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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Adrenal tumors: hormone secretion linked to cardiovascular events

New research suggests that patients with adrenal tumors that secrete a hormone called cortisol are at higher risk of suffering cardiovascular events and increased mortality. Investigators say their findings may lead to better clinical management of patients with these tumors.This is according to a new study published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
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Leukemia pill ‘can melt away’ cancer cells

According to the National Cancer Institute, there were an estimated 48,610 new cases of leukemia last year, with 23,720 deaths from the condition. Now, new research suggests that a pill taken twice daily could turn the blood cancer into a treatable disease and allow patients to avoid chemotherapy.
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Small fetal size in pregnancy could indicate future heart problems

A study published in the BMJ has linked poor growth in the first 3 months (the first trimester) of pregnancy with poor heart health later in life.The rate of human development is highest during the first trimester of pregnancy, and this is when the cardiovascular and metabolic organs form.
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The death of a loved one in childhood ‘affects adult mental health’

A new study published in the British Medical Journal finds a small but significant increase in psychosis risk for people who suffer the loss of a family member in childhood.
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Are Californian women being over-charged for hospital births?

A new study has examined Californian hospital bills and found that there are dramatic discrepancies in how much a woman giving birth can expect to be charged.Childbirth is the most common reason for hospitalization – in California alone more than half a million women give birth in the hospital every year.
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Study points to ‘growing class gap’ in US teen obesity

Although recent reports suggest the childhood obesity epidemic in the US may have abated somewhat, a new study finds that the overall trend masks growing socioeconomic disparities, with teens in poorer families showing increased rates of obesity.
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Green spaces have long-lasting benefit for mental health

UK researchers who analyzed data that tracked people’s health for 5 years after they moved to greener areas suggests not only that it improved their mental health, but also that the benefit lasted long afterward.
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Practice may not make perfect after all, study suggests

We are all familiar with the saying “practice makes perfect.” But new research from psychologists at the University of Sheffield in the UK suggests that when it comes to learning new skills, the way one practices is more important than the frequency of practice.
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Head and neck cancer: mutation ‘triggers cancer-causing gene’

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pennsylvania say they have discovered a mechanism which causes cancer activity to increase in head and neck cancer. The discovery may lead to new treatments for the disease.Senior author of the study, Dr.
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Overweight and obesity in developing countries ‘alarming’

The ‘alarming’ rise in overweight and obese adults in developing countries is growing into a huge public health burden, says one of the authors of a new report from a UK think tank.
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