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Having a drink each day might help lower a middle-aged person's odds for heart failure

A Drink a Day May Keep Heart Failure at Bay

Highest risk seen for those who used to drink, but had stopped
Women who harbor the bacteria Helicobacter pylori may be less likely to develop multiple sclerosis

H. Pylori Tied to Lower Risk of Multiple Sclerosis in Women

Research suggests infection with H. pylori may be somewhat protective
For 8- to 11-year-olds

Bullying Linked to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Children

Vancouver Symptom Score linked to bullying victimization and perpetrator scores
Only about a quarter of Medicare beneficiaries fill a high-intensity statin prescription after discharge from hospitalization for a coronary heart disease event

Few Patients Fill High-Intensity Statin Rx After CHD Discharge

Twenty-seven percent of Medicare beneficiaries fill prescription for high-intensity statin
Many physicians report encountering barriers when referring cancer patients to specialty care

Physicians Hit Barriers in Making Cancer Referrals

Sixty percent of physicians report encountering any barrier to cancer specialty referrals
Patient satisfaction is high for shared medical appointments for preoperative consultation regarding Mohs micrographic surgery

Patients Satisfied With Shared Appointments Before Mohs Sx

High patient satisfaction for preoperative consultation for Mohs micrographic surgery
The adverse reproductive effects of 1

Vitamin B-12, Folate Mitigate Reproductive Effects of DDT

In women with vitamin B-12 deficiency, high DDT linked to lower incidence of clinical pregnancy

Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, Jan. 15-17

The 12th Annual Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium The American Society of Clinical Oncology's 12th annual Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium was held from Jan. 15 to...
Among women who initiate highly-active antiretroviral therapy during pregnancy

Viral Load at Delivery in ~13 Percent of Women Taking HAART

Detectable viral load linked to multiparity, black ethnicity, education, timing of HAART initiation
About one in five children and adolescents had adverse lipid concentrations

Dyslipidemia, High BP Prevalent Among U.S. Youth

About one in five had dyslipidemia; one in ten had high or borderline BP in 2011 to 2012