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While the Dangers of Sun Exposure are Widely Understood Americans Fall Short of Adequately Protecting Themselves from the Sun

NEUTROGENA(R) Releases Results of Sun Protection Survey LOS ANGELES, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, so why did 60% of American adults report that they rarely or never put on sunscreen ? NEUTROGENA (R) , the #1 dermatologist reco...

HIPAA privacy rule fails to adequately protect patient privacy and hampers health research

WASHINGTON -- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule does not adequately protect the privacy of people's personal health information and hinders important health research discoveries, concludes a new report from the Institute of Medicine. Congress should ...

Quitting Smoking Saves Lives and Money: New American Lung Association Report Finds Most States Failing to Adequately Protect Residents and Their Bottom Line

-Treatments and Services Provided by Each State to Help Smokers Quit Now Available at http://www.lungusa.org - WASHINGTON, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- If you smoke, quitting can save you money as well as your life. However, where you live can help or hurt your ability to quit. Accord...

Beijing Adequately Prepares for Potential Health Eventualities During Olympics

In preparation for the Olympics next year, Beijing has reserved many hospital beds for emergency use to save the day in the event of an infectious// outbreak. Beijing has planned to keep at least 6,350 beds and 144 hospitals ready by August 2008, to combat highly infectious diseases like bird...

United Kingdom: Farmers Cautioned To Plan Adequately For Bird-Flu

Tony Blair’s spokesman has said that the risk of the spread of the bird-flu virus is certainly pronounced. EU farm ministers will be meeting in Brussels to thrash out this issue, the virus already having entered France. // Yet the U.k Ministry don’t feel it is time to lock up the Britain’s 20 mil...

Anxiety following heart attacks not adequately managed

A new study by Ohio State University researchers has shown that patients who complain of anxiety after a heart attack are not being managed appropriately. The researchers who looked at an experience of 101 heart attack victims have found that patients' own descriptions of anxiety after a heart a...

Women not Getting Screened Adequately

According to findings from a new study researchers say women who are heading to the doctor for a Pap smear and mammogram, might be missing out // on getting screened for the number three cancer killer in women. Researchers say that women might now also need to add colorectal screenings to the list....

Knowing What to Look for Can Aid in Proper Diagnosis & Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

...the New England Journal of Medicine. "The trauma that our military personnel continue to endure has propelled our need to better appreciate and adequately treat the dynamics of traumatic brain injury," says Douglas J. Mason, Psy.D, a neuropsychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and rehabilitation o...

MAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Announces Pricing of Public Offering of Common Stock

...ceuticals MAP Pharmaceuticals is dedicated to developing and commercializing new therapies for patients suffering from conditions that are not adequately treated by currently available medicines. The company is developing LEVADEX inhaled therapy for the potential treatment of migraine and has reported p...

100+ Nurses to Rally in SF Wed. to Demand Stronger Swine Flu Safety Protections: California Hospitals Remain Unprepared Despite First Nurse Death

...ent health, who worked in a Sacramento hospital, as well as a General Accounting Office report to Congress this week that warned the U.S. is still not adequately prepared for a worse outbreak of H1N1 this fall. "Hospitals across California--and possibly the entire country--are putting registered nurses a...
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Vectibix(R) in Combination With Chemotherapy Significantly Improved Progression-Free Survival in First-Line Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

...ot guarantee safe and effective performance of product candidates in humans. The complexity of the human body cannot be perfectly, or sometimes, even adequately modeled by computer or cell culture systems or animal models. The length of time that it takes for us to complete clinical trials and obtain regulato...

Isis Reports Strong Financial Results and Highlights for Second Quarter of 2009

...hlights Mipomersen, the most advanced drug in Isis' cardiovascular pipeline, is being evaluated in a broad Phase 3 program in patients who cannot adequately control their cholesterol levels with current therapies and who need new treatment options. Isis and Genzyme reported positive top-line m...

