Vitamin D deficiency and clinical outcomes related to septic shock in children with critical illness: a systematic review
5 monthes ago - By European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Vitamin D deficiency and clinical outcomes related to septic shock in children with critical illness: a systematic review Vitamin D deficiency and clinical outcomes related to septic shock in children with critical illness: a systematic review, Published online: 13 July 2018; doi:10.1038/s41430-018-0249-0 Vitamin D deficiency and clinical outcomes related to septic shock in children with critical illness: a systematic review
Read more ...
Search by Tags
The headlines of Master Doctor
Number of American Teens Who Vape is Growing at an Alarming Rate: Survey
The number of American teenagers who vape is increasing at an alarming rate, finds a new survey.
School-based Nutritional Programs Can Reduce Obesity in Students
School-based nutritional policies and programs can reduce body mass index and cut down obesity risk among students, reveals a new study.
Early Follow-up Decreases Death Risk, Hospital Admission in Heart Failure...
Heart failure patients have a decreased risk of death, hospital admission if seen by a doctor in the first seven days after emergency department discharge, finds a new study.
Front-of-Package Food Labels Encourage Healthier Eating: Study
Nutrition labels on front of food packaging can promote healthier food choices, reports a new study.
Excess Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines: New Study
Misuse of benzodiazepines among U.S adults is on the rise for anxiety and sleeplessness which could be reduced by behavioral treatment
New Ways to Overcome Drug Resistance in Cancer to be identified Soon
Cancer cells are developing resistance to many drugs. New drugs targeting multi-drug resistant protein could address this issue
Weight Training: Low Reps or High Reps for Weight Loss?
Cardio burns more calories than weight training, so you should do more cardio to lose weight, right? It's true that unless you're doing low-intensity cardio, you burn more...
Exercise is Good for Your Brain but What Type is Best?
Chances are, you don't exercise solely for the health of your brain. You do it to improve your body composition and the health of your heart, right? But, your brain benefits...
Obamacare Will 'Likely' Survive Judge's Ruling, Obama Tweets
He reassures Americans as he reminds people to sign up for the health care program before the deadline.
Study: PQQ may prevent and even reverse Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's disease may be one of the most fearsome health conditions common among the elderly. Imagine gradually losing your memory while your body weakens. But the risk of...