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Elevated CRP can foil diet's ability to lower cholesterol

...at if your CRP is elevated, you may not be able to reap the full benefit of the Step 1 Diet with or without soy." The study is detailed in a paper, Lipid Response to a Low-Fat Diet with or without Soy Is Modified by C-Reactive Protein Status in Moderately Hypercholesterolemic Adults, published in a recen...

Study shows nicotine levels in Lexington service workers drop 56% after Smoke-Free Law

...w, illustrating that smokers and non-smokers alike reap the health benefits of smoke-free laws."...

Mars breaks new ground in heart health with Cocoavia

..., you can eat a relatively small portion and still reap the benefits. That means less fat and fewer calories compared to a regular, larger-sized chocolate bar. A 0.78-ounce CocoaVia TM Original Chocolate Bar contains 100 calories, while a serving of the CocoaVia TM Chocolate-Covered Almonds contains 140...

Broccoli sprouts, cabbage, ginkgo biloba and garlic: A grocery list for cancer prevention

...s that the addition of these foods to the diet can reap benefits at any stage of life. Broccoli Sprouts Relieve Gastritis in H. pylori Patients; May Help Prevent Gastric Cancer (Abstract #3442) Broccoli sprouts may not be a culinary favorite for some, but their chemical properties are becoming increa...

Many smokers fail to quit after cancer diagnosis

...tinent after diagnosis and treatment are likely to reap substantial physical and psychological benefits, including improved QOL and prolonged survival." ...

WHO must prepare health ministries for trade liberalisation

...h are increasingly global rather than national. To reap the myriad benefits of this change, it is essential that health ministries everywhere have the knowledge to ensure that future trade in health services reinforces the principles of access and equity."...

Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for Jan. 3, 2006

...lude that simple, unsupervised walking at home can reap many benefits for patients with PAD....

Advice to children with sleep apnea: Wear that night-time breathing device!

...en aren't always using them consistently enough to reap the maximum benefits. The breathing masks, which deliver a gentle, steady flow of air called positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy, significantly improved breathing and oxygen levels when worn regularly, researchers report in the March issue of Pedi...

JCI Table of Contents, April 3, 2006

...emselves running or playing basketball may one day reap the benefits of research that shows adult stem cells can make new tendon tissue. Researchers Dan Gazit and colleagues at Hadassah Medical Center in Israel engineered mouse mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which reside in the bone marrow and fat tissue,...

Stem cells can repair torn tendons or ligaments

...emselves running or playing basketball may one day reap the benefits of research at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem that shows that adult stem cells can be used to make new tendon or ligament tissue. Tendon and ligament injuries present a major clinical challenge to orthopedic medicine. In the United...

National trial gives 'unprecedented' support for steroid withdrawal in kidney transplants

...ver that barrier, then all transplant patients can reap the benefits of being steroid free," he adds. ...

Public Library of Science to launch new, open access journal on neglected tropical diseases

...l be freely available to all, so that everyone can reap the benefits." The journal's distinguished international editorial board includes many experts from developing countries, and some of the biggest names in tropical medicine and global health, including renowned health economist Jeffrey Sachs and th...

Dedicated R&D lab established to spur RFID industry in Canada

...mendous growth potential and if Canada is going to reap the benefits it needs to innovate at home and attract talent here," said Mamdouh Shoukri, Vice President, Research & International Affairs, McMaster University. "This lab provides the opportunity to conduct much needed forefront research and to supp...

Consortium of international hospitals receives $11 million to conduct study of genetic brain tumors

...e and effort to the Gliogene study may potentially reap dividends for future brain tumor patients."...

New study finds treatment with certain anti-hypertensive drugs may reduce Alzheimer's disease

...sure with certain anti-hypertensive drugs may also reap the benefits of the drugs cognitive effects. Dr. Pasinettis research is part of a growing push to identify and develop more effective treatments for Alzheimers disease. This devastating, degenerative illness is of particular concern now Boomers beg...

Interagency relations key to improving outcomes from UK health research

...ew single fund for health research in the UK is to reap expected results, says this weeks lead Editorial. The single fund will be called the Office for Strategic Coordination of Health Research (OSCHR) and its interim chair will be John Bell, currently Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of ...

Are one-third of costly implanted heart devices unnecessary? New study suggests yes

... of Excellence demonstrated how MTWA testing could reap hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for the Medicare system, and the taxpayers who support it. That analysis was based on assumptions about MTWA testing's ability to predict risk assumptions that can now be adjusted based on the new study res...

ACP supports new bill to promote adoption of health information technology

...ued Dr. Kirk. "Before America's patients can truly reap the benefits of health information technology it must be available and working where most people receive care."In surveys of ACP members involved in direct patient care after training, approximately 20 percent report they are in solo practice, and 50...

Spot on treatment for acne

...t developed without side effects could potentially reap blockbuster sales. Although Summit has not disclosed the name of the drug now under evaluation, the company says it represents an entirely new class of compounds for treating acne. At the doses we are looking at any side effects should be mild com...

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(Date:8/27/2014)... FREMONT, Calif. , Aug. 27, 2014  WaferGen ... completed its previously announced underwritten public offering of units ... $10,000 per unit for gross proceeds of $20 million, ... expenses payable by the Company.  The shares and warrants ... Each unit sold in the offering consists ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... researchers have identified a gene that could help scientists ... protein in the cell membrane of plants that senses ... conservation machinery accordingly. , "It,s similar to a ... at Duke. , The findings, which appear Aug. ... it easier to feed the world,s growing population in ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... manipulating neural circuits in the brain of mice, ... memories. The research, led by Howard Hughes Medical ... of Technology (MIT), reveals that the connections between ... information about an experience and the part of ... that experience are malleable. , Altering those ...
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