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One third of patients who stop treatment for schizophrenia early do so due to poor response

...ng their medicationearly do so because they do not feel any significant improvement or becausetheir symptoms are worsening. A study published today in the open accessjournal BMC Medicine reveals that patients with schizophrenia are three timesmore likely to stop treatment because of poor response or worse...

Employers missing out on best financial benefits of preventive care

...ing "lifestyle modification" programs because they feel the programs do not work or that they aren't cost-effective in the short run....

Radiotherapy advance points way to noninvasive brain cancer treatment

...ighting cancer) is the type of work that makes you feel good about being a scientist," she says. "If you can really contribute to humanity and do something that's useful for people, for sick people, it's really incredibly gratifying."...

Suicide risk does not increase when adults start using antidepressants, study finds

... right medication in the amount that can help them feel better."...

Patients and researchers differ on perception of remission from depression

...s for antidepressant medication. However, patients feel they're well when they return to their usual, normal self; function normally; and feel optimism and self-confidence. The study is published in the January issue of the American Journal of...

Risky sex in Miami, racial influence on children's care in latest Journal of Urban Health

...rthermore, 38 percent of non-users said they would feel comfortable using a computer in a community center to search for health information. This suggests that adding computers in community settings can help reduce the digital divide between minorities and whites, said senior author Tiffany L. Gary, PhD, ...

NYU Child Study Center expert co-authors 'Who Invented Lemonade?'

...hem. In fact, how we think directly effects how we feel and what we do. Who Invented Lemonade? will help you examine your thoughts and look for other ways to explain and understand your life, the world and others." It will inspire people to see they have a choice in every situation. They have the choice t...

Removing gaps depends on overall health

... good solution to tooth loss because they look and feel like natural teeth," says Kenton Ross, DMD, FAGD, an AGD spokesperson. "They can enhance a patient's quality of life and self-image."...

One in five patients on commonly prescribed diuretics have abnormal sodium and potassium levels

...er Clayton. "In milder cases they can make people feel below par, cause general weakness and tiredness and sometimes interfere with the normal rhythm of the heart. "Severe loss of sodium can make it difficult for people to maintain their blood pressure at a normal level, causing dizziness, confusion and...

Manchester oral health pioneer wins second major honour in six months

...mic to win the award. Professor Blinkhorn said: "I feel very honoured to have been given such a prestigious award, which actually recognises the achievements of everyone I have been lucky enough to work with over the past ten years. I would particularly like to thank Martin Tickle and Keith Milsom, Direc...

Study highlights distress caused by bladder problems affecting one in six people over 40

...ome, 22 per cent of people said that OAB made them feel uncomfortable with people they didn't know and 20 ...on their emotional well-being and their ability to feel at ease at work or in social situations" says Dr Irwin, whose co-authors included experts from Ameri...

Researchers find effective, cheap treatment for cystic fibrosis lung disease

...use of this therapy will reduce how often patients feel ill, will slow the decline of lung function over time and will help these people live longer." Dr. James Kiley, director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's Division of Lung Diseases, said the treatment "sets the stage for the developme...

End-of-life wishes vary among racial and ethnic groups, and between genders, study finds

...dicine. During the focus groups, black men did not feel strongly about the importance of having family and friends take care of them, and they said they did not want to burden their loved ones. Indeed, black people in the study would prefer staying in an intensive care unit or nursing home, or to have hos...

University of Utah surgeon returns from Iraq to help start-up company fight cancer

...ws direct visualization; doctors no longer have to feel around for the tumor during the operation, but can easily identify and remove it on their first try. This technology has the potential to decrease operating room time, decrease the number of second surgeries that are performed, as well as decrease th...

Even with more free time, women feel no less rushed, study finds

...n. A study found that men who have more free time feel less rushed than men with less leisure time. But e...ree from paid work and household tasks, they don't feel less rushed. The results suggest that women particularly mothers may feel the pressures of childc...

UQ Australian of the Year will continue to fight for women's health

...e of the greatest beneficiaries of the vaccine. "I feel I have a responsibility to ensure that they and other women in developing countries have affordable access to the vaccine that he helped develop." Professor Frazer is working with the Gates Foundation and is a consultant to the World Health Organisat...

Stress and emotions can negatively effect heart health

...ation during recovery from a heart attack. If you feel overwhelmed by the challenge of managing the behaviors associated with heart disease, consult a qualified psychologist. He or she can help develop personal strategies for setting and achieving reasonable health improvement goals, as well as building ...

Australian medicine again recognised in Australian of the Year

...honour and we need more science heroes, although I feel almost embarrassed to be selected. It's a role I never envisaged.'' The vaccine Gardasil is being developed by Medicines Australia member company CSL after being researched by the University of Queensland's Centre for Immunology and Cancer Research o...

Amputation among patients with diabetes mellitus: Is height a factor?

...ion to the lower extremity so that patient's don't feel symptoms of a developing ulcer (pain) and don't recognize its early presence. It is also known that such neuropathy (declining nerve function) occurs most frequently and earliest in longer nerves, such as those going to the legs. In this study, the ...

UNC nutrition researchers dispute claims that obesity problem is exaggerated

... from obesity-related morbidity and mortality. "We feel that treating a real health problem as non-existing is equally irresponsible as blaming the victims only."...

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(Date:4/18/2014)... pills in Peru found that 28 percent of ... or falsified. Many pills released the active ingredient ... One batch had no active ingredient at all. ... at the Georgia Institute of Technology developed a ... suspected counterfeit drugs and then characterize their chemical ...
(Date:4/18/2014)... researchers have published soil organic carbon sequestration rates. ... organic carbon can be sequestered by simply switching from ... there is a growing body of research with evidence ... cover crops, small grains, and forages may not be ... , "Some studies have shown that both moldboard and ...
(Date:4/18/2014)... PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] Asteroid and comet impacts ... animals on regional or even global scales. But new ... preserve the signatures of ancient life at the time ... Brown geologist Pete Schultz has found fragments of leaves ... a several ancient impacts in Argentina. The material could ...
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