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Brain Grows Faster in Children With Autism

by | May 14th, 2011

The brains of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are larger than those without autism, a difference that appears related to increased rates of brain growth before the age of 2 years, a new imaging study shows.

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Study sees benefit to early menopause hot flashes

by | May 9th, 2011

Hot flashes that bedevil many women in menopause might actually be a good thing, depending on when they strike, according to new data from a long-running government study.

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Can’t I Just Drink It?

by | May 3rd, 2011

Polyphenols, the compound found in red wine that is thought to help prevent heart vessel disease, may one day be used in medicated heart stents. A recent study on animal suggest the compound, Polyphonol, may be beneficial when included in heart stent, a device used to keep an artery in the heart open.

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Most getting enough calcium, vitamin D, report says

by | November 30th, 2010

A report today from the influential Institute of Medicine sets the first formal recommendations for daily intakes of calcium and vitamin D for bone health, and suggests that most people are getting what they need. The recommended amounts are higher than guidelines set 13 years ago that were simply estimates, but the vitamin D recommendations…Read the Rest of Article

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Botox May Improve Overactive Bladder

by | November 3rd, 2010

Botox injections may be best known for smoothing facial lines, but they may also help soothe an overactive bladder, a small study shows. UK researchers found that among 34 patients with stubborn overactive bladder symptoms, those treated with Botox showed improvements in symptoms and quality of life that lasted up to six months. The findings,…Read the Rest of Article

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