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18:06
06/06/2020
Universidade Johns Hopkins exclui Brasil do balanço global sobre coronavírus após governo mudar divulgação do boletim diário
Levantamento da instituição americana é referência no acompanhamento do avanço da pandemia da Covid-19 pelo mundo. Nesta sexta-feira (5), informativo brasileiro deixou de fornecer dados ...
16:15
06/06/2020
Amazon's top-selling face masks are nurse-approved: 'Exact same ones we use at the hospital'
At 50 for $28.50, they cost just 57 cents a pop. Best part? They're in stock....
15:17
06/06/2020
Giant stuffed animals are riding this famous California roller coaster during the coronavirus shutdown
The stuffed toys serve no other purpose but to "spread joy."...
15:15
06/06/2020
Podiatrists say these sneakers are supportive, we say they're cool—and they're on sale!
These Asics kicks are the perfect combination of chic and comfy....
13:48
06/06/2020
My super-picky pup tried Instagram’s favorite food for pooches. Here's her honest-to-dog take
Get 50 percent off your first box—and enjoy watching your pet become a member of the Clean Bowl Club....
12:00
06/06/2020
Initiative improves daily, discharge cleaning in long-term care facilities
A 3-month quality improvement initiative significantly increased the percentage of high-touch surfaces thoroughly cleaned throughout the day and at discharge in long-term care facilities in Brooklyn and Queens, NY, accor...
09:45
06/06/2020
Ridiculous sale: This super-speedy HP 14 Chromebook is just $330—$259 off!—but just for today
At 44 percent off, it comes bundled with an HP wireless mouse and various cool subscriptions....
09:30
06/06/2020
High-dose vitamin D does not reduce endoscopic recurrence of Crohn’s
For patients who underwent ileocolonic resection with ileocolonic anastomosis, high-dose vitamin D did not reduce the incidence of postoperative endoscopic or clinical recurrence of Crohn’s disease, according to re...
09:30
06/06/2020
VIDEO: Combined procedure effective in failed trabeculectomy cases
Juan Carlos Izquierdo, MD, discusses a study he presented looking at ab interno canaloplasty combined with ECP in patients with previous failed trabeculectomy at the virtual American Society of Cataract and Refractive Su...
09:00
06/06/2020
Top news on diet and the heart: The CV impact of coffee, salt, tofu and more
Healio and Cardiology Today have compiled a list of the top read news in CV and dietary health.Readers were most interested in the mortality risk of unfiltered coffee, the protective effects of tofu, the impact of alcoho...
08:00
06/06/2020
Best sales of the weekend: Ridiculous deals from Dyson, Bose, Apple, Nintendo, Puma, and more
Save big on the things you want for the summer like sandals and sneakers, plus tech like Bose headphones and Apple MacBook Pros—and lots more....
08:00
06/06/2020
NCCN Foundation presents young investigator awards
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network and NCCN Foundation announced five recipients of the 10th annual NCCN Foundation Young Investigator Awards.The honorees will receive up to $150,000 in funding over 2 years to stu...
08:00
06/06/2020
More pain catastrophizing before carpal tunnel release led to lower patient satisfaction
Patients with higher pain catastrophizing scores prior to carpal tunnel release experienced lower satisfaction at 12 months postoperatively, according to published results.Researchers collected DASH scores, EuroQol-5D sc...
07:20
06/06/2020
Casos de coronavírus e número de mortes no Brasil em 6 de junho
As secretarias estaduais de Saúde confirmam no país 659.114 casos do novo coronavírus (Sars-CoV-2), com 35.456 mortes. Veja os dados sobre o coronavírus no Brasil neste sábado (6), segu...
06:30
06/06/2020
Reduced certolizumab pegol dose feasible for patients across axSpA spectrum
Certolizumab pegol may be safely reduced in patients across the axial spondyloarthritis spectrum who have achieved sustained disease remission on a full dose of the drug, according to data presented at the EULAR 2020 E-C...
05:30
06/06/2020
US sues Chinese firm over half-million 'fake' N95 masks
The US Justice Department sued a Chinese company for selling nearly a half million fake and substandard N95 respirator to US buyers in April as the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country....
