Tag Archive | "Study"

Study to examine aspirin's role in preventing breast cancer spread

Study to examine aspirin's role in preventing breast cancer spread Several international studies have shown that taking aspirin long-term can have beneficial effects in limiting the spread of breast cancer. One of these, funded by the society and the Health Research Board, found women who were prescribed aspirin … Full News here – Read more […]

Read the full story

Posted in AspirinComments (0)

Study questions colonoscopy surveillance guidelines

Study questions colonoscopy surveillance guidelines For patients who have had precancerous polyps removed, colonoscopy surveillance guidelines may differ depending on the type, according to Counsel & Heal. In a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers tracked 40,826 … Full News here – Read more on Fox News

Read the full story

Posted in ColonoscopyComments (0)

Fingerprinting cell metabolism points toward study of obesity, diabetes

Fingerprinting cell metabolism points toward study of obesity, diabetes Researchers have shown how to use a new imaging platform to map lipid metabolism in living cells, discovering specifically where cholesterol is stored and pointing toward further studies in obesity, diabetes and longevity. The imaging approach makes it … Full News here – Read more on R […]

Read the full story

Posted in DiabetesComments (0)

'Fingerprinting' cell metabolism points toward study of obesity, diabetes

'Fingerprinting' cell metabolism points toward study of obesity, diabetes Researchers have used a new imaging platform to map lipid metabolism in the living cells of a transparent round worm called C. elegans. Findings point toward further studies into the impact of diet and the role of insulin in obesity, diabetes and … Full News here […]

Read the full story

Posted in DiabetesComments (0)

Study Finds Bacteria Compound Shrinks Mesothelioma Tumors, According to

Study Finds Bacteria Compound Shrinks Mesothelioma Tumors, According to … Researchers at the University of Western Australia treated mesothelioma cells with the S. aureus mixture and found that it killed the cancer cells while simultaneously stimulating a stronger anti-tumor response in healthy cells. "Tumour growth was … Full News here – Read more on DigitalJournal.com

Read the full story

Posted in MesotheliomaComments (0)

Study on Cosmetic Surgery Tourism

Study on Cosmetic Surgery Tourism A University of Leeds led study on cosmetic surgery tourism 'Exploring the Cosmetic Surgery Tourism Industry' offers many insights into the business but also warns that better regulation is vital to protect patients. Surgeons and clinics should be … Full News here – Read more on IMTJ

Read the full story

Posted in Cosmetic SurgeryComments (0)

Students use X-ray imaging to study Blackbeard's booty

Students use X-ray imaging to study Blackbeard's booty Unlike a CT scan or computed tomography, the system isn't limited to one configuration. The software instantly assembles the different views so any 2-D mathematically defined contour can be viewed. The system is also portable, which is ideal for remote … Full News here – Read more on […]

Read the full story

Posted in CAT ScanComments (0)

NWH Breast Reconstruction Study Publishes In Journal Of Cosmetic Surgery

NWH Breast Reconstruction Study Publishes In Journal Of Cosmetic Surgery Clinic Review of Esthetic Outcomes and Risk Factors for Complications,” was published in The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery. The study, one of the largest ever completed on this topic, was conducted by Northern Westchester Hospital breast and … Full News here – Read more on […]

Read the full story

Posted in Cosmetic SurgeryComments (0)

Arena And VIVUS: A Case Study In Small-Cap Pharma

Arena And VIVUS: A Case Study In Small-Cap Pharma By contrast, VIVUS got the bulk of its revenue from licensing STENDRA, a new erectile dysfunction drug. Going from a research company with a few promising ideas to a profitable drug-maker is clearly much more difficult than advertised, if such high … Full News here – […]

Read the full story

Posted in Erectile DysfunctionComments (0)

New cancer research study launches in San Antonio

New cancer research study launches in San Antonio SAN ANTONIO — Over-the-counter pain relievers like aspirin might reduce the recurrence of breast cancer. A critical study is just being launched in San Antonio at the UT Health Science Center to find out more. Right now, the UT Health Science Center … Full News here – […]

Read the full story

Posted in CancerComments (0)

Study: Biking Tied To Prostate Cancer

Study: Biking Tied To Prostate Cancer About 8 percent reported having erectile dysfunction, 1 percent had an infertility diagnosis and 1 percent had prostate cancer. (The rate was 2 percent among men 50 and older). The more hours a week a man spent cycling, the more likely he was to have … Full News here – […]

Read the full story

Posted in Erectile DysfunctionComments (0)

Daily aspirin reduces cancer risk, according to study

Daily aspirin reduces cancer risk, according to study The research shows that long-term use of aspirin significantly reduces the risk of developing major cancers, mostly affecting the digestive tract, and dying from them. If everyone in the UK aged 50 to 64 took aspirin for 10 years an estimated 130,357 … Full News here – […]

Read the full story

Posted in AspirinComments (0)

Mouse Study Finds Prenatal Stress Increases Asthma Risk in Child

Mouse Study Finds Prenatal Stress Increases Asthma Risk in Child Now, a new study finds that prenatal stress may also be linked to the development of asthma. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that stress among pregnant mice — even a single bout — led to an increased risk of allergy-induced … Full […]

Read the full story

Posted in AsthmaComments (0)

Artesunate drug can be used to control asthma, finds NUS study

Artesunate drug can be used to control asthma, finds NUS study Asthmatic patients may soon have a more effective way to control the condition, thanks to a new pharmacological discovery by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS). The team, led by Associate Professor Fred Wong from the Department … Full News here – Read […]

Read the full story

Posted in AsthmaComments (0)

Hawaii's high rate of diabetes spurs 16-year study

Hawaii's high rate of diabetes spurs 16-year study “We decided early on that there are many different interventions that could prevent diabetes,” said school professor Dr. Richard Arakaki, “and certainly lifestyle, where we have people increase their physical activity and decrease their weight, is … Full News here – Read more on KHON2

Read the full story

Posted in DiabetesComments (0)