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Cochrane Library

A collection of databases, published on disk and online and updated quarterly, which contain the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, the Cochrane Controlled Trials Register, the Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effectiveness, the Cochrane Review Methodology Database and information about the Cochrane Collaboration.
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A review by the Cochrane Library last year found the drug was safe in clinical trials, with a comparable efficacy profile to recommended treatments (Lucentis and Eylea).
The UK and New Zealand researchers behind the Cochrane Library review say the results are encouraging but that more studies are needed.
A study published today in The Cochrane Library highlights the difficult decisions women with epilepsy have to face when they become pregnant.
The Cochrane Library published a review on May 15, 2014, which concluded that supplementing with zinc reduced the risk of morbidity and mortality in malnourished children, while improving growth.
A key component of the Cochrane Library is the collection of protocols and systematic reviews addressing a variety of interventions in healthcare.
The researchers from University of Tokyo trawled the Medline and the Cochrane Library databases for research published on male pattern baldness and coronary heart disease, and came up with 850 possible studies, published between 1950 and 2012.
They performed a strategic literature search of PubMed, EMBASE and the Cochrane Library (updated to January 2013) for randomized controlled trials that evaluated the effects of green tea and green tea extract on glucose control and insulin sensitivity.
The drugs could reduce dependence, physical disability, depression and anxiety in the first year after a stroke, according to the study which is published in the Cochrane Library.
But light-to-moderate exercise has the advantage of being something people can do on their own time, for little or no cost, said the researchers, whose findings appeared in The Cochrane Library.
Researchers, whose work was published in The Cochrane Library, found that nine percent of would-be quitters made it without cigarettes for at least six months when reminded and encouraged through cell phone messages, compared to five percent who went it alone.
The authors searched the Cochrane Library PubMed, EMBASE, and Web of Science databases, as well as reference lists from relevant papers, conference proceedings, and the World Health Organization Trial Search Portal.
Published in September in The Cochrane Library, the study looked at evidence from 159 trials involving nearly 80,000 participants.