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New study: Small, frequent doses of caffeine best strategy for staying awake

... maintain their performance and reduce the risk of lapses of attention," said Czeisler. All authors on the paper were in the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School when the study was conducted. First author James Wyatt is now at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Derk-Jan Dij...

First national sleep conference March 29-30 explores sleep's role in public health

...m - 11:55 am) Sleepiness and fatigue contribute to lapses in attention, slowed reaction times, errors in working memory, reduced ability to learn, difficulties with problem solving, and deficits in executive function. Such performance problems have serious consequences for safety ? from drowsy driving crash...

Crystal methamphetamine use increases HIV risk

... at an increased risk for infection. Meth-induced lapses in judgment leading to promiscuous sexual behavior make users more likely to contract HIV, but the drug itself could also increase the risk "because it may suppress a part of your immune system that's important in fighting off HIV," said Dr. Antonio ...

PET scan predicts Alzheimer's more accurately

...form of dementia. It often begins with mild memory lapses and gradually advances to a progressive deterioration of memory, language and mental functions. Alzheimer's affects approximately 400 million people in the United States, and the nation spends roughly $100 billion on the disease each year....

Hygiene is most potent force in tackling deadly diseases

...ptions, in Taiwan and Toronto, were both linked to lapses in hospital infection control procedures, even though these were quickly rectified and brought under control. While the scientists say that the combination of hospital-wide contact precautions with respiratory isolation of known SARS patients is alw...

Society of Nuclear Medicine supports inclusion of PET as a CMS reimbursed indication for Alzheimers disease

...sicians attempting to determine whether the memory lapses and behavior patterns seen in these patients are due to Alzheimer's disease or to some other process. 1. Since FDG-PET is more effective than clinical examination for the differential diagnosis and identification of various dementia causes, the grea...

Researchers recommend community advisory boards to prevent lapses in informed consent

...isory boards could go a long way toward preventing lapses in the informed consent process and safeguarding the interests of people who agree to participate in clinical research. Thats the view a group of scientists studying AIDS and other infectious diseases express in the December issue of the American Jo...

Insured minorities continue to face obstacles to health care, UCSF study reports

...found that Asian Americans are more likely to have lapses in health coverage and to report high levels of family and community stress. African Americans reported similar barriers to care when compared to non-Hispanic whites, but with less frequency than Hispanics or Asian Americans. Non-Hispanic whites ...

Lack of private health insurance increases risk of dying, study finds

... to their inability to get appropriate care during lapses or gaps in insurance coverage, or perhaps to other socioeconomic factors including unemployment and a lack of education, the study found. Individuals without health insurance also may delay seeking medical care, increasing the chance that a health c...

Research Shows That Noncompliance Is Responsible For Half The Cases Of Nonresponse To Antihypertensive Drug Treatment

...it done. Theresearch showed a strong link between lapses in dosing and increases in bloodpressure, and overall there was a statistically significant inverse correlationbetween measured compliance and ambulatory diastolic blood pressure (r=0.37,p<0.05). The eDEM Monitor, a medication package equipped...

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