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Emory Doctors Discuss "Killing Heat" In This Week's NEJM

... "...fans are useless when heat and humidity reach dangerous levels." Based on their assessments of community response to the Chicago heat wave of 1995 and the Memphis, Tenn., heat wave of 1980, Dr. Kellermann and Dr. Todd make the following suggestions: "Since access to air-conditioning for even a few ho...

Routine Dental X-ray May Be A Valuable Tool In Stroke Prevention

...cture of dental health also can detect potentially dangerous calcium deposits in the carotid arteries, the large vessels on both sides of the neck that supply blood to the brain. In a review of dental X-rays, they detected calcifications in the carotid arteries -- a sign of advanced atherosclerosis, a m...

Researchers Gain Insights Into Drugs Used For Manic-Depression

...drugs may achieve a desiredoutcome without causing dangerous side effects. Some three million Americans suffer from bipolar disorder,consisting of major bouts of depression followed by episodes of mania thatmay lead to disastrous decisions and actions. As many as one in fivemanic-depressives commits s...

Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine By U-M Researcher Is 93% Effective

...incooler nasal passages and did not mutate to more dangerous forms. From 1973 tothe present, in collaboration with NIAID and more recently, with Aviron, Maassabhas been refining the vaccine and proving that it is not virulent to humans. Aviron expects to file an application with the Food and Drug Adm...

Combination Of Interventions Are Found To Be Most Effective In Improving Driving Behavior Among Teenagers

...o make young drivers(15-20 year olds) aware of the dangerous environment in which theywill be driving and also be aware of their own risk-takingbehaviors. Some of the consequence interventions (penalties that occurafter a behavior has occurred, like police enforcement of illegaldriving activities - speedi...

Cancer Protection Compound Abundant In Broccoli Sprouts

... enzymes. These enzymesneutralize highlyreactive, dangerous forms of cancer-causing chemicals before they can damage DNAandpromote cancer. Sulforaphane "is a very potent promoter of Phase 2 enzymes," says JedFahey, plantphysiologist and manager of the Brassica Chemoprotection Laboratory at Hopkins,and ...

Diuretic Drugs May Have Clot-Busting Effects

...phrine -- and thereby help prevent theformation of dangerous blood clots, says the study's lead author, WarrenLockett, M.D., professor of medicine and endocrinology at Wayne State UniversitySchool of Medicine, Detroit. "The goal of treatment should not be limited to the reduction of bloodpressure but, ...

Widely Used Therapy May Not Be Effective In Treatment Of Acute Stroke

...s stroke. Unfortunately, heparin has potentially dangerous side effects, such as anincreased risk of bleeding. The LMW heparins and heparinoids are neweranticoagulants which are effective in preventing deep vein thrombosis (largevein blood clots) in stroke patients and they appear safer than unfractionatedhe...

Advisory: Nasal Spray Influenza Vaccine

...in cooler nasalpassages and did not mutate to more dangerous forms. From 1973 to the present,in collaboration with NIAID and more recently with Aviron, Maassab has beenrefining the vaccine and proving that it is not virulent to humans. He is currently in the Phase 1 trial of a cold-adapted respiratory syncyti...

Products For Weight Loss Or Increased Energy Can Be Deadly, Warn Poison Control Experts

... said. "Many contain active ingredients thatcan be dangerous to certain individuals because of their current healthcondition or because of medications they are taking. Any person consideringusing one of these products should consult a physician first." Since January 1, CPCS has been monitoring its calls about...

New Data Show Dangerous Interaction Between Blood Pressure Drugs

... drugsand caused many other drugs to accumulate to dangerous levels. The authors write: "In response to [the four case reports] and similarcases, Roche Laboratories issued a supplemental letter on June 12, 1998, toadvise a delay of seven days after discontinuation of mibefradil beforebeginning therapy with mo...

Policy Methods For Eliminating Child Labor

...n under age 15 often work long hours, sometimes in dangerous industrial environments, in many Asian, African and South American countries. In their journal article, Basu, the Carl Marks Professor of International Studies, and Van argue that most parents send their children to work as a response to poverty. Con...

The Problem With Fen-Phen

... Because of omissions on drug labels, similarly dangerous side effectsmay result from pairing antidepressant...That the two drugs taken in tandem would lead to a dangerous excess ofserotonin would have been obvious to any physician or pharmacist who knew thatphentermine i...

Alzheimers Disease Could Soon Be Treated With Nose Drops

...out, the odd anatomyof the olfactory system can be dangerous because it provides a way for someviruses, such as herpes, to sneak into the brain. In one study, even tiny goldparticles sprayed into the noses of monkeys were traced along the olfactorynerves and into the animals' brains. So Frey and his co...

Jefferson Physician Warns Further Study Of DHEA's Safety Needed

...pervised use of this hormone may eventually prove dangerous to some people, while its beneficial effects are at best unproved. Many people over 50 take DHEA, thinking that a little won't hurt, and it could possibly help to improve their sense of well-being. He estimates that more than 1 million people in th...

Candles with lead wicks emit lead into the air

...ave either lead or lead cores that emitpotentially dangerous levels of lead into the air. The study is by Jerome Nriagu, a professor of environmental health sciences, whoexamined lead emissions from 15 different brands of candles made in the UnitedStates, Mexico and China. He also examined the concentration l...

University Of Pittsburgh Chosen By NCI As One Of Three Pioneer Sites ForBiocombinatorial Chemistry Research

...maging other healthy cells andpotentially creating dangerous side effects," added Dr. Lazo. This new approach to drug discovery combines university expertise ingenomics (the discovery and classification of new genes), chemical design andsynthesis, biochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, computer model...

Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Leads To Lower Child IQ Scores, Language Skills

...ysteria about cocaine devastation, and it would be dangerous forthe pendulum to swing to the other side and say the effects aren't there orthey are all environmental." Editors: Lester can be reached at (401) 453-7640....

6,000 Pharmaceutical Scientists Convene November 15-19 In San Francisco

... and can have unsightly, even dangerous side effects. The latest research shows that using DHEA can lead to facial hair growth, acne and osteoporosis in women or prostate cancer in men. After testing 16 mainstream DHEA products, researchers found t...

World's Premier Pharmaceutical Scientists Share Latest R&D Findings

...erted to testosterone and can have unsightly, even dangerous side effects. The latest research shows that using DHEA can lead to facial hair growth, acne and osteoporosis in women or prostate cancer in men. After testing 16 mainstream DHEA products, researchers found that only half actually met manufacturers...

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