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Asthma! A new warning for heart disease

...ithout asthma. Therefore emphasis has been made on managing cardiovascular risk factors such as blood cholest...ithout asthma. Therefore emphasis has been made on managing cardiovascular risk factors such as blood cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar in the patien...

The patient's voice

...re not alone, and giving them vital information on managing their condition. // Doctors at the UK Cochrane Centre, are creating a unique database called DIPEx (Database of Individual Patients' Experience of Illness) which will record what patients with particular diseases think and feel about their conditi...

Breast screening among diabetic women

...iabetes is unknown. The researchers wonder whether managing diabetes takes up so much time and attention that there is little room for other aspects of health care. Since women with diabetes run the same risk of breast cancer as the rest of the population, it's important they don't miss out when it comes to ...

Care for footwear not required diabetic patients

...ware that good foot care is an essential// part of managing their condition. For the poor circulation that is typical in diabetes leaves the foot vulnerable to ulceration and other problems which can lead to serious complications if left unattended. It's been the custom in the United States to prescribe spe...

A remedy to lessen fatigue

...ying medical condition, be thankful and then start managing your tiredness. Experts offer some energy-boosting tips. Exercise will make you less tired, they say, so include it - however busy you are. But build up gradually to 30 minutes a day. Learn stress reduction, pace yourself and make time management a...

Morphine may excite cancerous tumors

...ers say their findings warrant further studies for managing cancer pain. Researchers from the University of Minnesota Cancer Center found doses of morphine, similar to doses given to cancer patients to manage severe pain, provoke signals in endothelial cells, or cells that form blood vessels, and activate m...

Latest device for identifying Melanomas

... most common cancer in Australia. Victor Skladnev, managing director of Polartechnics said that in terms of its ability to diagnose melanomas, it matches top specialists.// Image analysis and computer-aided diagnostic software for SolarScan, which has been under development for eight years, was designed for ...

New drug for hypertension

...ere on Thursday,// NCL director Sivaram and Emcure managing director Satish Mehta said the chirally pure S-Amlodipine, a product of their collaborative research, will be a great boon for the patients suffering from hypertension. Stating that Emcure is among the first few in the world to introduce this produ...

Specialist care convalesces intensive care survival

...ittsburgh University have analysed the evidence on managing patients in intensive care units (ICUs). //They have found that patients do much better if they are cared for by a doctor who is a specialist in critical care medicine. Previous research has suggested that the involvement of an 'intensivist' reduce...

Latest technique for asthma treatment

...ammation is better than conventional treatment for managing asthma attacks. Several weeks before an asthma attack, levels of immune cells known eosinophils increase// in the airways. Researchers at Glenfield Hospital,UK, have been looking at how targeting this build up of eosinophils in sputum compares with c...

More signs to an approaching migraine attack

...concluded that this study could help ineffectively managing migraine attacks by taking medication when the warningsigns come on....

Diabetes could become an epidemic

...s developed there is no cure, it is just a case of managing it, and managing it everyday. People who have diabetes are not aware of the problems caused by the condition. But lat...

Almonds Help Lower Cholesterol

...cent. Researchers say the diet was as effective in managing cholesterol as taking a starting dose of cholesterol-lowering drugs. Previous studies have also shown the Portfolio plan has consistently displayed a "drug-like" effect in improving cholesterol levels. Patients on the Portfolio diet ate a handful of...

Depression Weighs Heaviest on the Elderly

... be so debilitated by depression that they are not managing their hypertension or diabetes or they are not eating right. People die from the sort of excess disability that is created by depression in the context of other diseases." Contrary to conventional wisdom, depression is not a normal part of aging. B...

Link Between Mothers Depression and Violence in Children

... in regulating one’s attention and activity and in managing anger and responses to frustration are associated with violent behavior and various disruptive behavior disorders. Researchers say they are unclear why depressed mothers are more likely to have violent children. They say biological factors could pl...

Poor Preventive Measures Taken By Diabetics

...t many patients with diabetes were not proactively managing these factors. The research showed 37 percent of patients were above the recommended HbA1c level of 8 percent or greater, 40 percent had hypertensive blood pressure, and 52 percent had cholesterol levels of 200 mg/DL or greater. People with cholest...

A Solution To Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

...at they may now have a very promising approach for managing two major and preventable risk factors for cardiovascular disease with one and the same drug....

New Treatment For Tendonitis

... clinical studies have shown it to be effective in managing a wide variety of tendonopathy and chronic tendonitis syndromes. Specialists say the shock waves inhibit pain in the nerve endings and increase blood flow, promoting healing. Specialists also say It's a safe non-invasive procedure and is comfortabl...

More Complications Seen In Women With Epilepsy

...lude that women with epilepsy need special care in managing their disorder....

Diabetics Should Adopt Better Preventive Measures

...t many patients with diabetes were not proactively managing these factors. The research showed 37 percent of patients were above the recommended HbA1c level of 8 percent or greater, 40 percent had hypertensive blood pressure, and 52 percent had cholesterol levels of 200 mg/DL or greater. People with cholest...

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