Medical News Today daily newsletter - 29 June 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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** AID / DISASTERS News **

Patients who receive home nutritional care should have emergency plans
http://mnt.to/l/4p8H
On the heels of the 2014 hurricane season, researchers are calling for home parenteral and enteral nutrition (HPEN) consumers and their homecare providers to have a comprehensive emergency...

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** ALLERGY News **

Researchers propose new treatment option for food allergy
http://mnt.to/l/4p8x
For some children an allergic reaction to common foods such as milk, eggs, or peanuts can cause an anaphylactic reaction.

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** ANXIETY / STRESS News **

Tinnitus affects processing of emotions
http://mnt.to/l/4p8L
Patients with persistent ringing in the ears - a condition known as tinnitus - process emotions differently in the brain from those with normal hearing, researchers report in the journal Brain...

Could our hormones influence whether we vote?
http://mnt.to/l/4p88
People with low levels of cortisol - the 'stress hormone' - in the afternoon may be less likely to vote in US national elections, according to new research.

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** CANCER / ONCOLOGY News **

Penetrating cellular walls without harm using 'Trojan Horse' method
http://mnt.to/l/4p8J
Scientists with Texas A&M AgriLife Research have found a "Trojan horse" way to deliver proteins into live human cells without damaging them.

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** CARDIOVASCULAR / CARDIOLOGY News **

Could a happy marriage be the key to a healthy heart?
http://mnt.to/l/4p92
Negative marital interactions may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by 8.5%, according to a new study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, PA.

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** CAREGIVERS / HOMECARE News **

Patients who receive home nutritional care should have emergency plans
http://mnt.to/l/4p8H
On the heels of the 2014 hurricane season, researchers are calling for home parenteral and enteral nutrition (HPEN) consumers and their homecare providers to have a comprehensive emergency...

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** DEPRESSION News **

Tinnitus affects processing of emotions
http://mnt.to/l/4p8L
Patients with persistent ringing in the ears - a condition known as tinnitus - process emotions differently in the brain from those with normal hearing, researchers report in the journal Brain...

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** DIABETES News **

Gender differences in use of mental health services
http://mnt.to/l/4p8B
Women with chronic physical illnesses are more likely to use mental health services than men with similar illnesses; they also seek out mental health services six months earlier than those same...

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** GENETICS News **

DNA crucial to bacteria's disease causing power may be missed by sequencing
http://mnt.to/l/4p8y
Genomic sequencing is supposed to reveal the entire genetic makeup of an organism.

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** HEARING / DEAFNESS News **

Tinnitus affects processing of emotions
http://mnt.to/l/4p8L
Patients with persistent ringing in the ears - a condition known as tinnitus - process emotions differently in the brain from those with normal hearing, researchers report in the journal Brain...

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** HEART DISEASE News **

Could a happy marriage be the key to a healthy heart?
http://mnt.to/l/4p92
Negative marital interactions may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by 8.5%, according to a new study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, PA.

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** HYPERTENSION News **

Gender differences in use of mental health services
http://mnt.to/l/4p8B
Women with chronic physical illnesses are more likely to use mental health services than men with similar illnesses; they also seek out mental health services six months earlier than those same...

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** IMMUNE SYSTEM / VACCINES News **

TB infection may be underestimated among people taking corticosteroid pills
http://mnt.to/l/4p8F
Tuberculosis infection among people taking corticosteroid pills may be underestimated, new research suggests.

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** INFECTIOUS DISEASES / BACTERIA / VIRUSES News **

Current IV feeding safeguards against bloodstream infections need to be revized
http://mnt.to/l/4p8G
Current guidelines to help prevent bloodstream infections during intravenous feeding may need revisions to strengthen protections for patients, a new study finds.

DNA crucial to bacteria's disease causing power may be missed by sequencing
http://mnt.to/l/4p8y
Genomic sequencing is supposed to reveal the entire genetic makeup of an organism.

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** MENTAL HEALTH News **

Gender differences in use of mental health services
http://mnt.to/l/4p8B
Women with chronic physical illnesses are more likely to use mental health services than men with similar illnesses; they also seek out mental health services six months earlier than those same...

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** NUTRITION / DIET News **

Patients who receive home nutritional care should have emergency plans
http://mnt.to/l/4p8H
On the heels of the 2014 hurricane season, researchers are calling for home parenteral and enteral nutrition (HPEN) consumers and their homecare providers to have a comprehensive emergency...

Current IV feeding safeguards against bloodstream infections need to be revized
http://mnt.to/l/4p8G
Current guidelines to help prevent bloodstream infections during intravenous feeding may need revisions to strengthen protections for patients, a new study finds.

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** PAIN / ANESTHETICS News **

Pancreatic cancer risk may be reduced by continued use of low-dose aspirin
http://mnt.to/l/4p8C
The longer a person took low-dose aspirin, the lower his or her risk for developing pancreatic cancer, according to a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal...

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** PANCREATIC CANCER News **

Pancreatic cancer risk may be reduced by continued use of low-dose aspirin
http://mnt.to/l/4p8C
The longer a person took low-dose aspirin, the lower his or her risk for developing pancreatic cancer, according to a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal...

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** PEDIATRICS / CHILDREN'S HEALTH News **

Researchers propose new treatment option for food allergy
http://mnt.to/l/4p8x
For some children an allergic reaction to common foods such as milk, eggs, or peanuts can cause an anaphylactic reaction.

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** PHARMA INDUSTRY / BIOTECH INDUSTRY News **

Researchers have created nanoparticles that can transport interacting molecules into living cells
http://mnt.to/l/4p8K
With the continuing need for very small devices in therapeutic applications, there is a growing demand for the development of nanoparticles that can transport and deliver drugs to target cells...

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** PSYCHOLOGY / PSYCHIATRY News **

Could a happy marriage be the key to a healthy heart?
http://mnt.to/l/4p92
Negative marital interactions may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease by 8.5%, according to a new study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, PA.

Could our hormones influence whether we vote?
http://mnt.to/l/4p88
People with low levels of cortisol - the 'stress hormone' - in the afternoon may be less likely to vote in US national elections, according to new research.

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** TUBERCULOSIS News **

TB infection may be underestimated among people taking corticosteroid pills
http://mnt.to/l/4p8F
Tuberculosis infection among people taking corticosteroid pills may be underestimated, new research suggests.

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