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Challenges To Native American Health Care Even More Profound Than Those Facing The U.S. Health System In General

...stead of theIndian Health Service. The move toward assumption of responsibility for thedelivery of services has coincided with tighter resource constraints. Fifty-sixpercent of Native Americans and Alaska Natives live in large metropolitan areasyet current funding of Urban Indian Health programs meet only an es...

Mice Free Of Anxiety By A Deficient Stress Hormone Receptor--A Hint For A NewTherapeutic Regimen In The Treatment Of Depression And Anxiety

...th depression. These findings have now led to the assumption that new drugs which suppressCRHR1 function might be able to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety inpatients. The clinical use of CRH-antagonists could therefore lead to a fasterand more effective therapeutic response than classical antidepressa...

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

... Efforts at HIV education have proceeded under the assumption that educationleads to a change in behavior - a conclusion that ought to be verified, say theauthors. They also observe that evaluation tools covered in academic literaturefrequently don't credit the full value of intervention, often overlooking them...

NYU Anthropologist Says Female Statuettes From Ice-Age Europe Were Carved To Protect Health Of Pregnant Mothers

...ldbirth. White'sfindings contradict the long-held assumption that the main intent of thesestatuettes was to promote fertility. White's findings are based on a comprehensive examination of some 100 femalestatuettes that were carved in Europe between 30,000 and 20,000 years ago. Thestatuettes were excavated from...

Children Of The Great Depression By Glen H. Elder, Jr.

... loss of status andauthority, some mothers' forced assumption of domestic dominance; some childrenwere thrust into early employment or household responsibility, and somedeveloped mixed or negative images of their beleaguered parents. Yet theymanaged well on the whole, not least because in life as in politics an...

UF Researchers Cite Possible Link Between Autism, Schizophrenia And Diet

...r genes that havesparked interest," he added. "The assumption is that it is not a singlegene disorder but rather a polygenic disorder. Given that, it means notonly does one have to figure out what the genes are but also what they doand their relative contribution to the symptoms of the disorder. This isnot unus...

Marijuana Not A Factor In Driving Accidents

...alization of marijuanafor medical use. "There's an assumption that because marijuana is illegal, itmust increase the risk of an accident. We should try to just stick to thefacts." Smiley presented her findings at a symposium of the American Academy of ForensicSciences in Florida in February. Her paper was also...

Patients May Not Be Receiving The Highest Quality Of Care

...In all cases, however, physicians workingunder the assumption of the most restrictive managed care plan said the...r fewer services than physicians working under the assumption of afee-for-service plan. For example, one of the scenarios depicted a 56 year-old-woman suffering f...

New Technique Induces Growth Across Spinal Cord Injury

...d his colleague Simona Neumann, PhD, questionedthe assumption that environment made the key difference. "Perhaps, we thought,the question should be whether or not the cell was receiving molecular signalsfrom the injury site to stimulate regenera-tion. Maybe damage to the centralbranch does not switch on these...

Discussion about learning processes reopens

...on in the human brain. It has been a long-standing assumption that boththe number of nerve cells and their connections in the human brain areimmutable. However, over the past decades a growing body of evidence revealedthat even the adult brain is able to reorganize and optimize its microstructureand internal co...

PSA testing alone cannot fully explain drop in deaths from prostate cancer

...led with the increase in PSA screening,the natural assumption was that the dip in deaths could be attributed to thetest. To test this hypothesis, Etzioni collaborated with researchers at the NationalCancer Institute to construct a computer model that would estimate the number ofdeaths prevented by PSA testing ...

MGH study shows mitral valve prolapse not a stroke risk factor

...eflected the backward motion of a prolapse. That assumption was incorporated into a set of diagnostic criteria for mitralvalve prolapse, which also included the presence of clicks and murmurs audiblethrough a stethoscope. When researchers used those criteria to analyze theprevalence of mitral valve prolapse a...

Dartmouth researchers urge caution in communicating results to public

...comparisonreported was incorrect, and the implicit assumption -- that cardiaccatheterization always represents t...ment andanything less was deemed inappropriate, an assumption the authors say isunfounded. "It is tempting to place the blame for what went wrong in the coverage...

NYU researcher unveils the scientist in painter Chuck Close

... which Pelli credits to Close, refutes the age-old assumption that shapeis seen the same way at all sizes. Pelli's data were collected at the Chuck Close Retrospective, when it was at theMuseum of Modern Art in New York City in the spring of 1998. (The retrospectiveis now at the Hayward Gallery in London, July...

Study examines STDs among women-to-women sex partners

...s, Marrazzo says. "There's a general assumption that sex between women is not as risky assex between women and men," Marrazzo says. "Some people do believe that theyare not at risk for STDs." Marrazzo and nurse practitioner Kathleen Stine began theLesbian/Bisexual Women's Health Study aft...

How psychology helps improve medical decision making

...ectively, achieves this. This challenges the usual assumption in medical education that the process of knowledge acquisition for decision making increases linearly as a function of expertise. Research into decision-making strategies of expert physicians has shown that they use data-driven heuristics when solvin...

Study finds some bottled water has more bacteria and less fluoride than tap water

...e and Ayers conclude, "use of bottled water on the assumption of purity can be misguided." For Lalumandier, who heads the Department of Community Dentistry at the dental school, the low fluoride content of most bottled water is a significant concern. The use of fluoridated water is a major factor in the preven...

Welfare to work does not improve mental health

... has on their health. But this research shows that assumption may be incorrect." The research is based on data collected before the 1996 welfare reform legislation limiting the amount of time a person can receive benefits. Kneipp, who received her doctorate in nursing science in 1998 from the University...

Imperial statistician estimates size of French BSE epidemic

... BSE incidence from 1987 to 1996, estimated on the assumption of complete reporting, is difficult to explain." She estimates that 100 infected animals will have been slaughtered for consumption during 2000 in France, with the slaughter of 52 of these estimated to have occurred within 12 months of the clinical o...

Interpretations of brain activity based on cognitive theories fail to recognize background neuronal firing

... study by a Yale researcher concludes."There is an assumption made in the use of PET scans and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) that the brain works only when you give it a task to do," said Robert Shulman, Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. "What I show here is that the br...

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(Date:10/30/2014)... Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter ... common plastics, chemical during pregnancy may have effects on genital ... found that baby boys born to moms with greater exposure ... anogenital distance -- the space between the genitals and anus. ... a marker of exposure to androgens ("male" hormones) during pregnancy. ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... (HealthDay News) -- Eating a low-carb, high-fat diet could ... to new research. A review of five ... that focuses on foods like bacon, eggs, heavy cream, ... in adults whose condition doesn,t improve with medication. ... people with epilepsy whose seizures are not stopped by ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... care respects the fact that a patient,s body ... treatment. Over a third of cancer patients experience ... their conditions. And, increasingly, care providers are exploring ... navigate mental health challenges. A University of Colorado ... Psycho-Oncology asks an important question: after ...
(Date:10/29/2014)... – Many of the women at first acted surprised. Some ... researchers why they had not used the study products assigned ... trial that, as a likely consequence, did not find any ... , The women were among 127 former VOICE participants ... agreed to take part in in-depth interviews and/or focus group ...
(Date:10/28/2014)... the inner and outer body and organ surfaces in ... pancreas and in the inner ear," said Moritz Gegg. ... BBs and are precisely positioned on many of these ... movements be coordinated so precisely that for example mucus ... be perceived from sensory inner ear hair cells," added ...
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