Mapping neglected tropical diseases is vital to the effort to control and treatment of diseases.

Mapping neglected tropical diseases is vital to the effort to control and treatment of diseases, the authors of an editorial write published Tuesday in PLoS neglected Tropical Diseases, ANI / Sindh Today reports .

‘They can help. The reliability of estimates of the disease burden The cards can also provide a basis the the impact of NTD control efforts. Finally, they can provide an important planning tool for national control programs ‘.. ‘Accurate and up-to – date maps of different NTDs may help increase the accuracy of decision making in NTD control, ‘write Peter Hotez at George Washington ,, Simon Brooker of the London School of hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Donald Bundy of the World Bank in the editorial department, diagnostic and diagnostic and mapping technologies.The study, which the 24-hour blood pressure was measured insomniacs compared with sound threshold was conducted by researchers at the Universit? de Montr? its affiliated B? Capital you are Sacr? Coeur de Montr? al Sleep Disorders Centre and the Universit? – For many years, is a chronic insomnia can have negative effects on the hearts of otherwise healthy individuals, says the lead author of Paola A. Lanfranchi, a professor at University? de Montr? workers School of Medicine and researchers at the H? Tal in You Sacre? Coeur en Montr? workers Sleep Disorders Centre. While the blood pressure falls periodically thresholds and are their hearts a rest, insomnia provoking more nocturnal blood pressure that can cause long-term cardiovascular risks and damage the heart.

The results of are important as insomnia, chronic difficulty on or sleeping through, Charles M 48 % the population at some point in their lives. In the study, the academic team of recruits 13 otherwise healthy chronic insomnia and 13 good riser. Topics spent 40 hours the sleep laboratory: for two nights of adapt and for the monitoring followed by through the intervening days. – Blood pressure cycles of linked principally to the sleep wake cycle, says co-author Jacques Mont Plaisir, professor at universities? de Montr? workers Clinic of Psychiatry and Director B? Capital you Sacr? Coeur en Montr? workers Disorders centers.