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Long-Term Cell Phone Use Linked to Brain Tumor Risk

Long-Term Cell Phone Use Linked to Brain Tumor Risk.

Long-term use of both mobile and cordless phones is associated with an increased risk for glioma, the most common type of brain tumor, the latest research on the subject concludes.

The new study shows that the risk for glioma was tripled among those using a wireless phone for more than 25 years and that the risk was also greater for those who had started using mobile or cordless phones before age 20 years.

“Doctors should be very concerned by this and discuss precautions with their patients,” study author Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, professor, Department of Oncology, University Hospital, Örebro, Sweden, told Medscape Medical News.

Such precautions, he said, include using hands-free phones with the “loud speaker” feature and text messaging instead of phoning.

The study was published online October 28 in Pathophysiology.

 

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Home-Based Therapy Helps Older Adults With Depression, MCI

Home-Based Therapy Helps Older Adults With Depression, MCI.

A home-delivered problem-solving intervention reduces depression and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in homebound older adults, who often have few treatment options.

In a randomized controlled trial, problem adaptation therapy (PATH) proved more efficacious than supportive therapy for the cognitively impaired (ST-CI) in reducing depression and disability.

“Problem adaptation therapy was more efficacious than ST-CI in reducing depression and disability. Problem adaptation therapy may provide relief to a large group of depressed and cognitively impaired older adults who have few treatment options,” the authors, led by Dimitris N. Kiosses, PhD, of the Weill Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry in White Plains, New York, write.

The study was published online November 5 in JAMA Psychiatry.

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“You could receive care from three different hospitals and they would do things completely differently, from how they handle your specimen to the metrics they’re tracking,”

The Risks of Sendout Testing: A recent study, which included a novel survey on sendout practices, revealed wide interlab variations, inconsistencies. – CLN Stat.

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USPSTF Updates Diabetes Screening Recommendation: New guidance expands screening to all adults age 45 or older and other at-risk groups. – CLN Stat

USPSTF Updates Diabetes Screening Recommendation: New guidance expands screening to all adults age 45 or older and other at-risk groups. – CLN Stat.

0 comments on “Genetic Heterogeneity in Lung Cancer Tumors: New research adds important knowledge that could help understanding of best ways to identify, treat lung cancer. – CLN Stat”

Genetic Heterogeneity in Lung Cancer Tumors: New research adds important knowledge that could help understanding of best ways to identify, treat lung cancer. – CLN Stat

 

Genetic Heterogeneity in Lung Cancer Tumors: New research adds important knowledge that could help understanding of best ways to identify, treat lung cancer. – CLN Stat.

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Breast implants may cause cancer, says study

Source DNA news: http://www.dnaindia.com/health/report-breast-implants-may-cause-cancer-says-study-2024169 This not only affects the desirables to have the cosmetic affect for a seeker even the breast cancer survivors who may want to have a reconstruction for such reasons of cosmetology, should think twice before it si considered when it is a aggressive form of Breast Cancer (Tripple Negative type) and there may be a problem associated with radiation therapy. Side and location is also to be considered. All women should take this as a MUST MUST take home message!

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HIV May have a faster way to its killer vaccines

Source News: 9 Oct 2014: http://www.dnaindia.com/health/report-hiv-s-infection-tactics-could-guide-aids-vaccine-study-finds-2024585

New research that sheds light on the methods and machinery used by HIV to infect cells provides insight into the tricky virus that…

Scientist are working to contain this dreaded ailment which in itself is not an ailment, but a condition that would reduce the immunity of a person affected with the virus, such that he/she may contract any other external invasive virus attack in the shortest possible time of exposure!