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2014/08/29 15:48
2014/08/29 15:48
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Aug. 29, 2014 -- To drink or not to drink? It's a question not easily answered, at least when it comes to our health. Although we’ve heard for years that moderate drinking is good for our hearts,...
2014/08/29 15:48
2014/08/29 15:48
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2014/08/28 09:38
2014/08/28 09:38
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For those suffering from pulmonary hypertension, a serious lung disease that narrows the small blood vessels in the lungs, here's some good news. A new study demonstrates that protein in "good"...
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2014/08/25 13:44
2014/08/25 13:44
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The elegant, silver-haired woman poked her head tentatively into my classroom as students were setting up their mats and chairs for a "gentle yoga" class. "Is it OK if I just watch?" she asked, then...
2014/08/21 12:08
2014/08/21 12:08
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Providing futile treatment in the intensive care unit sets off a chain reaction that causes other ill patients needing medical attention to wait for critical care beds, according to a study by...
2014/08/20 18:25
2014/08/20 18:25
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Study Identifies Protein that Helps Prevent Active Tuberculosis in Infected Patients Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsScience Translational Medicine Newswise — UCLA-led study has...
2014/08/19 08:08
2014/08/19 08:08
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Racial and ethnic minorities who receive implantable devices to treat heart failure derive the same substantial survival benefit from these therapies as white patients, new UCLA-led research...
2014/08/15 23:37
2014/08/15 23:37
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Pictured: People with diabetes who underwent amputations were more likely to live in the neighborhoods shown in darker hues A UCLA study shows that California diabetics who live in low-income...
2014/08/13 22:17
2014/08/13 22:17
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Concussions & Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries Are the Focus of Two Upcoming Conferences at LifeBridge Health Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — Baltimore, MD – The Sinai Rehabilitation...
2014/08/12 15:35
2014/08/12 15:35
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Invention monitors an important new vital sign A disposal, plastic listening device that attaches to the abdomen may help doctors definitively determine which post-operative patients should be fed...
2014/08/11 19:46
2014/08/11 19:46
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LOS ANGELES (Ivanhoe Newswire) — Each year around 1,400 lung transplants are performed in the U.S. The traditional way to transport lungs for surgery involved putting them in a cooler with ice. Now...
2014/08/11 09:02
2014/08/11 09:02
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The study authors hope their findings, published in the August issue of Health Affairs, will motivate public agencies and medical providers to reach out to patients at risk of late intervention and...
2014/08/08 18:47
2014/08/08 18:47
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Some patients who undergo surgery develop a condition called post-operative ileus (POI), a malfunction of the intestines. The condition causes patients to become ill if they eat too soon, which can...
2014/08/07 18:17
2014/08/07 18:17
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Micro-Thug Life: It’s a Jungle Only one-tenth of the trillions of cells in our bodies are human cells, Nine-tenths are bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms.2 Since we host these little guys,...
2014/08/06 18:35
2014/08/06 18:35
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Fernando Padilla takes pride in his cars and his family, but a year and a half ago, he couldn't keep up with either. Pulmonary fibrosis destroyed his lungs. "I was getting tired. I was coughing a lot...
2014/08/06 17:43
2014/08/06 17:43
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The study authors hope their findings, published in the August issue of Health Affairs, will motivate public agencies and medical providers to reach out to patients at risk of late intervention and...
2014/08/05 13:09
2014/08/05 13:09
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Changes in the treatment of the most common form of heart attack over the past decade have been associated with higher survival rates for men and women regardless of age, race and ethnicity, according...
2014/08/29 15:48
2014/08/29 15:48
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