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Long-Term Estrogen Therapy Does Up Breast Cancer Risk: Study
Several weeks after a study suggested that women who take estrogen-only hormone replacement to treat menopause symptoms may be at lower risk for developing breast cancer, another, much-larger study finds that when used for longer than 10 years, estrogen-only regimens actually raise a woman's long-term risk for breast cancer.

Research Shows How Colds Lead to Coughing, Wheezing
The common cold appears to increase the number of cough receptors in the airways and makes them more sensitive, which triggers coughing, wheezing and breathlessness, a new study reports.

Malignancy
Read medical definition of Malignancy

Is Ovary Removal Tied to Colon Cancer Risk?
Women who have their ovaries removed may have a higher-than-average risk of developing colon cancer, a large study suggests.

Possible Signs of an Ear Infection
Ear infections are common in babies and young toddlers, who may not always be able to verbalize that something's wrong.

H1N1 Swine Flu Lingers
A collection of articles about cold and flu topics covering symptoms, vaccinations, medications, and treatment

Roller-Coaster Ride Could Affect Your Ears
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

Professional Musicians Face Greater Risk of Hearing Problems
Professional musicians face a nearly four times greater risk of developing hearing loss compared to the rest of the public, according to new research.

Sookmyung University
Our College of Pharmacy has played the key role in the history of our nationís pharmacy education development since our establishment in 1953. During the 1990ís, our college created a firm foundation by leading the advancement of pharmaceutical informatics and clinical pharmacy education based on innovative programs, for the new 6-year pharmacy education program which opened in 2011.

Childhood Hearing Loss information
Growing up with impaired hearing can have devastating effects on a child's ability to speak and use language. But newly-available devices and treatments can prevent the worst of these complications -- if parents remain alert to warning signs and act quickly.

Earplugs Help Prevent Hearing Loss Tied to Loud Concerts: Study
A new study confirms a common-sense notion: Earplugs can shield you from the temporary hearing loss that can happen after a high-decibel music concert.

Swimmer's Ear: The Facts
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

Pediatrics Group Issues New Ear Infection Guidelines
The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines for identifying and treating a common childhood ailment that can cause a lot of misery -- the ear infection.

It's Not Too Soon to Get Your Flu Shot, Doctor Says
This season's flu vaccine is now available, and Americans should get their flu shot as soon as possible, an expert says.

Lung Clot Risk Assessment Before Ordering Scan
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Statins May Benefit Prostate Cancer Patients
Information on many different cancers includes symptoms, cancer detection and prevention, and treatment options.

Good Hygiene Does Slow Spread of Pandemic Flu
A collection of articles about cold and flu topics covering symptoms, vaccinations, medications, and treatment

Balloon Device Approved for Eustachian Tube Problems
A small device inflated inside the tube that helps regulate pressure inside the ear has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Kirkland Sleep Aid
Kirkland Sleep Aid is a nighttime sleep aid with the active ingredient doxylamine succinate. Kirkland Sleep Aid is a good sleep-enhancing product. The simple formula works for most people to support better quality and deeper sleep.

Office Workers May Face Exposure to Flame Retardant
A potentially harmful flame retardant is present in the bodies of many office workers, a small new study says.

Tips for Steering Clear of Flu
With flu now widespread across the United States, experts recommend you take several steps to reduce your risk.

Ease the Sting of Strep Throat
Strep throat is a bacterial infection that causes a severe sore throat, which can make swallowing and eating quite painful.

Neuro Sleep One of the Top Sleep Aids
Neuro Sleep is a sleep enhancing drink that has allowed many to experience higher quality sleep with minimal interruptions. Although sleeping aids do not typically come in liquid form, we wonder whether it step up and conquer the sleeplessness battlefield. We are happy to welcome Neuro Sleep into our family of sleep aids.

Lymphoma Treatment May Harm, Halt Men's Sperm Production
Treatment for lymphoma may lower men's fertility, new research indicates.

Smoking May Hamper Ear Health
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

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