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Treatment of Premature Babies, Opossums Could Help

...oming down with infections,' Dr Belov said. 'We think that having this basic information about the genome will really help us to expand the field into these new areas.' The researchers are also working to compile the genome sequence of other marsupials, such as the platypus and the tama wallaby, which...

Studies Reveal Inappropriate Use Of Drug-Coated Stents

...ot of evidence and doctors should explain why they think a drug-coated stent's benefits might outweigh its risks. Says Harrington:' Doctors need to say, yes, we know that when we use these devices off label, there is a higher risk.'The doctor should say, 'Here is how I interpret the evidence available, a...

Nexus Between Psychiatrists and Drug Firms Dangerous, Say Critics

... instead of the generics," Dr. Sharfstein said. "I think it's the marketing." It is illegal for drug makers to pay doctors directly to prescribe specific products. Federal rules also bar manufacturers from promoting unapproved, or off-label, uses for drugs. But doctors are free to prescribe as they see ...

Younger Women At Risk Of Heart Disease

...ation stresses. "Women in this age group may not think they're really at risk, because we mostly hear about older women," says study author Judith Lichtman, an assistant professor of epidemiology and public health at Yale University School of Medicine. "But while it's a relatively smaller group, it's not...

Aspirin can Prevent Bowel Cancer, Says UK Study

... their colon cancer risk. "In that situation, I think taking aspirin daily would be worthwhile." Dr Andrew Chan, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, writing in the Lancet, said the findings were "convincing evidence" that aspirin can reduce the incidence of bowel cancer. But he added: "...

UCLA Researchers Discover Link Between Parkinsons and Narcolepsy

...ow a team of UCLA and Veterans Affairs researchers think they know why the two disorders share something in common: Parkinson's disease patients have severe damage to the same small group of neurons whose loss causes narcolepsy. The findings suggest a different clinical course of treatment for people suff...

Man Keeps Wife and Sons in Maggot-infested House

...s Detective Scott Thompson said Thursday. 'I don't think we'll ever really determine how it happened - how you get to live like that. I think he got so wrapped up in drugs and wanting to control everything, nothing else mattered.' The young...

Estrogen is Important for Bone Health in Men as Well as Women

...ease their osteoporosis risk. "Most people don't think about estrogen in men, but men actually have somewhat more estrogen on average than do postmenopausal women," says Reina Armamento-Villareal, M.D., assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases and a bone specialist at ...

'Cocaine' Turns 'Censored' and Remains 'energy Drink'

... any cocaine in it. No one thinks that it does. We think it is most likely legal in the United States to ship our product." He noted that even though the the FDA did not order the company to stop marketing the drink, officials were concerned about possible legal action. "What we would like to do is...

Warrior Culture in Los Angeles Police Force

...They give these gung-ho I-can-do-whatever guys who think they can get away with it, many groups have noted and demanded a continuing psychological counseling for police personnel all over the country. But their demands have been in vain....

The Forgotten Indian Medical Genius

...er of the Indian scientist. "He was the first to think and work on these lines. He deserves a place among the top scientists of the country. The government should institute an award in his name for biochemistry research," Bhatnagar told IANS. The Films Division of India is making a film on the research...

Cancer Patients Turn Their Backs on Canadian Health Minister

...grandchildren just to stay alive?'' he asked. "I think that is most unfair." What next the helpless patients could do to impress upon the government to be more caring, one can only wait and see....

Outrage Against Gay PartnersInCrime Kept Together

...he thinking and wishes of the general public. "I think parents will be absolutely disgusted that this cou... them apart if they got their hands on them - as I think many West Australians would. "But they should not be allowed to spend any time together. They wor...

Furious Reaction to insensitive Caption of the Picture of Abandoned Baby Girl

...allows a headline like that to be written. I don't think there's any excuse," Mr Kennett said. But conser...ograph and instinctively, the first thing that you think of the first thing you say, or I would argue most people say, not to drift off into some kind of aca...

Extremist Christian Preacher Dies of Heart Problems

... believe that homosexuality is moral perversion. I think it is a violation of the laws of nature, as well as the laws of God, he once said. Even President George Bush was embarrassed when Falwell famously said in the wake of September 11, the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays ...

Talking With Families may Help Prevent Childhood Obesity

...ived motivational interviewing said it helped them think about changing their family's eating habits. And at a follow-up six months later, the average body mass of participants who received motivational interviewing had decreased by 2.6 points on the body mass index scale. There was a decrease of 0.6 point...

Researchers Identify Immune Dysfunction in Melanoma Patients

...he development of vaccines to treat cancers. "We think this is a dominant way that immune dysfunction occurs in people with cancer," said senior author Peter Lee, MD, associate professor of medicine. Lee was interested in melanoma rather than other forms of cancer in part because of the deadly nature o...

Gene Thought to Help Kill Cancer Cells may Actually Help Them Thrive

... cells, that may lead to cancer recurrence. "We think p53 may actually help some cancer cells make a comeback, he said. "Based on our results, we propose that p53 may help repair some of the cancer cells damaged by chemotherapy leading to tumor recurrence and explaining the higher mortality rate of pati...

Tony Abbott Confident Of Australias Vote For Performance Not Promise

... and Julia Gillard, Abbott was quoted. But I don't think that's likely to happen with the current shadow." ...dental crisis," Ms Roxon was reported saying. "I think Mr. Abbott should concentrate more on his portfolio rather than worrying about attacking us", she ad...

Pregnancy Becomes Safe for Some Women Who Take Low-dose of Aspirin Daily

...iversity of Sydney in Australia and colleagues now think that aspirin might benefit only a small subset of women, such as those who suffered pre-eclampsia during previous pregnancies. Pre-eclampsia is characterized by an increase in blood pressure and excessive amounts of protein in the mother's urine, ...

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