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Status of some prescription drugs

...d new treatments." Some pharmaceutical firms are cautiously supportive of the trend to increase over-the-counter availability of some drugs, such as high blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol medications. However, they cite safety concerns in objecting to making other drugs, such as birth control pills, mo...

Hormone Therapy applicable for Prostate Cancer

...y for three years," he said. The reason it is used cautiously is "taking away the male hormone actually affects the marker we use" to detect cancer levels, Koeneman explained. That marker is called prostate-specific antigen or PSA, which is hormone-dependent. Hormone suppression may lower PSA levels suggesting ...

Eating Fried Chips Increases The Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer

...eportedly eaten."These data have to be interpreted cautiously since the observed association between consumption of French fries and breast cancer is dependent on the validity of the maternal recall of the diet," said Michels. "Mothers were asked to recall their daughter's preschool diet after the participants'...

Mad Cow Disease Has Roots Traceable To Man

...ich was probably imported. Scientists must proceed cautiously when hypothesizing about a disease that has such wide geographic, cultural and religious implications. We agree that the idea proposed by the researchers need to be probed further. Facts to support or refute their hypothesis now need to be gathered w...

Controversy over spread of Mad Cow disease from India

...yan Foothills. But still, "Scientists must proceed cautiously when hypothesising about a disease that has such wide geographic, cultural and religious implications," Professor Shankar says. "We agree that the idea proposed by the Colchesters needs to be probed further. Facts to support or refute their hypothesi...

Young Children Might Be Harboring Mental Health Problems

...dren to fill in questionnaires. The questions were cautiously designed to spot telltale behavioral traits commonly associated with different kinds of mental illness and disability. The researchers found that about 17 % met standard criteria for having a mental disorder. Many of the children were found to hav...

A Comparative Study On Dietary Habits In Middle School Students And Increase In Weight

...ing the diet specified to these students should be cautiously prepared without compromising on the nutrition value. ...

Men queue up for Circumcision In Swaziland To Prevent HIV/AIDS

...rs of HIV/AIDS prevention have treated the results cautiously and are waiting for results from similar studies in Uganda and Kenya before deciding whether to offer circumcision more widely in countries with high rates of HIV. ...

Far East Provides A Path To Contain Bird Flu

..."It is not inevitable that it has to be H5N1. I am cautiously optimistic - more than I was two years ago - that [a human pandemic] won't be caused by H5N1 because countries like Hong Kong, Vietnam and Thailand have been able to contain it." However he cautioned that the H5N1 virus was certainly resident in Viet...

Non-Hormonal Male Contraceptive Based on Sperm Block Underway

...nprofit Male Contraception Information Project, is cautiously optimistic. ‘The Holy Grail of contraception is a long-term, reversible method without any hormonal side effects,’ she said. ‘Right now the IVD developers can't guarantee that it's reversible in men like it has been in animals, so they're billing it ...

Schizophrenia impairs body language comprehension

...d over and don't see his face, we may approach him cautiously because we think something might be wrong and perhaps we can help. We don't see the face, but we glean information from the body language. People with schizophrenia are not as good at extracting this kind of information to guide their social interact...

Breast Milk Safest For Child Till Six Months of Age

... They wrote, “Paediatricians and allergists should cautiously individualize the introduction of solids into the infants' diet.” They explained that no other supplements, including cow’s milk based foodstuffs, should be given, other than breast milk until the child reaches the age of 6 months. The researchers fu...

Chubbiness In Babies Might Not Be A Cute Sign

...o fat //for their own good. There are now a very cautiously crafted message that are coming from several top health groups, like the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics as to if baby fat, which is usually a term that brings to m...

Decaffeinated Coffee... Not Really!

...nent sources of caffeine, a drug warned to be used cautiously by those suffering from systemic disorders like hypertention, renal calculi, or even pregnancy where caffeine is contra-indicated, may not be free from caffeine even when "decaffeinated". "If someone drinks five to 10 cups of decaffeinated coffee, ...

Human Uterine Transplant In Near Future

...n tomorrow and requested a uterine transplant I am cautiously optimistic we could be successful,' he told New Scientist magazine, published today. 'While the monkey transplant is successful, I plan to ensure the transplanted uterus is able to function properly by following a pregnancy in a rhesus monkey to te...

Much Room for Cancer Cure in a Mushroom, Scientists Promise

...w, scientists in the western world have tread very cautiously in this area which is why patients have been unable to reap the benefits of extracts from the mushroom in treating cancer. It is estimated that about 4,262 patients suffer stomach and bowel cancer in Scotland. The cancer of the Bowel is known to be...

Royal College Issues Revised Guidelines for Face Transplantation

...College of Surgeons of England now endorses moving cautiously forward in performing further face transplants, according to a report published in the Jan. 27 issue of Transplantation. In its initial report in 2003, the Working Party concluded that facial transplantation should not be attempted until further re...

EU States Agree on Clone Food Plan

... European dairy and farming groups have reacted cautiously to the prospect of food from clones and their offspring. “There's no reason why there should be any risk in the milk, but we're going to have to work at this and find out what the public really thinks,” said Gwyn Jones, dairy board head for the UK...

Body Mass Index may Not Reflect Fat Accurately

...t and muscle mass, said Ode. 'BMI should be used cautiously when classifying fatness, especially among college-age people,' said Jim Pivarnik, an MSU professor of kinesiology and epidemiology. 'It really doesn't do a good job of saying how fat a person really is.' Source-IANS...

Low Serum Testosterone Levels Associated With Fall Risk in Elderly Men

...erone replacement in this age group should be used cautiously due to their higher prostate cancer risk, these data certainly should heighten our awareness that androgen deprivation is not innocuous and may be associated with significant risks beyond bone mineral loss. Source-Newswise...

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