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Infants With Eye Problem Sought For NIH-Sponsored Study Of Congenital Esotropia

...r treatment at anearlier age might be advisable in certain cases." Very rarely does thedisorder ever correct itself. At present, the standard treatment forcongenital esotropia is surgery when the child is between six months and twoyears of age. However, few, if any, of these children develop normalbinocular ...

A Change In Climate May Mean More Than Creaky Joints: Symposium At ESA Annual Meeting Will Examine Linkages Between Ecological Change And Human Health

...,and dysentery could contaminate drinking water if certain landuse changes andecosystem disruptions continue. Patz's research comes up once again, this timeto support the causal relationship between flooding and the degradation ofdrinking water by the likes of Cryptosporidium. The 1993 Milwaukee outbreak o...

Mini-Pill Increases Risk Of Chronic Diabetes In Women With History Of Diabetes During Pregnancy

...ose relative with the disease andbeing a member of certain ethnic groups (including African-American, Latino andNative American) are known risk factors. Without treatment, type-2 diabetes canlead to serious complications including heart disease, stroke, nerve disease,vision problems and kidney failure. Lifes...

Study Captures Images Of Memories Being Formed Within The Human Brain

...fic verbal memory tospecific levels of activity in certain areas of the brain." Anthony Wagner, a postdoctoral research fellow at the MGH-NMR Center andthe Department of Psychology at Harvard University, spearheaded the research andis the article's first author. His study is one of two articles on me...

Novel Therapy To Treat Lung Cancer Patients Enrolling Patients At UCSF Cancer Center

..., in a few patients, some limits on themobility of certain joints, most often the shoulders and hands. Those who are interested in participating in the trial should contact the UCSFCancer Center trial coordinator Greg David at (415) 885-7283....

Brain Regions Identified That Influence What We Remember Or Forget

...vard have been able to show that neuralactivity in certain brain regions predicts what experiences will be rememberedlater. The study at Stanford involved memory for scenic photos while the studyat Harvard involved memory for words. Both are reported in the Aug. 21 issue ofthe journal Science, along with a c...

University Of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) Study: Parents' Wishes, Uncertainty Determine Resuscitation Of Premature Infants

... babies also were apt to be resuscitated. The more certain they were thatthe baby would not survive and be he...reatment is ethically acceptableto try to get more certain of a baby's chance of surviving to lead a reasonablyhealthy life." In most foreign countries...

Study Shows Potential For Quelling AIDS Nerve Pain

...dy, is a small, potent molecule that helpsmaintain certain nerve cells. It also prods those nerve cells to grow and to communicate with other cells. In the study, presented at this year's International AIDS Conference inGeneva, the patients got injections of either a moderate dose of lab-createdNGF,...

Cyclosporin Appears Effective In Treating Heart Disease

...ors merit further study aspotential treatments for certain forms of human heart disease," says Dr.Molkentin. "Because long-term use of cyclosporin may have adverse side effects,different calcineurin inhibitors may need to be developed."...

DNA-Based Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise To Successfully Treat Melanoma In Mice

...tists learned that the immune system can recognize certain proteins oncancer cells, but they have used this knowledge to develop vaccines that mayhelp to prevent cancer recurrence. Now, scientists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York have shownthat a new DNA-based vaccine can successfully t...

Prescription Counseling Necessary For Hospital Patients

... What to avoid, such as sunlight or certain foods; Necessary lifestyle changes, such as diet. The hospital in this study, Grant Medical Center inColumbus, gave patients written prescriptions. The responsibilityfor ...

Treatment For Cancer May No Longer Be As Grim As The Disease

...frequency ablation is already widely used to treat certain heartarrhythmias by destroying wayward pacemaker cells. He says there is no reason itcouldn't be used for other tissue-killing procedures as well. "You can make alesion any-where." Author: Jonathan Knight, San Francisco New Scientist issue 10th Octob...

BioNumerik Reports The Supercomputer Supported Discovery Of New, Non-Toxic Chemotherapy Protecting Agent

...city, vomiting, and bone marrowtoxicity, that pose certain risks and adversely affect the quality of life ofpatients. BioNumerik investigators began their discovery efforts in this areawith the idea that if it were possible to safely increase the total dose or thedose frequency of platinum drugs, this would...

Beyond Pharmaceuticals: Business And Academic Leaders Forecast The Future Of "Combinatorial Chemistry"

...talysts to reveal the most efficientway to combine certain reactants. By using combinatorial methods, he says, heand his coworkers were able to perform 150,000 permutations of a chemicalreaction within a week. "Most combinatorial chemistry is focused on producing compounds, but I use it asa general way to so...

Future Workers Will Receive MSAs

...ed amountrolled over to the following year until a certain amount, perhaps $10,000,accumulates. This money could then be transferred to a retirement fund. In the voucher system, employers would earmark a sum of money for employees tospend on their choice of health insurance coverage. This system, however, ...

Cure Rate Soars For Some AML Patients Receiving High-Dose Drug

...e nearly five times as many patients who have a certain type of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), new research shows. The study revealed that 78 percent of patients with “core binding factor” AML who received the drug cytarabine at high dose were in complete remission five years after ...

How Ritalin Enhances Memory: Clues Provided By Brain Scans of ADHD Patients Using The Drug

... process may involveinhibiting -- or forgetting -- certain knowledge. Disruption of working memory may explain many of the everyday difficultiesindividuals with ADHD encounter, from coping with laborious reading to neverremembering to complete one of multiple unfinished tasks, Dr. Schweitzer says."These find...

WFU And IntraVec To Develop Innovative Cancer And HIV Treatments

...ns for thetreatment and prevention of Hepatitis B, certain cancers, and HIV-AIDS. To helpfund that research, the company plans to develop a "gene screen" used toidentify genes coding for proteins that elicit an immune response. The companywill license the screen to pharmaceutical companies and pharmaceutical...

Study Finds Psychotherapy And Anti-Depressants Equally Effective In Treating Severely Depressed Primary-Care Patients

...sonal psychotherapy for severe major depression in certain situations. They recommend IPT for severe major depression when a patient prefers it, when apatient refuses or cannot tolerate medications. Dr. Schulberg, lead author of the study, notes that "since severelydepressed patients demonstrated e...

Substance Discovered That Induces Hair Follicle Formation In The Mature Skin Cells Of Mice

... follicles can be created from adult skin cells if certain molecular players are induced to act. Beta-catenin performs two very different functions. In adult epithelial cells, it participates in binding neighboring cells together to facilitate cell-cell communication. But during embryogenesis, beta-cateni...

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