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Promising new treatment preserves bone mass in mice; May help women and men with osteoporosis

...ly studies of one of these compounds called estren successfully preserved and even restored bone mass in an animal model without the side effects associated with sex hormone therapies. The group found that estren protected bone mass in both female and male mice as well as estrogen or testosterone did, but without...

Pituitary tumor cells in Cushings syndrome found to express large amounts of protein receptor

...rgical procedures. Further, even if the tumor is successfully removed initially, about 50 percent of patients' experience a recurrence sometime after surgery. The protein receptor, called PPAR-gamma (peroxisome proliferator activating receptor), is a member of the steroid family and functions to regulate other ...

U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves effective new tool to help smokers quit

...terials) to increase a smoker's chance of quitting successfully by up to 26 percent when paired with NicoDerm CQ ...ughout the 12-week course of therapy to help users successfully cope with their specific triggers and issues in quitting. For more information about the Commit Loz...

Why are people who recover from major depression never really out of the woods?

...l increases -- was seen as depressed patients were successfully treated with anti-depressants. In this latest extension of this work, fully recovered depressed patients (who had been well for over a year) and actively depressed patients -- while showing similar changes in many regions seen in healthy subjects -- ...

Sepsis vaccine proves protective in preliminary studies at The Scripps Research Institute

...hemical TNF-alpha which indicated that the vaccine successfully controlled the body's response to infection. Significantly, the vaccine seems to raise a broad antibody response, possibly inducing the formation of antibodies that have some enzymatic ability and can "hydrolyze" or chop up the lipid A. Researchers d...

Engineered blood vessels prove durable and clot resistant

...ether the same chemicals and techniques that could successfully engineer tissue cells from one human into a new blood vessel would also work on cells from other humans. "It was quite conceivable that differences from patient to patient would be so significant that the same recipe for making blood vessels could no...

Marrow injection gets damaged hearts moving

...he cells, Galinanes says. If bone marrow injection successfully restores heart function after heart attacks, the treatment would be a welcome addition to other competing strategies, such as gene therapy, growth factor therapy and laser treatments, he says....

Nation's two largest medical specialty groups issue migraine treatment guidelines

...A -- (November 19, 2002) Migraine headaches can be successfully treated and in many cases prevented, say new joint clinical guidelines from the nation's two largest groups of primary care physicians. The American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP-ASIM) and the American Academy of Fa...

Years to your health! Children of centenarians have less heart disease

...ricans can still improve their health and age more successfully by not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight and exercising regularly." Researchers compared 176 "c-children" (children of centenarians) with 166 controls, whose parents were born in the same years as the centenarians but who had at least one parent ...

Robotic heart surgery: making repairs without lifting the hood

...ruments. Surgeons used this new procedure to successfully repair the hearts of patients with atrial septal d..., imaging tests confirmed that the defect had been successfully closed. One patient required a repair five days later. Surgeons did this through a three-inch inci...

Terrorist attacks increased dangerous irregular heartbeats

...in the 30 days after the attack, and they were all successfully treated by ICDs," Kowalski says. "This is just another example showing that patients really benefit from ICDs and that ICDs can help save lives." Previous studies have evaluated how stressful events such as earthquakes and missile attacks have affe...

Rush begins use of magnetic guided navigation system

...first patient, a 48-year-old man from Chicago, was successfully treated with the technology on Tuesday, December 10. He suffered from headaches and double vision caused by malformed blood vessels in the back of his head. Swelling of the blood vessels put pressure on the brain and caused the double vision. The s...

New method of delivering chemotherapy using ultrasound works in BYU lab

... oncology journal "Cancer Research" that they have successfully tested a new method in laboratory animals that would concentrate the impact of cancer drugs on specific cancerous tissues, thus sparing the rest of the body from harm. Their method combines two, key innovations: packaging a drug in tiny molecules of...

Do the ivory towers need ramps

...hey believe they could compete for promotions more successfully with limited changes in academic criteria, such as extended timelines for professional promotions and promotion criteria that de-emphasize extensive travel. They also believe they could benefit in their work from improvements in physical access to t...

Soaking in the genius of Mother Nature

...e than two years of work, Handy's group last month successfully synthesized the molecular skeleton of the lamellarins, an accomplishment that will now allow them to begin looking for ways to simplify it, while maintaining or amplifying its desired abilities. In this process, each new variation of a compound is r...

Family friendly work policies may need to be refocused

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Helping employees successfully balance work and home life may require that current "family-friendly" policies be refocused, suggests research by Joseph G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in this month's Journal of Marriage and Family. "Until now, ...

San Diego chemist wins national award for innovative drug design

... example of what we do," he said. "Not only did we successfully recreate their diabolical architecture in the lab, but along the way we discovered myriad new reactions that are useful to organic synthesis in general." A native of Cyprus, Nicolaou said his pursuit of chemistry "was inspired by an outstanding high ...

From overdose to organ donor

...has shown that organs taken from this group can be successfully transplanted. David Wood and colleagues from Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London, investigated whether poisoned patients represented a viable source of donor organs by conducting a survey of doctors from intensive care units (ICU) and transplanta...

Virtual mass spectrometry laboratory transforms learning experience

...that they succeed in producing results that can be successfully analyzed and interpreted. One advantage over reality is that the program will correct you from making a bad sample early on, which is not the case in reality, where you can spend hours of time before realizing that you made a mistake." The VMSL cont...

Program wins first Youth Development Award from Grant Foundation

...y on these areas. For example, the programs have successfully reduced exposure to lead paint through preventive instruction and improved the nutrition of neighborhood children by creating produce stands, community gardens and farmers markets. In addition, a cultural reading program has helped solve some common...

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