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Helicobacter pylori Antibiotic Treatment of Peptic Ulcer May not Prevent Gastric lymphomas

... occurred in 35% of all infected animals. However, frank MALT lymphoma was more prevalent in re-infected animals (44%) than in primarily infected animals (25%). The significance of the described work is that gastric lymphoma progresses more rapidly upon secondary infection. Because resting B cells are left...

Clinic Helps Women Lead Normal Lives

...cocaine addiction. The women concerned are usually frank //and open about their addictions, as they are more concerned about the baby in their womb. Healthcare work such as this caters mostly to self-inflicted illnesses. There are also women who suffer from multiple problems, and drugs are only a small ...

Eating Disorders Among Children Are Widespread

...on (EDA) which suggested that there should be more frank discussions between the children and their parents... concerned. The exchange of opinions should be as frank as it is with the case of sexual health and drug abuse. Eating disorders such as bingeing, bulimia n...

Stop HIV/AIDS in its Tracks with Education

...during the meet, mixed with young people, and held frank debates about safe sex and the dangers of unhealthy behavior, that could put them at risk for HIV/AIDS. br>...

Virginity Vows by Teens may Mask Truth

...ny such pledge. On the contrary those who had been frank about their sexual activity in 1995 seemed to have nil sexual activity in 1996. According to the implications of this finding, teenagers flip flopping on their sexual activity could only raise their risk of contracting sexually transmitted disease ...

AIDS: Why the pandemic outpaces us

...get date? The UN high-level review, instead of a frank analysis and commitment on resources to urgently fill the funding gap of $10 billion to reach universal access to prevention and treatment, came out with a weak declaration. "Three painful drafts later, the irresponsible language being proposed by so...

Safe Sex and Good Sex is the Talk of AIDS Conference

...ing women in her community. "Our discussions are frank and open, because we feel we have nothing to lose. Many women say they never liked or have no interest in sex. Our culture teaches us to be guilty for feeling any desire," Rehman says. At a conference where many discussions centre around the sexual...

Sheer exhaustion makes a junior doc’ kill a patient!

...he blame on any member of staff. It was a full and frank admission with the mitigation of the hours she had worked." Mr. Wright, from Leeds, had respiratory problems, kidney disease and furred arteries. The impact of insulin injectionon Mr. Wright’s death was confirmed by Pathologist Professor Alexander ...

Are Food Labels Intelligible?

...lieve helps them make an informed choice. 17% were frank enough to accept that they never really bothered to read food labels. Researchers are of the opinion that the very purpose of food labels is defeated if consumers do not comprehend the labels. The survey also revealed those who were not very educat...

Canadian's wait an eternity - Issues of a developed healthcare system.

...times for the same. He opined that a realistic and frank study, free from the traditional political rhetoric of healthcare systems elsewhere in the developed world having circumvented similar problems was the need of the hour. MST...

Take Fatigue Seriously - Says Researcher

...d as important. Individuals with exhaustion report frank confusion that resembles delirium, emotional numbness, sudden loss of energy, difficulty both in staying awake and in sleeping and complete social withdrawal. “It is important to recognize the difference between tiredness and fatigue, because fatig...

Children's Hospital Boston Presents at the Society for Adolescent Medicine Annual Meeting

...cial isolation, harassment, bullying and sometimes frank violence against these adolescents may be an explanation.' Bullying and harassment of children who behave or appear outside expected gender norms begins in elementary school. According to the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, a national ad...

New Zealand Authorities Concerned With Overcrowding in Hospitals

...he view that staff were too busy that day, but his frank acknowledgment that Carroll should have been given a better chance contrasts with the report's limp assessment. The panel behind the report did not interview the nurses involved, relying instead on their written statements. Interviewing them would ...

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