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Diana Could Have Been Saved Had She Been Rushed to Hospital

...ne hour and 40 minutes after the accident. Despite lengthy resuscitation attempts, including internal cardiac massage, she died at 4 a.m. French local time....

Rural Work Ethic Curbs Elderly Heart Care

...ilure symptoms and having to be hospitalized for a lengthy time, he noted. The researchers were encouraged that most of the patients and their caregivers were interested in learning more about their illness, and requested information on how better to manage medications, diet, exercise, symptoms and related...

Modified Drug Therapy for Alzheimers Disease

...ese clinical trial phases are the first steps in a lengthy process necessary before the Food and Drug Administration approves a drug to be available on the market....

Two Australian Teenagers Sentenced to Life for Murder

... "gruesome and merciless in the extreme". During lengthy sentencing remarks, Judge Reynolds told the pair - who were 16 at the time of the murder - that their long history of drug use leading up to the night before the murder could not excuse what they had done. All three girls danced together at a party...

Saliva Helps to Identify Child Victims of Chronic Bullying

...onal health. However, when a person undergoes a lengthy period of stress similar to the chronic bullying experience, he shows less than normal cortisol reactions that are related to a decreased sensitivity to stress. For their study, the researchers tested the saliva of 94 sixth grade students between ...

UK too Will Insist on Folic Acid in Bread

... of babies born with severe disabilities. After lengthy public consultations the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has said that it would approach the Government with its recommendations next month after it decides whether folic acid should be added to flour or to bread. If ministers accept the FSA's proposa...

New Pill to Suppress Menstrual Bleeding Indefinitely

...rous condition, though the unpredictable and often lengthy periods of bleeding are unpleasant for the woman. Breakthrough bleeding may also be caused by hormonal side effects of ovulation. If the Pill is not suppressing ovulation, the woman is at high risk of pregnancy. Breakthrough bleeding may also itself ...

Sleepwalking to sex during sleep, a new disorder detected

...of Kleine-Levin syndrome, which causes intense and lengthy bouts of sleep. It's important to know that it's treatable. A physician would do a family history, and a partner sleep history. Most of the patients in our review did have a very rich history of parasomnias, such as sleepwalking, sleeptalking. Mos...

‘Don’t Beat Around the Bush’ With Information on ‘sex Education’, Bush AdministrationTold

...me. The ACLU put forward this request by way of a lengthy document compiled by Dr. John Santelli, a pediatrician at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. According to Santelli, the material is flawed in more ways than one. The information provided in the ‘sex education’ programme is ...

Outpatient Treatment Kills Benign Bone Tumors Nonsurgically With Heat

...prevents major surgery and eliminates the need for lengthy rehabilitation and recovery. The interventional radiologist can visualize the tumor with CT and insert the needle into the correct area while monitoring the heat, thereby ensuring that the entire tumor is destroyed and will not grow back. “Our res...

Drug Strategy Makes Cancer Genes Get Lost in Translation

...r so-called 5' end, the researchers explained. The lengthy region of weak mRNAs serves as an obstacle for the ribosomal machinery that does the translating, making it a challenge to determine where to begin, he added. In contrast, strong mRNAs have only short 5' untranslated regions that allow for easier ...

New Tool Improves Prediction of Stroke Risk

...ngs because follow-up to a stroke usually involves lengthy and costly inpatient rehabilitation. Also, if the patient does have a stroke while he or she is being observed, the stroke can be treated with clot-busting drugs immediately. In the "Lancet" report, the authors conclude: "Findings of many studies ...

New Generation - Medicinal Products

...s, industrial preparation of the polymers requires lengthy reaction times at high temperatures (e.g. several hours at 140°C-160°C). This is where Didier Bourissou's team same up with the idea of changing the recipe and ingredients in order to facilitate access to these polyesters and increase their divers...

Better Understanding of Quality of Life Assessments

...xcessive amounts of data, such as daily reports or lengthy questionnaires, contributes to a lessened quality of life, say the authors, but not enough information may result in inaccurate assessments by the clinician and or inadequate adjustment of treatment strategies. As a result, patients may choose to cea...

New Technique to Identify Bacteria for Food Safety

...hat samples be specially treated and prepared in a lengthy series of steps. DESI eliminates the pretreatment steps, enabling researchers to take "fingerprints" of bacteria in less than a minute using a mass spectrometer. "This is the first time we've been able to chemically analyze and accurately identify ...

Obesity may Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer in Pre-menopausal Women

...found that a high BMI could result in irregular or lengthy menstrual cycles. It could also cause gynecological problems and the reduction in the levels of the female hormones that are associated with the development of breast cancer. The lowered levels of female hormones may be the reason behind reduction in...

Carefully Monitored Treatment Can Help Those Who Suffer from Depression

...f the disease, but may not achieve remission after lengthy chronic depression. “This study emphasizes the importance of long-term management of this disease,” Dr. Rush said. “The short-term matters, but the long-term matterseven more.” Source-Newswise SRM...

Authors Review Astrodome Medical Response to Hurricane Katrina

...es might or might not be more costly than a single lengthy aid operation under the current approach for a single disaster, such as Katrina," Dr. Nusbaum writes. "Use of multiple sites would make it likely that wherever in the country a disaster struck, an evacuation site would be relatively close by and full...

Researchers Developing Office-Based Cancer Screening Test

...t, to process complex data that until now required lengthy analysis by hand. Templeton says that the NCI understood other unique advantages at UVa. This includes easy coordination of data between the clinical labs and a database of clinical outcomes, called the clinical data repository (CDR). 'Our program ...

Abolish Car Parking Charges at Welsh Hospitals, says BMA Cymru Wales

... 53 trips to hospital. Often patients have to make lengthy and costly visits to specialist treatment centres, and expensive parking charges can hit patients hard. "Our ‘Cancer Costs’ study found nine in ten (91%) cancer patients’ households suffered a loss of income and/or increased costs as a direct resu...

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