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Too Much Texting Can Spell Neck, Arm Pain

Hunching over, using one thumb increases the risk, study shows MONDAY, July 6 (HealthDay News) -- Beyond the already well-known "BlackBerry thumb," avid texting may also cause pain to the hand, arm and neck, new research shows. But there may be ways to avoid this discomfort, the stu...

Attention Problems in Kindergarten Could Spell Long-Term Academic Trouble

They have bigger impact than issues such as depression, anxiety, study finds TUESDAY, May 26 (HealthDay News) -- Children with attention problems in kindergarten often struggle academically right through high school, a new study suggests. The study, led by Joshua Breslau of the Uni...

Cold Weather Could Spell Bad News for Older Residents in Illinois

AARP Encourages Friends, Family, Neighbors to Help Older Neighbors & Launches New Initiative to Help Keep Heating Costs Down CHICAGO, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With cold weather hitting Illinois, AARP is reminding friends, family and neighbors to watch out for the well-bei...

Too Much Sun, Too Few Antioxidants Spell Eye Trouble

The combination contributes to age-related macular degeneration, study finds TUESDAY, Oct. 14 (HealthDay News) -- If you're planning to retire to Florida or Arizona for health reasons, be sure to pack your sunglasses. That's the message from a new study that found that older people...

Abnormal Sleep Patterns in Older Men Spell Trouble

Study found those who were outside the norm faced higher mortality rate THURSDAY, June 12 (HealthDay News) -- A new study suggests that older men with abnormal sleeping patterns may face a higher risk of death. The findings aren't conclusive, and they don't indicate why unusual slee...

Low Levels of Vitamin D Spell Trouble for Breast Cancer Patients

Study found women with deficiency were more likely to suffer recurrence, die from disease FRIDAY, May 16 (HealthDay News) -- Women with breast cancer who have a vitamin D deficiency at the time of diagnosis are more likely to have a recurrence or to die from their disease, a new study ...

Caffeine Could Spell Trouble for Diabetics

Consuming equivalent of 4 cups a day led to spikes in blood sugar levels MONDAY, Jan. 28 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests the caffeine in those daily cups of java might spell blood sugar trouble for diabetics. In a small group of 10 diabetics, glucose levels rose by 8 perce...

Americans Want - But Can't Spell - Nose Bidet

MILWAUKEE, Dec. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans might not be able to spell it, but they are making sure it's in their medicine cabinets this winter. "It" is the nose bidet (no not beday, bedae, or baday) and is more commonly known as the neti pot. In fact, the New York Times recently listed the t...

Teenage Drinking Can Spell Lasting Trouble

The earlier kids abuse alcohol, the more likely it is to persist, experts say,, FRIDAY, Sept. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Parents sometimes look upon teen drinking as a harmless rite of passage. But new research suggests it has a darker side, one that can last a lifetime. "Not only are p...

Weight Gain May Spell Trouble for Heart Failure Patients

It typically precedes their hospitalization, study finds TUESDAY, Sept. 11 (HealthDay News) -- Short-term weight gain can signal worsening outcomes for heart failure patients, a new study shows. Patients who gain as little as two pounds over the course of a few weeks may require hospitalizati...

Weigh Gain May Spell Trouble for Heart Failure Patients

It typically precedes their hospitalization, study finds TUESDAY, Sept. 11 (HealthDay News) -- Short-term weight gain can signal worsening outcomes for heart failure patients, a new study shows. Patients who gain as little as two pounds over the course of a few weeks may require hospitalizati...

Holiday Gluttony Can Spell Disaster for Undiagnosed Diabetics

Hearty feasts and couch-potato marathons are holiday traditions, but UT Southwestern Medical Center experts warn that packing on pounds //and not exercising could be deadly for the 6 million Americans who have diabetes and don’t even know it. Diabetes, a metabolic disorder linked with obesity,...

Sex Spell Lasts Two Years Graduating To 'Cuddles' Companionship

Simmering sexual passion and chemistry between new partners wanes anywhere between one to two years of togetherness, replaced by a desire for companionship, according to novel // research in Sexual health. Scientists from Italy have now been able to place a finger on probable reasons for the waxin...

