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Frozen Canadian baby stages miraculous recovery

... was brought to the hospital, doctors declared her clinically dead, but lo and behold, she was awake and smiling on Monday in a miraculous recovery. Read on to know more. The temperature outside was –24 degree Celsius and the baby was frozen stiff when she was brought to the hospital that doctors had difficult...

Ginseng's efficacy debatable

...ht weeks of ginseng supplementation, at either the clinically recommended level or at twice that level. But this statement is defended by Weimo Zhu, PhD, an associate professor of kinesiology at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, where he said, "The study is limited due to the population sample". ...

Wonder drug - could end in disaster

... only mild symptoms of depression, and who are not clinically ill. The research was conducted by Dr David Healy, of the North Wales Department of Psychological Medicine. Dr Healy found that 2 out of 20 healthy volunteers on Lustral became dangerously suicidal. No such effect was found when the volunteers were p...

Cure for osteoporosis in prostate cancer patients

... months the researchers evaluated 54 patients with clinically localised prostate cancer and 24 with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Those with prostate cancer were either treated with external beam radiotherapy without androgen deprivation or started on androgen deprivation therapy. Serum testosterone and oestra...

Nausea Linked To Anxiety And Depression

...to have an anxiety disorder, while 24 percent were clinically depressed. Nausea was the strongest risk factor for anxiety. Those who reported symptoms of nausea were more than three times as likely to also have an anxiety disorder, and nearly one-and-a-half times more likely to suffer from depression...

Gastrointestinal Complaint to be dealt Psychologically

...ered from an anxiety disorder and 20 per cent were clinically depressed. In fact, those with nausea were nearly three times more likely to suffer anxiety and one and a half times more likely to have depression compared to the general population....

Vitamins enhances recuperation of organ transplant patients

...ur results suggest that vitamins C and E provide a clinically useful approach to reducing arteriosclerosis after cardiac transplantation. "Antioxidant therapy with these vitamins may also be useful in other solid-organ allografts [transplants], such as kidney, lung, and liver transplants."...

Vitamins suppress artery injury after transplant

... way could be found of blocking this process known clinically as arteriosclerosis. Now doctors at The Hopkins Hospital in Boston, US, believe that they have found a way of protecting these vulnerable arteries, using vitamin supplements. They had 30 patients who had undergone a heart transplant take either sup...

Light therapy decreases depression during pregnancy

...xic antidepressant light therapy in pregnancy is a clinically attractive option.// The researchers conducted a pilot experiment to see whether exposure to bright light, a technique used to treat those suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or winter depression, might also work on women suffering from...

Lamictal as add-on therapy for children with epilepsy

...ies for children with epilepsy are limited and any clinically proven medication which can effectively control seizures in children would be an important new option to manage this condition....

H.Pylori testing recommended in patients with peptic ulcer

...study, the investigators identified 3,317 patients clinically diagnosed with peptic ulcers from 1984 through 1997. Out of this, a stratified random sample of 720 was chosen from the complete medical records of age, sex and calendar year. In this sample, there were 298(41%), who had confirmed peptic ulcer diseas...

Breaking up Dangerous Clots

... significant differences between the two groups in clinically significant bleeding, although those in the fondaparinux group did trend towards more major bleeding than those in the placebo group. Finding ways to prevent dangerous blood clots in hip surgery patients is a major concern among doctors, because the...

Therapy Boosts Chemotherapy Effects

...ization of leukemic cells with growth factors is a clinically applicable means of enhancing the efficacy of chemotherapy in patients with AML."...

Corticosteroids Safe for Bones

...es in patients with asthma or COPD does not have a clinically meaningful effect on BMD.” <BR...

Corticosteroids Safe for Bones

...es in patients with asthma or COPD does not have a clinically meaningful effect on BMD....

Screening Newborns Questioned

...th genetic disorders, which were identified either clinically or by using expanded newborn screening. Overall, 5...spitalization. In contrast, 55 percent of children clinically identified with genetic disorders required hospitalization. Researchers also say only one child iden...

Drug Stops Herpes

...eptible partners who were given the drug developed clinically symptomatic herpes. However, 16 out of 741 participants who were given a placebo developed the virus. Overall, type 2 herpes was observed in 14 of the susceptible partners who received valacyclovir and 27 of the partners who received a placebo. Res...

Understanding The Predictors Of Prostate Cancer

...looking at the primary GP is easily accessible and clinically relevant predictor of disease recurrence in patients with GS seven prostate cancer. They hope this will help doctors in the management of patients with GS seven prostate cancer....

Drug Found To Reduce The Transmission Of Herpes

...eptible partners who were given the drug developed clinically symptomatic herpes. However, 16 out of 741 participants who were given a placebo developed the virus. Overall, type 2 herpes was observed in 14 of the susceptible partners who received valacyclovir and 27 of the partners who received a placebo. Res...

New Way to Detect Spread of Skin Cancer

...rs spread and eight were still free of any form of clinically detectable distant cancer. Results of the study show the lymphatic density around malignant melanomas was more than twice as great in patients who subsequently developed metastasis, cancers in other organs. In addition, lymphatic density around mal...

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