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Researchers had participants wear the fitness trackers while walking or running on a treadmill and while riding an exercise bike to determine how well the trackers measured heart r...
Are you taking too many medications?
-Fox News - Tue May 23 05:10:02 EDT 2017
Medicine has become synonymous with drug therapy, a situation that is upsetting for patients and health care practitioners alike, and potentially dangerous. This is especially true...
T he UK antitrust regulator accused Merck of illegally offering discounts for the Remicade biologic medicine in order to block lower-cost biosimilar versions. In a brief statement,...
Duchossois family donates $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine
-Chicago Tribune - Tue May 23 21:03:29 EDT 2017
A prominent Chicago-area family is giving $100 million to University of Chicago Medicine to research how the immune system, bacteria in the body and genetics can work together to k...
Why You Should Know The Real Story Of "Typhoid Mary"
-Refinery29 - Wed May 24 08:18:14 EDT 2017
Mallon died alone in 1938, after having been paralyzed by a stroke six years earlier. Her story remains a cautionary tale — both of the need for adequate public health measure...
If you think you can chow down guilt-free on a 540-calorie Big Mac because the smart watch on your wrist says you just burned that many calories at the gym, guess again. A new stud...
Hospital Protocol Helps Thwart Serious Infection
-UPI - Wed May 24 11:45:25 EDT 2017
WEDNESDAY, May 24, 2017 -- A new regulation requires New York state hospitals to follow a protocol to rapidly diagnosis and treat the potentially fatal infection known as sepsis, a...
Baylor Med to get $2 million under lawsuit settlement
-Chron - Wed May 24 14:11:29 EDT 2017
Baylor College of Medicine will receive $2 million from Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. under a settlement to a lawsuit that alleged the drug company monopolized the market for the ...
Defensive tackle Josh Augusta works through thyroid problems
-Boston Herald - Tue May 23 11:06:04 EDT 2017
Connecticut quarterback Bryant Shirreffs, center, is gang tackled by Missouri's Rickey Hatley, right, Josh Augusta, left, Michael Scherer (30) and Kentrell Brothers (10) during the...
May 24 (UPI) -- New Zealand's startup regenerative medicine company, Upside Biotechnologies, has signed a development agreement with the U.S. Army. The Cooperative Research and Dev...
I Ate My Own Placenta And Didn't Feel Any Different
-The Huffington Post - Wed May 24 08:32:54 EDT 2017
After sailing through my first and second trimesters of my first pregnancy, I felt pretty in the dark about what it would actually be like to give birth. So my husband and I signed...
“B urned out cardiac surgeon seeks opportunities or empathy,” one message reads. “I feel stuck,” another confides. A third says simply, “I don’t want to be a doctor anymore!” The p...
ABOVE VIDEO: When cross-fit athlete Jennifer Melo of Viera, Florida tore her anterior cruciate ligament during a freak accident while giving a piggy-back ride, Dr. Richard Har...
J ust months away from our medical school graduation, we found ourselves teaching in the first-year physiology course we had taken what seemed like eons ago. “Should you give fluid...
Why a Modern Cosmetics Company Is Mining Armenia's Ancient Manuscripts
-Smith Sonian Mag - Mon May 22 08:11:55 EDT 2017
There is something remarkable about the communities that line the former Silk Road. Bound together by a shared natural environment, there is a reservoir of knowledge here, safeguar...
After a near death experience for the pony who was struck by lightning last fall, the 12-year-old girl, her family, friends and a team of veterinary medicine faculty, staff and stu...
Chiefs offensive lineman on his way to becoming Dr. Duvernay-Tardif
-The Kansas City Star - Wed May 24 17:05:36 EDT 2017
Who could blame Chiefs players if they felt a need to lay low after last season’s disappointing home playoff loss to the Steelers? Offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif didn’t ha...
Penn gets $9.25M grant for research on concussions
-The Seattle Times - Mon May 22 08:06:37 EDT 2017
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The foundation started by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has given a $9.25 million grant to the University of Pennsylvania for concussion research. The Philade...
BREAKING: Driver killed in crash on Highway 34
-KETV Omaha - Mon May 22 08:00:08 EDT 2017
LA PLATTE, Neb. — Update: One person was killed in a crash Monday morning on Highway 34 at the intersection of Highway 75, authorities with the Sarpy County Sheriff office confirm....
H ow high are drug prices in the US? So high that the Canadian government may remove the US from its long-standing list of countries that are used as a guide for determining w...
Regeneron, Sanofi rheumatoid arthritis drug wins U.S. approval
-Reuters - Mon May 22 14:34:29 EDT 2017
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi's biotech drug for adults with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, the two companies said o...
4 injured, 2 critically, in Interstate 80 crash
-KETV Omaha - Tue May 23 05:25:07 EDT 2017
OMAHA, Neb. — Four teenagers were injured when the driver of a vehicle lost control and crashed Monday evening. Police were called just before 7 p.m. to a collision at Interstate 8...
Colorado man accused of castrating transgender woman charged
-The Seattle Times - Tue May 23 14:57:19 EDT 2017
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man accused of using an Army surgical kit to castrate a transgender woman at her Denver apartment has been charged. James Pennington was charged Tuesday wi...
T he many proponents of precision medicine have long promised a world where terms like “lung cancer” and “melanoma” are rendered quaint by the awesome power of genomics. And t...
Texas Senate OKs mandating reports on abortion complications - Tue May 23 17:47:33 EDT 2017
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas lawmakers are moving closer to requiring the collection of more-detailed reports about complications from abortions performed statewide The state Senate ...
Chicago-area family giving $100 million to U of C
-Sun-Times - Tue May 23 23:06:24 EDT 2017
A Chicago-area family with a long history of supporting science and medicine is giving $100 million to the University of Chicago. The gift from The Duchossois Group Inc. Chairman a...
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