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November 2006 (Medialink) - Doggie breath might be a sign of a serious health problem. Veterinarians say bad breath could indicate dental disease, which could lead to tooth loss down the road. The sad fact is that by the time they're three years old, most dogs (about 85%) already have some form of tooth and gum disease. But, there is good news. A canine vaccine is now available which aids in the prevention of periodontitis, or tooth and gum disease. The breakthrough vaccine, called Porphyromonas, is the first and only one of its kind. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has granted a conditional license, which means the product has met the requirements for purity, safety and a reasonable expectation of efficacy. Produced for Pfizer Animal Health
9 Jan 2007
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Larenz Tate discusses Black History Month and the importance of sickle cell disease and iron overload awareness. You can learn more about these conditions at Asklarenzaboutiron****.
14 Feb 2007
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Anti Disease
16 Apr 2007
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Play the exhilarating new game show that everyone is talking about! Each contestant is either high on drugs OR suffering from a disease, and it's up to you, the viewer, to decide! How much more fun could it get? Best of luck!
26 Apr 2007
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Alzheimer's Disease Research (ADR) has granted two Centennial Awards of one million dollars each to Dr. Bradley T. Hyman of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and Dr. Donald F. Weaver of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The researchers were chosen through a competitive peer review process that began in 2006, marking 100 years since Dr. Alois Alzheimer described this disease. ADR's Centennial Awards will foster innovative, multidisciplinary research, aimed at slowing or reversing the progression of, and ultimately preventing, this devastating brain disorder.
3 May 2007
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It's estimated that heart disease kills one American every 34 seconds, making cardiovascular disease the number one killer in the United States. One of the best ways to stem the tide, according to physicians, is to diagnose heart problems - and intervene - early on. Now, new advances in molecular imaging technologies are allowing you to do just that. The Biograph 64 from Siemens combines the anatomical info from CT with the functional information from PET technology. PET and/or CT technologies are rarely used in the ER environment, so this application is fairly unique. Using this technology, treating physicians can view incredibly detailed images of the heart and surrounding tissues - enabling them to detect early signs of heart disease that in the past, were only obtainable with invasive procedures. The result: less than an hour after a patient enters the ER with chest pains, physicians can begin to provide personalized treatment, whether it means prescribing medication, or suggesting lifestyle changes that can help reverse heart disease. In hospitals without this technology, patients with chest pain are generally admitted to hospitals for 24 hours of observation -- then often times, released with a clean bill of health - only to return months, even days later, suffering from a full blown heart attack. Produced for Siemens
17 May 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinon**** with health information on coronary heart disease
24 Jul 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on heart disease.
24 Jul 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on heart disease.
24 Jul 2007
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A new public survey released by the American Academy of Ophthalmology finds that few Americans believe they are at risk for eye disease. Yet more than half of all Americans will have some form of eye disease as they get older.
6 Aug 2007
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knowing mesothelioma disease
21 Oct 2007
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Celiac Disease finally gets some exposure on The View *******www.theglutenfreefoodlist****
17 Dec 2007
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