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Chronic Insomnia can Lead to Anxiety Disorders and Depression

.... "From a clinical point of view, these results imply that individuals reporting chronic insomnia, in addition to receiving adequate treatment for their sleep disturbance, should be carefully examined for the presence of anxiety disorder as well as depression," Neckelmann added. The researchers sugges...

Dotted All Over? - Count Yourself Lucky

...he benefit of a reduced rate of ageing."This could imply susceptibility to fewer age-related diseases such as heart disease or osteoporosis, for example. Further studies are needed." Since moles disappear with age Bataille's team looked at their relationship with telomere length, a good biological indic...

Katrina Evacuees Made To Remain In Toxic Air

...ad "advised that we do not do testing, which would imply FEMA's ownership of this issue." Another FEMA attorney on June 15 wrote, "Do not initiate any testing until we give the OK. ... you get results and should they indicate some problem, the clock is running on our duty to respond to them." FEMA is ac...

Smoking Hampers Alcoholics' Neurocognitive Recovery During Abstinence

...tion, Nixon said. Durazzo said that the findings imply that consideration of smoking status is significant to the evaluation of cognitive revival. Even though our results should be considered preliminary, they suggest that consideration of smoking status is relevant to the assessment of cognitive recov...

AIDS Incidence in India Far Lower Than Previously Estimated New Study

...ican financing. The lower figure for India would imply that India has managed to keep its epidemic more like that of the United States, in that the virus circulates mostly within high-risk groups. In Indias case, these are prostitutes and their clients especially truckers; men who have sex with men; and...

Women Binge- Drinkers Warned Of Possible Link To Breast Cancer

...er. To minimize the risk of breast cancer our data imply that women should not do any binge drinking or drink larger amounts of alcohol." According to Mirch, it is possible that weekend binge drinkers drink more on each drinking occasion than weekday bingers – this would explain the higher risk associat...

Aborted Babies Survive, a British Study Says

...ty in the fetus was rare. "It would be wrong to imply from this retrospective study, that if women undergo a medical induction abortion at under 24 weeks' gestation for reasons aside from foetal abnormality, that this is at all likely to result in a live birth. "Doctors working in abortion care have ...

Drug Used to Prevent HIV Transmission from Mother to Child Damages DNA

... levels seen in nonexposed infants. These findings imply a strong potential for AZT-induced genetic damage in the developing fetus. The authors state "We are concerned about the long-term health implications for these infants because the MN increases noted in this study add to the growing body of evidence ...

Drug Used to Prevent HIV Transmission from Mother to Child Damages DNA

... levels seen in nonexposed infants. These findings imply a strong potential for AZT-induced genetic damage in the developing fetus. The authors state "We are concerned about the long-term health implications for these infants because the MN increases noted in this study add to the growing body of evidence ...

Starting Time of Hormone Therapy may Augment the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

...t of menopausal symptoms, but does not necessarily imply an absence of harm over prolonged periods of hormone use. In contrast, risk of stroke did not depend on years since menopause or the presence of vasomotor symptoms. The findings are consistent with current recommendations that hormone therapy be used...

Uninsured Often Receive Less Medical Care

...Dr. Hadley writes. "The results of this analysis imply that the failure to address the problem of no insurance for U.S. individuals will have adverse health consequences. Moreover, the fact that these consequences apply to uninsured individuals who experienced unintentional injuries or new chronic condit...

Drug Companies Should Not Have a Monopoly Over Clinical Trial Data

...s raises serious ethical questions, since it would imply withholding medicines that are already known to be effective from some patients (the control group), solely for commercial purposes. It is unlikely that withholding medicines in this way this would pass the scrutiny of ethical review committees, whic...

Mutation In PALB2 Elevates Risk of Cancer

...rostate cancer susceptibility. Recent results also imply that PALB2 might be a cancer susceptibility gene in other populations as well. It's been shown that two of the mutations identified in Fanconi anemia patients in non-Finnish populations seem to be associated with familial breast cancer,' says Winqv...

Support Claims With Science Not Magic, Beverage Owners Warned

...s conclusions, stating "it is improper to state or imply that the results of this study supports any weight loss" claim. No test of Enviga has lasted more than three days and a European study found that EGCG and caffeine did not increase energy expenditure after one month and did not help people lose wei...

Redundancies Boost Mental Health Problems for Those Who Keep Their Jobs

...on society,” comment the authors. “Our findings imply that work conditions should increasingly be recognised in large scale preventive strategies for psychiatric disorders,” they add. Source: British Medical Association...

Aspirin and Asthma: Study

... onset of asthma in adults, they absolutely do not imply that aspirin improves symptoms in patients with asthma. The drug also carries risks of side-effects such as stomach bleeding. SRI...

Carriers With Alzheimer's High Risk Gene Type Age Normally Until the Disease Strikes

...into pronounced symptoms of dementia. The findings imply that the genotype which promotes risk of developing this degenerative disorder plays a role much later. The findings are published in the January issue of Neuropsychology, by the American Psychological Association (APA). The study may help rule ou...

Sleep Disturbances, Nightmares - Common Among Suicide Attempters: Report

...iation between nightmares and suicidality does not imply causality," said Sjostrom. "However, our findings should inspire clinicians to include questions concerning sleep disturbance and especially nightmares in the clinical assessment of suicidal patients." Nightmares are disturbing, visual dream sequen...

Underweight Moms: Weighed Down by the Risk of Miscarriages

...r chance of suffering a miscarriage. This seems to imply that ‘morning sickness’ acts like an indicator that announces that all is well with the pregnancy. The findings of this research will definitely be an encouragement to women. Hopefully this will spur them on to include more veggies and fruits in t...

Southern California Wildfires Pose Health Risks to Children

...aying indoors in such a study as this, the data do imply that simple protective measures as promoted by public agencies appears to reduce the health consequences, suggests Künzli. "One thing this study shows us is that during severe wildfires, children who do not have asthma may be experiencing what it i...

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