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The American Heart Association Urges Caution On Cholestin

...f which useprescription medications that have been rigorously tested by the U.S. Food andDrug Administration for safety and effectiveness. Statin drugs, such aslovastatin, pravastatin, and simvastatin, are a new class ofcholesterol-lowering drugs that are easy to take, cause few side effects and arevery effect...

Children Benefit Most From Sun Safety Interventions

...ducation & Behavior. "To date, there have been few rigorously tested interventions for children'sskin cancer prevention and none that also focus on their parents andcaregivers," said Principal Investigator Karen Glanz, Ph.D., M.P.H. of the CancerResearch Center of Hawaii. "Our findings have contributed to the d...

Controversy Over The Effects Of Passive Smoking

...g, implausible results are not being questioned as rigorously as theyshould. No one is accusing Jiang He and his colleagues of shoddy research. EvenBailar concedes that their meta-analysis of 18 studies is up to scratch. Whatworries him is whether even the best meta-analysis is capable of reliablydetect...

University Of Wisconsin to launch center to study how emotions affect health

...first and only academicinstitutions established to rigorously uncover the relationship between emotionsand health. The center also draws on ongoing interdisciplinary research programs at theInstitute on Aging that are connecting psychosocial factors such as well-beingand social relations to a host of neural, e...

Lack of prescription drug benefits seriously affects minority seniors, as well as those with low income, SFVAMC study says

...t until now the scope of this problem had not been rigorously studied, Steinman said. "This is the only paper we're aware of that analyzes the scope of this problem in detail," he said. The researchers surveyed 4,900 people over age 70, asking them, "at any time in the last two years have you ended up taking l...

Oral diabetes drug shows promise in preventing miscarriage in common infertility disorder

...studies, its use throughout pregnancy has not been rigorously studied in human beings. ...

Good child care not harmful, has benefits, but poor care worrisome, U.S. study reveals

...hile that seems obvious, the study documented more rigorously than ever before that quality makes a difference. Previously, some people had argued that boosting quality was a needless expense. Another key finding was that the more children an individual caregiver oversaw, the lower the quality of care, she said...

Rubber bullets not safe for crowd control

...and fatalities, the anatomic target area should be rigorously limited to the lower limbs, and the minimum firing range should always be kept above 40 m....

NIAID expands vaccine testing network

...t smallpox vaccination strategies. In addition to rigorously evaluating vaccine safety during every trial, the VTEUs explore emerging hypotheses about vaccine-related adverse side effects. For example, one VTEU is studying thimerosal, a common vaccine preservative that contains a form of mercury. Thimerosal ...

Drug developed at Duke appears effective in treating respiratory failure in newborns

... blood that involves oxygen deficiencies should be rigorously studied using this drug."...

Some autistic children make remarkable progress with intensive behavioral program, study suggests

...ate University researchers is one of few that have rigorously examined the success of the Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) program, which some believe is the best way to treat autistic children. "We were taught at one time that it couldn't happen people who were mentally retarded couldn't become ...

Standard treatment for rare form of deafness no more effective than placebo

... the leading approach for treatment had never been rigorously tested in clinical research studies," said Mark Espeland, Ph.D., of Wake Forest, a study author. "Now that we know it isn't effective, research can focus on other possible treatments."Researchers at 10 clinical sites tested low-dose methotrexate, a d...

Multi-hospital angioplasty improvement effort reduces deaths and complications

...has provided physicians the resources they need to rigorously examine variation in processes and outcomes of care, and to use the learning to optimize quality. It has been exceptionally gratifying to witness the high level of trust evidenced by otherwise competing physicians and hospitals as they work to better...

Study questions benefits of costly schizophrenia drug

...ical Association, say this is the first long-term, rigorously designed experimental study of the newer drug, which boasts U.S. sales of $2 billion annually. The researchers compared haloperidol, one of an older class of schizophrenia drugs called typical antipsychotics, to olanzapine, the most expensive among t...

Drug company fees for FDA reviews havent accelerated approvals, study finds

...l times for drugs from major companies -- could be rigorously measured. They gathered data from publicly available sources, and analyzed it using several computer models. The product is the first study that incorporates not only drug approval times and FDA staffing levels, but also rejected drugs, and characte...

HIV prevention schemes neglect partner reduction

...ieve that it is imperative to begin including (and rigorously evaluating) messages about mutual fidelity and partner reduction in ongoing activities to change sexual behaviour. "Rather than arguing over the merits of abstinence versus condoms, it is time for the international community to unite around a balance...

Electromagnetic breast imaging tested as alternative to mammography

...wn on the exam table, which eliminates the need to rigorously compress the breast, as is necessary with mammography. Young women who are at genetically high risk for breast cancer may also be good candidates for the new breast imaging techniques, according to Dr. Poplack. "Teenagers and young women are not ty...

Minimally invasive colon cancer surgery is effective

... smaller incision," Fleshman says. "But no one had rigorously evaluated the safety and effectiveness of the procedure." So a group of American and Canadian colon surgeons did something rare in the medical field: They launched the first systematic study of the procedure and put a moratorium on laparoscopically a...

NIH convenes state-of-the-science conference on preventing youth violence

...blems have developed out of need and have not been rigorously evaluated for their safety and effectiveness. Moreover, interventions with demonstrated effectiveness appear to be underutilized. Research has progressed at a rapid pace; it is now appropriate to assess the state of science with regard to interventio...

AAN, ANA announce support for embryonic and adult human stem cell research

...nic and adult stem cell research should be pursued rigorously and under close scrutiny. The organizations further endorsed the standards for oversight developed by the National Institutes of Health in its 2000 report, "Guidelines for Research Involving Human Pluripotent Stem Cells." Those guidelines were altere...

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