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Pharmacist-led diabetes program shows promise
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 05:45pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A program that gets employers, pharmacists and people with diabetes to work together to reign in skyrocketing diabetes-related health care costs as well as improve patient health is showing promise, according to a report released today by the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation.
Program seen helpful in heart patients: report
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 04:37pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A patient-centered program of telephone support, close monitoring and tight control of modifiable risk factors such as high blood pressure and cholesterol levels results in a significant improvement in "risk profiles" among survivors of heart attack and other acute heart "events," research shows.
Experts find gene trigger for deadly skin cancer
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 04:18pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Up to 70 percent of melanoma skin cancers may be triggered by a gene mutation that causes cells to become cancerous after excessive exposure to the sun, researchers said on Monday.
Season of conception tied to birth defect risk
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 03:51pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who conceive in the spring or summer may run a higher risk of having a baby with a birth defect -- and pesticide exposure might help explain why, a new study suggests.
FDA wants more data on Astra's Symbicort for kids
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 01:50pm
LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca Plc faces a delay in marketing its asthma drug Symbicort to young children in the United States after regulators asked for more information, dealing a blow to an important growth driver.
Baby broccoli may help prevent stomach cancer: study
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 01:42pm
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Eating two and a half ounces of baby broccoli daily for two months may protect against a common stomach bug that is linked to gastritis, ulcers and even stomach cancer, a study in Japan has found.
Baby broccoli may help prevent stomach cancer: study
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 08:01am
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Eating two and a half ounces of baby broccoli daily for two months may protect against a common stomach bug that is linked to gastritis, ulcers and even stomach cancer, a study in Japan has found.
FDA wants more data on Astra's Symbicort for kids
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 07:22am
LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca Plc faces a delay in marketing its asthma drug Symbicort to young children in the United States after regulators asked for more information, dealing a blow to an important growth driver.
ReNeuron gets good results in artery disease tests
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 06:52am
LONDON (Reuters) - ReNeuron reported on Monday positive results in preclinical trials of its lead line of stem cells in peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
Profit drives drug misuse in Asia
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 03:17am
JAKARTA/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Ria Pane took her 7-year-old daughter Kezia to a doctor in Jakarta to check on her fever and sore throat, and was prescribed seven drugs, including antibiotics and medicine to prevent febrile seizures.
Profit drives drug misuse in Asia
Pazartesi, 06.04.2009, 03:17am
JAKARTA/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Ria Pane took her 7-year-old daughter Kezia to a doctor in Jakarta to check on her fever and sore throat, and was prescribed seven drugs, including antibiotics and medicine to prevent febrile seizures.
Hospitals can save by doing less: Thomson Reuters
Pazar, 05.04.2009, 04:34pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hospitals in the United States can help patients by doing less and could save at least $4 billion in the process, Thomson Reuters says.
Hospitals can save by doing less: Thomson Reuters
Pazar, 05.04.2009, 04:34pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hospitals in the United States can help patients by doing less and could save at least $4 billion in the process, Thomson Reuters says.
Prescription painkiller relieves shingles pain
Cuma, 03.04.2009, 07:32pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A study shows that the powerful prescription painkiller oxycodone is an effective treatment for the sometimes excruciating pain of shingles.
Black women at risk of deadly breast cancer type
Cuma, 03.04.2009, 07:28pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Black women, regardless of age or body weight, have a threefold greater risk of developing a particularly aggressive type of breast cancer, compared with non-black women, Boston-based researchers report.
Post-traumatic stress common in migraine sufferers
Cuma, 03.04.2009, 05:45pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adults who suffer migraine headaches are more apt to have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than the general population, a new study suggests. And having PTSD and migraine may lead to greater headache-related disability.
Sebelius says seeks healthcare for all Americans
Persembe, 02.04.2009, 11:27pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's nominee to oversee U.S. healthcare said on Thursday every American should have health insurance but stopped short of backing industry demands that everyone be required to obtain coverage.
