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Arthroscopy for Ankles

...to having to make a 6-to-7 centimeter incision and possibly having to break a bone to get into a joint, Stienstra says. Patients with ankle damage caused by arthritis or injury can be treated with arthroscopy and resume normal activities in a week or less. That compares to a minimum of six to eight weeks of ...

Heart Attacks during Menstruation!

...isease are more likely to have severe symptoms and possibly a heart attack at the beginning of their monthly menstrual cycle, according to new research from England. Angina is a heavy, squeezing chest pain which occurs when there is insufficient oxygen supply to the heart. It is more common in patients //...

Dangers of heat

...ms include thirst, headache, pallor, dizziness and possibly nausea or vomiting. In severe cases, the heart rate increases and the sufferer may feel disoriented. Heatstroke or sunstroke occurs when the body's thermoregulatory system stops working and body temperature rises to approximately 42C. Dr Ron Behren...

Anthrax drug doxycycline could stunt fetal growth

...is being overprescribed in the general population, possibly causing common bacteria to become resistant to the drug. // The CDC has asked doctors to first consider doxycycline, which works equally well against strains of anthrax detected in recent weeks in the United States. But doxycycline is part of a cla...

Infertility in relation with virus

German scientists reveal that a virus is possibly resposible for infertility.The virus is called adeno-associated virus (AAV) and was found in samples of testicular tissue taken from men whose semen was abnormal. The virus was found in these men far more frequently than in those with normal semen. ...

Quit coffee and help your heart

...dy's ability to keep homocysteine levels in check, possibly by inhibiting the action of the vitamins folate or B6....

Smallpox Would Spread Rapidly

...virus remain in laboratories in the US, Russia and possibly other nations.// Recent fears of bioterrorism have ignited concerns that these stockpiles could be used to introduce the potentially deadly disease into the population, which is at present ill-prepared to deal with a potential outbreak. If introduced...

Stem cell research

... to develop new tissues for disease treatment, and possibly organs for transplantation. If nerve cells can be grown from scratch in the lab, for example, they may eventually be able to be injected into the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease to replace degenerating tissue. "Because human embryonic stem...

Plague creates panic in India

...d gone hunting in a forest last month and had been possibly infected by a wild rat. The highly contagious disease later killed three of his relatives. Twelve more infected people from the same village were being treated at nearby hospitals. Thakur said about 8000 people in the affected area had been given p...

Defeating colon cancer

... a diet rich in fruit and vegetables, and also for possibly considering a folic acid supplement. The study may also shed new light on the biology of colon cancer, stimulating further research....

Arthritis drug can prolong life

...elp people with the crippling disease live longer, possibly by decreasing their risk of heart disease. Researchers says that the study supports the growing evidence that inflammation might play a role in heart attacks and that anti-inflammatory medication might ward them off. Originally a cancer drug, metho...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

...d that such hybrids have double the normal DNA and possibly carry unknown health consequences. Researchers feel that, whether the process, observed in mouse brain cells in laboratory experiments, also occurs in animals, including humans, remains to be seen. "This suggests a need for caution with regard to th...

DNA of deceased ones stored in Funeral Homes

...gnostic tests. Naegele concedes that the DNA could possibly be used to clone relatives in the future, but is adamant that he does not advocate cloning. ``I have several families that have stored DNA with that in mind,'' Naegele said. ``I'm only the keeper of the product.'' D'Esopo does not mention cloning wh...

Nurses save more lives

...ving more bodies.'' He said hundreds of patients - possibly thousands - die each year from lack of advanced nursing care. The average vacancy rate for RN jobs is 13 percent, according to a report commissioned by the American Hospital Association. And many expect the shortage to grow with the aging of the nur...

Breastfed babies grow rapidly

...ng can lower the risk of infections and allergies, possibly into adulthood, and may boost brain development early in life....

Drug for pediatric brain cancer

... need for more studies involving the drug alone or possibly in combination with other agents....

Drug for pediatric brain cancer

... need for more studies involving the drug alone or possibly in combination with other agents....

Genetic indicates memory

...p doctors develop treatments to improve memory and possibly even help Alzheimer's patients....

Combating insomnia with warm feet

...nderway at University of Illinois at Chicago could possibly help people with insomnia sleep better. Joan Shaver, Ph.D., R.N., Dean of the College of Nursing at UIC, //and Barbara Berger, Clinical Assistant Professor, are heading the research, which is using warm booties as a way to help people with insomnia f...

Gene connected to Multi-System disorder discovered

...ase. The researchers concluded that other genes - possibly even other connexins or environmental factors could also account for the variety of effects seen in patients....

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