2005 Headlines

December 2005

December 29, 2005
Alcohol Poisoning Concerns Heighten at Year’s End

December 28, 2005
Meth Users Respond to Reward Program

December 23, 2005
Conception Rate Still Good with Fewer IVF Embryos

December 23, 2005
Stem Cell Funding May Thwart Expert

December 12, 2005
Event Honors Loved Ones Lost

November 2005

November 30, 2005
Report: ISS Needs More Crew, Science to Support NASA's Exploration Plan

November 25, 2005
Resident with Rare Disease Aims to Educate, Help Others

November 22, 2005
Downward Mobility

November 18, 2005
Childhood Obesity Epidemic

November 18, 2005
Promise in the Anxiety of Mice for Men

November 18, 2005
UConn Doctor New Head of Cancer Society

November 17, 2005
Complex Menu for Seniors

November 16, 2005
Who Loves Ya?

November 15, 2005
Divide and Conquer

November 14, 2005
Quitting Meth Pays Off

November 7, 2005
Hygiene, Not Vaccine, Seen Best Way to Stop Bird Flu

November 4, 2005
Police Chief Leaving After Long Career

November 2, 2005
May the Force Be With You

November 2, 2005
On Health Care: Not All Health Plans Are Equal

November 1, 2005
City Hospital Joins Cancer Study Group

November 1, 2005
Are Mammograms Right for Everyone?

November 1, 2005
I Don't Smell a Thing

October 2005

October 31, 2005
When Mom Gets Ill

October 31, 2005
Putting Cancer Cells to Sleep

October 30, 2005
Nutrition Tips Offered to Aid Healthy Aging for Adults 40 and Up

October 27, 2005
Mammograms Validated as Key in Cancer Fight

October 27, 2005
Grant to Fund Dental Clinic Expansion

October 25, 2005
Not a Cure, But It’s Close

October 25, 2005
Telltale MS Markers

October 24, 2005
Statins Don't Affect Breast Cancer Risk

October 18, 2005
Flu Vaccine Should Be Plentiful, Experts Say

October 16, 2005
Do Cholesterol-Lowering Foods Really Work?

October 14, 2005
Chance of Bird Flu Pandemic in U.S. Likely, Experts Say

October 14, 2005
Fear The Flu...

October 12, 2005
Experts: Move Workers

October 6, 2005
Enzo Biochem Says Pre-Clinical Study Suggests Small Molecule Compound Could Spur Bone Growth

October 6, 2005
Scientists Resurrect Deadly Flu Virus

October 3, 2005
You're Getting Sleepy; Could That Stop Cancer?

September 2005

September 28, 2005
Hormone Therapy Benefit Reported

September 26, 2005
Biomedical Imaging Put to Work

September 17, 2005
Digital Mammograms Excel in Study

September 2005
How Steroids Are Harming Our Kids

September 14, 2005
As Water Recedes, There Will Likely Be a Second Wave of Suffering

September 12, 2005
High Gasoline Prices Triggering Anxiety

September 12, 2005
Scientist Working Against the Odds

September 11, 2005
Proven Steps to a Longer Life

September 8, 2005
Food Coloring May Suppress Immune System

September 8, 2005
Common Drugs May Prevent Diabetes Onset

September 7, 2005
Study Reviews Prostate Screening

September 2, 2005
Survivors Face Array of Hazards

August 2005

August 30, 2005
Sparing Vital Muscles

August 24, 2005
Heart-pounding Heroin

August 23, 2005
Fighting Alcoholism with a Pill

August 23, 2005
Saving Eggs from Harm of Cancer Therapy

August 23, 2005
Banking Against the Biological Clock

August 22, 2005
Students Urged to Change Summer Slumber Habits

August 21, 2005
Hospitals Are Uneven on Basics

August 16, 2005
Calhoun Event a UConn Reunion

August 13, 2005
Alternative Therapies Big Business for Medical School

August 8, 2005
Doctors Warn Ex-smokers Still Prone to Cancer

August 6, 2005
Gifts of Life

August 3, 2005
Woman on Life Support Gives Birth

August 1, 2005
Conditioning Helps Improve Golf Scores

July 2005

July 30, 2005
Annual Golf Tourney to Have Many Winners

July 27, 2005
State Joins Suit Vs. Reynolds

July 21, 2005
U.S. Bodies Have Fewer Dangerous Chemicals

July 21, 2005
Brain-Dead Woman's Fetus Passes Milestone in Development

July 19, 2005
Speaking Sickness

July 15, 2005
Cancer Doesn't Have to Cost You Your Fertility

July 14, 2005
Uncertain Science of PSA Testing

July 14, 2005
'We Are Not Afraid'

