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  2. Hospital readmission for asthma increased by air pollution from traffic

    Higher exposure to traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) dramatically increases the odds of readmission to the hospital for asthma - but only for white children, according to a new Cincinnati...
  3. Cardiovascular disease, related deaths drop after Michigan implements public smoking

    A new study on the impact of Michigan's statewide smoking ban adds to mounting evidence that policies prohibiting tobacco smoking in workplaces and other public spaces may substantially improve...
  4. Gender differences in how the heart responds to exercise: findings challenge a long-h

    The formula for peak exercise heart rate that doctors have used for decades in tests to diagnose heart conditions may be flawed because it does not account for differences between men and women,...
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    Seasonal fluctuations in cholesterol levels

    Cholesterol levels fluctuate based on the time of year with more unfavorable lipid profiles seen in the colder months, a trend that may be driven by related behavior changes, according to research...
  6. Strong association between Mediterranean diet and lower risk of diabetes

    Adoption of a Mediterranean diet is linked to a lower risk of diabetes, especially among people at high risk for cardiovascular disease, according to research presented at the American College of...
  7. Link discovered between clusters of 'broken hearts' and massive natural disasters

    Dramatic spikes in cases of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, also called broken heart syndrome, were found in two states after major natural disasters, suggesting the stress of disasters as a likely...
  8. Patients with vitamin D deficiency at greater risk for more severe heart disease

    Vitamin D deficiency is an independent risk factor for heart disease with lower levels of vitamin D being associated with a higher presence and severity of coronary artery disease, according to...
  9. Study reveals less invasive technique for vulvar cancer

    A team of researchers from Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island's Program in Women's Oncology and Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine commanded a national stage to present the results...
  10. Unnecessary lung surgeries halved by preoperative PET

    New quantitative data suggests that 30 percent of the surgeries performed for non-small cell lung cancer patients in a community-wide clinical study were deemed unnecessary. Additionally, positron...
  11. Closure of coal plant in China led to improvements in children's health

    Decreased exposure to air pollution in utero is linked with improved childhood developmental scores and higher levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a key protein for brain development,...
  12. In the UK paracetamol poisoning treatment guidelines are costing NHS millions

    Strict guidelines for treating paracetamol overdoses - introduced 18 months ago - are costing the NHS millions of pounds a year, researchers claim.The number of patients receiving hospital treatment...
  13. Levels of potentially harmful substances in grilled meats could be reduced by beer ma

    The smells of summer - the sweet fragrance of newly opened flowers, the scent of freshly cut grass and the aroma of meats cooking on the backyard grill - will soon be upon us. Now, researchers are...
  14. New research explores the impact of stress reduction on migraine attacks

    Migraine sufferers who experienced reduced stress from one day to the next are at significantly increased risk of migraine onset on the subsequent day, according to a new study conducted by...
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    Is it safe to pee in the pool?

    Sanitary-minded pool-goers who preach "no peeing in the pool," despite ordinary and Olympic swimmers admitting to the practice, now have scientific evidence to back up their concern. Researchers are...
  16. What can investigators really tell from gunshot residue?

    The popular TV series "CSI" is fiction, but every day, real-life investigators and forensic scientists collect and analyze evidence to determine what happened at crime scenes. In a study published in...
  17. Evaluating therapies for Menkes disease using PET scanning

    Scientists at the RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies in Japan have used PET imaging to visualize the distribution in the body of copper, which is deregulated in Menkes disease, a genetic...
  18. Researchers report new septic shock biomarker test

    Septic shock is a severe systemic infection and major cause of death for the old and young alike. Unfortunately, researchers say testing new drug regimens to stop the infection is confounded because...
  19. Discovery offers hope for new treatments for retinal blindness

    A new report published online in The FASEB Journal may lead the way toward new treatments or a cure for a common cause of blindness (proliferative retinopathies). Specifically, scientists have...
  20. Electroacupuncture at Conception and Governor vessels and hUCB-MSCs for cerebral isch

    Mesenchymal stem cell transplantation is a novel means of treating cerebral ischemia/reperfusion, and can promote angiogenesis and neurological functional recovery. Acupuncture at Conception and...
  21. Learning deficits and aggressive behavior caused by lack of coronin 1 protein

    Organisms must be able to sense signals from the outside and translate these into biochemical cues in order to adequately respond to their environment. This capability is also required to process...
  22. Mass participation experiment reveals how to create the perfect dream

    Psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman from the University of Hertfordshire announces the results of a two-year study into dream control. The experiment shows that it is now possible for people to...
  23. MRI tracking of genes to offer insights into memory and learning

    Doctors normally use MRI to look inside the body to examine organs and tissue, for instance to find tumors and other abnormalities. Now, biological engineers in the US want to adapt the scanning...
  24. Expert warns of lung disease 'time bomb' in UK

    The UK is sitting on a lung disease 'time bomb' says a leading respiratory expert. Referring to the dramatic rise in cases of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, Luca Richeldi, professor and consultant in...
  25. Eye movement when reading could be an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease

    Researchers have suggested that alterations in eye movements when reading could be linked to impairments in working memory and an early indication of Alzheimer's disease according to a new study...
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