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Kennedy Hospital elects new medical staff officers
-NJ.com - Mon Mar 27 14:03:08 EDT 2017
VOORHEES -- South Jersey-based Kennedy University Hospital has announced its new Medical Staff officers, each elected for a two-year term:  Dr. Henry ("Henny") Schuitema, ...
Say what you want about "secret menu" items not existing, but one cult Starbucks favourite has made it to the official menu. The Medicine Ball, as it's listed, is a cold-fighting V...
Q: Dear Ed: We are planning to do a bathroom remodel job this spring and wanted to ask you what you feel is the most overlooked item when planning a new bathroom. - Peter, Idaho A:...
Could Losing Sleep Be Killing You?
-Forbes - Tue Mar 28 20:04:22 EDT 2017
*This article is the first in a two-part series on how poor sleep quality can affect the health of older adults and ways to treat sleep problems. Part 2 focuses on defining various...
Avalanche victims remembered by hospital colleagues
-Boston Herald - Mon Mar 27 17:06:55 EDT 2017
BOSTON — Two Americans killed in an avalanche in Canada this month are being remembered as "young rising stars" by their colleagues at a prestigious Boston hospital. Officials at M...
Boston Hospital IDs 2 Doctors Killed in Avalanche
-NECN - Mon Mar 27 17:00:20 EDT 2017
Officials at Massachusetts General Hospital have identified two of its doctors killed in an avalanche in Canada earlier this month. Victor Fedorov and Lauren Zeitels, internal medi...
ATLANTA -- After visiting Dr. James Andrews of the Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Pensacola, Florida and conferring with Dr. Kyle Hammond and Dr. Kenneth Mautner...
New approach for --- cancer treatment explored
-UPI - Tue Mar 28 08:07:55 EDT 2017
March 28 (UPI) -- A new study from Baylor College of Medicine targets specific proteins that cause tumor growth as a potential personalized treatment for --- cancer. The collabo...
Scientists identify risk factors for glioma subtypes
-UPI - Mon Mar 27 08:38:19 EDT 2017
March 27 (UPI) -- A team of international researchers led by scientists at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston have identified genetic markers for two subtypes of glioma, an aggr...
Yemen: 2 years on, 50,000 casualties
-CNN - Mon Mar 27 08:27:03 EDT 2017
Two years on and the conflict in Yemen shows little signs of abating. A Saudi-led coalition of regional states and Houthi rebels continue to bombard one another, while terrorist gr...
Gwyneth Paltrow Wants To Put Her Goop Inside You
-Fast Company - Mon Mar 27 14:07:37 EDT 2017
Academic studies have also raised doubts. A recent one directed by Elizabeth D. Kantor, an epidemiologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, found that some sup...
'Active choice' intervention may boost flu vaccine rates
-UPI - Mon Mar 27 11:07:42 EDT 2017
March 27 (UPI) -- A study at the University of Pennsylvania suggests a behavioral economics technique may increase the number of people getting flu vaccines. In the United States, ...
Dr. Anthony John LaTessa died Wednesday, March 22, 2017. According to his obituary, he was born in New York City and attended St John's University and New York University. He taugh...
Parrots ‘high-five each other with their feet while flying’
-Metro.co.uk - Mon Mar 27 08:15:03 EDT 2017
Parrots apparently like to high-five each other while flying. The birds also laugh and are very jovial when they meet up in the skies, according to a paper from Vienna’s University...
Indian Football: AIFF keen to open FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence
-Sporting News - Tue Mar 28 20:33:50 EDT 2017
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) have begun doing groundwork in order to open a Federation International de Football Association (FIFA) Medical Centre of Excellence in Indi...
Oneal Ron Morris, accused of injecting Fix-a-Flat tire sealant and other fluids into her customers, said at her sentencing she was victimized by the media. March 28 (UPI) -- A woma...
In the movie adaption of John Grisham’s novel The Firm, Tom Cruise’s character shouts at a frustrated FBI agent played by Ed Harris, that what Cruise has offered Harris is “not ---...
Why Cellect Biotechnology Ltd. (APOP) Stock Is Soaring Today
-InvestorPlace - Mon Mar 27 14:03:29 EDT 2017
Cellect Biotechnology Ltd. (NASDAQ:) is up 74% to start the week after the little-known biotech completed its first stem cell transplant in Phase I/II trial. Today’s gains giv...
A 3D model of the female reproductive system created by Chicago researchers could pave the way to improved drug delivery and personalized medicine. The device, called Evatar, is a ...
Prison fits mass merchant of bad-medicine deaths | Editorial
-NJ.com - Sun Mar 26 05:03:20 EDT 2017
For more than 600 New Jersey families, this past week's conviction of Barry Cadden in a Boston courtroom brings some degree of justice after an ugly incident that demonstrates the ...
“President Trump, come on board,” Sanders told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union.” “Let's work together. Let's end the absurdity of Americans paying by far the highest prices ...
We’re losing our hearing. And it’s only going to get worse.
-Post Bulletin - Mon Mar 27 05:39:52 EDT 2017
A Johns Hopkins study published earlier this month found that, as Americans age, more of them are expected to suffer from hearing loss. Researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine in B...
Roche MS drug Ocrevus approved by FDA after 3-month delay
-Reuters - Tue Mar 28 17:12:08 EDT 2017
March 28 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday approved Roche Holding AG's multiple sclerosis (MS) drug Ocrevus, putting the potential blockbuster drug back on tra...
Syria conflict: 'Deal reached' for four besieged areas
-BBC News - Wed Mar 29 02:12:19 EDT 2017
A deal has been reached to allow the evacuation of four besieged areas in Syria, reports say. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says residents of Foah and Kefraya, t...
Researchers make a spinach leaf pump like a human heart
-TechCrunch - Mon Mar 27 11:11:16 EDT 2017
Just when you thought it was safe to eat a salad researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute have shown that a decellularized spinach leaf can be turned into a vascular network ...
A ‘Period On A Chip’ Is The First Step To Better Medicine
-UPROXX - Tue Mar 28 11:01:00 EDT 2017
We like to think doctors are calm, knowledgeable scientists, but the reality is, 90% of the time, they’re winging it, and we still have gaps in medical knowledge that are nothing s...
After DUI, Pigman steps down from committee chair
-Tampa Bay Times - Tue Mar 28 08:11:12 EDT 2017
Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran announced Tuesday that Rep. Cary Pigman, R-Avon Park, was stepping down as chair of the House's Health Quality Subcommittee. It comes less th...
Dallas woman found guilty in 2015 injection death of client
-Fox News - Tue Mar 28 11:40:45 EDT 2017
DALLAS –  A jury has found a Dallas salon worker guilty of murder in the death of woman who was injected in the --- with industrial-grade silicone as part of an illegal c...
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