Amgen Announces Positive Top-Line Results for Denosumab in Trial for Delay of Skeletal Related Events in Bone Metastases Patients Compared to Zometa(R)

...ot guarantee safe and effective performance of product candidates in humans. The complexity of the human body cannot be perfectly, or sometimes, even adequately modeled by computer or cell culture systems or animal models. The length of time that it takes for us to complete clinical trials and obtain regulato...

Schering-Plough Announces U.S. Filing of Mometasone Furoate/Formoterol Fumarate Combination for the Maintenance Treatment of Asthma

...ORADIL AEROLIZER should only be used as additional therapy for patients not adequately controlled on other asthma controller medications. FORADIL AEROLIZ...erefore, FORADIL should only be used as additional therapy for patients not adequately controlled on other asthma controller medications. In asthma clin...

Denosumab Demonstrates Superiority Over Zometa(R) in Pivotal Phase 3 Head-to-Head Trial in Breast Cancer Patients With Bone Metastases

...ot guarantee safe and effective performance of product candidates in humans. The complexity of the human body cannot be perfectly, or sometimes, even adequately modeled by computer or cell culture systems or animal models. The length of time that it takes for us to complete clinical trials and obtain regulato...

Studies Show AFRESA(R) Controls Post-Meal Sugar Levels With Less Weight Gain and Hypoglycemia Risk for Diabetes Patients

...ates the body's glucose levels, but in people with diabetes insufficient levels of insulin are produced (type 1 diabetes) or the body fails to respond adequately to the insulin it produces (type 2 diabetes). Current mealtime insulin therapy regimens have a number of limitations, including the risk of severe hyp...

AFRESA(R) Phase 3 Pulmonary Function Safety Data in Patients with Diabetes Presented at ADA

...ates the body's glucose levels, but in people with diabetes insufficient levels of insulin are produced (type 1 diabetes) or the body fails to respond adequately to the insulin it produces (type 2 diabetes). Current mealtime insulin therapy regimens have a number of limitations, including the risk of severe hyp...

Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Announces Lurasidone Phase III Data in Patients With Schizophrenia

...e core symptoms of schizophrenia, characterize its safety profile and explore its effects in the treatment of cognitive impairment and other areas not adequately addressed by current therapies," said Antony Loebel, M.D., vice president of clinical research, Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma America, Inc. "As a large, g...

Video: Partnership Unites UCB with Consumer Product Innovator OXO(R)

...ion of a clinical response and for the maintenance of a clinical response and remission in patients with active Crohn's disease who have not responded adequately to conventional treatment in September 2007. UCB is also developing Cimzia (R) in other autoimmune disease indications. Cimzia (R) is a register...

Cadence Pharmaceuticals Submits Acetavance New Drug Application for the Treatment of Acute Pain and Fever

...y not accept the Acetavance NDA for review, or that the clinical trial data and other information included in the company's NDA for Acetavance may not adequately support this product candidate's safety and efficacy; the potential that the prevalence or severity of adverse side effects associated with Acetavance...
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Programmer System (Enterra™ Therapy)

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Company:Medtronic Gastroenterology

Medtronic ITREL 3 Model 7425G Neurostimulator (Enterra™ Therapy)

Description:...food moves through the stomach more slowly than normal. In some patients, this condition results in severe, chronic nausea and vomiting that cannot be adequately controlled by available drugs. These patients have difficulty maintaining their nutricial needs, and may require some form of tube feeding to ensure a...
Company:Medtronic Gastroenterology

Medtronic Model 4351 Lead (Enterra™ Therapy)

Description:...food moves through the stomach more slowly than normal. In some patients, this condition results in severe, chronic nausea and vomiting that cannot be adequately controlled by available drugs. These patients have difficulty maintaining their nutricial needs, and may require some form of tube feeding to ensure a...
Company:Medtronic Gastroenterology
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Q fever

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Immune System

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Hypoxia

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Gastroenteritis

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Fungal Infection

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Deep venous thrombosis

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Emergence of cancer as major cause of childhood death in developing countries is not being adequately addressed

The emergence of cancer as a major cause of death among children in developing regions of the world is not being adequately addressed by national or international health organizations and charities, according to investigators at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This growing rate of pediatric ...

