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The Epilepsy Foundation issues Call to Action
...with their healthcare providers: 1. Work with your
healthcare provider to find the medication that works best for you. 2. Talk with your
healthcare provider about specific risks and benefits, both short and long term. 3. If you ar...
Mouthguards: Rolls Royce of mouthguard line provides maximum injury protection
... tooth, it will cost $10,000 $20,000 dollars over your
lifetime to restore that tooth," says Dr. Kenyon, citing statistics from the NYSSF. Mouthguard Types Explained Stock (Type I) - The least expensive choice and offers the least protection since little can be done to adjust the fit. Athletes are mo...
Speakers and Youth World Information announced for first Neurology EXPO
...ction of Neurology EXPO. The Reflex Zone will test your
knee jerk. The Sensory Zone will offer a colorful brain puzzle to take apart and put back together. Kids can make "beady neurons" in the Craft Zone. The Brain Fitness Zone will demonstrate the importance of bike helmets and good brain foods. In the O...
Fat rat enables studies of debilitating vascular disease
...up and blood flow goes down," says Dr. Stepp. "If your
blood flow is chronically low, your
local organs say, 'Oh the flow is low. I must not need this vessel,' and it goes away. Anything you ...
Osteoporosis Patient Societies win US$ 126,000 in grants
...ion Society (Jordan) for their project "Be good to your
bones" Fundacion de Osteoporosis y Enfermedades Metabolicas Oseas (Panama) for their project "My bank of bones" Taiwanese Osteoporosis Association (Taiwan) for their project "Public education materials" IOF-Roche GSK Communications Grants ...
Aussie blokes dying for a health policy, say UWS men's health experts
...e poorer and more disadvantaged you are, the worse your
health is. Often it's the blokes furthest down the ladder - the unemployed, or the mentally ill - who are in the worst position and have very little choice or influence over their circumstances. "Saying men's own behaviour is the reason why they are ...
Heart failure patients have impaired cooling response, UT Southwestern researchers find
...kin works as a kind of radiator for the body. When your
heart pumps more blood to the skin's surface, it is drawing out the heat. A healthy person may have to pump three times as much blood as normal if the outside temperature is hot. Study participants' heat-stress responses were obtained during resting...
Moderate exercise yields cardiovascular benefits
... 12 miles per week you will significantly increase your
cardiovascular fitness levels compared to baseline. If you increase either your
mileage or intensity, by going up an incline or jogging, you will achieve even greater gains." The r...
Leading pediatricians group recommends infants sleep in cribs, not parents' beds
...sofas. "There are varied reasons for sleeping with your
kids. In St. Louis, we found that the practice was more common among families who could not afford safe cribs," Kemp said. Advocates of bed-sharing argue that allowing a baby to sleep in his or her mother's bed promotes breastfeeding and closeness. ...
Low-echo choir, frog voice recognition, acoustic fire extinguisher
... sound files, enable you to cover the meeting from your
desk. We encourage you to contact presenters as soon as you'd like, even before they head off to the meeting. The following text lists some examples of lay language papers and additional meeting topics. ------------------------------------------...
Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis
... either suicide or stand and fight" she said "make your
lifestyle changes, use medication to help you if it can, reach out for help and admit you can't do everything." Mimi spent years being told by health professionals that the pain she was suffering was part of the normal menstruation process. She wa...
Heredity plays big role in heart disease risk factors
...says. "If you have a lot of variability, it means your
heart is able to cope well with changing demands. The heart needs to adapt all the time in real life," says Dr. Snieder. "It's a paradox," Dr. Davis says. "It's the opposite direction you would expect given the disparities in health outcomes." "We...
African-American clinic patients' reactions to racism may affect their health outcomes
...luding whether someone trusts you enough to follow your
recommendations." Moody-Ayers suggests that physicians can immediately begin to take steps to counteract perceived racism. "For instance, the doctor could ask patients, 'Are there any concerns that I need to know? Have any of the staff treated you in...
IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis
...adline for abstracts is December 6, 2005.To submit your
abstract go to: www.osteofound.org/wco/2006/call_for_abstracts.php...
Exercise vital to build strong bones
...d for boys in a United States survey. Exercising your
back during middle-age can help prevent your
vertebrae from weakening or fracturing when you get older. Exercise also helps balance and prevent...
New technology could improve clinical trial recruitment
...to remember what clinical trials are available for your
patient, much less find the time to determine whether your
patient is actually eligible, discuss the trial and then refer the patient on for possible enrollmen...
Can bench pressing reduce or prevent lymphedema symptoms in breast-cancer survivors?
..."so, basically, you're telling women, 'Don't carry your
own groceries don't pick-up your
own grandchildren don't live your
own lives!' And the guidelines are based on air on nothing. Ther...
Keeping kids safe & healthy on Halloween
... for a toothy grin. Before Halloween, decide--with your
children--on a specific number of candies they can...e limit for yourself as well. Of course, make sure your
child knows not to eat any treats until you've checked them to make sure the safety seal hasn't been...
What makes the brain tick, tick, tick. . .
...me to predict something, without actually changing your
position in space." Understanding the machinery of interval timing is profoundly difficult because it is "amodal," said Buhusi and Meck. That is, the interval timing clock is independent of any sense -- touch, sight, hearing, taste or smell. Thus, it...
Mirrors can trick the brain into recovering from persistent pain, research suggests
...sing that bottom step, you jar the prediction that your
brain had made about what was going to happen, triggering an alert to the body that things are not as you expected, hence the feeling of surprise. "This is because in most cases normal awareness and experience of our limbs is often based on the predi...
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