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High Blood Pressure Is Related To Depression In Elderly Subjects

An epidemiological study performed in Spain discloses a relationship between high blood pressure and depression in the elderly in the current issue of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics.A p

Professional Sports Teams Should Use MRSA Screening And Other Aggressive Methods To Prevent Staph Infections

The NFL and other professional sports organizations should be using the most effective tool to protect their players from Staph infections, MRSA screening, says Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D.,

Rexin-G Returns To The Big Apple: Clinical Trials For Pancreatic Cancer And Breast Cancer Open In Manhattan

Epeius Biotechnologies Corporation announced the expansion of clinical trials using intravenous Rexin-G for pancreatic cancer and breast cancer in Manhattan, New York. Rexin-G

Fighting Major Water And Food Parasites, Scripps Florida Receive $1.5M Award

The National Institutes of Health recently awarded a major grant to a consortium of research institutions, including Scripps Florida, to develop novel drug targets for amebiasis and giardiasis, tw

Rasilez HCT(R), Single-pill Combination Of Rasilez(R) And Diuretic, Receives Swiss Approval For The Treatment Of High Blood Pressure

Rasilez HCT® (aliskiren and hydrochlorothiazide), a single-pill combination of two high blood pressure medicines - first-in-class direct renin inhibitor Rasilez®[1] (aliskiren) and the diu

3.4 Million Deaths Averted Through GAVI-Funded Immunization Programs

3.4 million deaths will be averted in the world's poorest countries through immunisation funded by the GAVI Alliance between 2000 and 2008, according to new data released by the World Health Organ

"Caring In The Comfort Of HomeTM: A Guide For Carers" - New Book Offers Life-line For Those Providing Care At Home

The European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) today announced the launch ofCaring in the Comfort of HomeTM: a Guide for Carers, a basic manual that every carerneeds

Inverness Medical's Binaxnow(R) Legionella Rapid Test Detects Legionnaire's Disease In 15 Minutes

The BinaxNOW® Legionella test, available from Inverness Medical provides significant time saving advantages over traditional sputum culture. Providing results in fifteen minutes from urine sam

Development Of Alzheimer's May Be Exacerbated By A High-Fat Diet

A team of Université Laval researchers has shown that the main neurological markers for Alzheimer's disease are exacerbated in the brains of mice fed a diet rich in animal fat and poor in omega-3

Nanocenter Offers Promising Non-Invasive Cancer Treatment

A team of scientists at Arkansas Nanotechnology Center at UALR (the University of Arkansas at Little Rock) has developed what promises to be a non-invasive method of eradicating cancer cells while

75 Million Missed Work Days Expected This Flu Season

More than 97 million(1) cases of the flu are reported annually, financially challenging working families by the loss of wages caused by missed work days. QuickHealth meets the c

Physicians Can Now Predict Mild To Severe Baldness In Younger And Older Men With A Genetic Test

Pharmacogenomics research and development innovator PharmaGenoma, Inc. and its subsidiary HairDX, LLC, today unveiled the next g

"Cancer Research" Journal Publishes Successful Angiogenesis Study Using Optimata's Technology

Optimata Ltd., developer of the proprietary Optimata Virtual Patient® technology to navigate drug development, announced today that a scientific paper based on research carried out by company

Pervasive Network Driving Protein Production And Placement In Cells Discovered By Stanford Researchers

Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have uncovered what appears to be an extensive, but until now barely noticed, network of regulatory interactions that influence what proteins are

$57.8M Award To Rutgers To Support Investigations Into The Genetics Of Mental Disorders, Metabolic And Digestive Diseases

The Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository (RUCDR) has received two major awards worth more than $57.8 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). One will fund genetic studies of me

Nuvo Research Presents Positive Phase III Study Results For Pennsaid At Leading Rheumatology Conference

Nuvo Research Inc. (TSX: NRI), a Canadian drug development company focused on the research and development of drug products delivered to and through the skin using its topical and transdermal d

Golimumab Phase 3 Data Show Significant Improvement In Physical Function In Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Results from two Phase 3 studies showed that patients receiving every four week subcutaneous injections of golimumab (CNTO 148) 50 mg

Study Shows That Computer-aided Detection Has A Role To Play In Reading Mammograms

For breast cancer screening, mammograms utilising single reading with computer-aided detection (CAD) offer an alternative to double reading, concludes a study in the New England Journal of Medi

Adapting To Life With The Risk Or Reality Of Genetic Disease: Genetic Counselors Suggest Ways To Help Patients Cope

If you are afflicted with a genetic disease -- or at risk of developing one -- how do you handle it? Do you tell your loved ones? What is the best way to cope? If your loved one has a genetic diso

First Armless Person In The World To Pilot An Aircraft Using Only Her Feet While Earning Her Pilot's License Along The Way

Just three years ago, 25-year-old Jessica Cox had never been in a small airplane and certainly never imagined one day piloting one. That all changed on October 10th, 2008 when Jessica not only pil

Dalton Pharma Services And Myelin Repair Foundation Enter Into Chemistry Collaboration

The Myelin Repair Foundation and Dalton Pharma Services jointly announce a chemistry collaboration to develop new potential therapeutic compounds for myelin degradation disease states such as Mult

MRSA Is More Prevalent In Paediatric Healthcare Than Previously Thought - Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK

Birmingham Children's Hospital has introduced a new way of detecting the MRSA superbug amongst its most critically ill young patients. The test, developed by molecular diagnostics company Ceph

Cultured Milk, Yogurt, And Dairy Intake In Relation To Bladder Cancer Risk In A Prospective Study Of Swedish Women And Men - In this article, Dr. Larsson and her colleagues evaluated the role of dairy intake and the formation of bladder cancer. Intakes of various foods and nutrients could influen

South Dakota Hospital Will Send Letter To Physicians Outlining Supporters' Position On Abortion Ban Measure

South Dakota health system Sanford Health on Wednesday agreed to provide physicians with a letter that outlines the position of supporters

PTC Announces Data Showing That PTC124 Causes Statistically Significant Improvements In Chloride Channel Function In Cystic Fibrosis Patients

PTC Therapeutics, Inc. (PTC) announced that results from a randomized Phase 2a European study demonstrated that treatment with the investigational drug PTC124 caused statistically significant i

Doctor Criticizes NHS Choice Of Cervarix Over Gardasil For HPV

A doctor expressed his opinions regarding the human papillomavirus(HPV) vaccination chosen by the United Kingdom for its immunizationprogram, according to an opinion piece released on October 2

11th Instance Of Safe Haven Law Occurred On October 22 - Nebraska

Todd Landry, director of the Division of Children and Family Services for the Department of Health and Human Services, said a 17-year-old boy was left at Immanuel Hospital in Omaha through LB 157,

Department Of Veterans Affairs To Deploy Mobile Counseling Centers Across America

The first of a fleet of 50 new mobile counseling centers for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Vet Center program was put into service today with the remainder scheduled to be activated over

FDA Approves Johnson & Johnson's Prezista For HIV-Positive People Who Have Never Taken Antiretrovirals

FDA on Tuesday approved Johnson & Johnson's protease inhibitor Prezista for use by people w

12 Finalist Teams In Collegiate Inventors Competition Vie For Cash Prizes Awarded For Nation's Best Collegiate Inventions

The National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation has announced the 2008 finalists of its Collegiate Inventors Competition. This year's group of finalists includes undergraduate and graduate students

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