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Diabetics Have Same Risk For Heart Attack, Stroke Or Death From Cardiovascular Diseases As People Who've Already Had A Heart Attack

People with diabetes have the same high risk for heart attack or stroke or cardiovascular death as people who've already had a heart attack, researchers reported in Circulation: Journal of the

Grandmother Hypothesis Of Menopause

Insight into why females of some species undergo menopause while others do not has proven elusive despite an understanding of the biological mechanisms behind the change.However, new res

Women Find It Harder To Keep In Shape

Research has shown that women find it harder than men to keep in shape as they get older, the Daily Mail reports. It says that women should eat lots of protein to try to compensate for th

Superbugs Resistant To Everything Mean That We Are Running Out Of Treatments

Doctors are running out of treatments for today's trauma victims and critically ill patients because of infections due to drug resistant microbes - even after resorting to using medicines thrown o

Report Finds That HIV Cases In Baltimore Increasing Among People Ages 20-29, Calls On City To Do More To Fight Spread Of Virus

The number of HIV cases recorded in Baltimore among people ages 20-29 increased by 10% annually between 2000 and 2006, and blacks account for 90% of new cases in the city, according to a report r

Scientific Evidence Of Biological-Neurological Connection Could Help Efforts To Pass Mental Health Parity Legislation, Columnist Writes

A critical moment has been reached in a 15-year debate in statehouses and in Congress over whether treatment for problems like depression, addiction and schizophrenia should get the same coverag

New Data Shows Ranexa(R) Increases Glucose Stimulated Insulin Secretion

CV Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: CVTX) announced that preclinical research presented at the American College of Cardiology 57th Annual Scientific Session in Chicago showed that ranolazine increa

Psoriasis Linked To Seven New Genetic Variations

Seven new sites of common DNA variation have been discovered thatincrease the risk of psoriasis. Some of these variations, in one areaof the genome, link psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis to ot

Help Improve Inpatient Care, Diabetes UK

Have you got diabetes and been in hospital in the past 12 months? As part of its work to help staff and organisations improve the care they provide to people with diabetes whilst they are

Water Pipe Smoking Causes Significant TB Risk

The smoking of the traditional 'shisha' water pipe is increasingly emerging as a significant health risk in Egypt, due to air-borne tuberculosis (TB) transmission from pipe sharing and uncontrolle

Cardiovascular Imaging Made Easy With Automation

At this week's meeting of the American College of Cardiology in Chicago, GE Healthcare is launching a solution capable of assessing the coronary arteries and cardiovascular function automatically,

Drugs Of Destruction And Human Rights

Drugs of Destruction are defined here as, any addictive substance, whose properties are known to bring about disturbing and irreversible changes to the users brain, resulting in loss of control; t

New Antipsychotics Research - Alzheimer's Society Comments, UK

Alzheimer's Society comment on new research showing th

Leukaemia Research And Argos Celebrate 500,000 Pounds Milestone, UK

Leukaemia Research is celebrating having raised £500,000 in record time, thanks to the support of Argos employees and customers. Just seven months into the year-long charity partnership, Argos ha

WHO Welcomes The Noguchi Award's Recognition For Service To Global Public Health

Too often the sacrifices of people working in global public health go unrecognized, but not in this case. The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomes the announcement that the Government of Japa

American Medical Association Celebrates National Doctors' Day

The American Medical Association (AMA) honors the more than 900,000 physicians in the U.S. on National Doctor's Day, March 30, for their commitment to the nation's health. On this day of tribute,

Statement On IMPROVE-IT Study

The academic leadership of the IMPROVE-IT trial recommended increasing the size of the patient population up to 18,000. Merck/Schering-Plough Pharmaceuticals, sponsor of the study, agreed with th

For Diagnosis Of Head And Neck Injuries, Whole Body MDCT Just As 'Good' As Neck MDCT Angiography

Blunt cerebrovascular injuries can be diagnosed using whole body 16 multi-detector CT (MDCT); there's no need for an additional neck MDCT angiography examination according to a recent study conduc

ISAR-REACT 3 Pits Bivalirudin Vs. Unfractionated Heparin In PCI

A large randomized trial will shed light on the ideal combination of medications for preventing unwanted blood clotting during and shortly after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Speci

Study Results Show Investigational Drug, Prasugrel, Cuts Risk Of Stent-Related Clots By More Than Half Versus Clopidogrel

The investigational antiplatelet drug prasugrel plus aspirin produced a marked and highly statistically significant reduction in the risk of coronary stent thrombosis (ST) - a major concern for

Schneider To Receive 2008 Harvey A.K. Whitney Lecture Award

Philip J. Schneider, M.S., FASHP, clinical professor and director of the Latiolais Leadership Program at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, has been named the recipient of ASHP's 2008

$3.9 Million To Study Interventions To Aggression In Young Children Received By Penn State

The Penn State Prevention Research Center has received a $3.9 million state grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to study interventions to build resilience and reduce aggression in you

FDA Warns Consumers Not To Use "Blue Steel" And "Hero" Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers not to purchase or use Blue Steel or Hero products marketed as dietary supplements throughout the United States because they are con

Medtronic's New Endeavor(R) Zotarolimus-Eluting Stent Approved For Patients With Coronary Artery Disease In Canada

Medtronic of Canada Ltd. announced that Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE:MDT), has received regulatory approval from Health Canada's Therapeutic Products Directorate (TPD) for use of the Endeavor drug-elutin

90 Years Of The RAF Medical Services: A Celebration! Meeting, London

This meeting will take a look at the development of RAF medical services over the past 90 years. Some of the topics to be covered include; the formation of the RAF medical services, the developing

Uterine Stem Cells Create New Neurons That Can Curb Parkinson's Disease

The injection of uterine stem cells trigger growth of new brain cells in mice with Parkinson's disease, Yale School of Medicine researchers report in an abstract presented at the 2008 Society for

60th Anniversary Of The National Institute Of Dental And Craniofacial Research

The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), one of the National Institutes of Health, is celebrating its 60th anniversary with three special symposia during the 37th Annual

2008 Advancing BioBusiness Award Winners Announced

Gleaning critical technical knowledge and building important international relationships is top of the agenda for rising Australian biotechnology star, DendriMed Research Director Dr Raisa Monteir

One-Sixth Of Teachers In Mozambique Die Annually Of AIDS-Related Causes, Official Says

More than 1,300, or about one-sixth, of Mozambique's 9,000 teachers are dying annually of AIDS-related causes, lowering the quality of education in the country, Education and Culture Minister Air

Erection Hardness Scale Proves Effective In Assessing Erection Quality

The Erection Hardness Scale (EHS), an easy-to-use, four-point scale for erectile dysfunction (ED), provides a reliable measure of erection hardness and an indicator of other health and wellbeing o

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