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Migraine in pregnancy tied to stroke, heart attack
Sali, 17.03.2009, 01:14pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who suffer from migraines while they are pregnant are at increased risk of having a stroke, heart attack, or other vascular disorders, according to a recent report.
Defibrillators give little help to sicker patients
Sali, 17.03.2009, 12:16am
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Implantable defibrillators, which protect against deadly heart rhythms, may offer little benefit for older people who have other serious health problems at the time of heart failure, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
Study sheds light on exercise after heart attacks
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 10:31pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Exercise helps people recover after a heart attack but the benefits vanish when the workouts stop, Swiss researchers said on Monday.
Flies plus chicken droppings spread "superbugs"
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 09:53pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Flies, already blamed for spreading disease, may help spread drug-resistant superbugs from chicken droppings, researchers reported on Monday.
Cause often not serious when babies cry a lot
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 07:38pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A thorough examination will usually identify an underlying cause when a baby cries excessively for no apparent reason, and the problem is likely to be serious in only about 1 in 20 cases, a Canadian study suggests.
E-prescribing to soar with new spending
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 06:14pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As many as 75 percent of U.S. doctors will be writing electronic prescriptions within five years, thanks to new federal spending to encourage e-prescribing, according to a forecast released on Monday.
New test can detect early Alzheimer's: study
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 05:53pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A new test can accurately detect Alzheimer's disease in its earliest stages, before dementia symptoms surface and widespread damage occurs, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
Fish may be brain food for teenage boys
Pazartesi, 16.03.2009, 05:03pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Teenage boys who regularly eat fish may be doing their brains some good, a new study suggests.
Former NY health chief to be FDA nominee
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 05:31pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama plans to nominate former New York City health commissioner Margaret Hamburg to head the Food and Drug Administration, media reports said Wednesday.
Pfizer drug works on rare pancreatic cancer: study
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 04:13pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A study of Pfizer Inc's Sutent was halted early after the medicine delayed progression of a rare form of pancreatic cancer affecting tens of thousands of people globally, including Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs.
Economic woes take toll on workers' mental health
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 12:03pm
NEW YORK (Reuters) - One in five U.S. workers say the recession is causing them mental health problems, as they battle anxiety and fear over the potential loss of their jobs, new research shows.
China's SARS hero demands apology for detention
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 06:35am
BEIJING (Reuters) - A military surgeon who blew the whistle on China's SARS cover-up in 2003 and asked the Communist Party to reassess its 1989 crackdown on Tiananmen protesters has asked the government to apologize for detaining him.
Donor "cascades" may make better kidneys available
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 04:03am
BOSTON (Reuters) - Donation cascades, in which one altruistic donor gives a kidney to a stranger and friends or family of the recipient give kidneys in return, work well and raise donation rates, doctors said on Wednesday.
Care by "hospitalists" in U.S. growing: study
Persembe, 12.03.2009, 02:26am
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In the past 10 years, there has been a marked increase in the proportion of hospitalized patients being managed by "hospitalists," according to a report in this week's issue of The New England Journal of Medicine.
Ozone levels raise respiratory death rate: study
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 11:21pm
BOSTON (Reuters) - People who live in areas with the most ozone pollution are 25 percent to 30 percent more likely to die from lung disease than those living in areas with the cleanest air, researchers reported on Wednesday.
Too little sleep may raise diabetes risk: U.S. study
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 11:20pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - People who get fewer than six hours of sleep at night are prone to abnormal blood sugar levels, possibly putting them at risk for diabetes, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
U.S. lawmakers propose generic biotech drug plan
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 09:37pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers unveiled a bipartisan proposal on Wednesday to allow government approval for cheaper copies of biotechnology medicines that cost as much as tens of thousands of dollars per year.
How catching up on sleep helps the brain: study
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 08:53pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Lack of sleep can make us feel distracted, foggy and forgetful, and a new study helps explain why.
New, cheaper female condom wins U.S. approval
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 08:36pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Female Health Co has won U.S. approval to market its newer, less expensive female condom, which could help it win over American women as well as boost use in developing countries, the company said on Wednesday.
Wal-Mart says will sell e-records to doctors
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 06:58pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Inc, which has moved into low-cost healthcare with walk-in clinics and cheap prescriptions, said on Wednesday its Sam's Club unit would sell a package including software and Dell computers directly to doctors for electronic medical records.
NSAIDs for arthritis seem to be okay for the heart
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 06:56pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Patients with inflammatory polyarthritis who take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen do not appear to have an excess risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, new research shows. Inflammatory polyarthritis is a form of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) involving two or more joints.
Older adults more impaired by social drinking
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 06:32pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adults aged 50 and older may become more impaired after one or two alcoholic drinks than they realize, study findings suggest.
U.S. lawmakers propose generic biotech drug plan
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 05:56pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers unveiled a proposal on Wednesday to allow government approval of cheaper generic copies of biotechnology medicines that often cost tens of thousands of dollars per year.
FDA issues peanut safety guidelines for foodmakers
Carsamba, 11.03.2009, 03:29pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued safety guidelines for companies that use peanut products on Tuesday and said it may seize products that test positive for salmonella bacteria.
Blood, ultrasound tests catch ovarian cancer: study
Sali, 10.03.2009, 11:00pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Blood tests and ultrasound scans can catch deadly ovarian cancer at the most early and treatable stages, British doctors reported on Tuesday, saying it may finally be possible to screen women for the disease.
