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"First-In-Man" Study Demonstrates Safety Of Polymer-Free Drug-Eluting Stents

In less than a decade, drug-eluting stents have revolutionized the treatment of blocked arteries near and around the heart. While restenosis, or re-blocking of arteries, is less common than in the

PAHEF Discusses Neglected Diseases And Disaster Preparedness With Innovative Leaders

PAHEF is pleased to join Harvard University's Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation as a partner in the bi-annual conference Frontiers of Innovation: 20 Years of Innovation i

Bausch & Lomb Gives Gift Of Sight To 100 People In 100 Minutes

In just 100 minutes on Wednesday, April 9, the lives of 100 low-income people in cities and towns across the United States will be changed forever, as their failing eyesight goes from murky to new

SAGES/ACS Fundamentals Of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS) Program Receives Landmark Grant From Covidien

The Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS), a joint educational program from the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) and the American College of Surgeons (ACS)

New Risk Assessment For Heart Attack Patients

Doctors at the University of Leicester have investigated a simple blood test that can assess the condition of a patient admitted with a heart attack. The blood test measures B-type natriu

'Nanoimpeller' Releases Anticancer Drugs Inside Cancer Cells

Researchers from the Nano Machine Center at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA have developed a novel type of nanomachine that can capture and store anticancer drugs inside tiny pores an

Controlling Brain Tumors... By Taking A Pill?

Treating cancer often involves the use of high-tech equipment or spending hours at a time in the hospital. Now a new approach to controlling brain tumors is remarkably simple. For some patients,

How Jump Drives Could Save Lives

They're small, portable and powerful - and now the jump drives you use in your computer might be used to save lives. In a unique program, doctors at Ohio State University are now loading these ti

Natural Anti-Food-Poisoning Properties Found In Feta Cheese Made From Raw Milk

Eating Feta cheese made from raw milk in small seaside tavernas when you are on holiday in Greece could be a good way to combat food poisoning, according to researchers speaking today (Thursday 3

Drinking Tea May Offer Health Benefits, But Evidence Still Limited

Tea drinkers who opt for black, oolong, green or white teas may find that these beverages offer health benefits. The April issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter covers what is -- and isn't --

Fathers Still 'Shut Out' From Birth Of Their Children, Report Claims, UK

Leading fatherhood think-tank the Fatherhood Institute will launch a 12 point action plan on April 14, over claims that maternity services across the UK are disadvantaging children from birth by '

A Call For Action On Un World Autism Awareness Day, UK

The first ever global day for autism takes place tomorrow - the United Nations General Assembly in New York declared Wednesday 2nd April 2008 as the first ever World Autism Awareness Day on the re

ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Initiates Second Phase III Trial With Pimavanserin In Patients With Parkinson's Disease Psychosis

ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq:ACAD), a biopharmaceutical company utilizing innovative technology to fuel drug discovery and clinical development of novel treatments for central nervous syste

Novelos Therapeutics Announces Continued Encouraging Results In Ongoing Phase 2 Ovarian Cancer Trial At Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center

Novelos Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCBB: NVLT), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of therapeutics to treat cancer and hepatitis, today announced continued encouraging results in an

10 Years Since Targets For The Prevention Of Obesity Were First Published -- What's Working And What's Not?

The eighth Plymouth Symposium on Obesity, Diabetes and the Metabolic Syndrome will take place at the Plymouth Postgraduate Medical Centre at the Peninsula Medical School on Thursday 8th May, and t

Presentations By Cedars-Sinai Medical Center At The Annual Meetings Of The American College Of Cardiology 57th Annual Scientific Session

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's S. Mark Taper Foundation Imaging Center made several presentations at the annual meetings of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 57th Annual Scien

The American College Of Obstetricians And Gynecologists To Convene In New Orleans, LA

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the leading organization of physicians dedicated to providing health care to women, will hold its 56th Annual Clinical Meeting (ACM

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survival Not Improved By In-Home Automated External Defibrillators

At the American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific Session in Chicago, David Callans, MD, a professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, was avai

"Get Connected" In May And Boost Your Mental Health

In observance of 2008 May is Mental Health Month, Mental Health America is encouraging all Americans to build their social support networks throughout May to improve upon how we as a nation deal w

Survey Of Social Workers Finds Families Ill-Prepared For Time, Expense, Emotional Toll Of Caring For Aging Parents

The first survey of social workers who provide services to sandwich generation women-women between the ages of 35 and 64 who are sandwiched by the needs of their children and their aging parent

'Future' Of AIDS Vaccine Research In Lab Research, Smaller Trials, Editorial Says

The recent failure of a Merck HIV/AIDS vaccine

Physicians Concerned About Anonymous Comments On Web Sites That Rate Doctors' Performance

Physicians appreciate patient opinions of the care that they provide, but they oppose rating Web sites that allow users to post anonymous comments about physicians because they can damage reputat

Some Va. Republican Officials Say Abortion Not Top Issue For Virginia Voters In U.S. Senate Primary

Some Republican officials in Virginia recently have said abortion rights is not a top issue for Virginia voters in the state's Republican U.S. Senate primary despite state Del. Robert Marshall's

Creatinine Increase In Elderly Means Increased Renal Disease, Mortality

Even small increases in serum creatinine levels during hospitalization raise the risk of end stage renal disease and mortality of elderly patients over the long term, according to a University of

Researchers Examine A Possible Link Between Bacteria Found In The Human Digestive System And Obesity

Obesity is more than a cosmetic concern because it increases a person's risk for developing high blood pressure, diabetes and many other serious health problems. It's well understood that consumin

TAXUS(R) Stent Demonstrates Similar Outcomes In Diabetic Patients Compared To Non Diabetics In Pooled Analysis Of TAXUS IV And V Trials

Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE: BSX) announced results from a pooled analysis of patients from its TAXUS IV and TAXUS V randomized clinical trials. The analysis compared the safety and ef

Tool That 'Sees' Internal Body Details 1,000 Times Smaller Developed By Stanford Researchers

Doctors' quest to see what is happening inside a living body has been hampered by the limits on detecting tiny components of internal structures and events. Now a team of Stanford University Schoo

Clue To How Some Anaesthetics Work Provided By Chloroform

One of the earliest general anaesthetics to be used by the medical profession, chloroform, has shed light on a mystery that's puzzled doctors for more than 150 years - how such anaesthetics actual

Using Blood Pressure-Lowering Treatment In Very Elderly Shows Significant Reductions In Mortality

Lowering the blood pressure of elderly patients could cut their total mortality by a fifth and their rate of cardiovascular events by a third, according to a new study presented at the American Co

A Gene Responsible For Cases Of Lou Gehrig's Disease Identified By Researchers

A team of Canadian and French researchers has identified a novel gene responsible for a significant fraction of ALS (sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) cases. ALS is commonly referred to as L

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