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Parents Lose Sleep Too When Students Begin School, Says Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic

With school starting soon, parents and children should begin transitioning to an earlier sleep schedule to avoid losing sleep with an earlier wake time. Successfully transitioning sleeping patterns will help students be mentally alert and ready to learn by the first day of school. ...

'It's Still Too Early to Be Popping Champagne Corks' - Expert to Comment on Health Care Reform- House Healthcare Proposal

WASHINGTON, July 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As you continue to cover the House healthcare proposal Dr. Leighton Ku, health policy researcher and professor is available to speak with you about this subject. Below is a statement about the new House Healthcare Compromise from Dr. Leighto...

President Obama's Health Care Plan: Too Big, Too Expensive, Too Rushed

As one of the Nation's Leading Hispanic Small Business Advocates, TLC Urges Caution on Healthcare Reform WASHINGTON, July 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Latino Coalition (TLC) today joins the growing number of civic, business and public policy organizations - including...

Risks of Delaying ACL Reconstruction in Young Athletes May Be Too High, Study Shows

A new study presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine 's (AOSSM) Annual Meeting in Keystone, Colorado, (July 9-12) details the benefits and risks of repairing a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in young athletes under the age of 14. Keyston...

As Lawsuits Hit the MTA, Personal Injury Lawyers Consider How Much is Too Much, or Too Little

As the MTA once again tries to get the New York Legislature to change the law regarding personal injury accidents, New York personal injury lawyer David Perecman weighs in. New York, New York (PRWEB) July 8, 2009 -- Each year, New York City's chronically cash-strapped m...

Wrong dose of heart meds too frequent in children

Infants and young children treated with heart drugs get the wrong dose or end up on the wrong end of medication errors more often than older children, according to research led by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center to be published July 6 in Pediatrics . While the researchers found the highes...

Beginning Swim Classes Too Advanced for Many Beginners; Swim Instructor Conference Slated

Beginning swim classes teach skills too advanced for many swim students to be successful; a conference will train teachers in how to teach in order that all can learn to swim SARASOTA, Fla., June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer thousands of children and a few adults will enroll in Beginning Sw...

Pay Attention to Signs That Say You're Too Tired to Drive

Sleep foundation offers tips on staying alert behind the wheel SATURDAY, June 13 (HealthDay News) -- You can help lower your odds of becoming an unfortunate highway statistic this summer by making sure you are rested before you hit the road, says the National Sleep Foundation. A re...

Still Too Few Women in Cancer Trials

Many may lack the time, resources to participate, study finds MONDAY, June 8 (HealthDay News) -- Women are underrepresented in clinical cancer research published in the world's most influential medical journals, a new study says. The findings raise concerns that scientists aren't le...

7 out of 10 women too embarrassed to discuss vaginal dryness and pain with their physician

The majority of post-menopausal women are uncomfortable talking about vaginal dryness and pain and are reluctant to seek medical help, according to results from a new international survey presented today at the European Congress on Menopause in London. Results from the survey show that over a thir...

How late is too late to break bad habits?

Research linking bad habits such as smoking and the direct impact on a senior's health will be presented during the American Geriatrics Society's Annual Meeting April 29 - May 3 in Chicago, IL. The study followed more than 2,000 seniors who were current smokers, past smokers and had never smoked....

Too much or too little sleep increases risk of diabetes

Quebec City, April 21, 2009Researchers at Universit Laval's Faculty of Medicine have found that people who sleep too much or not enough are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. The risk is 2 times higher for people who sleep less than 7 hours or more than 8 ...

While the Majority of Americans Express Interest in Organ and Tissue Donation, Too Few Take Steps to Register as Donors

Survey Reveals Misperceptions About Donation Are Common RICHMOND, Va., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- While the number of Americans registered as organ and tissue donors is rising, the registry still only includes 38 percent of licensed drivers, according to a report card issued by Donate Life Am...

