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Socializing Can Help Elderly Women Stay Sharp

Socializing with friends and family can do more than lift the spirits of elderly women it can improve cognition and might help prevent dementia, according to a new study.The study began i

"Hand Back The NHS," Demands British Medical Association Consultants' Leader

The leader of the UK's hospital consultants will today (4/6/08) call on the government to stop meddling, take its hands off the NHS and release it from central political control. In a s

Journal Of Athletic Training Study Examines Activity Levels Of High School Students After Sport-Related Concussions

A new study published this month in the Journal of Athletic Training (JAT) the scientific publication of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, reports that the activity level of athl

UNICEF Welcomes Adoption Of International Treaty Banning Cluster Munitions

UNICEF welcomed the adoption of a comprehensive new international treaty banning the production, use and transfer of deadly cluster munitions which have caused unspeakable suffering for millions

New Open-Access Journal: Human Genomics And Proteomics

A major contribution to the long-term storage and access of data on mutation for genes and disease has been established with the launch of Human Genomics and Proteomics, the first database

A Genetic Marker For Nearsightedness? Update On Vitamins And AMD, And Recovery From Optic Neuritis

The June 2008 issue of Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, includes a groundbreaking study on genetic factors and nearsightedness, a cautionary tale on age-

New Model Predicts Whether Patients Will Be Free Of Renal Cancer 12 Years After Initial Treatment

A UT Southwestern Medical Center physician and other researchers have developed a unique statistical model that predicts the probability of a patient being cancer free 12 years after initial surgi

'Lackluster' Sales Of First FDA-Approved Racially Targeted Rx Drug Related To Cost, Marketing, Newark Star-Ledger Finds

The Newark Star-Ledger on Saturday examined the convergence of factors

Appeals Court Decisions In Vioxx Lawsuits Indicate 'Sanity Still Exists' In Legal System, Editorial States

State appeals courts in New Jersey and Texas last week delivered a one-two punch to the liability

Study Of Anti-CD20 Therapy Effective B Cell Depletion

B cells, precursors of autoantibody-secreting cells, have emerged as promising new therapeutic targets in autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA). In particular, B cell depletion

Life Saving HIV Drugs Now Reaching 3 Million People In Poorer Nations

Life saving antiretroviral therapy for HIV is now reaching nearly 3 million people in low and middle income countries, according to a new report issued today by the World Health Organization (WH

TransMolecular Initiates Phase 1 Clinical Trial For Unlabeled TM601 In Recurrent Malignant Glioma

TransMolecular, Inc., a biotechnology company focused on targeted therapies for cancer, announced the initiation of a Phase 1 trial to test the safety, tolerability, dosing and pharmacokinetics of

Pathologic Upgrading And Upstaging With Immediate Repeat Biopsy For Patients Eligible For Active Surveillance

ORLANDO, FL ( - Active surveillance (AS) is an emerging treatment regimen used in patients with low-risk prostate cancer. Decision making is often based on pre-treatment PSA, clinical

Population Divergence In Plant Species Reflects Latitudinal Biodiversity Gradients

The trend for increasing biodiversity from the poles to the tropics is one of the best-known patterns in nature. This latitudinal gradient has primarily been documented using extant species as th

21,000 Victorians Suffer From Work-Related Depression

Almost one in six cases of depression among working Victorians are caused by job stress. This means more than 21,000 cases of preventable depression are caused by job stress each year, a new Unive

Most Caregivers Of Young Children Lack Basic Knowledge Of Potentially Toxic Household Products

According to a new study, knowledge of potentially toxic household substances among primary caregivers for young children is alarmingly poor. The results show that less than one-third of primary c

Conference On Advances In Neurotechnology

Imagine being paralyzed, unable to move your arms or to walk again. An estimated four to five million Americans suffer from this debilitating situation. Or imagine being mostly blind, or mostly de

Study Of Pre-Cancerous Masses In The Colon Suggests Colon Cancer Screening Should Begin At Younger Age

The prevalence of pre-cancerous masses in the colon is the same for average-risk patients who are 40 to 49 years of age and those who are 50 to 59 years of age, reports a new study in Gastroent

Childhood Obesity Epidemic Requires Multiple Levels Of Intervention

Childhood obesity continues to emerge as a significant health concern in the United States. Experts in interventions and public health strategies met, during the 55th Annual Meeting of the

Lack Of Dental Care In The UK May Have Life-Threatening Implications

New research from the University of Bristol shows that admissions for the surgical treatment of dental abscess have doubled in the last ten years despite the fact that these serious infections are

American Nephrology Nurses Association Announces Award Winners

The American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) distributed more than $90,000 in nursing excellence scholarships, grants and awards at its 39th National Symposium in Philadelphia, PA.

A Molecular Switch Turns On The Flame In 'Nature's Blowtorch'

Uncontrolled reaction of organic compounds with oxygen is easy: we call it fire. But nature often needs to do oxidations very specifically, adding oxygen to a particular carbon atom in a complicat

Gold Medalists To Receive Awards At ASTRO's Annual Meeting: September 23, 2008

The American Society for Therapeutic Radiology has selected the recipients of the 2008 Gold Medal, the highest honor that ASTRO bestows. Christopher Rose, M.D., FASTRO, and Joel Tepper, M.D., FAST

Wide Variation In Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations For Chronic Conditions Across Canada

Hospitalization rates vary across the country for seven chronic conditions that could potentially be managed or treated in the community, known as ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC). A ne

Delegates At Tokyo Conference Discuss Ways To Address Health Issues, Including HIV/AIDS, In Africa

About 2,500 delegates from 52 African countries, United Nations agencies and aid groups met Wednesday in Yokohama, Japan, for the fourth T

17 Wisconsin Insurers To Provide Members Out-of-Pocket Cost Estimates

The Wisconsin Association of Health Plans on Tuesday announced that 17 member companies will begin offering policyholders estimates of ou

FDA Proposes Drug Label Changes To Provide More Information On Risks For Women Who Are Pregnant, Nursing

FDA on Wednesday proposed changing its labeling system for prescription and over-the-counter drugs to provide more safety information for pregnant

Why Rebel Groups Attack Civilians

In civil war, rebel groups often target civilians despite the fact that their actual target is the government and that they are often dependent on the support of the civilian groups they attack. T

Australian Influenza Planning Leaves GPs In The Waiting Room

GPs are not an integral part of Australian influenza planning, despite the important role they will play in limiting deaths in the event of a pandemic hitting the country, according to research fr

10,000 Scholars To Visit UBC In The Largest Conference Of Its Kind In North America

Final preparations are underway as the University of British Columbia gets ready to welcome 10,000 delegates to the May 31-June 8 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, the largest multi-

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