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Early Menopause Stress Related In Developing Countries

...ns. Rural women in developing countries naturally enter menopause earlier, or the apparent earlier age of...he fetus, when all the follicles are used up, they enter menopause. Holman does not think that rural women in developing countries are born with fewer fo...

Study Shows Gum Disease Increases Risk Of Future Heart Disease

...to be the culprit, Genco said. "Oral bacteria enter the bloodstream via small ulcers in the gum tissue. These bacteria causes platelets to aggregate and form clumps, or thrombi. These clumps accumulate on damaged tissue, such as lesions in the blood vessel or a heart-valve replacement, which repr...

ACTG Protocol 185 Enrollment Halted

...th Service recommendations that all pregnant women enter prenatal care early and be offered HIV testing. All HIV-infected pregnant women should be offered the Pediatric ACTG Protocol 076 regimen of antenatal, intrapartum and newborn AZT for the purpose of reducing transmission risk, and the now standard A...

Researchers Gain Insights Into Drugs Used For Manic-Depression

...eceptor, NMDA,through which calcium must travel to enter a brain cell. Activation of theNMDA receptor also elevates levels of IP3, which is associated withcalcium, the substance that controls many physiological processes. "Lithium probably normalizes mood swings by helping shift the levelof calci...

'Bathtub' Equation Aids Diabetes Research

...f insulin, which allows sugar inthe bloodstream to enter into the body's tissue. She went on to study thecells that make insulin. Applying her engineering perspective, she developeda mathematical model that could describe how the cells were formed and howthey died. The model predicted a phase of cell death...

Challenges To Native American Health Care Even More Profound Than Those Facing The U.S. Health System In General

...of the estimated need. IHS lacks the authority to enter into risk contracts with state Medicaidprograms at a time when states are moving rapidly to managed care plans. IHS is burdened by a cumbersome and inadequately funded capital budgetingprocess dependent on annual Congressional funding decisions. IH...

National Health Study Launched On The Internet

...benefit thanoriginally perceived. Participants who enter their data through the Internet will receive an automaticon-the-spot analysis of their diet, physical activity, and weight. They will bere-contacted every three months for the opportunity to update this informationand to report on their health statu...

OHSU Scientists Begin Human Trials Of A Drug Aimed At The Underlying Cause Of Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia

... Romine will be the first of about 50 patients to enter the clinicaltrial. Within a year, physicians expect to determine the success of the therapy.All patients in the trial will receive the drug, and dosages will be escalateduntil either significant benefits or side effects appear. The multicente...

New Study Indicates Lightning Can Kill Without Leaving a Mark

...ash" oflightning that causes electrical current to enter their bodies; or injuries orelectrocution by lightning hitting and traveling through the ground. Lightningcurrents have been known to travel long distances underground, Wachtel said. "The new magnetic induction hypothesis now presents a fo...

Drug Prevents Hearing Loss Caused By Brain Tumor Therapy

... "opened thegate" for drugs such as carboplatin to enter the brain. They subsequently found that carboplatin was one of the most effectivetherapies for brain tumors (Cancer Journal/Science American, March/April 1998),but it unexpectedly caused major hearing loss when given across an openblood-brain...

University Of Florida Researchers Hope To Ease Asthma Pains And Provide A Sigh Of Relief

...airways relaxing so that a larger volume of aircan enter the lung." The research may provide insight into how to refine asthma drugs soasthmasufferers do not have to use an inhaler as often as with current treatments. Other collaborators on the research project include Stephen Baker, a UFpro...

Scientists Discover How Aspirin Reduces Inflammation

...protein, IkB, which if destroyed frees up NF-kB to enter the nucleus andstart the inflammatory process. "This work suggests that one of the critical cellular proteins thataspirin targets to inhibit inflammation is a kinase that activates the NF-kBpathway. Since NF-kB is a critical inducer of cellu...

Pursuing The Next Generation Of Arthritis Treatment

...ly at UCSF. Based on encouragingresults, it will enter nationwide testing this month (November) with UCSFserving as the central and coordinating site, Wofsy said. Additional clinical trials for lupus, rheumatoid arthritis andosteoarthritis are expected to be launched in the first half of 1999 at ...

An Ergonomically Redesigned Analgesia Delivery Device Proves Safer And More Efficient

...errors' (the setup procedure that nurses follow to enter operating values) were found to be the most common type of human error in PCA use. Furthermore, the majority of programming errors involved setting an incorrect drug concentration, all of which led to an overdelivery of medication. PREVIOUS EXPERIMEN...

Young Patients Get State-Of-The-Art "TLC" In Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's New Pediatric Emergency Facility

...ch year. The difference is apparent assoon as you enter the pediatric waiting room, where all but the most criticallyill or injured youngsters (and their families) wait their turns for care. Theroom, enlivened by storybook murals, is filled with child-friendly furnishings.Young patients can join the chara...

Tobacco Control Is Global Challenge, WHO Director Says

...en confusing landscape called adolescence. We must enter the discotheques, the schools and the sports arenas. In manycountries, cigarettes are given out for free on the dance floors. We have towin these spaces back." Awareness, action, assistance and alliances are neededto "counter fiction with fact, we ...

Researchers Uncover Clues About Gateway To The Brain

...the ability of a common cancer drug calledTaxol to enter the epithelial cells from the surface that normally faces thecerebrospinal fluid. These findings suggest that doctors who want to treat brain ailments need toovercome both Pgp and MRP to succeed with drug treatments. Yet pharmaceuticalcompanies have...

Trial Begins For First Artificial Liver Device Using Human Cells

...e trial will involve 24 patients. The first six to enter the study willreceive standard therapy plus treatment with the ELAD. The next 18 patients willbe divided randomly, nine to receive the treatment and nine to receive standardtherapy....

Inhibiting Growth Of New Blood Vessels Reduces Heart Disease Plaque In Mice

...onsiblefor stimulating the tiny blood vessels that enter the artery and to understandthe role of these vessels in boosting plaque growth and promoting plaquedisruption," adds Moulton. Additional research also is needed to address the possible limitation ofusing angiogenesis inhibitors to reduce pla...

Baby Talk: Parents Do Make A Difference, By Promoting Childhood Chatter, From Birth To Age 3

.... "Usually, this is no cause for concern." Infants enter the world "hard-wired" for language, Hirsh-Pasek says. "Babies arenot simply passive, receptive beings who sit there being cute," she explains."Sure, they're adorable, but they also have very active minds, and they take ineverything we give them." In...

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