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UNH launches 2nd spinout company with NIH grants
...cture of the lungs' interior, which cannot be seen with
conventional techniques. It could benefit millions...n has secured FDA approval to test polarized xenon with
MRI in humans. The testing is scheduled for later this year with
Sam Patz, a collaborator at Brigham...
ESC releases the first European Guidelines on Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (PCI)
...as the first option for a larger group of patients with
acute coronary syndromes (ACS) than before. Recen... can be safely and effectively applied to patients with
various types of coronary lesions and patients with
and without myocardial infarction. The ESC Guide...
Abuse and HIV status linked to suicide risk
... in Toronto, Canada. The Hopkins study, consistent with
previous research, sheds new light on the extent t...e-half of the study participants reported problems with
depression and 26 percent reported problems with
anxiety. Twenty-four percent of non-abused, HIV-neg...
Study finds majority of women willing to accept cervical cancer vaccine for self and children
...nics at The University of Texas, Galveston. Women with
children between the ages of eight and 14 were ask... child vaccinated, compared to 64 percent of women with
a son. Stated reasons for women not accepting the vaccine included unknown side effects and not curr...
Kandel pays tribute to Hubel's and Wiesel's 25-year partnership and work in neurobiology & vision
...itten forewords that put their work in perspective with
today's research), the two Laureates will describe... of memory storage in neurons. He shared the prize with
fellow recipients Arvid Carlsson and Paul Greengard....
African-American women with endometrial cancer have more aggressive cancer than Caucasian women
...21, 2005--In two studies of African-American women with
endometrial cancer, a group of investigators from ...er Institute has found that African-American women with
advanced endometrial cancer have more aggressive tumors than Caucasian women, potentially leading to...
Targeting mutant B-Raf protein reduces melanoma development
...size, siRNA or BAY 43-9006 would have to be paired with
another therapeutic agent to cause the tumors to s...rently the seventh most common cancer in the U.S., with
about 52,000 cases diagnosed annually. Furthermore, it is the cancer with
the second fastest growth ...
Infant vernier acuity is comparable to that of adults
...uity is tested by viewing nearly collinear stripes with
varying amounts of spatial phase displacement betw...y of The Ohio State University conducted the study with
major funding from the National Eye Institute and the National Science Foundation. The researchers ...
Recovered king of beasts returns to his home, thanks to unique operation
...gical examination. I saw that he stood on his legs with
difficulty. When he tried to walk, he fell after a... the cases, the nature of the problem was revealed with
certainty only after death. "We decided to carry out this operation that had never before been perf...
Flu pandemic coming, US not prepared
...merica (IDSA) is telling policymakers. In meetings with
congressional and administration leaders, IDSA has...on is not prepared. "This year's serious problems with
flu vaccine supply showed us just how unprepared we are," says Andrew T. Pavia, chair of IDSA's Pand...
New self-help technology set to combat eating disorders
...multi-media self-help package for people diagnosed with
eating disorders developed by a medical researcher...ulimia nervosa is a common and disabling condition with
significant personal, social and relationship costs. University of Glasgow psychiatrist Dr Chris Wi...
Study shows use of budesonide reduced the risk of asthma related events by 40% in children
...2005 New data indicated that earlier intervention with
once-daily budesonide, an inhaled corticosteroid delivered by dry powder inhaler to children with
mild persistent asthma, significantly reduced the long-term risk and frequency of severe asthma-rela...
Employment prospects good for most cancer survivors -- but not all
...rly had a positive effect. People diagnosed early with
these cancers usually have a good quality of life ...n-going problems and the challenge is to help them with
a comprehensive range of clinical and supportive services aimed at better management of symptoms, re...
Frequently consuming foods with
a low pH value, such as soft drinks, fruit juices,...hew sugar-free gum to stimulate saliva flow Rinse with
water for 30 seconds Use a fluoride toothpaste...
Why asthma sufferers struggle with the common cold
... invoke critical anti-viral defenses when infected with
the common cold virus, according to a study in the...y viral infections are often more severe in people with
asthma and how infection can trigger asthma attacks. Past studies have shown that viruses can repli...
New studies show mixed results on epilepsy drugs and birth defects
...ercent for women who were taking lamotrigine along with
valproic acid during the first trimester. "Even th...asize the importance of trying to control seizures with
only one epilepsy drug if possible and the importance of planning carefully how epilepsy drugs will ...
Success of liver transplantation may be most influenced by three risk factors
...f the JAMA/Archives journals. Almost 2,000 people with
end-stage liver disease die every year waiting for...s write. "A CIT of 12 hours or more was associated with
shorter five-year graft survival (71 percent versus 58 percent). Five-year graft survival for UNOS s...
Simple intervention encourages sun protection behaviors
...m ultraviolet (UV) exposure from the sun, combined with
information on sunless tanning alternatives, was e...ken of their faces, one under normal light and one with
a UV filter. Underlying skin damage caused by chronic UV that can result in wrinkles and age spots i...
Tracking trends in cochlear implant complications using a federal database
...ta collected and organized by an impartial source, with
a mandatory reporting requirement," the authors write. "Confirming other studies, we found device failure to be the most commonly reported complication," the authors report. "We also found a significant decrease in device malfunction from the pre-19...
New technique shows promise for improved straightening of crooked nose
...to the author. All 41 patients undergoing surgery with
this technique, called extended spreader graft, had substantial improvement in the straightening of the middle third of the nose. One case showed improvement in the airway as well. Follow-up ranged from six months to two years. Results were documente...
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