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  01/24/2005 NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
NIAID begins enrolling volunteers for novel HIV vaccine study
- A large clinical trial of a novel HIV vaccine has begun enrolling volunteers at sites in North America, South America, the Caribbean and Australia. Organizers are seeking 1,500 participants.The trial is co-funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the pharmaceutical company Merck & Co. Inc.
  01/24/2005 Neurology, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Clinical
Cardiovascular risk factors in midlife strongly linked to risk of dementia
- High cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, and smoking have long been considered and treated as risk factors for cardiovascular disease. A new study has concluded that these same cardiovascular (CV) risk factors in middle age may also increase significantly the risk of dementia in old age. The study of nearly 9,000 northern Californians is published in the January 25 issue of Neurology.
  01/24/2005 AMNews (AMA), Jan. 31 vol. 48 no. 4 - Business
Robot rep latest tactic in generics push
- The dispensing machines are among the newest tools managed care firms are using to get doctors to steer patients toward medications that are less expensive.
  01/24/2005 AMNews (AMA), Jan. 31 vol. 48 no. 4 - Professional Issues
Liability premium shock is spreading, an AMNews exclusive survey shows
- But physicians in Texas and Mississippi say they're a little better off today than they were in 2001.
  01/24/2005 AMNews (AMA), Jan. 31 vol. 48 no. 4 - Health and Science
OTC statins vetoed again by FDA panels
- Several panelists recommend that the agency explore the intermediate approach of allowing pharmacists to supervise statin sales.
  01/24/2005 AMNews (AMA), Jan. 31 vol. 48 no. 4 - Clinical
Lowering CRP reduces second heart attack risk
- Statin drugs can lower cardiovascular disease risk by reducing inflammation as well as cholesterol levels.
  01/24/2005 Cancer, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Clinical
Obesity may affect accuracy of prostate screening
- Researchers say obesity is associated with lower prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels in men, making the screening test likely to produce unreliable results in this population.
  01/23/2005 American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) - Health and Science
Highlights from Fertility & Sterility, Vol. 83, No. 1, January 2005
- Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs Suppress Development Of Endometriosis In Mice; Egg Production Is Predictive Of IVF Patients' Likelihood Of Success And Should Be Considered Along With Age And Ovarian Reserve; A New Model For Predicting Patients' Risk For High-Order Multiple Pregnancy Can Help Reduce Its Incidence
  01/23/2005 Alzheimer Research Forum (ARF) - Health and Science
Photons Light up Neuronal Circuits, Pinpoint Single Cells
- Using two-photon microscopy, researchers at Harvard Medical School have peered into the brains of rats and cats to see real-time images...
  01/23/2005 Cochrane Library, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Clinical
Steroids increase death risk from traumatic head injury
- The common use of anti-inflammatory steroids for traumatic head injuries like those from car crashes may actually increase the risk of death, according to a new review of studies about the treatment.

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