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News Archives for March 2012
 

March 31, 2012
     
  Majority of Cancers May Be Preventable; Speaking Two Languages May Ward Off Dementia Symptoms; Global Shortage in Trained Eye Doctors (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 30, 2012
     
  Depression Linked to Sleep Apnea; Middle of the Night PCI Does Not Affect Next Day Procedures; Paramedics Nearly 100% Accurate in Suspecting Stroke (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 29, 2012
     
  Depression Under-treated Among Stroke Survivors; Bilingualism May Preserve Brain from Dementia Symptoms; Vitamin D Fortified Doogh May Reduce Heart Disease Risk (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 28, 2012
     
  Cancer Video: Over 50% of Cancer Cases Are Preventable; Stopping Statins in RA Patients Could Be Deadly; Fitness, Weight Loss Improves Mobility in Adults - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Heart Attack Video: Moderate Drinking May Protect Reduce Death in Men With Previous Heart Attack - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Moderate Alcohol Consumption May Reduce Death Risk Among MI Survivors (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 27, 2012
     
  Non-HDL Cholesterol Levels Raise Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack; Global Shortfall of Ophthalmologists; Elderly Tourists 10x More Likely to Die From Malaria (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  GIK Solution in People with Acute Coronary Syndrome Reduces Severity of Heart Attack (Interview with Dr. Harry Selker, MD, MSPH, Tufts Medical Center) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  GIK in ACS Patients Does Not Reduce Myocardial Infarctions, But Does Reduce Severity (Interview with Dr. Harry Selker, MD, MSPH, Tufts Medical Center) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 26, 2012
     
  Cancer Video: Discovery May Enable Early Detection of Cancer; Blood Biomarker Greatly Raises Risk of Alzheimer's Disease; Warfarin Has Low Risk of Stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Chocolate Eaters Weigh Less (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Frequent Chocolate Indulgence Linked to Lower BMI (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 25, 2012
     
  Blood Test For Heart Attack; Pregnancy OK For Some Breast Cancer Patients; Breakthrough in Treating Pancreatic Cancer (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 24, 2012
     
  Aspirin May Help Prevent Cancer; Opiods May Promote Cancer Regrowth; Orthostatic Hypertension Raises Risk of Heart Failure (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 23, 2012
     
March 22, 2012
     
  New Test Can Spare Breast Cancer Patients From Chemo; SSRIs During Pregnancy Raise Blood Pressure; Exposure to Pollution in Womb Linked to Behavior Problems in Child (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
March 21, 2012
     
  Heart Attack Video: Blood Test May Be Able to Predict Heart Attack; Blood Pressure Difference Between Arms Raises Risk of Death; Opiods in Cancer Patients May Lead to Cancer Growth - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 20, 2012
     
  Aspirin May Help Prevent Cancer; Pregnancy Safe for Certain Breast Cancer Patients; Women in Wealthy States Less Likely to Develop Heart Disease (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Report Questions Use of Epinephrine After Sudden Cardiac Arrest (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Epinephrine After Sudden Cardiac Arrest May Have Negative Long Term Outcomes (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 19, 2012
     
  Drop in Blood Pressure With Position Change Raises Heart Failure Risk; Breakthrough in Pancreatic Cancer Treatment; Improving Detection of Pulmonary Embolism with MRI (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Minimally Invasive Surgery Best for Repairing Hernias (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
  Minimally Invasive Surgery Best For Inguinal Hernia Repair (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 18, 2012
     
  High Fat Diet May Lower Sperm Count; Asthma May Be Worsened By Antibiotics; Planned Repeat C-Section May Be Safest Option for Mother, Baby (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 17, 2012
     
  Risk of Prostate Cancer May Be Reduced with Circumcision; CPAP Treatment May Reduce Heart Failure Risk; Movies Affect Smoking Behaviors of Young Teens (Week in Review) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 16, 2012
     
  Lack of Sleep May Cause Overeating; Common Antibiotics May Raise Risk, Severity of Asthma; Art Improves Life of Stroke Survivors (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 15, 2012
     
