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Virus Level could Predict Cervical Cancer Risk

...e that women with low levels of the virus could be safely monitored by regular repeat testing, rather than being referred directly to a gynecologist,'...

Pancreatitis: Minimially Invasive Procedure Offers Long-Term Pain Relief

Many more patients with chronic pancreatitis can safely turn to a minimally invasive operation for long-term pain relief, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins University physicians. Endoscopic therapy is an effective alternative to more invasive surgery or drugs, says Anthony N. Kalloo, MD, directo...

Debate Rages over firing of HIV infected health care workers

...valuated based on his ability to practice well and safely rather than based on stereotypes or inflated concerns or irrational fears," Scarborough said. Among those supporting Waddell is Dr. Donald Marianos of Northern Arizona University, a participant in the development of the US Centers for Disease Control...

HIV infected patients can travel safely abroad

...now being accepted that HIV afflicted patients can safely travel abroad after informing their physicians and after taking a few precautions. This way they can start living a near normal life and initiate a process of getting on with their lives. However before traveling they need to make sure that they do...

No harm in reducing prenatal check up to 3 - 6 times says WHO report

...egnancies, who live in the developing nations, can safely cut down their vists to the doctor during pregnancy to 3 - 6 times during pregnancy instead of the prescribed 8 - 11 visits as in the developed nations. However, these women are not more at risk than women who had more prenatal visits to have a low ...

Gene Therapy shows promise in treating Hemophilia

...icine that an experimental Gene Therapy method has safely introduced new genes into six men suffering from hemophilia. This method shows signs of helping these men fight the disease by producing the blood clotting protein they lack. None of the patients suffers side effects even after one year of the trea...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...uld potentially benefit from a treatment which can safely create new blood vessels to supply specific areas with oxygen....

Blood Pressure Drug may slow wasting in burn victims

...nd boosts recovery. But he believes the drug could safely slow hypermetabolism in thousands of patients, including many with crush and broken bone injuries from falls or car wrecks....

Lancing tumours into the body

...ys that Ishiyama’s prototypes might be too long to safely navigate some of the tighter turns in blood vessels.While Ishiyama concedes that his swimming machines won’t replace standard tools such as catheters for medical operations any time soon, he thinks that nanobots even smaller than this could have a di...

Fluoride proves effective against fractures

...combination with calcium citrate and vitamin D can safely reduce the risk of fractures and increase spinal b... Our study showed that this combination of therapy safely reduces the risk for fractures by stimulating new bone formation by fluoride-mediated increased oste...

Hyperactivity Drug Can Be Added to Food

...ntion-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be safely taken in powder form without compromising any of its beneficial effects. According to researchers, Metadate, a once-daily treatment for ADHD, may be taken by sprinkling the contents of the capsule onto food.// And because the drug provides a day's w...

Pig cloning for organs

...ning pigs whose hearts, lungs and kidneys could be safely transplanted into humans. Such organs would save the lives of thousands of critically ill people who cannot get transplants because of the shortage of human organs.// Using the same cloning technique that created the sheep Dolly, scientists say they...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...uld potentially benefit from a treatment which can safely create new blood vessels to supply specific areas with oxygen....

Niacin Safe for Diabetics

... lipid abnormalities (dyslipidemia) may be able to safely reduce their risk for heart disease by taking low doses of extended-release niacin.// The finding runs counter to previous research, which showed niacin adversely affects blood sugar levels in diabetics. Certain studies,show that the researchers used...

Leech Therapy for Osteoarthritis

...discovery of a novel analgesic agent that could be safely administered without the need for a leech bite," he writes....

Drug Found Effective In Reducing Vertebral Fractures In Women

...sk of vertebral fractures rapidly, effectively and safely among postmenopausal women with osteoporosis....

Drugs Taken During Pregnancy Found To Affect Unborn Babies

...ffects, so most doctors believe these drugs can be safely prescribed for pregnant women. However, most of these studies have only compared major outcomes, such as physical growth and complications evident on the medical record. In a recent study researchers found that women who use a serotonin reuptake inh...

How Good Are Vitamins For You ?

... may be good for you. A new study shows instead of safely protecting the heart from disease, antioxidant vitamins, such as // E, C and beta carotene, could raise liver production of the “bad” form of cholesterol. Some studies have shown that vitamin E prevented the activation of the lipoprotein-breakdown p...

Fish Found To Improve Fetal Growth

...eir high levels of mercury. The FDA says women can safely eat up to 12 ounces of fish a week and still enjoy the healthy benefits of it. Some of the most commonly eaten fish that are low in mercury include shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon and catfish. ...

Laproscopic Surgery As Effective As Open Surgery

...ld apply the same standard operating techniques to safely remove cancer when they perform even the less invasive mode of surgery ....

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