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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Associated With Slow Wave Activity During Sleep

...good health and optimum performance. Persons who think they might have a sleep disorder are urged to consult with their primary care physician, who will refer them to a sleep specialist....

Women Unaware of When Breast Cancer Risk is Greatest

...ng after the age of 70 are two factors researchers think are contributing to the confusion over breast canc...uld be putting womens health in jeopardy. If women think they are at low risk they may delay going to their doctor with symptoms or even ignore an invitation...

Husband Cools His Heels in Jail After Kidnapping Wife from Hospital

...e to undergo an augmentation operation. He did not think it was necessary. He was also worried about the surgery itself. He went to the hospital to talk her out of having the operation. When she refused he reacted in the way he did." But what went against him was the use of brutal force and threats of k...

Capricious Climate in Indonesia Adds to Farmers Woe

...bal warming and the thinning of the ozone layer. I think that caused the shift of weather patterns on earth." Indonesia is facing the onslaught of rising sea levels and climatic change. Rather than it being pursued as an International issue, it should be taken up as priority by the decision makers, plann...

Gene Mutations Leave Caucasians Prone To Heart Diseases And Diabetes

...f the National Human Genome Research Institute: "I think this is a stunner."It seems like this one place carries all of that weight for two very common and very dangerous diseases." In both studies a cutting edge technology for the search and discovery of disease causing genes, known as the genome-wide a...

The DNA That Spells Double Risk of Heart Attack

...exercise and diabetes. The worst thing would be to think 'I haven't got this, so I'm safe', or 'I've got this, so I'm doomed'. The effect of smoking is double the effect of having this gene. If you smoke and are overweight and don't take enough exercise that swamps the effect of your genes. Whatever our ...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

...nsive and hazardous products and procedures should think again. Dyeing your hair or getting a facelift might help you find a job at midlife, but if your employer has decided to cut back on expensive employees no "rejuvenating" technique will prevail. The cult of youth has grown more vicious in response...

Suit Filed Against Horrors of Psychiatric Ward in New York Hospital

...an conditions in the worst facilities that you can think of," said Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union, which is representing the plaintiff. However, in a statement, Alan Aviles, president of the city's Health and Hospitals Corp., said the claims are irresponsible an...

Scientists Discover Rare gene-for-gene Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Host

...the University of Bath. People studying diseases think that the kind of gene-for-gene interaction between pathogen and host that we have found is quite common, but actually rather few are known, which is why this research is so interesting. The immune systems of all animals, even relatively simple ones...

Major Mental Disorders Cut Life Span by Ten to Fifteen Years

...fter all that struggle, it's particularly cruel to think that you would die young."...

Researchers To Test Whether ADHD Medication Helps Young Adults While Driving

...l receive MPH administered through a patch. "We think that the drivers will perform better on the MPH patch than without the medication, even in light of real world situations," Cox said. "This information will help young ADHD drivers decide what approach may be best."...

Republican Presidential Candidates Discuss Abortion, Stem Cells as Part of First Debate

...structionist judge viewed it as a precedent, and I think a judge has to make that decision." Giuliani also said that he supported public financing of abortion for poor women in New York state but added that "people can come to a different decision." Romney discussed his shift from supporting abortion ri...

Cancer Risk High Among Obese People

...cil member David Hill said most people do not even think about weight as an issue when it comes to cancer....

Premature Birth Linked With Increased Use of Pesticides

...number of birth defects, and preterm births, and I think we need to face up to environmental causes," said Dr Winchester, who is also director of Newborn Intensive Care Services at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis. "Preterm births in the United States vary month to month in a recurrent and seasonal m...

Bioparasite Envisioned To Control Terror Of Fire Ants

...e was quoted: Certainly, we are excited about it.I think the virus has great potential. No question about i...lieved the pests' visibility would be increased."I think those fire ants are waking up," says Bart Drees, an entomologist with the Texas Cooperative Extensio...

Aging Gracefully, With a Chronic Disease

...esnt flex and neuropathies in my legs, she says. I think its difficult when someone has a long-term disease to separate what happens as the body ages from what happens when you have a disease for a very long time. RA is debilitating for some patients as they age, so it is especially important for people ...

Residues Go Merrily Down the Stream in Portland

...ream as you row merrily down the Portland streams, think again. Scientists delved into the streams around Portland as part of the national effort to narrow down on the main pollutants and its source in the water systems. This exercise by scientists found residues of medicines and coffee sediments in the...

Diabetes Drug Dramatically Boosts Potency of Platinum Chemotherapy

...every animal model of cancer weve looked at, and I think theres a fair chance it will help people." Dana-Farber researchers are already drawing up plans for initial clinical trials, which could begin sometime this year. "We really see a way forward here to improve the chemotherapy's effectiveness for m...

Hepatitis C Carries Another Risk-Cancer Of The Immune System

...help researchers, and they may alert physicians to think of the possibility of lymphoma in their hepatitis C patients....

Experts Stress Need for Follow-up Evaluation of Children Who Fail Hearing Loss Screening

...f the Department of Health and Human Services. "We think we're getting better, but there's still a huge problem here." One problem is a shortage of audiologists who do diagnostic tests on babies, White says. Reimbursement rates are the same whether the patient is an adult or an infant, he says, even thou...

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