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Status of some prescription drugs

...iabetes and cholesterol medications. However, they cite safety concerns in objecting to making other drugs, such as birth control pills, more readily available....

Changing Partners may put Expectant Mothers at Risk

...could negatively impact their pregnancy. They also cite risky behavior such as smoking or drinking during pregnancy and poor nutrition. Researchers examined the records of nearly 2 million births between 1967 and 1998. During those 30 years, the proportion of women who changed partners between their fi...

Attitude Of Male Dominance May Affect Life Expectancy In Men

...e expectancy, the figures showed. The researchers cite the way that children and young people are currently socialized into patriarchal gender roles, such as those emphasizing excessive risk taking, aggression, and the suppression of emotions by boys and young men, as examples that need to be tackled. S...

Sleeping Is No Mean Art … It Is A Privilege Denied To Many

...Unbelievable ? True! Say medical professionals who cite sleep apnoea as an example. Sleep apnoea in simple terms is the cessation of breath during sleep, which in rare cases can even be fatal Logically speaking, anything that makes you stop breathing can be dangerous. Certainly, it is not something be ig...

Even Moderate Drinking Is Not Good For The Heart

...o The Independent, health experts from New Zealand cite a large US study published earlier this year of 200,000 adults which found drinkers were healthier than non-drinkers, independently of their drinking. Of 30 risk factors for heart disease, 27 were significantly more common in the non-drinkers. The r...

Scrutiny Sought For Reused Devices in U.S.

.... Many hospitals which reuse processed equipment cite the practice's safety and cost savings. DeLauro, however, expressed concerns about the FDA's role. She wants the FDA to increase the number of inspectors assigned to reprocessors; now, there is no set number. She also said she plans to address the i...

Movies Influence Youngsters To Drink

... the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and the authors cite previous research that identified early initiation of alcohol use (before the age of 14) as one risk factor for problems with alcohol later in life. "Each year that kids delay experimenting with alcohol can help them avoid some of the serious cons...

Inexpensive ALL Follow-Up Test Developed By St. Jude Researchers

...rs interested in this cost-effective technique can cite the article, published in the online issue of the Blood journal. Normal bone marrow derived cells harvested from ALL children, after 2 weeks of chemotherapy treatment are placed in a test tube that contains three probes. These probes are highly spe...

Visual Signs Attuned To Reading Rather Than Writing

...ture and the contour combinations in letters. They cite the example of contours "L" or "X" as being common in human visual signs and natural scenes. They also analyzed the motor and visual skills that related to the shapes and forms that are easier to see and conclude that shape signature for human visual...

Budding Footballers at Risk from Blood Infection

...olve a rash and diarrhea. The Birmingham doctors cite two cases of children having developed toxic shock syndrome following blisters developed due to football boots. The first case involves a 13-year-old girl who developed friction blisters over the heels of both legs after playing a competitive game ...

New Method For Measuring Dyskinesia In Parkinson's Being Developed

...earch priority for the MJFF because patients often cite them as one of the most disabling aspects of living with the disease. Goetz and Nutt have already consolidated elements of existing dyskinesia scales into a working draft of the unified scale. Funding from the MJFF will allow this draft to be finali...

Do Arthritics Perceive the Importance of Exercise in the Management of Disease?

...ack of support. Non-exercisers were more likely to cite their physician's failure to refer them to helpful exercise programs and to voice their desire for exercise partners with similar limitations. 4. Lack of programs. For both exercisers and non-exercisers, the lack of exercise programs or facilities...

Weight loss given a thrust with e-counselling

...portant health benefits," says Tate. The authors cite that those in the computer automated group averaged an overall weight loss of 8 to 10 pounds and 34 percent achieved a weight loss of more than 5 percent of their initial weight; considered a clinically meaningful weight loss. In addition, participan...

Tiny Sphere Of Nanoparticles Can Fight Cancer

...estein, M.D., an expert in liposomal therapeutics, cite at least two factors for the success of the anti-FAK liposome. 'This particle is so small, it has no problem getting through the tumour's vasculature and into the tumour,' Lopez-Bernstein says. The FAK-targeting liposome ranges between 65 and 125 n...

More Health Benefits from Organic milk

...iversity of Glasgow lead researchers of this study cite the differences of their research, compared to other studies. The researchers say they found higher levels of the important fatty acids in organic milk in their study of 36 UK farms. In addition the scientists point out that the ratio of Omega 3 to...

Malpractice Worry Discouraging Medical Students From Taking Up Obstetrics And Gynecology

...e been more inclined to respond to the survey, and cite the need for more national research to clarify future practitioners' concerns. Source-Eurekalert RAS...

Don’t have time to workout? Yes, you do

...ise may be an effective option for individuals who cite 'lack of time' as a major impediment to fitness." GYT...

Consumption of Colas Increase Risk of Osteoporosis in Older Women

...eased more than three-fold" between 1960 and 1990, cite the authors. They also note that more than 70 percent of the carbonated beverages consumed by people in the study were colas, all of which contain phosphoric acid, an ingredient that is not likely to be found in non-cola carbonated beverages. While ...

Science Behind Health Benefits of Moderate Beer Consumption

...icial. The 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans cite several studies indicating that light-to-moderate alcohol consumption is linked to lower mortality from coronary heart disease, especially among men ages 45 or older and women ages 55 or older.* The Guidelines recommend that 'If you choose to drink a...

Women Testing Negative for Familial Breast Cancer Gene Still at Increased Risk

...management of these people,” say the authors. They cite recent US guidelines, which recommend that women with a five year chance of developing breast cancer of more than 1.7% should be screened for breast cancer from the age of 35 onwards. Recent guidance from the National Institute of Health and Clini...

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