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Awards & fellowships at the International & American Association for Dental Research General Session
...ving students have the opportunity to pursue their dreams
of becoming dentists, doctors, and educators. E.W. Borrow Memorial Award Presented to George Stookey (Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA), this award, established by the Borrow Foundation, recognizes and stimulates research in oral health pre...
Cumulative trauma in adulthood can worsen health in later years
...American Dream. If and when their expectations and dreams
were changed dramatically by a traumatic event, their coping abilities may not have been developed enough to help them. This set them up for health problems in their later years." The second oldest group the old old group may have built up some r...
Alzheimer's drug improves memory of MS patients
...pezil were more likely to have unusual or abnormal dreams
than those taking the placebo. The researchers don't know how donepezil may work in the brain to help improve memory in people with MS. Donepezil belongs to a class of drugs called acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. In Alzheimer's disease, the drug blo...
Study finds fibromyalgia prohibits sufferers from breast-feeding
...ther forgo their medication usage or give up their dreams
of nursing their children. "Because breast-feeding is a stationary activity, they would become stiff, sore and along with increased fatigue would often be unable to resume normal activities as quickly as they thought they should have been able to...
FDA approves EPZICOM
...sea, diarrhea, rash, fever, stomach pain, abnormal dreams
and anxiety. ...
Studies highlight impact of Sept. 11, Iraq war on adolescents
...nd images related to war. Some reported having bad dreams
about it. It's what you would imagine: there was a high level of anxiety in terms of what might happen to their loved ones." Military youth, particularly those with family members deployed, exhibited higher blood pressures, heart rates and greater an...
Mayo Clinic study shows melatonin helps alleviate violent sleep disorder symptoms
...ant dreams. Usually, they're nightmarish, violent dreams
with the person being chased or attacked by someth...tients have much better sleep, and therefore their dreams
aren't as active or as violent. They find the nightmare quality of their dreams
decreases, and they ...
Cancer patients with past mood disorders most at risk for post-traumatic stress disorder
...current images, flashbacks and dreams
about their diagnosis or treatment. They may try to avoid thoughts, feelings, activities or people, and may suffer from sleep disturbances, irritability, difficulty conce...
Post-traumatic stress disorder found in mothers whose children receive a bone marrow transplant
... in some mothers. "Mothers who have recurrent dreams
about the child's transplant, re-experience traumatic memories associated with the transplant during the day, have frequent and persistent worries about the child, experience symptoms of emotional numbness, and have persistent difficulty sleeping or ...
ARICEPT better tolerated than Exelon in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimers disease
...(7.1% vs 18.2%); anorexia (1.8% vs 9.1%); abnormal dreams
(7.1% vs 1.8%); back pain (7.1% vs 0.0%); somnolence (1.8% vs 5.5%); and urinary tract infection (5.4% vs 0.0%). Other data presented at the symposium included results from two 1-year, placebo-controlled clinical studies with ARICEPT. In the 1-y...
100 years of Freud's interpretation of dreams
...et is the focus of much of modernneuroscience. And dreams
are proving to be a foundation for much of thatresearch. After a brief period when dreams
were thought to be little more thanmental fireworks, scientists are finding that they provide many i...
3D Ultrasound Gives Better View Of Brain's Arteries
...ultrasound is being applied in ways that were only dreams
a few yearsago. Why are these dreams
coming true today? As Delcker explained in aninterview, new computer workstations are allowing 2D u...
Benefits Of New Diet Drug Don't Outweigh Risks
...igo, nervousness, anxiety, depression and abnormal dreams
and that discontinuing the drug is related to depression, delusion, hypertension and nausea. Nevertheless, some researchers argue that even though d-fenfluramine has an increased health risk associated with it, the risks associated with obesity are f...