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BY LIZ REED You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy Dentists and doctors are warning -- think twice before gettin’ down. A new study suggests oral sex is the leading cause of oral cancer in non-smoking men in the U.S.. But how does sex lead to cancer? It’s a nasty sexually transmitted virus called HPV. Right now, about 20 million Americans have HPV, but because many never see symptoms, many don’t know they have it. KDSK breaks it down: Repoter: “When an HPV infection doesn't clear, or you're exposed multiple times by multiple partners, some people will go on to develop genital warts, or even cancer. Doctor: "The more times you are exposed, the greater the chance that you may develop cancer, just from a probability statement." KOIN identifies teen sexual attitudes as the source of the rapid spread. One dentist tells them if society doesn’t change, we’ll be dealing with a pandemic. Reporter: “Many teenagers who engage in oral sex don’t consider it to be real sex and view it as more casual. Dr. Oh says if that doesn’t change it might lead to a HPV epidemic and more cases of oral cancer.” Dentist: “80% of the population will eventually have HPV which is very scary to think about.” Dentist News Network reveals the biggest threat facing oral cancer patients are the dentists. Those who only perform selective cancer screenings based on common risk factors like age and genetics don’t realize the HPV threat. “Unfortunately, pre-screening still occurs in many dental offices because professionals are unaware of the new risk factor, HPV. And although it was reasonable in the past to pre-screen based on common risk factors, HPV now debunks this concept since HPV causes cancer in individuals that do not have the traditional risk factors. Everyone is at risk.” But if HPV vaccines have been approved since 2006, why wasn’t there a bigger push to get teens vaccinated? A contributor for AOL scrutinizes the manufactures’ one-sided view of the issue: “The massive push to vaccinate girls and women between the ages of 11 and 26 against HPV should have included boys and men from the beginning... But at the time [the vaccine] was licensed, there wasn't such an awareness about head or oral cancers or a willingness to accept that males played a part in the transmission of the virus.” According to the Center for Disease Control, only half of people who've been diagnosed with oral cancer will live longer than five years. (Source: Times of India) Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
23 Apr 2011
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BY KRISTEN BRODY You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy. Move over, Viagra -- A new erection-enhancing condom developed for Durex could boost performance in the bedroom. Researchers at a biotech firm in the United Kingdom developed the condom, which contains a gel to increase blood flow -- helping men maintain a firmer erection for longer. (Video Source: YouTube) CBS News reporter David Freeman writes some are calling CSD500 the Viagra of condoms -- posing a potential threat to sales of other condoms on the market. But Freeman focused more on the possible health effects than the sales impact. “Dr. Irwin Goldstein told CBS News...they will have to be proven to be safe and effective compared to oral PDE 5 inhibitors, a reference to Viagra and similar medications for erectile dysfunction. And it would be important to make sure that the drug does not pass from the condom to the woman." The Wall Street Journal is one step ahead of CBS--reporting the condom developers found a way for the drug-infused lubricant to only affect the condom wearer. And that’s not the only aspect of this condom Katherine Hobson set straight. “The product has been compared to Pfizer’s Viagra in condom form; that’s not exactly accurate, since it’s intended not for men with erectile dysfunction in general, but those who specifically have difficulties keeping an erection when using a condom.” But Portfolio**** didn’t waste time talking to doctors or medical experts... its blogger went straight to THE expert, condum guro Adam Glickman of CONDOMania. Glickman discussed what he says would be the real triumph of CSD500 -- getting more people to use condoms. (Video Source: YouTube) “The bottom line is protection, said Glickman...Such an innovation as the one under consideration could only help in that quest. At the end of the day, I am not how much that ‘drug’ will actually enhance sexual performance...What's important is that it is one more step in the process to 'normalize' condoms.” If approved by European regulators, CSD500 will hit shelves at the end of the year. As of now there is no official report on whether the new condom will come to the United States. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Apr 2011
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BY LIZ REED ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy. In case you didn’t hear, smoking was so 20th Century -- Electronic cigarettes and “vaping” are projected to dominate the market now that the FDA can only monitor them as tobacco products. A federal appeals courts struck down the FDA’s plan to regulate e-cigs as a “drug,” which would’ve forced the manufacturers to prove they are safe. Without this restriction, companies can market e-cigarettes as the healthy smoking alternative. The Sun Sentinel says with this new freedom for E-Cig companies, come a few risks: “E-cigarette users inhale a liquid nicotine mix derived from tobacco. Makers say they’re safer than regular cigarettes but the FDA says many of the brands tested had a carcinogen found in real cigarettes and a poisonous ingredient found in anti-freeze.” E-cigarettes contain a battery that heats up the nicotine inside so users inhale vapor instead of tar or ash. While Tobacco Free campaigns are worried about the marketing impact on kids, a WFLD health correspondent thinks their concerns aren’t realistic, based on economic impact. “One downside, or rather, one that might discourage kids, is that the start up pack costs about $70 so that might be a block for kids starting to smoke but that is a concern.” But some cities like San Francisco are taking the matter into their own hands by voting on public bans. An e-cig company rep told WLS that a ban is quote, “ignorant” because the product isn’t dangerous. Rep: "To have a product and ban a product you have to show cause, you have to show at one point in time that this product has harmed someone.” Reporter: “Story says the ingredients in the cigarettes are all FDA approved. They do not emit harmful second hand smoke and they can be used in public places like restaurants without bothering anyone else.” But Reason**** points out that the FDA still has a lot of control over the sale of e-cigarettes, despite lower health risks. The agency could find a loophole in whether the product would "significantly reduce harm and the risk of tobacco-related disease to individual tobacco users." “If, for example, a new cigarette is half as hazardous as existing cigarettes but the FDA thinks that fact will encourage every American to start smoking, it might decide that the net result of allowing the product on the market will be more smoking-related disease... it is exceedingly hard to argue that e-cigarettes fail this collectivist calculus. But that does not mean the FDA won't try." Experts project the FDA will decide how to regulate e-cigs within the next 18 months. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
