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Workers Comp Troubles Making You Sick? New York Personal Injury Lawyers Might Just Have the Cure

Prominent New York personal injury lawyer reacts to hard-hitting New York Times investigative series that cites major problems injured workers face when seeking workers compensation benefits In New York state. New York, NY (PRWEB) April 7, 2009 -- Many injured workers i...

A Registered Dietitian Can Help You Weather Economic Troubles Through Nutrition and Health, Says American Dietetic Association

CHICAGO, March 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In difficult economic times, when people's stress levels - both psychological and financial - increase, eating healthfully becomes more essential than ever, according to the experts at the American Dietetic Association. "When people are under press...

Survey Reveals Most Americans Planning Vacations Within the U.S.; Tummy Troubles Top Travel Health Woes

SAN BRUNO, Calif., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- As we approach the summer when many of us are planning vacations, a recent travel health survey conducted by Harris Interactive(R) for Florastor(R), the world's top-selling probiotic, found that the majority of U.S. adults -- 78 percent -- plan vacatio...

Sleep Troubles Vary Between Alzheimer's Patients, Caregivers

Their difficulties with slumber are not always connected, researchers say FRIDAY, May 2 (HealthDay News) -- There's a significant difference in sleep disturbances experienced by Alzheimer's disease patients and the sleep woes of their caregivers, new research shows. A team from the ...

Urinary dysfunction troubles men who undergo prostate removal

GAINESVILLE, Fla. Men with prostate cancer who have their prostate removed cite sexual dysfunction as the most common side effect after surgery, but urinary dysfunction troubles these patients most, reports a University of Florida researcher. Whats more, many arent emotionally prepared to face th...

Tooth Troubles Could Raise Dementia Risk

Fewer teeth in old age linked to mental woes, study finds THURSDAY, Oct. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Tooth loss and mouth illnesses may boost the risk of dementia later in life, U.S. research shows. A team at the University of Kentucky analyzed the dental records and annual cognitive test results ...

Chronic GI Troubles Keep Workers Off the Job

They lose one day a week on average, study finds TUESDAY, Oct. 16 (HealthDay News) -- People with some common functional gastrointestinal disorders lose the equivalent of at least one full day of work in every 40-hour workweek, a new U.S. study finds. Functional gastrointestinal disorders, wh...

Rejection of Gay Teens Linked to Later Troubles

Suicide attempts, drug use higher among those whose families don't accept them MONDAY, Dec. 29 (HealthDay News) -- Gay young adults whose families rejected them when they were younger are more likely to have histories of unprotected sex, illegal drug use and suicide attempts, new resea...

Postmenopausal Women's Sexual Dissatisfaction Not Linked to Heart Troubles

Study did see modest tie between displeasure, peripheral artery disease THURSDAY, April 10 (HealthDay News) -- Sexual dissatisfaction in postmenopausal women isn't associated with cardiovascular disease, say U.S. researchers. It's known that sexual dysfunction in some men is predic...

Removing Ovaries Before Menopause Leads to Memory, Movement Troubles

Hormone-replacement therapy seems to lessen likelihood of problems, study finds WEDNESDAY, Aug. 29 (HealthDay News) -- Removing one or both ovaries before a woman reaches natural menopause increases the risk of both dementia and movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease. But g...
Troubles in Medical Dictionary

Earwax buildup

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Troubles in Biological News

Tummy troubles -- gastrin key in bacterial-induced stomach cancer

New York, New York Current research suggests that levels of gastrin play a key role in the development of Helicobacter -induced stomach cancer. The related report by Takaishi et al, "Gastrin is an essential cofactor for Helicobacter -associated gastric corpus carcinogenesis in C57BL/6 mice," a...

In computer models and observations, researchers see potential for significant 'red tide' season

...the Massachusetts shellfish industry alone. The weather patterns over the next few weeks will determine whether this years algal growth approaches the troubles of 2005. The research teamled by WHOI senior scientists Don Anderson and Dennis McGillicuddy and physical oceanographer Ruoying He of NC Stateis se...

New technologies coming too fast for Indian farmers

...f farmers evaluating new seed technologies." 'De-skilling' While Bt seed exacerbates the problem by creating yet another option, the farming troubles predate its introduction. In the late 1990s, there was an epidemic of farmer suicide in the Warangal District. Many farmers are deeply in debt and...
Troubles in Biological Technology

Mice teeth explain the troubles with human wisdom teeth

During evolution, many of a species properties are shaped by ecological interactions. This is readily evident in mammalian teeth, whose many features closely reflect what each species eats. However, for a long time scientists have suspected that genetic and developmental interactions may also infl...

The MedZilla Report: March 2009 Employment Outlook for Biotech/Pharma/Health

...as the first quarter of 2009 came to a close were forced to announce layoffs, and the U.S. economic crisis impacted a field once thought immune to the troubles of the rest of the country as job creation for March contracted by 50 percent. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 23, 2009 -- As the...

The MedZilla Report: September 2008 Employment Outlook for Biotech/Pharma/Health

...cifically searching for candidates; instead, it appears they are waiting for the right candidates to come to them. This may be symptomatic of economic troubles on a wider scale; companies of course want to hire the best candidates, but they do not have the resources to go out and find them, nor are they alway...

Technology Implications of Sarbanes-Oxley

...ergence, simplification and centralization of information will be keys to compliance. Companies that lack records management (RM) processes risk legal troubles when disputes arise. A RM process evaluates documents for their fiscal, legal, operational and historical value and minimizes risks by periodically d...

The Industry Impact of Two Big Pharmas Mating

...ce but relatively weak presence in Europe) by Aventis (Schering-Plough also has an attractive oncology portfolio). Bristol-Myers Squibb itself in troubles and traditionally a company built on acquisitions (Squibb and Dupont Pharmaceuticals in recent years) might be another candidate. Thus far, Merck has...

A Vote Against Free Trade is a Vote Against Wisconsins Long-Term Interests

...an Free Trade Agreement has been a raw deal. It was a semi-protectionist message that resonated with voters who are eager to blame the states economic troubles on those dastardly Canadians and Mexicans. Lets hope were really not that short-sighted. Free trade is a part of saving Wisconsin, not ruining it. ...

Social Networks Revisited

...cting. Some have talked up a pay-for-introduction model, where the service gets a commission each time a successful connection is made. This model troubles me for two reasons: First, it is very easy to go "off network" to make an introduction - thereby cutting the service out of the value chain. Second - ...

Choice of next UW president comes down to matching skills with the challenge

...ed. Gaining the support of the Legislature and working with the states delegation in Congress will also be important, as some of the UW Systems budget troubles in recent years can be traced to a lack of political consensus that money was being spent wisely. The job of UW System president is tough and will ...

Probe into gas gouging may educate Americans about pressures on oil supply

...be right, but hurricanes in Louisiana are really the least of our long-term troubles when it comes to oil. The bigger storm lies within the market itself. Fo...ch for Pritchard Capital Partners, was predicting a perfect storm of energy troubles even before Katrina and Rita hit. Here are factors often listed by Edmonds ...

Digital Healthcare Conference marks Wisconsin's Healthcare IT Week

...ds and patient control, part 1 He went on to explain some of the principles involved in keeping such a system private, secure and trusted, and the troubles with building compatibility between systems. Interview: Dr. William Yasnoff on health records and patient control, part 2 And for more on Cha...
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