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Neurobehavioral function during coma, stroke rehabilitation effective for elderly

...hink more positively about themselves and work and differs from other CBT programs in that it seeks to enhance social and work function. Stroke patients over 75 receive health benefits from rehabilitation therapy, pg 47 This study assesses the length and efficacy of rehabilitation for stroke patients over...

Allocating antiretrovirals

...ent, they come up with an allocation strategy that differs substantially from the current governmental scheme. KwaZuluNatal has a total of 54 health-care facilities, of which 17 are assigned to allocate antiretrovirals under the current plan. It is the largest province in South Africa, with a population of...

NHLBI study shows smoking cessation programs improve survival

...od Institute (NHLBI), LHS is a landmark study that differs from many other studies of cigarette smoking in that it was a randomized, controlled clinical trial -- considered the gold standard in determining cause and effect; furthermore, the size and duration of LHS enabled it to more accurately measure the r...

Nonhuman primate males more susceptible to age-related cognitive decline than females

...focus our study on determining how cognitive aging differs between the sexes," said Lacreuse. According to Lacreuse, such sex differences have not been studied frequently in humans, and when they have, the data has been inconsistent. In the study, the researchers observed a large group of young and elderly ...

Most adverse events in hospitalized children are preventable

...t the notion that "adverse event risk for children differs significantly from that of adults and suggests that processes, mechanisms and systems that lead to adverse events for children may differ significantly from those for adults," Woods said. She further recommended that research to reduce adverse event...

Pegaptanib provides benefit for neovascular age-related macular degeneration

...eries into new therapies for patients. Pegaptanib differs from current treatments, which are directed at the results of the disease. Current treatments, which employ a drug and laser, are able to slow vision loss, but have not been widely applicable to all patients. Pegaptanib is the first treatment designe...

Study suggests obesity has lesser financial impact on African-Americans

...particularly after age 55," says Wee. The finding differs from that of an earlier study suggesting that the impact of obesity on healthcare cost may lessen in older adults and may predict a precipitous rise in healthcare cost as the population ages. The study examined data collected by the Medical Expenditu...

Non-narcotic treatment for migraines

... the emergency room for treatment. The medication differs from traditional approaches such as narcotics (morphine or Demerol), because it avoids the risk of addiction to painkillers, noted Dr. Brian Rowe, a professor of emergency medicine at the University of Alberta. "There is a tendency for patients with...

News tips from the Journal of Neuroscience

...antoja, and Miguel A. L.Nicolelis Just as behavior differs greatly betweenwaking and sleep states, so too does electrical brain activity, from the fast oscillating pattern of wakefulness to the slower waves of sleep states and then back to the fast activity associated with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Thi...

Three-year health study of teenage girls is underway at Trenton Central High School

...d involving the family and community. Teen Esteem differs from other health programs offered at the school in that it complements and extends the current curriculum while teaching principles to be used over a lifetime. It is especially geared to adolescent girls and focuses on the issues confronting them," ...

Prevalence of human papillomavirus infection differs for men and women

...ransmitted human papillomavirus infection in women differs substantially from that in men who have sex with men, according to a new study published in the December 15 issue of The Journal of Infectious Diseases , now available online. The study, led by Peter V. Chin-Hong of the University of California, San...

Jefferson scientists reveal how some types of rabies invade the brain

...the virus is extremely regulated," he says, which differs from other species."The virus evades immune system recognition" more so than other strains, he notes, which is a "key factor in viral pathogenesis. This basic information will help us understand how the virus invades the central nervous system from a...

PITT, OHSU: When early life stress occurs determines its impact later

...g socioemotional problems, explained Cameron. This differs dramatically from the real-life policies in place in most states where a child is cared for, but not paired with a permanent family a period that can last months - until a final decision is made as to whether they can be returned to their birth fami...

Scientists reveal significant behavioral impacts of early life stress, study therapies

...socioemotional problems," explained Cameron. "This differs dramatically from the real-life policies in place in most states where a child is cared for, but not paired with a permanent family -- a period that can last months -- until a final decision is made as to whether they can be returned to their birth f...

Mothers have brains primed for care

...e mother as soon as possible," Cameron says. "This differs greatly from the policies in place in most states where a child removed from their family (such as a foster child) is cared for, but not paired with a permanent family--a period that can last months--until a final decision is made as to whether they ...

Telephone follow-up does not reduce rehospitalization for low-risk heart failure patients

... capacity, though it may keep beating normally. It differs from heart attack, in which blood flow to the heart muscle itself is restricted. DeBusk and his team studied 462 patients receiving treatment for heart failure at five Kaiser Permanente hospitals in the San Francisco Bay area. Half of the particip...

Modifications to body contouring techniques for post-bariatric patients

...oday discussing how post-bariatric plastic surgery differs from standard body contouring techniques at the ASPS Plastic Surgery 2004 conference in Philadelphia. "When a person loses a large amount of weight in a short period of time, particularly after bariatric surgery, the person has large amounts of extr...

Researchers explore gene treatment to obliterate HIV before it does damage

...dict was that the immune system of adults with HIV differs greatly from that of babies, whose immune systems are not fully formed, and that they should not face the same risk. The criteria for potential study participants are strict at this stage: men and women with HIV who are between ages 18 and 45, on onl...

Largest study of its kind finds male breast cancer on the rise

...ancer in men is rare, little is known about how it differs from breast cancer in women and how it should be best treated. To assess dissimilarity, Giordano and her M. D. Anderson colleagues used information from a National Cancer Institute database called SEER (Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results), w...

Cancer research in Europe: A 'foundation' for the future

.... "The quantity and quality of oncology healthcare differs widely among ESMO member countries. I believe that the ESMO Foundation can help to close this gap," said Prof. Herrmann. In his new role as Chairman of the ESMO Foundation, Heinz Ludwig expressed his gratitude to Merck KGaA and said that "especially...

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