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Erectile Dysfunction a Strong Harbinger of Heart Trouble

Studies found having ED increased risk in diabetic men MONDAY, May 19 (HealthDay News) -- Findings from two studies of men with diabetes add to the evidence that erectile dysfunction can be a powerful early warning sign for serious heart disease. A Hong Kong study of 2,306 men with ...

Erectile Dysfunction: A Harbinger of Heart Trouble

Studies link this common problem with vascular disease FRIDAY, Oct. 5 (HealthDay News) -- Few men may realize it, but if they're having problems achieving or sustaining erections, it may signal underlying heart trouble. Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, affects more than 18 millio...

Bally Total Fitness Emerges From Chapter 11 and Closes Transaction with Harbinger Capital Partners Funds

CHICAGO, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bally Total Fitness announced that it has successfully emerged from chapter 11 today as a private company just over two months after filing for bankruptcy protection on July 31, 2007. The restructuring arrangements funded by Harbinger Capital Partners ...

Severe Cold is Harbinger of Infections

New Delhi: Small children and the elderly tend to succumb more to respiratory infections in winter as viruses //multiply faster in cold temperatures. Very cold weather, combined with fog, like the capital has been witnessing for the past week, is "ideal" for certain viruses to spread that cause inf...

Attention Breakdown Is The Harbinger Of Alzheimer's Disease

A new study has found that breakdown in attention plays an important role in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. People in early stages of Alzheimer's disease find it more difficult to shift attention back// and forth between different sources of information. The study, published in the r...

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

...ain injuries. In his book, The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook (New harbinger Publications, 2004), Mason explains that often the biggest hurdle to treati...rogram for Regaining Cognitive Function and Overcoming Emotional Pain (New harbinger Publications) ...

Five Eating Patterns That Worsen Stress

... Adapted from The Binge Eating & Compulsive Overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating (New harbinger Publications, July 2009) by Carolyn Coker Ross, MD, MPH . Dr. Ross is a physician, author, and nationally recognized speaker. She currently i...

THE Aesthetic Show Attracts Record Sponsorship

...acilitates market expansion while maintaining very high level CME standards." Mr. Moretti also views the success of THE Aesthetic Show 2009 as a harbinger of near-term recovery for the cosmetic elective procedure market, which has experienced a significant reduction in procedure volume over the past six ...

Surgical Groups Form 'Operation Patient Access: Quality Surgical Care for All' to Call Attention to Escalating Workforce Shortage

...ellowship programs. Between 2002 and 2007, thoracic surgery has seen a drop of 24 percent in the number of first year trainees. This is a forbidding harbinger of things to come." About Operation Patient Access Operation Patient Access is a collaboration of America's surgical community, including pa...

HRT Shrinks the Brain

...ick said. In the WHI trial, hormones were given to 65-year-old women when, in real life, they are often given to much younger women, which may be a harbinger of good news. "The encouraging thing is that younger women are much less likely to have vulnerable brains," Resnick explained. Indeed, prelimina...
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Mayo Clinic Study Finds Younger Men With Erectile Dysfunction at Double Risk of Heart Disease

...the February 2009 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. The results suggest that younger men and their doctors may need to consider erectile dysfunction a harbinger of future risk of coronary heart disease -- and take appropriate steps to prevent it, says Dr. St. Sauver. "The importance of the study cannot b...
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For some young fish, early gene expression is a clear harbinger of fated lifestyle

As juveniles, individuals of many fish species face a developmental choice that will profoundly affect their future: whether to adopt a sedentary or migratory lifestyle. Sedentary (or "residential") individuals remain in the region of their birth, while their migratory compatriots set forth on l...

Study shows California's autism increase not due to better counting, diagnosis

...es of the genetic causes of autism than on environmental ones. We need to even out the funding," Hertz-Picciotto said. The study results are also a harbinger of things to come for public-health officials, who should prepare to offer services to the increasing number of children diagnosed with autism in the ...

Reef warns of sea level rise

.... Investigators from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (CoECRS) consider the reef ?the most southerly coral reef yet known ?is a harbinger of what could happen again as global CO2 levels and temperatures rise during the 21st century. "We've dated the reef to about 128-125,000 years ag...

Extinctions linked to climate change

...e of unanticipated and complex impacts from climate change. The Central and South American crisis is "an amphibian alarm call," he said, but also is a harbinger of much greater biological disruption. What had been seen as an enigma is now understood as a complex relationship between global warming and major ex...
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Wisconsin IPOs are a harbinger of growing tech economy

Madison, Wis. - For the second time this year, a tech-based company in Wisconsin has announced plans to offer its stock for sale to the public. Called an initial public offering, this kind of business activity is not only important to the companies and investors who are directly involved, but t...

E. coli Outbreak in New Jersey?

...Palisades Medical Center here. Each separately complained of various gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea and diarrhea. A coincidence? Or the harbinger of a brewing epidemic, potentially threatening a larger swath of the Garden State? Fortunately, the onslaught of patients was actually part of a dis...

S.F. biotech incubator ready to hatch

...l form the spark plug," said Bill Evers, a partner with Foley & Lardner and the driving force behind the establishment of the incubator. "It will be a harbinger of things to come. It will be the bell cow for getting business there." Aiming for profits Though incubators have had a track record for fai...

Summertime and the living is anything but easy

... Memorial Day marks the starting gate to summer. It is the harbinger of picnics and beach parties and family vacations. The fashion-conscious know that from now until Labor Day white shoes are "in." The workday gets a l...

The economy has come roaring back or is that roar just a purr?

...ufacturing sector. Thats more new jobs than were produced in any neighboring state during the same period. Construction activity, which is often a harbinger of a robust economy, is growing by leaps and bounds. There were $11 billion worth of construction starts in Wisconsin between May 2003 and April 30, 2...

We're "Jaman": Purpose-driven browsers drive next wave of Web applications

...n reviewing films. While the player is positioned as the desktop component of the Jaman.com service, at the core it's a Web browser. This is also a harbinger of the next wave of applications: purpose-specific browsers that tap the power of a desktop central processing unit to provide a high-performance us...

Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs

...e for one of its bio-energy centers, it should put Wisconsin on the short list. Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: Wisconsin IPOs are a harbinger of growing tech economy Tom Still: Tapping hidden assets: Wisconsin researchers who can create jobs Tom Still: Tech ideas in state budget ...

What does business want from the schools? Some answers may be surprising

.... Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs Tom Still: Wisconsin IPOs are a harbinger of growing tech economy Tom Still: Tapping hidden assets: Wisconsin researchers who can create jobs Tom Still: Tech ideas in state budget ...

Here's why Wisconsin's stem cell patents are being challenged

...ls? Some answers may be surprising Tom Still: Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs Tom Still: Wisconsin IPOs are a harbinger of growing tech economy Tom Still: Tapping hidden assets: Wisconsin researchers who can create jobs Tom Still: Tech ideas in state budget ...

Silver linings in the cloud: America's dearth of STEM students

...ls? Some answers may be surprising Tom Still: Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs Tom Still: Wisconsin IPOs are a harbinger of growing tech economy Tom Still: Tapping hidden assets: Wisconsin researchers who can create jobs Tom Still is president of the Wisconsi...
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