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News Archives for November 2011
 

November 30, 2011
     
  Neutralising HIV with antibodies; Malaria breakthrough; Second biopsy beneficial for recurrent breast cancer (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 29, 2011
     
  Risk of Pulmonary Embolism in Autoimmune Patients; Finding the Causal Mechanisms of Autism; New Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 28, 2011
     
  Cancer Survivors at 2x Increased Risk of Developing Same Cancer; Disrupted Brain Pathways in Children with ADHD; Stem Cells Age & Weaken in the Elderly (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 27, 2011
     
  Coffee Protects Against Endometrial Cancer; Tylenol Overdose Possible Over Course of the Day; Bacteria in Public Washrooms (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 26, 2011
     
  Canned Soup Dramatically Increase BPA Levels; Statins Safe Long Term; Exercise Improves Sleep (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 25, 2011
     
  Too Much Tylenol In A Day Can Cause Fatal Overdose; Low Risk Pregnant Women Safe to Choose Birth Location; Metformin May Help Prevent Cancer (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 24, 2011
     
  Diabetes Patients Benefit from Vitamin D Enriched Yogurt; Intensive Chemo Regimen Best for Younger Lymphoma Patients; Exercise Improves Sleep (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 23, 2011
     
  Canned Soup Raises BPA Levels By Over 1,000%; Processed Meat, Ground Beef Raise Risk of Prostate Cancer; Report Examines Bacteria in Public Washrooms (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Multipronged Weight Management Helps Obese Lose Weight (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Multimodal Weight Loss Program Most Effective for Obese Patients (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 22, 2011
     
  Coffee Reduces Risk of Endometrial Cancer; Report Confirms Long Term Safety of Statins; P-Rex1 Protein Fundamental to Melanoma Metastasis (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Not Enough or Too Much Salt in Diet Raises Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Low Sodium Intake Associated with Raised Cardiovascular Risk (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 21, 2011
     
  Low BMI Linked to Early Alzheimer's Disease; Death Rates for Mouth, Pharynx Cancers Falling; Laser Removal OK Treatment for Precancerous Skin Lesions (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Being Modestly Overweight May Lower Risk of Dying After Surgery (Interview with Dr. George Stukenborg, PhD, University of Virginia) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Lower BMI May Raise Risk of Postoperative Mortality (Interview with Dr. George Stukenborg, PhD, University of Virginia) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 20, 2011
     
  High Childhood IQ Linked to Illegal Drug Use Later in Life; Current Blood Tests Cannot Detect Cancer in Early Stages; Bad Sleep Raises Risk of Fibromyalgia in Women (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 19, 2011
     
  20% Americans Have Hearing Loss; Birth Control Pill May Be Linked to Prostate Cancer; Garlic Oil Component Protects Against Heart Attack Damage (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 18, 2011
     
  Today's American Adolescents Unhealthiest in US History; Blood Type Linked to Stroke Risk; Excess Vitamin D May Raise Risk of Atrial Fibrillation (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
  Eye Exams May Help Predict Functional Decline in Elderly Adults (Interview with Dr. Dae Hyun Kim, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Microvascular Disease Seen in Retina May Predict Functional Decline in Elderly Patients (Interview with Dr. Dae Hyun Kim, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 17, 2011
     
  Cancer Video: Scientists Discover How Cancer Cells Get Their Energy; New Pioneer Factor for Breast Cancer Discovered; Major Weakness Found in Aggressive Prostate Cancer - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
November 16, 2011
     
  Blood Tests Cannot Detect Cancer Until Tumors Are 10 Years Along; Abnormal Teenage Weight Linked to Drug Use; Garlic Oil Component Protects Damage From Heart Attack (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 15, 2011
     
  Prostate Cancer Video: High IQ in Childhood Linked to Drug Use; Oral Contraceptive Pills May Be Connected to Prostate Cancer; Alcoholics At Raised Risk of Cancer, Death - Dr. Susan Sharma
  New Drug Evacetrapib May Help Lower Cholesterol (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Lipid Control May Be Improved By Adding Evacetrapib to Statin Therapy (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 14, 2011
     
