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Consumption

... nutrition . Caffeinated beverages may be replacing nutrient dense foods such as fruit juices and milk . [23-27] In the European Prospective investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study, a strong protective association was observed with fruit, but not vegetable, consumption . Prostate ...

Diagnosis

... example, headaches with symptoms relating to the menstrual cycle will benefit from clary sage, chamomile and rose scents. In that case, further investigation will be required to help make a more definitive diagnosis . Findings and observations should be noted and referral made as deemed appropriate for ...

Endocrinology

... S. Rhoads, MD - Internal Medicine Matthew I. Kim, MD - Endocrinology & Metabolism Last Updated: October 3, 2005 ... Psychological investigation into aggressive behavior continues, with significant corrolary studies being performed in endocrinology —to determine whether hormonal ...

Gene Therapy

... gene therapy also appears very promising. The problem is figuring out how to de liver the new genes to the retina . Other treatment s under investigation for epidermolysis bullosa include protein and gene therapy . Advances in suppositories, injectable medications, implants, and vacuum devices ...

Intoxication

... and sweating . Fatal ephedrine intoxication . J Forensic Sci 1997;42(1):157-159. Baker, J. I., Zhang, X., Boucher, T. A., and Keyler, D. E. investigation of quality in ephedrine-containing dietary supplements. J Herb.Pharmacother. 2003;3(2):5-17. Bent, S. cycle; endogenous depression ; endogenous ...

Neck lump

... top of the neck, in front of or behind an ear, to the bottom of the neck, just above the collarbone. NECK LUMP S THAT DON'T GO AWAY NEED FURTHER investigation Question: I have been going to a doctor for a lump under my chin now for about three years. Literally, it has been a pain in the neck. A ...

Prostate Disease

... Dixon, MD is currently Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology and Director of the Benign Prostate Disease Program. He has pioneered the investigation of both the medical and surgical treatment of BPH . Incontinence is much more common in women than in men. Most men with incontinence are ...

Renal artery stenosis

... Renal artery stenosis often causes hypertension ( high blood pressure )with no other signs of its presence, and it is usually discovered in investigation for the cause of hypertension that is difficult to control. Renal Artery Stenosis Alternate Names : Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD), Occlusion ...
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