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Duke researchers identify the mechanisms by which drug combinations kill fungal infections

...but they now died when exposed to azole drugs that fail to kill wild-type cells. Thus, these studies reveal new ways in which existing drugs can be combined to combat fungal infections and improve therapy....

Intensive training may not be as bad for young women as previously thought

...start of periods,but say the authors, most studies fail to take into account other factorsthat might influence this timing, and there is simply not enough evidenceto blame training. Male gymnasts also tend to have shorter stature andreach sexual maturity later than their non-athletic peers, but no onebla...

IUD still on the shelf for most women, survey shows

...that causes PID, not IUDs, she says. Modern IUDs fail less often than other forms of contraception because couples do not have to remember to take a pill or use a condom. For example, with perfect use of oral contraceptives only 0.1 percent of women get pregnant in the first year -- but more realistical...

Health care providers' approach to patient care linked to successful physician-patient relationships, study finds

...p with their physicians. Primary care systems that fail to emphasize these features of primary care may jeopardize the clinician-patient relationship and, indirectly, the quality of care and health outcomes, the study noted. A strong patient-physician relationship is crucial to obtaining needed health se...

Study shows alcohol boosts death risk for boat passengers as well as operators

...o reduce boating deaths that target only operators fail to protect many boaters at risk. Different approaches that will address all boat occupants are needed. Its not just crashing into other boats or piers that is causing the deaths, said Dr. Robert D. Foss, research scientist at the UNC Highway Safety ...

New technology tested at Stanford offers unique view inside small intestines

...he end of a long, flexible rod. But endoscopy may fail to show the source of bleeding, leading doctors to suspect the small intestine. With no device for viewing inside the deepest portions of the small intestine, however, exploratory surgery is the only way to know for sure-no small feat, given the 20-f...

Women with higher education have less risk of heart disease

...s. Previous research suggests that individuals who fail to complete a program of education might have worse health than those who simply do not pursue a higher educational stage, the researchers explain....

Tissue engineering could become new coronary bypass

...oronary artery disease occurs when blocked vessels fail to deliver enough blood and oxygen to the heart muscle itself. The coronary bypass operation, which is performed nearly 3 million times per year in the United States, involves removing an artery or vein from one part of the body and then stitching i...

Researchers examine the use of antiretroviral therapy among injection drug users with HIV infection: Study suggests addiction treatment and health care contribute to HAART enrollment

...r the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) fail to undergo the treatment, according to a study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The HAART regimen, or "drug cocktail," is a combination of several antiretroviral drugs that can dramatically reduce the levels of HIV i...

Poor reading skills have both physical, environmental causes

...l factors, according to a new study. "Children may fail to develop adequate reading skills because of their environment, abnormal brain structure, or both," says lead study author Mark A. Eckert, Ph.D., of the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida. The researchers found that reading skill...

New recommendations proposed for safe use of herbal medications by patients having surgery

...erbal medications, but that many of those patients fail to disclose herbal use during pre-operative assessment, even when prompted. Further, physicians often are unsure what to do with the information. "Physicians need to specifically ask patients about herbal medication use," said co-author Jonathan M...

Failure at nonconscious goals explains negative 'mystery moods'

... moods" can occur when people fail at a goal that they didn't ev..." Chartrand said. "But if you fail at a nonconscious goal, you're put into this negative, mystery mood." ...

Physicians miss opportunities to improve care for oldest asthmatics

... insurance misuse their asthma drugs, and doctors fail an even greater proportion by not managing their care aggressively or giving them enough information to manage symptoms on their own, according to a report from Johns Hopkins researchers expected at the American Thoracic Society's annual meeting toda...

Pasadena chemist wins national award for new materials research

...ng tissue. The reason synthetic polymers currently fail in vessel repair is that cells cannot grow on them. Next Tirrell's team assembles an artificial gene for insertion into a bacterial cell "factory." When the researchers harvest enough, it's time to mold it into a tube. "We're trying to understand the...

Alcohol and drug treatment among HMO patients

...hat the merged alcohol-and-drug treatment programs fail to address." It also suggests that, as this generation ages, treatment programs will have an increasing number of clients with multiple alcohol and drug dependencies. Further commenting on the study, Humphreys noted that its findings also speak to t...

Health clubs not fit for cardiac emergencies

NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 13 Many gyms fail to pre-screen members for heart disease and dont have a written and practiced medical emergency response plan in place, according to a study released today at the American Heart Associations Scientific Sessions 2000. Both practices are recommended i...

UNC-CH to lead $34 million effort to see if girls can become more fit

...mple, half of all adolescent girls in this country fail to exercise vigorously enough to maintain their health long-term, according to national studies. Now a new research effort called the Trial of Activity in Adolescent Girls (TAAG) will see if it's possible to reverse at least part of that disturbing ...

Increase in effective contraceptive use can reduce abortion rate

...lity of undergoing an abortion when contraceptives fail or are not used. In societies where large families are desired, the potential unintended pregnancy rate tends to be low. As societies move through the fertility transition, the desired number of children declines along with the number of years neede...

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory wins three R&D 100 awards

... cause sensitive Organic Light Emitting Devices to fail in a matter of days. However, coated test units have survived eight months of exposure to air and continue to function while being completely submerged in water. R&D will honor the researchers who developed these three technologies at a "black ...

Media coverage of new drugs is often misleading

...exaggerate their benefits, ignore their risks, and fail to disclose their costs, according to a collaborat...t stories on new drugs can be misleading when they fail to address potential conflicts of interest and don't discuss both relative and absolute benefits, ri...

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