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A new hearing device improves hearing

...y implanted, it does cost quite a bit more. Please refer to the specific consultant and discuss it whether this is applicable in your case....

Children's snoring may indicate a serious problem

...child snores. If the answer is yes, doctors should refer the patient for more tests since chronic snoring is often a symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome. Tonsils and/or adenoids that are too big usually cause the condition. Obesity also can result in problems. Fat deposits around the throat can ...

Healing a painful neck

...eat the condition with pain relievers but may also refer patients to physical therapists or manual therapists for exercise therapy or manual treatment. The latter consists of hands-on techniques such as mobilization or manipulation of the neck. In this study, doctors assigned 190 patients to receive eithe...

Heart and dental care

...iotics. The problem now is that many doctors who refer patients for echocardiograms are not experts in reading them and are unclear when the heart association guidelines call for antibiotics, said Dr. Warren J. Manning of Harvard and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston. Patients are often refe...

Depression Weighs Heaviest on the Elderly

... except depression," Lebowitz says. Experts often refer to this as "depression without sadness." A person may complain that his food doesn't taste good, that he's not sleeping and that he is having trouble remembering things and making decisions. Memory and other cognitive problems may combine to make t...

Mental Health Services for Children

...atricians need to be trained to identify, treat or refer children with mental health problems. If not, study authors say the needs of these kids will continue to be underserved. ...

Drug In Asthma inhaler Found To Counteract Benefits

...nded version and a right-handed one. These isomers refer to the molecular structure.The "right" version relaxed the airways when used with the steroid dexamethasone but the "left" version in fact increased the inflammatory signals that caused the airways to tighten, he said. Researchers say that long-term...

New Guidelines Found To Benefit Cardiovascular Treatment

...iter to 129 milligrams per deciliter.While changes refer mainly to drug treatment, specialists stress the importance of addressing risk factors related to lifestyle, such as obesity and lack of exercise. ...

A New Way Of Detecting Osteoporosis

...ook at the mandibular cortical shape and width and refer the appropriate women for further BMD testing. Researchers studied more than 300 women who had no symptoms of osteoporosis. X-rays were used to measure the cortical shape and width of the women’s jaws. About half of the women had a history of hyster...

Testing genes for disease does not cause harm to children of people with Alzheimers

... to the disease again and 82% said that they would refer their other family members and friends also to go for it. Reference: Boston University School of Medicine, news release, June 2005...

Need for better support for chronic pain in children’

...g for severe conditions under lying pain, and they refer to specialists and the parents move from doctors to doctors. Ultimately the child receives only little therapy for pain. Research by pain management unit has shown that psychological improvement was seen in children’s undergoing cognitive behaviour ...

A New Product Offering protection against anthrax

...it could stop the company selling the products, or refer the matter to federal prosecutors. The Federal Trade Commission also could seek penalties if it determines that Bio-Germ has made false or unsubstantiated claims. Hence until officials review the findings of a scientific integrity committee will they...

Railway Station Contributes to Create Awareness on AIDS

...ople who have sexually transmitted diseases, and I refer them to akka (sister)," ...

Scientists Warn Against Food Borne Illnesses

...esses that can be transmitted by food. Scientists refer to the people in these groups as YOPI—the very young, the very old, pregnant women, and people with suppressed immune systems from HIV, diabetes, and other conditions. Their natural internal defenses against food borne illness are not as well armed a...

Understanding The Role Of Olfaction In Taste

... bitter, and thus the pleasant 'taste' to which we refer is actually a pleasant odour sensed retronasally, say researchers. Researchers say that pinching the nose while eating or drinking which blocks airflow from the mouth through the olfactory system - stops flavour perception and releasing the nose res...

Too much of meat, salt and starch predisposes to respiratory problems.

...erns in our population," said Dr. London. "what we refer to as the 'meat-dim sum pattern' and the 'vegetable-fruit-soy pattern.'" The meat-dim sum pattern contained 31 food items, predominantly pork, chicken, fish, noodle dishes, and preserved foods, as well as 11 snack items. The vegetable-fruit-soy patt...

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Can Now Be Used For Mind Reading

...o remember that your keys are next to the sink. We refer to this phenomenon as 'bootstrapping.'” This occurs in a region of the brain called hippocampus. This region of the brain helps in the sorting of memory bins, and helps the brain revisit the state at the time of the initial experience. The inabilit...

How Healthy Are Herbal Products? US Findings.

...y been using the products are asked to immediately refer their General Physician. The shop keepers were asked to remove all the products that contained high amounts of lead and mercury from their shops and further information about the distributors of such products were also inquired. All steps are taken t...

Chemical Signaling Helps Regulate Sensory Map Formation In The Brain

... Chicago and author of the study. Neurobiologists refer to this type of neuronal connection where the spatial order of neurons of one part of the nervous system is `copied’ onto another—as "topographic mapping." The term describes the creation of a coordinated connection that allows positional information...

Nurse Practitioners Are Not Recognized By Medicare

...them for minor problems,// prescribe them drugs or refer them to a specialist. A lot of such health care workers are to be seen in action in the US and UK, but their role in Australia is not well recognized. Statistics reveal that there are about 100 nurse practitioners in this country out of which two-t...

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