Tag: "lifestyle" at medical news

The European Society of Cardiology launches Women at Heart

...cific information on risk factor reduction through lifestyle improvements, at the ESC public event, 'For Your Heart's Sake', 2-3 September 2005, Stockholm, Sweden Professor Silvia Priori, of the Fondazione Salvatore Maugeri, Pavia, Italy, is the Chairperson of Women at Heart, as well as a member of the Board...

Community care tops medical care at preventing heart disease in black Americans

...ans' advice by tracking regular visits, changes in lifestyle routines, use of medications and health outcomes in more than 350 black American adults between the ages of 30 and 59. Study participants had no known history of heart problems, but all of them had at least one fixable major risk factor for coronary...

Women less likely to get quality heart attack care

... understand and "take charge" of the medicines and lifestyle changes that could improve their health. Both men ...lead them to receive fewer of the proven drugs and lifestyle tips than men receive," says Eagle. "Now that we know that they get just as much mortality benefit a...

Pet scanning better for heart disease diagnosis, management

... an alternative. "The problem is that significant lifestyle changes -- very low-fat diet, exercise, cholesterol-lowering drugs and stress management -- are essential for successful medical management," Merhige added. "For some patients, surgery seems like a quicker option, when it actually only addresses symp...

Meditation may reduce heart disease risk

...ditators, says Dr. Barnes, noting that as with all lifestyle changes, the full benefits of meditating may take ...vernight," he says. "Meditation and other positive lifestyle habits such as exercising and eating right have to become part of your life, like brushing your teet...

Promising new strategy for Swedish medical research

... combining a biological perspective with web based lifestyle information, "LifeGene" will open up new possibili...r understanding of the interplay between heredity, lifestyle and the environment as regards our most common diseases. In the wake of the HUGO project, we now hav...

Treatment guidelines for kids with bipolar disorder published

...ften be managed with medication, psychotherapy and lifestyle changes such as stress reduction, regular sleep, accommodations at school, and avoidance of caffeine, alcohol, and drugs of abuse. "The sections on the treatment of comorbid psychiatric disorders are very helpful because having two or more disorde...

World's biggest study of multi-million pound health problem launched

...ealthcare professionals as to the sort of diet and lifestyle patients need to adopt to avoid constipation, ther...ach that LIFELAX will use is to offer personalised lifestyle and diet advice to patients. Another approach will be to provide an information booklet for the pat...

Physical activity linked to protection from Parkinson's disease

...completed comprehensive questionnaires on disease, lifestyle practices and physical and leisure time activities beginning in 1986 and were updated every two years through 2000. During the course of the study, 387 cases of Parkinson's disease (252 men and 135 women) were diagnosed among the study participants. ...

Drugs aid weight loss among type 2 diabetes patients

...te that "these drugs work best in conjunction with lifestyle strategies" such as low fat diets and increased ex...populations, drugs have been combined with various lifestyle interventions, but most [drug] trials include relatively weak lifestyle programs, perhaps in part to...

Surgeon General at Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland

... and advice to assist them in implementing healthy lifestyle changes by altering the family's diet and physical activity habits. CONTACTS: Venita Robinson, Director, Media & Community Relations, vrobinson@mail.cho.org , 510-428-3069 Diana Yee, Media Relations Specialist, dyee@mail.cho.org , 510-428-3120...

Studies examine coffee drinking and risk of liver and colorectal cancers

... observed association may be due to differences in lifestyle because drinkers of decaffeinated coffee might be more health conscious in their behaviors than those who consume caffeinated coffee. "[W]e found that regular consumption of caffeinated coffee or tea or total caffeine intake was not associated with a...

Northwestern Memorial Hospital receives $10 million commitment to support preeminent heart program

...ologist to work on wellness management and address lifestyle issues, such as smoking cessation, diet, exercise and depression treatment. Top physicians and surgeons recruited About 30 clinicians and support staff have joined the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute within the past nine months. Recent additi...

Dialogue & personal example work best for parents in drug talks with teens

...o achieve the same end. These tools for a healthy lifestyle include specific, practical advice about drinking and driving, coping with peer pressure, and remembering to call for a ride when needed, Miller-Day notes. Once parents and teens learn to communicate on a regular basis about drugs, then the targeted ...

A Family's Guide to Living with HIV

...helpful resources. The publication also focuses on lifestyle issues for HIV patients and their families, including nutrition, school activities, sports, travel and sexuality. "We wrote the book so that our patients and their families could have the information written in a way they could understand," Dr. Cox s...

Stroke patients receive better care when hospitals 'get with the guidelines'

...apy for smoking cessation; and recommendations for lifestyle changes to control obesity. Clinically meaningful and statistically significant improvement occurred in all these areas. Certain aspects of care, such as providing treatment with aspirin-like drugs or anticoagulants, had a high baseline compliance ...

IDSA applauds Senate leadership for introduction of S. 3

... market for drugs that treat chronic conditions or lifestyle issues. That's why we need innovative public policy in this area," said John G. Bartlett, MD, chair of IDSA's Task Force on Antimicrobial Availability. "We are encouraged to see that leaders in Congress have recognized how urgent this problem is, and...

Phobic anxiety increases heart disease death risk among women

... heart disease risk factors, menopausal status and lifestyle factors that has polled nurses across the U.S. every two years since 1976. In 1988, Nurses' Health Study authors surveyed 72,359 women who had no history of heart disease about phobic anxieties. They measured phobic anxiety using the Crown-Crisp in...

Women's heart risk underestimated by doctors, resulting in less preventive care than in men

... They were asked to make recommendations regarding lifestyle management and drug therapy for blood pressure, ch...e preventive care. Preventive measures, including lifestyle and drug therapy, have been shown to save lives in both men and women." Furthermore, less than one...

Calcium and vitamin D most effective for treatment of Crohn's-related bone loss

...tamin D and calcium supplementation, education and lifestyle changes such as regular exercise and smoking cessation. Further randomized clinical trials are underway to determine if newer bone-building drugs will have additional beneficial effects on building bone mass in Crohn's patients. The results of thos...

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