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'Substance Dependency-Induced Psychosis' (SDIP)

Letter to the EditorThis message will be very shortly be followed by a longer one that will further explain the very important -- but unfortunately -- also very politically incorre

Takeda And Affymax Provide Clinical Development Update For Hematide In Chemotherapy-Induced Anemia

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (TOKYO:4502) and Affymax, Inc. (Nasdaq:AFFY) today announced their agreement to suspend co-development of Hematide™ to treat chemotherapy-induced anemia

Medicare Providers Remain Satisfied With Fee-For-Service Contractors

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reported that Medicare health care providers continue to be satisfied with services provided by Medicare fee-for-service contractors showing a re

Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed In Vaughan, Ontario

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed the presence of the emerald ash borer (EAB) in Vaughan, Ontario. The infested trees are located in the Highway 7 and Weston Road area.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Welcomes NICE Guidance Recommending Baraclude As Chronic Hepatitis B Treatment Option, UK

NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) has published guidance that recommends Baraclude(R) (entecavir) as an option for treatment of eligible patients with chronic hep

Breastfeeding And Socioeconomic Status

Australian women from lower income families are less likely to breastfeed - increasing the chance of their babies becoming ill and being hospitalised, according to a research paper in the latest i

Risk Of Death Not Reduced By Flu Shot

The widely-held perception that the influenza vaccination reduces overall mortality risk in the elderly does not withstand careful scrutiny, according to researchers in Alberta. The vaccine does c

Cell Genesys Halts VITAL-2 GVAX Trial In Advanced Prostate Cancer

Cell Genesys, Inc. (Nasdaq:CEGE) announced that it has terminated VITAL-2, the second of two Phase 3 clinical trials of GVAX immunotherapy for prostate cancer, which compares GVAX immunotherapy i

Earwax Removal: National Guidelines Released

The American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) will issue the first comprehensive clinical guidelines to help health care practitioners identify patients with

ACMA Review Lets Down Future Generations, Says Australian Medical Association

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) expressed its extreme disappointment and surprise at the Australian Communications and Media Authority's (ACMA's) draft Children's Television Standards

Study: Parents Want Straight Talk From Nurses

For parents of sick children, one of the most important measures of quality hospital care is how well nurses communicate about treatment, tests and pain management. In the July-August 20

"Stealth" Tips For Adding Exercise To Your Day - Without Going To The Gym, From The Harvard Health Letter

Regular exercise can lower your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and even some forms of cancer. Yet many people still aren't making physical activity a priority. In its first-ever single-topic sp

Cost Increases Incurred By U.S. Hospitals Slows To 0.9% In 2006, According To Report

The costs incurred by U.S. hospitals in 2006 increased by 0.9%, compared with the average annual increase of 4.8% from 1997 through 2006, according to a study released Wednesday by the

'Get Connected' On Campus

Starting college can be both exciting and stressful. You're juggling classes, living on your own for the first time and figuring out what you want out of life. It's no surprise that many freshmen

Randomized Phase 2 Study Of IMC-A12 And IMC-1121B For Advanced Prostate Cancer Commences Patient Enrollment

ImClone Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: IMCL), a global leader in the development and commercialization of novel antibodies to treat cancer, today announced that its disease-directed Phase 2 clinica

ACUITY 1-Year Sub-Analysis Published In Journal Of The American College Of Cardiology

Intervention Triage strategY study, published in the September 2, 2008 issue of the Journal of American College of Cardiology, shows that Angiomax® (bivalirudin) monotherapy provides mo

Blood Bank Product Receives Market Approval From Food And Drug Administration

SCC Soft Computer's blood bank product, SoftBank® II, version 23.2 received market approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on August 12, 2008. SoftBank II version 23.2 w

Health Canada Reminds Parents Of School Lunch Allergen Safety

As children head back to the classroom, Health Canada is reminding parents of the importance of allergy awareness when packing lunches for their children. Severe allergic reactions can occur quick

Yale Researchers Find How Estrogen Aids Memory

Yale University researchers reported Tuesday they have found a molecular mechanism by which estrogen improves memory, a finding that may aid the quest to improve cognition in aging women without t

'3 Little Pigs' Project: Building A Stronger Roof Over Your Head

With hurricane season upon us, many wonder if the roof over their heads will hold firm in the face of high winds. This week, inaugural tests at The University of Western Ontario's 'Three Little Pi

A Moving New Parkinson's Disease Campaign Aims To Stamp Out Inequalities In Treatment And Care Across Europe

The European Parkinson's Disease Association (EPDA) urged European decision makers and politicians to end inequalities in care and treatment access for people with Parkinson's disease.

Tackling Child Abuse And Neglect In Australia: New Approach Needed

Leading child advocates have called for a new approach to tackling child abuse and neglect amid rising rates of abuse notifications and children being brought into State care.The argumen

Normalizing Tumor Vessels To Improve Cancer Therapy

Chemotherapy drugs often never reach the tumors they're intended to treat, and radiation therapy is not always effective, because the blood vessels feeding the tumors are abnormal leaky and twist

Palliative Care Must Be A Priority For Dementia

Alzheimer Scotland welcomes the attention drawn to 'inconsistencies' in palliative care for different conditions in the recent

Social Learning Strategies And Predation Risk: Minnows Copy Only When Using Private Information Would Be Costly

Animals that live in changeable environments need information about their surroundings if they are to operate efficiently. They can gather information by exploring their surroundings themselves.

Health Benefits Of Probiotic Could Extend To The Entire Body According To New Study

Data from a recent study demonstrate the anti-inflammatory and pathogen protection benefits of Bifidobacterium infantis 35624 a probiotic bacterial strain of human origin. Gastrointestinal benefit

High-tech Innovations Needed To Help Prevent Economic Crisis In Health Care And Improve Quality

The United States should develop a comprehensive strategy on the growing need for technological innovations to help prevent the impending economic crisis in health care and to improve the quality

100-Calorie Pack Misconceptions Of 'Diet Food'

Beware of mini-packs and mini-foods, especially if you're a dieter.Chronic dieters tend to consume more calories when foods and packages are smaller, according to a new study in the J

CHADD And AACAP Applaud Michael Phelps For Addressing Stigma Of AD/HD

Congratulations to Michael Phelps for winning eight Olympic gold medals. I applaud him and his mother for speaking about AD/HD. Mr. Phelps shows that it's possible to go beyond coping with AD/HD

Clock Is Ticking On Junior Doctors' Hours, BMA Warns, UK

New figures1 recently published by NHS employers show that almost half (46%) of junior doctors are working hours in excess of the new 48 hour working week which will be introduced in August 2009 a

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