Could they also provide a possible model for prevention and treatment.

The new findings in the journal Nature published explain not only the development of certain human diseases, could they also provide a possible model for prevention and treatment. While the human mind and body are built to respond to stress – the well-known fight or flight reaction, which takes a few minutes and raises heart rate and blood sugar – the response itself can cause considerable damage if sustained for a long periods.

The new findings suggest that this degradation of p53 leads to chromosomal rearrangement and an accumulation of DNA damage in normal and sex cells. These types of disturbances are the primary cause of miscarriages, congenital defects and mental retardation presented the study.‘With kind permission of It can entire Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage from displaying Search for or, or sign up for email service on emperors Daily Health policy coverage from strongly supported royal network. A free service of of The Henry J. Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All Rights Reserved part.