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More evidence of cannabis-induced psychosis

... impaired psychomotor functions and severe anxiety typical of cannabis-induced psychosis. When smoking cannabis, the effects of THC on psychomotor functions usually start once the concentration in the blood has reached 10ng/ml plasma. The trial should have been safe as the subjects were given low doses of T...

U of M researcher says Viagra may cause permanent vision loss in some men

... Seven patients, aged between 50 and 69 years, had typical features of NAION within 36 hours after ingestion of Viagra for erectile dysfunction. Seven similar cases have been previously reported. "For years, we've known that some men who take Viagra will experience temporary color changes in their vision...

Patients newly diagnosed with HIV are more likely to enter outpatient care with case management

...his is the first trial to compare head to head the typical passive referral with a time-limited employment of case management." In addition to Emory, the study included researchers from the Division of HIV/AIDS at the CDC, the University of Miami School of Medicine, the Health Research Association in Los An...

Economist: Cuba's state-run baseball doesn't go to bat for players

... balance in the Cuban League although I doubt the typical Cuban baseball fan would find much consolation in this."...

Raw food vegetarians have low bone mass

...researchers compared them to people who ate a more typical American diet, including refined carbohydrates, animal products and cooked food. The groups were matched according to age, sex and socioeconomic status. In both groups, Fontana's team measured body mass index, bone mass, bone mineral density, markers...

Stanford patient is first to test new treatment for peripheral arterial disease

...re much longer and wider than coronary arteries. A typical coronary stent is no bigger than a piece of dry macaroni and about as stiff. The leg stent placed in Joan Erickson, on the other hand, was about the size of a crayon and extremely pliable. "For the leg," said Sze, "a stent must be fatter, longer, mor...

Specific test key to determine whether or not allergy symptoms are really allergy-related

...a specialist for more than 20 million Americans. A typical charge for an office visit to an allergy specialist is around $100, about twice the cost of a visit to a family doctor. A new study suggests that family physicians could better serve their patients with symptoms related to hay fever, or allergic rhin...

New self-help technology set to combat eating disorders

...o introduce the use of the CD-ROM, compared with a typical individual treatment time of 12 hours. The intervention has considerable potential for use in primary care and other settings as a first step in BN treatment....

The European Society of Cardiology launches Women at Heart

...rt problems as her symptoms do not follow the more typical 'male' patterns learned in training. Women's patterns need to be better understood, outlined and reported to clinicians". Next steps Professor Priori says, "We look forward to working with our National Societies and the appropriate European auth...

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

...e flavors and textures that are far different from typical American-style cheeses. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture have recently conducted the first comprehensive chemical analysis of Hispanic-style cheeses, a development which could lead to improved quality and marketability of these chees...

Compound may help prevent diabetes in fast-food fans

...es derived from fat similar to the fat content of typical American fast-food diets. Results were then compared to a group of animals that were fed a low-fat (11 percent fat-derived calories) diet. As expected, the animals fed the high-fat diets developed insulin resistance, but the animals fed the low-fat d...

Study of obese diabetics explains why low-carb diets produce fast results

...ie eaten and spent was measured. After a week of typical eating, ten obese patients with type 2 diabetes followed the Atkins diet for two weeks, with carbohydrates limited to 20 grams per day and unlimited protein and fat. "When we took away the carbohydrates, the patients spontaneously reduced their dai...

Dartmouth researchers find where musical memories are stored in the brain

...he first to investigate a kind of auditory imagery typical of everyday experience. "It's fascinating that although the ear isn't actually hearing the song, the brain is perceptually hearing it," says coauthor William Kelley, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Dartmouth. The researche...

Computational tool predicts how drugs work in cells, advancing efforts to design better medicines

...om among the thousands of gene products found in a typical organism. This "blindness" in the welter of potential cellular targets means that the process of designing therapeutic drugs is neither precise nor efficient. The BU research team sought to bring precision and efficiency to this discovery process. ...

Implanted devices detect high-risk heart failure patients

...that can be frustratingly difficult to obtain in a typical clinical setting in this medically diverse group of patients, the researchers said. The results of the study were presented by Duke cardiologist Roosevelt Gilliam, M.D., March 7, 2005, at the annual scientific session of the American College of Cardi...

New trials for counseling caregivers and patients with Alzheimer's begin

...of each caregiver. Caregivers will learn about the typical needs, skills and limitations of people at this stage of the disease and how to relate to their parents in a way that enhances their experience, and makes the most of their parent's remaining strengths. A third trial will provide couples counseling ...

LRRK2 gene mutation causes Parkinson's disease in several families

...he first time we could identify what appears to be typical Parkinson's disease cases before people develop symptoms," Farrer says. "We know if someone inherits the mutation they are going to get Parkinson's disease." Farrer and his colleagues are beginning to explore the cellular role of the LRRK2 protein a...

New radio-frequency technique for knee injuries

...s is that of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), typical in football and skiing, but also in other sports where sudden turns, violent contacts and twists of the knee can take place. The rupture of this ligament is relatively frequent and, for professional sportspersons, may mean being out of competition sp...

Potential drug target for treating cocaine abuse found

...ar to the drug benztropine did not show any of the typical hyperactive behavior when later injected with cocaine. This effect wore off after a day. Cocaine produces intense feelings of euphoria by increasing the amount of dopamine that is sent from one neuron to another within the brain reward system. Dopami...

Mayo Clinic study finds obese kidney donors face few increased risks

... Clinic encourages live organ donations. Because a typical wait for a kidney from a deceased donor can range from three to five years, many people will not survive long enough on dialysis to reach transplantation. More than 300,000 Americans suffer from kidney failure requiring dialysis to live. Life expect...

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