Nicotine replacement could help more smokers quit
Persembe, 02.04.2009, 11:03pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Nicotine replacement therapy can help smokers quit even when they do not think they are ready, researchers reported on Friday.
Early growth predicts diabetes later in life
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:52pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Prior research has linked low birth weights to the development of diabetes later in life. Now, new findings suggest that this is due to both poor growth as a fetus and to premature birth.
Enzyme may reduce benefit of cholesterol drugs
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:51pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New research suggests that the cholesterol-lowering ability of "statin" drugs, like Lipitor and Mevacor, is blunted when the blood contains high levels of an enzyme called phospholipid transferprotein.
Crop herbicide may cause cancer
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:50pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exposure to the crop herbicide imazethapyr might promote the development of some cancers, researchers report in the International Journal of Cancer.
Multiple birth ups risk of postpartum depression
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:30pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women who deliver two or more babies are 43-percent more likely to suffer from depression 9 months after birth than their counterparts who deliver only one child, researchers at Johns Hopkins University report in the journal Pediatrics.
House bill requires disclosure by insurers
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:27pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Health insurers would be required to disclose any limits or exclusions of benefits to plan participants under a bill passed overwhelmingly by the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday.
Heart rhythm device studies yield mixed results
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:23pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Two studies on implanted cardiac rhythm devices presented at a major medical meeting showed mixed results for patients whose heart conditions are not normally treated with the products, researchers said.
Sleep problems may up suicide risk, study finds
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:20pm
LONDON (Reuters) - People who suffer chronic sleep problems are more likely to think about suicide or actually try to kill themselves, researchers said on Wednesday.
Qiagen virus test cuts deaths from cervical cancer
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:11pm
BOSTON (Reuters) - A single test that looks for the virus that causes cervical cancer cut the death rate from the tumor in half, researchers in India reported on Wednesday.
Marijuana ingredient may reduce tumors: study
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 09:05pm
LONDON (Reuters) - The active ingredient in marijuana appears to reduce tumor growth, according to a Spanish study published on Wednesday.
Pistachio recall widens on salmonella fear
Carsamba, 01.04.2009, 08:12pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. recall of pistachio nuts due to potential salmonella contamination widened on Wednesday as more snack makers and retailers removed products from store shelves as a precaution.
Low inflammation, cholesterol cuts heart risk: study
Pazar, 29.03.2009, 04:32pm
ORLANDO, Fla (Reuters) - Patients taking AstraZeneca Plc's Crestor, who saw both their bad cholesterol and a protein tied to arterial inflammation reduced to very low levels, dramatically cut their risk of heart attack, stroke and death, researchers said on Sunday.
Crestor cuts risk of vein clots by 43 pct: study
Pazar, 29.03.2009, 04:27pm
ORLANDO, Fla (Reuters) - AstraZeneca's powerful cholesterol drug Crestor cut the risk of dangerous blood clots in the vein by 43 percent in a large study, researchers said on Sunday.
Pregnancy hormone shows promise in heart failure
Pazar, 29.03.2009, 03:48pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A pregnancy hormone that relaxes blood vessels appeared to reduce symptoms of acute heart failure and improve survival, according to a preliminary study released by U.S. researchers on Sunday.
Abbott stent superior to Boston Sci after 3 years: study
Pazar, 29.03.2009, 01:44pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Safety advantages of Abbott Laboratories' Xience stent over Boston Scientific Corp's rival Taxus stent increased between two and three years, according to long-term data presented on Sunday.
India's Sun Pharma gets FDA approval for topiramate
Pazar, 29.03.2009, 05:48am
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian drug firm Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd said it had received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to sell topiramate tablets.
Device proves option to warfarin in stroke study
Cumartesi, 28.03.2009, 06:32pm
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - A new device implanted in the heart proved in a large clinical study to be a potential alternative to a standard blood thinner for helping patients with irregular heart beats prevent stroke, researchers said on Saturday.