  20% of Americans Have Hearing Loss; Antibiotic Shows Promise Against Leukemia; Poor Sleep Raises Fibromyalgia Risk in Women (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Breast Cancer May Lead to Cognitive Impairment (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  History of Breast Cancer Linked to Reduced Prefrontal Activity (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 13, 2011
     
  Breakthrough May Enable Personalized Cancer Treatment; Mini Strokes Shorten Lifespan; Targeting Brain Area May Improve Parkinson's Disease (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
November 12, 2011
     
  HPV Vaccine Reduces Cervical Cancer Rates; Clocks Going Forward Improves Children's Fitness; Woodsmoke and Pneumonia (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
November 11, 2011
     
  Report Questions Effect of Reducing Salt Consumption; Football Players At Raised Risk of Poor Mental, Physical Health; EEG Detects Brain Activity in Vegetative State (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Web Based Program Fails to Affect Long Term Changes to Adolescent Diet (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  FATaintPHAT Fails To Affect Long Term Dietary Changes Among Adolescents (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
November 10, 2011
     
  Mini Strokes Shorten Life; Over 110,000 Children Die From Flu Related Illness Each Year; Woodsmoke from Fires Used to Cook May Cause Pneumonia (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  During Tough Economic Times, Older People Turn to Alcohol or Tobacco (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Financial Strain May Lead to Alcohol Consumption, Tobacco Use in Older Men (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
November 9, 2011
     
  Cancer Video: Potential Breakthrough in Cancer Screening, Treatment; Clocks Going Forward May Encourage Kids to Exercise; Fatherhood Reduces A Man's Bad Habits - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Children With Autism Have Extra Neurons in Brain (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Brain Abnormalities Associated with Autism Found in Prefrontal Cortex (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
November 8, 2011
     
  Cervical Cancer Video: HPV Vaccine Can Greatly Reduce Cervical Cancers; Bypass After Mini-Stroke Does Not Reduce Stroke Risk; Targeting Brain Region May Improve Parkinson's - Davin Johnson
  Eliminating Pop From Schools Does Not Reduce Sugar Consumption in Kids (Video) - Davin Johnson
  Banning Sugar-Sweetened Beverages From Schools Does Not Reduce Sugar Consumption (Video) - Davin Johnson
November 7, 2011
     
  Stroke Risk Factors Raise Risk of Cognitive Impairment; Birth Control Pills Containing Drospirenone Linked to Blood Clots; Depressed Dads May Cause Emotional Problems in Kids (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
November 6, 2011
     
  BRCA Mutation In Family Does Not Increase Risk in Non-Carriers; Poor Pregnant Sleep Linked to Preterm Birth; Legalization of Medicinal Marijuana Has No Effect on Youth (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 5, 2011
     
  DIY Test For Cervical Cancer Very Accurate; Exercise Reduces Effect of Fat Mass and Obesity Gene; Stroke Patients With Dementia May Not Return Home (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 4, 2011
     
  COPD Video: No Link Between Vitamin D and COPD Attacks; New Drug Shows Promise in Treating Cystic Fibrosis; Mediterranean Diet Also Helps Symptoms of Sleep Apnea - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
November 3, 2011
     
  Radiotherapy & Hormone Therapy Improve Prostate Cancer Survival; Chantix Strongly Linked to Suicidal Behaviors, Depression; Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Mortality in Older Women (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
November 2, 2011
     
  Do-It-Yourself Cervical Cancer Test Very Accurate; Biking Instead of Driving Saves Money and Lives; Legal Medicinal Marijuana Does Not Increase Use Among Youth (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
November 1, 2011
     
  Exercise Reduces Effect of Obesity Gene; Poor Sleep While Pregnant Linked to Preterm Birth; Organ Transplant Recipients At Higher Risk of Several Cancers (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Even Moderate Drinking Linked to Small Risk of Breast Cancer (Interview with Dr. Wendy Chen, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Moderate Alcohol Consumption Associated with Small but Significant Breast Cancer Risk (Interview with Dr. Wendy Chen, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School) - Dr. Susan Sharma