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Your arteries on Wonder bread

Doctors have known for decades that foods like white bread and corn flakes aren't good for cardiac health. In a landmark study, new research from Tel Aviv University now shows exactly how these high carb foods increase the risk for heart problems. "Looking inside" the arteries of students eati...

Researchers gain new insight on wonder of cell division

Biologists have discovered a mechanism that is critical to cytokinesis -- nature's completion of mitosis, where a cell divides into two identical daughter cells. The researchers have opened a new window on the assembly and activity of a ring of actin and myosin filaments that contract to pinch ...

A Wonder Drug From Milk Thistle

Milk thistle is a flowering herb and is known for its complementary therapy. Silymarin, is a mixture made of the herb's active components. //It is believed to contain a number of active constituents called flavolignans, which protect the liver against poisoning. Hence,its wide use in the tre...

New wonder drug could treat blindness

Swiss drug maker Novartis has developed a drug that could treat blindness by combating the wet form of a condition called age-related// macular degeneration (AMD). AMD usually affects people above 60 years of age and the wet form progresses quickly and can cause blindness. The drug called ...

Britain Gets Wonder Drug That Busts Fats

A new drug that busts fats as well as tackle health problems like diabetes and smoking has been introduced in Britain//. The drug has been estimated to reduce bodyweight by up to 10 per cent. The drug Rimonabant, also called as Acomplia, has been said to be the first drug that targets the nat...

Save Budhia - The Indian Wonder Kid

Budhia Singh, the four and half year old kid from Orissa is winning many hearts and seems to be the darling child of the country//. The media is raving about his incredible stamina and predicting him to be a future sports star of India. Two days back Budhia ran a distance of 65 km, starting fro...

Cancer wonder drug will not be a slip between the cup and the lip!

Therapeutic goods administration has approved the miracle drug-Herceptin after declaring it safe and effective for the treatment of early stage HER-2 Breast cancer. // The approval binds Roche, the drug manufacturer to ensure that sufficient warnings are available on the packaging along with timely...

Daughter Turns Saviour: Ailing Mother Provided Wonder Drug Herceptin, To Fight Cancer

A woman with breast cancer found a savior in her daughter, who helped raise the life-saving sum of £47,000, so that the drug//, Herceptin could be made available for her to fight debilitating breast cancer. Shropshire Primary Care Trust had refused the cancer drug to Mrs. Morgan, of Whitchurc...

Femara: The Wonder Drug to Prevent Relapse of Breast Cancer.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved the drug Femara (letrozole) as drug for the treatment of patients suffering from breast cancer among post menopausal women//. Various studies have been done before the approval of the drug. The result of these studies was published in th...

Soy Not Such A Wonder For Health?

Latest research findings challenge the efficacy of soya in maintaining health. Although daily consumption of soy protein found in tofu and other soybean products may result in a small reduction in LDL. //In addition, isoflavones found in soy may reduce the frequency of hot flashes in post-menopa...

Lose Weight With New Wonder Slimming FDA approved Prescription Drug

There is a new wonder slimming FDA approved drug which can actually works. Not only that - it even lets you eat normally, all while you are slimming. This wonder slimming drug is XENICAL. Xenical allows about 30% of the fat eaten in a meal // to pass through the gut undigested. Your body cann...

Harvard Health Letter Special Section Features the Body's Unsung Marvels: The Feet

...steady base when we stand, serve as shock absorbers when we move, and help propel us forward -- and sometimes backward -- when we walk or run. It's no wonder that so many people develop foot-related problems. A special four-page section in the August 2009 Harvard Health Letter focuses on the feet a...

RetireSafe Blasts AARP for Supporting Plan to Pay for Health Care on the Backs of Seniors

...care reform could mean to them, and AARP is doing a great job of keeping it from them. As AARP is one of the biggest insurance hawkers in the U.S., we wonder what's in it for them?" The AARP-backed health care reform being discussed today in the tele-town hall meeting, would ration people's care and ...

Vietnam Veterans of America to VA: Don't Wait for Us to Die: Grant Association to Agent Orange Exposure for Parkinson's, Heart Disease, Hypertension

...ers, not only in his children but in his grandchildren as well," Rowan said. "We continue to get far too many calls from the children of veterans who wonder if their father's experiences in Vietnam -- and along the demilitarized zone in Korea in 1968 and 1969 -- has any connection with their health issues ...

