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Fish Oils May Prevent and Treat Heart Disease

...n prevention of cardiovascular disease, cancer and other chronic diseases," manson said. In the five-year trial, a quarter of the participants will take both ...e results of the trial and start taking large doses of omega-3 fatty acids, manson warned. "It's too early to jump on the bandwagon and take megadoses, but mo...

New Nutrisystem Works(TM) Offers Corporate America New Weapon in the Fight Against Obesity

...utrisystem, Inc., Horsham, PA. (i) Leopold, Ronald S. Reining in the Rising Cost of Obesity. Business and Health August 2004; 22 (ii) Wolf, AM manson JE, Colditz, GA. The Economic Impact of Overweight and Obesity. In: Eckel R, ed. Obesity, Mechanisms and Clinical Management. Portland, OR: Lippin...

HIV Experts Propose New Approach to Eradicate HIV in Latest Issue of Science

...d to the discovery and development of innovative HIV/AIDS drugs and anti-infectives for diseases of high unmet medical need. Media Contact: Karen manson +32 479 89 47 99 (mobile) ...

Folic Acid Doesn't Help the Heart

...ge, this is the trial with the longest follow-up," manson said. "And to date, it is the largest study of wom...ring homocysteine prevents cardiovascular events," manson said. "Folic acid supplements should not be used f...ar events." The supplements do have their uses, manson was quick to add. Folic acid is known to prevent b...

Von Teese Calls Porn Web Surfing a Healthy Habit

...ese says that she often surfs porn websites, for she believes that it is a healthy hobby to be a voyeur. The estranged wife of rocker Marilyn manson feels that amateur pornography has something to offer to almost everybody. "Amateur pornography is a great thing. You can find something for e...

A New Therapy for CFS

... working. During his longest period of extreme fatigue, 13 1/2 weeks, manson said, "My wife literally thought I was passing away. I could hear the emoti...her. That was just maddening." Now in his seventh month of treatment, manson is able to go backpacking with his children with no ill after-effects. Prio...

Leaf Roll Disease a Cause of Concern to Wine Growers

...om the virus. New Zealand Winegrowers science and innovation manager Philip manson said that a lot of research is being done to understand the virus spread and ongoing management and detection. Mr manson said that the virus is not new and all efforts are being made to understand...

Possible benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy

...'s Brigham and Women's Hospital, said that there has been a sea change in our understanding of hormone replacement therapy and cardiovascular disease. manson and other experts now recommend that women go on HRT only for relief of menopausal symptoms or prevention of osteoporosis fractures, although other tr...
Manson in Medical Technology

Tibotec Presents Interim Findings for TMC435, an Investigational Genotype 1 Hepatitis C Treatment, at the AASLD Liver Meeting 2008

...aris, Hopital Paul Brousse, Centre Hepato-Biliaire; and INSERM, Unite 785; and Universite Paris-Sud, UMR-S 785, Villejuif, France. Contact: Karen manson Mobile: +32 (479) 89 47 99 ...

Ninety-Six Week Data on Tibotec Investigational NNRTI, TMC278, Presented at AIDS 2008

...o the discovery and development of innovative HIV/AIDS drugs and anti-infectives for diseases of high unmet medical need. Media Contacts: Karen manson - 32-479-89-47-99 Pam Van Houten - 908-295-7367 Investor Relations Contacts: Lesley Fishman - 732-542-3922 Louise Mehrota - 732-524-6491 ...

New Data Show Xenical Significantly Reduces Cardiovascular Risk and More Than Doubles Weight Loss Achieved in Overweight and Obese People

...lines/hypertension/en/print.html">www.who.int/cardiovascular_diseases/guidelines/hypertension/en/print.html 4. Colditz GA, Willett WC, Rotnitzky A, manson JE. "Weight gain as a risk factor for clinical diabetes mellitus in women". Ann Inter Med (1995). 122: 481-486. 5. World Health Organisation Fact Sh...

Arterial Plaque Significantly Reduced in Women Age 50-59 Taking Hormones, Says New Analysis of Women's Health Initiative Data

...d lead to less 'hardening' of the arteries supplying blood flow to the heart," said Dr. JoAnn Manson, from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Dr. manson is the lead physician who contributed to the "Estrogen Therapy and Coronary Artery Calcification" study. She is also the lead investigator for the KEE...
Manson in Biological News

Professor Brian Greenwood awarded first Hideyo Noguchi Africa Award

... Professor Brian Greenwood, manson Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine will be awarded the first Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize for ...

December GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY media highlights

.... show that the presence of impact ejecta from the manson Impact Structure, found within the Member, suggest...ses in abundance with increased distances from the manson Impact Structure. These observations support the hypothesis that manson Impact may have caused a resuspension event in the...
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