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FDA Approves New surgery Treatment for Farsightedness

...nts normally experience some eye irritation, which resolves within 24 to 48 hours. Most of the patients have been followed for 2 years, and they have expressed overwhelming satisfaction with the procedure....

Burning Mouth Syndrome Is Treatable

...r changes in diet and fungal infections if present resolves the condition, otherwise antidepressants or other medications could also be usd....

Patients Undergoing Breast Radiation Are Facing Complications

... is not infrequent after surgery, but it typically resolves itself within a few weeks. However, with these patients, the seroma didn’t resolve,' said Suzanne B. Evans, M.D., M.P.H., lead author of the study and a radiation oncology resident at Tufts-New England Medical Center. 'We look forward to other studie...

Brachytherapy For Breast Cancer Can Be Risky

... is not infrequent after surgery, but it typically resolves itself within a few weeks. However, with these patients, the seroma didn’t resolve,' said Suzanne B. Evans, M.D., M.P.H., lead author of the study and a radiation oncology resident at Tufts-New England Medical Center. 'We look forward to other studie...

Anti-Glycolytic Therapy Proved to be Effective Against Tumors

...er metabolism more generally, is the way the study resolves a long-standing debate about how and why cells switch to glycolysis in the first place. Warburg speculated that cancer cells change over to glycolysis, which occurs in the cytoplasm, because the mitochondria, where oxygen-dependent ATP synthesis occu...

Community-associated MRSA: Most Common Cause Of Skin Infection

... having the infection drained and keeping it clean resolves the problem. But when antibiotics are needed, it's important to prescribe an effective medication. Sometimes these infections may require hospitalization and, in rare cases, may even be life-threatening. 'It's important for us to identify and prope...

Allergy Drugs More Harmful Than Helpful for Chronic Ear Inflammation

...for a condition that in the vast majority of cases resolves on its own. The 2004 American Academy of Pediatrics guideline for OME, for which Rosenfeld was co-chairman, recommended against the use of antihistamines and decongestants for OME based on the preponderance of harm over benefit. A 1994 guideline al...

Majority Of Doctors Tend To Ignore Milk Allergy Cases In Babies

...ed 'Although cows' milk allergy often improves or resolves over time, it causes small babies and their families a great deal of distress. 'Hence the need for early diagnosis and appropriate treatment.' The need now is to provide better information about the allergy so as to make it easier to diagnose milk p...

China Takes a Progressive Step Towards AIDS Prevention

...ducation of the HIV affected. Further, the program resolves to eliminate bias against people with HIV/AIDS in the workplace. Richard Howard, an ILO official and the program's chief technical adviser, said, "We will motivate enterprises that employ a large number of rural migrant workers to join our progra...

Researchers Find Link Between Sleep Disorder and Dementia

... is due to untreated sleep apnea and the condition resolves with regular sleep apnea treatment, by the use of a CPAP breathing machine. In those cases, the cause is sleep apnea. "This association may provide one of the earliest indicators thus far of eventual dementia or parkinsonism. While some patients d...

Stroke Risk Nearly Doubles for Siblings of People Who Have Had a Stroke

...tack, often referred to as a "warning stroke" that resolves itself. Nearly 60 percent of those with strokes were Mexican American. The rest were non-Hispanic whites. All were between the ages of 45 and 65. According to the study, siblings of people who had a stroke face roughly double the risk of the averag...

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