Archive | May 2013

Patients like commercial programs for weight loss

(HealthDay)—Patients view being overweight in a nonmedical context, and the use of commercial providers to manage weight loss mirrors this perspective, according to research published in the May/June issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. http://healthmedicinet.com/i/patients-like-commercial-programs-for-weight-loss-13/

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Electron Microscopy Imaging Solves LED Efficiency Mystery

CFN’s Kim Kisslinger, seen here with a focused-ion lamp instrument, reduced a InGaN samples to a density of usually 20 nanometers to ready them for nucleus microscopy. (Credit: BNL)

Ending a long-time debate concerning a reason behind indium… http://healthmedicinet.com/i/electron-microscopy-imaging-solves-led-efficiency-mystery/

Patients like commercial programs for weight loss

(HealthDay)—Patients view being overweight in a nonmedical context, and the use of commercial providers to manage weight loss mirrors this perspective, according to research published in the May/June issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. http://healthmedicinet.com/i/patients-like-commercial-programs-for-weight-loss-12/

Patients like commercial programs for weight loss

(HealthDay)—Patients view being overweight in a nonmedical context, and the use of commercial providers to manage weight loss mirrors this perspective, according to research published in the May/June issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. http://healthmedicinet.com/i/patients-like-commercial-programs-for-weight-loss-11/

Patients like commercial programs for weight loss

(HealthDay)—Patients view being overweight in a nonmedical context, and the use of commercial providers to manage weight loss mirrors this perspective, according to research published in the May/June issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. http://healthmedicinet.com/i/patients-like-commercial-programs-for-weight-loss-10/

Exposure to general anaesthesia could increase the risk of dementia in elderly by 35 percent

Exposure to general anaesthesia increases the risk of dementia in the elderly by 35%, says new research presented at Euroanaesthesia, the annual congress of the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA). The research is by Dr Francois Sztark, INSERM…
http://healthmedicinet.com/i/exposure-to-general-anaesthesia-could-increase-the-risk-of-dementia-in-elderly-by-35-percent/

Patients like commercial programs for weight loss

(HealthDay)—Patients view being overweight in a nonmedical context, and the use of commercial providers to manage weight loss mirrors this perspective, according to research published in the May/June issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. http://healthmedicinet.com/i/patients-like-commercial-programs-for-weight-loss-9/