How Old Is Too Old to Work?

Economic woes add a twist to the age-old question,, FRIDAY, April 10 (HealthDay News) -- Debate about the ideal age to retire has been going on for years. But with the U.S. economy in a dramatic slump, the flip side of that question -- how old is too old to work? -- has become uppermos...

CT scans: Too much of a good thing can be risky

OAK BROOK, Ill. Patients who undergo numerous CT scans over their lifetime may be at increased risk for cancer, according to a study published in the April issue of Radiology . "We found that while most patients accrue small cumulative cancer risks, 7 percent of the patients in our study had ...

CT Scans: Too Much of a Good Thing Can Be Risky

Patients who undergo numerous CT scans over their lifetime may be at increased risk for cancer, according to a study published in the April issue of Radiology. Oak Brook, IL (Vocus) March 31, 2009 -- Patients who undergo numerous CT scans over their lifetime may be at i...

Patients' Bill of Rights Too Tough to Read

Analysis shows most documents require reading skills beyond those of general population FRIDAY, March 27 (HealthDay News) -- This one should come as no surprise to most consumers: A patient's bill of rights, the document that outlines your expectations for medical care, is usually writ...

Using Too Much Salt Is Common in U.S., CDC Says

Report finds that average sodium intake far exceeds recommendations, raising health risks,, THURSDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- The average American consumes far more salt each day than is considered healthy, a new government report finds. Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Di...

School Lunches Too Fatty and Sugary, Critics Say

Assessment urges more veggies plus restrictions on unhealthy options WEDNESDAY, March 4 (HealthDay News) -- Despite some improvements, U.S. school meal programs are still laden with unhealthy fat, salt and sugar, nutrition experts contend. Students also have limited choices in foods...

Levels of Trace Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water Too Low to Impact Human Health According to Water Research Foundation Study

The concentrations of pharmaceutical drugs and endocrine-disrupting compounds found in our public drinking water are likely too low to impact human health, according to a new report by the Water Research Foundation, the nation's leading drinking water research organization. ...

Physical activity guidelines are too confusing, say researchers

Whether you are defined as leading an active or inactive lifestyle can depend on which country you are in and which guideline your GP picks off the shelf, say researchers at the University of Bath. Whilst many countries have guidelines recommending the minimum amount of physical activity a pers...

Adult Fast-Food Diets Tied to Too Much TV as Teen

Hours of ads for greasy, sugary fare may be to blame, researchers say FRIDAY, Jan. 30 (HealthDay News) - Teens who watch TV more than five hours a day are prone to become fast-food junkies as adults, a new study suggests. The connection? Too much time spent watching ads for fast fo...

You're Never Too Old for a Flu Shot

Death rates and complications plummet for immunized seniors, study found,, FRIDAY, Jan. 9 (HealthDay News) -- If you're over 65, getting a flu shot every year could cut your risk of dying from flu in half, research suggests. And, even if the vaccine isn't always a perfect match for ...

Spending Too Much on Healthcare? This Employer-Designed Conference Will Inspire!

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Savvy Self-Funding Healthcare Conference and Expo will provide employers and health plan sponsors the rare opportunity to discuss healthcare options with both carriers and brokers during a June 1-3, 2009 conference in Kansas City, Missouri. ...

Circumcision Rates Too Low

Study points to 16 states where Medicaid doesn't fund procedure TUESDAY, Dec. 23 (HealthDay News) -- Thousands of male infants aren't being circumcised each year, because their states don't cover the procedure through Medicaid, new research suggests. "There's a good case to be made...

Risk Info for Breast Cancer Patients Too Confusing

Could lead to bad treatment decisions, study shows FRIDAY, Dec. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Information patients commonly receive about the risk of their breast cancer returning after surgery may make their decision on whether to get chemotherapy more difficult, a new study concludes. Do...

