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Oracle Corp. to help build world's first "Digital Hospital"

... 125 million U.S. dollars.The project will be fast tracked and hopefully completed by 2003. From the moment a patient registers at the hospital, every blood test and MRI will be recorded in a central patient record, and pharmacy visits will be tracked. All charting will be done at the patient's bedside, "get...

Be happy: live long

...ial Psychology. Since 1986, Snowdon has carefully tracked participants in the study, who all are members of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. All 678 agreed to annual cognitive and physical assessments, blood tests and the donation of their brains to the research team upon death. The study has produced evi...

Say "no" to x-rays

... pain can appear to worsen the outcome. The study tracked two groups of patients - 421 in all - who had had lower back pain for over six weeks. One group was given radiography, the other was not. Researchers found that after three months, patients who had initially received the radiography did not receive ...

Babies of the deaf communicate

...language. The babies were videotaped and computers tracked the babies' hand movements. According to him, if language is acquired simply by a motor for children to master control over their lips and tongue, then all the babies should have had hand motions that are similar. However, if babies are sensitive to...

Watching television for long hours could lead to agressiveness

...the New York State Psychiatric Institute. His team tracked more than 700 children through adolescence to adulthood. They found that those who had watched one or more hours of television a day appeared much more likely to get into fights or behave aggressively towards other people later in life. Only 5.7% of...

Babies of the deaf communicate

...language. The babies were videotaped and computers tracked the babies' hand movements. According to him, if language is acquired simply by a motor for children to master control over their lips and tongue, then all the babies should have had hand motions that are similar. However, if babies are sensitive to...

Caffeine fights Gallstones

... weight loss ran a higher risk. 80,900 women were tracked over a period of two decades to compare their coffee consumption to whether they had their gall bladder removed. Researchers found 7,815 women had their gallbladders removed. The study also suggested that coffeee drinkers had a 25% lesser chance of g...

Wine drinkers may have reasons to cheer

...uld be developed from these substances. The study tracked the drinking pattern of 1700 people in Copenhagen in the 1970s and then assessed them in the 1990s when they were 65 years or more. Over the two decades about 80 of the subjects had developed dementia. However, researchers add that drinking wine ever...

Common Plant Triggers Asthma

...5 to 1998 in Madrid. During this time, researchers tracked all hospital admissions for respiratory illnesses. They also collected data on pollen levels from trees and plants from 10 monitoring stations and information on air pollutants, temperature and humidity levels.// They compared this data with the hosp...

Drug Effective for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

...olution each day for up to six months. Researchers tracked each patient’s progress to see if the foot ulcer healed or if the patient ended up needing their foot amputated. Researchers report the patients on dalteparin fared much better than the patients receiving the saline solution. Specifically, 29 patien...

The Best Way To Get Your Childs Attention

...d more television as babies and toddlers.The study tracked the number of hours kids watched television at ages 1 and 3. On average, 1-year-olds watched about two hours of television a day. Three-year-olds watched about three and a half hours a week. By age 7, about 10 percent of the whole group had been dia...

Dietary Changes Could Reduce The Risk for Stroke

...ir diet every few years for 14 years. Researchers tracked how many of the women had a stroke and then compared their diets. They rated the women’s diets based on if they ate more of a Western diet or a prudent diet. During the follow-up, 791 women in the study had had a stroke. It was found that women who ...

Circadian Rhythm Could Determine Lung Function

...examined. Results from the five-year study, which tracked 4,835 patients undergoing breathing tests at various times of the day, showed lung function was at its lowest at 12:00 p.m. and at its best between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. According to researchers, these results help determine the best times to exer...

The Link Between High-dose Steroid Use And Heart Disease Questioned

...ot use steroids were evaluated . The patients were tracked for one to five years. Researchers defined high steroid use as more than 7.5 milligrams of oral, inhaled, topical, rectal and nasal steroids daily. Results showed patients who used high-dose steroids had 2.5-times the risk of developing cardiovascul...

Diabetics Found To Be At An Increased Risk Of Developing Cancer

...re than 1 million Korean patients for 10 years and tracked new cancer // cases and deaths caused by cancer. Study results showed patients with diabetes and those without diabetes but with higher fasting blood sugar levels were more likely to develop cancer or die from cancer. The group with the highest fasti...

Ibuprofen to lower risk of Parkinson’s diseas

...r the risk of Parkinson’s disease. The study had tracked participants who took daily one ibuprofen tablet, men and women, for over the period of 8.5 yrs. These people seemed to have a 38% less chance of having Parkinson’s disease than the people who did not take the drug. There were no such association fo...

Strain in marriage may increase chance of heart disease for women

...art conditions of the spouses. The researchers had tracked the life of the participants for ten years to find out their results. Researchers have found out that traditional measures of marital happiness, satisfaction and agreements, or their lack in married situations did not much affect the cardiovascular...

Adult bone health is dependent on lifestyle we live

...dition because of our lifestyles. Researchers had tracked the health of 389 people since their birth in 1947. All aspects of their fetal health, childhood actors that may seem to be related to adult health risks like obesity heart disease and cancer, were recorded. On reaching adulthood he subjects were ask...

Revolutionary Simple Pregnancy Blood Test Can Save Both Mother And Child

...d Librach. Scientists now believe that they have tracked down the cause of the disease and found this to be a molecule secreted by the placenta. The molecule is called ‘HLA-G molecule ‘ and is a protective substance that helps in preventing the mother's body to reject the unborn child. Prof Shennan, a Pr...

Umbilical Cord Blood Could Predict Childhood Allergies

...earchers according to a new study . // The study tracked 1,300 children born between 1989 and 1990 who had a sample of their cord blood serum taken at birth to measure IgE levels, which is an immune system response showing a sensitization to certain allergens.The children were assessed at ages 1, 2, 4 and ...

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