Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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It's safer, cheaper than other types of imaging, doctors say
New focus on tumor subtypes could help patients, according to medical groups
Finding suggests it might sometimes be alternative to antidepressants, talk therapy
Research aims to get at root causes of the disorder
In study, 4-D scans show more mouth movement, facial touching in presence of nicotine
British researchers stress that losing excess weight lowers the odds again, however
In 1918 in Philadelphia, members of the American Gynecological Society listened intently as Ralph H. Pomeroy read his trailblazing paper at their annual meeting.
This increases risks for baby and mother, experts say
MARCH IS Women's History Month, and, while we have certainly come a long way, baby, we still have a long way to go, especially when it comes to body image.
The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends that healthy, pregnant women should engage in 30 minutes or more of exercise per day for most days of the week.
Task force concludes there's too little information to recommend screening for deficiencies
It's packed with even a wider level and variety of proteins than that of monkeys, study finds
It's safer, cheaper than other types of imaging, doctors say
Study suggests it might make booze more appealing to children
Consider fit and function
Lab tests confirm half of cases in recent outbreak tied to specific virus strain
Lab tests confirm half of cases in recent outbreak tied to specific virus strain
Small, but steady declines in deaths seen over past decade
New focus on tumor subtypes could help patients, according to medical groups
Researchers think more female embryos die than male embryos, which contradicts traditional thinking
Study links glyburide to more infant intensive care and respiratory distress
But one-third still eating it every day, study finds
Using metrics, not teaspoons, reduces medication errors, American Academy of Pediatrics says
These items tend to have more fat, sugar and salt than unprocessed foods, researchers say