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'Chemistry and Flavor of Hispanic Foods' one-day symposium, March 15

...se culinary heritage. While consumers have enjoyed treats such as tortilla chips and margaritas for many years, scientists are now beginning to discover that Hispanic foods have unique chemistries that offer unexpected health benefits, novel flavors, textures and cooking properties. More than a dozen resear...

Blacks less likely to get expensive, newer heart treatments

.... "If everyone is well aware of the evidence and treats every patient according to these recommendations, these disparities may be eliminated," Sonel said. Co-authors on the study are Chester B. Good, M.D., M.P.H.; Jyotsna Mulgund, M.S.; Matthew T. Roe, M.D., M.H.S.; W. Brian Gibler, M.D.; Sidney C. Smith...

Helping answer needs by developing specialists in autism

...r. Swiezy. Established in 2003, the CSATC actively treats more than 800 children and is the only pediatric academic and research program in Indiana. It also provides consultation and services to patients from Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky. U.S. Rep. Dan Burton of Indiana was instrumental in securing...

Referrals to palliative care come too late to improve quality of life for cancer patients

...propriate moment for the patient." Palliative care treats the physical, spiritual, psychological, and social needs of a person with cancer, both during cancer treatment and at the end of life. Researchers in Japan gave detailed questionnaires to 318 family members of cancer patients who had received end-o...

Promising treatments for Huntington's disease identified in UCI study

...n effective dose may provide some relief, but only treats one component of the disease process. These regimens are attractive because lower doses of drugs can be used in order to avoid undesirable side effects caused by high-drug concentrations that might be used if a single drug was employed. In addition, ...

Sildenafil effectively treats enlarged hearts, mouse study shows

...e dysfunction (ED) in millions of men, effectively treats enlarged hearts in mice, stopping further muscle growth from occurring and reversing existing growth, including the cellular and functional damage it created. "A larger-than-normal heart is a serious medical condition, known as hypertrophy, and is...

More efficient ways of managing patient flow may benefit Los Angeles County/USC hospital

...itution of the Keck School of Medicine of USC that treats approximately 800,000 patients annually, including at least 200,000 emergency room visits. According to hospital records, almost half of those treated are indigent or uninsured. To keep up with the demand, Hall said, patients must be transferred wit...

Gene vaccine protects mice against development of Her2/neu breast cancer

...ease that is difficult to stop. The drug Herceptin treats this kind of breast cancer by "plugging" these receptors with a monoclonal antibody, but this treatment "produces only a passive and transitory immune reaction," Lachman said. "This vaccine, however, like many that treat microbial infections, appears...

Requip tablets treat symptoms of primary RLS

...ow that Requip(ropinirole HCl) Tablets effectively treats the symptoms of primary Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) as assessed by improvements in symptoms, over 12 weeks. Improvements were seen as early as one week. The study of 267 patients, one of the largest placebo-controlled trials of a treatment for RLS...

Scientists stalk PPAR-gamma, find novel cancer connection

... Co-investigator Steven Bernstein, M.D., who treats myeloma patients at the University's James P. Wilmot Cancer Center, is cautious but hopeful about the prospects of this research leading to a new treatment. "Although we are optimistic about these early findings, we need to do further investigation t...

HPV vaccine shown to 'substantially' reduce cervical cancer

...e to HPV16/18. Harper, a clinician who actively treats women in the Obstetrics and Gynecology section at DHMC, as well as a researcher, is internationally recognized for her pioneering work on HPV. She called the results of the study "extremely exciting and encouraging. We believe this shows enormous p...

New Crestor data in African-American patients with high cholesterol

...al trials. "As an African American physician who treats a large number of African-American patients, the ARIES trial represents an opportunity to demonstrate the efficacy and safety of statins in this high-risk, undertreated and underserved population," said Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand, clinical cardiologist a...

Sleep disorders often indicate multiple health conditions

...p specialist is not finished when he diagnoses and treats OSA or insomnia," said Dr. Risk. "A multidisciplinary assessment and treatment program may be necessary in order to isolate additional comorbidities that are causing persistent impairment." Study results also showed a high degree of attention ...

Topical medication effective in relieving symptoms of knee osteoarthritis

...rates that topical diclofenac solution effectively treats symptoms of primary OA of the knee. Superior efficacy compared with the vehicle-control solution was demonstrated for all defined efficacy variables--[scaled] pain, physical function, and stiffness subscales; pain on walking, and a patient global ass...

Chemists honor 'Heroes' for biotechnology achievements in health

...s been named to Business Week's top products list, treats "wet" AMD, characterized by the formation of abnormal blood vessels that grow under the central part of the retina known as the macula. These vessels leak and eventually cause scar tissue, which destroys central vision. Some 200,000 Americans lose th...

Hidden cost of depression in seniors: $9 billion in care from spouses, children

...or Marcia Valenstein, M.D., a U-M psychiatrist who treats older people with depression at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. "When there isn't a committed caregiver, the risk rises that a person's care needs will go unmet." Adds Langa, "It's a sort of chicken-and-egg problem: the symptoms of depression mak...

Are toddlers who can't sleep at higher risk of becoming teens who smoke, drink or do drugs?

...ector of the Chelsea Arbor Treatment Center, which treats teen and adult substance abusers. (Chelsea Arbor is a joint program of U-M and Chelsea Community Hospital.) "Our finding sees early childhood sleep disturbances as a marker, or predictor, for early use of drugs and alcohol in adolescence, not a p...

OHSU researchers, collaborators make recommendations to self-treating physicians

... wisdom about self-doctoring is that 'A doctor who treats himself has a fool for a patient,' previous surveys have found that only 50 percent of physicians even have a personal physician and that between 42 and 82 percent of physicians treat themselves in one fashion or another." said Erik Fromme, MD, the s...

Ultrasound treatment for hurt muscles may feel good, but doesn't promote healing, study suggests

...really no good scientific evidence showing that it treats injured muscles effectively, said Steven Devor, the study's lead author and an assistant professor of sport and exercise sciences at Ohio State University. Devor and his colleagues used ultrasound to treat contusion injuries inflicted on rats' gastro...

Minimally invasive breast cancer treatment shows promise

...D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. RF ablation treats tumors with heat produced by an electrical current. Ultrasound imaging is used to guide a needle-electrode to the tumor's center, where a temperature of approximately 200 F is applied for 15 minutes to destroy malignant tissue. To determine the feasi...

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