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  • Mammogram may not detect tumors in 40-somethings

    Mammogram may not detect tumors in 40-somethings
    Scientists are reporting in a new study that mammography is not an effective screening tool for women in their 40s because a tumor and the patient's tissue appear to be the same color. Stanford University researchers reporting in the Journal of the...
  • Breast-feeding best for tiniest babies

    Breast-feeding best for tiniest babies
    Two weeks after her baby came into the world, Alicia Crews was still scared to hold her new daughter, Indira, against her breast. She was 1 pound, 3 ounces at birth — about the size of a newborn puppy. "She's so light, I couldn't feel her on me,"...
  • Things researchers find when looking for other things: What should they tell the test subject?

    Things researchers find when looking for other things: What should they tell the test subject?
    A new study finds that nearly 40% of high-tech imaging scans conducted in the course of research reveal an unexpected abnormality that could be medically worrisome. These unsought discoveries -- known as "incidental findings" --  confront researchers with...
  • Optimism can help, hinder patients

    Optimism can help, hinder patients
    In 2004, New York's Shelley Contin-Hubbs was diagnosed with the most advanced stage of breast cancer; two different doctors told her she could have as little as six months to live. Contin-Hubbs found a third physician, one who was as optimistic and...
  • New family therapy for anorexia

    New family therapy for anorexia
    MIAMI - When her parents told her that she had to eat her dinner, Holly Zimmerman burst into hysterical tears and screams. Then, after several hours, the once docile third-grader leaped from her seat and tried to stab them with a fork. "This is a...
  • Does a syringeful of sugar make newborns' pain go down?

    Does a syringeful of sugar make newborns' pain go down?
    What do Mary Poppins and neonatal doctors have in common? Both use sugar to ease medical unpleasantries. Sucrose has long been used as an analgesic for newborns; but now a study published online in the Lancet says that the sweetener has no effect on pain...
  • Ancestry Important to Medical History

    Ancestry Important to Medical History
    Doctors often ask patients to list their race—white, Latino, African American, Asian, Native American—to help them provide better healthcare. They do this because loads of medical research shows that the incidence of certain diseases and...
  • Clamping down on CT scans for kids

    Clamping down on CT scans for kids
    Ferdousi Dawood was worried. Her daughter's headaches were excruciating, and prescription medicines and natural remedies had failed to make a difference. Now, a doctor at Children's Memorial Hospital was recommending a CT scan to peer inside the 10-year-...
  • Help for families with cancer in their genes

    Help for families with cancer in their genes
    DETROIT - Nancy Hearshen worries much more about her daughter's future than her own chances of getting breast or ovarian cancer. Hearshen, 67, and her daughter, Rachel, 35, who live in Farmington Hills, Mich., carry a genetic mutation that...
  • Pop Warner to coaches on concussions: If in doubt, sit them out

         This weekend and next, pint-sized football players who have risen to the top of their youth leagues are striding heroically onto gridirons across the nation, playing out their own Super Bowl dreams. The scene may look pretty innocent. But growing...
  • Children and heart disease risk

    Children and heart disease risk
    Signs of heart disease — generally thought to be a disease of middle age — can be seen even in children, cardiologists now know. But risk factors in children and young adults run the risk of being undetected and untreated, largely because of...