Were U.S. Diplomats Attacked in Cuba? Brain Study Deepens Mystery
Medical study of diplomats who reported odd ailments suggests “something happened to the brain.” But the cause is still unclear.
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Spyropoulos Wins Society for Pediatric Research Fellows' Basic Research Award
Fotios Spyropoulos, MD, of the Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, was awarded a Fellows' Basic Science Award from the Society for Pediatric Research for his project...
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SGLT2 inhibitors may have great potential in reducing HF in diabetes
SAN ANTONIO - Several studies on SGLT2 inhibitors have shown that they may be able to reduce HF in patients with diabetes, according to a presentation at the American Society...
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Porvair Sciences extends ultra-clean deep well plate range
Porvair Sciences has extended its sample storage and collection range with the introduction of 5 new deep well microplates.
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American Cancer Society honors UCI Health chief of hematology and oncology
Edward L. Nelson, MD, chief of hematology/oncology at UCI Medical Center, will be recognized as the Medical Honoree at the American Cancer Society Celebration of Life - Drive...
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Researchers find animals in salad discoveries not as rare as believed
Most reports of animals being found in fresh produce involved frogs, according to a University of Illinois study. More than 50 percent of 40 incidents involved frogs, but...
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Continuation of community-wide HIV testing could lead to reductions in new HIV cases
Continuation of community-wide HIV testing and prompt initiation of treatment as delivered in the HPTN 071 study in South Africa and Zambia could lead to substantial reductions...
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Ginseng phytonutrient Ginsenoside Rg3 effective against hepatocellular carcinoma
Researchers from Sichuan University and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College evaluated the bioactive compound ginsenoside Rg3, a component...
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VIDEO: Health economics 101 for the cardiologist
SAN ANTONIO - In this video exclusive, Seth J. Baum, MD, FACC, FACPM, FAHA, FNLA, FASPC, chief medical officer of Excel Medical Clinical Trials, clinical affiliate professor of...
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University of Arizona Cancer Center appoints associate director for basic sciences
Joann Sweasy, PhD, has been appointed associate director for basic sciences at University of Arizona Cancer Center. In this role, she will develop and promote research for the...
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Malaria Resistant to First Line Drugs Spreading in Asia
New study reveals the importance of ongoing genomic surveillance to inform public health malaria control strategies.
Paleo Diet Could Raise Your Risk of Heart Disease
People who follow the paleo diet or caveman diet have twice the amount of a key blood biomarker associated closely with heart disease, finds a new study.
Affordability of Healthy Vs Unhealthy Foods Leads to Malnutrition Obesity
A new study shows that the affordability of both healthy and unhealthy foods varies significantly and systematically around the world.
Helicopter Transport for Stroke Patients Reduces Time to Surgery: Study
Transferring a patient through a helicopter ambulance to a hospital that can perform a thrombectomy will more likely provide the patient with the best chance of recovering from...
Suicides, Overdose Deaths Increase Due to Workplace Injuries
A study shows that a workplace injury can almost triple the combined risk of suicide and overdose death among women, and increases the risk by 50 percent among men.
Molecular Component in Cilantro can Reduce Seizures: Study
New study explains the molecular action of cilantro as a highly potent KCNQ channel activator that can prevent convulsions.
Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Linked to Increased Length of Stay Due to Poverty
Prenatal exposure to opioids due to addiction of mothers to these substances leads to withdrawal symptoms in neonates, and there is longer hospital stay due to poverty in these...
Watch Out: Obstructive Sleep Apnea can Make Depression Treatment Ineffective
Depression treatment can be less effective or ineffective due to obstructive sleep apnea , reveals a new study.
Delay in Chemotherapy After Breast Cancer Surgery may Reduce Survival
Breast cancer patients with delayed treatment are shown to have poor survival rates. The delay, a quality measure is defined as greater than 120 days from breast cancer...
Exosomes may Hold the Key to Diagnosing, Treating Developmental Brain Disorders
Exosomes are small vesicles secreted by all cells in the brain may hold the answer to diagnosing and treating developmental brain disorders, reveals a new study.