05:27
06/06/2020
More than 900 US virus deaths in past 24 hours: tracker
The coronavirus pandemic killed 922 people in the United States in the past 24 hours, according to figures released Friday by Johns Hopkins University....
05:26
06/06/2020
COVID-19 research scandal: Unwanted diversion during pandemic
The first research scandal of the coronavirus pandemic has created unnecessary distraction around the politically divisive drug hydroxychloroquine, scientists say, as questions swirl around the tiny health care company a...
05:21
06/06/2020
Interpreting DTC testing results imposes a major burden on genetics services
The increasing popularity of direct to consumer (DTC) genetic testing is having an impact on clinical genetics services, according to Australian researchers who will present their work to the 53rd annual conference of th...
05:21
06/06/2020
New identification of genetic basis of COVID-19 susceptibility will aid treatment
The clinical presentation of COVID-19 varies from patient to patient and understanding individual genetic susceptibility to the disease is therefore vital to prognosis, prevention, and the development of new treatments. ...
05:00
06/06/2020
Rússia certifica remédio ainda em testes contra a Covid-19; veja o que se sabe sobre o antiviral
Medicamento Avifavir, versão modificada de um antiviral experimental, deve chegar a hospitais russos na semana que vem. Substância original, que pode causar má formação em embriõe...
20:38
05/06/2020
Cannabis Misconceptions Still Common Among MS Clinicians
Despite important implications in the management of MS, clinicians often have little training or knowledge of the wide variations of cannabis. Medscape Medical News...
20:17
05/06/2020
This Nordstrom Rack sale is bonkers: Save up to 70 percent off everything!
For a limited time, score $30 off any purchase over $150 —no code required....
18:46
05/06/2020
Estonia tests virus 'immunity passport' app
Tech-savvy Estonia has developed an app that could serve as a kind of digital "immunity passport", allowing users with antibodies to show employers and others their reduced risk of spreading the coronavirus....
18:42
05/06/2020
COVID-19 Update: Hospital Walkout, #WhiteCoats4BlackLives
These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Medscape Medical News...
18:37
05/06/2020
CDC finds some Americans are still drinking and gargling bleach — here’s what you need to know
A new survey from the CDC found that one-third of participants were engaging in "high-risk" practices with cleaning products. Here's what you need to know to stay safe....
18:36
05/06/2020
Inspiring stories: Graduations, a virtual spelling bee and a 106-year-old coronavirus survivor that brought a smile to our faces this week
High schools across the country revise their graduation plans, while a 106-year-old celebrates her recovery from the coronavirus....
18:36
05/06/2020
Cord blood for stem cell transplant may outperform matched sibling donor
When a cancer patient needs a bone marrow transplant, there are four common donor sources: A matched related donor (sibling), a matched unrelated donor (from a donor database), a half-matched donor, or umbilical cord blo...
18:35
05/06/2020
Study identifies potential approach to treat severe respiratory distress in patients with COVID-19
Early data from a clinical study suggest that blocking the Bruton tyrosine kinase (BTK) protein provided clinical benefit to a small group of patients with severe COVID-19. Researchers observed that the off-label use of ...
18:30
05/06/2020
Antibiotic resistance associated with staphylococcal ocular isolates
Antibiotic resistance among commonly used topical antibiotics is significant, first author of the ARMOR study results told Healio/OSN.“The ARMOR surveillance study gives us an incredible view of eye infections over...
18:16
05/06/2020
Mom photographed breastfeeding at George Floyd protest says image has given her a bigger platform to 'advocate for police reform'
Kyla Carlos, a mother of four, says the protest was eye-opening for her 12-year-old daughter....
18:15
05/06/2020
Vaccine summit raises $8.8 billion for child vaccine programs
The Global Vaccine Summit, hosted virtually this week by the government of the United Kingdom, raised $8.8 billion in funding for programs to vaccinate 300 million children by 2025, according to Gavi, the Vaccine Allianc...
18:13
05/06/2020
11 Diabetes Dos: Your Type 2 Checklist
Your type 2 diabetes checklist includes, smart food choices, regular medical visits, monitoring your A1c, and more....
18:04
05/06/2020
Protesters Take Precautions as Experts Fear COVID Surge
Hundreds of thousands of Americans have defied orders designed to slow down the spread of the coronavirus and taken to the streets in protests sparked by anger, frustration, and sadness over the death of George Floyd. W...
