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Sen. Reid Sets Tuesday Deadline For Agreement On PEPFAR Reauthorization Legislation

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has set a Tuesday deadline for negotiators to come to an agreement on measures (

House Passes Funding Package That Delays Medicaid Rules, Drops Birth Control Pricing Provision

The House on Thursday approved a supplemental war funding package along with a domestic funding package that would delay implementation of six new Bush administration Medicaid regulations, the

Network Designed To Help Health Care Professionals

European researchers have developed a computer system designed to give health care professionals access to a broader range of medical information.However the system, which was meant to al

"Feeling Fat" Is Worse Than Being It. German Health Interview And Examination Survey Discovers

In the course of the KiGGS study, almost 7000 boys and girls aged between 11 and 17 years were weighed and asked about their self-assessment, ranging from far too thin to far too fat. In addit

Researchers Discover How Virus Spreads (in Its Host)

Measles, one of the most common contagious diseases, has been thought to enter the body through the surface of airways and lungs, like many other major viruses. Now, Mayo Clinic researchers and th

The Facts About Fat - Can It Really Be Good For Us?

Dr Clive Hunt, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition, School of Applied Sciences, University of Huddersfield. Various aspects of food and health are in the media all the time, but there is quite a

Minister Mary Harney Officially Opens The All Ireland Community Nursing Joint Conference

The Minister for Health and Children, Mary Harney TD today (Friday 20th June) opened the first Joint All Ireland Conference between the Institute of Community Health Nursing, the Irish Practice Nu

14 Top Young Investigators Awarded Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Fellowships

The Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation named 14 new Damon Runyon Fellows at its May 2008 Fellowship Award Committee review. The recipients of this prestigious, three-year award are outstandin

Keeping Pace With Genetic Progress

Enactment of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) of 2008 is a boon to individual patients and for genetic research, write Kathy Hudson, M.K. Holohan, and Francis Collins in the Ju

New Perspective On Infertility

What causes a woman's eggs to deteriorate in quality with age, and can that be reversed?How does the ovary choose an egg -- out of a stash of roughly one million -- to release for ovulat

Cutting Red Tape So GPs Can Spend More Time With Patients - General Practice Week, Australia

The Australian Medical Association today said that unnecessary paperwork was severely affecting the amount of time GPs are able to spend with their patients. As part of General Practic

Minimally Invasive Nephron Sparing Management Of Renal Tumors In Solitary Kidneys

ORLANDO, FL ( - Among 101 patients with a renal mass in a solitary kidney, the authors employed three forms of less invasive surgery: laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (36), cryoablati

1 In 10 Men Suffer From Erectile Dysfunction Due To Work Related Stress

New research has shown that 1 in 10 men experience erectile dysfunction (ED) and as many as 1 in 5 men suffer a loss of libido, as a result of work-related stress. These latest figures

Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme Is A Win-Win Says Society, UK

Responding to the Department of Health's announcement that the Government and the pharmaceutical industry have made an agreement on some parts of the new Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme,

Advanced Melanoma In Remission After Infusing Patient With Clones Of His Own Killer T Cells

A 52-year-old man with advanced metastatic melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer, had a complete remission after being infused with billions of clones of his own CD4+ T tumor killer cells that h

Vision 3D Implantable Cardiac Devices Now On Medtronic CareLink Network

Today at Cardiostim 2008, Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT) announced that all Vision 3D™ implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) and cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillators (CRT-

$100 Million Supercomputer Will Aid Breakthrough In Disease Discovery In Australia And Beyond

Australia's Victorian Premier John Brumby has announced a $100 million (AUD) initiative to build the world's largest life sciences supercomputer facility to assist in discovering cures and therapi

60 Hands To Celebrate 60 Years, Royal College Of Nursing, UK

The Royal College of Nursing has made its mark in the history of Nottingham's two main hospitals by taking part in a novel 60th anniversary celebration of the NHS.Sixty people aged betwee

Hospital Chaplaincy Services Assessed By Brandeis

Despite changes over the last fifteen years in national accreditation guidelines making the religious and spiritual care of hospitalized patients a right, there is no evidence yet that this protec

AMA Board To Decide Whether Organization Supports Tobacco Bill That Would Not Ban Menthol As An Additive

On Tuesday, the American Medical Association voted to refer to its board the decision of whether to endorse legislation (

USCOC President Discusses Health Proposals Of Leading Democrats, McCain

U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue on Tuesday expressed skepticism about health care plans proposed by leading Democrats but

Hijacking Of Neural Crest Genes

In vertebrates, the peripheral nervous system and the craniofacial skeleton develop from a specific set of cells, known as neural crest cells. In this report, researchers in the laborato

UK School Girls Will Not Benefit From The World's Leading Four-type Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine, Gardasil(R) - Sanofi Pasteur MSD Statement

The tender decision made by the UK authorities choosing a two-type (16/18) HPV vaccine for their immunisation campaign means that the girls in this campaign will not benefit from the world's leadi

New Model Addresses Perceived Worldwide Shortage Of Anti Snake Venom

Despite the rhetoric that there is a worldwide shortage of anti snake venom, evidence suggests that there is overuse of the current resources, according to a new paper. In the concept paper, a mod

Lantheus Medical Imaging Presents Phase I Study Results Of Novel PET Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Tracer

Lantheus Medical Imaging, Inc., a worldwide leader in diagnostic imaging, has presented Phase I data relating to the safety and tolerability in human subjects of BMS747158, its novel fluorine 18-

PET Imaging Focuses On Medication's Purported Ability To Improve Mental Performance

Concerned by the growing numbers of people using stimulant medications such as methylphenidate (MP) - either legally or illegally - to improve attention and focus, researchers used positron emissi

'Hazardous Drinking' May Be A New 'Check Stop' On The Way To Alcohol Dependence

Current diagnostic guides divide alcohol-use disorders into two categories: alcohol abuse/harmful use and alcohol dependence. Some researchers and clinicians believe this is insufficient, that the

Tercica Announces Results From Increlex(R) IGFD Patient Registry And Other Increlex(R) Studies At The 90th Meeting Of The Endocrine Society

Tercica, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRCA) announced the first results from the Increlex® Growth Forum Database (IGFD) Registry in two posters presented at the 90th annual meeting of the Endocrine Society i

News From The Journal Of Neuroscience

1. Major New Class of Vomeronasal StimuliFrancesco Nodari, Fong-Fu Hsu, Xiaoyan Fu, Terrence F. Holekamp, Lung-Fa Kao, John Turk, and Timothy E. HolyNodari et al. have di

'Being Fat In Today's World' Invites Social Discrimination, Australian Study Shows

Obese people feel a culture of blame against them, which they say has been made worse by media reports about the health risks of obesity, a new study from Australia found. The results were prese

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