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More to Garlic than warding of Dracula

... may potentially play a role in the maintenance of optimal cardiac function, according to a review published in a recent issue of Nutrition in Clinical Care. The researchers looked at studies investigating the effect of garlic on risk factors for heart disease. Several studies suggest that garlic may lower t...

Levothyroxine Thyroid Hormone Replacement, Approved for Hypothyroidism

...eeks in adults to aid in dose adjustment. Once the optimal replacement dose of levothryoxine for an individual adult patient is determined, blood tests are usually done less frequently; e.g., every six to twelve months. Symptoms of hypothyroidism include poor growth in children and, in those born with this...

Borderline blood pressure- possible health risk

...rom heart attack or stroke, compared to those with optimal - 120/80 or low blood pressure. An ongoing study reveals that borderline blood pressure also increases the risk of non-fatal cardiovascular events. The researchers, Boston University, studied nearly men and women, dividing them into three groups ...

Asprin aids in pregnancy

...red. "More analysis would be needed to clarify the optimal dose of aspirin and the best time to start the drug in pregnancy....

Preventing mental decline in the aged

...earchers conclude cognitive vitality is crucial to optimal aging. They say clear data is now beginning to show scientific basis for achieving and maintaining cognitive vitality in later life....

Study on obesity and heart failure

..., researchers say strategies are needed to promote optimal body weight to reduce the risk of heart failure....

Lamictal as add-on therapy for children with epilepsy

...partial seizures (at least four per month) despite optimal doses of other anti-epilepsy drugs (AEDs). The study was a 18 week placebo controlled study in which 200 patients aged between 2 and 15 years, who were still having frequent seizures despite use of other AEDs, were randomized to treatment with Lamict...

Life expectancy lessened due to obesity

...iduals in the younger age categories. However, the optimal BMI (associated with the least YLL or greatest longevity) was found to be approximately 23 to 25 for whites and 23 to 30 for blacks. It was thus concluded that the recommendations for adults to avoid obesity gained a lot of support in the light of th...

New hope for patients with Parkinson's disease

...deration that these patientswere already receiving optimal medical treatment when the device was implanted....

Better Drug for Heart Transplant

...aluation and follow-up are needed to determine the optimal dose. However, they say the findings of this study offer some optimism that everolimus is a promising agent for the management of rejection and vasculopathy after heart transplantation....

It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking,Study Finds

...nd teaching institution, is dedicated to fostering optimal cardiovascular care and disease prevention through professional education, promotion of research, leadership in the development of standards and guidelines, and the formulation of health care policy....

Eat Less ... Exercise Less

...se is necessary to help long-term weight loss, the optimal amount of exercise necessary to maintain that weight loss has not been established. However, //it has been thought that more exercise and exercising with more intensity may improve long-term weight loss. Researchers from the University of Pittsburg...

Hydrotherapy Found to be Effective for Patients with Osteoarthritis

...ed exercise programs. Hydrotherapy provides the optimal environment for patients with osteoarthritis to exercise aerobically, and at higher intensities than would be possible on land.” ...

Hydrotherapy Found to be Effective for Patients with Osteoarthritis

...sed exercise programs. Hydrotherapy provides the optimal environment for patients with osteoarthritis to exercise aerobically, and at higher intensities than would be possible on land.” ...

Link Between Musculoskeletal Pain and Vitamin D Deficiency

...or neonatal illnesses, young adults not developing optimal bone mass, and older adults experiencing osteoporotic fractures. Vitamin D deficiency is also associated with significant risks for osteoporosis, hypertension, diabetes, cancer and auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis. Based on the study...

The Importance Of “ Good ”Control Of Diabetes During Pregnanc

...l greatly increased Thus researchers say even near optimal maternal glycemic control is apparently not good enough. Researchers say neonatologists caring for infants born to women with type 1 diabetes should be alert for signs of low blood sugar in the babies....

The Use Of Antibiotics Questioned

...ts, continue to be necessary in children to ensure optimal identification of GAS pharyngitis [strep throat]....

Aspirin Found To Be Effective In Reducing Breast Cancer Rates

...nce of breast cancer. However researchers say an optimal aspirin dose or regimen required to achieve a maximum reduction in cancer risk remains unknown . Researchers also say that the potential benefits need to be balanced against potential harmful effects of long term aspirin use, such as peptic ulcer dis...

The Reason For Loss Of Appetite After Gastric Bypass

...r ghrelin levels, reduce hunger, and, thus, induce optimal weight loss....

Water Exercise Found to be Effective for Patients with Osteoarthritis

...based exercise programs. Hydrotherapy provides the optimal environment for patients with osteoarthritis to exercise aerobically, and at higher intensities than would be possible on land.”...

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