17:47
05/06/2020
Allergy Telemedicine Effective, but Regulations Must Change
Allergists and immunologists dove into telemedicine 'overnight' when the COVID crisis started, and they like it, but regulations will need to change before its use becomes permanent. Medscape Medical News...
17:38
05/06/2020
Wheelchair dance team founder says practicing online keeps group connected during the pandemic: 'We adapt'
“Just because there's a pandemic going on doesn't mean we have to stop our goals," Rollettes founder Chelsie Hill tells Yahoo Life....
17:27
05/06/2020
COVID-19-Related Inflammatory Condition More Common in Black Kids
More evidence has linked the Kawasaki-like multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children to COVID-19 and suggests that black children have a greater risk of the condition. Medscape Medical News...
17:24
05/06/2020
Eating on the Go With Diabetes
Don't let a hectic life wreak havoc on your blood sugar. Try these expert tips to help you stick to a healthy eating plan....
17:19
05/06/2020
Residents Demand Changes in Advance of Second Wave of COVID-19
In Brooklyn, Brookdale Hospital residents staged a 'unity break' to protest the lack of their involvement in decision making and call for changes to hospital protocols. Medscape Medical News...
17:10
05/06/2020
Protesters Take Precautions as Experts Fear COVID Surge
As protesters take precautions to avoid getting infected with COVID-19 when they attend demonstrations, public health officials around the country worry they’re going to see more coronavirus cases and hospitalizati...
16:29
05/06/2020
OMS divulga novas orientações para uso e fabricação de máscaras de pano contra a Covid-19
Entidade recomenda que todos usem máscaras em áreas onde o distanciamento social não é possível. Uso da máscara não dispensa, entretanto, outras medidas de saúde p&...
16:27
05/06/2020
Got WiFi dead spots at home? Amazon's best-selling WiFi network extender is 33 percent off—just $20
Save $10 on this gadget and never be too far from the router again....
16:26
05/06/2020
Artificial intelligence detects COVID-19 for the first time in US
Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai created the first algorithm of its kind in the United States to use artificial intelligence, combined with CT imaging of lungs and clinical data, to detect COVID...
16:26
05/06/2020
Nursing Homes a Hotspot for COVID-19 Deaths
It's a grim fact: In many U.S. states, the bulk of coronavirus deaths have occurred in long-term care facilities, a new study finds....
16:20
05/06/2020
Daily Practices for Type 1 Diabetes Control
The bedrock of type 1 diabetes treatment is insulin therapy, but your lifestyle choices are also a crucial part of your treatment....
16:04
05/06/2020
Everytown Wants You to Wear Orange for Gun Violence Awareness This Weekend
The recent shootings of unarmed Black people shine an even brighter light on the urgency for gun control in this country....
16:02
05/06/2020
This Dyson air purifier—$100 off right now—combats the toxic combo of heat waves and air pollution
The Dyson Pure Cool TP01 is a dynamo at air purification—and a great addition to your smart home....
16:00
05/06/2020
?The price is right: Sony’s top-rated wireless headphones are just $38 right now
Save nearly 40 percent on these beloved cordless headphones at Amazon....
15:37
05/06/2020
Shoppers are swapping their PopSockets for this versatile $10 phone ring: 'Can’t get any better'
The Fitfort Phone Ring Holder has amassed 4.6 stars and nearly 14,800 glowing reviews on Amazon....
15:36
05/06/2020
US counties with highest COVID-19 burden have few, no ID physicians
Most of the US counties with the greatest number of COVID-19 cases have few, or no, infectious disease physicians, according to findings in Annals of Internal Medicine.“The study was prompted when, during our surge...
15:30
05/06/2020
RPE cell transplant therapy shows signs of retinal regeneration in early results
A patient enrolled in a phase 1/2a study of OpRegen for dry age-related macular degeneration showed signs of retinal tissue regeneration, according to a press release.After retinal pigment epithelium cell transplantation...
15:26
05/06/2020
Does Drug Touted by Trump Work on COVID-19? After Data Debacle, We Still Don't Know
Scientists are resuming COVID-19 trials of the now world-famous drug hydroxychloroquine, as confusion continues to reign about the anti-malarial hailed by US President Donald Trump as a potential 'game changer' in fighti...
