PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 6-Jan-2014 – Parents should be made aware that their child might develop a fever following simultaneous influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations – children who received simultaneous influenza and pneumococcal vaccines, about a third (37.6 percent) had a fever… Read More ›
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Elevated Gluten Antibodies Found in Children with Autism
But No Link to Celiac Disease June 20, 2013 Posted in: Autoimmune diseases, Clinical Research, Gastroenterology, Nutrition, Pediatrics NEW YORK—Researchers have found elevated antibodies to gluten proteins of wheat in children with autism in comparison to those without autism. The… Read More ›
Omega-3 lipid emulsions markedly protect brain after stroke in mouse study – DHA
Contact: Karin Eskenazi email@example.com 212-342-0508 Columbia University Medical Center New York, NY (February 20, 2013) — Triglyceride lipid emulsions rich in an omega-3 fatty acid injected within a few hours of an ischemic stroke can decrease the amount of damaged… Read More ›
ADHD symptoms persist for most young children despite treatment
Contact: Ekaterina Pesheva firstname.lastname@example.org 410-502-9433 Johns Hopkins Medicine Nine out of 10 young children with moderate to severe attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continue to experience serious, often severe symptoms and impairment long after their original diagnoses and, in many cases,… Read More ›
Vitamin E effective for ‘silent’ liver disease
2010 study posted for filing Contact: Jennifer Homa email@example.com 212-305-5587 New York- Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center NIH-funded, NEJM study is largest ever to look at nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, an obesity-related condition NEW YORK (April 29, 2010) — Vitamin E has… Read More ›
80th Health Research Report 22 APR 2010 : Reconstruction
Editors Top Five: 1. Vitamin K May Protect Against Developing Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Say Mayo Clinic Researchers 2. First evidence that chitosan could repair spinal damage 3. Over half of women in abusive relationships still saw their male partners as dependable… Read More ›
People with depression often excluded from clinical studies of antidepressants?
2009 report posted for filing Contact: Clare Collins CollCX@upmc.edu 412-647-3555 University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences Are we cherry picking participants for studies of antidepressants? People with depression often excluded from clinical studies and tend not to fare… Read More ›
Study explains decrease in insulin-producing beta cells in diabetes: Current Theory is wrong
Contact: Karin Eskenazi firstname.lastname@example.org 212-342-0508 Columbia University Medical Center Findings suggest new approach to treatment IMAGE:The life cycle of transcription factor FoxO1 closely mirrors the state of health of the pancreatic beta cell. In a healthy cell, FoxO1 (stained red)… Read More ›
More Children Being Prescribed – Quote “Lobotomizing” Antipsychotics Than Adults Now.
More Kids Taking Antipsychotics for ADHD: Study By By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter | HealthDay – 2 hrs 17 mins ago TUESDAY, Aug. 7 (HealthDay News) — Use of powerful antipsychotic medications such as Abilify and Risperdal to control youngsters… Read More ›
Are diet soft drinks bad for you?
New study finds potential link between daily consumption of diet soft drinks and risk of vascular events Individuals who drink diet soft drinks on a daily basis may be at increased risk of suffering vascular events such as stroke, heart… Read More ›