November 25, 2011
How to Extend Holiday Cheer
The sudden return to a
normal routine after weeks of holiday cheer can cause some people
to go into a funk, but an expert outlines ways you can continue the
joy and excitement of the holidays year-round.
More Aggressive Chemo May Help Younger Lymphoma Patients:
Higher doses of
chemotherapy with less time between treatments may benefit younger
people suffering from aggressive lymphomas, such as diffuse large
B-cell lymphoma (one of the most common and aggressive forms of
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma), according to new research.
Autoimmune Woes May Raise Risk for Lung Clots
Patients hospitalized for
autoimmune disorders, like rheumatoid arthritis or Crohn's disease,
may be at greater risk for a life-threatening pulmonary embolism, a
clot in a main artery of the lung, a new study finds.