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Gender differences in brain response to pain

...d co-director of CNS. According to Naliboff, these gender differences in brain responses to pain may have evolved as part of a more general difference in stress responses between men and women. Men's cognitive areas may be more highly triggered because of the early male role in defending the homestead, whe...

Scientists map maturation of the human brain

...ound are specific to people with ADHD, and how the gender of the subject might affect these findings, Potter...ound are specific to people with ADHD, and how the gender of the subject might affect these findings, Potter says. Future studies are aimed at beginning to an...

Women & men differ in heart disease traits and treatment

...erapy. Even the differences in age between the two gender groups shouldn't make a difference in medical management, though it may affect the use of interventional procedures." Over all, Eagle emphasizes, the findings mean that physicians should be more aggressive with prescribing medications to women with ...

Elementary signs of heart disease found in children

...bove the 95th percentile for someone of their age, gender and height. Previously, researchers had documented a very high prevalence of obesity, one factor in the metabolic syndrome, in teenagers. This study looks at the development and clustering of six metabolic syndrome risk factors beginning prior to p...

Quality improvement program enhances heart care, closes gender gap

...t rates for both sexes had risen substantially and gender differences were significantly reduced for all interventions except smoking cessation. However the disparity in smoking cessation rates did not reach statistical significances, Ellrodt said. In addition, more women than men were prescribed beta-bloc...

One in eight N.C. schoolchildren display three or more heart risks

...dex at or above the 95th percentile for their age, gender and height. Previously, scientists documented a high level of obesity in teens. The UNC study is looking at the development of six metabolic syndrome risk factors beginning prior to puberty and continuing through the teen years. "Some insulin resist...

News tips for Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003

...pothesis, after controlling for age, social class, gender and health insurance, blacks and Hispanics received more preventive care overall compared to whites," Florida researchers found. "Overall, the strongest predictor for not receiving preventive care practices among all ethnic groups was lack of insura...

Women treated more aggressively for hypertension, yet results similar to men

...esearchers have found an interesting paradox about gender differences in heart disease -- women have a greater burden of hypertension than their male counterparts and they receive more aggressive treatment for it, yet they obtain no better blood pressure control. Since their study also found that the impact...

Combining medication, family counseling improves treatment outcome for men who abuse heroin

...nce abusing family member or to patients of either gender living with family members who also have substance abuse problems....

Suicidal minority teens lack adult support

...who said they'd had sex with someone of their same gender were two and a half times more likely to think about and attempt suicide. Students who discussed their problems with adults were more likely to turn to "their informal networks, especially parents and friends, for help than to more formal sources suc...

After bypass surgery, women have worse quality of life than men

...ulate that there may be two reasons for this clear gender discrepancy either women may not experience the s...ued, adding however that little is known about the gender differences. To better understand these gender differences, the Duke team enrolled in a clinical tri...

Inconsistent guidelines lead to wide variation in chaperone use during Pap smears, U-M study finds

... patients at the mercy of their doctor's training, gender or geographic location. A study by doctors at the ...one use was a secondary item. The study found that gender was the biggest predictor of whether a doctor used a chaperone, with 84 percent of male doctors and ...

Moderate alcohol consumption linked to brain shrinkage

...ased sample and the consistency of the findings by gender and race."...

Moderate alcohol use may be associated with brain shrinkage

...ased sample and the consistency of the findings by gender and race." "This study adds further to our knowledge concerning the effects of alcohol on the brain and provides new technology to investigate such issues," said Edgar J. Kenton, III, M.D., a spokesperson for the American Stroke Association. Co-a...

Specialty medical societies offer evidence-based conclusions on inhaled steroid treatment for asthma

...ldren, but that dose, duration of use, and patient gender are important variables affecting overall risk. In addition, the panel fully supported the conclusion that ICS therapy is associated with a decrease in short-term growth rates in children, but that the overall effect is small and may not be sustaine...

Urgent action required to prevent 500k deaths/yr worldwide from pregnancy-related causes

...uctive health and rights, women's empowerment, and gender equality as important global goals. We hope that this series of articles highlights some of the challenges that remain, and serves as a reminder that these issues underlie many of the world's most pressing problems." Wendy Graham and JuliA Hussein ...

Are our brains wired for race or gender bias?

... tested them for hidden racial, age, national, and gender bias by using rapid association tests, dubbed Implicit Association Tests or IATs. These tests consist of rapid visual and linguistic stimuli designed to provoke responses too quickly for rational consideration. For example, the "Race" test asked su...

Reach of sigmoidoscopies inadequate in many older women

...lly approaching this as an age issue. But then the gender differences popped up. The most disturbing thing this study shows is that women are twice as likely as men to have an inadequate exam." The study is published in the Feb.1 issue of the American Journal of Medicine. Colorectal cancer is the se...

Study questions premise of impending US physician shortage

...ician workforce. Dr. Weiner noted that today's PGP gender ratio likely foreshadows the future situation, given that women now comprise about 50 percent of medical students. In addition, he said workforce planners should study the trend for women doctors to work fewer hours per week than their male counterpa...

Stroke news tips for Saturday, Feb. 7, 2004

...52 percent Mexican-American, average age 73. Age, gender and high cholesterol were associated with a parental history of stroke, but high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking and atrial fibrillation were not. Noting "significant associations" between ethnicity, stroke risk factors and family history of strok...

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