Monday, July 6, 2015

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Preliminary finding could lead to easier way to diagnose dysfunction, expert says
Fracture risk was very low for younger postmenopausal women with no osteoporosis, study found
WASHINGTON - Banned by the United States in 1972, the insecticide DDT is best known as the impetus for the modern environmental movement. Since Rachel Carson's bestseller Silent Spring sounded the alarm about the poisonous effects of the chemical on wildlife, the environment and human health, numerous studies have linked it to birth defects, miscarriage and reduced fertility.
Small study suggests Vyvanse might help with concentration, thought organization
Most of those seeking ER treatment are in their 20s, study says
If both partners view procedure as a joint effort, they feel greater intimacy afterward
Many moms-to-be worry about what they can and should eat while pregnant. Seafood is often a part of this conversation. I want to set the record straight...
An advisory panel on Thursday recommended that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approve the first-ever medication for premenopausal women with low libido, but only with special safety precautions.
Experts say findings make sense, but note they are preliminary
Two large international trials suggest single immunization may be as good as two or three
Reports on outbreaks of measles, whooping cough in past year may have shifted opinions, pediatrician says
Couples who were friends first often find beauty's in the eye of the beholder, study says
But complications or maternal death during delivery are still rare, experts say
Study found getting what amounted to lower doses per pound of body weight meant poorer outcomes
Study found counties with higher screening, detection rates had no significant difference in deaths
Study found counties with higher screening, detection rates had no significant difference in deaths
Doing so can lead to dangerous internal bleeding, experts say
Study found witnessing parental domestic violence produced most powerful association
Study suggests despite getting licenses, adolescents lacked key skills to stay safe
Expert advises families to sit at least 500 feet from launch area
Always make sure they're supervised
Is a parent who nurtured their development, study suggests
Researchers report treatment recommendations got kids evaluated faster in ER
But, due to aging population, actual number of cancer deaths is rising