A new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago researchers suggests that more than one-third of U.S. adults may be using prescription medications that have the potential to cause depression or increase the risk of suicide.
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Extending medical insurance to low-income Michigan residents meant they had better access to health care, earlier detection of serious illnesses, better care for existing health problems, according to a newly published survey of primary care providers.
Body image has been an issue most commonly discussed among women, but new statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reveal that it has become a conversation that is emerging among men.
People diagnosed with a deadly form of cancer would no longer face the prospect of having a needle inserted into their eye thanks to the new blood test developed by Edith Cowan University researchers.
Seattle Children's, with participating members Children's National Health System, BC Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has launched CureWorks, determined to accelerate the development of immunotherapy treatments for childhood cancer.
The study is to to test the hypothesis that imperceptible levels of stochastic vestibular stimulation (SVS) could improve short-term adaptation to a locomotor task in a novel sensory discordant environment. Astronauts exposed to microgravity face sensorimotor challenges affecting balance control when readapting to Earth's gravity upon return from spaceflight.
According to a study, researchers examined for the first time the long-term effects of the operations. Tonsil and adenoid removal associated with long-term risks of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases. Removing tonsils and adenoids in childhood increases the long-term risk of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases. The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.
According to a study, researchers determine that Children with eczema whose bath water contains added moisturizers may get no more relief from the itchy skin condition than they would without the extra bath products. The study was published in BMJ.
UK researchers followed 482 children aged 1 to 11 years old with eczema for one year. During the study, all of the kids stuck to their usual treatment routine which could include moisturizing creams and ointments and topical corticosteroids as needed and half of them were also randomly asked to bathe with one of three popular bath additives.
Researchers analyze a wide electrocardiographic QRS duration is a key part of the indication for cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) in heart failure (HF), but patients with narrow QRS who are of shorter stature and have smaller ventricles might also make good candidates.