the subsequent two trimesters, averaging 11, 4, and just under two units a 

week. 


Over half (53%) of the women drank more than the recommended maximum two weekly units

during the first trimester. And almost four out of 10 said they drank more than 10 units a week in

the period leading up to conception.

Those who drank more than two units a week were more likely to be older, educated to degree

level, of white ethnicity, and more likely to live in affluent areas.

Some 13% of the babies born were underweight, and 4.4% were smaller than would be expected; a

similar proportion (4.3%) was born prematurely.


LONDON: Drinking during first three months ofpregnancy has been now confirmed to heighten 

the risk of having premature or unexpectedly small baby. 

In the UK, the Department of Health recommends pregnant women and those trying to conceive 

not to drink alcohol at all and no more than one-two units a week. Middle class women were most 

likely to drink more than this, a study has found. 

A path breaking legal case is underway in England and will 

be soon heard in the Court of Appeal 

on drinking while pregnant - and whether doing so to excess 

should be considered a crime. 

A council is set to argue that a child who was born with 

serious health defects as a result of her mother's drinking 

habits should be given a compensation payout for being the 

victim of a crime. 

The case was given permission by the upper tribunal of the Administrative Appeals Chamber recently to be heard in the Court of Appeal. The child was diagnosed with foetal alcohol syndrome at birth. She is now six and living with foster parents. 




Drinking during the first three months of pregnancy was most strongly linked to negative \

outcomes 

for the baby. 


Women who drink more than the recommended two weekly units are twice likely to give birth to 

an unexpectedly small or premature baby than women who abstain completely. 

But even women who don't exceed the maximum recommended alcohol intake during this period 

are still at increased risk of a premature birth, even after taking account of other influential factors. 

Drinking during the period leading up to conception is also linked to a higher risk of restricted fetal 

growth, indicating that this may also be a critical period, suggests the study. 

"Our results highlight the need for endorsing the abstinence-only message, and further illuminate 

how timing of exposure is important in the association of alcohol with birth outcomes, with the 

first trimester being the most vulnerable period," it said. 

Researchers bases their findings on responses to food frequency questionnaires by 1,264 women at 

low risk of birth complications in Leeds. 

The women were part of the Caffeine and Reproductive Health study, looking into links between 

diet and birth outcomes. 

The mums to be were asked how often they drank alcohol, and what type it was, at four time 

points: in the four weeks before conception; and in each of the subsequent three months 

(trimesters) throughout the pregnancy. 

Alcohol consumption was significantly higher before conception and in the first three months of 

pregnancy than in the subsequent two trimesters, averaging 11, 4, and just under two units a 

week. 

Over half (53%) of the women drank more than the recommended maximum two weekly units 

during the first trimester. And almost four out of 10 said they drank more than 10 units a week in 

the period leading up to conception. 

Those who drank more than two units a week were more likely to be older, educated to degree 

level, of white ethnicity, and more likely to live in affluent areas. 

Some 13% of the babies born were underweight, and 4.4% were smaller than would be expected; a 

similar proportion (4.3%) was born prematurely.




Drinking ups premature birth risk



  1. Times of India ‎- by Kounteya Sinha ‎- 4 hours ago
    Drinking during first three months of pregnancy has been now confirmed to heighten the risk of having premature or unexpectedly small baby.


Alzheimer’s risk: Blood test can tell

Scientists have developed a blood testthat can predict with more than 90% accuracy if a healthy person will develop mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer's disease within three years. 

The blood test can identify 10 lipids, or fats, in the blood that predict Alzheimer's disease onset. It could be ready for use in clinical studies in as few as two years, researchers said. 

"Our novel blood test offers the potential to identify people at risk for progressive cognitive decline and can change how patients, their families and treating physicians plan for and manage the disorder," said the study's corresponding author Howard J Federoff , professor of neurology and executive vice president for health sciences at Georgetown University Medical Center. 

Federoff said that the efforts to develop drugs to slow or reverse the progression of Alzheimer's disease may have failed because the drugs were evaluated too late in the disease process. "The preclinical state of the disease offers a window of opportunity for timely disease-modifying intervention," Federoff said. 

"Biomarkers such as ours that define this asymptomatic period are critical for successful development and application of these therapeutics," he added. The study included 525 healthy participants aged 70 and older who gave blood samples upon enrolling and at various points in the study. 

Over the course of the five-year study, 74 participants met the criteria for either mild Alzheimer's disease (AD) or a condition known as amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI), in which memory loss is prominent . Of these, 46 were diagnosed upon enrolment and 28 developed aMCI or mild AD during the study (the latter group called converters). 

In the study's third year, the researchers selected 53 participants who developed aMCI/AD (including 18 converters) and 53 cognitively normal matched controls for the lipid biomarker discovery phase of the study. 

A panel of 10 lipids was discovered, which appears to reveal the breakdown of neural cell membranes in participants who develop symptoms of cognitive impairment or AD. The panel was validated using the remaining 21 aMCI/AD participants (including 10 converters), and 20 controls. Blinded data were analysed to determine if the subjects could be characterised into the correct diagnostic categories based solely on the 10 lipids identified by researchers.



Alzheimer’s risk: Blood test can tell



Alzheimer's risk: Blood test can tell

    1. Times of India ‎- 7 hours ago
      Scientists have developed a blood test that can predict with more than 90% accuracy if a healthy person will develop mild cognitive impairment ...



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