Month: April 2019

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Non-smokers who develop lung cancer are hugely disadvantaged, says PHE

Patients who don’t smoke are because of air contamination, warns PHE. These patients diagnosed and are often overlooked late, with bad outcomes.

Regaining normal sexual functioning is 'rare' after prostate operations

Regaining erectile function is rare following the most common prostate operation prostatectomy, new research indicates.

Nusinersen Shows Benefit in Older Kids With SMA

(MedPage Today) — Motor function remained stable or improved with treatment over 3 years

Peanut OIT Anaphylaxis Risk Higher Than Placebo, Avoidance

(MedPage Today) — Meta-analysis Reveals 3-fold Increased Danger with oral Treatment

It's OK to indulge once in a while, study suggests: The body adapts to occasional short-term overeating

Overeating has been proven to impair blood sugar (glucose) control and insulin levels. A new study suggests that the length of a bout of overeating may affect the way the body adjusts glucose and insulin processing when consumption increases.

Changes from head injuries associated with increases in youth offending

(Crime and Justice Research Alliance) A new longitudinal research looked at the effect on criminal persistence of head injuries, which have been associated with increased levels of offending, among adolescents and early adults. It found that changes in people with head injuries were associated with gains in self-reported offending, also with offending in particular.

How eating feeds into the body clock

A new study identifies glucose as a primary signal that can help communicate the time of meals into the mobile clocks commonly called the clock.

Comfort food leads to more weight gain during stress

Researchers have discovered a new pathway from the brain that triggers weight gain in times of stress.

When Doctors Are Bad Conversationalists

(MedPage Today) — Don’t stifle the flow with patients,” says Christopher Johnson, MD

Injections, exercise promote muscle regrowth after atrophy in mice

Researchers say they are able to help restore muscle mass by injecting cells which support blood vessel growth into muscles drained by inactivity.