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Unique Interactive Health Kiosks Distributed In Michigan

... to get a print-out that will give them a personal plan of action, tailored to their specific needs. Strecher says there are also plans to localize the information available at a given location. For example, a person using the prostate screening channel could be made aware of free screenings or health f...

Researchers Study 'Natural' Screen For Cancer

...icand were able to detect one case of cancer. They plan to continue their work onhamsters. Once cancer has been identified, "photodynamic-treatment " once again,using light rays to target the cells can help kill the disease. An orangelight forces hypericin to release oxygen "singlets" and decompo...

Heart Attack Survivors Can Lower Stroke Risk By Taking Cholesterol-Lowering Drug, Study Says

...tatin in CARE. Researchers who designed 4S did not plan to testsimvastatin's effectiveness in stroke, but in 1994 they reported a retrospectiveanalysis that showed fewer strokes in patients getting simvastatin. CARE, however, did include stroke reduction as a secondary part of itsinvestigation. Pl...

Cost, Use Of Health Services Is Not Affected By Physician Compensation: A StudyOf Washington State Medical Groups/Managed Care Organizations

...id so on a salaried basis.Through a survey of 1994 plan enrollment and utilization data, researchersidenti...s. These included patient's age and gender, health plan benefit level and physicianage. Most notable of these findings were a 78 percent increase in yearly...

Research Offers New Tool In Fight Against Prostate Cancer

...em to quickly and confidently change the treatment plan when it'sineffective---and presumably improve the patient's quality of life as a result. The U-M researchers studied 62 men with advanced prostate cancer and found thatthose whose PSA level declined 50 percent or more after eight weeks ofchemotherapy...

Health Workers May Experience Costly Dislocation As Health Spending Growth Slows

...n" says Fein. Affected communities need to plan ahead for downsizing, involvingelected officials, community representatives, and the interested parties in theplanning process. In the past, health sector growth has provided abundant new jobs for relatively unskilled workers, especially important fo...

Cost-Effective Treatment Possible In Africa For HIV-Positive Pregnant Women If Drug Prices Lowered

... he added. Glaxo Wellcome also has announced its plan to reduce AZT prices for verticaltransmission prevention in low-income countries to about 25 percent ofindustrial world prices, according to Marseille. "These events open the way forlarge-scale drug interventions because we now know that these thera...

Compound In Meat Prevents Diabetes, Study Suggests

...fferent directions. Belury, Peck and Vanden Heuvel plan to begin human trials on CLA and its effects on diabetes as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Houseknecht plans additional animal studies to determine how CLA regulates glucose metabolism. "Our next step will be to see if the weight loss is real and susta...

First Patients Enrolled In NIH Clinical Trial On Effects Of Marijuana In HIV Patients

...elp us provide better treatment to patients and to plan futureclinical research protocols." Co-researchers are Morris Schambelan, MD, UCSF professor of medicine,director of the GCRC at SFGH and co-investigator on the study; KathleenMulligan, PhD, UCSF assistant professor of medicine, GCRC; Neal Benowitz,M...

New Treatment Targets Most Malignant Brain Tumors

..., saidHenry Friedman. The researchers also plan to broaden the treatment by including patientswho ...ler tumors. Bigner and his colleagues also plan to improve the monoclonal antibody,creating versions that remain stable longer in the body, or are s...

International Panel Evaluates Testing For Drug Resistance In HIV

...sistentto antiviral drugs may be useful in helping plan treatment strategies, but moreinformation is neede...ding of how resistancetests eventually may help us plan and implement better drug therapy regimens." Other members of the panel are Brian Conway, MD, of St...

HIV Patients' Mental Health Affects How Seriously They Take Treatment

...tion and treat it, Holzemer said. Researchers also plan to find ways tohelp patients feel more actively involved in their own care in hopes that theywill take it more seriously as a result, Holzemer said. The study, one of the largest ever on the subject, used a survey to assess themental and emotional st...

