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Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate

... is now in a sticky situation, as it has to decide carefully on this ethical issue, which has infuriated many in the United States. Leaving the ethical part aside, a group of 80 high profile scientists including amongst other luminaries like James Watson and Hamilton O. Smith. The opponents are quick to rubbi...

Researchers urge caution in using ear tube surgery

...ay be reasonable to delay ear tube surgery in some carefully defined groups," said Dr. James Lemons, who specia... "Doctors should be aware of the pros and cons and carefully consider them." For parents with children who are speech- and language-delayed, their problems are...

Be happy: live long

...ty and Social Psychology. Since 1986, Snowdon has carefully tracked participants in the study, who all are members of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. All 678 agreed to annual cognitive and physical assessments, blood tests and the donation of their brains to the research team upon death. The study has prod...

Pressure on spine cause problems

...ad to long-term health issues. A chiropractor will carefully examine the way your spine is aligned. The World Chiropractic Alliance now says that misalignments can lead to pressure on the nerves that exit the spine. And this pressure could be the cause of chronic problems.// The chiropractors call these misa...

Medicis Pharmaceutical company enters pediatric market

...y of pediatrics. "We are pleased to announce our carefully planned entrance into the pediatric market with a transaction we expect to be accretive," said Jonah Shacknai, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medicis. Emmett Clemente, Ph.D., Chairman, President and Treasurer of Ascent said, "We at Ascent ar...

Diabetes on the rise

... Patients require daily insulin injections, and a carefully controlled diet, for life. The more common variety, type II diabetes, generally happens later in life, and happens because the cells of the body become less responsive to the regulatory effects of insulin. This, coupled with a tendency to produce le...

Photographs for Diagnosis

...n Boston says the study shows the value of looking carefully at the eye. "The retina is a window to the vascular system," she says. Yin Wong looked at vascular changes on the micrometer scale - far too small to be seen with the naked eye. He developed a computer program to measure and compare the ratio betwee...

A new contraceptive

...s to only one tissue," said Dr Clapham. "We looked carefully through at least fifty human tissues, and the only place it turned up was in the testes." "Futhermore, the only place it turned up within the testes was in sperm. And within sperm, it is found only in the principal piece of the tail." It is also spe...

Photographs as a parameter

...e Boston says the study shows the value of looking carefully at the eye. "The eyes are the windows to the world," she says.Hu Ssang studied vascular changes on the micrometer scale - far too small to be seen with the naked eye. He developed a computer program to measure and compare the ratio between the size o...

Excess vitamin A increases fracture risk

...ement. Certainly they should check the ingredients carefully to ensure they are not taking in too much retinol....

Reduced POD linked to fatal asthma attacks

...tients identified with low POD should be monitored carefully and more often, and should be educated in self-management....

Arthritis Drug May Cause Liver Damage

...rther and ban Arava's sales. The FDA said it would carefully consider Wolfe's petition. A spokeswoman for Arava manufacturer Aventis Pharma said she had not seen the petition and declined comment about liver damage. Lise Geduldig said Arava was ``an important therapeutic option'' taken by 200,000 people. The ...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

... in test tubes and animal models -- but we need to carefully examine the complete identity of the resulting cell types." "Practically speaking, what these findings do is send those researchers who have claimed great multipotentiality for adult stem cells back to the lab, to test whether the 'transdifferentiat...

Photographs as a parameter

...e Boston says the study shows the value of looking carefully at the eye. "The eyes are the windows to the world," she says.Hu Ssang studied vascular changes on the micrometer scale - far too small to be seen with the naked eye. He developed a computer program to measure and compare the ratio between the size o...

SARS necessitates medical masks

... reported. In some places the masks are being very carefully rationed because of actual shortage. Most of the people do not follow the exact guidelines that are required when wearing the mask. In a real health care environment people are given training; however customers obviously do not have that same se...

Downside of Diets in Children

...children and adolescents who are overweight, diets carefully supervised by a clinician may be beneficial and appropriate; however, young people and adults who are not severely overweight need to be encouraged to adopt a modest and therefore sustainable weight control strategy that includes physical activity an...

Accuracy of Some Natural Family Planning Methods Questioned .

...e times of the month should research their choices carefully because some methods are much more reliable than others.// German researchers estimate 10 percent to 15 percent of women of reproductive age in Europe use variations of natural family planning methods and an estimated 30 percent to 40 percent rely ...

Cancer Risk From Exposure To Diagnostic X-Rays

...ays may not be necessary and doctors need to think carefully about the benefits for and the risk to their patients for each examination....

Viagra Also Found To Be Effective For Treatment of Lung Diseases

...rs, who often miss the condition, are looking more carefully now that treatments are available. Though far from cures for pulmonary hypertension, the new drugs have helped improve the outlook for patients. Drug manufacturers say they would sell a pulmonary hypertension drug under a different name and in a di...

Assessing Prostate Cancer Risk

...follow-up. Researchers say men with PIN should be carefully monitored for the progression of their disease. “The next step is to develop an effective therapy for treating high-grade PIN before prostate cancer has a chance to take root,” say specialists ....

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