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Wrong dose of heart meds too frequent in children

...ke Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. Most of the harmful errors involved diuretics, used to treat heart failure and lower blood pressure by ridding the body of excess water, and antihypertensive (blood-pressure lowering) drugs, both of which are now widely used in infants with congenital heart dis...

Nature's Healing Nutrition - Healing the Body Naturally

...me that the only way to rid the body of cancer is to subject it to chemotherapy and harmful radiation. NaturesHealingNutrition.com explores methods of ridding the body of cancer using nutrition and harnessing the power of the immune system. In addition to the new series, the site also features articles about...

Vaccine shows therapeutic promise against advanced melanoma

...accines' role in melanoma and in cancer therapy overall. If we can use the body's own defense system to attack tumor cells, we provide a mechanism for ridding the body of cancer without destroying healthy tissue." During their tenure at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Hwu and Douglas Schwartzentrube...

Experts Optimistic About Melanoma Vaccine

...e in melanoma and in cancer therapy overall," Hwu said. "If we can use the body's own defense system to attack tumor cells, we provide a mechanism for ridding the body of cancer without destroying healthy tissue." The vaccine, called gp100:209-217 (200M), works by stimulating T-cells, which control immune...

Science Zeroes In on New Alzheimer's Drug Target

... ridding mice of a key DNA-linked enzyme gave them back their memory, researchers say WEDNESDAY, May 6 (HealthDay News) -- Drugs that control the "...

Mayo Clinic researcher says improved detection of bladder tumors reduces cancer recurrence

...ell when we have removed all the tumor in the bladder," Dr. Mynderse says. "When no fluorescence remains, we really have improved our effectiveness in ridding the patient of the cancer." The American Cancer Society estimated that almost 69,000 new cases of bladder cancer were diagnosed in the U.S. in 2008...

New tests provide new insight into why patients are in heart failure

...c peptide, or BNP, also is being used. As with pro-ANP, a heart experiencing failure makes more BNP, which scientists believe also plays a role in ridding the body of excess fluid and sodium. But experience is showing the drug only helps some patients and MCG researchers suspect their new tests can be...

International Trachoma Initiative and the Task Force for Child Survival and Development Announce New Merger to Eliminate Blinding Trachoma and Fight Against Other Neglected Tropical Diseases

...sively to the elimination of blinding trachoma. "Pfizer is confident that the merger between ITI and the Task Force is a positive step forward in ridding the world of blinding trachoma. Pfizer is pleased with the progress we have made with our partners over the last ten years -- providing over a billio...

Statement by Shelby Knox on the Introduction of the REAL Act

...s a statement by Shelby Knox of Advocates for Youth: The introduction of the Responsible Education About Life (REAL) Act is a first, bold step to ridding the country of the shame-based misinformation that marked by sex education classes in Lubbock, Texas. I was born and raised in a Southern Baptis...

GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare to Reach 85 Percent of the World's Smokers with Quit Aids

... stemming the persistent widespread tobacco use in India. Encouraging the use of cessation aids such as therapeutic nicotine is the next step towards ridding this country of a perilous health issue." The global implications of continued tobacco use are staggering: Tobacco use is th...
Ridding in Medical Technology

For Old or Young Dialysis Patients, AV Fistulas Remain Pure Gold

...lled chronic kidney or end-stage renal disease -- treatment in the form of regular dialysis (or hemodialysis) is needed to replace the kidney's job of ridding the body of toxic waste products to maintain fluid, electrolyte and acid-base balance. A machine is used to filter blood outside one's body, allowing ...
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Lice

...ntion of infection with these tiny, wingless, ... Lice are easily spread — especially by schoolchildren ... Read step-by-step instructions of ridding your household of head lice . ... Adult lice (also called Pediculus humanus capitis) are six-legged, wingless insects ... Dr. Greene explains t...

Head lice

...more often than boys, women more than men. ... Head lice hold on to hair with hook-like claws found at ... Read step-by-step instructions of ridding your household of head lice . ... Adult lice can freely move around a head of hair and travel to another person, ... Information about tr...
Ridding in Biological News

Study shows hope for ridding lakes of clawed invader

The rusty crayfish - a voracious, bullying exotic that has visited ecological havoc on numerous Wisconsin lakes - may have finally met its match. Since its introduction to Wisconsin waters sometime in the 1950s, the crayfish has spread to thousands of lakes and streams, clear cutting the underwa...

