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News Archives for September 2009
 

September 30, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Treating Gestational Diabetes Reduces Labor Complications and Risk of Excessively Large Baby - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Treating Mild Gestational Diabetes Reduces Risk of Fetal Overgrowth and Labor Complications - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Women Who Gain Weight From 18-50 More Likely to Unhealthy in Old Age, Marijuana Increases Risk of Psychosis, Children of Working Mothers Have Less Healthy Lifestyle - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 29, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Electronic Alert Systems Do Not Prevent Critical Test Results From Being Overlooked By Physicians - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Electronic Critical Alert Notifications Frequently Overlooked, Do Not Guarantee Follow Up From Physicians - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Obese Adults With Sleep Apnea Benefit From Weight Loss, High Heels Lead to Foot Pain, At-Home Care Good for Chronic Heart Failure Patients - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 28, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Physicians Need to Better Inform Men of Pros and Cons of Prostate Specific Antigen Testing - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Prophylactic Mastectomy On the Rise, Antidepressants During Pregnancy Linked With Heart Defect, Young Women With Autoimmune Condition at Increased Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Men Need to Be Better Educated About Pros and Cons of Prostate Screening - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 25, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Injected Vaccines More Effective Than Nasal Sprays, Fructose Linked to High Blood Pressure, Most Men With Prostate Cancer Do Not Require Immediate Treatment - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 24, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Surgery Only Slightly Better at Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Surgery For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Provides Only Slightly Better Outcomes - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Experimental Vaccine Shows Success In HIV Prevention, Silent Strokes Common With Percutaneous Valve Replacement, US Must Monitor Animals More Closely - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 23, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Older Adults With Acute Myeloid Leukemia Benefit From Double Dose of Chemotherapy Medication - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Older Adults With AML Benefit From Double Dose of Daunorubicin in Induction Regimen - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Flu Raises Heart Attack Risk, Distressed Residents More Prone to Mistakes, Most Emergency Departments Ill Equipped for Child Care - Matt Schlenker
  VIDEO: Flu Raises Heart Attack Risk, Distressed Residents More Prone to Mistakes, Most Emergency Departments Ill Equipped for Child Care - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 22, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Medical Students Commonly Post Inappropriate, Unprofessional Content Online - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Medical Students Commonly Display Unprofessional, Inappropriate Online Behavior - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Public Smoking Bans Reduce Heart Attacks, Drinking Can Prevent Death From Serious Head Injury, Exercising While Pregnant Reduces Risk of Heavy Child - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 21, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Young Teenagers Use Tanning Beds More Than FDA Recommends - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Young Teenagers Have More Access to Indoor Tanning than FDA Recommends - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Alzheimer's Disease On the Rise, Human Error Main Cause for Mistakes In Emergency Department, High Blood Pressure at 45 Increases Risk of Memory Problems - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 18, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation A Cost Effectve, Life Saving Option For Adults With Severe Acute Respiratory Failure - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: ECMO A Life Saving and Cost Effective Alternative For Patients With Severe Acute Respiratory Failure - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Uninsured People Face Significantly Increased Risk of Death, Weight Loss Helps Prevent Kidney Disease in Obese People, Binge Drinking Weakens Immune System - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 17, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Controlling Smoking, Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Increases Life Expectancy of Middle Aged Men - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Controlling Modifiable Cardiovascular Risk Factors Can Dramatically Extend Life Expectancy of Middle Aged Men - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Childhood Vaccination Against Hepatitis B Protects Against Liver Cancer, Surgical Masks Ineffective Protection, Exposure to Small Amounts of Lead Harmful to Children - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 16, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Watch and Wait Approach Best For Children With Middle Ear Infections - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Watch and Wait Approach Recommended For Children With Acute Otitis Media - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: African