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- Common Misdiagnosis: Most Women Believe They Have A Yeast Infection When They Don’t
Most women who think they have a vaginal yeast infection are wrong and may be doing more harm than good in treating their problem, says a Saint Louis University researcher who presented her findings recently.
- New Therapy Could Preserve Vessel Function After Heart Attack
Scientists have identified the process that causes blood vessels to constrict during and after a heart attack. They’ve also demonstrated that delivering a vital molecule that is depleted during this process directly to those blood vessels can reverse damage and help restore blood flow.
- Faster-Acting Anti-Depressants Discovered
Studies with rats have revealed the potential in an entirely new class of antidepressants that take effect after only days of treatment versus the weeks required for current drugs.
- Soy Isoflavone Genistin May Reduce A Baby’s Susceptibility To Rotavirus Infections
The soy isoflavone genistin – at concentrations present in soy infant formula – may reduce a baby’s susceptibility to rotavirus infections by as much as 74 percent, according to a University of Illinois study published in September’s Journal of Nutrition.
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