Study: Soap And Water Work Best In Ridding Hands Of Disease Viruses

The largest, most comprehensive study ever done comparing the effectiveness of hand hygiene products shows that nothing works better in getting rid of disease-causing viruses than simply washing one’s hands with good old-fashioned soap and water. Among the viruses soapy hand washing flushes down ...

Glutamine supplements show promise in treating stomach ulcers

... develops when the bacteria weakens the stomach's protective mucous coating, damages cells and elicits a robust immune response that is ineffective at ridding the infection." Eventually, she notes, years of infection result in a combination of persistent gastritis, cell damage and an environment conducive to...

For old or young dialysis patients, AV fistulas remain pure gold

...ilcalled chronic kidney or end-stage renal diseasetreatment in the form of regular dialysis (or hemodialysis) is needed to replace the kidney's job of ridding the body of toxic waste products to maintain fluid, electrolyte and acidbase balance. A machine is used to filter blood outside one's body, allowing b...

Moving in for the winter toxic brown recluse spiders pose danger

...nd around the home and sealing boxes are important ways to reduce the chance of a large brown recluse population in a home. Bug sprays do not work for ridding a home of brown recluse spiders. Like many spiders, they have long hairs on the bottom of their feet that enable them to walk across treated surfaces ...

Mounting evidence shows red wine antioxidant kills cancer

...oduces insulin and regulates sugar, and pumps or channels powerful digestive enzymes into the duodenum. This natural pumping process, however, ends up ridding the needed chemotherapy from cells in the pancreas. But just as reseveratrol interferes with the cancer cells' energy source, it also may decrease the...

Maggots rid patients of MRSA

... University of Manchester researchers are ridding diabetic patients of the superbug MRSA - by treating their foot ulcers with maggots. Professor Andrew Boulton and his team used green bottle fly lar...

Wheat can fatally starve insect predators

...'t absorb nutrients from the plant, causing the insects starve, Williams said. Some Hessian fly larvae, which are called virulent, are capable of ridding their bodies of lectin and surviving. Avirulent larvae are unable to deactivate the lectin. However, the researchers believe that plants resistan...

UC Davis study finds HIV hiding from drugs in gut, preventing immune recovery

...0 percent of the body's immune system. Restoring its function is crucial to ridding the body of the virus." Results of the study suggest that patients bein...In these patients the gut is acting as a viral reservoir that keeps us from ridding patients of the virus." Physicians treating HIV-infected patients have...

Wisconsin scientists grow two new stem cell lines in animal cell-free culture

...hich is reported today (Jan. 1, 2006) in the journal Nature Biotechnology, helps move stem cells a small step closer to clinical reality by completely ridding the culture medium in which they are grown of animal products that could harbor viruses or other deleterious agents. Successfully growing living ce...
Ridding in Biological Technology

LF Elimination Program Treats Over Half Billion People and Protects Millions More From Debilitating Disease

...rms that in the ten years since its initiation, the international effort to eliminate lymphatic filariasis (LF) has made unprecedented strides towards ridding the world of one of its most debilitating diseases. The study found that the LF elimination program has prevented 6.6 million children from acquiring ...

Video and Photo: Tekturna HCT(R), a Single-tablet Combination of Tekturna(R)* and a Diuretic, Receives US Approval for Treatment of High Blood Pressure

...known. By reducing the effects of renin, Tekturna helps blood vessels to widen so blood pressure is lowered. Diuretics work to lower blood pressure by ridding the body of unneeded water and salt, but are also known to increase PRA. "Most patients need at least two medicines to control their high blood pres...

Stem cell breakthrough by UW shows why federal research should be broadened

...ture Biotechnology, is scientifically important because it shows stem cell lines can be grown successfully without animal contamination. By completely ridding the culture medium (a blend of nutrients, hormones, growth factors and blood serum) of animal cells, stem cell research has moved a step closer to cli...

Why the Senate should ease stem cell restrictions

...nes WA 15 and WA 16 in January, other researchers took notice. The discovery underscores why it's time to lift the 2001 restrictions. By completely ridding the culture medium (a blend of nutrients, hormones, growth factors, and blood serum) of animal cells, stem cell research moved a step closer to clinic...

Directors more assertive in corporate governance

... up to speed, it changed outside auditors, it separated the role of CEO and chairman, and it instituted a whistle-blower program. After systematically ridding the company of the problem children, it has met Sarbanes-Oxley requirements for two consecutive years, and now Motorola is paying $3.9 billion for t...
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