15:26
05/06/2020
Protesters Should 'Highly Consider' Coronavirus Tests, US Health Official Says
A top US health official cautioned on Thursday that protests sweeping across the country could increase the spread of the novel coronavirus, particularly in cities that have struggled to control the outbreak, and that pa...
15:25
05/06/2020
US Doctors Group Sues FDA for Limiting Access to Drug Touted by Trump for COVID-19
A group of conservative US doctors has sued the Food and Drug Administration for limiting use of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19, arguing that the therapy should be made widely available to fight the pan...
15:21
05/06/2020
How the black community can prioritize mental health in the wake of George Floyd's killing, protests and ongoing racist violence
A mental health expert and a wellness influencer detail ways the black community can take care of mental and emotional well-being....
15:15
05/06/2020
Today only: Amazon's bestselling digital photo frame is on sale— and will arrive in time for Father's Day
This gift-worthy gadget lets you update photos and add music remotely. Save 30 percent till midnight....
15:11
05/06/2020
Central Park birder Christian Cooper revisits his career as a pioneering LGBTQ writer at Marvel Comics
“It was really a dream come true to work there,” he tells Yahoo Entertainment. “I’d been a Marvel guy since I was a little kid. For anyone who is into comics and they get a chance to work at Marve...
15:08
05/06/2020
Bookmark these brands that are donating to anti-racist groups like Black Lives Matter and the NAACP
These corporations, from Amazon and Airbnb to Lululemon and Levi’s, has announced major monetary donations to groups ranging from Black Lives Matter to the NAACP....
15:06
05/06/2020
FDA approves Recarbrio for hospital-acquired, bacterial pneumonia
The FDA approved Merck’s Recarbrio today, a three-drug combination antibiotic injection for the treatment of hospital-acquired pneumonia, or HABP, and ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia, or VABP, in patients...
15:03
05/06/2020
AstraZeneca Targets 2 Bln Doses, Poor Countries With COVID Vaccine Deals
British drugmaker AstraZeneca has doubled manufacturing capacity for its potential coronavirus vaccine to 2 billion doses in two deals involving Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates that guarantee early supply to lower-incom...
15:02
05/06/2020
Vaccines Group Raises $8.8 Bln for Immunisation Plans for Poor Countries
The GAVI vaccines alliance said on Thursday it had raised $8.8 billion from international donor governments, companies and philanthropic foundations to fund its immunisation programmes through to 2025. Reuters Health In...
15:01
05/06/2020
Important mental health updates to read during LGBT Pride Month
The month of June marks LGBT Pride Month, and in conjunction with this observance, Healio Psychiatry has compiled a list of articles covering recent developments in LGBT mental health research.As more teens identify as s...
15:00
05/06/2020
Microglia in the olfactory bulb have a nose for protecting the brain from infection
Researchers at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), a part of the National Institutes of Health, have identified a specific, front-line defense that limits the infection to the olfactory b...
14:59
05/06/2020
Aerobic fitness level has implications in weight loss maintenance
Improvement in aerobic capacity led to a greater percentage of weight loss in select populations, according to data scheduled to be presented at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting.ACP cancelled its annual meeting because ...
14:53
05/06/2020
Physical activity, CAC scores improve risk prediction in older patients
Incorporating a question about physical activity with coronary artery calcium scoring improved prediction of clinical and mortality risk in older patients, researchers reported.“Our findings should incentivize phys...
14:47
05/06/2020
New report examines challenges and implications of false-negative COVID-19 tests
As communities across the U.S. have struggled to cope with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have focused on the lack of widespread testing as a major barrier to safely reopening the country. As progress has bee...
14:46
05/06/2020
Upadacitinib superior to abatacept for DMARD-refractory RA
Data presented at the EULAR 2020 E-Congress demonstrated that upadacitinib was superior to abatacept at improving the signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis among patients with inadequate response to, or intolerance ...
14:35
05/06/2020
My Diabetes Journey: Inspiring Myself to Inspire Others
Read about one woman's journey of learning to live with type 2 diabetes....
