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Community MRSA is re-emergence of 1950's pandemic
... diseases in healthier and younger age groups than those
currently regarded as at risk. The increased resistance to antibiotics of the community acquired MRSA clone over its 80/81 ancestor mean that there could also be other factors which complicate the treatment of the disease it causes."...
Advanced prostate cancer previously considered inoperable may be operable, curable
...ancer with radical prostatectomy not only approach those
of cT2 prostate cancer (cancer confined to the pro... incontinence rates and complications were akin to those
for cT2 prostate cancer. Some of the patients studied with cT3 prostate cancer had additional, or a...
Rockefeller University researchers are changing the face of drug addiction treatment
...ould not affect an addicted person's behavior. But those
ideas are changing now, and that change is part of our story." The National Institute of Drug Addiction (NIDA) developed the Clinical Trials Network to both test and publicize various science-based addiction treatments, and the contingency management...
New approach to eye training may significantly improve performance
...ured every 180 trials. The researchers found that those
who first trained on the clear displays approximately doubled their efficiency and transferred their improved performance to the cluttered displays immediately. Those that first trained on the cluttered displays did not show any transferred improveme...
Study finds radiation therapy for prostate cancer nearly doubles risk for rectal cancer
...rcent higher risk of developing rectal cancer than those
who underwent surgery, a risk similar to that posed by having a family history of the disease. This is the first study to quantify rectal cancer risk associated with prostate radiation. The entire study will be published April 1, 2005 in the American...
American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for April 2005 (first issue)
...istant strains and little ultimate benefit came to those
treated. The next big movement forward came with ...earchers in Madras, India, found that results from those
who were treated with tuberculosis drugs at home compared equally well with those
treated at a sanit...
Radiation therapy for prostate cancer nearly doubles the risk of rectal cancer
...rcent higher risk of developing rectal cancer than those
who underwent surgery, a risk similar to that posed by having a family history of the disease. "Men who have had prostate radiation should be aggressively monitored for rectal cancer starting five years after treatment," said Nancy Baxter, MD, PhD, l...
Statin simvastatin linked to protection against endothelial dysfunction in diabetic rats
...sity lipid (LDL) cholesterol levels are similar to those
in the general population. Since most patients with diabetes die from some vascular complication, Medical College of Georgia researchers set out to determine the effects of simvastatin on endothelial cell dysfunction, an early pivotal event in athero...
Urban neighborhoods affect how people think about health
... care for residents in poor urban areas, including those
who are regularly employed but whose income is bel...s were more likely to stay home ill from work than those
who lived in more impoverished neighborhoods," Barnes said. "And people who identified their health ...
More exhaust inhaled by kids inside school buses than by others in the area, says new UC study
...tively inhale as much or more exhaust emitted from those
buses as does the rest of the city's population, a...ewer model diesel buses are more representative of those
found in current school bus fleets. But notably, a survey by School Bus Fleet magazine, a trade publ...
If you fill it, they will slurp, and slurp, and slurp ...
...ch. Although they averaged 113 more calories than those
eating from normal bowls, those
eating from the bottomless bowls believed they consumed the same number of calories as the other par...
Study shows light therapy to effectively treat mood disorders, including SAD
...apy, also known as phototherapy, are comparable to those
found in many clinical studies of antidepressant d...gically flawed and then conduct a meta-analysis of those
that are well-designed, you find that light therapy is an effective treatment not only for SAD but a...
Carnegie Mellon researchers open window into the ability of humans to recognize faces
...red in people who have suffered brain damage or in those
with a rare congenital condition, and research by ... reveals startling insights into how the brains of those
individuals operate. Psychology Professor Marlene Behrmann and postdoctoral associate Galia Avidan h...
Newer imaging techniques may lead to over-treatment
...throughout the lungs, and to detect small clots in those
arteries, said J. David Prologo, MD, chief radiology resident at University Hospitals of Cleveland and lead author of the study. However, "our study found no significant difference in the outcomes of patients ruled out for pulmonary embolism with MDC...
BI-RADS lexicon for ultrasound useful for differentiating benign from malignant solid masses
...ing decisions about biopsy recommendations to base those
decisions on science rather than gestalt. For example, we are taught in general that margins that appear circumscribed at ultrasound are generally seen with benign masses. While this is true in general, our study showed that 10% of masses with circu...
Pediatricians must confront community-based threats to health
...5 million grant from the Dyson Foundation. Using those
funds, the Pediatrics Department at URMC created the Child Advocacy Resident Education (CARE) program that trains pediatric medical residents in the special needs of poor children and partners them with community-based organizations for "hands on" ex...
Teens believe oral sex is safer, more acceptable to peers
...sexually transmitted infection rates could rise if those
who engage in oral sex do not use barrier protection, they pointed out. "There is not much data about the chances of sexually transmitted infections due to oral sex, but there is a real risk," Halpern-Felsher said. "When teens are engaging in or cons...
In treatment of depression, cognitive therapy and medication both effective
... as tolerated. After eight weeks of treatment, for those
unresponsive to paroxetine, treatment was augmente...ients receiving antidepressant medications and for those
receiving cognitive therapy. Remission rates were 46 percent in antidepressant medications patients ...
Pediatric use of complementary and alternative medicine
...ce claims during 2002, the researchers report. For those
with claims, 6.2 percent used an alternative professional during the year, accounting for 1.3 percent of the total expenditures and 3.6 percent of expenditures for all outpatient professionals. "Although use of chiropractic and massage was almost alw...
Angiogenesis factor may help tumors prepare the way for spread to lymph nodes
...with VEGF-A. Examination of sentinel lymph nodes those
most adjacent to the tumors showed increased spread of malignant cells to the nodes of transgenic mice. Those cells expressed the green fluorescent protein, confirming they originated in the skin tumors. The transgenic mice were also twice as like...
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