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Availability in Both Intravenous and Oral Formulation is a Leading Drug Attribute Surveyed Physicians Prefer for the Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections in the Hospital Setting

Seventy-Seven Percent of Surveyed Physicians Will Increase Their Use of Carbapenems In the Next Five Years, According to a New Report from AMR and Decision Resources MALVERN, Pa. and WALTHAM, Mass., June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Arlington Medical Resources (AMR) and Decision Resources find that a...

Women prefer prestige over dominance in mates

Los Angeles, CA December 17, 2008 A new study in the journal Personal Relationships reveals that women prefer mates who are recognized by their peers for their skills, abilities, and achievements, while not preferring men who use coercive tactics to subordinate their rivals. Indeed, women foun...

Study Shows Hispanics Prefer Beer

Findings could lead to more targeted prevention efforts, researcher says TUESDAY, Nov. 4 (HealthDay News) -- Beer is the alcohol of choice for Hispanics in the United States, a new study shows. "This is important to know, because once we can identify a type of beverage that is more...

Employers “Vote” on Presidential Candidates' Health Care Platforms: Prefer Middle Ground Between the Two Approaches

The majority of U.S.-based employers want to continue to provide health care coverage, yet oppose a government mandate to do so, a survey released today indicates. Employers prefer a middle ground between the presidential candidates’ health care proposals. New Yor...

Ringing endorsement: Women prefer contraceptive ring over patch

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 4 In the first study to directly compare a contraceptive vaginal ring and skin patch, more women indicated overall satisfaction with the vaginal ring, researchers report in the current issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a publication of the American College of Obstetricians and ...

True story? Men prefer 'chick flicks' when they are explicitly fictionalized

Characterized by a heart-tugging plot, emotional melodrama is a subtype of dramatic entertainment that fosters deep emotional reactions on the part of the consumer. Often labelled chick-flicks, tearjerkers, or human interest stories, the importance of this form of entertainment is underscored by t...

Survey confirms Americans prefer root canal treatment by endodontists

CHICAGO, DECEMBER 4, 2007 There may not be a more feared dental procedure than a root canal, but the key to ensuring a positive experience is choosing the right professional to perform the procedure. Painful root canal treatment is a thing of the past thanks to advances pioneered by endodontists,...

Minority patients prefer optical colonoscopy for colorectal cancer screening

The clinical importance of colorectal cancer screening is well established, however the majority of eligible people do not undergo screening tests. It is important to identify which tests may encourage individuals to be screened in order to help increase the survival rate of the disease. Individua...

Girls Really Do Prefer Pink

The attraction may owe to evolutionary influences, researchers say MONDAY, Aug. 20 (HealthDay News) -- As the mother of a newborn baby girl, Dr. Anya C. Hurlbert wondered why all the products aimed at her daughter tended to have a pinkish tint. As a professor of visual neuroscience...

Canadian Children Prefer to Eat More Snacks

Canadian fifth-graders prefer larger portions of snacks and fast foods and smaller portions of vegetables than the recommended amounts, according to researchers at Dalhousie University in Canada. The researchers showed nearly 5,000 children a variety of portion sizes of french fries, meat, ...

Minorities Prefer Counseling and Prayer to Drugs for Treating Depression

Some ethnic minorities could be twice as likely as white and Native American people to prefer counseling and prayer to medication for treating depression , according to a national Internet survey. African-Americans, Hispanics and Asians who took the survey were skeptical about the biologica...

Children Prefer to Eat Homegrown Foods

Homegrown fruits and vegetables are the most preferred by children and they love to eat more of it, says a study. // Researchers interviewed parents of 1,658 children aged two to five years living in rural Missouri and asked them about their family's diet, including homegrown fruits and vegeta...

Low-risk Prostate Cancer Patients Prefer Surgery Over ‘active Surveillance

United States – A novel insight has revealed that most men suffering low-risk prostate cancer opt for surgery as a treatment, rather than a non-invasive remedy.// Amongst men who were detected with gradual, non-aggressive prostate cancer, less than 10% were ready to opt for ‘active surveillan...