Study links blood types to pancreatic cancer risk
Sali, 10.03.2009, 10:29pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People with type O blood have a much lower risk for pancreatic cancer, while those with type B blood have the worst risk, researchers said on Tuesday in a study that may help explain what causes one of the deadliest kinds of cancer.
Big impact from small health savings: White House
Sali, 10.03.2009, 08:12pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A healthcare overhaul that achieves small cost savings each year could have a big impact on the U.S. economy and federal budget in the long run, White House budget director Peter Orszag told Congress on Tuesday.
U.S. allows Lou Gehrig's patients to try Insmed drug
Sali, 10.03.2009, 05:04pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators will allow experimental use of Insmed's drug Iplex for certain patients with Lou Gehrig's disease, the Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday.
Experts use nanotech to deliver anti-cancer genes
Sali, 10.03.2009, 04:31pm
LONDON (Reuters) - British scientists said on Tuesday they had developed a treatment that transports anti-cancer genes selectively into cancer cells using nanotechnology.
Economic gloom hits men harder than women: study
Sali, 10.03.2009, 04:28pm
LONDON (Reuters Life!) - Recessions gripping economies around the world will hit men harder than women as job insecurity threatens an inherent sense of masculinity, damaging mental health, a British researchers said this month.
Salt, sugar and water avert diarrhea deaths: WHO
Sali, 10.03.2009, 04:27pm
GENEVA (Reuters) - A pinch of salt, a handful of sugar and some clean water is all that is needed to save up to two million children who die each year from diarrhea, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
No verdict on pay-for-performance U.S. health plans
Sali, 10.03.2009, 01:59pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Dangling a financial carrot in front of doctors as a way to improve health quality has changed the way some doctors practice medicine, but has yet to significantly improve quality and may be interfering with doctor-patient relationships, researchers said on Tuesday.
Congress moves as stem cell limits lifted
Sali, 10.03.2009, 01:50pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama signed an order lifting eight years of restrictions on federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research on Monday as scientists gushed, activists cheered and shares in stem cell companies rose.
Drug policy groups decry fresh U.N. anti-drug strategy
Sali, 10.03.2009, 12:36pm
LONDON (Reuters) - U.N. members are expected to sign a declaration this week extending for another 10 years a "war on drugs" policy critics say is flawed an only feeds organized crime, helps spread HIV and undermines governments.
Vitamin C wards off gout in men: study
Sali, 10.03.2009, 01:21am
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Men with a higher intake of vitamin C from food or supplements have a lower risk of developing gout, a form of arthritis from uric acid build-up that causes inflamed joints, researchers said on Monday.
Warm weather could cause migraines, study finds
Pazartesi, 09.03.2009, 10:55pm
LONDON (Reuters) - Warmer weather and changes in atmospheric pressure may trigger headaches and migraines, rather than pollution, researchers said Monday.
Discussing end-of-life care lowers cost: U.S. study
Pazartesi, 09.03.2009, 08:07pm
* End-of-life care could offer area for healthcare savings
Obama to sign stem cells order on Monday
Cumartesi, 07.03.2009, 03:10am
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama, who opposes limits on federal funding of stem cell research, will sign an executive order about stem cells on Monday, an administration official said on Friday.
Some older men may safely stop PSA testing
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 08:50pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men who are 75-80 years old and have a low prostate specific antigen (PSA) level -- that is, less than less than 3 nanograms per milliliter -- are unlikely to develop life-threatening prostate cancer during their remaining life span, according to newly reported findings.
Ankle exercises build seniors' strength, balance
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 08:41pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A simple series of ankle and foot flexing exercises can improve strength and balance in older people, research from Portugal shows.
Mobile phones may be source of hospital infections
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 08:36pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mobile phones used by hospital healthcare workers are often contaminated with germs, including those that can causes illness in hospitalized patients, a Turkish research team reports.
Drugs for preterm labor linked to complications
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 08:30pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women given drugs to prevent the baby being born too soon may run the risk of having serious complications, a large study conducted in Belgium and The Netherlands suggests.
White House to hold healthcare forums across U.S.
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 07:38pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's administration will organize healthcare forums across the United States in the coming weeks to involve Americans and local policy makers in a push for reform, the White House said on Friday.
Statins help elderly as well as young after stroke
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 06:38pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Elderly people who've suffered a recent stroke benefit almost as much from treatment with a "statin" drug as do younger stroke patients, researchers report in the medical journal Neurology.
Bleeding ulcer outcomes worse on weekends
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 03:12pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with bleeding peptic ulcers who are admitted to a hospital on a weekend for have poorer survival than those admitted on a weekday, according to the results of a new study.
Staying active is key to feeling young
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 02:59pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fitness, strength and flexibility do not inevitably fade away with age, and are more often a matter of lifestyle choices, according to a new report.
Study finds belly fat makes breathing harder
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 05:30am
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Carrying excess weight around the middle can impair lung function, adding to a long list of health problems associated with belly fat, French researchers said on Friday.
CNN's Gupta withdraws name for U.S. surgeon general
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 03:21am
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta said on Thursday that he withdrew his name from consideration for U.S. surgeon general to focus more on his family and career as a surgeon.
Scientists remove cancer genes from stem cells
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 12:50am
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have taken another important step toward using ordinary skin cells that are made to behave like embryonic stem cells to find treatments for conditions like Parkinson's disease.
Radiotherapy before surgery lessens rectal cancer
Cuma, 06.03.2009, 12:31am
LONDON (Reuters) - Radiation therapy before surgery is a more effective way to treat rectal cancer for people with an operable form of the disease, British researchers said on Friday.
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