14:34
05/06/2020
Exercise levels can help doctors predict risk of heart disease and death among elderly
Asking elderly patients how much they exercise can help predict their risk of heart disease and death, Mount Sinai and collaborative researchers say. Their study, published in the Monday, June 5, issue of Mayo Clinic Pro...
14:34
05/06/2020
AAOS Registry Program to collect COVID-19 data through existing registries
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Registry Program announced it will be collecting COVID-19 data through the capture of the ICD-10 code for a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis.Enabled across each of the AAOS regist...
14:33
05/06/2020
New killing mechanism discovered in 'game-changing' antibiotic
Scientists at the University of Liverpool and University of Utrecht have taken another step forward on their quest to develop a viable drug based on teixobactin—a new class of potent natural antibiotic capable of k...
14:31
05/06/2020
Acute kidney injury and end stage kidney disease in severe COVID-19
Germany was not hit as hard by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic as many other European countries. The reason for this is that the wave of infection reached Germany later, that the authorities were warned by the situation in Italy...
14:30
05/06/2020
Acute stress disorder: How can you help a loved one?
You can take steps to help a loved one cope with stress brought on by a traumatic event, whether it's a result of an accident, violence of any kind—such as an assault; verbal, physical, domestic or sexual abuse; or...
14:30
05/06/2020
Are kidney transplant patients at higher risk? The European experience
Experience throughout the world, including in Europe, shows that advanced age is the most important risk factor for death in COVID-19: people aged over 70 years are over 10 times more likely to die compared to those aged...
14:27
05/06/2020
Analysis of Seattle EMS and hospital data indicates low COVID infection risk from bystander CPR
Analysis of Seattle emergency medical services (EMS) and hospital data from January 1 to April 15, 2020, indicates bystander CPR is a lifesaving endeavor whose benefits outweigh the risks of COVID-19 infection, according...
14:25
05/06/2020
Racial differences seen in time to treatment for melanoma
(HealthDay)—Black patients are more likely to experience a longer delay from diagnosis to surgery versus white patients with melanoma, according to a study recently published in the Journal of the American Academy ...
14:25
05/06/2020
Opioid Use Up After TNF Inhibitor for Inflammatory Arthritis
Opioid prescriptions increased after patients with inflammatory arthritis started TNF inhibitor therapy, new research shows, suggesting that other pain treatments and techniques should be considered. Medscape Medical Ne...
14:20
05/06/2020
Teens can donate blood, but may need iron supplements after
(HealthDay)—Teens who donate blood are at significant risk for long-term iron deficiency, a new study warns....
14:17
05/06/2020
Belimumab plus standard therapy 'significantly improves' lupus nephritis renal response
Data from the largest lupus nephritis study to date suggested that belimumab plus standard therapy “significantly improves” renal response compared with standard therapy alone, according to data presented at ...
14:14
05/06/2020
Could Heartburn Med Pepcid Ease COVID-19 Symptoms?
Famotidine, sold under the brand name Pepcid, appeared to improve symptoms in a group of 10 patients diagnosed with COVID-19, researchers reported online June 4 in the journal Gut....
14:12
05/06/2020
Low socioeconomic status may explain more than half of excess risk for MI, CHD death
U.S. adults of low socioeconomic status experienced double the incidence of MI and CHD-related deaths than individuals of higher status, but less than half of excess events were attributable to traditional risk factors.T...
14:10
05/06/2020
UK's official virus-related death toll surpasses 40,000
The U.K. became the second country to officially record more than 40,000 coronavirus-related deaths as more than 100 scientists wrote to the British government on Friday to urge it to reconsider lifting virus lockdown re...
14:00
05/06/2020
Pets are major pandemic stress reducers
(HealthDay)—June is time for people to bond with their pets, the American Heart Association says....
14:00
05/06/2020
EU wants borders free of virus restrictions by end of June
Europe could have its free travel zone up and running again by the end of this month, but travelers from further afield will not be allowed in before July, a European Union commissioner said Friday after talks among the ...
13:57
05/06/2020
Can't stand the heat? Save a cool $40 on this wireless indoor/outdoor fan today only
The lightweight Geek Aire 12" Rechargeable Water-Resistant Fan with LED Light goes wherever you go....
13:55
05/06/2020
WHO encourages masks where virus widespread, distancing tough
The World Health Organization on Friday updated guidance on wearing facemasks during the coronavirus pandemic, encouraging their use in crowded situations in places where the new coronavirus is widespread....
