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The blood test also predicts who will benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy based on the behavior of some of the markers. This will provide the opportunity for more effective, individualized...
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CHICAGO -- Scientists at Northwestern University’s school of medicine in Chicago have developed a blood test to diagnose depression in adults. The test is the first of its kind to objectively and...
2014/09/12 15:37
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THURSDAY, Sept. 11, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A novel study of mice has shed new light on the molecular basis for glaucoma, which is a leading cause of blindness in the United States. Based on their...
2014/09/10 15:36
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Only one in four students with asthma and half of children with food allergies have emergency health management plans in place at school, leaving schools inadequately prepared to manage daily needs...
2014/09/09 11:22
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Employees who are lucky enough to snag an office with a view not only have a sunnier disposition, thanks to the rays of sunshine splashed across their desk. It turns out they also have better overall...
2014/09/07 22:52
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Opioid overuse and abuse are a widespread problem that gets lots of attention in the news media - and that may keep cancer patients and doctors from using them appropriately. "On one hand, we're told...
2014/09/05 22:45
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Teens who use marijuana may face high risk of dependence, new study suggests. For the small-scale study, researchers evaluated 127 teenagers being treated at an outpatient substance use disorder...
2014/09/05 14:33
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THURSDAY, Sept. 4, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Female animals or cells are rarely used in surgical research studies, even though sex differences can have a major impact on medical research, a new study...
2014/09/04 22:46
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CHICAGO (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Neurosurgeons now have a new approach to brain surgery using the same 3-D glasses you'd put on at an IMAX movie theater. Keeping up with his son was almost impossible...
2014/09/04 09:03
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The study analyzed 59 studies with data from 49 trials involving 7,286 dieters whose median age was 46 and median weight was 207.5 lbs. Researchers limited their material to medical literature on...
2014/09/03 21:28
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... -- Anyone who's ever attempted to lose weight knows the frustration of trying -- and failing at -- different diets. People should choose diets that they can stick to, rather than fret over...
2014/09/02 06:17
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Skin Cells Can Be Engineered Into Pulmonary Valves for Pediatric Patients New valves may grow with patients and may have lower rejection rates Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsAnn...
2014/09/01 17:45
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Editors of the five major surgical journals reviewed in this study have responded to this finding and will now require authors to state the sex of animals and cells used in their studies. If they use...
2014/08/30 00:38
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Electric currents could be the key to treating memory impairments caused by conditions such as stroke, early-stage Alzheimer's disease, traumatic brain injury, cardiac arrest and the memory problems...
2014/08/29 13:08
2014/08/29 13:08
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Young athletes today often participate in sports year round and with increasingly competitive club and school sports, it has become common to choose one sport to specialize at a young age. While this...
2014/08/29 05:21
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Can pomegranate halt Alzheimer's? Chemical compound in the fruit prevents inflammation of the brain cells Alzheimer's affects 800,000 people in the UK with 163,000 new cases a year Researchers...
2014/08/28 20:06
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Electrically stimulating a portion of the brain that coordinates the way the mind works can enhance memory and improve learning, according to a study that may lead to a new way to treat cognitive...
2014/08/27 18:54
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As of Sept. 1, Cadence will be formally integrated with Northwestern, and they will operate under the Northwestern Medicine brand name, according to the release. The four hospitals in the health...
2014/08/27 14:52
2014/08/27 14:52
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An innovative new approach combines mindfulness training for those with early-stage dementia and their caregivers during the same class session. “The disease is challenging for the affected person,...
2014/08/15 16:52
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THURSDAY, Aug. 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Natural light during the work day may benefit employees by improving their sleep and quality of life, according to a new study. "There is increasing...
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