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Non-Profit Group Launches Educational Web Site For Gout Sufferers

The Gout & Uric Acid Education Society, a non-profit group of health care professionals, today launched , a valuable educational resource for gout sufferers and the

'Nanorust' Cleans Arsenic From Drinking Water

The discovery of unexpected magnetic interactions between ultrasmall specks of rust is leading scientists at Rice University's Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (CBEN) to deve

Seriousness Of Heart Failure In Elderly Gauged By Seven-Point System

A simple points system may soon help guide treatment of elderly heart failure patients. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that by counting how many of seve

100th New NHS Health Centre Opens Its Doors Under Innovative Building Programme, UK

More 'super surgeries' now offering minor operations and medical tests closer to NHS patients' homesThe NHS last week opened the hundredth new health centre built under the Government's

Maple Leaf Foods Ham And Meat Contaminated, Canada

Maple Leaf Foods and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have issued a warning, telling people not to consume or buy specific brands of sliced meat products and ham. The warning explains that an

Roche Presents Positive Preclinical Data On Genmab Antibody

Genmab A/S (CSE: GEN) announced today that preclinical antibody data developed in collaboration with Roche will be presented today November 8, 2006 in a poster session at the 18th EORTC-NCI-AAC

'Muscle' Protein Drives Prostate Cancer

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have for the first time implicated the muscle protein myosin VI in the development of prostate cancer and its spread.In a series of

Research Says Massage May Help Infants Sleep More, Cry Less And Be Less Stressed

New research by a team at the University of Warwick says that massage may help infants aged under six months sleep better, cry less and be less stressed.The team of researchers from Warw

Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report Highlights Results Of Several Gubernatorial Races

Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report highlights news coverage of the results of several gubernatorial races and the health care positions of candidates. Summaries listed by state appear

Intravenous Gene Therapy Protects Normal Tissue Of Mice During Whole-Body Radiation

Gene therapy administered intravenously could be used as an agent to protect vital organs and tissues from the effects of ionizing radiation in the event of large-scale exposure from a radiologica

Proven Stem Cell Cures Being Thwarted By Politics, Says International Advocate For The Blind

Proven cures for blindness using adult stem cells are already available, says a noted advocate for the blind. But these cures are being held back by politics and the use of stem cells as a wedg

HIV Gene Therapy Stabilized Blood Of Infected Patients

Five HIV patients who had not responded to drugs, were given disabled HIV which carried genes that halted HIV reproduction, and experienced either lower or stabilized levels of HIV in their blood,

Vaccine-Producing 'Plant-Factories'

A research team at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones CientA­ficas (CSIC) has discovered a new route for the transport of proteins in plant cells, a discovery that will enable the biotechnolo

Most US Adults In Favor Of More Balanced Approach To Sex Education In Schools

The majority of U.S. adults, regardless of political affiliation, support a more balanced approach to sex education in schools, including teaching children about both abstinence and other methods

Additional Hormone Therapy Use After Radiation For Some Prostate Cancers Extends Survival

The largest study examining the benefits of long-term use of hormone therapy after radiation treatment for prostate cancer shows men with aggressive locally advanced disease live longer if hormone

New Radiation Technique Can Greatly Reduce Painful Skin Burns In Women With Breast Cancer

Breast cancer patients who undergo a new radiation technique called intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) after surgery are three times less likely to have severe skin reactions from the tr

South Africa's New HIV/AIDS Strategy To Be Announced In December; Might Expand Treatment, Address Health Worker Shortage, Official Says

A new HIV/AIDS strategy in South Africa, which will be announced in December, might include proposals to address the health care worker shortage, improve treatment of HIV-positive pregnant women

$1 Million To Develop Skin Cancer Prevention Treatment Given To UC

A research team led by University of Cincinnati (UC) scientists has received $1 million from the National Cancer Institute to develop a new topical treatment that would not only increase skin pigm

Factors Controlling Growth Of Brain Cells Damaged In ALS Identified By MGH Study

A growth factor known to be important for the survival of many types of cells stimulates rapid extension of corticospinal motor neurons - critical brain cells that connect the cerebral cortex with

More Than Six Months Of Hormone Therapy Doesn't Help Prostate Cancer Patients Live Longer

Prostate cancer patients treated with either radiation or surgery who use hormone therapy for longer than six months do not survive any longer than patients who use the treatment for a shorter amo

Avian Flu Explained

Thomas Fekete, M.D., chief of infectious diseases at Temple University Hospital and professor of medicine at Temple's School of Medicine, answers questions about avian flu.Q: What do y

Nonarteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy In Men Using Sildenafil Citrate For Erectile Dysfunction: A Review Of >44,800 Patients In Clinical And - NAION is the acronym for Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy. The most common form of acute optic neuropathy in adults over 50 years of age, NAION is due to ischemia of

Newly-Published Data Showed LEVITRA(R) Treated Erectile Dysfunction Effectively At First Dose In Men With Certain Associated Cardiovascular Conditions

LEVITRA(R) (vardenafil HCl), is effective at first dose with continued success in treating erectile dysfunction (ED) in men with associated medical conditions that affect the cardiovascular sy

29th Wilmer Eye/ASCRS Current Concepts In Ophthalmology Course Scheduled For Jamaica

The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) and the Wilmer Eye Institute of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine today announced the Wilmer Eye/ASCRS Current Concepts

Improved Safety For Mental Health Inpatients, UK

The Department of Health has announced a package of measures to improve safety on inpatient mental health settings, including targeting £30 million capital funding to improve the sexual saf

Neuron Cell Stickiness May Hold Key To Evolution Of The Human Brain

The stickiness of human neurons may have been a key factor in why the human brain evolved beyond the brains of our primate relatives. In a study comparing the genomes of humans, chimpanzees, mice

Accelerating Loss Of Ocean Species Threatens Human Well-being

In a study published in the November 3 issue of the journal, Science, an international group of ecologists and economists show that the loss of biodiversity is profoundly reducing the ocean

Tiny Molecular Rings With Big Potential

Ohio State University chemists have devised a new way to create tiny molecular rings that could one day function as drug delivery devices or antibiotics.The rings are made from polymers

Quality Of Life Of The Paralyzed Enhanced By Computer With Brain Connections

Fundamental theories regarding consciousness, emotion and quality of life in sufferers of paralysis from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also known as 'Lou Gerhig's disease') are being challe

New Study Supports Low Abuse Potential Of Leading ADHD Medication, CONCERTA® (methylphenidate HCl)

Results of a new study found that an extended-release form of methylphenidate - sold as CONCERTA® (methylphenidate HCl in the OROS® delivery system) may be associated with a lower likeliho

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