13:53
05/06/2020
Antipsychotic May Fill Schizophrenia Treatment Need
Adjunctive treatment with the atypical antipsychotic pimavanserin is associated with marked improvement in patients with schizophrenia who have predominantly negative symptoms, new research suggests. Medscape Medical N...
13:52
05/06/2020
Pets: Big Pandemic Stress Reducers
Pets help lower work-related stress. For 2 out of 3 employees, work stresses them out, and for 40% their job affects their health. Pets at work may help reduce stress, increase productivity and boost employee satisfactio...
13:50
05/06/2020
COVID-19 mortality alarmingly high in dialysis patients
Spain is one of the European countries besides the UK and Italy that was particularly hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic in March. Early on, it was not possible to predict the extent of the outbreak. The first case in ...
13:50
05/06/2020
New tool employs air travel data to predict global spread of COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic enters a new phase, punctuated by emerging hot spots and continuing global spread, a new analytical tool developed by RAND Corporation researchers allows policymakers to predict regional risks of...
13:49
05/06/2020
Genomic surveillance of antibiotic resistance in the Philippines established
Antibiotic resistance surveillance in the Philippines has moved into the genomic era, enabling better tracking of dangerous bacteria. Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Pathogen Surveillance (CGPS housed at the Wellco...
13:48
05/06/2020
African Countries Secure 90 Million Coronavirus Test Kits for Next Six Months
African countries have secured 90 million test kits for the novel coronavirus for the next six months, a regional disease control body said on Thursday, urging states and donors to boost testing capabilities on the conti...
13:42
05/06/2020
Coronavirus Daily Digest: June 5, 2020
A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19...
13:37
05/06/2020
Estudo de Oxford com 1,5 mil pacientes não encontra benefícios em tratar Covid-19 com hidroxicloroquina e ensaio é suspenso
Decisão foi comunicada nesta sexta-feira (5) por cientistas dos ensaios 'Recovery', que envolvem 11 mil pacientes em todo o Reino Unido. Cientistas da Universidade de Oxford, que lideram um estudo sobre tratamento...
13:29
05/06/2020
Something in the water: Environmental pollutant may be more hazardous than previously thought
Sometimes toxins, such as hazardous wastes and industrial byproducts, seep into groundwater, the source of our drinking water. One such pollutant is perchlorate, a chemical compound used in rocket fuels, fireworks, ferti...
13:27
05/06/2020
'Psychological Distress' Tripled During Pandemic
Overall, psychological distress more than tripled between 2018 and this spring -- from 4% of U.S. adults in 2018 to 14% in April....
13:26
05/06/2020
COVID-19 safety recommendations, aim to reduce deaths among elderly in nursing homes
Seeking to address estimates that more than a third of COVID-19 deaths nationally have occurred in nursing homes and long-term care facilities—more than 38,000—the American Medical Directors Association publi...
13:25
05/06/2020
Hospitalized COVID-19 patients with diabetes represent more than 20 percent of ICU population
The COVID-19 pandemic presents new challenges for clinicians caring for infected patients with diabetes, according to new guidance published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism....
13:25
05/06/2020
Wearable brain scanner technology expanded for whole head imaging
Scientists from the University of Nottingham developed an initial prototype of a new generation of brain scanner in 2018 which is a lightweight device that can be worn on the head like a hat, and can scan the brain even ...
13:25
05/06/2020
Newest Oral DMTs Haven't Yet Made a Big Impact in the MS World
The three oral disease-modifying therapies for MS approved last year in the United States haven't made a big splash in the marketplace, according to a study of neurologists' prescribing patterns. Medscape Medical News...
13:23
05/06/2020
Protecting the neuronal architecture
Protecting nerve cells from losing their characteristic extensions, the dendrites, can reduce brain damage after a stroke. Neurobiologists from Heidelberg University have demonstrated this by means of research on a mouse...
13:21
05/06/2020
Youth-inspired program increases bike helmet use by urban children
To reduce the number of traumatic brain injuries in children, a team of health care professionals at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is urging emerg...
