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Researchers To Investigate Years Before Menopause

...metabolic remains of four hormones linked with the monthly female reproductive cycle -- estrogen, progest...icating the starting and ending dates of their monthly periods. Annual health surveys are done each year and include information on births, abortions, ...

Reanalysis Of International Data Finds Sharp Decline In Sperm Density

...er issue of Environmental Health Perspectives, the monthly scientificjournal published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Since the early 1930's, there has been considerable interest in decliningsemen quality as a key predictor of male reproductive dysfunction. The vastmajorit...

Whitaker Awards $6.8 Million For Biomedical Engineering Education

...aduate research assistants. Five new courses and a monthly series of seminars in tissue engineering are also planned. The laboratory will focus its research on computational modeling, including cell- and tissue-level investigations of bone growth and remodeling. The University of Wisconsin-Madison will ...

Even Moderate Air Pollution Reaching Eastern Wilderness Decreases Mountain Hikers' Lung Function

...ary issue ofEnvironmental Health Perspectives, the monthly journal of the National Instituteof Environmental Health Sciences. The study evaluated the effects of ozone and other air pollutants,including fine particulate matter and suspended acid droplets, on the lungfunction of 530 nonsmokers hiking o...

Good Ergonomics Is Good Economics

...n, safety principles and body mechanics, CTDs, and monthly safety meetings; (b) a stretching, exercise and conditioning program; (c) the hiring of an ergonomics advisor; and (d) specialized training on ergonomics and workstation setup for machine maintenance workers and industrial engineers, the Red Wing Sho...

Researchers Investigate Years Before Menopause

...metabolic remains of four hormones linked with the monthly female reproductivecycle -- estrogen, progesterone...s indicating the starting andending dates of their monthly periods. Annual health surveys are done each yearand include information on births, abortions, misca...

Intake Of Acetaminophen Increases Risk Of Excessive Anticoagulation In Patients Taking Warfarin

... Patients on long-term treatment usually have a monthly blood test called the INR(international normalized ratio) to measure their levels of anticoagulation. The MGH team surveyed 289 patients from the hospital's anticoagulation unitwithin 24 hours of a regular outpatient INR test. Among these patients, ...

Global Warming Would Foster Spread Of Dengue Fever Into Some Temperate Regions

...998 issue of Environmental HealthPerspectives, the monthly journal of the National Institute of EnvironmentalHealth Sciences. Most of the new areas of increased potential risk were predicted to betemperate regions that currently border on endemic zones. These fringe areasrepresent places where human...

American Heart Association Journal Report: Gene Therapy Findings Updated: Treatment Used In Patients With Blocked Leg Vessels

...ight weeksafter initiation of the treatment and at monthly intervals thereafter. Co-authors are Iris Baumgartner, M.D.; Ann Pieczek, R.N.; Richard Blair,M.D.; Orit Manor Ph.D.; Marianne Kearney, B.S. and Kenneth Walsh, Ph.D....

International Study Finds Mothers' Lifetime Lead Exposures May Put Breast-Fed Newborns At Risk

...ber issue ofEnvironmental Health Perspectives, the monthly journal of the National Instituteof Environmental Health Sciences. The study was co-funded by NIEHS and theNational Institutes of Health's Office of Research on Minority Health. "We should point out that breast feeding is still an important option...

Untangling The Protein Folding Problem

...pecial edition of Accounts of Chemical Research, a monthly peer-reviewed journal published by the American Chemical Society, the world'slargest scientific society. The special report, due out in print on Nov. 18,includesresults of research done at laboratories in England, Sweden and the U.S. Protein fo...

Dartmouth Medical School Researchers Discover Heavy Metal Contamination In Northern Mexico

...ril issue of Environmental HealthPerspectives, the monthly journal of the National Institute of EnvironmentalHealth Sciences. "This is one of the most heavily contaminated residential areas in theWestern Hemisphere and it has never been studied," says James Sargent, MD, aprincipal author of the stud...

Blocking the binge: UF researchers explore for uncontrolled eating

...One had more than a 25 percent decrease in average monthly bingeepisodes, and two other patients had an initial decrease of more than 50percent, but their binge frequency increased over time. One showed little or noimprovement. The study participants were all women who had additional psychologicalconditions,...

Hepatitis C is not a 'silent disease'

...s colleagues inthe August issue of HEPATOLOGY, the monthly peer-reviewed journal of the American Association for theStudy of Liver Diseases (AASLD). "This study is the first to link the clinical success of new combination therapies for hepatitis C tohow much patients are helped in their everyday lives. Thos...

New mouse model could be key to understanding role of folic acid in preventing birth defects

...e Oct. 1 issue of NatureGenetics, an international monthly journal about research in genetics. "We know folic acid supplementation prevents birth defects, but we don't haveany clue just how that comes about. It's a black box," said Richard Finnell,Ph.D., director of the Center for Human Molecular Genetics, U...

Fears over ICSI largely groundless say fertility experts

...ess-release/april.pdf 2. Human Reproduction is a monthly journal of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. Please acknowledge Human Reproduction as a source. 3. The study was supported by grants from the Gteborg Medical Society and the Regional Authority of West Sweden. 4. Printed tex...

Common spices protect bacteria during irradiation

...f Agricultural and Food Chemistry, a peer-reviewed monthly publication of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. The finding that the spices protect some bacteria against irradiation was "contrary to expectations," according to the article. "The observed protection of microb...

Researchers develop tastier low-fat cheddar

...he Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The monthly peer-reviewed journal is published by the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. Developed by scientists at the University of Minnesota, the low-fat cheddar is derived from a blend of three bacterial starter cultures. The ...

65 years of women's menstrual cycles detailed

...participants record the first and last day of each monthly period, and annually or biannually complete a health survey form listing events that might have affected their menstrual cycles such as pregnancies, births, miscarriages, surgeries, or birth control. Since 1990, they also have recorded how much men...

Global diagnosis completed of ocean regions most sensitive to an iron-rich diet

...e weather observations. An annual cycle of average monthly dust deposition maps was produced using three year...were analyzed for a relationship with SeaWiFS 1998 monthly maps of ocean phytoplankton productivity. The areas where the correlation between iron deposition an...

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