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Developmental, neurologic problems common in extremely preterm infants

...hildren born at the gestational age of 25 weeks or earlier in the UK and Ireland. Of these, 283 were assessed for neurologic function Based on their lower scores on the Mental and Psychomotor Development Indexes compared with a population mean, 19% were classified as severely disabled, while 11% were classif...

Abortion Pill approved by FDA

...f 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 and effective use of this drug," said Dr. Jan...

Life Saving Cancer Drugs – From Chicken! Possible Says 'Dolly’ Creatos

...ious diseases including cancer. The same team had earlier cornered world wide fame and glory (and a lot of criticism!) for creating Dolly – the world’s first cloned mammal: Using the same nuclear transfer technology it is possible, according to these scientists to create human therapeutic proteins in chicke...

Glaxo launches pills to help smokers quit in 7-12 weeks

...nsomnia can be reduced by taking the drug slightly earlier in the day", said Dr. Chandrashekhar....

Asthma! A new warning for heart disease

...who present to the doctors with asthma. Though the earlier studies had shown increased cardiovascular mortali...ho present to the doctors with asthma. Though the earlier studies had shown increased cardiovascular mortality among patients with asthma, the new study revea...

Moderate Use of Analgesics - Not Associated With Kidney Dysfunction

...ignificant impact on rates of renal disease. Some earlier studies have suggested that regular use of popular pain killers such as aspirin, acetaminophen, and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDs) may increase the risk of chronic kidney problems in healthy patients. Researches at Women's hospit...

Detecting anomalies in heart rythm

...tal in Ludwigshafen. Comparisons were made with an earlier study of ECG data on 600 patients who had suffered a heart attaack, and the predicted risk was compared with the fate of these patients. According to physicians the results are very promising and effective....

Genetic influence in menopause

...pause is 51, but some women stop menstruating much earlier or much later. But they say that however, it is unlikely for gene therapy to control the age of menopause because there are probably many different genes involved....

Digital mammography proves effective

...echnique to confirm if it can detect breast cancer earlier and with more accuracy. Standard film mammography has been around for nearly 40 years now, and radiographers are familiar with the scope and limitations of the technology.// Digital mammography might be able to detect cancers in women with dense bre...

Obesity shortens lifespan

...Eric Eisenstein, also calculated the impact of the earlier onset of heart disease on life expectancy of patients with heart problems. They concluded that normal-weight adults had a life expectancy of 78, for overweight people it was 77, and for the most obese 74. The researchers also found that heavier pati...

Menopause considerations

...history of early menopause is liable to experience earlier menopause herself. Led by Dr Jan-Peter de Bruin at the University Medical Centre Utrecht, the team's results are published in Human Reproduction this week.// "A great number of women are leaving their first baby until 35 or 40," said Professor MacLe...

Physicians Consider Self-Prescribing Ethical

...ne general attitudes towards self-prescription. An earlier study had indicated that about half of all residents prescribe for themselves. // According to the survey, the most commonly prescribed drugs were antibiotics, followed by antidepressants and cardiovascular disease medications. About 75% of the ur...

Hepatitis G May Boost HIV Survival

...ntially a new therapy approach,'' he said. Several earlier studies had demonstrated a link between hepatitis G and prolonged survival with HIV, so Stapleton and his colleagues conducted a study to confirm the connection....

Surgeons implant second artificial heart

...nsferred out of the hospital's intensive care unit earlier this month.The manufacturer of the heart has been given initial regulatory approval for testing of the device on five critically ill patients....

Avoid stress to have strong babies

...cal effect on the development of the blood vessels earlier on in pregnancy." She added that it was not known when stress would have a worse effect on a foetus' development. The study looked at foetuses in the late stages of development, but it could have more of an impact in the early stages when the place...

Benefit of colonoscopy

...oscopy or colonoscopy - should start at age 50 and earlier in those with a family history of colon cancer. // But it has not been clear at what age the screening should stop. Researchers at the Texas Clinic Foundation have analysed records from 900 colonoscopies. Just over half were screens and the rest wer...

More about HIV

...he stress of treatment is causing them to get sick earlier than they would have without treatment. This also makes it difficult to keep HIV infected patients on the strict regiment required for the drug to be as effective as it can be. Secondly, new, more virulent strains of HIV are beginning to emerge that...

No vaccination - diabetes link

...in Oregon, Washington who conducted the study said earlier research also had not shown an association but a fresh look had not been taken since 1990 when some newer vaccines came into use. The cause of juvenile diabetes is not known but genetic and environmental factors are believed to be involved....

Support therapy helps breast cancer patients

...xplain the difference between his research and the earlier studies. The breast cancer death rate has been d...ping substantially since the late 1990s because of earlier detection and more effective treatments. David's research found that patients whose breast cancer ha...

Cirrhosis on the rise

... are showing signs of permanent liver damage at an earlier age. Cirrhosis - the permanent scarring and dama...ore susceptible and they get problems with alcohol earlier and quicker so they are more likely to develop cirrhosis of the liver for relatively small amounts o...

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