June 13, 2011
Few Anesthesiologists Monitor Key Heart Signal
During high-risk surgery,
only about one-third of anesthesiologists measure oxygen flow
throughout their patient's body, even though this heart function
can significantly affect recovery, according to a new survey.
When Wives Can't Sleep, Marriage May Suffer
When wives can't fall
asleep, that tends to trigger marital tensions the next day, a new
study suggests, whereas the sleep issues of husbands barely impact
Scientists Identify Genes Linked to Migraines
Researchers have identified
three genes linked to migraine headache and found that people who
inherit any one of these genes have a 10 to 15 percent greater risk
for the condition.
Could a Diet Help Prevent Alzheimer's?
The low-fat, low-glycemic
diet often promoted for general health and well-being may lower the
risk of developing Alzheimer's disease if adopted early in life,