35th Health Research Report 22 JUL 2008 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

1. Environmental pollutant has sex-skewing effect

2. Stomach bug appears to protect kids from asthma, says NYU study

3. Cranberry juice creates energy barrier that keeps bacteria away from cells, study shows

4. 89 percent of children’s food products provide poor nutritional quality

5. Schering-Plough, Merck’s Vytorin misses study goal

 

 

In This Issue:

1. Androgen deprivation therapy for localized prostate cancer not associated with improved survival

2. Male cyclists risk sexual problems if they don’t choose the right bike

3. Aerosol toxins from red tides may cause long-term health threat

4. Scientists learn how food affects the brain

5. Risk of gall bladder disease with HRT patches lower than with HRT pills

6. 89 percent of children’s food products provide poor nutritional quality

7. Stomach bug appears to protect kids from asthma, says NYU study

8. Consumption of nut products during pregnancy linked to increased asthma in children

9. Environmental pollutant has sex-skewing effect

10. Possible link found between x-rays and prostate cancer

11. Study: Regular walking nearly halves elderly disability risk

12. The epigenetics of increasing weight through the generations

13. Removing ovaries during hysterectomy: Effects remain unknown

14. Cranberry juice creates energy barrier that keeps bacteria away from cells, study shows

15. Scientists identify how gastric reflux may trigger asthma

16. Schering-Plough, Merck’s Vytorin misses study goal

Health Technology Research Synopsis

35th Issue Date 22 JUL 2008

Compiled By Ralph Turchiano

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