Tag: "says" at medical news
Spot on treatment for acne
...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 compared with those resulting from Roaccutane treatment, Blackburn commented. The company hopes to begin critical Pha...
New treatment boosts muscle function in myasthenia gravis
...aution since this was an open label study. Argov says
further research is underway to look at the effects of this drug over a longer period of time. ...
Adverse housing conditions contribute to diabetes risk
...ow housing conditions are exerting this influence, says
study senior author Douglas K. Miller, M.D., Richard M. Fairbanks Professor in Aging Research at IU School of Medicine and a Regenstrief Institute research scientist. However, it is clear that it wont be possible to reduce disparities in health statu...
Study suggests loss of 2 types of neurons -- not just 1 -- triggers Parkinson's symptoms
...ne neurons are dying and people still appear fine, says
Dr. Weinshenker. "The lack of symptoms until the ...er ameliorate the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, says
Dr. Weinshenker. ...
Regulator of lipid metabolism ensures high quality breast milk
...mechanism that ensures the quality of breast milk, says
Ronald M. Evans, Ph.D., professor in the Salk Inst...ffspring soon stopped growing and lost their hair, says
Wan. It took us some time to figure out what was going on. If the pups were given anti-inflammator...
Grandparents, older adults encouraged to seek help for a sleep disorder
... we get older, our sleep is more easily disturbed, says
James P. Krainson, MD, of the South Florida Sleep ...ations for changes in older adults sleep patterns, says
Dr. Krainson. Older adults may produce and secrete less melatonin, the hormone that promotes sleep....
Adverse housing conditions contribute to diabetes risk
...nown environmental contaminants." Schootman also says
stress might be involved. Individuals who live in ...w housing conditions are exerting this influence," says
senior author Douglas K. Miller, M.D., the Richard M. Fairbanks Professor in Aging Research and Rege...
Disability payments may spur drug abuse
...nth and the admissions surge begins on the fourth, says
lead author, Carlos Dobkin, PhD, with the Universi...l wallets can exacerbate impulse control problems, says
author Steven L. Puller, PhD, with Texas A&M University. The authors observe that their findings c...
Penn study finds pro-death proteins required to regulate healthy immune function
...mulation. We simply say they are the same thing, says
Thompson, Director of the Abramson Cancer Center a...think that is the basis of all cell proliferation, says
Chromatin remodeling complex connected to DNA damage control
...gory of targets for potentially attacking cancer," says
senior author Xuetong "Snow" Shen, Ph.D., an assis...ication of something that modifies histones," Shen says
of INO80. Shen's research is conducted in yeast, but the pathways involved are conserved in all fo...
Pathway links inflammation, angiogenesis and breast cancer
...on's Department of Molecular and Cellular Oncology says
of the chain of events described in the journal. ... them. Who gets the gun" And how does one get it"" says
Hung. Hung and colleagues showed that IKKa phosphorylates CBP in the nucleus, switching CBP's bind...
Stanford researchers find culprit in aging muscles that heal poorly
... more scar tissue, also known as fibrosis. "That says
something about how cells decide who they're going to be. Even if they start off knowing they're supposed to be a muscle cell, they can change," said Rando. "If you're exposed to the wrong environment, it will change your fate." Rando said the type...
Researchers suggest TB screening for all international adoptees
...renatal screening for infectious diseases is rare, says
Richard Long, MD, professor in Pulmonary Medicine ...ldren from other parts of the world has increased, says
Long. Specifically, Long reminds that all international adoptees be screened upon arrival in North...
NIH scientists target future pandemic strains of H5N1 avian influenza
...scovered will help to prepare for a future threat, says
NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni, M.D. While nobody ...ith future emerging avian influenza virus mutants, says
NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, M.D. This research could possibly help to contain a pandemic early ...
Using MRI for diagnosis could help prevent breast cancer progression
...edition of The Lancet. And an accompanying Comment says
that the findings show that MRI should now be used as a distinct method in its own right to detect breast cancer in its earliest stage. Professor Christiane Kuhl, Department of Radiology, University of Bonn, Germany and colleagues studied 7319 wome...
Diet foods for children may lead to obesity
... may inadvertently lead to overeating and obesity, says
a new report from the University of Alberta. A team of researchers contends that animals learn to connect the taste of food with the amount of caloric energy it provides, and children who consume low-calorie versions of foods that are normally hig...
To gain muscle and lose fat, drink milk: study
...cted, was much larger than we thought it would be, says
Phillips, associate professor of kinesiology at Mc...ers. I think the evidence is beginning to mount, says
Phillips. Milk may be best known for its calcium content in supporting bone health, but our researc...
Drug-eluting stent controversy explored in the American Heart Hospital Journal
...lly treated, remains the Achilles heel of DES use, says
Dr. Sigwart. The polymer matrix used for the delivery of drugs, which clearly induces inflammatory responses, may, in part, be responsible for very late thrombosis. Dr. Renu Virmani and colleagues at the CVPath Institute of Gaithersburg, Maryland b...
Penn researchers discover novel pathway for increasing 'good' cholesterol
...off a piece of it and by activating its inhibitor, says
first author Weijun Jin, MD, Research Assistant Pr...5A had 50 percent higher HDL-C than control mice, says
senior author Daniel J. Rader, MD, the Cooper/McLure Professor of Medicine and Associate Director of...
Long heat waves boost hospital admissions
...elated impacts in the heat watch/warning systems," says
Mastrangelo. "The first part of a heat wave having only minor effects supports heat health systems where alerts are based on duration of hot humid days." ...
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