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Patz 413-4195.. Writing this month in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, warns an international team of experts that widespread changes in the global landscape provide new opportunities for dozens of infectious diseases, including scourges like malaria, dengue, Lyme disease, yellow fever, cholera, influenza, foot-and-mouth disease, and hemorrhagic fever. Evidence is mounting that deforestation and ecosystem changes have implications for the distribution of many other microorganisms, and the health of humans, domestic animals and wildlife population, the report of the Working Group Land Use Change and Disease compiled emergence, an international group of infectious disease and environmental degradation health experts. – Many of our current activities, primarily for economic development, have some major adverse health effects, Jonathan says A. Continue reading By Courtesy you can Kaiser Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report search the archives.

Value in Health publishes papers click to see here.

Value in Health publishes papers, concepts and ideas that promote the field of pharmacoeconomics and outcomes help help health care leaders make decisions that are solidly evidence-based making. 4,000 doctors published bi-monthly and has a regular readership of over 4,000 physicians, policy makers and researchers worldwide. click to see here read more

Neuisys Announces FDA approval UrocareNeuisys, a leading supplier of state-of – the-art CT and MR imaging systems to medical practices, announced today at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510 clearance is granted by Urocare , a unique software application for the assessment from urinary tract anatomy with multi-slice computed tomography data. Continue reading Value in Health publishes papers click to see here.

BMA Northern Ireland Chairman Dr Paul Darragh said Doctors are all too aware of in February 2010.

These work is particularly relevant at the present time, such as research and experience that health inequalities tend to be more acute in times of economic recession, with a greater relative increase in the morbidity and mortality in the poorer in society. – local BMA is interested in explore work closely with the work closely with the Chief Medical Officer in his ongoing work to reduce health inequalities. .. BMA Northern Ireland Chairman Dr Paul Darragh said Doctors are all too aware of in February 2010, of the economic and social disparities on their patients as as they see on a daily basis.

It is clear that there are areas in Northern Ireland, for example, high suicide rates, significantly lower life expectancy and a high limit of the long days are caused by tobacco diseases lost long-term. Illnesses or disabilities These health inequalities are not inevitable or unchangeable, and are developed and implemented measures to reduce them. . Continue reading BMA Northern Ireland Chairman Dr Paul Darragh said Doctors are all too aware of in February 2010.

Meeting in Orlando.

A research article describing the discovery in the first issue of the journal Cancer Discovery appears today Coussens also presenting the results at the American Association for Cancer Research. Meeting in Orlando, FL this week.

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The study in in the February issue of the journal Hypertension.

Gutterman, Northwestern Mutual Professor of Cardiology, Professor of Medicine and Physiology, and Senior Associate Dean of Research at the Medical College. Shane Phillips, a former Cardiology faculty member at the Medical School, and now assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Illinois Chicago, was the lead author. – Public awareness of the ‘obesity epidemic ‘in various in various dietary weight loss strategies. In America, it is estimated that 45 % of women and 30 % of men diet to lose weight. Low-carb nutrient – specific effects of these diets on cardiovascular health are largely unknown,’says Dr. Gutterman. ‘Low – carb diets are significantly higher in total grams of fat, protein, cholesterol and saturated fat than low-fat diets While a low-carb diet weight loss and improvement in blood pressure can result, like a low-fat diet, the higher fat content.

For a period of six weeks, low fat diets found reduced flow – dilation in the arm artery on the on the low-carb diet. Reduced flow-mediated dilation in in this study, is an early indicator of cardiovascular disease. On the other hand, improved flow – mediated dilation significantly properties participants on the low-fat diet what. To a healthier artery which is less prone to developing atherosclerosis ‘We are reduction brachial artery flow – dilation after six weeks of weight loss on a low-carb, Atkins style diet have observed,’says Gutterman. Continue reading The study in in the February issue of the journal Hypertension.