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International committee of medical journal editors updates requirements for clinical trials registry

...on the JAMA website, www.JAMA.com . It will also appear in print in the June 15 issue of JAMA. The current joint editorial is an update and clarification of several points made in the ICMJE joint editorial published in September 2004. The first joint editorial stated that the journals "will consider a tr...

Survey of academic medical centers' standards for clinical-trial agreements with industry

...s established with industry sponsors. The findings appear in the May 26, 2005 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Detailed questionnaires, including questions about 17 specific contractual provisions restricting investigators' control over clinical trials, were sent to all 122 accredited medical s...

Corticosteroids do not help head injuries

...sly as a result of it." (Quote by e-mail; does not appear in published paper)...

Boston University psychologists find neurological mechanism for subliminal learning

...tion. As participants watched for gray letters to appear in the center of the screen, the imperceptible dots moved coherently just outside their field of vision. Participants were exposed again and again to the imperceptible, moving dots as they signaled the gray letters and were later tested to see if th...

Witnessing gun violence increases likelihood that a child will also commit violent crime

...themselves in the following years. The study will appear in the May 27 issue of Science. "Based on this study's results, showing the importance of personal contact with violence, the best model for violence may be that of a socially infectious disease," says Felton Earls, MD, HMS professor of social medici...

UK demand for overseas doctors severely affecting sub-Saharan Africa

... developing countries." (Quote by e-mail; does not appear in published paper) In an accompanying editorial The Lancet comments: "Every rich country can afford and should aim to train as many health-care workers as it needs. To poach and rely on highly skilled foreign workers from poor countries in the publi...

Health professionals should quit being passive about smoking

...sation and prevention." (Quote by e-mail; does not appear in published comment)...

Dartmouth professor finds prescription drug advertising 'walks a communications tightrope'

...use and interpret language, and two of his studies appear in the June issue of the journal Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. Both aim to understand how effectively and efficiently drug ads convey their messages. Glinert says that this line of research was prompted when the Food and Drug Admini...

New study has surprise findings on childhood depression

... majority of children exposed to high risk did not appear to become depressed -- they appeared to be resilient. Professor Najman said the study posed many questions. Evidence of the early origins of depressive symptoms in children arguably suggested a biological basis for these symptoms, as did the eviden...

Treating autism 'right the first time'

...ponders' slightly higher chronological age did not appear to be a factor. In fact, the youngest child of this group was among the poorest performing.) Responders received a total of six months, or approximately 190 hours, of treatment. As predicted, they made significant gains on several measures. Children...

Experimental shingles vaccine proves effective in nationwide study

...ccinated persons who got the disease. The findings appear in the June 2 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. The Shingles Prevention Study, conducted over 5 -years, was led by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and carried out in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infec...

Knee injury causes decrease in lubrication, has implications for arthritis

...ation is lost following injury. The results, which appear in the June issue of Arthritis & Rheumatism, are from a study by Rhode Island Hospital, University of Rhode Island, and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. It is known that injury is a risk factor for osteoarthritis, a common conditio...

College students think favorably, but act timidly about organ donation

...it with family members. Results of the research appear in the May issue of the Journal of Health Communication. College students are considered an important target group because they are likely to be of higher economic status, which has been linked positively with intention to sign an organ dono...

'Real life' study clarifies risk of recurrence for high-risk breast cancer patients

High-risk breast cancer patients do not appear to have a higher risk of relapse than the general breast cancer population during the first two years after diagnosis, unless their cancer has spread to more than 10 axillary lymph nodes, Italian researchers reported today at the 2nd ESMO Scientific ...

Men, women disagree on number of guns at home, new study finds

...home," the scientist said. "The finding that women appear to have less knowledge about household firearms indicates that their ability to participate in decision-making may be compromised. Moreover, if women believe there are no firearms in their homes, or that the firearms are stored safely, they have a de...

Women overestimate breast cancer risk, U-M study finds

...ecision Sciences in Medicine. Results of the study appear in the June issue of the journal Patient Education and Counseling. In the study, researchers surveyed 356 women. Half the women were asked to estimate the average woman's lifetime risk of developing breast cancer, and half were not asked for an estim...

Multi-drug resistant TB persists in California

...e., multidrug-resistant [MDR] strains) continue to appear in California despite high rates of treatment succ...ause an increasingly large proportion of MDR cases appear to be arising in rural or smaller health jurisdictions with limited resources and expertise; the thr...

Mayo Clinic case series illuminates connection between welding, brain damage

...are published online at www.neurology.org and will appear in the June 28 print issue of Neurology. Due to ethical concerns, human trials with manganese fume exposure are not conducted. Most information about welding and health hazards is gleaned from animal studies or from analyzing patient cases in which ...

TV confuses children about which foods are healthy, new study finds

...much to expect kids to understand." Study findings appear in the most recent issue of the journal Health Com...ood does not contain fat or has fewer calories may appear to be nutritional in nature, Harrison said, "but a lack of fat and calories will not in itself help ...

Autism and X-fragile syndrome

...and, amongst premutated persons, these repetitions appear between 55 and 200 times and, in those who have th...hose suffering from the X fragile syndrome -, they appear more than 200 times, reaching 1,000 repetitions in some cases. The results of this analysis show tha...

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