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Reduction in Antidepressant Leads to Suicidal Risks

...e unclear, the authors note. Thus, while it is now evident that regulatory interventions can alter patterns of practice, whether this is desirable is uncertain, they conclude. There is an urgent need for better data on the efficacy and safety of antidepressants to guide pediatric practice....

20 Mg Rimonabant Per Day may Help to Quit Smoking

...longest follow-up. This beneficial effect was more evident in overweight or obese smokers than in those of normal weight. From the preliminary data that we found it appears that 20mg rimonabant may significantly increase a persons likelihood of quitting and may also reduce the amount of weight that they gai...

Scorching Heat in Rajasthan Has Pushed the Sale of Beer to a Record High

...ir thirst with a chilled glass of beer . This is evident from the taverns in star-rated hotels in Jaipur which are packed with guzzlers. Over ninety percent of the bar occupants prefer beer with a mere ten percent opting for hard liquor. Customers feel that beer is apt for chilling as well as stimulating...

Rural Work Ethic Curbs Elderly Heart Care

...ssionals, and should harness the strong work ethic evident in the rural population. The researchers also recommend that rural and urban health care regions continue to find ways to improve rural access to specialist health professionals in heart care, such as physicians, nurses and pharmacists....

Southern England Far Healthier Than the North

...eaths per 100,000. A North-South divide is also evident in terms of the health problems caused by over-drinking. The number of hospital stays because of alcohol were just 85.6 per 100,000 in St Albans, Hertfordshire - but in Liverpool it is almost eight times higher at 652.4 per 100,000. The national av...

US Lawmakers Considering Legislation to Restrict Payments by Drug Companies to Doctors

...t top group of 100. Still, a similar pattern was evident in a Minnesota database that was the subject of a series of articles in The New York Times this year. As in Vermont, psychiatrists earned on aggregate the most in Minnesota, with payments ranging from $51 to $689,000. The Times found that psychiatr...

Living With Stress

...ated problems and disorders are on the rise, as is evident from the increasing number of patients visiting psychologists. Reaction to stress depends on the individual-different people react to stress differently. What matters is how efficiently one can cope with it. And cope with it you can -a plethora...

Adopting Healthy Lifestyle in Middle Age Lowers Heart Disease Risk

...witching to a healthy lifestyle past age 45 became evident even in the 4-year, short-term follow up; second, the beneficial impact of the changes occurred despite the relatively modest changes in health habits; and third, the healthy lifestyle was advantageous when compared to all persons with three or fewer...

Healthy Lifestyle can Reduce Cardiovascular Risk

...witching to a healthy lifestyle past age 45 became evident even in the 4-year, short-term follow up; second, the beneficial impact of the changes occurred despite the relatively modest changes in health habits; and third, the healthy lifestyle was beneficial when compared to all persons with three or fewer h...

RNA Play a Vital Role in Gene Activity

...acks in this theory began to appear when it became evident that many RNA molecules aren't capable of making protein. While more recent research has shown that small bits of RNA can silence individual genes by interfering with their expression - a la Stanford professor Andrew Fire's recent Nobel work - long...

Going Overboard on Alcohol Creates a Bottleneck at Hospitals

...oples health. Binge drinking has become a trend evident among all age groups, class, boundaries and cultural lines. Experts have suggested that this trend spells doom for Australia in the next 20 years. Many Australians will be suffering chronic diseases like liver cirrhosis, cancers and brain disorders. ...

Rural Heart Patients Missing Out

...e group. Significant inequalities in health are evident for rural and remote Australians for many health indicators, said Professor Henry Krum, Head of the Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Therapeutics at Monash University, Melbourne. Mortality from circulatory diseases has been shown to rise ...

New Survey List Out Cities That Take Sun Protection Seriously

...laissez-faire attitudes toward sun protection were evident when comparing their answers about how much they worry about sun exposure to adults in other cities. When asked if they agree or disagree with the statement "I prefer to enjoy sunshine and not worry about what I should do to protect myself from it...

Eyeing a Good Memory - Not an Exercise in Futility!

...ion between the hemispheres of the brain. This was evident in students who took part in the study and who were able to recall better after such exercises. Research led by Andrew Parker of Manchester Metropolitan University, said, This could be important in situations where we feel uncertain, unclear or may...

Moderate Drinking Lowers Women's Risk of Heart Attack

...A lower risk for drinkers than abstainers also was evident inwomen who drank with food, as well as without, and in those whoprimarily drank wine or a variety of alcoholic beverages. Similar, but weaker, associations were found when patterns and volumewere analyzed among drinkers only. Among these women, dr...

A Tipple a Day may Be heart Friendly for Women

...A lower risk for drinkers than abstainers also was evident in women who drank with food, as well as without, and in those who primarily drank wine or a variety of alcoholic beverages. Similar, but weaker, associations were found when patterns and volume were analyzed among drinkers only. Among these women...

Link Between Gastric Bypass Surgery and Neurological Conditions

...neurological complications ever reported. As is evident from our findings, the neurological complications of bariatric surgery involve most parts of the nervous system, and frequently more than one, Juhasz Pocsine said. The conditions experienced by our patients spanned most regions of the nervous system ...

Off-label and Untested Use of Drug-coated Stents Appears Widespread

...me for patients in the off-label group was clearly evident by the 30-day follow-up. "Both observed and adjusted analyses indicated a greater than two-fold higher risk of death, MI [myocardial infarction, heart attack], or stent thrombosis [formation of a blood clot]," they write. "Compared with standard us...

Calcium and Vitamin D Intake Lowers the Risk of Breast Cancer Before Menopause

... breast tumours. "A possible explanation for the evident difference by menopause status may be related to the joint relationship among calcium, vitamin D and insulinlike growth factors (IGFs)," the authors state. "In vitro studies have suggested that calcium and vitamin D exert anticarcinogenic effects o...

Natural Compound in Grapes, Tea and Cocoa Helps to Enhance Memory

...ity during the study, such benefits were even more evident in mice that also exercised. "A logical next step will be to study the effects of epicatechin on memory and brain blood flow in aged animals, and then humans, combined with mild exercise, " says van Praag....

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