Acceptable Risk

Acceptable Risk

Robin Cook has always been on the cutting edge of the latest medical controversies. In Acceptable Risk, he confronts one of the most provocative issues of our time: personality-altering drugs and the complex moral questions they raise. Neuroscientist Edward Armstrong has managed to isolate a psychotropic drug with a strange and dark history–one that may […]

60 DELICIOUS DASH DIET RECIPES: Scrumptious Recipes To Lower Blood Pressure, Lose Weight and Reduce The Risk of Diabetes

60 DELICIOUS DASH DIET RECIPES: Scrumptious Recipes To Lower Blood Pressure, Lose Weight and Reduce The Risk of Diabetes

Many people are turning to the DASH DIET because of the various benefits that it provides. Besides being voted better than other existing diets, it can: * Be followed easily no matter where you are* Help you to lose weight* Reduce your blood pressure and consequently lower the risk of associated ailments like heart attack and […]

Adjunctive Human Papillomavirus DNA Testing is a Useful Option in Some Clinical Settings for Disease Risk Assessment and Triage of Females with ASC-H Papanicolaou Test Results (Original Articles)

Adjunctive Human Papillomavirus DNA Testing is a Useful Option in Some Clinical Settings for Disease Risk Assessment and Triage of Females with ASC-H Papanicolaou Test Results (Original Articles)

The abnormal Papanicolaou (Pap) test result category atypical squamous cells, cannot exclude high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (ASC-H), is a relatively recently recognized subcategory of atypical squamous cells (ASCs) formally introduced in the 2001 Bethesda System (TBS2001). (1) ASC-H Pap tests include a spectrum of abnormal cytomorphologic changes with features suggestive of a high-grade squamous intraepithelial […]

Association of Changes in Oxidative and Proinflammatory States with Changes in Vascular Function After a Lifestyle Modification Trial Among Obese Children (Lipids, Lipoproteins, And Cardiovascular Risk Factors)

Association of Changes in Oxidative and Proinflammatory States with Changes in Vascular Function After a Lifestyle Modification Trial Among Obese Children (Lipids, Lipoproteins, And Cardiovascular Risk Factors)

The prevalence of childhood obesity and its consequences are increasing rapidly in low- and middle-income countries (1). It is well documented that childhood obesity tracks into adulthood. Of special concern are the cardiometabolic consequences of obesity, especially hypertension, dyslipidemia, and impaired glucose metabolism, that are already present in young children of different ethnicities (2, 3). […]

Can Alzheimer's Or Vascular Dementia be Prevented with Control of Vascular Risk Factors?(Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Report)

Can Alzheimer’s Or Vascular Dementia be Prevented with Control of Vascular Risk Factors?(Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Report)

Introduction, History, and Epidemiology In the United States over 5 million people, 13% of individuals over 70, are estimated to be affected by Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and related dementias, now recognized to be the 6th leading cause of death in the overall population. (1,2) Epidemiological studies in the U.S. and other countries indicate that among […]