58th Health Research Report 09 JUN 2009 – Reconstruction

 

Editors Top Five:

 

1. Recycled radioactive metal contaminates consumer products

2. Illness, medical bills linked to nearly two-thirds of bankruptcies: Harvard study

3. Bird flu virus remains infectious up to 600 days in municipal landfills

4. How many scientists fabricate and falsify research?

5. Wet ear wax and unpleasant body odors signal breast cancer risk

In this Issue:

1. Use of acid-suppressive medications associated with increased risk of hospital-acquired pneumonia

2. Cancer drug causes patient to lose fingerprints and be detained by US immigration

3. Green tea extract shows promise in leukemia trials

4. History of hyperactivity off-base, says researcher

5. How many scientists fabricate and falsify research?

6. Omega fatty acid balance can alter immunity and gene expression

7. Bird flu virus remains infectious up to 600 days in municipal landfills

8. Silver nanoparticles show “immense potential” in prevention of blood clots

9. Wet ear wax and unpleasant body odors signal breast cancer risk

10. Commonly used medications may produce cognitive impairment in older adults

11. Why dishing does you good: U-M study

12. Sedatives may increase suicide risk in older patients

13. Illness, medical bills linked to nearly two-thirds of bankruptcies: Harvard study

14. Association Found Between Parkinson’s Disease and Pesticide Exposure in French Farm Workers

15. Multivitamins in pregnancy reduce risk of low birth weights

16. Stopping diabetes damage with vitamin C

17. Recycled radioactive metal contaminates consumer products

Health Research Report

58th Issue Date 09 JUN 2009

Compiled By Ralph Turchiano

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