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Monitoring life, one breath at a time

...de gas in a person's breath, revealing respiratory diseases in children and adults, and allowing anesthesiologists to monitor a patient's breathing during surgery. In the field, emergency responders may be able to use the new sensor to verify proper breathing tube placement, monitor the patient's respiratory...

Northwestern Memorial Hospital testing new procedure for patients with major depression

...r brain mapping studies, diagnosis of neurological diseases and for research into a number of neurological and psychiatric conditions. The Northwestern research study will be open to participants who are 18 to 70 years old, have been diagnosed with major depression as defined by the DSM-IV and have demonstr...

Taking pills, even if placebo, predicts better survival in heart failure

...ors of clinical outcomes for patients with complex diseases like heart failure," said Bradi Granger, Ph.D., who presented the results of the Duke analysis Nov. 9, 2004, at the American Heart Association's annual scientific sessions in New Orleans. "Our finding that adherence to a placebo was an important and ...

Weizmann Institute receives $8 million grant from Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute

...or methods of detection, diagnosis and therapy for diseases associated with tobacco smoke. The new center will focus on lung cancer research with an emphasis on instances of the disease caused by second-hand and mainstream tobacco smoke, as well as patient care issues. Importantly, CARE on Lung Cancer will ...

IgG treatment during pregnancy reduces severity of rare, recurring liver condition in newborns

...currence, which is similar to the known alloimmune diseases hydrops fetalis due to Rh incompatibility and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia. Treatment with IgG has been found effective in the treatment of these alloimmune blood disorders, so Whitington proposed its use in NH. The positive results of the...

Close control of blood pressure associated with fewer eye problems in patients with type 2 diabetes

...eases the risk of microvascular disease (including diseases of the eye like retinopathy, which can affect vision), and reducing blood pressure has been known to reduce the risk of microvascular disease. David R. Matthews, F.R.C.P., of the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism, Churchill ...

Smoking cessation can improve survival among patients with severe COPD

...sion is to promote the prevention and treatment of diseases of the chest through leadership, education, research, and communication. For more information about the ACCP, please visit the ACCP Web site at http://www.chestnet.org ....

New compounds effective against Alzheimer's disease onset and progression

...e potential treatment of certain neurodegenerative diseases that are characterized by neuroinflammation and ne...n that is gradually destroyed in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's. The Northwestern investigators are now seeking to raise the funding necessary ...

Perfect pitch, portable bone-health monitor

...device for noninvasive assessment of bone for such diseases as osteoporosis. In a clinical study of 60 women ranging in age from 25-88, the device used ultrasound to measure bone mass in the women's heels. The researchers hope the low-cost, handheld device could be used by primary care physicians globally, i...

NIH recognizes IU as leader in STD research

...eria and viruses responsible for the genital ulcer diseases herpes and chancroid to determine how they cause ulcers and on interactions between these agents of STI and the human immunodeficiency virus research on how human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer The grant also helps fund the center's administ...

Mayo Clinic discovers one mechanism for why men and women differ in immune response

... the immune system to treat such immune-deficiency diseases as AIDS. * improve vaccines. * decrease the time needed to reconstitute the immune system after bone marrow transplantation. * protect cancer patients who are receiving immunotherapy treatments or who are vulnerable to infection as a result of chemot...

Longterm immune memory cells cells do not develop during chronic viral infections

...e same virus. Individuals who acquire immunity to diseases such as measles, yellow fever, smallpox, or polio, either through exposure or vaccination, often are capable of retaining that immunity for many years or for an entire lifetime. Dr. Ahmed and his colleagues discovered in previous research that foll...

The anti-arthritic effects of bee venom

... of great benefit in degenerative and inflammatory diseases such as RA," concludes Dr. Hong. "The extent of inhibitory effects of melittin in most parameters determined in the present study is similar to or greater than bee venom itself, suggesting that melittin may be a major causative component in the phar...

Pitt researchers identify biomarkers of lupus which could lead to quicker and better diagnosis

...manifestations of lupus often mimic those of other diseases makes it difficult to diagnose." It is not u...onfirmed to have lupus, 133 patients who had other diseases and conditions including myositis, systemic sclerosis, hepatitis and rheumatoid arthritis, and 84 he...

Dopamine key to learning likes and dislikes, says Colorado U. team

... what is known about the brain comes from studying diseases that affect it, according to O'Reilly. So to understand how healthy people learn from their decisions, it helps to determine the conditions where learning is degraded. "Studying Parkinson's patients helps us to understand how healthy people learn, ...

NIH funds seven science education partnership awards

...an episodic adventure series concerning infectious diseases and the microbes that cause them, while Minnesota's Science Museum will produce and tour an exhibition highlighting the emergence of new illnesses such as SARS and Avian flu. Finally, Boston University will expand its CityLab program to include a con...

TIGER Workshop puts focus on space for African water management

...nadequate access to clean water, and water-related diseases take a heavy toll. To take one example, about 85.7% of global annual malaria deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa, mainly of children under five years old. TIGER: the projects so far There are already four separate ESA projects operating under the T...

Surgical procedure to treat GERD in children found to be ineffective

... airway disease) and those who had no pre-existing diseases that increased their risk of developing GERD. Moreover, children with associated medical disorders had an increased incidence of lung infections and dumping syndrome. Findings from this single-center study need to be confirmed in future prospective...

New scientific advances in gastroenterology

... gastrointestinal research, treatment of digestive diseases and clinical practice management. Presentations a...itioners. Consumers can get more information on GI diseases through the following ACG-sponsored programs:...

Molecular clock genes influence metabolism of sugar and dietary fats

...s finely tuned scenario is upset, all-too-familiar diseases arise: diabetes when there is too much sugar; hypoglycemia when there is too little. What's more, the researchers found that a high-fat diet amplified the oscillation in blood sugar over a 24-hour period and that disabling the Clock gene m...

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