Health News Archive - September 08, 2011
Medical team at Shanghai Childrenâ€™s Medical Center is making history again in high stakes procedure. Millwood, VA (PRWEB) September 07, 2011 A successful
A new study of brain MRI scans suggests a potentially treatable blood vessel abnormality may be associated with Parkinson's Disease in some patients.
A Canadian review, published in the latest edition of Advances In Nutrition suggests that trans fatty acids from ruminant animal sources, dairy, beef and lamb, may have beneficial health effects including reducing the risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
A new commercial processing technology is suitable for boosting the vitamin D content of mushrooms and has no adverse effects on other nutrients in those tasty delicacies, the first study on the topic has concluded.
Patients who have received high doses of chemotherapy may find it harder to express themselves verbally.
Oregon Health & Science University researchers have uncovered a new contraceptive that is more focused, safer and, therefore, available for use among a larger population of women.
Sensors made from custom DNA molecules could be used to personalize cancer treatments and monitor the quality of stem cells.
Each year, more than 170 million people visit national forests for recreation, and the physical activity associated with these visits burns 290 billion food calories.
Increased mortality in parents bereaved in the first year of a their child's life.
Patients at a high risk for a second stroke who received intensive medical treatment had fewer strokes and deaths than patients who received a brain stent in addition to the medical treatment, a large nationwide clinical trial has shown.
- The navel or umbilicus.
- In Greek archaeology: A central boss, as on a shield, a bowl, etc.
- A sacred stone in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, believed by the Greeks to mark the 'navel' or exact center-point of the earth.