Americans Who Suffer Cardiac Arrest in Hospital More Likely to Die, Dirty Shower Heads Threaten Health, H1N1 Contagious For Longer Than Previously Thought - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 15, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Conservative Management of Early Prostrate Cancer More Beneficial Now Than 30 Years Ago - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Outcomes of Conservative Management of Clinically Localized Prostate Cancer Have Greatly Improved in Past 30 Years - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: ICDs Do Not Appear to Benefit Female Heart Patients, Most American Adults Have Heart Disease Risk, Depressed Cancer Patients Have Higher Mortality Rate - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 14, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Combination of Carotid and Cardiac Surgery Does Not Reduce Risk of After Surgery Stroke in Certain Patients - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Combining Cardiac and Carotid Surgery in Patients With Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis Not Effective At Lowering Risk of Post-Op Stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: MRSA Found In Public Beaches and Ocean Water, Aerobic Exercise Lowers Risk of Fatty Liver Disease, New Blood Test to Determine Ovarian Tumors Approved - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 11, 2009
     
  VIDEO: High Infection Rates for Preventable Illnesses, Streptococcus Pneumoniae and Haemophilus Influenzae - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: High Global Burden of Both Streptococcus Pneumoniae and Haemophilus Influenzae Could Be Prevented With Vaccinations - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: High Mortality Rates For Youth, Connection Between Unhappy Childhood and Adulthood Obesity, Doctors Feel Stress When Working With Patient's Surrogate - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 10, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Flashing Lights and Floaters - Dr. Pravin Dugel, MD, Retinal Consultants of Arizona - Dr. Pravin Dugel
  VIDEO: Aggressive Vaccination Program Starts in September, Deemed Necessary To Control Possible H1N1 Influenza Pandemic - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Aggressive Vaccination Program to Start Mid-September, Deemed Necessary To Mitigate Possible H1N1 Pandemic - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Patients With Upper GI Tract Disorders More Likely to Get Other Illnesses, Traffic Noise Linked With Hypertension, Scientists Decode Late Blight Pathogen - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 9, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Blood Test Helps Determine Who Needs Antibiotics For Lower Respiratory Tract Infections - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Antibiotic Use for LRTIs Can Be Limited Through Procalcitonin (PCT) Algorithm - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Missing Brain Protein Connected to ADHD Symptoms, Lifestyle Choices Raise Risk of Second Breast Cancer, Few People to Receive Antiviral Medication For Flu - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 8, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Childhood Bullying Linked to Psychiatric Distress Later in Life - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Childhood Bullying May Be Cause of Psychopathology Among Females And Marker of Psychopathology for Males - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Virus Linked to Prostate Cancer, New Research Questions Hygiene Hypothesis, Infections Raise Risk of Alzheimer's Disease in Elderly - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 4, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Blocking Genetic Pathway Shows Promise In Fight Against Certain Advanced Forms of Cancer (Interview with Dr. Charles Rudin, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Hedgehog Signaling Pathway A Promising Target in Fight Against Basal Cell Carcinoma (Interview with Dr. Charles Rudin, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Discovery of Antibodies That Prevent HIV Progression, Eating Late May Mean Weight Gain, Healthy Lifestyle Beneficial For Preventing Breast Cancer - Dr. Susan Sharma
September 3, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Statins Help Prevent Heart Problems Following Artery Surgery, Pilot's Diet Could Affect Flight Performance, Mutation of Human DNA - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 2, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Patients With Stable Form of Acute Coronary Syndrome May Not Benefit From Immediate Invasive Treatment - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Urgent Catheterization Of No Benefit For Patients With Non-ST-Segment Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Excessive Weight Gain May Increase Prostate Cancer Risk, Epileptic Children More Likely to be Obese, African Americans More Likely to Die From Pancreatic Cancer - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
September 1, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Risk-Taking Adolescents Likely Have More Structurally Mature Brains Than Previously Believed (Interview with Dr. Greg Berns, MD, PhD, Emory University) - Dr. Christina Leung
  VIDEO: Adolescents Who Engage in Risky Behavior Likely Have More Mature Brains Than Previously Believed (Interview with Dr. Greg Berns, MD, PhD, Emory University) - Dr. Christina Leung
  VIDEO: Heartburn and Blood-Thinning Drugs Safe to Take Together, Mediterranean Beneficial for Type 2 Diabetics, Extra Breast Exams More Likely to Yield False Positive Diagnoses - Dr. Christina Leung