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Detection of Cancer

...a potential cancer treatment, but Professor Parish cautions that further research is needed to evaluate this possibility. The second stage, C-Test2, would use a similar technique to identify the type of cancer present."Mass spectrometry may enable us to identify a molecular 'signature' unique to each cancer ...

Caution On Use of Cholesterol Drugs

...lt of guidelines issued last year, but a new study cautions that the effects of those medications in that age group aren't well understood. Under the 1993 National Cholesterol Education Program guidelines, about 15 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 79 would have// been considered candidates taking ...

Cloud of smoke over Zyban

...ed deaths. Zyban, when launched, had come with its cautions saying: “For majority of smokers, side effects of Zyban are not a concern. Zyban is generally well tolerated. Side effects are mild and include dry mouth and insomnia.....should be used cautiously, if at all, in patients with seizure disorder and in ...

Surgery-Rigged pulley helps patients

... just right. The procedure is still experimental, cautions Dr. Harold Slavkin of the University of Southern California, the National Institutes of Health's former chief of dental and craniofacial research. But it has ``enormous promise,'' he says - so much that some scientists are studying how to pair this g...

Link Between Alcohol Consumption And Cardiovascular Disease

...ed and older adults.The American Heart Association cautions individuals who do not currently consume alcohol to avoid starting to drink alcohol. Thus researchers say their results suggest there may be a biological explanation for the link between alcohol consumption and heart disease....

The Benefits of Alcohol Consumption Questioned

...ed and older adults.The American Heart Association cautions individuals who do not currently consume alcohol to avoid starting to drink alcohol. In conclusion researchers say their results suggest there may be a biological explanation for the link between alcohol consumption and heart disease....

Dark Chocolate Is Helpful In Lowering Blood Pressure.

...e flavinoid content of dark chocolates. The study cautions against the use of dark chocolate as medicine as it may contribute a large number of calories as well. Source: Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Centre on Aging at Tufts University....

Device For Improving Bone Mass In Osteoporosis

...e end of this year. Harvard Women’s Health Watch cautions that even if the device becomes available in the United State, you shouldn’t put away your walking shoes—exercise conveys many other health benefits besides keeping bones strong. But for women who can’t participate in more vigorous physical activity,...

Vitamin D prevents development of gum disease

...ton University's Goldman School of Dental Medicine cautions against consuming vitamin D supplements or getting excess sunlight as it is too early to tell if there is any positive correlation between the vitamin and enhanced gum health. He said that the study only showed an association between the two and did ...

Lead levels in disturbed soil post-Katrina unsafe

... but this is an important step." The researcher cautions that this study alone won't answer the much-debated question of whether it is safe to return to the area. Nonetheless, people should be made aware of the contaminants present and take appropriate cleanup measures to minimize the potential health risk...

Early Flu Outbreak in US.

...ters for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta cautions the need for vaccines against this particular strain of flu. The vaccine that conferred immunity against the flu so far seems not to work in the current year against the new strain. This is due to the fact that the strains are very different and th...

Antidepressant drugs does not increase suicide risk

...rather decrease the suicide risk. The article also cautions that the patients // taking antidepressant drugs should be closely monitored to find their correct drug dosage as an increase in dosage can cause adverse conditions. The researchers conducted survey from 65,000 people who took antidepressant drug...

New Study Questions Cannibalism As A Worldwide Selective Force

...selection." On a more technical note, the study cautions researchers involved in SNP-based population genetics studies. The work is among the first to empirically demonstrate how SNP ascertainment can introduce a strong bias in population genetics studies and seriously distort the conclusions. Bertranpetit...

Drug Combinations Could Be Dangerous

...ances used against osteoporosis. Sellerberg also cautions patients that food too can have an effect on the drugs they are taking. For example, milk and certain antibiotics are a bad combination, she says. Black tea inhibits the absorption of certain psychotropic drugs. 'To allay their fears, patients shou...

Wholly Ingrained: White or Brown? Food War Going Racist? Get to the Heart of the Matter

... need not form a part of brown or grain bread. She cautions consumers to check the labeling before concluding that a food item is wholesome, and not by mere looks of it.Oatmeal, popcorn and wild rice are excellent sources of whole grains. Experts opine that one must try to get half the grains from whole grain...

Internet Research Fosters Confidence and Positivity in Cancer Patients

...nts to seek information about their treatment, but cautions that these should be recommended sources for authentic information. br>...

India Can Become A Role Model In Combating HIV Infections

...ed to a drastic decline. Co-author Rajesh Kumar cautions that while the findings are good news, the battle is far from over. 'HIV remains a huge problem in India and we have to remain vigilant,' he says. 'We're not saying the epidemic is under control yet - we are saying that prevention efforts with ...

Ibuprofen and Vitamins C and E Could Halt Alzheimer's

...on therapy," the researchers said. Fotuhi, however cautions against using too much ibuprofen since it is known to cause stomach ulcers. A dosage of 100 milligrams per day appears to be enough, he said....

Children Of Snoring Parents Are More Likely To Inherit Themselves

...creased risk of snoring and related health issues, cautions researchers//. According to foodconsumer.org, children of parents who snore are three times more likely to snore themselves, according to a new study by researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Furthermore, children who test po...

Beards Are Back In Germany With A Bang!

... and manners expert Marianne Montag from Unna also cautions young men and says keeping a beard is a tough job. A full beard makes one look older, while a goatee makes one look undependable. "It just looks silly when there are only three strands of hair hanging there." --Edited IANS...

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