Burner Balm Gets International Attention

... the same arena as the Burner Balm lip balm product line up. Lip gloss is for women, lip balm is for everyone and at $5.99 for each lip balm, it's no wonder Burner Balm is causing such a stir worldwide. You can find Burner Balm Lip balm at www.burnerbalm.com . ...

Emerging Woman Business Owner of the Year Winner Offers 5 Tips to New Women Business Owners

...rbara bought the business, there wasn't even a website, but now www.dentalpeople.net allows employees and customer's access 24/7. It's no wonder that in just 24 months, Dental People's revenues have soared to over $500,000 a year and they're expected to reach the million-dollar mark in 2009...

Menopause Is More Than A Hot Flash

.... "Some studies have shown that women can have upwards of a dozen moderate-to-severe hot flashes a day, with each one lasting a few minutes. It is no wonder symptomatic women report such an impact on their lives and relationships." Older women with partners are more likely to report feeling the im...

Will Government Health Care Make Us Sick? Health Expert Suggests 5 Shocking Flaws of Obamacare

...decision-makers on both sides of the aisle may be ignoring important research into this very subject, some of which is over 30 years old. Some critics wonder whether Obama's health care proposal contains flaws that will not only cost consumers more money, but cause patients to receive inadequate and unsatis...

Looking to Shape Up for Summer? The Solution May Be the Steps You're Already Taking

...d news - there's an easy way to shape up for summer that's accessible, affordable and can accommodate even the busiest of schedules - it's walking. No wonder it's the number one fitness activity(1) for adults. And with the simple addition of a few fitness goals and a pedometer, you have everything you need ...

Gold's Gym Debunks America's Most Common Fitness Myths

...nd fitness to help Americans maximize their gym experience. "There is so much conflicting information about how to get in shape that it's no wonder people can get confused," said Robert Reames, Personal Training and Obesity expert of the Gold's Gym Fitness Institute. "We want to give Americans th...

Freightquote.com Encourages Healthy Lifestyle, FreightFit Changes Lives

...t; and enjoy their down time. Freightquote encourages employees to work hard but take time to enjoy family, friends, and personal hobbies. It's no wonder Freightquote has remained particularly resilient during the recent economic downturn. Programs like FreightFit combined with a work hard/play hard cul...

Looking to Shape up for Summer? The Solution May be the Steps You're Already Taking

...d news - there's an easy way to shape up for summer that's accessible, affordable and can accommodate even the busiest of schedules - it's walking. No wonder it's the number one fitness activity(1) for adults. And with the simple addition of a few fitness goals and a pedometer, you have everything you need ...

AARP Launches Money-Saving Prescription Drug Resource

...art a conversation about safely switching prescriptions. "More than three million people fall into the gap each year, and millions more nervously wonder if they might fall in," said AARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond. "For the first time, people in Medicare have a simple way to learn if they'...

Global health funding soars, boosted by unprecedented private giving

...countries that receive the most health aid, including Angola, Ukraine and Thailand. "With no one tracking this massive growth in spending, it's no wonder that some countries receive far more than their neighbors for no immediately apparent reason," said Dr. Christopher Murray, professor of global health...

Jury Awards $5.45 Million to Bronx Man With A Misdiagnosed Staph Infection, New York Medical Malpractice Attorney David Perecman Comments

...o David Perecman. Even the medical malpractice attorneys that help families pursue their legal claims and win the high compensation they deserve wonder how this happens. New York medical malpractice attorneys also know, a medical misdiagnosis could happen to anyone. About David Perecman and The ...

Aethlon Medical Releases Shareholder Letter to Discuss the Treatment of Hepatitis-C Virus (HCV)

... the number of required injections. As a result, the value of HGSI shares was reduced by 57% the day the study data was released. I can't help but wonder how Albuferon might have performed in combination with our Hemopurifier(R)? Regardless, a drug candidate wishing to supplant SOC therapy in the marke...

Researchers Detect Blood-Clotting Mechanism

... Finding could help those with potentially deadly conditions THURSDAY, June 4 (HealthDay News) -- Ever wonder how your blood miraculously stops flowing and forms a scab after a cut? Researchers have now pinpointed the mechanism down to the molecular level. ...

