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Given the increase in obesity in developed and developing countries and its concomitant morbidity, successful treatment approaches are needed. We examined the effect of a structured exercise intervention in overweight children in a slum in Recife, Pernambuco State, Brazil. This was a randomized, controlled efficacy trial. Seventy-eight children were… (More)
Long-term prognostic significance of loss of heterozygosity on chromosome 9p21 for localized renal cell carcinoma following surgery remains unreported. The study assessed the frequency of deletions of different loci of chromosome 9p along with immunohistochemical profile of proteins in surgically resected renal cancer tissue and correlated this with… (More)
A STUDY of the provision of critical care has revealed that the UK needs more than double the current number of intensive care and high- dependency beds.
The International Council of Nurses celebrated its centennial in London last week with a conference involving thousands of nurses from around the world. Nursing Standard's news team reports.