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Branded Surgery Is Not Always the "Quick Fix" it is Advertised To Be

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) Discusses Current Brand Name Surgical Procedures New York, NY (Vocus) July 16, 2009 -- Have you seen the commercial for in-office procedures that will make your face wrinkle-free or sculpt your stomach, with no down...

Meatless Burgers, Hot Dogs Not Always Full of Veggies

Read labels to select items with more vegetables, less sodium, experts say WEDNESDAY, July 8 (HealthDay News) -- Not all vegetarian burgers and hot dogs are alike. It seems that some, in fact, may not offer much at all in the way of vegetables. "Arguably, if food doesn't taste good...

Humans Weren't Always 'So Special,' Expert Says

Finding suggests that brain took millions of years to evolve THURSDAY, June 25 (HealthDay News) -- A 54-million-year-old skull has yielded the first detailed images of a primitive primate brain. The 1.5-inch-long skull was from an animal species called Ignacius graybullianus , part...

Bone Therapy May Not Always Need Monitoring

In older women, annual measurements are unnecessary, study finds WEDNESDAY, June 24 (HealthDay News) -- Monitoring bone density in older women after they've started taking drugs to prevent osteoporosis is unnecessary and could be potentially misleading, researchers say. In the study...

Pages to Doctors Don't Always Hit the Mark

Mistakes can cause treatment delays and jeopardize care, review suggests,,,, FRIDAY, June 19 (HealthDay News) -- Dr. Brian Wong, a physician and lecturer at the University of Toronto, was enjoying a rare Saturday off and not on call when his pager unexpectedly beeped. "I answered th...

Plaques, Tangles in Brain Don't Always Lead to Alzheimer's

Study raises questions about possible link WEDNESDAY, May 27 (HealthDay News) -- New British research provides more evidence that the bits of gunk in the brain known as plaques and tangles don't necessarily lead to Alzheimer's disease, as many experts have long believed. In fact, th...

In the Case of Epilepsy, Generic Drugs and Random Product Substitution are Not Always "Good Medicine"

Nisola LLC launches campaign for stricter regulatory approval requirements and continuity of product supply. New York, NY (PRWEB) May 27, 2009 -- A recent report released by Wolters Kluwer Health predicts that by the end of the year, nearly two-thirds of all drug prescr...

Youth and Driving Don't Always Mix Safely

Teens' opinions of their driving prowess pose risks on the road, experts say,, SATURDAY, May 23 (HealthDay News) -- Teen drivers are more likely than adults to crash their car, due to their youth and inexperience -- but don't try telling them that. Studies have found that teens have...

New Survey Shows Consumers Making Effort to Buy Healthy Foods But Buyer Beware: 'Zero' Isn't Always Zero

PARAMUS, N.J., May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Americans trying to eat healthier are looking to nutrition labels to help make better choices at the grocery store. But consumers who take those labels at face value may find they're not eating as healthy as they think. Nearly two-thirds of adu...

Equality of the sexes? Not always when it comes to biology

This release is available in French . Montreal, May 11, 2009 When it comes to immunity, men may not have been dealt an equal hand. The latest study by Dr. Maya Saleh, of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre and McGill University, shows that women have a more power...

Food Allergy Labeling Not Always Accurate

A small number of products contain allergens no matter what ingredients are listed, study finds MONDAY, March 16 (HealthDay News) -- A small number of food products with a "may contain" label actually do contain an allergen, while about 2 percent of foods products without such a clai...

Soil carbon storage is not always influenced by tillage practices

MADISON, WI, February 23, 2009--The practice of no-till has increased considerably during the past 20 yr. Soils under no-till usually host a more abundant and diverse biota and are less prone to erosion, water loss, and structural breakdown than tilled soils. Their organic matter content is also o...

Radiation From CT Scans Not Always the Same

Study finds wide variation in exposure, depending on several factors,, TUESDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) -- Exposure to radiation varies widely among people who undergo computed tomography (CT) scans, a new study has found. The study, published in the Feb. 4 issue of the Journal of ...

Preschool Lunch Doesn't Always Pack Nutritious Punch

Study finds meals from home often lack fruits, veggies, whole grains,,,, MONDAY, Jan. 19 (HealthDay News) -- When parents pack their preschoolers' lunches, they may be sacrificing nutrition by giving the children food they like. That's one of the conclusions of a new study in the Ja...

Angioplasty Not Always Worth the Price

Cost analysis finds procedure often doesn't bring enough benefit to offset expense WEDNESDAY, Nov. 12 (HealthDay News) -- The high cost of angioplasty may not justify the marginal benefit, a new study suggests. Researchers reporting at the American Heart Association's (AHA) annual s...

Speed Not Always of the Essence With Heart Cases in ER

Study found some low-risk patients can wait for tests MONDAY, Nov. 10 (HealthDay News) -- No one doubts the need to rush to the hospital if someone is having a heart attack or even chest pains, but do doctors and nurses need to keep rushing once the person has been admitted? New res...

While prevalent, sexual problems in women not always associated with distress

The largest such study ever published finds that, while about 40 percent of women surveyed report having sexual problems, only 12 percent indicate that those issues are a source of significant personal distress. The report led by a Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) physician appears in the Nov...

Research Reveals Why Tamoxifen Doesn't Always Work

Receptors on the surface of breast cancer cells may be the key, scientists say THURSDAY, Oct. 30 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have uncovered new clues to how breast cancer cells become resistant to the widely-used prevention and treatment drug tamoxifen. The findings, from a team ...

