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Browns Wives Host Special Day at MetroHealth Medical Center to Support the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

'Lady Browns' and their husbands participate in activities with families in the MetroHealth NICU CLEVELAND, Oct. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is not exactly the place a parent hopes to spend time with their newborn baby. The NICU ...

Armed Forces Enroll Wives in Fighting HIV/AIDS

Can an injury caused due to a syringe used on an AIDS patient infect the injured with HIV? No, it won't. Because HIV must enter your body in sufficient quantity for you to get infected . That's another reason why it is almost impossible to get infected with HIV from a barber's razor. Is it true mos...

Chinese Men Putting Wives at Risk of Early Death by Smoking

Chinese men are putting their wives at increased risk of long-term illness and early death by smoking, finds a study in this week's BMJ.// Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (passive smoking) is associated with a 15-35% excess risk of coronary heart disease and lung cancer. Environmental...

Role of wives of Alcoholics

According to a new study out of Texas suggests the characteristics of women married to alcoholic men may play a role in the problem. Clinical and Experimental Research, found women married to alcoholics tend to be less likely to be homemakers// and more likely to meet the criteria for alcoholism t...

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

...e. And we will produce a product that will give to the American people a sense of security and well being for them, for their husbands, their wives and their children that they so desperately want. The overwhelming majority of the American public says, "We want health reform." John McCain...

Fathers' Hearing Affects Family Function and Fiscal Health

...answer? Do I have trouble hearing over the telephone? Do people get annoyed because I misunderstand what they say? Kochkin also reminds wives and children that families play an important role in men's health care by helping to educate them. So if you think your husband or father is sufferin...

Survey Reveals Injectable Procedures Are Mainstream And Accepted Medical Aesthetic Treatment Options

...eceiving support from the people they told. “In a similar survey issued four years ago, we dispelled the myth that Hollywood and corporate wives were the typical BOTOX® Cosmetic patient,” says ASERF President Laurie Casas, MD, a plastic surgeon practicing in suburban Chicago. “N...

Meat for sex in wild chimpanzees

...that have long puzzled scientists. Evidence from studies on human hunter-gatherer societies suggest that men who are more successful hunters have more wives and a larger number of offspring. Studies of wild chimpanzees, humans' closest living relative, have shown that male hunters frequently share meat wit...

Single Men Less Likely to Get Prostate Screens

...cant other. The study, however, did not examine why this is so. "In terms of motivating people to get screened, there may be benefit in targeting wives or significant others as well as men," lead author Lauren P. Wallner, a graduate research associate at the University of Michigan, said in an American...

BEING DAD DVD Offers a Sneak Peek at Pregnancy From a Guy's Point of View

...llage, California. About the Filmmakers BEING DAD was the brainchild of Aussie friends Sam Holt and Troy Jones. Upon simultaneously learning their wives were pregnant, they began seeking answers to common questions, only to find there's actually very little material available for men. In their quest fo...

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wives in Medical Technology

Fals-Stewart Earns Hazelden's 2007 Dan Anderson Research Award

...oholism treatment, we get better outcomes," said Fals-Stewart. "But the majority of research has been done on male alcoholics and nonsubstance-abusing wives or partners. It's pretty common for women to stay with substance-abusing men. But it's much more common for men to leave relationships with alcoholic ...
wives in Biological News

Late motherhood boosts family lifespan

...their brothers also live longer, but the brothers' wives do not, suggesting the same genes prolong lifespan...ity to give birth at older ages. The brothers' wives didn't have longer lives, suggesting any environme...had babies late, and of those brothers' wives. The wives are not blood relatives, so genetic factors shared...

Men with wives, significant others more likely to be screened for prostate cancer

...tion , a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. "In terms of motivating people to get screened, there may be benefit in targeting wives or significant others as well as men," said lead author Lauren P. Wallner, M.P.H., a graduate research associate at the University of Michigan. Pr...

Rutgers scholar authors definitive biography of reproductive medicine pioneer

...e Clinic at the Free Hospital for Women in Boston, Rock treated women from all walks of life, from film stars to at least one African princess, to the wives of elevator operators and laborers. He stands out, the authors say, for his ability to communicate with patients. "He was absolutely in partnership...

The surprising power of the pill

...ssful. Adding to that stress is the timing issue. Women need to be able to get on with their lives. This treatment makes it possible. And while old wives tales persist about days of the month when women can conceive, Dr. Pinkas says it is bunk. The timing of ovulation for different women is spaced out e...

Study finds that even aloof husbands have lower testosterone levels than unmarried men

...inks between male testosterone levels and marital status among modern-day pastoralists in northern Kenya of whom less than 1.5 percent consider their wives a source of emotional support. The Ariaal males serve as herd boys until they reach puberty, at which point they are initiated, become warriors, and a...

Growth hormone is not the anti-aging bullet for healthy adults

...ease muscle strength and mass, decrease body fat, improve mood and motivation, increase exercise capacity, increase bone density and (wink, wink) make wives and girlfriends happy. Despite these enticing claims, careful review of existing evidence does not support the prescription of GH for anti-aging ...

Spousal illness can trigger partner death

...in Medicare. Over the nine years, 383,480 husbands (74 percent) and 347,269 wives (67 percent) were hospitalized at least once, and 252,557 husbands (49 percent) and 156,004 wives (30 percent) died. The mean age of men in the study was 75 years and the me...

Stress substantially slows human body's ability to heal

...over each small wound, forming a protective bubble, from which researchers could extract fluids that normally fill such blisters. The husbands and wives also completed questionnaires intended to gauge their level of stress at the beginning of the experiment. Lastly, each person was fitted with a cathet...
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