Tanning News: Study warns of tanning bed addiction

April 20, 2010


A new study suggests the use of tanning beds may be linked to addiction for some. Washington (WiredPRNews.com) – A new study suggests tanning bed usage can get addictive. As reported by AFP, the study by researchers at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the University at Albany, State University of New York states people […]

CT scan radiation linked to increased cancer risks

December 16, 2009


A new study suggests the amount of radiation in CT scans can lead to the development of cancer. Chicago, Illinois (WiredPRNews.com) – A new study suggests CT scans can increase the risk of developing cancers. As reported by Reuters, researchers found that the high amount of radiation in CT scans is projected to lead to […]

Heat May Increase Cancer Treatment Response

September 23, 2009


A new study suggests heat therapy may be beneficial in the treatment of cancerous tumors. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A new study suggests the addition of heat treatment with chemotherapy may increase the rates of positive response for cancer patients. As reported by Reuters, researchers of the German study found that […]

Study Links Tanning Beds to Cancer

July 30, 2009


A new study suggests tanning bed use can cause cancer. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A new study has linked tanning bed use to cancer. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), international researchers have found tanning beds and ultraviolet radiation to be definite contributors to the development of the disease. As […]

Children With Leukemia May Not Need Radiation

June 26, 2009


The treatment may not be necessary for children with recent diagnoses of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Wired PR News – Radiation therapy may not be needed for some children with leukemia. As reported by HealthDay News, a new study suggests that chemotherapy administered alone may lead to longer periods of remission and fewer negative side effects […]

A Number of Black Women with Advanced Breast Cancer Shown to Refuse Treatments

May 25, 2009


A study finds that many African American women with advanced breast cancer refuse radiation and chemotherapy. Wired PR News – A new study suggests that African American women with advanced breast cancer refuse some potentially life-saving treatments at a high rate. As reported by HealthDay News, an estimated 25 percent of black women who have […]

Some Medical Research Tainted by Interests Conflicts

May 13, 2009


A study finds that some medical studies were affected by conflicts of interest. Wired PR News – A recent study review has revealed that some medical studies are affected by conflicts of interest. As reported by LiveScience.com, 29 percent of research on cancer that receives publication in high profile journals had outcomes affected by conflicts […]

Caffeine and Skin Cancer Protection

February 28, 2009


Caffeine may have skin cancer protection properties according to new study. Wired PR News.com – New research may help validate claims that caffeine contains some skin cancer protection properties. As reported by HealthDay, the effect of caffeine was examined on human skin cells that received ultraviolet radiation exposure, and it was found that caffeine destroyed […]

Justice Ginsburg Swift Return

February 9, 2009


The Supreme Court Justice intends on returning to court promptly after surgery. WiredPRNews.com – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has reportedly expressed intentions on promptly returning to court after having major surgery. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Ginsburg, who recently underwent surgery for pancreatic cancer plans to make it to the February 23 public […]

 
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