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New book on bipolar disorder targets 12 million affected Americans, families

...ll For Dummies books, Bipolar Disorder For Dummies concludes with "The Part of Tens," including "Ten Questions to Ask a Psychiatrist or Therapist," "Ten Ways to Fight the High Cost of Treatment," and "Ten Ways to Help the Bipolar Community." A helpful "cheat sheet" gives symptoms to identify if you have ever...

Latin America has high prevelance of lung diseases

... problem in Latin America than previously thought, concludes a study published online today (Friday November 4, 2005) by The Lancet. High rates of tobacco smoking, the main risk factor for COPD, could explain the prevalence but altitude may also play a part, state the authors. The investigators looked at the p...

HIV-positive patients have shorter survival periods while awaiting liver transplants

...on of Hepatitis C virus through a needle-stick. He concludes that "synchronized multi-special care along with early referral will help to minimize the number of deaths on the waiting lists and facilitate excellent outcomes following liver transplantation in this deserving group of recipients."...

Studies find no evidence that estrogens in soy increase uterine cancer risk

...etely rule out the potential for risk. However, he concludes that "the bulk of the experimental evidence points to a protective effect of soy consumption on endometrial cancer risk."...

New study shows measles immunization may prevent fatal brain infection

...of Infectious Diseases, now available online, also concludes that vaccination against measles could prevent many more cases of the disease, known as subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, or SSPE, than previously thought. Because persons have apparently contracted SSPE without ever knowingly having had measles,...

UCLA/VA research analysis in journal Nature explains wide variations in animal sleep habits

...Veterans Affairs' Neurobiology Research Laboratory concludes that environment and diet largely determine sleep ... up for this by sleeping more deeply. The analysis concludes that sleep functions to keep animals safe by restricting waking to the hours when an animal is most ...

Researchers question persistent cough treatments for kids

...t cough may not be the most effective. One review concludes that antibiotic treatment might be useful for children with moist coughs that last more ten days. A second review suggests that children with persistent dry coughs should not be treated with corticosteroid drugs normally prescribed for asthma patient...

World's poorest children missing out on child survival strategies

...hing the poorest children that need them the most, concludes an article in this week's issue of The Lancet. In most low-income countries, coverage rates for child-survival interventions are low, and millions of children die every year from diseases for which there are effective interventions. Cesar Victora (F...

Guidelines needed to help doctors treat different types of insecticide self-poisoning

...es of organophosphorus insecticide self-poisoning, concludes an article in this week's issue of The Lancet. Organophosphorus insecticide poisoning is a major global health problem, with hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. Most of these are in developing countries but this type of poisoning is also an i...

Antipsychotic treatment of dementia leads to small increase in risk of death

... risk for death when used in people with dementia, concludes a team of researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in a meta-analysis of 15 clinical trials published in the October 19 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Despite this risk, says Lon...

Beta blockers should not remain the first choice treatment for high blood pressure

...high blood pressure in patients with hypertension, concludes a meta-analysis published online today (Tuesday October 18, 2005) by The Lancet. More than a quarter of the world's adult population, totalling nearly one billion people, have high blood pressure. For three decades, beta blockers have been widely us...

Booster vaccination against hepatitis B not necessary for long-term protection

...re protected for over 10 years after immunisation, concludes a study in this week's issue of The Lancet. The authors state that booster doses of vaccine do not seem necessary to ensure long-term protection. Viral hepatitis B is a leading cause of acute and chronic liver disease worldwide. The World Health Orga...

One dose of vaccine against Japanese encephalitis provides sustained protection

...5%12-15 months after immunisation. Professor Ohrr concludes "Because of the large vaccine-eligible population in the Asian-Pacific region and the short supply of Japanese encephalitis vaccine, the high protective effect of one dose of SA 14-14-2 vaccine lends support to the integration of a single dose, where...

Liverpool psychology helps bring peace to European football

... adopt the same tactics as the PSP. Consequently, concludes the report, the GNR were unable to set limits of behaviour early on, or to differentiate between troublemakers and bystanders when forced to intervene. More fans were drawn in, and trouble escalated. Dr Stott said: "Our approach was valid and useful...

Study questions widespread use of C-reactive protein test to assess cardiovascular risk

A new study concludes that widespread screening for cardiovascular risk by measuring blood levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), a protein produced by the liver, should not be advocated. Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore analyzed data...

Drug can reduce risk of death, heart attack, and stroke in patients with diabetes

...stroke in high-risk patients with type 2 diabetes, concludes an article in this week's issue of The Lancet. Patients with diabetes have a two to four-fold increased risk of a cardiovascular event compared with non-diabetics. Until now there has only been indirect evidence suggesting that pioglitazone could re...

NSAIDs show promise in preventing mouth cancer but pose heart risk

... increases their risk of death from heart disease, concludes an article published online today (Friday October 7,2005) by The Lancet. The findings highlight the need for a careful risk-benefit analysis when long-term use of NSAIDs is considered, state the authors. Previous studies have suggested that NSAIDs co...

UK foot and mouth epidemic was a human tragedy, not just an animal one

...demic was a human tragedy, not just an animal one, concludes a study published online by the BMJ today. The UK's foot and mouth disease epidemic in 2001 has been described as the most serious event ever to occur in a country previously free of the disease. Between 6.5 million and 10 million animals were slaug...

Pupils who eat school dinners just as healthy, if not healthier, than those who don't

...an that of pupils eating meals provided from home, concludes a study published online by the BMJ today. The nutritional content of school dinners has been causing great concern, yet little information is available comparing the health of school pupils who do and do not eat them. Researchers examined the health...

Short-term hormone therapy can improve outlook for men with early prostate cancer

...iotherapy can substantially improve their outlook, concludes an article published online today (Thursday October 6, 2005) by THE LANCET ONCOLOGY. Androgen deprivation therapy aims to lower concentrations of the male hormone testosterone in the body that can stimulate prostate cancer cells to grow. This type of...

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