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Human Voltage

...s overlookedby the Storm Data reviewer, it may not get into the publication's statisticalbase. Kithil conducted his own study based on insurance reports and other sources thatkeep track of weather damages, and he came up with a much larger figure for theannual cost of lightning strikes. "It seems reasona...

Help for women's urinary tract infections

...en with common urinary tract infections can safely get the samediagnosis and prescription over the phone ...ne was widely implemented, millions of women would get faster andequally effective help through a telephone conversation with a nurse and athree-day course...

Early to rise: Research offers clues to older people's sleep habits

...in the morning, because the hours at whichthey can get a good night's sleep, relative to their circadian clock, are muchmore restricted." The National Institute on Aging (NIA) and the NationalInstitute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), two components of the NationalInstitutes of Health (NIH), funded ...

Low doses of aspirin and surgery better for stroke prevention

...er to take and better tolerated, so more peoplecan get the full benefit of aspirin." The ACE trial is the first randomized clinical trial to determine the best doseof aspirin for stroke prevention following CE surgery. The medical community first became aware ofaspirin's protectiveeffects for stroke in...

Narcolepsy network issues national 'wake up' call

...o help people eliminate this unnecessary delay and get the treatmentthey need, by empowering them and their physicians with critical informationabout the condition and offering the support that is essential to coping withthis chronic medical disorder." "Wake Up to Narcolepsy" includes written materials...

Unexpected target may unlock the door to fighting sepsis

...lls half ofthe hundreds of thousands of people who get the disease each year in the UnitedStates. Investi...tionof the complement system," says Ward. "You the get sustained, high levels of C5agenerated, which bind to the circulating neutrophils and cause theirde-...

Wake Forest researchers develop new technique to diagnose narrowed heart arteries

...e patient holds his breath for 8 to 15 seconds, we get clearpictures of the beating heart," said Kerry Link, M.D., associate professor ofradiology and cardiology and a member of the research team. "We can tell notonly what percentage the artery is blocked, but can measure how the blockageaffects flow." ...

Information technology is key to decreasing surgery costs, UI researcher finds

...ve to have atleast three customers in line. If you get less than three or four people inline, every once in awhile the cashier is not going to be busy. On the otherhand, you never need more than say six people in line to keep the cashieroccupied. The cashier is analogous to an operating room planned for ...

Many patients taking drugs for chest pain even after chest pain is gone; gamma knife a good alternative to surgery for many brain problems

...d author of the study. "Surgery is often unable to get at an entire tumorbecause of possible damage to surrounding brain tissue. With the gamma knife,management of such patients is less risky." The gamma knife's precision is enhanced by the use of magnetic resonance imaging(MRI), which provides a three...

Vaccine against Hepatitis A protects kids and families now; Hepatitis B vaccine protects kids as they become adults

... the secretion from aninfected person must somehow get into the another person's mouth for the virusto be passed. This is why food preparers must wash their hands after using therestroom, and why an outbreak of hepatitis A can occur very quickly in aday-care center. "Truthfully, little kids aren't very c...

Allergy-producing cells are also 'do-gooders,' helping stave off infections

...on't even know you've been infected. Only when you get such a huge dose ofbacteria that the mast cells can't cope or when your immune system iscompromised do the bacteria gain a foothold." Typically, mast cells are not activated by the beneficial bacteria thatinhabit the gut, because such bact...

New medicare coverage makes TMR procedure more readily accessible to patients with severe angina and no options

... watched the games and the action gotexciting, I'd get terrific angina," he explained. "I'd have the same pain when I was under stress, trying to get somewhere on time or dealing with otherpressures." While undergoing his second angioplasty, Dr. Fris...

One of the nation's top cardiologists available to discsuss findings of study related to Medicare patients and high-volume hospitals

...I think that when you do something repeatedly, you get the hang of it and thesense of it, and many things follow automatically," says Dr. Shah. "When ahealth care team takes care of hundreds of patients, treating them with aspirinand heparin and thrombolytics (clot-dissolving drugs), it becomes second na...

UI study indicates many older adults still not receiving recommended vaccinations

...ed that people age 70 or older were more likely to get thevaccinations, as were those who were still marr...tality by about two-thirds if an older person does get the flu. Theflu vaccine is recommended yearly and for those who get it every year there iseven great...

3-D echocardiography reduces examination times and dramatically improves accuracy of the most common diagnostic test for heart function

... cut the digital heart displayed on themonitor and get a view of the pumping organ from both the top and bottom. Thisenables surgeons to perform a mock surgery on the heart before the patient evenarrives. "3-D echocardiography is an exciting new advance in the evolution of cardiacechocardiography," sai...

New nationwide study in six cities will look at the method & message for changing risky HIV behavior

...-riskbehavior, but we need to know the best way to get this message across to a newgeneration of young adults who are sexually active. We designed our counselingapproach as a way to talk with clients--not to them--about their high-riskbehavior. The results of this study will tell us if we are going in ...

Hospital study shows more patients could qualify for free care coverage

...es theyprovide and helping to ensure that patients get the care they need." The researchers suggest that future studies be conducted in other parts of thecountry - for example, areas where for-profit hospitals are more common - toverify whether the results of this survey are broadly applicable. They al...

Immunology experiment aboard historic shuttle mission

...f going through a commercial enterprise is you can get aflight," Acton said. "If we went through the NASA space science program, we'd belucky to get a flight in our lifetime." LigoCyte scientists, three MSU College of Agriculture students a...

Dartmouth researchers urge caution in communicating results to public

...hors conclude. "If theresearch community does not get it right, we cannot expect the media to dobetter."...

Summer fun could be source of infections: ASM book discusses potential risks, diagnostic signs and preventive measures

...ladelphia, Pa. "While the majority of us will not get sick while splashing in the surf ordining on exotic delicacies, nonetheless the potential for microbial infectionsis there and sometimes people do become ill from these activities," hecontinued. "The important thing is not for people to stop doing t...

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