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Heart Surgery Is Getting Safer for the Old

...esia." Also, he added, today's older patients are benefiting from improved diets and lifestyles. "We're getting better, and I think the patients we're operating on are, too," he noted. "The success of our health care system is that people are living longer, living better."...

The Drug Tetrathiomolybdate Found To Be Useful For Various Diseases

...n animals. Cancer is not the only disease it is benefiting say researchers as TM inhibits angiogenesis by inhibiting chemical messengers called cytokines, and a lot of other diseases are a result of cytokine overaction. Diseases like idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and kidney diseases are all dependent on cert...

With More Appearance Conscious Consumers The Need For Slimming Products Is Rapidly Rising

...ty say analysts. Manufacturers say they are also benefiting from the growing role played by magazines, and increasingly television programmes, on women’s desire to appear slim, fit and young. Tablets are seeing the most dynamic growth up 16 per cent to €8 million during 2004. Almost a third of these sales com...

The Two-In-One Estrogen Therapy For Managing Menopause And Maintaining Healthy Skin

...ns such as the heart and bone, which might also be benefiting from estrogen therapy. The fact that hormones can maintain a healthy skin but cannot reverse existing damage has to be borne in mind...

Enjoy Moderate Exercise and Keep Your Heart Fit

...not lose weight, they do not think the exercise is benefiting them and they stop exercising,” said Duscha. “The truth is, you can improve your cardiovascular fitness and reduce your risk for heart disease by exercising without losing weight. Even if individuals do not lose weight, it is likely that they will lo...

Top Pharmaceuticals Influence Doctors Prescriptions

...eavy financial connections and incentives from the benefiting pharmaceutical industry. Currently it is the norm of publication of a scientific article in a peer reviewed journal to compulsorily declare any financial aid or link. The survey undertaken by Nature looked at the panels that write ‘clinical practice...

Kerr Discourages Transfusion Hepatitis Inquiry

...his point of time, since it will not contribute to benefiting the patients in any manner. In his opinion, it will be wishful thinking to realize the complete transfusion story. Presently, regular blood donors who are infected are already under the scanner. Mr. Kerr told MSP’s that he would once again consider t...

Public Health awareness to help scientists in Scotland!

...n use elsewhere in the NHS." This is a grand and benefiting endeavour which would bring Scotland health sciences to the forefront of world health sciences. ...

Low-dose Aspirin Benefits Both Sexes

...forming blood clots in women. "Women are clearly benefiting from taking aspirin and should continue to take it to improve their cardiovascular health," says study senior investigator Diane Becker, M.P.H., Sc.D., a professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Heal...

Bio-Technology Initiatives to Feed Research On Sorghum Crop

... project is successful, it would be a major stride benefiting an estimated 300 million people in arid regions of Africa, whose main food source is sorghum. ...

AIDS: from the heart stories about AIDS and you!

...one of the fortunate ones -- a long-term survivor, benefiting from the cocktail. It has been a blessing, but not without its challenges. People dealing with AIDS deal with significant stigma attached to the disease. It's not like having another chronic condition like diabetes. It has affected my career, family ...

New Music Project Promotes Quality-of-Life After Cancer

...100% of the proceeds from all album sales directly benefiting the foundation and it's survivorship programming. (Source: Newswise)...

Mental Health Benefitted by Eating Berries

... does not advocate any particular type of berry as benefiting the brain the most. Shukitt-Hale said, "Berries vary in their nutrient mixes and may have different brain effects, but that`s not certain yet." In the online edition of the journal Neurobiology of Aging The researchers report that diets rich in b...

AMA Urges Organ Donors to Speak Up

...transplant recipients, with around 700 Australians benefiting from successful organ transplantation each year,” Dr Haikerwal said. “But we still have one of the lowest organ donation rates in the world. “There are currently about 1,700 people on the organ transplantation list and it is more than likely 100 ...

Big Bus, the £1.5m Cancer Bus Hits the roa

...d primary care are lowest, with men and women both benefiting equally. The new service is expected to bring lifestyle education, emotional support and life-saving cancer detection services to thousands of people annually. Action Cancer Big Bus services manager Gale Sergeant said: "We will be bringing the Big ...

Improved Oral Health with Fluoridated water

...cal agencies to increase the number of communities benefiting from water fluoridation. Source-Eurekalert GT...

Kids' Food: Saltier than the Deep Blue Sea

...on salt reductions. "Consumers young and old are benefiting from enormous cuts in salt in a whole range of processed foods and industry is committed to doing more. "Industry has worked very closely with the Food Standards Agency to reduce salt in foods eaten by children such as bread, breakfast cereals and s...

Eight More African Countries Included In US Malaria Program

.... malaria program. The number of African countries benefiting from this program has risen to 23. // This five-year program is called the Malaria Initiative and its primary aim is eradication of malaria. More than a million people die due to malaria every year and 90% of them are from Africa, most of them bein...

Telemedicine Offers New Possibilities in Health Care

... Heart patients will benefit most, and are already benefiting from telemedicine. According to the German Cardiac Society, many people with acute symptoms of chronic cardiac insufficiency can avoid a trip to the hospital, if they are in an electronic security network that remotely monitors key physiological data...

Highlights from World Transplant Congress

...ransplant therapies for a wider range of diseases, benefiting ever more patients and their families," said Prof. Kathryn J. Wood, President of The Transplantation Society, in her address to the inaugural World Transplant Congress. "The Transplantation Society in 2006 is thriving, and has the internal strength a...

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