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"Green" Environment Narrows Health Disparity

In examining health inequalities between the rich and the poor, the gap becomes narrower in areas with the greenest environments, according to an article released on November 7, 2008 in The La

New Risk Factor For Cardiovascular Disease Discovered , And A Way To Control It

A team of international researchers - including scientists from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and McGill University - have discovered that having high levels of particular protein put

First-Ever Guidelines Offer Cardiologists Comprehensive Tools For Managing Lifetime Care

These days most children born with congenital heart disease live well into adulthood, thanks to innovative surgical, interventional and medical treatments. That means that not only are cardiologis

A Team At UPC Creates An Intelligent Walker To Assist The Elderly And People Undergoing Medical Rehabilitation

A team of researchers from the Departments of Software, Automatic Control, Strength of MaMechanical Engineering, Materials and Structural Engineering at the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)

2008 Nutrition Trends Survey Released By American Dietetic Association

Increasing numbers of American adults are aware of the importance of nutrition and physical activity and are taking steps to eat a healthy diet and engage in exercise, according to the American Di

"Life Changing" Eye Surgery For Cannock Mother-Of-Three, Staffordshire, England

A mother-of-three from Hednesford, England, has ditched her thick glasses after 40 years thanks to a life changing operation at Cannock Chase Hospital. Linda McCormack, age 43, suffered from suc

Metabolic Syndrome Found In Nearly One-Fourth Of Workers

The combination of health risks known as metabolic syndrome affects slightly less than a quarter of the U.S. workforce and is linked to increased absenteeism and poorer health status, reports a st

Wall Street Journal Examines How Obama Administration, Democratic Congress Would Affect Health Insurers

The Wall Street Journal on Thursday examined how health insurers are priming themselves to gain n

Future Of Public Health Research On Down Syndrome Discussed By Experts

Down syndrome, the most commonly identified cause of cognitive impairment, occurs in approximately 1-in-700 births in the United States. Additionally, nearly 80 percent of fetuses with Down syndro

Stirling Products (ASX:STI) Gets First Approval For Obesity Patent

Stirling Products (ASX:STI) advises shareholders that it has received notice that its patent application for Methods of decreasing fat deposits and body weight in mammals and birds has been gran

Expert Warns Size Zero Trend Can Cause Infertility

The UK's obsession with 'size 0' celebrities is causing women to put themselves at risk of infertility, warns leading fertility expert Professor Brian Lieberman. More and more women are shedding t

$100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations Grant For Innovative Global Health Research Received By MCG

The Medical College of Georgia has announced that it has received a $100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The grant will support an innovative glob

Exercise, Calcium Rich Diet Could Cut Risk Of Metabolic Syndrome

Adopting daily exercise sessions and a calcium-rich diet could reduce the risk of a group of health risk factors called the metabolic syndrome, finds a new study of Illinois adults.Metabo

EUFIC: European Consumers Spill The Beans On Food Labelling

A pan-European study by the European Food Information Council (EUFIC), to be announced at the European Food Congress in Slovenia, 8 November, presents food for thought for those who provide citize

Gambling Addiction In Louisiana Remains Prevalent, According To Study

According to results from the 2008 Louisiana Study on Problem Gambling, pathological gambling addiction services continue to be in demand as the rate of pathological gamblers in the state remains

TAU Pioneers A High-Tech System To Cut Hospital-Related Infections By Half

Hospitals are supposed to be havens for healing, but the numbers tell a different story. Too many people are infected by illnesses they acquire after they've been admitted, and hospital-related in

19th Instance Of Safe Haven Law Occurred, Nebraska

Todd Landry, director of the Division of Children and Family Services for the Department of Health and Human Services, said a 15-year-old girl from Douglas County was left at Immanuel Hospital in

Ethical Risks Of The Neurosciences

The Neuroethics Society will hold its first annual meeting on November 13-14 in Washington where some 300 specialists are expected. Eric Racine of the Université de Montréal Faculty of Medicine

HIV - Bavarian Nordic Reports Successful Safety Data From Phase II Study With IMVAMUNE(R)

Bavarian Nordic has completed a clinical safety report from a large Phase II study with IMVAMUNE® in HIV infected subjects that confirms the excellent safety profile of IMVAMUNE®. Within t

Royal Microscopical Society Bid For European Microscopy Congress 2012 Successful

The Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) is very pleased to announce that its bid to bring the 15th European Microscopy Congress (EMC) to London in 2012 has been successful. The aim of the R

Application Of FTIR Spectroscopic Imaging To Study Effects Of Age And Dietary L-arginine On Aortic Lesion Composition In Cholesterol-fed Rabbits

A novel chemical imaging approach could potentially improve understanding of atherosclerosis, the arterial disease that remains the primary cause of mortality in all developed countries.

11 Genotypes That May Increase Esophageal Cancer Risk

Researchers have identified 11 genotypes that may increase esophageal cancer risk, according to research published in the November issue of

New SIRT1 Activator Protects Against Metabolic Diseases Associated With A High Fat Diet: Fights Obesity And Diabetes

A study appearing November 5 in the journal Cell Metabolism demonstrates that a synthetic new chemical entity protects against diet-induced obesity, improves glucose tolerance and insulin s

Supreme Court Hears Opening Arguments In Wyeth V. Levine; Some Appear To Support Limited Pre-Emption

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday heard opening arguments in Wyeth v. Levine, a case that could determine whether patien

Alzheimer's Symptoms, Lesions Reduced By Vitamin B3

An over-the-counter vitamin in high doses prevented memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and UC Irvine scientists now are conducting a clinical trial to determine its effect in humans.

'Natural Killer' Immune Cells Reveal Factors For Reproductive Success

Immune cells known as natural killer (NK) cells are linked with pregnancy problems including pre-eclampsia and recurrent miscarriage. Collaborative research between scientists at the Babraham Inst

Clue To Spread Of "Superbugs" Uncovered By OMRF Researchers

A discovery from the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation has put scientists one step closer to finding a defense against dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria, sometimes called superbugs.

Trials Terminated Due To Poor Enrollment Are Four Times More Likely To Involve A Marketed Therapy Versus A Novel Drug

Trial termination is a natural consequence of clinical development, with the largest numbers of trial terminations occuring at Phase II. In the November issue of

For Children With Suspected Musculoskeletal Infections, MRI Can Eliminate Unnecessary Surgery

Pre-treatment MRI can eliminate unnecessary diagnostic or surgical procedures for children with suspected musculoskeletal infections (septic arthritis and osteomyelitis) according to a study perfo

Ms Ann Keeling Is New Chief Executive Officer Of The International Diabetes Federation

The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) announced today that Ms Ann Keeling has joined the organization as Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director. The International Diabetes Feder

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