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May 06, 2014

Do University Students Gain Weight as They Approach Graduation?

U.S. University students either do not gain weight or do not maintain gained weight throughout their college years, supporting the theory that overweight school leavers entering university remain at that level.

May 06, 2014

Snacking Contributes to Fatty Liver and Abdominal Obesity

Researchers from The Netherlands found that snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods was independently associated with abdominal fat and fatty liver (hepatic steatosis).   According to the study published in Hepatology, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, hypercaloric diet with frequent meals increases intrahepatic triglyceride content (IHTG) and fat around the waist, but increasing meal size did not. 

12:00 AM EDT May 05, 2014

Low Testosterone Levels May Indicate Worsening of Disease for Men with Low-Risk Prostate Cancer

For men with low-risk prostate cancer, low levels of testosterone may indicate a worsening of their disease.

May 01, 2014

Wiley Launches First Open Access Journal to Support Pre-Clinical Systematic Reviews

Evidence Based Preclinical Medicine Helpdesk Guides Researchers Through Review Process

12:00 AM EDT April 29, 2014

Managing Surgical Patients Who are Taking New Drugs that Prevent Blood Clots

New oral anticoagulant drugs that treat and prevent clots offer a much-needed alternative to warfarin, which has been used for more than 6 decades and has serious shortcomings. A new article published in BJS (British Journal of Surgery) gives an overview of the major clinical trials and recommendations related to these new agents.

7:00 PM EDT April 28, 2014

Stem Cell Therapies Look Promising For Heart Disease

Stem cell therapies work as a complement to standard treatments, potentially cutting the number of deaths after a year, suggests evidence from the latest Cochrane review: Stem cell therapy for chronic ischaemic heart disease and congestive heart failure. Taking stem cells from a patient’s bone marrow and injecting them into their damaged heart may be an effective way to treat heart disease.

12:00 AM EDT April 28, 2014

Receiving Chemotherapy after a Breast Cancer Diagnosis May Affect a Patient’s Long-Term Employment

A new study has found that loss of paid employment after a diagnosis of early-stage breast cancer may be common and potentially related to the type of treatment patients received.

12:00 AM EDT April 28, 2014

Studies Offer Insight on How to Improve Kidney and Liver Transplantation

The quality of kidney and liver donations is fundamentally important for the longevity of transplants and the health of recipients.

April 23, 2014

Understanding Common Health Concerns for Older Women

Leading Nursing Journal Examines Health Conditions Women Experience While Aging, Including Osteoporosis, Menopause-Related Issues, and Adverse Medication Reactions

April 22, 2014

Adrenal Fatigue For Dummies

Expert advice to take the mystery out of treating and living with adrenal fatigue

12:00 AM EDT April 17, 2014

Sprifermin Offers Benefit for Cartilage Loss from Knee Osteoarthritis

Results published in Arthritis & Rheumatology, a journal of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR), showed that sprifermin dosed at 100µg reduced loss of cartilage thickness and volume in the total femorotibial joint and in the lateral knee compartment (outside of the knee).

April 14, 2014

Wiley Partners with Mount Sinai Experts to Launch Medical Handbooks

Six Mount Sinai Expert Guides use apps and digital content to support a new generation of physicians

12:00 AM EDT April 14, 2014

Chemotherapy Before or After Surgery for High-Risk Bladder Cancer Improves Survival, but is Not Routinely Administered

Clinical trials have shown that survival is improved in patients with muscle-invasive bladder cancer who are given chemotherapy before surgery.

12:00 AM EDT April 14, 2014

New Clinical Definition for Epilepsy Improves Diagnosis Accuracy

An expert task force has created a new definition for epilepsy that refines the scope of patients diagnosed with this brain disease. The study published in Epilepsia, a journal published by Wiley on behalf of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE), provides a greater level of detail to diagnose epilepsy by including individuals with two unprovoked seizures, and those with one unprovoked seizure and other factors that increase risk of seizure recurrence.

5:00 PM EDT April 10, 2014

Abstention from alcohol has increased sharply among Australian adolescents

A broad change in drinking behaviour has occurred among Australian adolescents in the last decade.  The percentage of Australians aged 14-17 who do not drink alcohol has increased from almost 33% in 2001 to over 50% in 2010.  This trend has occurred broadly across a wide range of regional, socio-economic, and demographic subgroups.

April 09, 2014

Planning For Long-Term Care For Dummies

Expert advice on planning for your own or a relative’s future care needs

April 07, 2014

Humor Can Helps Penile Cancer Patients Cope, Study Shows

Humor can help men undergoing treatment for penile cancer to stay positive while helping health professionals to build rapport with patients, reports research published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing.

April 07, 2014

Primatologists Defend use of Primates as Models for Medical Research

Writing in the American Journal of Primatology, medical researchers argue that continued research with primates is needed

April 07, 2014

Research Finds Link Between Statins and a Reduced Risk of Dementia

New research in the European Journal of Neurology discovered a link between statin, an oral lipid-lowering drug, and reduced risk of dementia.

April 07, 2014

Yoga Can Reduce Symptoms of PTSD, Study Shows

 In a study by the Journal of Traumatic Stress, results show that women who adopt yoga may experience less symptoms of PTSD.