3 May 2011
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BY LIZ REED ANCHOR JESSICA HORD You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy. The FDA recently announced it will crack down on “bogus” remedies for STDs. The agency sent warnings to manufacturers selling unproven, over-the-counter pills and supplements for STDs like herpes and HIV. Reporter: “Different non-prescription products: Medavir, Herpaflor, C-Cure--they have one thing in common: trying to get you to believe they can cure STDs without having to go into an exam room.” Health Rep: “These are products according to the FDA website that are being promoted illegally and irresponsibly.” (Video: KRDO) So, how have these products gotten away with the scam? Many have website statements that say “proven effective in several official university research studies.” But that just won’t cut it for the FDA, who released a video claiming these products do all harm and nothing good. “Some STD treatments that you can buy without a prescription have untested ingredients in them that could make you sicker while leaving your STD untreated.” ABC-affiliate WGNO points to cultural backlash as the reason for the popularity of online remedies. A label that promises a quick fix is much more alluring than what can seem like a sentencing from your doctor. "They're concerned about confidentiality because they know that if they have a sexually transmitted disease, it's going to be reported and become part of the public health record... Plus, they worry that their sexual partners will be notified. But Salon**** says it’s not rocket science--people just want to be loved, and if a product promises to make them more desirable, it’s not a surprise people are buying it. “Look, sex finds us at our most vulnerable. We want stronger libidos, better orgasms... superior performance... How many industries have been built on these fundamental desires? It should come as no surprise then that there's a market for unproven STD "cures," or that people are willing to abandon all reason in pursuit of a magic fix that will make them feel "normal" and lovable again.” Companies have 15 days to notify the FDA of steps they have taken to correct violations. Failure to do so could result in legal action. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in news feed. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy. Forget weight loss pills- how about a weight loss...virus? Researchers at John Hopkins injected rats with a virus that inhibits the neuropeptide Y protein, which controls hunger and appetite -- and the rodents began shedding pounds. And according to Dvice -- the weight loss benefit is only the beginning. “Rather than the usual build-up of white fat at the base of the tail, there were indicators that the rats were forming brown fat, which is much easier for the body to burn through than the stuff that usually builds up around our bellies.” But a writer for Tek-Bull is torn over the experiment. He thinks it has the potential to bea man-made disaster. “No more running or working out, just sit at home and watch your body shed those pounds away. Currently the virus is still under ‘testing’ and its unclear as to when it will be tested in humans, but I think I can see a little bit of I am Legend in this story.” According to Science Daily -the fact the white fat turned into brown fat is a breakthrough in weight-loss technology. “The finding could lead to better obesity treatments for humans, the scientists report... ‘Cells in brown fat, considered a ‘good fat’... contain many little droplets of lipid, each with its own power source, which enables heat generation.... it mostly disappears, as adults have very little of this calorie-burning tissue.’” So- bring on the virus? Or keep it in the rat cage? 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
10 May 2011
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BY EMILY SPAIN You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy. The “Freshman 15” - it’s a phrase that scares new college students into keeping a close eye on the scale. But is it really something freshman should fear? A new study says nope. Myth busted. KXAN reports the study claims the phrase should be more like the “Freshman 3”. “A new study from Ohio State and University of Michigan-Dearborn scientists discovered most college students don't gain that much weight in their first year. In fact, the researchers say the average freshman gains about three pounds over that school year about the same as people that age who don't go to college.” According to the study, the average college student doesn’t even gain 15 pounds in the entire four years on campus. A writer for The Wall Street Journal suggests a new name for the weight gain: “While there was no freshman 15, there was clearly what we’ll call a “college creep.” The study found the average female gains 8.9 pounds over her college career, while the average male’ ‘ gains 13.4 pounds.” So what causes the extra pounds in college? A blogger for the Village Voice notes some of what the study suggests... “Things that did make people gain weight were heavy drinking, eating a bunch of crap, working, and, actually, ‘becoming a young adult.’ So, basically, college won't make you fat, but life will. The Life 15. Fear it, we are all susceptible!” According to Time magazine, the study’s authors urge the media and colleges to drop the “Freshman 15” phrase so college students won’t stress so much over that extra slice of pizza. Transcript by Newsy.
8 Nov 2011
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On average, another person is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis every hour in the U.S. MS is a devastating disease that can slowly rob patients of everything from their sight to control of their muscles. Doctors aren’t sure what causes it, but they’re finding better ways to tame it. They’re placing electronic probes in the brain – and giving some desperate patients relief.
2 Aug 2007
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You may remember the Georgia man infected with tuberculosis who flew on a plane this summer and risked infecting hundreds of people. But did you know that worldwide, there are two billion people who are now infected with the bacteria that causes TB? What’s more, Ohio State University Medical Center scientists say that’s only one of many infectious diseases that could threaten us at any time. Here’s how they are preparing to fight back.
2 Aug 2007
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High school football practice gets underway in August all over the country. About one million students will suit up this fall. Now a new study from Columbus Children’s Hospital shows that by the time the season is over, there will be a half million injuries.
2 Aug 2007
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