Study: Doctors not always sure when to treat BP in people with diabetes

ANN ARBOR, Mich. For people with diabetes, high blood pressure poses a special threat, multiplying their risk of heart attacks, strokes and kidney problems. But a new study finds that even when people with diabetes show up in their doctors office with a high blood pressure reading, theres onl...

Study: Doctors Not Always Sure When to Treat Blood Pressure in People With Diabetes

Even when pressure is high, uncertainty stems from ambiguous standards, competing demands and overlapping health problems, U-M/VA study finds ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For people with diabetes, high blood pressure poses a special threat, multiplying their risk of hea...

Health Woes Not Always to Blame for Chronic Cough

In many cases, treating an illness doesn't ease the problem, experts say FRIDAY, April 18 (HealthDay News) -- The widespread belief that chronic cough is only connected to other conditions is hampering the development of new treatments, according to a paper by U.K. researchers. It's...

A diagnosis of triple-negative breast cancer doesn't always mean cancer spread

Triple-negative breast cancers are a heterogeneous group and may not always be associated with lymph node spread, a new study shows. The study of 145 triple negative breast cancers (i.e, cancer which is estrogen receptor-negative, progesterone receptor-negative and HER2-negative) in 128 women f...

Normal Weight Doesn't Always Equal Healthy Weight

Many have high percentages of body fat, leaving them prone to heart disease, diabetes TUESDAY, April 1 (HealthDay News) -- Despite appearances to the contrary, more than half of normal-weight Americans have a high percentage of body fat. And, like their overweight contemporaries, this ...

A Child's Trip to the Hospital Doesn't Always Have to Involve Fear and Tears

Tips for Parents to Prepare Children for Hospital Visits From Child Life Specialists at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia In Celebration of National Child Life Week March 16th - 23rd PHILADELPHIA, March 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A child's trip to the hospital doesn't always ...

Early bird doesn't always get worm, UNC researcher finds

CHAPEL HILL Competing against older brothers and sisters can be tough work, as any youngest child will tell you. But new research from a biologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shows that when it comes to some birds, you should reserve any underdog sympathies for the first...

Study: highly involved patients don't always see better health outcomes

Patients who prefer to be highly involved in their treatment don't necessarily have better luck managing chronic health conditions, a new study suggests. A research team based at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Iowa City Health Care System and the University of Iowa surveyed 189 veterans with high bl...

Hot Flashes Not Always to Blame for Sleep Problems in Menopausal Women, Reports the Harvard Women's Health Watch

BOSTON, Feb. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hot flashes may be getting an unfair rap for disrupting women's sleep at midlife. Studies have often reported that sleep problems increase during the transition into menopause, reinforcing the idea that hot flashes are to blame. But even under cont...

Tonsillectomy Not Always Cost-Effective for Kids' Throat Woes

Close monitoring and treatment may often be the smarter choice, study suggests MONDAY, Nov. 19 (HealthDay News) -- In children with mild to moderate symptoms of throat infection, surgery to remove the tonsils is more expensive, but not necessarily more beneficial, compared to simply watching an...

Some Epilepsy Patients Not Always Aware of Seizures

That can lead to under-reporting when applying for driver's licenses, researchers suggest THURSDAY, Nov. 15 (HealthDay News) -- In patients with focal epilepsy, simply asking how often they have seizures doesn't provide a true count of their seizure frequency, German research suggests. Remind...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion Into the Granada Hills/Sherman Oaks, California Areas

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the Granada Hills/Sherman Oaks, California areas. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in Granada Hills/Sherma...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion Into Cleveland, Ohio

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into Cleveland, Ohio. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in Cleveland can now rely on Always Best Care Senior Ser...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion into Santa Barbara, California

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the Santa Barbara area. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in Santa Barbara can now rely on Always Best Car...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion Into San Diego, California

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the San Diego area. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in San Diego can now rely on Always Best Care Senior...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion into Colorado Springs, Colorado

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in Colorado Springs can now rely on...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion Into the Littleton/Denver, Colorado Area

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the Littleton/Denver, Colorado area. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in Littleton/Denver can now rely on...

Announcing Always Best Care Senior Services Expansion Into San Joaquin County, California

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Best Care Senior Services has expanded into the San Joaquin County, California area. America's premier In-Home Care, Assisted Living Placement Service, and Personal Response Company, is proud to announce seniors in San Joaquin County can now r...

Antibiotics Not Always Best Bet for Battling Childhood Ear Infections

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- With cold and flu season right around the corner, many new parents of infants and toddlers will soon be visiting their family pediatrician complaining of painful or recurring ear aches. In most cases, children suffering from ear infections are pr...

Consumer Reports' Analysis: Drugs for Nerve Pain, Fibromyalgia Effective, But Not Always Best

Caution Urged In Use of Anticonvulsants, Especially When Prescribed 'Off-Label' WASHINGTON, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Some anticonvulsant drugs are effective in treating bipolar disorder, fibromyalgia, and various kinds of pain, but the widely prescribed drugs are not always the bes...

Obesity Doesn't Always Equal Diabetes

Mouse study suggests that where the fat is stored is key FRIDAY, Aug. 24 (HealthDay News) -- Obesity doesn't mean a person is destined to develop diabetes, experiments in mice suggest. Instead, it may all depend on where the fat is stored. Mice that overate and were very obese stil...

Out of Reach may Not Always Save You from Catching Cold

A new research by Queensland University of Technology has revealed that airborne viruses can spread far and wide . Professor Lidia Morawska, director of QUT's International Laboratory for Air Quality and Health, said the study dispelled the myth that viruses emitted from humans only travel ...
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