Medical News Today daily newsletter - 15 March 2014

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Welcome to today's Medical News Today newsletter, containing the most recent headlines from your chosen news categories.

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** ANXIETY / STRESS News **

Confidence is an important buffer to the stress of old age
http://mnt.to/l/4m7P
The importance of boosting self-esteem is normally associated with the trials and tribulations of adolescence.

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** ARTHRITIS / RHEUMATOLOGY News **

Comparable outcomes for outpatient, inpatient orthopaedic surgeries
http://mnt.to/l/4m7V
As the effectiveness of anesthesia, pain management and rehabilitation continues to improve, more orthopaedic procedures are being done on an outpatient basis.

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** AUTISM News **

New study suggests contagious yawning is not linked to empathy
http://mnt.to/l/4m8b
Contrary to previous research linking contagious yawning to empathy, a new study suggests this is not the case. But the team is conducting further studies into yawning and autism.

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** BONES / ORTHOPEDICS News **

Comparable outcomes for outpatient, inpatient orthopaedic surgeries
http://mnt.to/l/4m7V
As the effectiveness of anesthesia, pain management and rehabilitation continues to improve, more orthopaedic procedures are being done on an outpatient basis.

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** DENTISTRY News **

In healthy mouths good fungi keep bad ones in check
http://mnt.to/l/4m8h
Human mouths contain a balanced mix of microbes which, when disrupted, can lead to oral diseases.

Virulent tooth decay in toddlers can be caused by combination of bacterium and fungus
http://mnt.to/l/4m7N
Early childhood caries, a highly aggressive and painful form of tooth decay that frequently occurs in preschool children, especially from backgrounds of poverty, may result from a nefarious...

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** HIV / AIDS News **

In healthy mouths good fungi keep bad ones in check
http://mnt.to/l/4m8h
Human mouths contain a balanced mix of microbes which, when disrupted, can lead to oral diseases.

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** INFECTIOUS DISEASES / BACTERIA / VIRUSES News **

In healthy mouths good fungi keep bad ones in check
http://mnt.to/l/4m8h
Human mouths contain a balanced mix of microbes which, when disrupted, can lead to oral diseases.

Some common NSAIDs have added benefit of fighting bacterial infection
http://mnt.to/l/4m8g
Some commonly used drugs that combat aches and pains, fever, and inflammation are also thought to have the ability to kill bacteria.

The 5-second rule is not an urban myth, say researchers
http://mnt.to/l/4m86
We all know the 5-second rule - the theory that if food is retrieved within 5 seconds of being dropped on the floor, it is safe to eat. Now, researchers say this could be true.

Virulent tooth decay in toddlers can be caused by combination of bacterium and fungus
http://mnt.to/l/4m7N
Early childhood caries, a highly aggressive and painful form of tooth decay that frequently occurs in preschool children, especially from backgrounds of poverty, may result from a nefarious...

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** MRSA / DRUG RESISTANCE News **

Some common NSAIDs have added benefit of fighting bacterial infection
http://mnt.to/l/4m8g
Some commonly used drugs that combat aches and pains, fever, and inflammation are also thought to have the ability to kill bacteria.

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** NUTRITION / DIET News **

The 5-second rule is not an urban myth, say researchers
http://mnt.to/l/4m86
We all know the 5-second rule - the theory that if food is retrieved within 5 seconds of being dropped on the floor, it is safe to eat. Now, researchers say this could be true.

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** PAIN / ANESTHETICS News **

Some common NSAIDs have added benefit of fighting bacterial infection
http://mnt.to/l/4m8g
Some commonly used drugs that combat aches and pains, fever, and inflammation are also thought to have the ability to kill bacteria.

Pets in pain: countering the caregiver placebo effect
http://mnt.to/l/4m7S
How do you know that your pet is benefiting from its pain medication? A new clinical trial design could help overcome pet owners' unconscious observation bias and determine whether the drugs...

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** PEDIATRICS / CHILDREN'S HEALTH News **

Virulent tooth decay in toddlers can be caused by combination of bacterium and fungus
http://mnt.to/l/4m7N
Early childhood caries, a highly aggressive and painful form of tooth decay that frequently occurs in preschool children, especially from backgrounds of poverty, may result from a nefarious...

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** PSYCHOLOGY / PSYCHIATRY News **

New study suggests contagious yawning is not linked to empathy
http://mnt.to/l/4m8b
Contrary to previous research linking contagious yawning to empathy, a new study suggests this is not the case. But the team is conducting further studies into yawning and autism.

Pets in pain: countering the caregiver placebo effect
http://mnt.to/l/4m7S
How do you know that your pet is benefiting from its pain medication? A new clinical trial design could help overcome pet owners' unconscious observation bias and determine whether the drugs...

Confidence is an important buffer to the stress of old age
http://mnt.to/l/4m7P
The importance of boosting self-esteem is normally associated with the trials and tribulations of adolescence.

Negative experiences of transgender patients in emergency department settings
http://mnt.to/l/4m7M
A new study out of Western University (London, Canada) has found the majority of transgender patients have had a negative experience when it comes to receiving emergency department (ED) care.

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** PUBLIC HEALTH News **

The 5-second rule is not an urban myth, say researchers
http://mnt.to/l/4m86
We all know the 5-second rule - the theory that if food is retrieved within 5 seconds of being dropped on the floor, it is safe to eat. Now, researchers say this could be true.

The impact of trauma center closures
http://mnt.to/l/4m7T
Injured patients who live near trauma centers that have closed have higher odds of dying once they reach a hospital, according to a new analysis by UC San Francisco researchers.

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** SCHIZOPHRENIA News **

New study suggests contagious yawning is not linked to empathy
http://mnt.to/l/4m8b
Contrary to previous research linking contagious yawning to empathy, a new study suggests this is not the case. But the team is conducting further studies into yawning and autism.

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** SENIORS / AGING News **

Confidence is an important buffer to the stress of old age
http://mnt.to/l/4m7P
The importance of boosting self-esteem is normally associated with the trials and tribulations of adolescence.

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** VETERINARY News **

Pets in pain: countering the caregiver placebo effect
http://mnt.to/l/4m7S
How do you know that your pet is benefiting from its pain medication? A new clinical trial design could help overcome pet owners' unconscious observation bias and determine whether the drugs...

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