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News Archives for July 2009
 

July 31, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Number of Physical Education Related Injuries Has Increased 150% in 10 Years - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Organic Foods No More Nutritional Than Conventional Foods, Federally Accepted Ozone Levels May Be Harmful, Tanning Beds Considered High Cancer Risk - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
July 30, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Overall Risks Associated with Bariatric Surgery Vary Considerably Based on Patient Characteristics - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Pregnancy May Increase Risk of Severe H1N1, Many Iced Coffees Have Excessive Calorie Counts, Anesthesia During C-Section Not Linked to Learning Disabilities - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
July 28, 2009
     
  VIDEO: High Calcium Intake in Childhood May Lower Cardiovascular Disease Risk - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Childhood Diet High in Calcium May Reduce Stroke Risk Later in Life - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Taxing Sugary Drinks Could Help Curb Obesity Epidemic, Hypertension Increases Silent Stroke Risk, Anemia May Increase Mortality Risk Among Elderly Adults - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
July 27, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Older Diabetes Patients Taking Antipsychotic Drugs May Have Higher Risk of Hyperglycemia - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Antipsychotic Therapy in Elderly Diabetes Patients May Increase Risk of Hospitalization for Hyperglycemia - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Agent Orange Linked to Heart Disease and Parkinson's, Surgery Still an Option for Advanced Lung Cancer, Removing Ovaries Increases Lung Cancer Risk - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
July 24, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Excessive Skin Aging - Dr. Gerald Goldberg, MD, University of Arizona Health Sciences Center - Dr. Gerald Goldberg
  VIDEO: Blood Alcohol Level May Predict Complications in Trauma Patients, Childhood Obesity Levels May Have Plateaued, Rock Climbing Injuries Increased 63% Over 18 Years - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 23, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Few Americans Receiving Recommended Vaccines, Prenatal Exposure to Air Pollution May Lower Intelligence, Drug-Eluting Contact Lenses Pass Early Test - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 22, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Some Blood Pressure Medications May Increase Risk of Cataracts - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Beta-Blockers and ACE Inhibitors Associated with Increased Risk of Developing Cataracts - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Mother's Health at Conception Can Influence Child's Disease Risk, Online Self-Management May Improve Asthma Symptoms, Healthy Lifestyle Can Help Prevent Heart Disease - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 21, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Specific Compounds in CSF May Help Predict Alzheimer's Disease Among Those with Mild Cognitive Impairment - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: CSF Biomarkers May be Useful for Predicting Incipient Alzheimer's Disease - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Superficial Vein Clots May Indicate DVT, People Over 65 May Soon Outnumber Those Under 5, Tight Glucose Control May Increase Mortality Among Heart Failure Patients - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 20, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Children With Sleep Disordered Breathing See Long Term Benefits After Surgery To Remove Tonsils and Adenoids (Interview with Dr. Julie Wei, MD, University of Kansas) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Children With Sleep Disordered Breathing Have Long Term Benefits After Adenotonsillectomy (Interview with Dr. Julie Wei, MD, University of Kansas) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Obesity Drug Contrave Shown To Help Weight Loss, Veterans Increasingly Diagnosed With Mental Health Issues, Gene Variants Found in African Americans Relating to Hypertension - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 17, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Acne As A Young Female - Dr. Amy Taub, MD, Northwestern University Medical School - Dr. Amy Taub
  VIDEO: Maintaining Physical Activity May Reduce Functional Impairment After a Stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Prestroke Physical Activity May Provide Functional Advantage After Stroke - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: FASDs Cause More Severe Behavioral Problems Than ADHD, Baking Soda May Slow Chronic Kidney Disease, Higher Speed Limits Lead to Higher Road Fatality Rates - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 16, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - A Child With Acne - Dr. Amy Taub, MD, Northwestern University Medical School - Dr. Amy Taub
  VIDEO: Sunitinib May Be Beneficial for Those with Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Sunitinib Shows Promising Efficacy and Tolerability for Treating Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Endoscopic Vein Harvesting May Produce Poor Outcomes, DASH Diet May Slow Cognitive Decline, Camera Pill Not As Effective As Traditional Colonoscopy - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 15, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Signs of Aging Skin - Dr. Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, Dermatology Consulting Services - Dr. Zoe Diana Draelos
  VIDEO: Most Adults Can Handle Distress Associated with Gene Testing for Hereditary Disease (Interview with Dr. Robert Green, MD, MPH, Boston University) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Most Adults Can Tolerate Stress Associated with Learning APOE Genotype (Interview with Dr. Robert Green, MD, MPH, Boston University) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Physical Activity May Slow Cognitive Decline, Photocoagulation for Diabetic Retinopathy May Cause Glaucoma-Like Effects, HRT May Increase Risk of Ovarian Cancer - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 14, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - A Child Who Developed Red, Scaly Patches - Dr. Kelly Cordoro, MD, University of California, San Francisco - Dr. Kelly Cordoro
  VIDEO: Multiple Genetic Mutations May Work Together to Promote Growth of Brain Tumors - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Multiple Chromosomal Alterations May Work Together to Promote Growth of Malignant Gliomas - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Active Commuting Can Reduce Risk of Obesity and CVD, Fish Oils Do Not Slow Progression of Alzheimer's, Moderate Alcohol Intake May Help Prevent Dementia - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 13, 2009
     
