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Abortion Pill approved by FDA

...ill was 40 years ago, It will enable them, if they choose to terminate a pregnancy, to do that earlier (and) to do it without surgery. For many women, that is a very positive thing." "The approval of mifepristone is the result of the FDA's careful evaluation of the scientific evidence related to the safe ...

The right is responsible

...er the anesthesia wore off, patients were asked to choose which face they remembered seeing, their face or the famous face, although they saw only the morphed image when they were under anaesthesia.While the left hemispheres of the five patients were anaesthetised, their right brains could apparently recogn...

The phenomenon of sexual attraction

...men. Scientists believe pheromones may help people choose biologically compatible mates....

Comparison between warfarin and aspirin

...t a comparison of the two shows there is little to choose between them. This means that either can be prescribed to patients at risk of stroke....

The best treatment for migraine

...nt triptan drugs available, it is very diffcult to choose the drug. Researchers at the University of Netherlands have carried out an analysis of all the clinical trials on the triptans, covering over 18,000 patients. They find that in comparison with the 'gold standard' sumitriptan, a standard dose of r...

Undertaking the obesity epidemic

..., than those who are already physically active and choose to exercise more. A team of doctors had some very practical tips to help increase the level of physical activity: open the garage door yourself, use stairs rather than the lift, walk the dog rather than letting him out of the back door, and do you...

Right side of the brain helps in awareness

...er the anesthesia wore off, patients were asked to choose which face they remembered seeing, their face or the famous face, although they saw only the morphed image when they were under anaesthesia.While the left hemispheres of the five patients were anaesthetised, their right brains could apparently recogn...

Tennis gives protection against heart disease lifelong

...rs compared to other sports.This might help people choose their preferred game earlier in life a sport that gives long-term advantages which is more likely the better choice....

Pizza is bad for health. But, do you know how bad?

...you decide you have to eat a pizza, its better you choose a veggie pizza with healthy toppings. The second best is chicken or ham and if you must order meat, pepperoni has less fat than sausage or beef. Ordering a pizza with half cheese or no cheese at all is a healthier option. However, one should be caref...

Fear of the dark could be more than just fear!

...ns be drawn much earlier than other children would choose to. One girl also had a fear of shadows. After suggestion by the researchers to use and an intensity adjustable night light, carry a flashlight when going out at night, and parents draw the curtains before dusk to avoid fear of the darkness beyond th...

'Designer' baby for British couple

...e not creating anything new. We are just trying to choose between the embryos to find the one that is normal and can save the life of its sibling. "There was no selection on the basis of color of eyes or hair or sex."Charlie has Diamond Blackfan anemia which can only be cured with a transplant of stem cell...

Hormone Replacement Therapy -- What to do?

...ifestyle changes. Doctors also say for those who choose not to use HRT, but who are suffering from symptoms of menopause, there are other options available and for milder symptoms there are over-the-counter options as well as alternative therapies. For people with moderate to severe symptoms, defined as...

More Patients Going In For Home Dialysis

...arch shows more patients with kidney disease would choose home-based peritoneal dialysis over visiting a dialysis center to receive hemodialysis, if only they were aware of their options. Although neither dialysis treatment is superior over the other regarding mortality and complications, they do differ in ...

A Word Of Caution For Tampon Users

... their tampons at least every four to eight hours, choose the correct absorbency size according to menstrual flow, and use pads in the evenings. Researchers are continuing to study the reasons for the increase in incidents, especially since women are becoming immune to the antibiotics that are being prescr...

Effective Screening Required to Rule out Prostate Cancer

... of their cancer risk and will help them decide to choose to have or not have a biopsy. The authors of the study hope this new model can be used in a clinical setting in the future....

The Options For Relieving Chest Pain In the Elderly Questioned

... the study, It was observed that specialists often choose the more conservative treatment of medication for older patients because of concerns that the risks of surgery outweigh the benefits. However, results of the study, involving patients 75 years and older, show about 91 percent of patients treated inv...

Hormone Replacement Therapy

...ifestyle changes. Doctors also say for those who choose not to use HRT, but who are suffering from symptoms of menopause, there are other options available and for milder symptoms there are over-the-counter options as well as alternative therapies. For people with moderate to severe symptoms, defined as m...

Shorter Radiation Schedules Found To Be More Effective For Patients With Breast Cancer

...treatment is a major inconvenience leading them to choose mastectomy instead of breast conservation. Researchers studied women who received a four-week course of radiation therapy, with an incorporated boost. An incorporated boost is a higher dose of radiation that is given to the site of the original tumo...

Testing genes for disease does not cause harm to children of people with Alzheimers

...al participants for the study said that they would choose the test for assessing their risk to the disease again and 82% said that they would refer their other family members and friends also to go for it. Reference: Boston University School of Medicine, news release, June 2005...

Help teenagers eat healthy by giving nutritional information along with food.

...ifferent food habit, but they are more inclined to choose the healthier option even while staying in the same framework of their individual tastes in foods. Students had chosen less of calories and fat in their foods, like they have shifted from cheeseburgers to hamburgers and pizza with extra cheese to a s...

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