Archive: 04/16/2008

Naftidrofuryl can reduce leg pain

Patients with pain caused by narrowed arteries in their legs have 37% more pain-free walking if they take naftidrofuryl (200mg three times a day) than those taking placebos, a Cochrane Review has found. In addition, 55% of ...

Apr 16, 2008
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Delayed cord clamping

Should you clamp the umbilical cord within a minute of birth or wait two or three minutes?

Apr 16, 2008
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A potential sugar fix for tumors

Researchers at the Duke School of Medicine apparently have solved the riddle of why cancer cells like sugar so much, and it may be a mechanism that could lead to better cancer treatments.

Apr 16, 2008
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Exercise combats cancer-related fatigue

When cancer and its treatments leave a patient with a relentless weariness of body and mind, exercise might help, according to a new review of studies.

Apr 16, 2008
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