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Cellular Clock Theory Of Aging
Which role does a lack of safety signals play in the development & maintenance of generalized anxiety disorders?
I'm not sure: What you mean by safety signals. Please clarify and then we will be able to answer your question. ...Read more
Yes: Natural circadian rhythm is known to be 25 hours. The "clock" is in the part of the brain which computes our ability to adapt to the mental and physical stresses imposed by environment. We compress the 25 hour to a 24 hour rhythm, thus adapting to our world. The 24 hour rhythm obeys the dark/light cycle and is indeed controlled by the computer in the brain. ...Read more
Lack of uv light between 270 and 300nm stops vit d production. Can the lack of a certain wavelengths of radiation stop a cancer cells growth?
No: Please forgive my frankness. If somebody tells you otherwise, they are lying. This is as biologically preposterous as the idea that limiting certain wavelengths would end a pregnancy. Certain wavelengths of light catalyze conversion of vitamin D precursors to the real thing. Cancer is almost-healthy cells gone bad. ...Read more
Which role does a lack of safety signals play in the development and maintenance of generalized anxiety disorder?
Anxiety: A lack of safety could certainly play a significant role in developing this disorder. Best. ...Read more
Is it actually true that artificial tanning lights will promote the production of vitamin d in the body?
Most cancers: Most cancers arise from somatic cells. The change involves a number of steps, though one of the steps may be an inherited defect/mutation. Cells acquire mutations and the ones providing a survival/growth advantage induce proliferation that leads to more mutations. A fully developed cancer has, on average, about 90 mutations. ...Read more
Is evidence of elevated mao enzymes in the brains of clinically depressed people a biological marker of major depression?
NO: Don't believe the hype....Nothing reverses aging.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is there an autoimmune disease that targets attacks, kills the nerves in the entire body which affects personality behavior loss of emotions, feelings?
No but: It doesn't sound autoimmune. Depression doesn't require an autoimmune disease. It can make your mind attack itself, be associated with physical pain, loss of energy, insomnia, crying spells. Get seen, treatment will make difference. Only 30% of people get acceptable improvement on 1 med, insomnia, pain, low energy all need attn. Therapy and meds together is best if u have this problem. Gd luc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fibromuscular: dysplasia is a chronic disorder of the medium sized blood vessels leading to your vital organs. Treatment includes controlling blood pressure, opening up narrowed vessels and relief of symptoms. For more information, go to www.mayoclinic.org->diseases&conditions - fibromusculardysplasia or Fibromuscular Dysplasia Society of America, www.fmdsa.org->fmd_info->what_is_fmd ...Read more
What number of organ and other process in human body.it means total number of process are in human body ?
THERE ARE BOOKS-: -that answer that. essentially you need to memorize the Creb's Cycle. its all there, Google it! ...Read more
Melanocytes: Melanin is produced by melanocytes located in your hair, eyes, and skin. It is the pigment that is responsible for skin color. They are not produced by the pituitary. You might be thinking of melatonin which is produced by the pineal gland and is responsible for the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions. I hope this useful. Take care and well wishes. ...Read more
Social interaction: Genetic issues are not really understood. Autism spectrum disorders are complex and evolve over time. We are seeing more children in whom autism symptoms resolve as they mature. Applied behavioral analysis and social interaction contribute much. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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