Fireworks can spell death for asthmatic children

With many festivals round the corner its boom time for fireworks. We can never imagine diwali without fireworks. Pongal or karthigai also have their share of fireworks. Then of course the usual rigmarole of India – Pakistan cricket matches where even cricket stadia aren’t exempted from fireworks. L...

Celiac Disease Provides Clues To Solving Autoimmunity

... following the recommended rotation diet, her symptoms immediately began to subside. Before long, she realized it had been over a month since her last spell of symptoms. According to her husband, "It was like being married to someone else's wife." Fasano, Alessio (2009, July 27). Celiac Disease Insi...

Young Ballerinas May Face Heart, Bone Risks

... Too few calories, too much exertion can spell danger, study warns MONDAY, June 1 (HealthDay News) -- Young ballerinas who stop menstruating because they don't eat enough to cover their...

Americans Skimp on Healthy Activities in Bad Economy

...o make changes in the next six months that may impact their health, such as buying fewer fruits and vegetables. Results of the study spell trouble for Americans' overall well-being and heart health in particular, said Timothy Gardner, M.D., President of the American Heart Association. ...

Protein Might Be a Troublesome Nutrient

...il 7 (HealthDay News) -- You may want to put down that protein shake -- at least if you're a rat. New research suggests that diets high in protein spell trouble for rats that already eat a lot of fat: It's easier for them to develop a risk factor for diabetes. The findings might mean nothing for hu...

Plain-Language Guides Detail Insulin Treatments

... of therapies for both doctors and patients THURSDAY, April 2 (HealthDay News) -- New "plain language" guides from the federal government spell out the differences between available treatments for type 2 diabetes for patients and doctors alike. The guides, produced by the Agency for Healthc...

GUMC researcher creates first Web-interactive CME course for physicians on pharmaceutical marketing

...mpanies make brand names of drugs easier to remember. "Pharmaceutical companies prefer generic names that are difficult to remember, pronounce, and spell to encourage the use of the brand name," says Tony Scialli, MD, adjunct professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at GUMC, and a member of PharmedOut. ...

Statement of Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis on COBRA subsidy under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

...subsidy for continuation of health coverage under private, state and federal programs. The model notices we are releasing enable employers to quickly spell out for former employees and their families how to take advantage of COBRA coverage and the subsidy. "This administration is committed to putting...

Singapore Premier Women's Hospital Offers Contactless Surgery for Uterine Fibroids

...are less than 10cm in size. Conventionally, the removal of such fibroids will require either keyhole or open surgery, which will mean having to stay a spell in hospital. Patients undergoing this procedure would only feel some heat and may experience slight cramps in the abdomen, but there is usually li...

Work May Not Be Best for Young Kids

... Study suggests jobs such as baby-sitting, lawn mowing could spell trouble WEDNESDAY, Feb. 25 (HealthDay News) -- A new study suggests it's possible that too much work might turn a youngster into a juvenil...

What if New Mexico doesn't address climate change?

...port. Per-household costs -- $3,430 for 2020, $5,410 for 2040 and $12,000 for 2080 -- are based on projected population growth and were computed to spell out the cost of inaction on a personal level, not as a recommendation of actual cost-sharing. The totals for the three years translate to 8 percent of...

What if Oregonians decline to address climate change?

... triple by 2080 if insufficient action is taken to reduce emissions. Per-household costs are based on projected population growth and were computed to spell out the cost of inaction on a personal level, not as a recommendation of cost-sharing. Based on the conclusions of three recent international repor...

'Wired' Hospitals Post Lower Death, Complication Rates

...mous adjunct service [to physicians and other health-care professionals] when taking care of patients." Some of the components can act as a sort of spell check for doctors, for example, alerting physicians to changes in a patient's vitals, or noting a medication discrepancy. It can also improve communic...

