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...  according to the report published in in the March 23 issue of the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). The study, released to coincide with World TB Day, also found that the TB rate was ...
... to study activity related changes in human skeletons. "It is documented that there was a company of archers aboard when the ship sank, at a time when many archers came from Wales and the south west of ...
...  suggests. In the new study, laquinimod reduced the annual relapse rate by 23 percent, and disability progression by 36 percent. "We found that... WEDNESDAY, March 14 (HealthDay News) -- Yet another ...
... the veterans are studying the ruling on the lead claims to see how many of the remaining cases could still proceed, and estimate hundreds of veterans or their families could still launch damages claims ...
TUESDAY, March 13 (HealthDay News) -- Extended space travel can cause eye and brain abnormalities in astronauts, researchers have found. For the study, published online March 13 in the journal Radiology, ...
... be that astronauts could suffer eyesight problems. The study is reported in the Journal of Radiology. It was led by Larry Kramer, a professor of diagnostic and interventional imaging at the University ...
FRIDAY, March 9 (HealthDay News) -- Inducing labor when it's not necessary increases the risk of cesarean section delivery and other childbirth complications, a new study says. The Australian researchers ...
... Medical Center and a co-author of the study.  Thayer says these peripheral nerve injuries are caused by everything from car crashes to gunshot wounds. But he says many of them happen when somebody does ...
... Age Lab at M.I.T. on car technology to help the elderly travel more easily and safely. He conducted a study with the Ford Motor Company to see just how stressful parking can be and whether high-tech assistance ...
TUESDAY, Feb. 14 (HealthDay News) -- Poor-quality sleep may have worse effects than simple fatigue: A preliminary new study suggests it's linked to the buildup of brain plaques seen in people with Alzheimer's ...
... have more than tripled in people aged 45-64 in recent years and a study released last week found that nearly 1 in 20 Americans older than 50 have these artificial joints. But active boomers can avoid that ...
TUESDAY, Feb. 7 (HealthDay News) -- A drug used to prevent breast cancer in women at high risk for the disease appears to cause bone loss in some postmenopausal women, a new study finds. The drug, Aromasin ...
... Pain Society and received the Distinguished Career Award from the Canadian Pain Society. She is president of the Canadian Pain Society and treasurer of the International Association for the Study of ...
... cell therapy, it seems, is always promising, promising to cure diseases or illnesses. And this week, a study using embryonic stem cells has... Copyright © 2012 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial ...
... burns calories like a furnace. A new study finds that one form of it, which is turned on when people get cold, sucks fat out of the rest of the body... Fat people have less than thin people. Older people ...
... research, but I would urge caution. The authors of the Lancet paper make no special claims about the study which was designed to show whether the treatment was safe. They say: "So far, the cells seem ...
...  Advanced Cell Technology, which paid for the study, has been criticized in the past for overstating results, in part because it has been desperate to raise money to stay in business. The ...
... has been done in lab animals. The new results come from the first tests in humans for a vision problem. Researchers caution the work is still very preliminary. "This study provides reason for encouragement, ...
... in a new study. The study, published in Thursday’s issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, is part of a broad rethinking of how to... Bone loss and osteoporosis develop so slowly in most ...
... mice with spinal cord injuries walk again. Now researchers plan to study the treatment in dogs that suffer from a relatively common spinal cord injury caused by a ruptured disk. Such injuries typically ...
... in a new study. The study, published in Thursday’s issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, is part of a broad rethinking of how to d... Bone loss and osteoporosis develop so slowly in ...
... one, the study suggests. Government advisers and leading doctor groups urge osteoporosis screening, but no one has known how often that should... ATLANTA – New research could mean millions of older women ...
... the point of osteoporosis, which can lead to fractured hips and wrists and vertebrae. The study appeared Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine. As The Times reported today, for women whose first ...
... type of Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, the median life expectancy is no higher than 34 years, according to a 2001 study published in the Journal of Medical Genetics. Amelia has been a patient at the Children's ...
... of deaths in the UK even further. The current vaccination programme protects against only some of the bacterial types involved. A Chilean study,... 18 January 2012 Last updated at 06:49 ...
... his point home with a cautionary tale. In India, he recalled, a yogi came to study at Iyengar’s school and threw himself into a spinal twist. Black said he watched in disbelief as three of the man’s ribs ...
... shows. The new study is one of the few head-to-head comparisons of various treatments for neck pain, a problem that affects three quarters of... Tony Cenicola/The New York TimesWhat’s the best treatment ...
... too. Results of the study are published in the Jan. 3 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine. Funding for the study was provided by the U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. ...
... of vitamin D appears to be directly linked to multiple sclerosis, says an Oxford University study. UK and Canadian scientists identified the... 8 December 2011 Last updated at 08:15 ET ...
... and Human Development (NICHD).  “Previously, researchers tended to look at genes in isolation, similar to studying a wall switch that controls a ceiling light.  What this work has done is to change ...
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