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Study measures normal hair loss in men

18 Jul 2008 – General
A standardised 60-second hair count is a reliable method when assessing hair shedding, according to an article released on June 16, 2008 in the Archives of Dermatology, one of the … – more

Research program aims to improve severe trauma survival rates

16 Jul 2008 – General
A method of resuscitation for victims of severe traumatic injury will be the subject of a clinical trial to be undertaken by a team of Orange County emergency care providers. – more

6 of every 100 patients die in hospital due to adverse drug reaction

14 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
UGR News Six of every 100 patients who die in hospital do so as a consequence of an adverse drug reaction or, in other words, a fatal reaction to medicines. Those are the conclusions of a research … – more

Much can be gleaned from reaction to baby’s smile

14 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
The baby’s smile that gladdens a mother’s heart also lights up the reward centres of her brain, said Baylor College of Medicine researchers in a report that appears in the journal Pediatrics … – more

Hand washing saves newborn lives

14 Jul 2008 – Effective Mens Health Treatments
Washing hands with soap and water in preparation for delivery significantly reduced the risk of death for infants within the first month of life, according to a study in Nepal conducted by … – more

Newborn vitamin a reduces infant mortality

14 Jul 2008 – Effective Mens Health Treatments
A single, oral dose of vitamin A, given to infants shortly after birth in the developing world can reduce their risk of death by 15 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Johns … – more

Political borders, health-care issues complicate pandemic planning

12 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
Panic, staffing issues and geographic boundaries are some of the challenges that public health experts need to address as they plan for a possible influenza pandemic, according to a new report from … – more

Gender differences and heart disease

12 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
Women may respond less favourably than men to cardiovascular disease (CV) drug-treatments for enlarged heart, according to New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center … – more

What works to prevent HIV among heterosexual African Americans?

11 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
Behavioural HIV prevention interventions targeting heterosexual African Americans that are proven to work require several key characteristics, according to UCSF researchers. – more

Australians must look to family history for type 2 diabetes risk

11 Jul 2008 – Hot Mens Health Topics
A new national survey released today reveals that 75 per cent of Australians do not know that family history is a risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. The Jones Donald survey also found that … – more

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