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Improved Medications Can Nip Allergy Season In The Bud

...e stuffiness can kill me." Too many people suffer needlessly with allergies, according to Zab Mohsenifar,M.D., director of the Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine atCedars-Sinai Medical Center. In the Los Angeles area, allergy season begins inearly to mid-March when pollens produced by a proliferation...

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... MEDICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE Too many people suffer needlessly with allergies, according to Zab Mohsenifar,M.D., director of the Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine atCedars-Sinai Medical Center. In many parts of the country, allergy season beginsin early to mid-March when pollens produced by a prolifer...

The Whole Truth From Five-Year-Olds

...dren as witnesses in abuse and neglect casesmay be needlessly disqualifying up to 70% ofchildren," Lyon says. In fact, very few children younger than 7 (8% of4-year-olds to 17% of 6-year-olds) were able toprovide a minimally sufficient description of thedifference between truth and lies, and only abouthalf (46%...

New book explores timely social issues of family relationships & raising of children

.... While Feder focuses on children who are needlessly subject topsychiatric and medical treatment, in "Protecting Faith Versus ProtectingFutures: Religious Freedom and Parental Rights in Medical Decision Making forChildren," Lynn Pasquerella focuses on the converse issue of children who aredenied the me...

Study finds doctors often unaware that hospital patients have urinary catheters

...es and thus jeopardizes the safety of a patient by needlessly exposing him or her to conditions that may cause harm. Saint and his colleagues say more study is needed to see which methods will prove to be effective in preventing unnecessary urinary catheterization. To this end, UMHS is currently examining the ...

Common hearing test for newborns may be wrong up to a third of the time

... study finds. Besides causing new parents to worry needlessly about their child's hearing, the technique may also lead to more costs in the long run for follow-up tests. By contrast, the study finds, a slightly more complex test seems to give normal-hearing babies a passing grade nearly all the time. The new fi...

Brain imaging study reveals interplay of thought and emotion in economic decisions

...udy people as they made decisions that caused them needlessly to lose money and found that negative emotional states can override logical thinking. The study supports a growing area of research called behavioral economics, which departs from conventional theory by considering psychological factors other than pu...

Risks of HRT could have been revealed much earlier

...ade of existing evidence. As such, women have been needlessly exposed to an increased risk of heart disease, argue researchers in this week's BMJ. The large US Women's Health Initiative trial was stopped prematurely in 2002 after showing an increased risk of cardiovascular events from combined hormone replacem...

Stanford study questions accuracy of ads for body scans

...vertising, Illes said. Not only may such people be needlessly exposing themselves to more radiation and payments that can exceed $1,000, but there's also scarce evidence as to whether the images will actually improve their chances of a longer life. lles' team analyzed ads from nine companies that ran fro...

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