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Here's how stress may be making you sick
-Medical Xpress - Wed Jan 10 13:03:54 EST 2018
Adam Moeser, an endowed chair and associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University, specializes in stress-induced diseases. Credit: Michigan S...
Jan 9 (Reuters) - Roche Holding Ag: * SYAPSE ENTERS STRATEGIC COLLABORATION WITH ROCHE TO ADVANCE PRECISION MEDICINE IN ONCOLOGY * SYAPSE SAYS CO AND ROCHE WILL WORK JOINTLY TO DEV...
Stigma continues to hamper response to opioid epidemic | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Wed Jan 10 13:03:48 EST 2018
Efforts to reverse the nation's opioid epidemic remain beset by the stigma associated with drug use, a group of OHSU researchers write in a year-end review. The stigma continues de...
New Rochelle, NY, January 9, 2018-- This invited commentary references a preliminary study in which the integrative medicine technique known as CranioSacral Therapy (CST) was teste...
Study suggests risk management approach to combat EMS fatigue
-Medical Xpress - Fri Jan 12 10:04:43 EST 2018
Extended shift work has historically been linked to interrupted sleep patterns and risk of injury, and is a persistent problem for emergency medical services (EMS) personnel who ar...
Gene changes caused by a given infection are marked as slices of the pie. Shared genomic changes between patients with influenza alone (red), human rhinovirus alone (green) or both...
Cool things to do in Huntsville, Jan. 14 - 20 | AL.com
-AL - Sun Jan 14 04:04:06 EST 2018
DHI ANNIVERSARY What would downtown Huntsville be like in 2018 without DHI? Not nearly as fun or interesting, that’s for sure. Downtown Huntsville Inc., led by CEO Chad Emerson, is...
A new drug capsule could one day allow once-a-week antiretroviral therapy for HIV rather than daily. The slow-release capsule could revolutionize HIV treatment delivery, combating ...
kare11.com | The 4 things you'll buy on Amazon in 2028
-KARE11 - Wed Jan 10 04:00:58 EST 2018
According to TIME magazine, the world of Amazon as a shopping experience is greatly expanding. Not only can you get food, goods and technology, but Amazon is branching out into sev...
Geriatric patients seen by transitional care nurses in the emergency department (ED) are less likely to be admitted to the hospital, according to a study conducted at the Icahn Sch...
Geriatric patients seen by transitional care nurses in the emergency department (ED) are less likely to be admitted to the hospital, according to a study conducted at the Icahn Sch...
By Andy Coghlan Screening the DNA of nearly 5700 Jewish people has identified a gene that helps determine a person’s risk of developing Crohn’s disease. Different mutations in the ...
Does an exploding brain network cause chronic pain?
-Medical Xpress - Fri Jan 12 10:04:42 EST 2018
A new study finds that patients with fibromyalgia have brain networks primed for rapid, global responses to minor changes. This abnormal hypersensitivity, called explosive synchron...
ST. LOUIS -- Two security guards shot and killed a 46-year-old man who was wielding a knife inside a St. Louis cancer center Thursday morning, reports CBS affiliate KMOV. Police sa...
PrettyMuch performs 'No More' live on 'GMA' Video - ABC News
-ABC News - Mon Jan 15 10:18:23 EST 2018
How do you know my history. Accidents here up and coming void and created by none other than Simon Cowell. Guys Rolling Stone has named these guys ones to watch in 2008 seen here. ...
In Spain, a prisoner literally woke up from his death bed. Gonzalo Montoya Jiménez, 29, was declared dead by three different doctors, but woke up hours before his scheduled autopsy...
Ellen Degeneres | Ellen Degeneres' father has died | Contactmusic.com
-Contact Music - Thu Jan 11 16:03:57 EST 2018
The 59-year-old television talk show host revealed during an emotional segment of 'The Ellen Degeneres Show' on Thursday (11.01.18), that her father Elliot has passed away at the a...
MINNEAPOLIS - This year's flu season is widely regarded by medical professionals as one of the worst in recent memory. Here in Minnesota, there's an added variable this flu season,...
Philadelphia, Jan. 10, 2018 - Defects in mitochondria, the tiny structures that power our cells by functioning as biological batteries, cause an array of complex, often life-threat...
A new study that seeks to better ascertain HIV mortality rates in Zambia could provide a model for improved national and regional surveillance approaches, and ultimately, more effe...
Nowadays, melanoma and lung cancer can be combatted effectively through immunotherapy, which makes targeted use of the immune system’s normal function of regularly examining the bo...
Frozen embryos result in just as many live births in IVF
-Medical Xpress - Wed Jan 10 13:03:52 EST 2018
Freezing and subsequent transfer of embryos gives infertile couples just as much of a chance of having a child as using fresh embryos for in vitro fertilization (IVF), research fro...
Frozen embryos result in just as many live births in IVF | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Wed Jan 10 19:07:21 EST 2018
Freezing and subsequent transfer of embryos gives infertile couples just as much of a chance of having a child as using fresh embryos for in vitro fertilization (IVF), research fro...
Heart failure risk factors need a closer look
-Medical Xpress - Thu Jan 11 01:29:59 EST 2018
Assessing the risk of heart attack and stroke is a common practice among doctors and their patients; however, the risk factors for heart failure are not as clearly laid out or cons...
Bathrooms are getting smarter, for better or worse
-Engadget - Sat Jan 13 04:04:42 EST 2018
It's a little strange to tell someone to flush your toilet for you -- it feels oddly intimate and lazy. But there are benefits to having such an option. Germaphobes can avoid touch...
The lamprey looks about as different from a human as you can imagine. This fish has an eel-like, finless body, bulging eyes, and a circle of frankly horrifying teeth in place of a ...
For women using in vitro fertilization to have a child, using either fresh or frozen embryos have similar success rates for most women, according to an international team of resear...
Council may end sunscreen ban in D.C. schools - The Washington Post
-The Washington Post - Thu Jan 11 16:00:04 EST 2018
Sunscreen-clad scofflaws in D.C. schools could soon be law-abiding students if some District lawmakers have their way. A little-known provision in D.C. law prohibits students from ...
While taping on Jan. 11, Ellen DeGeneres revealed to her studio audience she her father Elliott DeGeneres passed away this week. “I mentioned yesterday, when I was talking about al...
Gun Terrorism Is the Deadliest Kind - Scientific American
-Scientific American - Thu Jan 11 04:34:24 EST 2018
Terrorist bombings garner a lot of news coverage—but gun assaults are often more coldly efficient. Although firearms are used in only a small fraction of terror strikes, a recent s...
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