Tag: "fast" at medical news

MRI finds breast cancer before it becomes dangerous

...for this was that as it appears, in particular the fast growing tumours do not develop the calcifications which constitute the basis of mammographic DCIS diagnosis. Instead, these DCIS are pervaded by many small blood vessels in which the contrast medium that is injected for an MRT scan collects particula...

Heat-related deaths in middle, high school football players spikes in 2006

..., kids whose body temperatures rose so high and so fast under the summer sun that their brains couldnt keep up, couldnt regulate their cores, and the boys died. When something is preventable ..., Mueller said, shaking his head. Those kids could be alive today. Five young athletes, from 11 to 17 years ...

Flaxseed stunts the growth of prostate tumors

... or cling to other body cells, both factors in how fast cancer cells proliferate, Demark-Wahnefried said. The researchers also suspect that lignans may have antiangiogenic properties, meaning they are able to choke off a tumor's blood supply, stunting its growth. "We are excited that this study showed t...

Research shows aerobic exercise helps maintain muscle in elderly

...sue of the journal Diabetes. "It turned out that a fast walk restored the insulin response quite well." To test their hypothesis, the researchers first required six of their 13 subjects to walk for 45 minutes on a treadmill quickly enough to keep their hearts beating at 70 percent of their maximum rate ...

'How innovation drives our economy' set for June 5 at UD

... and patients, designed to provide for the secure, fast and reliable delivery of health information at the time and place of care. Can we create a flight simulator for the surgeon that will enable surgeons to practice complex medical procedures before they even touch the patient" Can we explore molecula...

New reforms could cut the number of unexplained infant deaths

...cess allowing this to happen has been astoundingly fast says the writer. Peter Fleming, a professor of infant health in Bristol, who implemented a structured system in Avon which will form the template of what will become nationwide protocol, says: "(this) reflects huge concern within the professions t...

'Supersize me' mice research offers grim warning for America's fast food consumers

...efore upgrading to the large size at your favorite fast food joint. Saint Louis University research presented this week in Washington, D.C., shows the dangers of high-fat food combined with high fructose corn syrup and a sedentary lifestyle in other words, what may be becoming commonplace among Americans...

Clinical trial data for Perforomist Inhalation Solution presented at International ATS Conference

... Perforomist Inhalation Solution gives effective, fast bronchodilation that lasts a full 12 hours, allowing patients to nebulize just twice a day once in the morning and once in the evening for convenient, long-term control of their symptoms. And because the product is nebulized, patient quality of li...

Parents and schools, major factors in China obesity boom

...reased passive transport to school, easy access to fast food and also students in these areas are more likely to spend more time doing homework and have less physical activity." Dr Li added. Parental control of "snacking" was reported to be strongly associated with adolescent obesity, especially in boys...

Nanomedicine opens the way for nerve cell regeneration

...rd nerve growth and never lets them stray from the fast lane." ...

FDA approves Dey, L.P.'s Perforomist inhalation solution for maintenance treatment of COPD

...s. It is a proven, well-understood compound whose fast onset of action combined with sustained symptomatic relief is highly stabilizing for many patients, offering them a safe and effective maintenance therapy. DEY's nebulized formoterol will be a valuable addition to the clinician's arsenal." FDA'...

Breakdown of myelin implicated in Alzheimer's, UCLA research shows

...ent conduction of nerve impulses. It is key to the fast processing speeds that underlie our higher cognitive functioning, including, yes, wisdom. Myelination continues sheathing axons until we reach the age of about 50, but in these later stages, the myelin becomes more and more susceptible to damage. N...

Eye muscles -- those go-getters of the anatomical world

...uscle experts will explore at the symposium, Ultra fast and ultra active: the strange life of the extraocular muscles. The symposium will take place at the 120th annual meeting of The American Physiological Society (APS), which coincides with Experimental Biology 2007. The session will be held at 10:30 a....

Mice with a migraine show signs of brain damage

...e oxygen-rich blood vessels soaks up the oxygen as fast as they can, leaving tissues further away with a diminished supply. Its like a pride of lion cubs fighting for their mothers milk a few may get nudged away, go without, and will eventually die. In a brain in the midst of cortical spreading depressio...

Poor diet puts teenagers' health at risk

A quarter of Australian teenagers eat fast food everyday and more than a third hardly ever ea...g term health and wellbeing." Extra foodssuch as fast foods, energy-dense snacks and sugar-sweetened drinkswere consumed by nearly 90 per cent of the teen...

Healthy schools project gets an 'A'

... least 150 minutes of exercise each week Eat less fast food and fatty food Spend less mindless time in front of the TV and computer With their classes, students learn the updated food pyramid from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and how and why eating a "rainbow of color" of fruits and vegetables...

A new, nanoporous ceramic filter offers hope to kidney-dialysis patients

...could also alleviate the stress resulting from the fast blood flow required to remove toxins and finish a ...ruyden, "you have to be invasive in order to get a fast enough flow. If we can filter the toxins out faster, we won't need such a fast flow rate." Partly ...

Listen to your heart: Researchers discover a physiological indicator of vulnerability to temptation

...sis. In the first, participants were instructed to fast for three hours in order to take part in what they believed was a physiology of food preference experiment. Participants HRV was monitored while they were presented with a tray of cookies, candy and.carrots. Temptation, in this case, was indicated by...

Sleep apnea common, but undiagnosed, among pacemaker patients

...s node disease, in which a heart chamber pumps too fast or too slow. Abnormally slow heart rhythms (Bradycardic rhythm disorders) are common among patients with obstructive sleep apnea. Researchers screened the patients with the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and polysomnography, a device that records breathing...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- Feb. 28, 2007

.... The developed and validated procedure provides a fast and reliable way to elucidate the potential misuse of the long-acting insulin analogue LAN in regular doping control specimens. ARTICLE #1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mass Spectrometric Identification of Degradation Products of Insulin and Its Long-Acti...

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