13:20
05/06/2020
Presumed consent helpful for increasing transplants in Spain, but challenges remain
Spain has had a significant increase in organ transplants since adopting a presumed consent policy 40 years ago, but policy changes have been required to sustain deceased donor levels, according to a speaker.The Organiza...
13:20
05/06/2020
Ribociclib in breast cancer: Added benefit for certain women after menopause
In 2017 and 2019, the German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) had already examined the advantages and disadvantages of ribociclib in combination with an aromatase inhibitor or fulvestrant in co...
13:20
05/06/2020
More evidence of no survival benefit in COVID-19 patients receiving hydroxychloroquine
A study of electronic medical records from US Veterans Health Administration medical centers has found that hydroxychloroquine—with or without azithromycin—did not reduce the risk of ventilation or death and ...
13:20
05/06/2020
Gut research delves deeper into obesity problems
By delving deeper into metabolism problems, the research team has found that the nutrient sensing capacity of Enterochromaffin (EC) cells—which line the gastrointestinal tract and are the source of almost all serot...
13:17
05/06/2020
Make your jewelry shine like new with these surprising tips
These easy tricks will make your jewelry sparkle like new, using items you already have at home....
13:10
05/06/2020
US Renal Care names new CEO
Following a national search of candidates led by an executive search firm, dialysis service provider U.S. Renal Care has named Mark Caputo as its new CEO, according to a company press release.The release described Caputo...
13:09
05/06/2020
US Working With Manufacturers to Boost Flu Vaccine Availability, Top Official Says
The US government is working with drugmakers to maximize availability of influenza vaccines, worried that a substantial flu season on top of another wave of the novel coronavirus could swamp the healthcare system this fa...
13:07
05/06/2020
Europe Pins Hopes on Smarter Coronavirus Contact Tracing Apps
European countries cautiously emerging from the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic are looking to a second generation of contact tracing apps to help contain further outbreaks. Reuters Health Information...
13:07
05/06/2020
For Venezuelans, a Key Obstacle for Handwashing During Pandemic: No Running Water
After going two months without running water at her home on the outskirts of Venezuela's capital Caracas, Mara Loyo stores it whenever it becomes available, in pots, pans, and even tablespoons. Reuters Health Informatio...
13:06
05/06/2020
'This Is Not New York': Mexico President Defends Coronavirus Response
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended his government's handling of the coronavirus on Thursday after official data showed new deaths for a 24-hour period surging to an all-time high. Reuters Health Info...
13:06
05/06/2020
Egypt to Prosecute Doctor, Father Over Genital Cutting of Three Girls
Egyptian authorities have said they will prosecute the father of three girls who they say were tricked into undergoing female genital mutilation (FGM) and the doctor who performed the surgery. Reuters Health Information...
13:04
05/06/2020
DIY COVID Tests Work Fine, Less Discomfort: Study
A new study finds a much more comfortable swab test, performed by patients themselves, works just as well....
12:51
05/06/2020
Black Children Hit Especially Hard by COVID-19
Black children appear to be particularly vulnerable to the rare but severe inflammatory syndrome striking kids with COVID-19, research suggests....
12:44
05/06/2020
COVID-19: Loss of Smell, Taste Might Be Long-Term
Doctors are concerned that for some COVID-19 survivors, their senses of smell and taste will never get back to normal....
12:43
05/06/2020
Nurse-led care noninferior to standard of care for patients with RA
Rheumatology care led by a nurse or other ‘rheumatological assistant’ was shown to be as effective as standard of care for patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Germany, which is dealing with a critical short...
12:35
05/06/2020
Dosing protocol could reduce ‘aberrant opioid behavior’ risk in pediatric surgery patients
A standard opioid dosing protocol reduced the average number of prescribed doses at discharge among pediatric orthopedic surgery patients, according to recently presented results.The protocol, which is based on perceived...
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05/06/2020
From fraudulent face mask sites to fake charities, 2020 has become 'the perfect storm' for online scams
Large-scale distraction is fertile ground for identity and credit card theft — here are five emerging scams to be aware of....
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05/06/2020
Top in GI: Bleeding risk with aspirin, dietary gluten and IBD
Data from Digestive Disease Week showed that aspirin nearly doubled the risk for serious upper gastrointestinal bleeds in older adults. It was the top story in gastroenterology last week.Another top story was about a stu...


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