  VIDEO: MS Patients Who Smoke May Experience More Rapid Progression of Disease Than Nonsmokers - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Smoking May Stimulate More Rapid Progression of MS - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Heavy Drinking May Increase Prostate Cancer Risk, Low Birth Weight Linked to Respiratory Illness, Cursing Out Loud May Increase Pain Tolerance - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 10, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Dry Eyes - Dr. Penny Asbell, MD, FACS, MBA, Professor of Ophthalmology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York - Dr. Penny Asbell
  VIDEO: Low-Calorie Diet May Help Maintain Youth, Breast Cancer Risk Lower in Migraine Sufferers, Cognitive Decline Seen in Older Adults with Severe COPD - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 9, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Hives - Dr. Anju Peters, MD, Associate Professor, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine - Dr. Anju Peters
  VIDEO: Overdiagnosis of Breast Cancer by Screening Mammography Estimated at 52% (Interview with Dr. Karsten Jorgensen, MD, Nordic Cochrane Centre) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: One in Three Breast Cancers Found by Screening Mammography May Be Harmless (Interview with Dr. Karsten Jorgensen, MD, Nordic Cochrane Centre) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Stress and Anxiety May Lead to Weight Gain, Lower Blood Pressure Targets May Not Be Beneficial, Obesity Accounts for Highest Increase in Healthcare Costs - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 8, 2009
     
  VIDEO: If I Had - Never Been To An Ophthalmologist - Dr. Ruth Williams, MD, Wheaton Eye Clinic, Illinois - Dr. Ruth Williams
  VIDEO: Medication Errors Common Among Young Children - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Research Highlights Need to Improve Systems of Medication Delivery to Young Children - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Glutamic Acid May Help Lower Blood Pressure, High Levels of Adiponectin May Reduce Diabetes Risk, Surgical Treatment of AAA Has Improved in Recent Decades - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 7, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Minimally Invasive Tubular Diskectomy No Better Than Conventional Surgery for Sciatica - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Tubular Diskectomy No More Beneficial Than Conventional Microdiskectomy for Sciatica - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Team Sport Participation May Reduce Smoking, Poor Working Conditions for Doctors May Reduce Quality of Care, Long Trips May Increase Risk of VTE - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 6, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Xylitol Syrup May Help Prevent Dental Cavities in Young Children (Interview with Dr. Peter Milgrom, DDS, University of Washington) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Natural Sweetener Xylitol May Help Prevent Early Childhood Dental Caries (Interview with Dr. Peter Milgrom, DDS, University of Washington) - Dr. Susan Sharma
  VIDEO: Diet Influences Liver Disease Risk, Chemical Exposure Linked to Increasing Disease Mortality Rates, Acetaminophen Tops List of Drugs Implicated in Liver Damage - Dr. Susan Sharma
July 3, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Obesity Rates Still Rising in America, Deep Brain Stimulation Therapy for Cerebral Palsy, Swine Flu Parties Discouraged by Health Experts - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
July 2, 2009
     
  VIDEO: Specific Protein Linked to Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Research Identifies Possible Target Antigen in Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer
  VIDEO: Improper Use of Walking Aids Leads to Injury, Anti-Smoking Drugs to Carry Warnings, Electrical Stimulation May Treat Obesity and Diabetes - Dr. Kelly Schweitzer