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Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict. Part 3 of 3

Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict – Part 3 of 3

And “There was some heft loss, but it was transient”. Now a key question is, what is the right setting for the deep brain stimulation to animate lasting weight loss? 194 more words

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Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict. Part 2 of 3

Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict – Part 2 of 3

Research in animals has shown that electrical stimulation of a specific area of the brain – the lateral hypothalamic area – can spur weight loss even if calorie intake stays the same. 261 more words

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Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict. Part 1 of 3

Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict – Part 1 of 3

Excess Weight Is Not The Verdict. For the foremost time, researchers have shown that implanting electrodes in the brain’s “feeding center” can be safely done – in a bid to happen a new treatment option for severely obese people who fail to shed pounds even after weight-loss surgery. 266 more words

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1 in 3 FDA-approved Drugs May Lead to Death | AMA Journal

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A scathing post-market study on FDA-approved drugs conducted by some members of the American Medical Association has made it to the headlines. It concludes that almost “one-third of new drugs approved by U.S. 350 more words

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Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine. Part 3 of 3

Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine – Part 3 of 3

Currently, TXA is not generally used in emergency rooms to touch on trauma patients, but Roberts believes that this study could change that. 167 more words

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Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine. Part 2 of 3

Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine – Part 2 of 3

Among patients receiving TXA, the reproach of death from any cause was cut by 10 percent compared to patients receiving placebo, the researchers found. 156 more words

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Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine. Part 1 of 3

Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine – Part 1 of 3

Saving Lives With Hemostatic Medicine. A medicament commonly used to prevent excess bleeding in surgeries could keep thousands of people from bleeding to death after trauma, a imaginative study suggests. 166 more words

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