July 10, 2005
Health Center's New Institute Makes Connection

July 7, 2005
Law On Fertility Coverage Called a Good Start

July 3, 2005
Fireworks Fun, But Doctors Know Flip Side

June 2005

June 25, 2005
Today’s Weather Could be Hazardous to Your Health

June 20, 2005
P.S.A. Test No Longer Gives Clear Answers

June 17, 2005
Inside Stricken Mother, a Race Between Life and Death

June 16, 2005
Rell OKs Stem-Cell Research

June 15, 2005
In Body and Soul, We are Solar Powered

June 13, 2005
From Back Yard to Bloodstream: The Summer Bug Battle is Rejoined

June 10, 2005
Bone Quality Fills Holes in Fracture Risk

June 10, 2005
Teens + Gambling = Trouble

June 9, 2005
Your Last Supper

June 2, 2005
A Secret's Life

May 2005

May 26, 2005
Mercury's Silver Lining Fades

May 24, 2005
Sleeping Unsoundly

May 18, 2005
Deaths Halt Chemotherapy Study

May 17, 2005
Putting a Needle Where It Hurts

May 16, 2005
Subspecialties Flourish as IM Residents Shun Primary Care

May 15, 2005
Rare Heart Condition Kills Young Athletes

May 15, 2005
Jailhouse Medicine: A Million-Dollar Patient

May 8, 2005
Warning: Avian Flu Pandemic Looming

May 4, 2005
Study Backs Caution in Treating Some for Prostate Cancer

May 3, 2005
Getting a Better Bite

May 2, 2005
At the Forefront of Vaccine Medicine

May 1, 2005
Cancer Groups Want $1 Million for Clinical Trials

May 1, 2005
Crisis Poisoning Obstetrics

April 2005

April 24, 2005
‘Cure’ No Longer Wrong Word in Paralysis Research

April 24, 2005
Infertile Couples Resisting In Vitro Advances

April 22, 2005
Health Center Research Team Discovers New Glaucoma Gene

April 19, 2005
Brawl in the Family

April 13, 2005
Funds for Tobacco-Related Research

April 10, 2005
Staying Fit Beyond 50

April 10, 2005
Arthritis Causes Unknown; Early Treatment Helps

April 6, 2005
Drug Holds Promise in Fight Against Alcoholism

April 5, 2005
New State Law Widens Scope of Newborn Blood Tests to Screen for More Disorders

April 2, 2005
Daylight Saving Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

March 2005

March 30, 2005
Long Road Ahead for Those with Knee Problems

March 25, 2005
A Balanced Look at COX-2 Drugs

March 22, 2005
Doctors Say Reaction of Brain Can Be Deceiving

March 16, 2005
Disease Turns Skin Hard as Wood

March 10, 2005
The Killers (and Liars) in Our Midst

March 9, 2005
Drug Studied at UConn Targets Ovarian Cancer

March 6, 2005
Quit Smoking with a Pill? Researchers Say New Drugs Show Promise

March 1, 2005
One Vaccine, Many Diseases

February 2005

February 27, 2005
Habits May Cause Insomnia

February 27, 2005
Revenue Isn't the Only Consideration

February 23, 2005
Sjogren's Syndrome - A Mysterious Illness that Affects Mostly Women

February 16, 2005
FDA Hearing to Determine Arthritis Drugs' Safety

February 14, 2005
Premature Babies Better Off with Hands-On Parents

February 8, 2005
Alzheimer’s Cause Still Unknown But Treatment Can Help Victims

February 8, 2005
Saying ‘Night-Night’ to Snoring Problem

February 6, 2005
Physical Therapy Is Helpful from Cradle to Grave, Therapist Says

February 6, 2005
Breast Cancer Mystery Frustrates Scientists

January 2005

January 27, 2005
Study: Vioxx Ups Pressure; Celebrex Doesn't

January 23, 2005
Doctors Remain Optimistic About Cancer

January 23, 2005
Doctors Believe People Can Help Themselves Prevent Cancer

January 20, 2005
Counseling Helps People Suffering from Trauma, UConn Prof Says

January 17, 2005
Researcher Studying Social Embarrassment

January 9, 2005
Little Progress Made in Treatment of Sickle Cell

January 9, 2005
Rell's Treatment Highlights Hurdles for Screenings Faced by Many

January 9, 2005