Three INEEL Inventions Win International Recognition

... inserts for the consortium'sevaluation phase, and plan to scale up to 6-inch and ultimately 12-inch insertsfabricated with multiple spray nozzles and robotic manipulation," said McHugh. Cereal Killers The Malt-based Antimicrobial is a naturally occurring biopesticide derived frommalted cereal grains. ...

DFG To Fund Four New Research Units

... as well. Among other things, the scientists also plan to use the satellite-based GPS positioning system. At Chemnitz Technical University the DFG will set up the research unit "New media in everyday life: from individual use to sociocultural change". Psychologists, computer scientists, linguists and ...

Lewin Study Confirms Diabetes Treatment Centers of Americas Diabetes NetCareSM Program Improves Health Status, Reduces Medical Costs

...g all of the healthcare needs of all of the health plan members with diabetes -- regardless of theseverity of the disease. Diabetes NetCareSM's approach is predicated on theNational Institutes of Health's landmark Diabetes Control and ComplicationsTrial (DCCT). The DCCT proved more than four years ago t...

A Concentration Killer: Study Shows Brain Chemistry Defect Is Key To Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder In Adults

...ssion. In future studies, the researchers plan to determine the affect of ageon the finding. "We...isorder," says Ernst. The researchers also plan to examine the role of gender since thedisease affects more males than females. In addition, they a...

Epilepsy Drug Found To Stop Cocaine's Effects In Animals

...ing." Later this year, Brookhaven and NYU plan to begin a clinical trial totest GVG's effect on volunteer human cocaine addicts. Other institutions arealso planning clinical trials. The animal research was sponsored by DOE's Office of Energy Research andthe National Institute of Mental ...

University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center Researchers Awarded Grant To Fight Leukemia Recurrence

...enetically change the tumor cell." The researchers plan to extract tumor cells from a patient, culture them, andthen using a virus as a transfer agent, will introduce human genes into thecell. The genes are selected for their ability to generate an immune responsetoward cancer cells. The cultured cells t...

Study Ties Cerebral Palsy To Inflammation And Blood-Clotting Abnormalities

...irmed in a largerpopulation. The researchers also plan to study levels of cytokines andcoagulation factors in very low birthweight babies, who are at greatly increasedrisk of developing CP. Because combinations of cytokines and coagulationfactors may act differently than single factors alone, future res...

AIDS Prevention: Does It Work? Paper Suggests New Way To Assess Prevention Programs

... to policymakers who must maketactical choices and plan budgets to slow the spread of the AIDS virus. The Challenge The study addresses a conundrum facing researchers: Since it is impossible toknow how many cases of HIV would have occurred in the absence of concertedprevention efforts, how does one coun...

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(Date:4/14/2014)... orphaned by HIV/AIDS in South Africa may provide insight ... behavior issues in other areas of the world, which ... that could lead to successful interventions. , A ... United Nations mentions that due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, ... African, children are at an increased risk for mental ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... A new study shows that moderate to severe ... risk of stroke, cancer and death. , Results of ... to severe obstructive sleep apnea were four times more ... times more likely to have a stroke (HR = ... (HR = 3.4), and 2.5 times more likely to ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... Dallas study involving serious youth offenders, the answer to one ... seven years: "How long do you think you,ll live?", According ... offending over time., Author Dr. Alex Piquero said the study ... of them offend at very high rates and commit more ... much later in life offend much less., "In a lot ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... with symptoms increasing dramatically during some of the most important ... has found. , Depressive symptoms increased on average by 68 ... young men, who were around 25 years old when they ... their children. The results of the study were published April ... is the first to identify when young fathers are at ...
(Date:4/14/2014)... Lower weight babies and babies who aren,t breastfed ... risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health ... study. , "There were good reasons to hypothesize ... inflammation in adulthood," says Thomas McDade (Northwestern University), ... in the Child & Brain Development program. "It ...
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