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Brain scan study confirms role of Alzheimer's genes
Pazartesi, 14.06.2010, 09:32pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A study of brain scans has confirmed the role of several genes linked with Alzheimer's disease, and turned up two others that are worth exploring, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
Mastectomy rates still declining across U.S.
Pazartesi, 14.06.2010, 09:27pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mastectomy rates among US women with breast cancer are not on the rise, despite recent studies from three major cancer centers suggesting that more women were opting for the operation.
High 'good' cholesterol tied to lower cancer risk
Pazartesi, 14.06.2010, 09:17pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - High levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol - a.k.a. "good cholesterol" -- may be linked to lower risks of cancer as well as heart attacks, new research suggests.
Drugs linked to cataracts, behaviors can delay them
Pazartesi, 14.06.2010, 08:19pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The bad news: Commonly used drugs known to make people more sensitive to sunlight may slightly increase the risk of a certain kind of cataract, according to a new study.
Rise in employer healthcare costs slowing: survey
Pazartesi, 14.06.2010, 06:48pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Medical costs for U.S. employers will rise by 9 percent in 2011, slightly less than they have risen this year, according to a survey released on Monday.
Nicotine mouth spray quickly curbs cravings
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 06:29pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A nicotine mouth spray may help calm cigarette cravings up to three times faster than nicotine lozenges or chewing gum, a study suggests.
Faulty gene leads to protein buildup in Alzheimer's
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 04:28pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A brain mechanism that acts like a recycling plant for toxic proteins goes haywire in people with a gene mutation linked with Alzheimer's disease, U.S. researchers said on Thursday, unveiling a discovery offering a new lead for drug companies.
Pregnancy may trigger or worsen OCD symptoms
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 03:05pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study adds to evidence that pregnancy may worsen or bring on symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder in some women -- suggesting, researchers say, that certain cases of the disorder involve abnormal responses to hormonal changes.
Ex-smoker Obama offers tips on how to kick habit
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 11:28am
MANILA (Reuters) - President Barack Obama telephoned Philippine President-elect Benigno Aquino to pass on his congratulations -- and offer advice on how to quit smoking.
FDA warns Pfizer for not reporting side effects
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 10:59am
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned Pfizer Inc for failing to quickly report serious and unexpected potential side effects from its drugs already on the market.
U.S. heart attack rates declining: study
Persembe, 10.06.2010, 12:26am
BOSTON (Reuters) - Heart attack rates fell 24 percent in California between 2000 and 2008, probably because of better care, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday.
Scientists find gene links to vitamin D deficiency
Carsamba, 09.06.2010, 11:06pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have found three genetic differences that affect a person's risk of being deficient in the "sunshine" vitamin D and say their work helps explain why sunlight and a good diet aren't always enough.
Regulators urged to help develop antibiotics
Carsamba, 09.06.2010, 08:54pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. regulators need to provide a clear path for drug companies to develop new antibiotics and should consider offering financial incentives, experts told a Congressional panel on Wednesday.
Health insurance, check. But what about dental?
Carsamba, 09.06.2010, 05:58pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An estimated 45 million Americans do not have dental insurance, according to a government report released on Wednesday, and recently passed healthcare reform offers little direct help.
Scientists find autism has complex genetic roots
Carsamba, 09.06.2010, 05:56pm
LONDON (Reuters) - The world's largest genetic scan of people with autism in their families has found that many patients have their own unique pattern of genetic mutations, not necessarily inherited.
Bristol drug extends survival in deadly skin cancer
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 11:36pm
NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Bristol-Myers Squibb Co's experimental skin cancer drug ipilimumab added an average of four months to the lives of patients with advanced melanoma, U.S. researchers said on Saturday, representing a major advance in a disease littered with drug failures.
Sprycel tops Gleevec in newly diagnosed CML: study
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 11:35pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bristol-Myers Squibb's cancer drug Sprycel was superior to the highly effective Gleevec in treating newly diagnosed patients with chronic myeloid leukemia, researchers reported on Saturday.
Pharmacyclics lymphoma drug shows continued promise
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 10:50pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The latest results from a small, early stage trial of Pharmacyclics Inc's experimental drug for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma showed about 49 percent of patients responded to it, the company said on Saturday.
Roche drug combats children's brain tumors
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 10:31pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - An experimental drug being developed by Roche Holding AG showed promising results in a small, early stage trial involving children with medulloblastoma, the most common type of malignant brain tumor in children.
Delcath cancer drug delivery system aids survival
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 10:30pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A drug delivery system developed by Delcath Systems Inc helped melanoma patients whose cancer had spread to their liver live more than three times as long as patients treated with best available care.
ArQule drug works best in certain lung cancers
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 10:24pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A mid-stage trial of ArQule Inc's experimental drug ARQ197 showed that it was most effective in certain types of lung cancer tumors.
White hair a 'healing sign' with melanoma drugs
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 09:46pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - When your hair turns white it is usually a sign of old age, but in advanced melanoma patients taking a new type of cancer treatment, it may be a very good sign, researchers said on Saturday.
Drug fights tumors in advanced lung cancer
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 09:16pm
CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A drug being developed by Pfizer Inc shrank lung cancer tumors in more than half of treated patients, and nearly all showed some benefit, U.S. researchers said on Saturday.
Novartis' Afinitor shrinks brain tumors in study
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 05:52pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Novartis AG's cancer drug Afinitor helped shrink benign brain tumors in patients with a rare genetic disease called tuberous sclerosis, a small study showed.
Meat, fish protein linked to women's bowel disease
Cumartesi, 05.06.2010, 01:13am
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Eating lots of animal protein appears to increase women's risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to a new study from France.
