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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older men with other illnesses may not live long enough to benefit from aggressive prostate cancer treatments, such as prostate removal or radiation, and they'd have to live with their side effects, says a new study. "If you'...
Tags: Oncology, Diabetes, Prostate Cancer, Stroke, Medical Research
Mental-health medicines This is in response to "Psychologists seek prescription power; Health professionals split over contentious bill now up to House" (News, May 12) and "Rx: Slow down; Psychologists and mental health medicines" (Editorial, May 13)....
Dr. Frederick L. Brancati, an internationally known expert on the epidemiology and prevention of type 2 diabetes who was director of the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died Tuesday of...
The Hartford CourantUntil it happened to him, Itzhak Brook, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Georgetown University School of Medicine, didn't think much about the problem of misdiagnosis. That was before doctors at a Maryland hospital repeatedly told Brook his...
Angelina Jolie's announcement Tuesday that a genetic predisposition to breast and ovarian cancer led her to undergo a preventive double mastectomy has raised both awareness about the procedure and concerns among physicians and other experts. The actress...
Nittany LinesAs his nearly 30-minute session Wednesday with reporters dragged on, Bill O'Brien went from angry to impatient. "How many more questions?" he asked the conference call's moderator. "Six," was the response. "Six?' O'Brien asked. "How about three." That was...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The new dean of the Indiana University School of Medicine will come from Michigan, if the IU trustees approve the appointment. IU said Monday it had chosen Dr. Jay Hess, chairman of the pathology department and professor of...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Music, art and dance therapy may relieve anxiety and similar symptoms among people with cancer, according to a new analysis of past studies. Researchers who analyzed results from trials conducted between 1989 and 2011 said the...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite a strong warning from U.S. regulators in 2007, for-profit dialysis centers still gave their kidney failure patients more of a certain anemia drug than non-profit centers in 2008, says a new study. The researchers write...
Tags: Dialysis, Stroke, Heart Disease, Renal Failure, Amgen Inc.
ReutersPor Andrew M. Seaman NUEVA YORK (Reuters Health) - A pesar del avance en salud pública que generó reducir el consumo de calorías, y también la sal y la grasa de la comida rápida y los productos de supermercado, tres estudios sugieren que los...
FarmingtonSald Primary Care & Integrative Medicine opened in May 1 with a treatment center in Farmington that offers patients access to a primary care physician, naturopathic physician, acupuncture and nutritional counseling. In addition, all support staff...
Illinois psychologists aren't doctors, but they're seeking one of medicine's most potent tools: the power to prescribe drugs for their patients. The psychologists scored a victory in April, when the state Senate approved a bill that would make...
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