Time is Money When People Wait Too Long to Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits

Allsup, nation's leading disability representation services company, explains the repercussions and risks of waiting to file for SSDI. Belleville, IL (Vocus) December 12, 2008 -- Many people make the mistake of waiting too long to apply for Social Security disability be...

Two Asthma Meds May Be Too Risky, FDA Panel Says

Serevent, Foradil should only be used with another medication, in both children and adults, but Advair is spared in advisers' recommendations THURSDAY, Dec. 11 (HealthDay News) -- The risks of two widely used asthma drugs outweigh their benefits for both children and adults, a U.S. Fo...

Mid-Season Flu Immunization Rates are Too Low

First of its kind survey cites misperceptions regarding need for vaccination and a lack of time as main reasons adults avoid getting immunized against influenza Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) December 10, 2008 -- A new survey of approximately 4,000 American adults reveals that fe...

Mid-Season Flu Immunization Rates are Too Low

First of its kind survey cites misperceptions regarding need for vaccination and a lack of time as main reasons adults avoid getting immunized against influenza BETHESDA, Md., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new survey of approximately 4,000 American adults reveals that fewer than on...

Self-Dosing Pain Medication Errors Too Common: Study

Review urges tighter controls for intravenous use, standardization of practices FRIDAY, Dec. 5 (HealthDay News) -- Allowing patients to control their own pain medication intravenously is four times more likely to cause the patient harm than other medications, a new study says. The...

Tummy Hurts From Eating Too Much or From Too Many Turns in the Road? Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) Comes to the Rescue

Scientifically Formulated Homeopathic/Herbal Supplement Relieves Motion Sickness, Acid Reflux, Abdominal Distress and General Nausea - Quickly, Naturally and Safely SAN DIEGO, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The season of travel and tempting meals is almost here and though we...

Glutamate: Too much of a good thing in schizophrenia?

Philadelphia, PA, October 27, 2008 Is schizophrenia a disorder of glutamate hyperactivity or hypoactivity? While the predominant hypothesis for many years was that schizophrenia was a glutamate deficit disorder, there is growing evidence of glutamate hyperactivity as well. The study by Karlsson...

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...

Vitamin D Guidelines Too Low for Cystic Fibrosis Kids

Study says deficiency persists even after weekly doses up to 3 times recommended amount MONDAY, Oct. 13 (HealthDay News) -- Existing guidelines for treating vitamin D deficiency in children with cystic fibrosis are too low and put patients at high risk for bone loss and rickets, a new ...

Paul Sullivan's Legacy: An Early Warning Program for Detecting Melanoma Before It's Too Late

Leading Melanoma Specialists Will Give Accredited Course for Non-Dermatologists about Detection and Management of Melanoma To be held November 1, 2008 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston, Cambridge, MA CONCORD, Mass., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Melanoma Foundation of New England a...

Boomers Should Add Muscle Before It's Too Late

Resitance training in 60s, 70s wards off loss that weakens posture, balance, study says WEDNESDAY, Sept. 24 (HealthDay News) -- Strength training can help people build muscle mass to assist in the fight against the debilitating effects of old age until they reach 80, a new study says....

Dartmouth researchers say too many children see extreme violence in movies

In a paper published in the August issue of the journal Pediatrics, Dartmouth researchers document the alarming numbers of young adolescents age 10-14 who are exposed to graphic violence in movies rated R for violence. They found that these extremely violent movies were seen by an average of 12....

Watching too much TV is causing some university students to pack on the pounds

Television commercials are a common method for advertising food products. According to a team of University of Alberta researchers, these food advertisements have a powerful influence on its viewers, especially university students. "The transition from adolescence to adulthood has been shown to...

Sensitive, Smart and Strong - Too Bad it's Just a Robotic Arm

For decades, researchers have dreamed of creating robots with human-like abilities. Now an interdisciplinary team of European researchers has developed a robotic arm and hand that moves and 'senses' like a human, and is controlled by a human-inspired electronic 'brain'. Can a ...
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