Super Bowl loss may cause fans more than heartache
Cumartesi, 28.03.2009, 05:38pm
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - Passionate football fans take heed: watching your team lose in the Super Bowl could be hazardous to your health.
Costs improve picture for stents vs surgery: study
Cumartesi, 28.03.2009, 01:58pm
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) - Using drug-coated stents compares more favorably to bypass surgery in some heart patients with difficult-to-treat clogged arteries when economics and quality of life are considered, researchers said on Saturday.
Smokers who quit early in pregnancy aid baby
Cuma, 27.03.2009, 09:47pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women who stop smoking before the 15th week have rates of preterm birth and small-for-dates babies comparable to those of non-smoking women, new research indicates.
U.S. health insurance mandate gains support
Cuma, 27.03.2009, 08:44pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Support grew on Friday for insurance industry demands that all Americans be required to obtain coverage as part of a planned healthcare system overhaul, with a senior Senate Democrat and a coalition of business and consumer groups promoting the idea.
Rehab centers see bankers driven to drink
Sali, 24.03.2009, 07:03pm
NEW CANAAN, Connecticut (Reuters) - Cocaine and martinis on Wall Street? Nothing new there. Masters of the Universe admitting they have an alcohol problem? Not so common.
FDA told to reconsider morning-after pill
Sali, 24.03.2009, 06:54pm
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration must reconsider its decision under the Bush Administration to limit access to emergency contraception, a U.S. court ruled on Monday, saying the agency allowed politics to interfere with its usual decision-making.
Early soy diet may protect against breast cancer
Sali, 24.03.2009, 06:46pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Asian-American women who ate a lot of soy as children had a 58 percent reduced risk of developing breast cancer, U.S. researchers said on Monday in a finding that suggests soy may have a protective effect.
Younger women more apt to have breast cancer recur
Sali, 24.03.2009, 05:18pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study confirms that women with breast cancer who are 35 years old or younger are more likely than older women to have their cancer come back after treatment.
Red meat raises risk of all kinds of death
Sali, 24.03.2009, 04:29pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People who eat the most red meat and the most processed meat have the highest overall risk of death from all causes, including heart disease and cancer, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.
Antibiotic ban on livestock may hurt U.S. food safety
Sali, 24.03.2009, 03:53pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bill that would ban the nontherapeutic use of antibiotics in animals would hurt the health of livestock and poultry while compromising efforts to protect the safety of the country's food supply, the leader of the largest U.S. farm group said on Tuesday.
Group says 5.3 million in U.S. have Alzheimer's
Sali, 24.03.2009, 03:44pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer's, and each patient on average costs Medicare three times more than patients without the disease, the Alzheimer's Association reported on Tuesday.
Let sunshine in to fight tuberculosis, WHO says
Sali, 24.03.2009, 02:32pm
GENEVA (Reuters) - Ventilation and some sunshine could go a long way to reduce tuberculosis risks in hospitals and prisons, two strongholds of the contagious lung disease, the World Health Organization said.
Glaxo shares 800 patents, cuts prices to help poor
Sali, 24.03.2009, 02:30pm
* Patents available to others researching neglected diseases
Malaria map shows where to target the disease
Sali, 24.03.2009, 08:00am
LONDON (Reuters) - Eliminating malaria in many parts of the world where risk of the disease is high may be less difficult than previously thought, international researchers said on Tuesday.
U.S. tuberculosis rate hits all-time low, CDC says
Persembe, 19.03.2009, 06:34pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. tuberculosis rate hit an all-time low in 2008, but the infection continues to disproportionately affect minorities and immigrants, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on Thursday.
Paced breathing lowers diabetics' blood pressure
Persembe, 19.03.2009, 06:31pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Special breathing exercises may help people with diabetes lower their blood pressure, it seems.
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