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News Archives for August 2011
 

August 31, 2011
     
  Alzheimer's Disease Video: Blood Vessel Density May Cause Alzheimer's; Postmenopausal Smokers Have Higher Estrogen Levels; US Ranks Low in Global Rankings on Infant Mortality - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
August 30, 2011
     
  Flame Retardant Exposure During Pregnancy Linked to Smaller Babies; Primary PCI Best Therapy for Heart Attack; Rotavirus Vaccine in Infants Protects Older Kids, Adults (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Blood Levels of Cathepsin S Associated with Risk of Death in the Elderly (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Cathepsin S Linked to Mortality Risk Among Elderly (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 29, 2011
     
  Heart Drugs Are Underused in Poorer Countries, Rural Areas (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  High Blood Pressure Video: Poor Sleep Linked to Hypertension Risk, Apixaban Better than Warfarin for Stroke Prevention, Statins Reduce Death Risk From Respiratory Illnesses - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 28, 2011
     
  Prolonged Breastfeeding Does Not Affect Risk of Childhood Eczema, Early Undernutrition Linked to Heart Disease Later in Life, Exercise Effective for Depression (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 27, 2011
     
  Vitamin A Supplements Can Save 600,000 Kids a Year; Healthy Lifestyle Postpones Death; New Insight into Parkinson's Disease (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 26, 2011
     
  Obesity Epidemic to Affect Half of Americans by 2030; Temporary ER Staff May Jeopardize Patient Safety; Aerobic Exercise Trumps Resistance Training At Cutting Belly Fat (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Heart Attack Video: Calcium Deposits in Arteries Best Predict Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 25, 2011
     
  Cancer Video: Vitamin A Supplements Can Save Over 600,000 Children a Year, New Scoring System Helps Predict How Long Cancer Patients Will Survive, Exercise Effective for Depression - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Diagnosing High Blood Pressure Best Done with Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 24, 2011
     
  Heart Disease Video: Under-nutrition Early in Life Linked to Heart Disease Later, How Substance Use Causes Depression, HPV Test Best for Detecting Cervical Cancer - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Zithromax May Help Lung Function in COPD Patients (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Azithromycin Improves Lung Function in COPD Patients (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 23, 2011
     
  Stem Cell Breakthrough May Help Fight Parkinson's Disease, Breastfeeding Does Not Reduce Risk of Childhood Eczema, Happy Adolescents Less Likely to Use Drugs (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Avoiding Saturated Fats and Eating Healthfully Best Method for Lowering Cholesterol Levels (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Reducing Saturated Fats and Increasing Cholesterol Lowering Foods Best Approach to Improving Hyperlipidemia (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 22, 2011
     
  Childhood Obesity: Both Parents and Doctors Appear Reluctant to Discuss Childhood Obesity During Visits - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
  Heart Attack Video: Majority of Heart Attack Patients Treated Within 90 Minutes, Narcolepsy Cases May Increase Following Flu Season, Healthy Lifestyle Postpones Death - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 21, 2011
     
  New clue in understanding Parkinson's disease; Obese patients often misdiagnosed with asthma; Call of better standardized treatment guidelines for thyroid cancer (week in review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 20, 2011
     
  Revivifying aging immune systems; Coffee can protect against certain skin cancers; Assessing stroke risk asymptomatic patients (Week in review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 19, 2011
     
  Obese patients often misdiagnosed with asthma; New approach for treating systolic heart failure; Better predictor of heart attack and stroke (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 18, 2011
     
  Cancer video: Genetic basis of cancer hallmark; Thyroid cancer treatment variation; Vitamin D's confirmed roll in colon cancer - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 17, 2011
     
  Revivifying aging immune systems; Assessing stroke risk asymptomatic patients; Brain's natural protection against stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 16, 2011
     
  Higher risk of bladder cancer associated with smoking than previously thought; Antipsychotics better at treating mania; Coffee can protect against certain skin cancers (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 15, 2011
     
  New Clue for Parkinson’s, Maternal IV tied to Newborn Weight Loss; Obesity not Always Unhealthy (video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
August 14, 2011
     
  Less Invasive Technique for managing Thyroid Tumors, Broad Spectrum Flu Antibody, Smoking Women more likely to develop Coronary Artery Disease - (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 13, 2011
     
  Acute Care Surgery Service In ER Speeds Decision Making, Inflammation Pathway in Asthma, Hand Hygiene Reduces School Absenteeism (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 12, 2011
     
  Smoking Women at Increased Risk of Coronary Artery Disease, High Levels of Banned Fire Retardants in Californian Women, Less Invasive Technique for managing Thyroid Tumors (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 11, 2011
     
  Inflammantion Pathway in Asthma, Broad Spectrum Flu Antibody, Resistance Training May Help Smokers Quit - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 10, 2011
     
  Acute Care Surgery Service In ER Speeds Decision Making, Cardiac Catheterization Use Varies By Hospital (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 9, 2011
     
  Hiding Vegetables in Child's Food Can Greatly Increase Vegetable Consumption and Improve Diet (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
August 8, 2011
     
  Smoking Soon After Waking Increases Cancer Risk, Atrial Fibrillation Associated With Dementia, Hand Hygiene Reduces School Absenteeism - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 7, 2011
     
  Urine Test Helps Prostate Cancer Screening, Per Physician Costs Higher in US than Canada, Anti-psychotics May Not Reduce PTSD Symptoms Among Veterans (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 6, 2011
     
  Even A Little Exercise Good for the Heart, Scientists Map Oligodendroglioma, Childhood Issues Linked to Health Problems in Adulthood (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 5, 2011
     
  Urine Test Improves Prostate Cancer Screening, Vitamin D and Risk of Breast Cancer in African Americans, Childhood Adversity Raises Risk of Adulthood Health Problems (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 4, 2011
     
  Brain Cancer Video: Scientists Map Genetics of Common Brain Cancer, American Per-Physician Costs Much More than Canadian's, Lowering Heart Failure Risk in Chemo Patients - Dr. Davin Johnson
August 3, 2011
     
  Every Bit of Exercise Helps Reduce Heart Disease, Gender Based Violence Linked to Mood and Mental Health Disorders in Women, Anti-psychotics Ineffective for PTSD (Video) - Davin Johnson
August 2, 2011
     
  Vegetarians At Reduced Risk of Diverticular Disease (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
August 1, 2011
     
  CIHR Video: Dr. Terrance Snutch, PhD, FRSC, University of British Columbia (Insidermedicine In the Spotlight) - Dr. Terrance Snutch