Delaware pediatrician accused of abusing patients
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:51pm
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - A Delaware pediatrician faces 471 counts of child rape and sexual exploitation after being accused of abusing his young patients for more than a decade, according to a grand jury indictment.
Birthplace weighs heavily on immigrant weight
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:19pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Where a US immigrant was born could play a significant role in how many pounds they pack on after arriving in America, according to a new study.
IVF babies do fine, but their moms may be at risk
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:16pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Babies born by in vitro fertilization (IVF) do not face an increased risk of birth defects, nor are they at greater risk of being smaller than normal, according to a study conducted in Japan.
IVF less successful for Asian Americans: study
Sali, 23.02.2010, 08:16pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Asian-American women may be less likely than white women to successfully have a baby after undergoing in-vitro fertilization, a new study suggests.
Virus experiment reminds that flu surprises await
Sali, 23.02.2010, 07:45pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers who mixed together bird flu and ordinary flu viruses created three extremely virulent new strains, a reminder that influenza viruses can swap genes to create dangerous offspring.
Vision problems linked to higher dementia risk
Sali, 23.02.2010, 07:13pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Elderly adults with poor vision, particularly untreated vision problems, may have a higher risk of developing dementia than those with better vision, a new study suggests.
Experts recommend finetuning of HIV treatment
Sali, 23.02.2010, 07:10pm
HONG KONG (Reuters) - How quickly an HIV patient's immune system deteriorates may not affect the outcome of the illness, a study has found, and this could help change current guidelines for treatment of the disease.
FDA warns of heart problem with HIV drug combo
Sali, 23.02.2010, 07:09pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday that HIV drugs Invirase and Norvir might lead to an abnormal heart rhythm when used in combination, according to preliminary data the agency is reviewing.
Diabetes to exact huge costs on poor countries
Sali, 23.02.2010, 03:34pm
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Diabetes and its complications -- such as strokes and heart disease -- will place an enormous financial burden on poorer countries in years to come, researchers warned in a report published Tuesday.
Are non-smokers smarter than smokers?
Sali, 23.02.2010, 03:24pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Cigarette smokers have lower IQs than non-smokers, and the more a person smokes, the lower their IQ, a study in over 20,000 Israeli military recruits suggests.
Common chemical may affect liver at low levels
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:31pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study suggests that a synthetic chemical that is ubiquitous in the environment and in people's blood may affect the liver -- though the significance for human health remains unclear.
Scientists link plastics chemical to health risks
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:30pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Exposure to a chemical found in plastic containers is linked to heart disease, scientists said on Wednesday, confirming earlier findings and adding to pressure to ban its use in bottles and food packaging.
Nonprofit, company team up for 'artificial pancreas'
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 05:12pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Diabetes advocates and a company that makes insulin pumps announced plans on Wednesday to team up to make a so-called artificial pancreas -- a system of pumps and monitors to manage type-1 diabetes.
U.S. obesity rate appears to be slowing: study
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 04:10pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Americans are still too fat, but the obesity epidemic in the United States appears to be waning a bit, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
Study says Europe's 12 million cocaine users risk lives
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 08:02am
LONDON (Reuters) - More than three percent of sudden deaths in Europe are related to cocaine use and many of them are brought on by a "lethal cocktail" of the drug, alcohol and cigarettes, scientists said Wednesday.
Some blood pressure drugs may cut risk of dementia
Carsamba, 13.01.2010, 12:35am
LONDON (Reuters) - Medicines commonly used to treat high blood pressure and heart disease may cut the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and dementia, U.S. scientists said on Wednesday.
Why those fat thighs may help you live longer
Sali, 12.01.2010, 10:56pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People with fat in their thighs and backsides may live longer because the fat traps harmful fatty particles and actively secretes helpful compounds, according to a report published on Tuesday.
U.S. medical research funding falls: analysis
Sali, 12.01.2010, 10:54pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Public and private funding for U.S. biological and medical research has slowed and resources from one major federal source shrank when inflation is taken into account, researchers reported Tuesday.
Gene variant protects against Alzheimer's: study
Sali, 12.01.2010, 10:52pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - People with a gene linked to long life and good health are also less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.
Price rises are key to tackling alcohol abuse: WHO
Sali, 12.01.2010, 10:32pm
GENEVA (Reuters) - Binge drinking and other growing forms of harmful use of alcohol should be tackled through higher taxes on alcoholic drinks and tighter marketing regulations, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended.
Heroin, HIV stalk tropical resort of Zanzibar
Carsamba, 30.12.2009, 12:12pm
STONE TOWN, Zanzibar (Reuters) - A Zanzibari man crouches in a half-built roofless building, struggling to find a vein in his arm, while his friend takes over and injects the heroin for him, drawing blood back into the syringe.
FDA clears cardio devices on weak research: study
Sali, 29.12.2009, 10:32pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Food and Drug Administration's approval of cardiovascular devices is often based on weak studies or may be prone to bias, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.
A burger or fried chicken with a side of diabetes?
Sali, 29.12.2009, 09:45pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Avoiding "fast food" burgers and fried chicken may cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes -- the kind closely linked to obesity, new research hints.
Timing of weight-loss surgery in teens important
Sali, 29.12.2009, 09:20pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When it comes to weight-loss surgery for very obese adolescents, having the surgery sooner rather than later may yield a better long-term outcome, new study findings hint.
Ginkgo extract doesn't slow cognitive decline
Sali, 29.12.2009, 09:01pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The widely used herbal supplement Ginkgo biloba does not appear to slow the rate of cognitive decline in healthy older people or those with mild cognitive impairment, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.
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