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Most seniors now have drug coverage, U-M study shows
...6. The overall enrollment figures found in this study
were quite similar to those reported by the U.S. D...coverage was that they used few or no drugs. The study
also asked people about the difficulty of the decision process, and whether they were confident that...
To gain muscle and lose fat, drink milk: study
Hamilton, ON. August 8, 2007 Part of an ongoing study
into the impact of drinking milk after heavy weigh...nd that milk helps exercisers burn more fat. The study
by researchers at McMaster University and published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrit...
Stress may leave your mouth a mess
...ship between stress and periodontal diseases, said study
author Daiane Peruzzo, PhD. However, patients who ...ection between stress and periodontal diseases. A study
in the July issue of the JOP found that increased levels of cortisol can lead to increased destructi...
Where's the beef? Not enough of it is on elders' plates, muscle-metabolism study suggests
... at turning protein-rich food into muscle. A new study
published today suggests that a diet containing a ...addon-Jones is the senior author of a paper on the study
published in the August issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and now available online...
Baby DVDs, videos may hinder, not help, infants' language development
... comes to acquiring vocabulary, according to a new study
by researchers at the University of Washington and...abularies on toddlers 17 to 24 months of age. The study
was published today in the Journal of Pediatrics. The most important fact to come from this study
Refusal of medical and surgical interventions common among chronically ill elderly
...mmended by their physicians, according to a recent study
by Yale School of Medicine researchers. The study
suggests that physicians continue to recommend invasive or risky interventions for people with advan...
Penn researchers discover novel pathway for increasing 'good' cholesterol
...t for ultimately controlling good cholesterol. The study
appears in the current issue of Cell Metabolism. ...the risk of heart attack and stroke. Although this study
was performed in mice, humans have the same proprotein convertases and endothelial lipase, and these...
Not all 'drug-related deaths' are 'drug-related'
...he performance of Drug and Alcohol Action Teams, a study
published in the online open access journal Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy suggests. DRDs are currently used to help evaluate the success of Drug and Alcohol Action Teams in England and Wales, but the term's exact meaning varies a...
Obesity linked to hyperparathyroidism in chronic kidney disease
...d deathincreases along with body weight, reports a study
in the September Clinical Journal of the American ...al prognostic and therapeutic implications." The study
was based on a database of 496 U.S. veterans with moderate to severe CKD who were not yet on dialysi...
Better mobility keeps seniors healthier
...uality-of-Life for a group of older Americans. The study
revealed that mobility is a key factor impacting q...yle Interventions and Independence for EldersPilot study
(LIFEP) was a randomized, controlled trial that compared a physical activity intervention to a non-e...
...unemployment but caused more road accidents. The study
also shows that as the socioeconomic status, measured here by unemployment rates, of the community changes, so do the demographics and mortality rates of the trauma population. There were more male patients, African American patients and deaths at ti...
Researchers find vitamin B1 deficiency key to vascular problems for diabetic patients
...e researchers feel that important areas for future study
are: confirmation of low plasma thiamine concentrations in diabetic populations of other countries independent of local diet; the evaluation of thiamine and thiamine derivatives to correct low plasma thiamine concentration in diabetes, reverse vascul...
Geriatric health conditions have major effect on half of all seniors
ANN ARBOR, Mich. A broad study
of adults ages 65 and older has found that half of...conditions, stroke and psychiatric problems. The study
which appears in the Aug. 7 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine fills a major gap in research...
Wireless technology shows promise in diagnosing pediatric intestinal disease
Parma, Italy August 07, 2007 - A new study
in the American Journal of Gastroenterology sugges...apsule endoscopy is a useful and safe technique to study
small bowel health in children. While the technology has become widely used in adult treatment, this...
Even older women at high risk have little interest in being tested for HIV, study finds
...risk factors for lifetime exposure, according to a study
published in the July/August edition of the Journa...he course of a single, face-to-face interview with study
participants, most of whom said they were not currently sexually active. More than 60 percent of t...
New research discovers independent brain networks control human walking
(Baltimore, MD) - In a study
published in the August issue of Nature Neuroscien... incredibly exciting, said Dr. Amy Bastian, senior study
author and Director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. These findin...
Parents' depression can weigh on children
...orer quality of life than normal-weight peers. UFs study
is one of the first to examine how factors such as parent distress, depression and bullying affect a childs well-being, giving researchers a better understanding of how to help overweight children. UF researchers surveyed 96 overweight or obese chi...
Diets high in choline may increase risk for colorectal polyps
...ot alwayslead to colorectal cancer, according to a study
published online in the August 7 Journal of the N...ased risk for colorectal polyps. This is the first study
to examine the association between choline and colorectal polyps. Eunyoung Cho, Sc.D., of Brigham...
Chemotherapy with bevacizumab increases risk of blood clots in arteries
...h treatment with chemotherapy only, according to a study
published online August 7 in the Journal of the N...ese events, and the risk factorsidentified in this study
should be considered when making treatment decisions for individual patients, the authors write. ...
Study reveals gaps in vaccine financing for underinsured children
...University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, comments on the study
by Lee and colleagues. Strong proponents of immunization will likely object to the concept of universally recommended vaccines ranked on their relative merits. Nonetheless, that position fails to acknowledge the implicit prioritization of recommend...
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