Joint research into an enzyme that causes genetic diseases

...ase is a metabolic enzyme that plays a fundamental role in the metabolism of fatty acids (the components of fats) and sugars. When its function is not adequately performed (for example, when mutations in the gene arise) diverse metabolic diseases of genetic origin are triggered, amongst them lactic acidaemia, h...

August 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...rica. The implications of this in terms of understanding regional- to global-scale climate dynamics and developing general circulation models that can adequately predict future climate scenarios cannot be overstated. Decoupled geochemical behavior of As and Cu in hydrothermal systems Artur P. Deditius...

1 in 6 health workers won't report in flu pandemic -- study by Ben-Gurion U. researchers

...rstanding of why this role makes a difference. If a specific designated role cannot be predetermined, a set of potential roles have to be defined and adequately introduced to all relevant workers, up to a point at which they will feel confident in their ability to perform their duty, and perceive it as importa...

Carnegie Mellon team makes sequestration recommendations

...he use of federal lands for geologic sequestration. Create a Federal Geologic Sequestration Board (FGSB) that would oversee long-term stewardship of adequately closed sequestration projects. Create a revolving fund, based upon risk-based assessment on geologic sequestration projects during their operating l...

Study finds DNA barcoding requires caution without closer examination

...issue of the American Journal of Botany . One of the critical issues surrounding the DNA barcoding debate is that using a section of DNA may not adequately distinguish among closely related species or complex groups. Moreover, in plants, there is still much debate over which gene sequence region should b...

Nutricia launches Nutra Neocate, weaning product designed for cows’ milk protein allergy

...as milk, wheat and gluten. The use of unmodified mammalian milk or unmodified soy or rice milk, is not recommended for infants as these milks are not adequately nutritious.2 In addition, soy can also present cross-reaction risks.1,3 Good nutrition is not only essential for a child's physical and emotional...

Rutgers research tackles childhood epilepsy

...eimer's disease and stroke. It currently affects more than 326,000 children under age 15. More than 90,000 of them have severe seizures that cannot be adequately treated. The children often go on to develop cognitive problems due to recurrent and uncontrolled seizures and the combined effects of heavy medicatio...

SRI International announces findings from new upper atmospheric radar system for scientific research

...rally dynamic phenomena such as the aurora and space weather storms. Scientists need to understand how the upper atmosphere behaves on these scales to adequately study climate change and other processes linked to the transfer of energy and momentum from the surface of the sun to Earth's atmosphere," said Robert...

Old stain in a new combination

...ed blood cells, complement each other." Since the study group from Heidelberg has used methylene blue in Western Africa for years, it has already been adequately clinically tested severe or frequent side effects did not occur. Especially important is that the combination makes it more difficult for resistance ...
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Asthma Patients Not Adequately Controlled on ICS Alone More Likely to Benefit From Advair(R) Than Doubling the Dose of ICS

Findings of Observational Study Presented at American Thoracic Society Annual Meeting RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. and TORONTO, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Patients with asthma not adequately controlled on the inhaled corticosteroid fluticasone propionate (FP) alone exp...

OncoGenex Reports Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...ts receiving first-line chemotherapy, rather than those receiving second-line chemotherapy. The FDA has agreed that the amended protocol adequately addresses the objectives necessary to support a regulatory submission. - In June 2009 the Company was added to the Russell 3000(R) Index,...

SENOMYX ANNOUNCES CORPORATE UPDATE AND SECOND QUARTER 2009 FINANCIAL RESULTS

... useful or cost-effective for formulation into products; Senomyx's ability to compete in the flavor ingredients market may decline if Senomyx does not adequately protect its proprietary technologies; and the current economic environment may negatively impact Senomyx's ability to establish new collaborations and...

Five Questions About Protopic (tacrolimus) Ointment

...al calcineurin (cal-SEE-nur-in) inhibitors (TCIs) can be effective treatments for patients with mild, moderate or severe eczema(3) who fail to respond adequately to first-line prescription treatments, such as topical corticosteroids, or when those treatments are not advisable. Applied to the affected area of sk...

