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Epilepsy: New Imaging Techniques Used to Help Patients

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[29/05/2013] New techniques in imaging of brain activity developed by Jean Gotman, from McGill University's Montreal Neurological Institute, and his colleagues lead to improved treatment of patients suffering from epilepsy.Epilepsy: New Imaging Techniques Used to Help Patients - Read more

Novel Medicine for the Treatment of Chronic Wounds

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[22/05/2013] Every 20 seconds, a limb is lost as a consequence of diabetic foot ulcer that does not heal. In his doctoral thesis Yue Shen from the Industrial Doctoral School and the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics at Umeå University presented a novel medicine for chronic wound treatment that may completely change the lives of millions of patients.Novel Medicine for the Treatment of Chronic Wounds - Read more

One in Three Stroke Emergencies Do Not Use EMS

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Photo: Hand holding a phone [10/05/2013] More than a third of stroke patients don't get to the hospital by ambulance, even though that's the fastest way to get there, according to new research.One in Three Stroke Emergencies Do Not Use EMS - Read more

ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Treatment

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Photo: Child learning with a woman [19/04/2013] Nine out of 10 young children with moderate to severe attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continue to experience serious, often severe symptoms and impairment long after their original diagnoses and, in many cases, despite treatment, according to a federally funded multi-center study led by investigators at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Treatment - Read more

Amputations among Diabetes Patients Can Be Reduced by 50 Percent

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[17/04/2013] Every 30 seconds somebody in the world is amputated as a consequence of foot complication due to diabetes. A new study at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, confirmes that shoe inserts, podiatry, regular checkups and other simple interventions can reduce the number of amputations by more than 50 percent.Amputations among Diabetes Patients Can Be Reduced by 50 Percent - Read more

Autistic Children: Risk for Feeding Problems and Nutritional Deficits

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Photo: Child refuses food [17/04/2013] A new, comprehensive analysis of feeding behavior in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) indicates that these children are five times more likely to have a feeding problem, including extreme tantrums during meals, severe food selectivity and ritualistic mealtime behaviors. Autistic Children: Risk for Feeding Problems and Nutritional Deficits - Read more

Diabetes Patients Need to Be Consulted to Improve Treatment

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Photo: Patient talking to doctor [12/04/2013] Patients with type 2 diabetes who tailor their own treatment in cooperation with their doctor can reduce their risk of complications such as heart attack with up to 20 percent. This is the result of a new Danish study from the Research Unit for General Practice, University of Copenhagen. Diabetes Patients Need to Be Consulted to Improve Treatment - Read more

Autism: Age at Diagnosis Depends on Specific Symptoms

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[10/04/2013] The age at which a child with autism is diagnosed is related to the particular suite of behavioral symptoms he or she exhibits, new research from the University of Wisconsin–Madison shows. Autism: Age at Diagnosis Depends on Specific Symptoms - Read more

 
 

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