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Two million neonatal deaths take place in two developing regions of the world

...o of the poorest regions of the world, but it also reveals the poor state of data in these regions and the great need for strategic research on this issue. It also highlights a critical problem which is currently not receiving the attention of policy makers." Research data for the study was gathered from pee...

Straight from the heart

A new study reveals that inner-city patients who participate in a disease management program (DMP) following a serious heart event fare much better than those who do not. Dr. Wendy Young and colleagues compared outcomes for 75 inner-city patients admitted to hospital wi...

Mayo Clinic researchers discover how key cancer protein works

...by which cells reproduce. The Mayo Clinic research reveals the details of a molecular mechanism involved in cell cycle regulation of a gene known as the "BRCA1 tumor suppressor gene." They focused on this gene because an estimated 50 percent of inherited breast cancers are linked to growth errors -- also cal...

Brain may 'hard-wire' sexuality before birth

...fferent genes they identified. What their research reveals may provide insight into how the brain determines gender identity. "Our findings may explain why we feel male or female, regardless of our actual anatomy," Vilain said. "These discoveries lend credence to the idea that being transgender -- feeling th...

Enigmatic role for NF-kappaB in the hardening of arteries

... University of Munich, and Harvard Medical School, reveals that inhibition of the transcription factor NF-kappaB increases atherosclerosis a chronic inflammatory disease that causes the progressive narrowing and hardening of arteries over time. An initiating event in the development of atherosclerosis is th...

AAPA survey shows physician assistants increasingly employed in medical practices

...sus is a significant piece of annual research that reveals key trends and demonstrates that physician assistants are leading change agents. They provide direct patient benefits in many settings. These data indicate we will see increasing roles for the profession of physician assistants in the years ahead not...

A dangerous duo: Heart disease and diabetes

...m Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, reveals a new target an enzyme called PARP that is dysregulated by high glucose levels, resulting in increased oxidative stress, which effects endothelial cells lining the heart and blood vessels. The authors demonstrated that inhibition of PARP activation...

Obesity can be harmful to your child's mental health

...n, Vermont. A recent University of Minnesota study reveals that children who were teased about being overweight were more likely to have poor body image, low self-esteem, and symptoms of depression. The study found that 26 percent of teens who were teased at school and home reported they had considered suici...

New Commonwealth Fund analysis compares candidtes' health care reform proposals

... reform proposals of major presidential candidates reveals a range of strategies to extend health insurance coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Most plans build on the current U.S. system of group health insurance--either employment-based or public programs--to achieve incremental or universal cover...

Chemical & Engineering News 80th anniversary issue highlights periodic table

...xes, each containing one or two letters, the table reveals the organizing principles of matter to chemists. "At a very fundamental level, all of chemistry is contained in the periodic table." Among the essays and their authors in the special issue are: Silicon. While abundance of silicon in the earth's cru...

Anti-asthma medications: Too much of a good thing?

...esponsible mechanism for this adverse reaction and reveals a potential new therapeutic target in the treatment of asthma. Inhaled selective beta -agonists are the most widely used treatment for the acute relief of asthma symptoms. Administered to asthmatic patients via an inhaler, nebulizer, in tablet or liq...

Decrypting the role of Cripto in tumor growth

... 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation reveals that binding of Cripto to the TGFbeta ligand Activin B can block Activin B-mediated suppression of cell proliferation. Furthermore, this study also demonstrates that antibody blockade of Cripto function may prove useful in the inhibition of tumorigen...

Medicare+Choice enrollees face continued cost increases in 2003, costs have doubled since 1999

...hoice Enrollees Increase Ten Percent in 2003, also reveals that out-of-pocket spending for enrollees in Medicare PPO (preferred provider organization) demonstration plans is nearly 50 percent higher, on average, than costs for Medicare+Choice enrollees. Average out-of-pocket spending by PPO enrollees is also...

INEEL researchers develop medical imagery breakthrough

...ween two seemingly identical images aligned by CDS reveals once imperceptible differences--tiny retinal changes signal macular degeneration, small earthen shifts herald hill erosion, footprints appear in a gravel road. The alignment process takes only seconds and the software is simple enough to be operated ...

JCI table of contents, 1 August 2003

...by Jack A. Elias and colleagues at Yale University reveals a previously unrecognized interaction between adenosine and IL-13 that indicates a mutual stimulation that may contribute to the nature and severity of airway inflammation and fibrosis. "The authors hypothesize that IL-13induced adenosine and adenosi...

New research reveals banning smoking at home protects infants

New research from the University of Warwick reveals that banning smoking in the home leads to a small but meaningful fall in infant exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, whereas less strict measures have no effect. Parents from 314 households with young infants took part in the study. Parents were ...

Physician assistants, nurses and family physicians more likely to care for underserved, study says

...st populations in California and Washington states reveals that physician assistants, nurses and family physi...uly/August issue of the Annals of Family Medicine, reveals that physician assistants were most likely to work in underserved areas, such as federally designate...

In 15 seconds, new test will ID presence of 25 most common mutations of cystic fibrosis

... genotype be evaluated first. In the event her DNA reveals she has a CF mutation, a genetic counselor will explain the severity of CF any offspring would have, should an identical mutation be found in the male. When both parties have the same mutation, the odds are one-in-four that the offspring will be CF-p...

Renal amyloidosis worsens the Familial Mediterranean Fever prognosis

...ongst patients treated with colchicines. The study reveals that while colchicines therapy seems to give some good results on confirmed renal amyloidosis in a small proportion of patients, amyloid deposits are associated with an overall poor prognosis. 'These data suggest that renal amyloidosis may increase m...

Chemical turns stem cells into neurons say scientists at Scripps Research Institute

...lating GSK-3beta leads the cells to become neurons reveals basic information on the complicated signaling cascade that turns a stem cell into a neuron. And the fact that TWS119 modulates the activity of GSK-3beta suggests that TWS119 is likely to provide new insights into the molecular mechanism that control...

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