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64th Health Research Report 01 SEP 2009 – Reconstruction

 

 

Editors Top Five:

1. H1N1 Pandemic Virus Does Not Mutate Into ‘Superbug’ in UMd. Lab Study

2. Natural compounds, chemotherapeutic drugs may become partners in cancer therapy

3. Heat forms potentially harmful substance in high-fructose corn syrup

4. Daily aspirin does more harm than good: study

5. Heat forms potentially harmful substance in high-fructose corn syrup

 

In this issue:

1. Off-label use: Oft not evidence base

2. Research shows why low vitamin D raises heart disease risks in diabetics

3. Long-term tamoxifen use increases risk of an aggressive, hard to treat type of second breast cancer

4. Hormone therapy for prostate cancer patients with heart conditions linked to increased death risk

5. More obesity blues

6. Unlocking the body’s defenses against cancer

7. Discovery of natural odors could help develop mosquito repellents

8. Bird flu leaves the nest — adapting to a new host

9. Heat forms potentially harmful substance in high-fructose corn syrup

10. Healthy food obsession sparks rise in new eating disorder

11. Natural compounds, chemotherapeutic drugs may become partners in cancer therapy

12. Daily aspirin does more harm than good: study

13. H1N1 Pandemic Virus Does Not Mutate Into ‘Superbug’ in UMd. Lab Study

 

Health Research Report

64th  Issue Date 01 SEP 2009

Compiled By Ralph Turchiano

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