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News on public health research and national as well as international health policies. Edited by MEDICA.de and several associations.

 
 

Personalised Medicine: “The Body of Experts Needs to Close Ranks“

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[22/07/2010] It’s the “I” rather than the “we” that’s most important in personalised medicine. After all, new methods should offer an individually targeted treatment for patients. Many developments however are still in their infancy. Several players are cavorting in the subject, but what is the central theme here and where are knowledge and new research results being exchanged?Personalised Medicine: “The Body of Experts Needs to Close Ranks“ - Read more

Osteoporosis: Binge Drinkers at Risk?

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[13/07/2010] Binge-drinking teenagers may be putting themselves at risk for future osteoporosis and bone fractures, according to researchers at Loyola University Health System.Osteoporosis: Binge Drinkers at Risk? - Read more

Intoxicating Fragrance: Jasmine as Valium Substitute

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[09/07/2010] Researchers discover unexpected effect of scents. The effect is comparable to potent psychotropic drugs. Instead of a sleeping pill or a mood enhancer, a nose full of jasmine from Gardenia jasminoides could also help.Intoxicating Fragrance: Jasmine as Valium Substitute - Read more

H1N1 Flu Outbreak: Employers Took Many Measures to Protect Employees

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[24/06/2010] In response to the H1N1 flu, most employees at U.S. businesses say their company took measures to protect them from illness, such as encouraging sick employees to stay home, according to a national poll of employees by researchers from the Harvard Opinion Research Program at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). H1N1 Flu Outbreak: Employers Took Many Measures to Protect Employees - Read more

Soccer Fever: "There Are More Heart Attacks Due to Stress“

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[22/06/2010] A game lasts 90 minutes, a cardiac infarction mere seconds. The Soccer World Cup is the marriage of frenzied enthusiasm and great emotions, during barbecues and public parties. With increasing happiness and tension, unfortunately also the number of cardiac incidents increases. During the World Cup 2006, on some match days, there were three times as many suspicious cases for acute heart attacks. Soccer Fever: "There Are More Heart Attacks Due to Stress“ - Read more

LCD Television: Waste Could Help Prevent Bacterial Infections

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[21/06/2010] The fastest growing waste in the EU could soon be helping to combat hospital infections, according to scientists at the University of York.LCD Television: Waste Could Help Prevent Bacterial Infections - Read more

Male Desire: Preventing Suicides

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[18/06/2010] Masculine ideals of strength coupled with strong family ties can help men combat depression and overcome thoughts of suicide. Male Desire: Preventing Suicides - Read more

Early Warning System: Harnessing the Immune System's Diagnostic Power

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[09/06/2010] An inexpensive system for earlier disease diagnosis could save innumerable lives. It could also have a profound impact on the nation's healthcare industry and its strain of spiraling costs. Early Warning System: Harnessing the Immune System's Diagnostic Power - Read more

Understanding the Mechanism: Liver Regeneration in a Cartoon

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[08/06/2010] The underlying mechanisms - how a liver recovers after damage caused by drugs, alcohol consumption or a viral infection - are still poorly understood. Scientists are investigating liver regeneration using computer-based methods. Understanding the Mechanism: Liver Regeneration in a Cartoon - Read more

Pregnancy: Mum Knows Best?

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[21/05/2010] Research suggests that pregnant women are more likely to follow their mothers’ wisdom than medical advice.Pregnancy: Mum Knows Best? - Read more