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Most Comprehensive Study Of Its Kind Shows Common Asthma Medications Don't Cause Behavioral Problems In Children, According To The Journal Pediatrics
...ls. Both drugs have beenprescribed to treat asthma for
decades. "For the most part, mainstream drugs use...sed with asthma on averagefor 7 years, were tested for
attention, concentration, memory, problem solvingand learning skills. No significant side effects o...
Personality, Thought To Be Stable Over Time, Changes In Healthy People Who Take A Widely Used Anti-Depressant
...age age 27, who took theanti-depressant paroxetine for
four weeks as part of the study scored lower onsur...ibitors, or SSRIs, which have been in clinical use for
adecade. SSRIs are believed to relieve symptoms of depression by increasing theavailability of sero...
American Heart Association Comment On New England Journal Of Medicine Report OnCalcium Antagonist Nisoldipine (March 5 issue)
...d term forcalcium channel blockers) may pose risks for
certain people, including thosewith diabetes and c...e current study used a long-acting drug. Speaking for
the American Heart Association, Joseph Izzo, M.D., says"individuals taking calcium antagonists shoul...
Added Benefit Found For Aspirin Use In Patients With Vessel Disease
...ndothelial dysfunction, there was a strongtendency for
improved function of the diseased blood vessels. ...essel. Aspirin may now provide another way for
physicians to fight back againstheart disease, according to the researchers, who are based at the Na...
Snipping Inflammation In The Bud; New Agents May Provide Relief
...ss of synthetic molecules that offer a newstrategy for
treating pain, swelling and the other hallmarks of...h to removingL-selectin has potential implications for
controlling other problematic proteinson the cell surface. "We're trying to see how general the appr...
Airport Noise Can Seriously Affect The Health And Psychological Well-Being OfChildren
...nternational airport; the others, who were matched for
age, parental jobs,family size and socioeconomic s...tus, live in quiet areas. The children weretested for
blood pressure, stress hormone levels and quality of life six monthsbefore the airport was completed...
Could Cardiovascular Drugs Be Linked To Suicide?
...red). Furthermore, in a five year study of drugs for
high blood pressure the authors found a fivefold i...Professor of Pharmocoepidemiology, Swedish Network for
Pharmacoepidemiology Foundation, Malm University Hospital, Sweden email@example.com...
Setting Prescribing Budgets In General Practice
...jeed and Head argue that capitation based formulas for
prescribing are very crude tools and that health a.... She concludes that it is theoretically possible for
health authorities to identify a range of bands within which a practice's prescribing costs should f...
Hospitals Discourage Consumer Questioning Of Bills, Study Suggests
...'s edition of a journal published by the Institute for
OperationsResearch and the Management Sciences (IN...ons with patients.Those patients who actually call for
an audit of their bills may meet whatamounts to explicit hostility. Using Threats to Avert Challen...
Study Finds Aspirin Does Not Prevent High-Risk Cases Of Preeclampsia
...prevent preeclampsia in women who are at high risk for
thedisease, according to the largest, most compreh...said Dr. DonaldMcNellis, the NICHD project officer for
the study and an author of the paper. "Although our study did not find any ill effects from the aspi...
X-ray Microscope Designed To Study Jet Engine Components Now Probes Tooth Dentin
...developed at Lawrence Livermore NationalLaboratory for
the Department of Energy, researchers at the UC Sa...than newer plastic-based andceramic materials used for
filling tooth cavities, but the ability to match thecolor of these materials to the natural color of...
Tighter Chemical Binding = Better Meds
...tions inthis field, he will receive the 1998 Award for
Computers in Chemical andPharmaceutical Research o...mentia to diabetes.Scientists recently discovered, for
example, that some medications thatbind to a protein called FKBP can stimulate the growth of nerve a...
Cost, Use Of Health Services Is Not Affected By Physician Compensation: A StudyOf Washington State Medical Groups/Managed Care Organizations
...ear to affect the cost or amountof health services for
patients. A study by researchers at the Universit...d drive up the amount and costs ofmedical services for
patients, but at the physician-patient level, this doesn'tappear to be true." For the study, resear...
X-Rays: How Big A Risk To Kids? UF Researchers Seek Answers
...he least risk as well as providebetter information for
parents faced with tough choices about children's ... Hintenlang, who is researching the subject for
her doctoral studies inenvironmental engineering, conceived the study after noticing premature andai...
Exercise, Classroom Instruction Cut Kids' Cholesterol, Study Finds
...make a difference in one of the major risk factors for
heart disease." The professor reported her team's results at a news conference today(March 19) at an American Heart Association meeting in Santa Fe, N.M. Other investigators, including schools of medicine, nursing and publichealth fac...
Diuretics And Beta-Blockers Are Best Drugs To Combat High Blood Pressure, Study Finds
...t the School of Medicine and Physician Coordinator for
the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. "There is a big difference in regimen efficacy, and it is s...
Optical Technology Projects Images Directly Into The Eye
... thousand timesless strong than the critical limit for
the eye and is therefore not in any way dangerous. RSD has partly been developed at DelftUniversity of Technology (TUD) with support from the Netherlands Technology Foundation (STW) and from Philips. The RSD technique produces an image by using a sp...
Effects Of 15% Oxygen On Breathing Patterns And Oxygenation In Infants
...ring during flight. Assuming that infants account for
one in 500 passengers, 750,000 infants have travel...emiological evidence to indicate that it is unsafe for
it to fly during its first year. Contact: Professor Anthony Milner, Professor of Neonatology, United...
ACS Industry Pavilion Features Chemistry's Cutting Edge
What do the man responsible for
Tylenol®, the guys who designed thefastest ca...pharmaceutical executive who is finding a new life for
theonce-feared drug thalidomide as a treatment for
cancer and AIDS --Mon., March 30,2:30 to 3:30 p.m...
Researchers Identify Biochemically Distinct Pain Phenomena, Conclude Better Pain Relief At Lower Morphine Doses Is Possible
...archscientist with the W.M. Keck Foundation Center for
Integrative Neuroscience atUCSF. Yu Qing ...eveloped a"knockout" strain of mice lacking a gene for
substance P and neurokinin A, twomembers of a different class of neurotransmitters called the tachyk...
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