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For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: September 28 2010 1:58 pm Top News Home-based exercises followed by voluntary home training could cut the risk of hip fractures among elderly womensays a new study Researchers found that exercise is apparently linked with long-term effects on balance and gait (manner of walking)and may help protect high-riskelderly women from hip fracturesaccording to a report “Falls are responsible for at least 90 percent of all hip fractures Hip fractures place the greatest demands on resources and have the greatest effect on patients because they are associated with high mortality rates and increased morbidity” the authors write as background in the article Dr Raija Korpelainenof Oulu Deaconess InstituteOuluFinlandand colleagues performed an extended follow-up of 160 women who participated in a randomised trial aimed at reducing risk factors for fractures in elderly women with osteopenia (a reduction in bone massor low levels of bone calcium) Of the 160 women who participated in the randomised control trial84 were assigned to an exercise groupwhile the remaining 76 were placed in the control group Women in the exercise group attended supervised balanceleg strength and impact training sessions once a week for a 6-month period from October to March each year from 1998 to 2001 The average observation time for both groups was 71 years During the follow-up time17 women in the exercise group were hospital-treated for fractureswhile 23 fractures occurred in the control group Additionallythe total incidence rate of fractures in the exercise group was 005 per 1000 women per year versus 008 in the control group The authors found that”fractures were proximal in 522 percent of the control group and 176 percent of the exercise group Moderate lifelong physical activity decreased the overall risk of having any fractures during the total follow-up period” Additionallyno hip fractures occurred in the exercise group during the follow-up periodwhile five hip fractures occurred in the control group The exercise group also “demonstrated a significant gain compared with the control group in mean leg strength during the trial” Additionallyby the end of 2005one woman in the exercise group had died compared with eight women in the control groupgiving a crude death rate of 0003 per 1000 women per year in the exercise group and 003 for the control group According to the author”s findings”30 months of supervisedmainly home-based exercises followed by voluntary home training had a positive long-term effect on balance and gait in high-risk elderly women” Additionally”life-long physical activity was associated with reduced risk of fractures Furthermoremortality was significantly lower in the exercise group than in the control group during the extended follow-up period Regular daily physical activity should be recommended to elderly women with osteopenia” The study has been published in the latest issue of Archives of Internal Medicineone of the JAMA/Archives journals For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWhen birds got their wings they lost the clawed fingers wielded by their dinosaur relatives But they evolved a new "finger"—in their face And what a boon that has been Agile beaks of all shapes and sizes from the gulping gape of a pelican to the needle nose of a hummingbird have enabled the 10000 avian species to thrive from the arctic to the tropics build intricate nests and eat many different foods Now researchers may have identified genes that transformed an ancestral snout into a bird’s bill By manipulating the genes’ proteins they have seemingly turned back the evolutionary clock producing snouts in developing chicken embryos that resemble those of alligators today "We’re trying to explain evolution through developmental studies" says Harvard University evolutionary developmental biologist Arhat Abzhanov who with colleagues describes the work this week in Evolution Their conclusions are at odds with an earlier study But even those who disagree with the result say Abzhanov and his student Bhart-Anjan Bhullar now a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Chicago have demonstrated a powerful new approach: pinning down how the anatomy changed using fossils then trying to recapitulate the changes in the lab by tinkering with genetic signals “The value of this paper is their ability to blend paleontology with evolutionary developmental biology" says Richard Schneider of the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) who has linked beak evolution to different genes To define just what changed in the face of bird ancestors Bhullar examined scores of skulls of dinosaur fossils birds and alligators and other reptiles taking hundreds of pictures at different angles A computer compiled these images into 3D scans and compared them The technique called geometric morphometrics precisely determined differences in bone size shape and configuration between the animals? In ancestral reptiles a pair of small bones makes up the tip of a snout In today’s birds those premaxillary bones are long narrow and fused Abzhanov explains producing "a single large bone that comes to dominate the face”—the upper bill The ancient bird Archaeopteryx reveals an intermediate step Its premaxillary bones were not very expanded but in later avian species the bones are progressively more fused Other work had also implicated the premaxillary bones in beak evolution So Bhullar searched for earlier studies of genetic pathways that control development of these bones Work in mice and chickens had implicated two sets of signals A gene called Fibroblast growth factor 8 (Fgf8) becomes active in the front part of the face as it takes shape in 3-day-old chick embryos; later just before bones form a gene called WNT helps drive the proliferation of cells in the middle of the face where it may prompt expansion of the premaxillary bones In mammals lizards turtles and alligators in contrast activity of the WNT gene is highest on the sides of the embryonic face To explore the roles of these genes Bhullar and Abzhanov treated bird embryos with inhibitors of the WNT and Fgf8 proteins When the two signals were most curbed the premaxillary bones became round and never fused as in birds’ dinosaur relatives instead of growing long and pointy To the pair’s surprise a palatal bone which makes up the roof of the mouth also changed dramatically In many vertebrates this bone is flat and fused to surrounding bones But in birds it’s reduced and disconnected which frees the top part of the bill to move upward expanding birds’ gape In the treated chick embryos the palate looked more like it does in other vertebrates: flat and seemingly reconnected to the jaw bones The studies suggest that Fgf8 and WNT signaling changes allowed skulls of ancient birds “to evolve in a whole new direction" and form a beak Abzhanov says? “We have not been given any instructions to collect data on Muslims. 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