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Spinal cord injury patients show improvement in early device study

... to evaluate sensory recovery: pinprick sensation, light touch sensation and motor function. Patients recor...112) pinprick sensation, 25.5 points (maximum 112) light touch sensation, and 6.3 points (maximum 100) for improved motor function. The patients had no sensa...

Secondhand smoke linked to cervical cancer

...ese new data for cervical cancer are considered in light of similar results from previously published studies, our findings suggest that passive smoking may be firmly linked with cervical cancer," said Anthony J. Alberg, PhD, MPH, senior author of the study and an assistant professor in the Bloomberg Schoo...

Scientists uncover new mechanism for the amygdala in fear recognition

...tute of Technology and their colleagues sheds more light on how the amygdala works. The study, published in the Jan. 6 issue of Nature, suggests that the mechanism by which the amygdala contributes to processing visual information about facial expressions is by actively directing a person's gaze to the eye...

Tip sheet Annals of Internal Medicine, Jan. 4, 2005

...s defined as consuming more than two drinks daily; light or moderate drinking was defined as consuming two or less drinks a day. Moderate drinking of red wine was associated with lower risk for stroke, unlike other forms of alcohol. The study has limitations. Participants had relatively few strokes,...

Study finds heavy drinking linked to higher stroke risk

... with nondrinkers. The study also found that while light and moderate drinkers appear to be at neither grea...ssue of the Annals of Internal Medicine, help shed light on a subject that has been the source of some confusion, and reinforce the importance of what the au...

Cervical cancer treatment depends on patient age

...herapy and aggressive surgical therapy well, so in light of the age-related risk from cancer, physicians should give greater thought to recommending aggressive treatment." Next the researchers will study the effect of the presence of other medical conditions on the treatment of cervical cancer. They are a...

Discovery of key protein's shape could lead to improved bacterial pneumonia vaccine

... in the absorption of different types of polarized light by molecules to determine their shape. It also can show how that shape can change when the protein interacts with another molecule. "This work required that we develop new NMR methods in order to determine the shape of this protein, which undergoes c...

Acupuncture relieves pain and improves function in knee osteoarthritis

...t years, scientific inquiry has begun to shed more light on acupuncture's possible mechanisms and potential benefits, especially in treating painful conditions such as arthritis....

Home-based treatment as effective as hospital-based treatment for hand eczema

...s a gel or cream)--and subsequent exposure to UV-A light from tanning units. A. Marco van Coevorden, M.D., from the University Hospital Groningen, the Netherlands, and colleagues compared the effectiveness of an at-home PUVA treatment (with portable tanning unit) to hospital-based hand bath PUVA in patien...

Fair decisions more important when hospitals face crisis like SARS

..., including the opportunity to revise decisions in light of stakeholder concerns. Publicity: Priority setting decisions and their rationales must be publicly accessible. Enforcement: There is either voluntary or public regulation of the process to ensure that the first three conditions are met. Research...

NIH halts use of COX-2 inhibitor in large cancer prevention trial

...eatment of cancer, dementia and other diseases. In light of these new findings, NIH Director Zerhouni reque...form us of the their plan to analyze their data in light of the information the Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) for all related trials to assess the new ...

Drinking without food may set you up for high blood pressure

...ators and also showed for the first time that even light to moderate alcohol intake outside of meals puts drinkers at risk for hypertension. "This is a novel finding with potentially important clinical implications," said Stranges. "It points out that drinking without food may counteract any benefi...

Brain region identified that controls collecting behavior

... urge loses its guidance. "This finding sheds some light on a ubiquitous, nearly universal human behavior that we really don't know much about, and we can use this as springboard to think about normal collecting behavior." Anderson added that the findings also may have implications for understanding certai...

Researchers develop MRI technique to study brain anatomy in invertebrates

...rtly after injecting it, we suddenly saw the brain light up like a Christmas tree and could easily discern its substructures." Herberholz and his colleagues, including Georgia State professor Donald Edwards, Georgia State lab technician Christopher Mims, and Emory University's Xiao...

Drinking and spousal abuse by male US Army soldiers

...ng and when they are not drinking than men who are light drinkers. Put another way, women who live with he...1 drinks per week) were three times as likely, and light drinkers (1 to 7 drinks per week) were twice as likely, as soldiers who report they typically consum...

Surprise mechanism behind light-induced blindness

...n for decades that exposure of mammals to constant light for many weeks, even at low or moderate levels, re...ound that the visual impairment caused by constant light occurred through a mechanism separate from that which underlies the light-induced retinal degenerati...

Risk of stroke doubles for migraine sufferers

...-sufferers. Those who have interrupted vision from light affects (aura) with their migraine were at slightly higher risk than those without; 2.27 times as likely to suffer a stroke compared to 1.86. Three of the studies showed that women migraine sufferers who are also taking the oral contraceptive pill we...

Brain can be trained to process sound in alternate way, study shows

...ose neurons fire, we see, hear, and feel. When the light or sound changes in intensity, our neurons fire fa... moderate stimulus -- a sound, a touch, a flash of light -- they respond as if their entire sensory systems have become overwhelmed. What might be needed in ...

NIH panel issues State-of-the-Science statement on end-of-life care

...mbers make the end-of-life period a struggle. In light of the projected dramatic increase in the number of older adults who will require end-of-life care, the panel called for the rapid development of research infrastructure to improve our understanding of what works and what doesn't in different groups ...

Stressed mice quicker to get skin cancer

...osed to stressful conditions and cancer-causing UV light develop skin cancers in less than half the time it...r eight weeks of testing. Mice exposed only to UV light began developing tumors 13 weeks later. By 21 weeks of testing, 14 of the 40 stressed mice had at l...

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