SENOMYX AND FIRMENICH TO COLLABORATE ON DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT AND WORLDWIDE COMMERCIALIZATION OF NOVEL SWEET ENHANCERS

...or ingredients may never be commercially successful; and Senomyx's ability to compete in the flavor ingredients market may decline if Senomyx does not adequately protect its proprietary technologies. These and other risks and uncertainties are described more fully in Senomyx's most recently filed SEC documents,...

AEterna Zentaris Partner, Keryx, Announces Agreement with FDA on a Special Protocol Assessment for Phase 3 Trial with Perifosine (KRX-0401) for the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma

...elapsed/refractory multiple myeloma patients previously treated with bortezomib (VELCADE(R)). The SPA provides agreement that the Phase 3 study design adequately addresses objectives in support of a regulatory submission. The study, entitled, "A Phase 3 Randomized Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Peri...

Endo Pharmaceuticals Reports Strong Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results

...d substances in many of our core products; our exposure to product liability claims and product recalls and the possibility that we may not be able to adequately insure ourselves; our ability to protect our proprietary technology; our ability to successfully implement our in-licensing and acquisition strategy; ...

Sunesis Reports Financial Results for the Second Quarter 2009

... clinical trials, including the pace of enrollment, risks related to the manufacturing of voreloxin, the risk that Sunesis' proprietary rights may not adequately protect voreloxin and the risk that NASDAQ does not permit Sunesis to transfer to The NASDAQ Capital Market and that Sunesis may be subject to delisti...

Studies Presented at International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease Reveal Substantial Economic Costs and Caregiver Burden Associated with Alzheimer's Disease

...se recent findings, it's vital for continued research, measurement, and documentation of the growing burden of care and cost of Alzheimer's disease to adequately provide support for caregivers and assess patient healthcare needs," said Dr. Dale P. Schenk, Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer of...

Health Robotics Expands and Diversifies Global Channel Strategies With Joint-Ventures & Direct Operations

... and if necessary, terminating for cause some of Health Robotics' indirect distribution agreements with companies that might be unwilling or unable to adequately support our customers. "This key milestone to diversify and expand beyond our traditional indirect channels demonstrates the company's maturity...
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System Gold Microbore HPLC from Beckman Coulter

Description:.... Industry demands for benefits like these have led to using microbore chromatography for routine applications. Standard HPLC systems, however, do not adequately satisfy the need to operate with smaller bore columns at lower flow rates....
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Blood

...tion factor concentrates. Many forms of medication (from antibiotics to chemotherapy ) are administered intravenously, as they are not readily or adequately absorbed by the digestive tract. As stated above, some diseases are still treated by removing blood from the circulation. Mythology and religio...

Diabetes mellitus

... and treated. This can occur at the onset of type 2 diabetes as well, especially in young people. When a person is known to have diabetes and is being adequately treated, DKA usually results from omission of insulin, mismanagement of acute gastroenteritis (the "flu"), or an overwhelming new health problem (e....

Hardy-Weinberg principle

...may result in data with many empty possible genotypes and low genotype counts, because there are often not enough individuals present in the sample to adequately represent all genotype classes. If this is the case, then the asymptotic assumption of the chi-square distribution , will no longer hold, and it m...

Kary Mullis

...n the Mind Field he relates experiences that he attributes to space alien visitors. He also claims that the evidence behind astrology has not been adequately appreciated. Kary Mullis is among a scientific minority that claims that there is no sufficient evidence for stating that HIV causes AIDS (see ...

Rudolf Steiner

...es, and with the slow rise of egalitarianism and individualism, the failure adequately to separate economics, politics and culture was felt increasingly as a sour...se to say about spiritual beings. It is rather that Steiner's thinking, if adequately penetrated with one's own active questioning, thinking and feeling, eventua...
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Left atrium

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Immune system

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Adequacy

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