Britishers Prefer Gambling to Greens

There is an alarming rise of gambling and gamblers in Britain. A study reveals// that Englishmen prefer to spend more on gambling and casinos then on vegetables and fruits. On an average, £800 per year per person has been spent on gambling in United Kingdom. Online gambling has also increased ...

Women Prefer Office Procedure during treatment of Early Pregnancy

Most women who undergo surgery following an early pregnancy failure are often treated in an operating room, mostly under general anesthesia//. However a new study has raised questions about whether women prefer that approach. Early pregnancy failure - or EPF - occurs in 14 to 19 percent o...

Men More Likely Prefer Marriage Than Women – Survey Report

Compared to women, men are more interested in getting married and more involvements in serious family relationships as women, according to a study, which looks into the male psychology. // About 12,000 men and women, who aged between 15 to 44, were surveyed with questions regarding sex, living ...

Elderly People Prefer The Company Of Pet Dogs

A recent research has confirmed that lonely elderly people seek the company of pet dogs rather than fellow human beings. As many as 37 elderly people were surveyed // in the survey, and most of them preferred 30 minute visits from dogs rather people. As a part of the study, half of the senior citiz...

Visually impaired prefer specially enhanced TV

A scientist at Schepens Eye Research Institute (SERI) found that increasing the contrast of details of certain sizes made television watching more enjoyable to the visually impaired. // The U.S. study provides information that could help develop an electronic device to help millions suffering ey...

How to make negative services less unpleasant for consumers

... Journal of Service Research finds this relationship may be more complicated in "negative service environments" (i.e., services that consumers would prefer not to have to use), such as health screening, diagnostic tests, or even auto repair. The authors of the paper studied the relationship between str...

Nanotechnology Transforms Pain Relief

...continuing to hold up to current treatment outcomes," commented Jesse Eisler MDPhD, University of Connecticut. Physicians like Dr. Eisler consistently prefer natural topical pain relievers like Capsaicin, but the effects don't always last long enough. Concept Laboratories, Inc. responded with MyOmega(R), th...

Survey Compares Aussie and English Barbeque Attitudes

... colours. Just 30% of English will don a comedy outfit and 40% England kit The English are twilight barbecuers citing 6:00pm, while more Aussies prefer lunchtime 1:00pm - their parties lasting over 1.5hrs longer at 5.57 hours to the English 3.89 Aussie Vs English comparison A...

Scientists Bioengineer New Teeth in Mice

... "the general public should be aware that this kind of research is still far from application" in humans. But in the future, he predicted, people will prefer "biological" teeth like those created by the Japanese researchers to porcelain replacement teeth because they will look better and be more functional....

Laurence I. Barsh, DMD, Founder of Snoring Isn't Sexy, to speak at Somnomed's First Annual Symposium

...cally indicated." said Dr. Barsh. "The fact is that there are many patients who cannot tolerate their prescribed CPAP machines or who would prefer an alternative to CPAP. Oral appliances provide that alternative but the public is not yet aware of the fact that specially trained dentists offer sol...

Dementia induced and blocked in Parkinson's fly model

...in Shaw's lab. For the test, Seugnet placed flies in a vial with two branches: one lighted branch containing quinine, a bitter-tasting substance flies prefer to avoid; and a darkened but quinine-free branch. After a few trials, normal flies learn to suppress their natural attraction to the light and fly int...

Makers of the High-Tech 'Thermal Angel Blood Warmer' Say Lawmakers Should Look for Private Sector Solutions During Health Care Debate

...cene in the first 60 minutes after a trauma incident can make the difference between life and death," said Jay Lopez, adding that healthcare providers prefer Thermal Angel because it is portable, disposable and requires virtually no staff training to use. "Most hospitals and EMS facilities train th...

New Spanish-Language Consumer Guides Compare Treatments for Depression, Prostate Cancer and Other Conditions

...s country," said AHRQ Director Carolyn M. Clancy, M.D. "It is critical that we fill this gap because many of the nation's 44 million Hispanics need or prefer to get such information in Spanish so they can talk with their doctors about which treatments are best for them." AHRQ's recently releas...

Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC Announces Commendation Program to Honor Sleep Physicians Who Work with Dentists to Manage Sleep Breathing Disorders

...ailed CPAP treatment, those who cannot tolerate CPAP therapy, and those who prefer oral appliances to CPAP . (Vocus) July 23, 2009 ...led CPAP treatment, those who cannot tolerate CPAP therapy, and those who prefer oral appliances to CPAP . It has been estimated that in the Unite...

UC Davis study highlights work-life issues of female surgeons

...still choose their profession again. Women surgeons, however, are far more likely to postpone having children or to not have children at all and would prefer more flexibility in their work schedules, a national survey conducted by UC Davis researchers has found. The survey findings are reported today in the...

Female Surgeons Like What They Do, Survey Finds

... But most say they'd prefer more flex time and balance in life,, TUESDAY, July 21 (HealthDay News) -- If they had to do it all again, most female surgeons would choos...

Leading Los Angeles Clinic (laserandveinclinic.com) Provides Top Notch Aesthetic Laser Surgery

... cosmetic surgery procedures. Facelifts , eyelifts and brow lifts can take weeks to recover from, requiring precious time off that many employees prefer not to take in a year characterized by job loss and cutbacks. However, staying youthful and looking one's best is inherent to getting and staying hire...

Brazil's Rheumatoid Arthritis Drug Market Will Grow $115 Million by 2013

...atoid arthritis. While Enbrel emerges as the patient share leader among biologics in Rio de Janeiro, rheumatologists from Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte prefer Humira and Remicade, respectively. "Competition among TNF-alpha inhibitors is influenced by a drug's clinical profile, order of market entry...

Omar S. Manejwala, MD Speaks Out Nationally on Diprivan/Propofol Abuse

...he 1980's and is very widely used. It is often described as "milk of amnesia" or "milk of the ICU." "I've worked with many practitioners who prefer to use it because of its rapid onset and the ability to carefully titrate doses and the rapid recovery afterwards. It has more than a couple of decade...

Omar S. Manejwala, MD Speaks Out Nationally on Diprivan/Propofol Abuse

... is very widely used. It is often described as "milk of amnesia" or "milk of the ICU. "I've worked with many practitioners who prefer to use it because of its rapid onset and the ability to carefully titrate doses and the rapid recovery afterwards. It has more than a couple of decade...

Congress Braces for Showdown Over Health-Care Reform

...nce" approach that lawmakers are pursuing amid a recession. Mercer's recent survey of 329 U.S. employers found a majority of employers (67 percent) prefer a phased-in approach to health reform. Fifty-six percent of respondents agreed that health reform should boost incentives to improve health-care quali...

Dietary Oils May Help Some Fight Fat

...e consumption. Safflower oil is a common cooking oil. CLA, an omega-6 fatty acid, is found in trace amounts in lamb, beef and milk, but researchers prefer to study the commercial CLA supplements, because the concentration in food is too small to have much fat-lowering ability, Belury wrote. Both oils are...

Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC Announces Professional Relationship with the American Sleep Apnea Association

...for treatment of sleep apnea, oral appliances, provided by dentists with special training, have been accepted as an alternative for those patients who prefer them to CPAP and for those patients who cannot tolerate a CPAP device. Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC's web site provides information about oral appliances...

Full Transcript of House Democrats' Press Conference on Introduction of Health Care Legislation

...rk through those issues. It's not a correct statement to say they're against a public option. They want some changes in the public option. Some would prefer not to have a public option, but we have to bring everybody together, because a large part of our Democratic Caucus wants a public option, as does the...

Bottle-Feeding Moms Ignored

...view of published studies identified several common themes: Some mothers who bottle-fed -- either because they couldn't breast-feed or because they prefer to bottle-feed -- experienced negative emotions such as guilt, worry about the impact on their baby, concern about health professionals' opinions, un...

PriceDoc & Direct Health Care Practices Team Up To Help Uninsured

...pay a monthly fee and no insurance plan is involved, according to the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner. For patients who prefer to pay by the visit, many direct health care practices also offer a Single Care Option for episodic treatment, which includes office visits and physic...

Minimally Invasive Surgery Not Better for Sciatica

...he tubular diskectomy is indicated in obese patients in whom a large incision and exposure is inevitable," he said. But more patients probably will prefer the conventional approach, Arts said. "We will discuss the results of our study with our patients and their prejudiced opinion of small being better w...
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