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Irradiation and stem cells used in new treatment …
March 7, 2012 – 7:33 pm | No Comments
Irradiation and stem cells used in new treatment …

Irradiation and stem cells used in new treatment to enable kidney recipients to forego immunosuppressant drugs With a novel approach that creates a more-accepting immune system, Stanford School of Medicine physicians have pioneered a technique that frees kidney-transplant recipients from a life on anti-rejection drugs. Unlike the standard care after such a transplant, the Stanford doctors irradiate [...]

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Study shows chronic stress in adolescence may impair memory
March 7, 2012 – 7:21 pm | No Comments
Study shows chronic stress in adolescence may impair memory

Study shows chronic stress in adolescence may impair memory As many of us have experienced, chronic stress can take a toll on your emotions and ability to think clearly. Now findings published in Neuronoffer new insights into how chronic stress may affect the brain during adolescence and adulthood. In the study (subscription required), University of Buffalo researchers analyzed [...]

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New NIH series offers consumer-friendly tips on complementary health practices
March 6, 2012 – 7:13 pm | No Comments
New NIH series offers consumer-friendly tips on complementary health practices

New NIH series offers consumer-friendly tips on complementary health practices Previous research has found that Americans’ use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is on the rise. In responding to the growing popularity of such treatments and therapies, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has launched a new series of monthly health tips to provide consumers with easy-to-read information [...]

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Ask Stanford Med: Neuroscientist responds to questions on pain and love’s analgesic effects
March 5, 2012 – 7:38 pm | No Comments
Ask Stanford Med: Neuroscientist responds to questions on pain and love’s analgesic effects

Ask Stanford Med: Neuroscientist responds to questions on pain and love’s analgesic effects Stanford neuroscientist Sean Mackey, MD, PhD, recently took questions about pain research and the analgesic effects of love as part of our ongoing Ask Stanford Med feature. Mackey began his responses with a message for everyone who submitted questions: “I would like to first complement the [...]

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How cutting the walking time to a water source can reduce childhood mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
March 5, 2012 – 6:29 pm | No Comments
How cutting the walking time to a water source can reduce childhood mortality in sub-Saharan Africa

How cutting the walking time to a water source can reduce childhood mortality in sub-Saharan Africa Reducing the amount of time families spend fetching water can improve the health of young children in sub-Saharan Africa, according a recent Stanford study. Over a third of the world’s population doesn’t have potable water piped into the home, but [...]

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Stanford chair of otolaryngology discusses federal court’s ruling on graphic cigarette labels
March 2, 2012 – 5:51 pm | No Comments
Stanford chair of otolaryngology discusses federal court’s ruling on graphic cigarette labels

Stanford chair of otolaryngology discusses federal court’s ruling on graphic cigarette labels Earlier this week, a federal judge declared unconstitutional new rules that would have required tobacco companies to display graphic images on packs of cigarettes. At issue were regulations published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration last year mandating tobacco companies affix large warning labels to cigarette packages, cartons [...]

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Study shows seniors sleep better than younger adults
March 2, 2012 – 4:41 pm | No Comments
Study shows seniors sleep better than younger adults

Study shows seniors sleep better than younger adults The belief that sleep gets more difficult as we age may be false, according to findings recently published in the journal SLEEP. In the study (subscription required), University of Pennsylvania researchers examined data from the 2006 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, in which 155,877 participants from around the United States were [...]

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Breastfeeding: “Not only a lifestyle choice”
March 1, 2012 – 8:03 pm | No Comments
Breastfeeding: “Not only a lifestyle choice”

Breastfeeding: “Not only a lifestyle choice” Given my history of writing about – and my passion for - this issue, I couldn’t let more time go by without flagging a recent Time Healthland piece on the health benefits of breastfeeding. In the article Bonnie Rochman highlights a “quietly worded statement” in which the American Academy of Pediatrics earlier this week called breastfeeding a “public [...]

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Web-based therapy may be effective in treating chronic fatigue syndrome among teens
March 1, 2012 – 6:11 pm | No Comments
Web-based therapy may be effective in treating chronic fatigue syndrome among teens

Web-based therapy may be effective in treating chronic fatigue syndrome among teens   Online therapy could be an effective new tool for treating teens with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), according to findings published today in the Lancet. In the study (subscription required), Dutch researchers assigned 135 teens, who had CFS symptoms for nearly two years, to receive Internet-based behavioral therapy, [...]

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Drug offers relief for symptoms of myelofibrosis, according to multisite study including Stanford
February 29, 2012 – 8:11 pm | No Comments
Drug offers relief for symptoms of myelofibrosis, according to multisite study including Stanford

Drug offers relief for symptoms of myelofibrosis, according to multisite study including Stanford Jason Gotlib People with a blood cancer — myelofibrosis — can benefit from a drug called ruxolitinib, according to a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial that included patients and researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine. The results of the multi-site phase-3 [...]

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