  High Fat Diet May Lower Sperm Count; Movies Have Great Influence Over Teens Smoking Attitudes; Small Babies May Raise Risk of Heart Disease in Mother (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 14, 2012
     
March 13, 2012
     
  Planned Repeat C-Section Improves Outcomes in Mother, Baby; Sleep Apnea Treatment May Reduce Heart Failure Risk; Cancer Drug May Improve Memory in Alzheimer's Patients (Video) - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 12, 2012
     
  Cancer Video: Circumcision May Protect Against Prostate Cancer; Scientists Stop Bladder Cancer From Spreading; ALL Survival Rates Among Children Over 90% - Dr. Davin Johnson
March 11, 2012
     
  Men At Raised Risk of Dying From Heart Failure; US Army Suicides Rose Dramatically from 2004-2008; Weight Loss Supplements Ineffective (Week in Review) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
March 10, 2012
     
  Snoring May Lead to Behavior Problems in Kids; Specific Antibodies Can Halt Alzheimer's Disease; Stem Cells Can Repair Cornea (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 9, 2012
     
  Unnecessary Induction Raises Risk of C-Section and Intensive Care; Weight Loss Supplements Ineffective; Removing Molecule Improves Depression Treatment in Mice (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
March 8, 2012
     
  Heart Failure More Likely to Kill Men than Women; Fruits and Veggies May Improve Skin; Estrogen Pills Only Reduce Breast Cancer Risk (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
March 7, 2012
     
  US Army Suicides Have Risen 80% Since 2004; Health Care Workers Get Flu Shot If They Believe It Works; Dementia Drug Can Treat Severe Alzheimer's (Video) - Dr. Sanjay Sharma
March 6, 2012
     
  Alzheimer's Disease Video: Scientists Find Antibodies the Stop Alzheimer's in Mice; Exercise Can Immediately Alter DNA; Stem Cells Can Repair Cornea - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Report Strongly Recommends Brain Surgery for Epileptics Who Don't Respond to Drugs (Interview with Dr. Jerome Engel Jr., MD, PhD, UCLA) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Patients with Drug-Resistant Epilepsy Should Be Recommended for Surgery, Sooner Rather Than Later (Interview with Dr. Jerome Engel Jr., MD, PhD, UCLA) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 5, 2012
     
  ADHD Video: Youngest Kids in Class Over-diagnosed with ADHD; Whole Body CT Scans in Trauma Patients; Children Who Snore Much More Likely to Develop Behavioral Problems - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Antidepressants During Pregnancy May Slow Growth of Baby's Head (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  SSRIs During Pregnancy Linked to Reduced Fetal Head Growth (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 4, 2012
     
  Cancer Rates in EU Dropping; Hearing Loss Linked to Risk of Falls; Heat-Related Football Deaths in the US Have Tripled (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 3, 2012
     
  Sleeping Pills Raise Risk of Death; Teens More Vulnerable to Concussions; Rapid Urban Growth Linked to Higher Disease Rates in China (Week in Review) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 2, 2012
     
  Cervical Cancer Cure More Likely with Regular Smear Tests; Kidney Donors at No Raised Risk of Heart Disease; Long Time Diabetics at 3x Increased Risk of Stroke (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Babies Born Even Two Weeks Early Are More Likely to Have Health Problems (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Late Preterm Babies At Raised Risk of Poor Health Outcomes (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
March 1, 2012
     
  Bariatric Surgery OK for Obese Chronic Kidney Disease Patients; Sleep Improves with Age; Urbanization Causing Health Disparities and High Disease Rates in China (Video) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Tamiflu and Relenza Both Reduce Flu Symptoms and Risk of Death (Interview with Dr. Holger Schunemann, MD, PhD, MSc, McMaster University) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  Antiviral Therapy May Shorten Influenza Symptoms and Reduce Risk of Mortality (Interview with Dr. Holger Schunemann, MD, PhD, MSc, McMaster University) - Dr. Susan Sharma