Monday, April 10, 2006

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Blasting of Kidney Stones Has Risks, Study Reports
The use of shock waves to pulverize kidney stones increases the risk for diabetes and high blood pressure.

When Worry Gets in the Way of Life
General anxiety disorder can be treated with drugs, therapy.

Cohabiting Is Bad For Women's Health, But Not Men's

Senate To Consider Bill With Higher Cap On Medical Malpractice Damages

First Different Black/white Mechanism In Pulmonary Fibrosis/scleroderma Identified

Panel Recommends Closely Watching Abnormal Cervical Cells, HPV As Treatment For Teens, Young Women

How A Faulty Gene Leads To Kidney Cancer May Pave Way For New Treatments To Block Kidney Cancer Growth

Multiple Sclerosis - New Rebif® Formulation Submitted In USA And Europe

Oral Chemotherapy Xeloda Shown To Be Effective In Stomach Cancer, Phase III Study

Severe Community-Acquired Pneumonia - Avelox(R) Monotherapy As Effective As High-Dose Levofloxacin And Ceftriaxone Combination Therapy

FTY720 For Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis - Phase II Data Shows Sustained Efficiency And Good Tolerability

Children With Active Crohn's Disease - FDA Grants Priority Review Of Remicade® (Infliximab)

Acute Multiple Migraine Benefits From Single Tablet Containing Sumatriptan Succinate And Naproxen Sodium

Highlights From The Journal Of The National Cancer Institute, April 2006

Highlights From The Journal Of Neuroscience, April 2006

New Study Establishes Criteria to Detect Ovarian Cancer Malignancy in Asymptomatic Postmenopausal Women

New Study Reports Increased Response to Therapy with no Added Toxicity in Treatment of Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Urinary Incontinence in Gynecology: A Review Article

Hair Loss in Women: More Than Meets the Eye

A Friend Indeed - Menopause & Mid-life Newsletter

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