Tag: "happy" at medical news
Member Of The "Coasters" Making A Real-Life Comeback After Experiencing An
Aneurysm Two Years Ago
...y Richards' Coasters. Marianne says Billy won't be happy
until he's singing again. He already hasperformed impromptu numbers for friends and fans, and he continues to practicehis music during voice therapy. "It's been a long road for me," Richards says."I think I'm back now."...
Psychologist Detects Brain-Activity Changes In Maltreated Kids
...for both groups of children when they responded to happy
and fearfulfaces. But with angry faces, the children who were maltreated produceddramatically stronger and longer-lasting responses. Considering the dynamics of an abusive home, Pollak says that difference makessense. "Anger becomes a very salient c...
Jefferson Researchers Report First Evidence Of Radiation Therapy Preventing Prostate Cancer Patients From Dying
...antagewith followup to 12 years. "We were happy
to see improvement of local control with higher radiationdoses," he says. "This would suggest in part that the disease-free survivaladvantage is attributed to improved tumor control." The work was funded in part by the National Cancer Institu...
Collective action for doctors
...nterests. "There issome merit to the old saying 'A happy
physician makes a happy
patient,' butpatient and doctor interests don't always automatically overlap," Gooldcomments. "The m...
Research links fathers' job stress, other risk factors to parents' knowledge
about children's daily experiences
... paternal work demands, in combination with a less happy
marriage,were associated with lower levels of pare...s as easily asgirls, says Crouter. "If parents are happy
and the father is not in aparticularly stressed situation, boys may spend more time with the family ...
Federal agencies report on nation's children
...social environment, and education. "We're happy
to report that the well-being of America's children hasimproved in several key areas," said Duane Alexander, M.D., Director of theNational Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). "Infant,childhood, and adolescent death rates are do...
Hearts N' Parks - an innovative North Carolina program to prevent heart disease launched
...disease is such a major health problem that we are happy
toplay a role in helping people learn how to prevent and control it. We feelconfident that the residents of Mecklenburg County will learn a lot while havinga great time in our facility," he added. The Hearts N' Parks activities that will take...
Many Virginians would increase taxes for K-12 education, study finds
... most active in this regard. Many citizens are not happy
withwater and air quality. As in past years, 30 percent rate Virginia's waterquality as fair or poor, and 29 percent give the same rating to air quality.More than three-fourths of residents report that the state's parks and outdoorrecreation areas ar...
Differences in human brain chemistry may account for different responses to
...enidate as pleasant, saying that the drugmade them happy
or improved their mood. Nine described the drug as unpleasant,saying that it made them annoyed or distrustful, and two described the drug asneutral in its effects. The results of this study showed that those who described methylphenidate'seffects as ...
University Of Wisconsin to launch center to study how emotions affect health
...onditions that may make it harder for them to feel happy
and in control oftheir lives. This study will take stock of social influences on the mind, tapping informationfrom three large national studies: The National Survey of Families andHouseholds; the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study; and the National Survey ...
First brain cancer surgeries using new space-age probe are successful
...all SpaceFlight Center in Huntsville, Ala. "We're happy
to fund Quantum as it continuesto explore cutting-edge medical uses for the LEDs," Stinson added. "It has been very exciting to work with NASA and Dr. Whelan to designthe LED probe," said Ronald Ignatius, president of Quantum Devices. "Beca...
Fully endoscopic micro-surgery puts a former Jr. Olympic athlete back on the marathon trail
...focusing on speeds and times," he says."NowI'll be happy
just to finish. It's great to be alive!" Baker, who had the undiagnosed tumor at the base of his brain for at least 10years, describes the period from 1992 to 1998 (starting just after he ran theMarine Corps Marathon in Washington DC) as a "six-year ...
Oregon Health Sciences University Researchers track long-term results of chemotherapy assisted by blood-brain barrier disruption
...central nervous system lymphoma are living normal, happy
lives with little or no cognitive impacts."...
Underage college drinkers have easy access to alcohol, pay less, and consume more per occasion than older students
...s, the researchers suggested legislation targeting happy
hours, alcohol promotions, and the sale of beer in kegs. "Areas near college campuses are characterized by a high density of alcohol outlets, intense competition for customers, and high-volume, reduced-price sales," said Wechsler. The practice -- co...
Study of school 'connectedness' identifies adolescents at risk
...s school I feel like I am part of this school I am happy
to be at this school The teachers at this school treat students fairly I feel safe in my school In addition to the four potentially modifiable factors, black race, female gender, and urban schools were also associated with a lower SCS. The researc...
Survey finds chronic pain sufferers unsatisfied with pain treatments
...icians are in treating them. Those not completely happy
with their physician cited unsuccessful treatment (62 percent) as the main reason for dissatisfaction. Survey respondents expressed their dissatisfaction through comments such as has not helped me and not doing as much to heal me as he/she could. Par...
New data demonstrate once daily Videx EC (didanosine) is as effective as alternative multi-dosed HIV therapies
... arm and later in the VIDEX EC arm. We are very happy
that more HIV medicines are becoming easier and more convenient for patients, said patient advocate L. Joel Martinez, The Center for AIDS: Hope and Remembrance, Houston, Texas. We expect that the new one capsule once-a-day formulation of VIDEX EC wi...
'Telephone Medicine,' guide for physicians published
...icine can improve patient care. Most patients are happy
with the telephone care they receive, yet physicians are generally dissatisfied with their performance on the phone, said Dr. Reisman, an assistant professor at Yale University School of Medicine. According to Dr. Stevens, clinical assistant professo...
Study examines benefits of caring for seniors
...he caregivers in our study reported that they were happy
about caregiving or had positive feelings towards at least one aspect of it," says lead author Dr. Carole Cohen of the University of Toronto's psychiatry department and Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre. "These positive feelings w...
College drinking problems and research solutions
...bility issues; "Safe-Ride" programs; regulation of happy
hours and sales) Ineffective (examples: interventions that rely entirely on providing information about problems related to risks from drinking)"Another dominant theme that emerged from our work," says Reverend Malloy, "is the importance of science...
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