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Study Demonstrates Safety & Effectiveness Of Asthma Drug

... upand analyzed the data very quickly." The study speaks to the concerns of more than 7 million Americans with mildasthma -- and their physicians -- about the safety and effectiveness ofinhaled beta-agonists, according to NHLBI director Claude Lenfant, M.D.Patients with only occasional asthma symptoms need...

Media Advisory: Surgeon General To Speak

.... Surgeon General David Satcher, M.D., speaks on "Towards A Balanced Community Health System: Opportunities and Challenges" WHEN: Monday, March 22, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. WHERE: Anaheim Hilton, California Pavilion C ...

National Survey: Leg Crossing Is Taboo But Women Indulge Anyway

...d. In terms of body language, leg crossing speaks volumes. Most women (59 percent)and men (65 percent) say they believe leg crossing is a method of flirting forwomen. It also lends a touch of class, according to 51 percent of women and 71percent of men who say it makes a woman look elegant. Men get...

A simulator for space fitness

...mi Billings, a native of Kobe, Japan, enjoys golf, speaks three languagesand is investigating life span changes in the speed of behavior and movementcontrol for her honors thesis. All three students claim Associate Professor Max Vercruyssen as their mentor.Vercruyssen is interested in the development and de...

New book asks ethical questions about human subjects research

...epresents a specific group or community?' and 'Who speaks for them?'" Those questions and others related to a new way of ethical reasoning regarding human subjects were the focus of a 1995 conference at UNC-CH, "From 'Regs' to Relationships: Re-examining Research Ethics," organized by King, Dr. Gail Hende...

PQRI workshop to address blend uniformity

...rkshop to issue its final rule on blend uniformity speaks to the importance that FDA places on PQRI," said Tobias Massa, Ph.D., member of PQRI's Board of Directors and chair of the PQRI Scientific Steering Committee. "The workshop is an open process. The more people that participate in this workshop, the be...

Supplements that target fat loss … metals that protect themselves …

..., 8 p.m.) Russian environmental whistle-blower speaks out - Just three weeks before he returns to Russia to face a possible retrial for treason, Aleksandr Nikitin, the former navy captain who was imprisoned for exposing unsafe disposal of nuclear wastes, will discuss radioactive contamination in his nat...

NHLBI launches sleep & children education program with Garfield the Cat as "Spokescat"

...ll help you do your best in whatever you do. This speaks to their need for achievement in school, in sports, in whatever is important to them." PAWS, Inc. representative Kim Campbell, joined by Garfield, the campaign's "Star Sleeper," read a letter from Jim Davis, stating "Garfield and I and the fol...

Classroom management linked to lesser teen alienation from school

... learning, and complete their assignments. "This speaks to the ability of teachers to make kids feel they are important members of the school," Blum said. "Other research has shown that when teachers are empathetic and consistent, allow students to manage themselves, and encourage them to make decisions, ...

Simple questions may help predict death risk for heart patients

... deliver more patient-centered care and this study speaks to that need. "This article starts to show us that health status surveys, used in addition to other testing, may be clinically useful, in this case by helping us determine which patients with coronary disease are at highest risk," Rumsfeld says. How...

Diabetes patients with low literacy more likely to have poorly controlled disease

...cation problems are obvious. But even if a patient speaks the same language as the health care provider, literacy is often a hidden barrier. We're just opening our eyes to this and discovering that we need to partner with patients to figure out how to communicate more effectively to lower systemic barriers....

Further evidence of increase in allergic disease in western countries

...increase in allergy has occurred in all age groups speaks against a general held belief that risk factors responsible for the epidemic increase in western countries only operate in childhood....

Study shows promising long-term results for children of divorce

...ts on a wide variety of outcomes is remarkable and speaks to the importance of effective parenting in promoting positive developmental outcomes," adds WolchikThe JAMA study is a 6-year follow-up of previous research done by the same team. For the original study the researchers worked with 240 divorced famil...

Better care and better communication urgently needed

...ean Union level, but there is no organisation that speaks out on behalf of all cancer patients," she said. She concluded by calling for the establishment of a European cancer patient coalition. Health professionals have an important role to play in supporting the establishment of such a coalition and, ther...

Young blacks, Hispanics more prone to stroke than young whites

...ent were Hispanic and 8 percent were white. "That speaks to the large Hispanic population in Northern Manhattan," Jacobs says. In general, the risk of having any stroke was greater in blacks and Hispanics compared to whites. Stroke was 2.4 times more likely to occur in blacks compared to whites and 2.5 t...

Older people and their homes

...sity. Rather than 'quality of life', the new study speaks of a 'life of quality'. By considering which aspects of their environment are important to them, older people are able to match their needs and wishes closely enough to allow an acceptable level of comfort and flexibility in everyday living. The stu...

Bullying in schools pervasive, UCLA study finds

...t on the impact of witnessing bullying." Juvonen speaks to teachers, administrators and parents at Los Angeles elementary schools, including UCLA's Corinne Seeds University Elementary School, where she worked on developing the school's anti-bullying program....

UF research adds to evidence that unborn children hear 'melody' of speech

...hile a fetus hears its mother's voice whenever she speaks and is insulated from higher frequencies, infants born prematurely don't hear their mother's voices all the time because their mothers usually can't be at the bedside 24 hours a day. Also, while unborn children are insulated from many frequencies, pr...

Cedars-Sinai March medical tipsheet

...ng at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center can breathe and speaks in any language. He has a pulse, blood pressure, respirations, bowel sounds, skin and veins, even interchangeable genitalia. Students and staff can practice skills with no risk to the patient....

USC human speech study

... Tamil language of Southern India, which Narayanan speaks fluently. The team recorded Narayanan saying the sound in the MRI. Studying the images, Byrd saw how to say the sound correctly "the tongue tip is high in the palate making a cupped shape" and finally got it right. Other potential applications inc...

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