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32nd Health Research Report 11 JUN 2008 – Reconstructed

 

 

 

Editors Top Five:

 
1.      US reporters often do a poor job of reporting about new medical treatments
2.      Pycnogenol improved diabetes control and reduced antihypertensive medications
3.      How advanced prostate cancer becomes resistant to androgen-deprivation therapy
4.      Is tap water safe for expectant mothers?
5.      The good news in our DNA: Defects you can fix with vitamins and minerals

 

 

In this issue:

 
1.      Childhood lead exposure associated with criminal behavior in adulthood
2.      US reporters often do a poor job of reporting about new medical treatments
3.      People with ADHD do 1 month’s less work per year
4.      Combining exercise with hormone could prevent weight gain
5.      Estrogen Helps Drive Distinct, Aggressive Form of Prostate Cancer
6.      New breathing exercises help manage asthma
7.      Intestinal bacteria promote — and prevent — inflammatory bowel disease
8.      New vegetarian food with several benefits
9.      Pycnogenol improved diabetes control and reduced antihypertensive medications
10.  Dehydrated tomatoes show promise for preventing prostate cancer
Exercise cuts cancer death in men
12.  US soldiers in high-tuberculosis areas face new epidemic: false positives
13.  Whole milk is effective and cost-effective as oral contrast agent
14.  How advanced prostate cancer becomes resistant to androgen-deprivation therapy
15.  Bisphenol A: Controversy over widely used plastics chemical spurs product changes, regulatory debate
16.   Vitamins Help Prevent Vision Loss from AMD—If Used Correctly
17.  The good news in our DNA: Defects you can fix with vitamins and minerals
18.  Is tap water safe for expectant mothers?
19.  Despite vaccine, public should not get complacent about pneumococcal disease
20.  Agent in red wine found to keep hearts young
21.  Increased Incidence of Melanoma Found in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Treated with Methotrexate
22.  Long-term pesticide exposure may increase risk of diabetes
23.  Moores UCSD Cancer Center study links vitamin D, type 1 diabetes
24.  Another new wrinkle in treating skin aging
25.  Study finds Chinese food good for your heart
26.  Men with vitamin D deficiency may have increased risk of heart attack
27.  Eating fish and foods with omega-3 fatty acids linked to lower risk of age-related eye disease
28.  World’s oldest woman had normal brain
29.  Solid tumor cells not killed by radiation and chemotherapy become stronger
30.  Common bowel problem linked to chili pepper pain receptor
 
 

 

 

Health Technology Research Synopsis

32nd Issue Date 11 JUN 2008

Compiled By Ralph Turchiano

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Ralph Turchiano

I have a strong affinity for the sciences which led me to create my sites. My compulsion for the past decade has been reviewing literally every peer-reviewed research article. Which can easily be validated by following my posts. To me, science is where the real news is, as it will mold our destiny beyond that of politics or economics. 😉 Please feel free to e-mail: 161803p314159@gmail.com
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