Heart rate measures may help identify a person's future risk of diabetes, researchers have proposed.
Research is still preliminary, but implants demonstrating some success
Not as effective in women with high risk for obesity
But some people are using alternative tobacco products in addition to cigarettes
Lower mucosal levels of inflammatory cytokines on day 90 for patients receiving VSL3 versus placebo
Across five consecutive years increase in prevalence and sensitivity for curves of 20 degrees or more
No benefit for personalized education, risk assessment performed during ophthalmologic visits
Tolerable at doses of 0.6 and 1.2 mg; more adverse events with dose of 2.4 mg
Forty-four percent reduction in length of stay after implementation of improvement actions
A drug to treat stroke showed efficacy in treating middle-ear infections by suppressing mucus overproduction, improving bacterial clearance, and reducing hearing loss, researchers from the Georgia State University and University of Rochester reported.
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