Family CV history indicates intensive treatment need for hypertensive patients -
The world's most widespread test for ovarian cancer reports false-positives in 94 of 100 diagnosed cases. Now, chemists at the University of Copenhagen working with clinical researchers at University College London have developed a method able to halve the number of false-positives. When fully developed, the new test will spare a significant number of women from unnecessary worry and further testing. Furthermore, global health care providers stand to save substantial sums - just by including a test on a certain sugar molecule in tandem with the currently prevailing diagnostic test.
Women with 'healthiest' pregnancy diet have lower risk of preterm delivery -
Among possible ways to resolve the continuing issues, state officials are contemplating the possibility of buying or leasing technology from states where the online insurance marketplace is working. They also are considering scrapping the current website and starting over. News outlets also track developments in Maryland, California and Illinois.
Nerve growth factor may be dynamic marker of OAB pathophysiology -
Sleep disturbances are an important risk factor for suicide, say researchers, who found that disturbed sleep contributed more to the risk than mental health disorders in a Japanese population.
Majority of Latinas unaware of diabetes risk -
Recent years have seen exciting progress in key areas of research on autism spectrum disorders (ASD): from possible genetic causes, to effective treatments for common symptoms and clinical problems, to promoting success for young people with ASD entering college. Updates on these and other advances in ASD research are presented in the March special issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry.
Sleep apnoea may be risk factor for pneumonia -
Two minimally invasive surgical procedures for female urinary incontinence offer similar long-term cure rates and high levels of patient satisfaction, follow-up of clinical trial participants has found.