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UGenRA - Genitourinary cancer array

UGenRA is a CGI custom-designed oligonucleotide array designed to detect gains and losses of genomic material in endometrial, ovarian, and cervical cancers. Endometrial hyperplasia is a precursor le...


Nutraceuticals are food products with added nutritional and health benefits. They include fortified foods and can have added nutrients or compounds that aid weight-loss. It is a booming market area....

Vitamin E Deficiency

Frank vitamin E deficiency is rare and overt deficiency symptoms have not been found in healthy people who obtain little vitamin E from their diets. Premature babies of very low birth weight (<1,...

Abiraterone Acetate - Zytiga

On April 28, 2011, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Zytiga (abiraterone acetate), for use in combination with prednisone for the second-line treatment of castration-resistant prost...

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Weight Gain Between Pregnancies May Affect Infant Survival

THURSDAY, Dec. 3, 2015 -- Weight gain after a first pregnancy might raise the risk of infant death and stillbirth in a second pregnancy, a new study suggests. In mothers who were previously a healthy ...

Menopause weight gain: Stop the middle age spread

Concerned about menopause weight gain? Take control of your weight with healthy lifestyle choices - starting today!

Weight gain in rural women—what to do and how to prevent it

On average, Australian women gain about one kilo in weight every year, so a 20 year old woman has a high risk of becoming obese before she reaches 50. This weight gain can be even greater in women in ...

Risperidone: Increased Appetite, Weight Gain in Children Treated for Autism

The drug risperidone has been successful in reducing serious behavioral problems in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but researchers have discovered that increased appetite, followed by w...

Self-regulation strategies reduce weight gain in young adults

Young adults taught self-regulation strategies focused on large- or small-change interventions for weight maintenance were more successful at preventing weight gain than their peers, according to stud...

Weight gain through plasticisers

Plasticisers such as phthalates are always found in plastics. They can get into our bodies through the skin or by the diet. They affect our hormone system and are suspected of having an influence on o...

Weight Gain, Libido Loss: Hormonal Contraceptive Side Effects?

Implant users perceived weight gain despite objectively stable weight; DMPA, vaginal ring, and implant were associated with loss of libido.

Weight gain between pregnancies linked to increased risk of stillbirth and infant death

Mothers of healthy weight during their first pregnancy who gain even a moderate amount of weight (around 6 kg in a woman of average height) between their first and second pregnancies increase the risk...

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Preventing Weight Gain in Women in Rural Communities: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial.

Obesity is reaching epidemic proportions in both developed and developing countries. Even modest weight gain increases the risk for chronic illness, yet evidence-based interventions to prevent weight ...

Innovative Self-Regulation Strategies to Reduce Weight Gain in Young Adults: The Study of Novel Approaches to Weight Gain Prevention (SNAP) Randomized Clinical Trial.

Weight gain occurs commonly in young adults and has adverse effects on health.

Continuation of gradual weight gain necessary for the onset of puberty may be responsible for obesity later in life.

A continuation of the gradual weight gain necessary for the onset of puberty may be responsible for obesity later in life. Hypothetically, a group of brain nuclei form components of a single pubertal ...

Routine weighing to reduce excessive antenatal weight gain: a randomised controlled trial.

To assess whether routinely weighing women at each antenatal visit leads to a difference in gestational weight gain and weight gain within the Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommendation.

Genetic causal attributions for weight status and weight loss during a behavioral weight gain prevention intervention.

Emerging evidence suggests that attributing one's weight to genetics may contribute to the adoption of obesogenic behaviors. We investigated whether weight-related genetic attributions were associated...

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