Tag: "you" at medical news
Patient-centered approach can backfire
...ormation to match caregivers and patients. "When you
see a physician, you
are routinely asked a lot of background information already, often including patient preferences suc...
Traditional Chinese exercises may increase efficacy of flu vaccine
...n many fronts, he said. So its not surprising that you
can feel the immune part, the strength part, the p...e slogan, no pain, no gain. In Taiji, its no pain, you
get big gain....
Comparison of obstetric outcomes between on-call and patients' own obstetricians
Pregnant women frequently ask their physician will you
be delivering my baby" Dr. Haim A. Abenhaim MPH and co-authors wanted to determine whether obstetric outcomes differed between women whose babies were delivered by their own obstetrician and those attended by an on-call obstetrician who did not prov...
Study suggests loss of 2 types of neurons -- not just 1 -- triggers Parkinson's symptoms
... of their dopamine neurons are gone, which is when you
cross some sort of threshold. Our study looked at ...lective loss of dopamine neurons. The truth is, if you
look at postmortem Parkinson's disease brains, you
will see that both dopamine and norepinephrine ne...
Grandparents, older adults encouraged to seek help for a sleep disorder
... or caffeine. Not napping during the day. If you
must snooze, limit the time to less than one hour ... later than 3 p.m. Stick to rituals that help you
relax each night before bed. This can include such things as a warm bath, a light snack or a few mi...
Adverse housing conditions contribute to diabetes risk
... is at all representative of the larger community, you
can see that the number of people with diabetes is growing very rapidly over time. I also think it's likely that we would find comparable results if we had done similar research in Detroit or Atlanta or New York City." Schootman says more studies w...
Hispanic drug use rises in US culture
...er time, Akins said. In states such as California, you
have large Hispanic enclaves that have a protective buffering effect for new residents. But we wanted to find out what was happening in Washington, a state with a relatively small Hispanic population (only 9 percent statewide), which is disproportion...
Investigators uncover intriguing clues to why persistent acid reflux sometimes turns into cancer
...portant to prevent reflux, because the more reflux you
have and the longer you
have it, the more it might predispose you
to getting Barretts esophagus. So you
want to suppress tha...
Pathway links inflammation, angiogenesis and breast cancer
...s, programmed cell death known as apoptosis. "If you
can control IKKa, you
get a double-dip effect," Hung says. "You not only activate p53, the good guy, you
keep the bad guy ...
Hormone regulates fondness for food
...n between the pathways in the brain that know when you
are hungry or full and the parts of the brain that are involved in how much you
desire and enjoy food. They postulated that leptin, one of the major hormones controlling weight, mi...
To gain muscle and lose fat, drink milk: study
...ical implications of these results are obvious: if you
want to gain muscle and lose fat as a result of working out, drink milk. As reported in the first phase of the study, the milk drinking group came out on top in terms of muscle gain with an estimated 40 per cent or 2.5 pounds more muscle mass than ...
Where's the beef? Not enough of it is on elders' plates, muscle-metabolism study suggests
...response to eating the same protein-rich meal that you
eat, which might over time contribute to muscle loss, said Douglas Paddon-Jones, an associate professor in UTMBs departments of physical therapy and internal medicine. Paddon-Jones is the senior author of a paper on the study published in the August ...
Metabolic study in mice could lead to 'good cholesterol' boosters
...nipulate good cholesterol levels to whatever point you
like. He emphasized, however, that the new findings represent basic research in animals. Further investigation will examine to what extent the pathway is preserved in humans, Jin said. The authors will also look for chemicals capable of modifying t...
Miniature implanted devices could treat epilepsy, glaucoma
...everal parts of the brain at the same time enables you
to predict when a seizure is about to start, and then you
can take steps to prevent it." Data from the implanted transmitter will be picked up by an externa...
Rutgers professor Bart Krekelberg is named 1 of 20 US Pew Scholars for 2007
...f your eye, explains Krekelberg. To see correctly, you
need to move the expensive camera around. On an ... to look right, then left and then right again and you
will clearly see his or her eyes moving back and forth. You know your eye is going to move before ...
Old McDonald's has a hold on kids' taste buds, Stanford/Packard study finds
STANFORD, Calif. - Say what you
will, Shakespeare, but a McNugget by any other name is just not as tasty. At least, not to the 3- to 5-year-old set. Asked to sample two identical foods from the fast-food giant McDonald's, children preferred the taste of the version branded with t...
Backache sufferers who fear pain change movements
...he National Institutes of Health. "It's like if you
run every day, and then a friend invites you
to a game of racquetball," Thomas said, noting that the sports use different muscle groups. "The nex...
World's largest respiratory health study launches next phase
...nd sisters of the original TAHSparticipants. So if you
have a brother or sister who was born in 1961 then keep your eye out forour questionnaire. We are hoping that everyone will get on board and support this importantground breaking research. We are asking everyone who receives a questionnaire to comple...
Fine as North Dakota wine
...reservations. It comes down to expectations. If you
think a wine will taste good, it will taste better than if you
think it will taste bad. People didnt believe North Dakota wine would taste good, so it had a doubl...
Fat is the new normal, FSU researcher says
...sychologically, it may provide relief to know that you
are not the only one packing on the pounds. The paper, Social Dynamics of Obesity, is the first to provide a mathematical model of the impact of economic, biological and social factors on aggregate body weight distribution. It also is one of th...
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