Master Doctor Search: Outbreak investigations
Chinese police probe kindergarten sex abuse and 'needlemark' claims
In the latest case to trigger parental outrage in China, police are investigating claims children were "sexually molested, pierced by needles and given unidentified pills".
31 minutes ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Basic Hemodynamic Monitoring Using Ultrasound or Electrical Cardiometry During Transportation of Neonates and Infants*
Objectives: Electrical cardiometry and heart ultrasound might allow hemodynamic evaluation during transportation of critically ill patients. Our aims were 1) to test...
1 hour ago - Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
New Study Launched Investigating the Impacts of Personal Genomic Testing
BWH researchers will try to understand the motivations and expectations of consumers of personal genomic services, the psychological and behavioral impact of these services...
3 hours ago - BWH
Flies could help to monitor disease outbreaks by acting as 'autonomous bionic drones' suggest scientists
Swarms of flies can be used to help monitor disease outbreaks, suggest scientists. This follows their research that shows how whole communities of bacteria - known as a...
9 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Hundreds sign up for Aveo class action
Hundreds of former Aveo residents have signed up for two separate class actions against the retirement village giant following a media investigation that uncovered a series of...
12 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Stay at home on Black Friday to avoid the measles outbreak
An outbreak was confirmed in Leeds and Liverpool on November 23. Manchester has also been put on high alert to look out for signs the life-threatening condition may have spread...
13 hours ago - Daily Mail
Miller's Guild customers infected with unusual Salmonella bug
The operational status of Miller's Guild in Seattle is unclear as county health officials apparently continue their investigation into foodborne illnesses among the...
18 hours ago - Food Safety
Safe mortuary care may be improved by applying common patient safety protocols
New research investigating serious incidents occurring in the management of patient remains after their death concludes that safe mortuary care may be improved by applying...
21 hours ago - News Medical
Postoperative bradycardia following adenotonsillectomy in children: Does intraoperative administration of dexmedetomidine play a role?
Dexmedetomidine is a novel pharmacologic agent that has become a frequently used adjunct during care of pediatric patients with obstructive sleep apnea undergoing...
1 day ago - International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Michael Flynn may be cooperating with Russia probe
Lawyers for Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, notified the president's legal team in recent days that they could no longer discuss the...
1 day ago - Sydney Morning Herald
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Avatars can help schizophrenia patients control
Kings College London researchers and schizophrenia patients used computers to fine-tune the voices of these avatars, so the patients could come face-to-face with their tormentors.
Test to calculate oral sex risk
More than three in four adults do not consider themselves at risk of mouth cancer, found a Oral Health Foundation survey. There are 7,500 UK cases each year - a rise of 68% in...
Remember, and even control, your dreams with 3 easy steps to lucid dreaming
A study published online in the journal Dreaming has revealed that a combination of several techniques may help increase the likelihood of experiencing lucid dreams. Lucid...
New cancer treatment using survivor's sells to be tested
A radical new cancer treatment inspired by patients who seem to ‘shrug off' the disease could be tested next year. 'Neutrophil' cells are may be a key reason why cancers are...
Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine for Cancer Treatment
Antimalarial drugs, chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine could support cancer treatments in two-pronged attack by making tumor cells sensitive to treatment.
New Method Can Kill Cancer Cells Without Destroying Healthy Cells
A new method discovered can now target just the abnormal T-cells without destroying any of the healthy T-cells and can also lead to new treatment options.
Frequency of Cancer Recurrence in Cancer Survivors
Patients diagnosed with new cancer who have a history of cancer may be excluded from clinical trials and underrepresented in research.
Babies Can Tell How Badly You Want to Achieve A Goal
Babies as old as 10 months old can determine the value of a goal by observing people as to how hard they work to achieve that goal.
Genetic Factors Puts Individuals at High Risk for Stenosis, Says Study
Genetic and ethnic background may be underlying factors to acquired laryngotracheal stenosis , says study.
Scientists discover how common alcohol found in wine can kill cancer tumors
A new jelly-like implant filled with pure alcohol may show potential in addressing tumor growth and subsequent cancer onset, a study reveals. A team of researchers at the Duke...