This February Discovery en Espanol Delves Into The Subconscious World of Attraction in 'Science of Sex Appeal'

...try that drives them. Serial killers are certainly not a new phenomenon, but what happens in the mind of the "average" person when they fall under the spell of a sadistic predator? Deadly pairings and killer couples are legendary but what truly drives them? Little is known about the chemistry between two ...

Survival Favors the Prepared

... can now deliver 21 years worth of experience more efficiently and cost effectively than ever before." One missed step in today's climate could spell disaster. No company can afford to head into product development without first planning for everything. Worrying about things later is not an option. ...

FDA Faults Drug Information for Consumers

... understand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday. In a new report, the FDA said the "consumer medication information" -- intended to spell out the proper use and risks of drugs -- failed to meet a Congressionally mandated goal that 95 percent of all new prescriptions be accompanied by use...

The 2009 Leibniz Prize: Eleven new scientific discoverers

... to obtain his doctorate after having studied chemistry as an undergraduate there, and where he also qualified as a university lecturer after a brief spell as a postdoctoral researcher in Brighton and finally worked as a senior research associate. He left Aachen to take up a post as a senior lecturer and...

Drug to Prevent Preterm Labor Shows Little Benefit

... widely used to prevent premature birth when women go into early labor is no more effective than a placebo at maintaining pregnancy, after the initial spell of preterm labor is stopped. So say U.S. researchers who conducted the first ever placebo-controlled test of nifedipine and its effect on prematur...

Researchers identify toehold for HIV's assault on brain

...ular action that underlies HIV's attack on the brain also occurs in other diseases, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, and that the results spell progress for those conditions as well. The team from the University of Rochester Medical Center and other institutions published its results online...

FDA Proposes Regulations for Genetically Engineered Animals

...red animals. These guidelines lay out the agency's position on its authority to regulate the burgeoning industry of genetically engineered animals and spell out requirements and recommendations to producers of these animals. "Genetic engineering is no longer a new technology. It has been widely used in...

New method to overcome multiple drug resistant diseases developed by Stanford researchers

... is inside the cell, the glutathione can get to work hacking away at the sulphur bonds, and in the process, unwittingly release the compound that will spell its doom. Because glutathione is relatively scarce outside of cells, the arginine transporter is effectively inert in that environment, so there ar...

Food Allergens Show Up in Unexpected Places

... Street vendors, fairs replacing trans fats with peanut oil -- all can spell trouble SUNDAY, July 6 (HealthDay News) -- While it may be hard to resist the sight and smell of food at summer festivals and fairs, peopl...

How defects in 1 gene cause 3 distinct and devastating human diseases

...undamental genes with humans. For reasons that had remained rather mysterious until now, point mutations in human XPDsometimes at neighboring sitescan spell the difference between cancer-prone xeroderma pigmentosa, the aging disorder known as Cockayne syndrome and another aging disorder called trichothiody...

FDLI Publishes Comprehensive Handbook on Pharmaceutical Risk Management

...uidance for industry on pre-marketing risk assessment. "Knowing how to design, execute and evaluate a risk management and communications program can spell the difference between drug approval and approval delay," says co-editor Wayne L. Pines, President, Regulatory Services and Healthcare, APCO Worldwide...

Cancer Patients Should Steer Clear of Antioxidants

...plements with high levels of antioxidants. Although multivitamins may be all right in some cases, even green tea and vitamin A or E supplements can spell trouble, said review author Dr. Brian Lawenda, clinical director of radiation oncology at Naval Medical Center in San Diego. The supplements "may d...

Minneapolis Tops List of Heart-Friendly Cities for Women

... But the list, released Monday by the American Heart Association, also found the 10 metropolitan areas -- mostly in the South and the Midwest -- that spell trouble, with Nashville, Tenn., St. Louis and Detroit deemed the least friendly major cities for women's heart health. "It's fair to say that if y...

Minneapolis Tops List of Heart-Healthy Cities for Women

... But the list, released Monday by the American Heart Association, also found the 10 metropolitan areas -- mostly in the South and the Midwest -- that spell trouble, with Nashville, Tenn., St. Louis and Detroit deemed the least friendly major cities for women's heart health. "It's fair to say that if y...
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