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Invasive pneumonia and antibiotic resistance decreased after childhood vaccine introduced
...coccal isolates and demographic data from patients with
invasive disease. They calculated cumulative inci...t will be important to continue combining vaccines with
programs that emphasize appropriate use of antibiotics."...
HIV and ID doctors oppose ideologically driven STI prevention policies
...iation (HIVMA) say these programs must be replaced with
STI prevention policies that are based on sound sc...al activity, or to be in a monogamous relationship with
an uninfected partner. But we have to face reality," says Walter E. Stamm, MD, president of the Inf...
Countywide forecasts of water use available for Illinois, Midwest
...w faster than the population in the next 20 years, with
Chicago-area counties leading increased demand in ...partment of geography and environmental resources, with
funding from the Illinois Board of Higher Education. Sponsors for the regional report were the U.S. ...
Yale authors raise concerns regarding regionalized heart attack care
Calls to regionalize the care of patients with
heart attacks are premature, and do not account fo...an 80 percent of patients who arrive at a hospital with
chest pain symptoms aren't experiencing a heart attack." Andrew Epstein, assistant professor of Publ...
Protecting human subjects focus of national FDA conference at UH
...rovided an update on the regulations and presented with
an overview of the challenges, issues and potentia...aceutical research personnel and medical personnel with
an interest in human subjects protection, as well as graduate and undergraduate students. In comple...
Single mothers at higher risk for depression
...lege of Nursing was focused on 205 volunteer women with
children between the ages of 2 and 6 who were at h...ressors. The resulting depression could interfere with
their ability to parent, seek education and employment as well as significantly affect the entire fa...
Virginity pledges do not reduce STD risk: May encourage high risk sexual behavior
...ledges as adolescents are as likely to be infected with
sexually transmitted diseases as those who do not take virginity pledges, Yale and Columbia University researchers report in the March 18 issue of Journal of Adolescent Health. The virginity pledges may even encourage higher risk sexual behavior amo...
US life expectancy about to decline, researchers say
...ars-of-life-lost due to obesity and combining that with
estimates of the prevalence of obesity in younger .... It is well documented that obesity is associated with
an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer and other complications. Obesity and overweight...
Benign separation process being advanced for pharmaceutical industry
...o the drug industry. Now Virginia Tech researchers with
support from Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals have...tions. Taylor and other students have been working with
Pinkston for three years. Zheng recently joined the team and is studying how the additive allows the...
Employees with diabetes are not more tired
diabetes are not automatically more tired due to a...Dutch researcher Iris Weijman found that employees with
diabetes who have several chronic conditions and those who experience inconvenience from their illne...
Mountaineering doctors hike medicine to new heights with Xtreme Everest
...sure the amount of oxygen in their own blood along with
running tests to see how well their brains, lungs ...sk of thrombosis and other complications; combined with
the harsh mountain conditions, only the toughest are likely to finish the job. The summiting team, ...
University seeks recruits for arthritis study
... at the University of Edinburgh are seeking people with
arthritis to help them better understand how mood-...and pain impact on the thinking processes of those with
arthritis. Research psychologist Anthoula Lioni said: "Depression is common in people with
Teenage highs and lows
...factors influence teenagers to start experimenting with
marijuana or to move from experimental to regular use? Involvement with
other substances (alcohol and cigarettes), delinquency and school problems have been established as ...
Liverpool to lead 20M Department of Health initiative to develop medicines for children
...evelopment of children's medicines to a new level, with
the establishment of a national research network t...search Network has been developed in collaboration with
Imperial College, London, the Liverpool Women's Hospital, the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit a...
Specialist care gives better rate of survival
...y received regular cardiovascular follow-up visits with
a physician. Those who saw both a family practitio... a specialist had the lowest mortality rates, even with
more complicated conditions. Outpatient care involving both a specialist and a family physician was ...
Explosion of child obesity predicted to shorten us life expectancy
... obese or overweight, and the proportion of people with
extreme obesity has risen especially rapidly, the ...ors of fast food and soft drinks through contracts with
the food and beverage industry that help fund school programs -- even as they cut physical education...
Doctor suggested cannabis for pain relief, says one in six medicinal users in the UKMUHC study
...e UK reported using cannabis for medical purposes, with
more than a third (35 per cent) saying that they u...niversity Health Centre (MUHC) Pain Centre. People with
chronic pain were most likely to use cannabis for medicinal purposes (25 percent) followed by patien...
Mechanism of RNA recoding: New twists in brain protein production
...loops bring regulatory regions of the RNA together with
sites destined for recoding, guiding editing enzym...array of proteins from a single DNA sequence, each with
a slightly different function. Producing different proteins in a cell at once could let organisms f...
9.2 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures in 2004 - up 5%
...ic surgery procedures increased 5 percent in 2004, with
more than 9.2 million procedures performed a growth rate steady with
that of the U.S. economy, according to statistics released today by the American Society of Plastic ...
Brain imaging study may hold clues to onset of schizophrenia in people at high risk
...rain increase their neural activity in association with
various actions or thought processes, they emit en... We still need to know how they actually correlate with
schizophrenia onset." Belger's UNC co-authors were Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, who recently left UNC to ...
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