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Research offers hope of new treatments for liver damage

... fourfold increase in the number of men aged 45-54 dying of cirrhosis since 1970 and a threefold increase in women of the same age group. Liver failure is also rapidly increasing in younger people with the deaths in the UK of 500 men and 300 women aged 25-44, in 2003." Professor John Iredale of the Univers...

African-American women with endometrial cancer have more aggressive cancer than Caucasian women

...metrial cancer have a 25 percent greater chance of dying than Caucasian patients with the same diagnosis, even in the setting of a controlled clinical trial. Based on the clinical data from the GOG study, the investigators hypothesized that there may be biologic differences in endometrial cancers in Afri...

Public policy should address the social factors behind ill health

...es are large and growing. The probability of a man dying between age 15 and 60 years is 8.3% in Sweden, 82.1% in Zimbabwe, and 90.2% in Lesotho. Health inequalities also exist within countries there is a 20-year gap in life expectancy between Australian Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander people than in...

New thrust needed to tackle health inequalities globally says UCL scientist

...es are large and growing The probability of a man dying between 15 and 60 is 8.3% in Sweden, 82.1% in Zimbabwe and 46.4 % in Russia. Of the 45 million deaths among adults aged 15 years and over in 2002, 32 million were due to non-communicable disease and a further 4.5 million to violent causes. There ...

Dealing with conflict in caring for the dying patient

PITTSBURGH, March 15 How can a dying patient's family members and physicians get along ...cal and emotional issues surrounding the care of a dying patient are both stressful and complicated, as highlighted in this week's Journal of the American Me...

Women less likely to get quality heart attack care

...GAP project resulted in a 25 percent lower risk of dying within a year of leaving the hospital among heart attack patients whose doctors and nurses followed standard national guidelines for their care, and used the discharge tool and contract. This major effect on mortality rates was the first evidence tha...

Student identifies electrical changes preceding heart failure

...ains very poor, with almost 20 percent of patients dying within one year of initial diagnosis, and over 80 percent within eight years," Hahn said. "Of the deaths in patients with heart failure, up to 50 percent are sudden and unexpected, and the result of lethal arrhythmias." For their study, Hahn and Akar...

Implanted devices detect high-risk heart failure patients

...hts into which patients might be at higher risk of dying suddenly from their disease, according to researchers at Duke University Medical Center. Besides maintaining optimal electrical stimulation to the heart, these CRT-D (cardiac resynchronization therapy with defibrillation) devices are giving cardiolog...

Inflammation elevates risk of cardiac death in rheumatoid arthritis patients

...is patients have a significantly increased risk of dying of a heart condition if they have swelling in the large joints, rheumatoid vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels), rheumatoid lung disease or a high erythrocyte sedimentation rate (a blood test commonly known as ESR that measures level of inf...

Mayo Clinic study sets threshold for valve repair surgery

...evere mitral regurgitation increases their risk of dying even if they don't have symptoms, and that now we have a measurement technique to determine how severe is too severe and who benefits the most from early intervention." Other authors of the paper include Jean-Francois Avierinos, M.D.; David Missika-Z...

Inpatient smoking cessation counseling is associated with early differences in mortality

...ounseling smokers to quit reduced their chances of dying in the first 30 days, 60 days and up to 1 year after their attacks. The study, conducted by investigators at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the Deep South Center on Effectiveness at the Birmingham VA Medical Center, Birmingham, Alabama, ...

Diabetes a bigger heart disease risk for women than for men

...with diabetes have a significantly greater risk of dying from coronary heart disease (CHD) than men with di...D risk factor known to double a person's chance of dying from heart disease. There has been much debate, but no large studies of whether diabetes carries di...

'Marital strain' increases women's risk of death, heart disease

...flict with their spouses have an increased risk of dying from any cause, researchers report today at the Se...had no effect on women developing heart disease or dying over 10 years of follow up. However, when considering more contemporary measures, two types of mari...

COX-2 product offers good and bad news in 'test tube' strokes

...nt prostaglandin (PGE2) prevented brain cells from dying after a stroke. In the other, mice lacking a docking point for the PGE2 experienced strokes far more severe than normal animals. Andreasson is now trying to determine if these prostaglandins have a similar protective effect in mouse models of Lou G...

Alcohol drinkers three times as likely to die from injury

...12 drinks in the survey year, had a higher risk of dying from each cause of injury when compared to non-drinkers and former drinkers. The greatest increase in risk was for drowning: drinkers were 3.6 times as likely to drown as non-drinkers. The researchers also learned that female drinkers had a greater i...

Simple treatment could prevent many child malaria deaths

...e and effective way to reduce the risk of children dying before reaching hospital. Providing effective antimalarial treatment close to home to reduce delay has the potential to save many lives, they conclude....

Rheumatoid arthritis linked to excess risk of congestive heart failure

...nywhere between a 4- and 18-fold increased risk of dying from a cardiovascular event. In the general population, studies have associated CHF with cytokines. Cytokines are molecules the body produces to regulate inflammation. Cytokines are also important in autoimmune diseases, including RA. On the stre...

Least protection offered to those most at risk of sudden cardiac death

Those most at risk of dying from sudden cardiac death in England are offered the least protection from available preventative measures, say researchers on bmj.com this week. Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs), a type of pacemaker inserted into the heart, can preve...

Blacks in the South have greater risk of dying from stroke

...outhern states are at significantly higher risk of dying from stroke than African American men living elsew... racial differences between regions in the risk of dying from a stroke are not clear. However, Howard and colleagues have formed the Reasons for Geographic ...

Phobic anxiety increases heart disease death risk among women

...e survey -- were at a marginally increased risk of dying suddenly from coronary heart disease in general co...g these disorders in women may lower their risk of dying from heart disease, especially from sudden cardiac death."Co-authors are Claudia U. Chae, M.D.; Kath...

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