Leading University Hospital Completes System-Wide Conversion to Masimo SET(R) Pulse Oximetry

...nical events earlier." "In the emergency department, there are many times when we don't have time to second-guess our pulse oximeter performance, wonder whether the measurements we are getting are accurate, or take excessive time to obtain a reading," said Frank DeMarco, RN, emergency department clinic...

Girl Falls 30 feet through a Skylight and New York Personal Injury Lawyer David Perecman is not Falling for Excuses

...e broken arm and leg suffered by the eight year old. A fall like this can be fatal. Mr. Perecman and other New York personal injury lawyers wonder why there was no railing around this skylight that was located next to a rooftop playgroup. "This fall highlights the need for building manag...

Americans Score Low on Healthy Lifestyle

...that Americans rely too much on drugs - not diet and exercise -- to lower blood pressure and cholesterol and prevent diabetes and heart disease. "I wonder if we have become a little bit of a 'take a pill' society," he said. "'Take a pill and I can eat what I want.' The fact is no pills are as potent and ...

The Byron Nelson: Championship Philosophy, Timeless Excellence

...MPX laser body sculpting, the DOT(R) Fractional skin resurfacing laser, and ArteFill(R) permanent dermal filler. With his level of experience, it's no wonder that many of the representatives of these companies, with all their available options, select Dr. Adelglass as their own cosmetic physician of choice....

State Fair Meadowlands Teams Up & Goes Trucking For Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

...g and bargain ticket nights. Free nightly entertainment includes The Marcan Tiger Show, Master Hypnotist Steve Bayner, Festival of Magic, and World of wonder - Palace of Illusion. Strolling musicians and costumed characters will also provide entertainment throughout the fairgrounds. Fairgoers won't wa...

Support Bristol's Highly Qualified Independent Nominees for Advocat Board

...ally Olson, maintains the current makeup of the Board is "appropriate" and that our nominees would not add any "interest or skills" to the Board. We wonder if Mr. Olson believes the Company's increased expenses, lower occupancy rates and lower Medicare mix that have occurred under this Board's watch is ap...

Q-Based Healthcare Warns: Hand Sanitizers Increase Risk of Swine Flu Exposure

...a real possibility for toxic exposure, whether it includes organic ingredients or not. With the word 'Pandemic' being tossed about daily it is no wonder people are taking precautions. Recent news reports indicate that retail stores are seeing a dangerous reduction in the inventory levels of hand saniti...

Sen. Carolyn Allen Calls for Patient Rights and Treatment Option Awareness

...at the University of Arizona , said that the idea for the brochure came from the types of calls to the Neuropathy Action Foundation from patients who wonder why they have to take a series of other drugs before they can take the one originally prescribed to them, to those who for whatever reason have been d...

New Botox(R) Alternative Dysport(TM) FDA Approved, Ready to Rumble

...M) MPX laser body sculpting, the DOT Fractional skin resurfacing laser, and ArteFill(R) permanent dermal filler. With his level of experience, it's no wonder that many of the representatives of these companies, with all their available options, select Dr. Adelglass as their own cosmetic physician of choice....

Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet Book by Sanford Siegal, D.O., M.D., Available May 22nd

... seems that every time I pick up a magazine or turn on the news, people are talking about how this or that celebrity is on Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet. I wonder if people realize that every generation going back a couple of hundred years has had its share of diets with famous followers. Fletcher's diet had no ...

Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet Book by Physician, Author, and Weight-Loss Expert Sanford Siegal, D.O., M.D., Available May 22nd

... seems that every time I pick up a magazine or turn on the news, people are talking about how this or that celebrity is on Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet. I wonder if people realize that every generation going back a couple of hundred years has had its share of diets with famous followers. Fletcher's diet had no ...

American Urological Association/Engineering & Urological Society 2009 -- news tips

... Department of Urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and her colleagues from the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging (BLSA) to wonder whether higher bone density was associated with an increased risk of developing prostate cancer. To investigate this idea, the team gathered data f...

Video: ADA 23rd New Dentist Conference: Making Waves in Miami

...this cultural paradise for some fun in the sun. Known for its award-winning beaches, whimsical architecture and exciting dining and nightlife, it's no wonder why Miami is the world's premier playground. And there is something for everyone, all within a short drive from the Hyatt Regency Miami -- from world-...
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