The crude way for a healthy heart

Some fibers such as oats, beans and lentils, help lower blood pressure, so why not start your day with a bowl of porridge and fruit for a throw in some extra punch of goodness of heart healthy – you will do your heart and arteries a favor. Continue reading

Anti-vomiting medication can prevent thousands of hospitalizations, save millions of dollars

‘This is the first study to show that, in addition to being clinically useful, the administration of oral ondansetron in children with and persistent vomiting secondary to gastroenteritis, is cost effective, making it a dominant treatment strategy,’ said Freedman. Continue reading

First steps to protect the knees and prevent problems

Pounds increase pressure on the knee, said Dr. William J. Bryan, an orthopedic surgeon at Methodist Sports Medicine Center in Houston. Continue reading

The cost of delay: State Dental Policies Fail One in five children

The report omits some policy areas that we consider as important to improve children’s access to care. For example, some states have innovative programs like forgiveness of student loans and tax incentives to help dentists establish practices in areas not served or practice in community health centers. patients and parents need oral health education to help them take care of themselves and their families to prevent the disease. Many of them need additional services such as transport, in order to be able to get to dental appointments. If Medicaid has done a better job of these things, treatment costs would decrease, because it would be better to prevent disease and the treatment less. Continue reading

New drug promising for advanced thyroid cancer

A targeted drug called pazopanib could prove effective against difficult to treat cases of thyroid cancer cases, researchers say. Continue reading

Mount the doctors more likely to encourage patients to exercise

I am a strong supporter of the doctors who practice what they preach, and I think that this study illustrates the concept because it is based on objective medical markers of health, said Lobel, a health scientist with the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Continue reading

Green Tea: The Eyes Have It

The results showed that different parts of the eye absorb varying amounts of catechins. The area with the highest concentration of catechins was the retina, which is the light sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. The area with the lowest absorption of catechins is the cornea, which is clear, the outer layer of the eye. Continue reading

Researchers at SUNY Downstate Identify the growing incidence of heart valve disease, New York

Due to the increase in cases during the study period, the in-hospital death increased by 6.7 per cent a year. These deaths were associated with age, non-elective admissions, male gender, and the presence of members. Continue reading

The FDA has approved Prozac to treat a severe form of premenstrual syndrome

The side effects most frequently observed in studies of U. S. Sarafem headaches, nausea, drowsiness, nervousness, dizziness, and difficulty concentrating. ‘ Continue reading