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22:33
17/01/2020
'UroLeak 2020' Gave Early Look at Urology Match Results
Some medical students accessed their Urology Match Day results before the official release. Medscape Medical News...
21:50
17/01/2020
Como o bullying no trabalho pode afetar a sua saúde
Novas descobertas sugerem que sofrer bullying no trabalho não apenas nos afeta emocionalmente, mas também pode ter sérias consequências para nossa saúde. Dados mostraram que humilha&cced...
21:47
17/01/2020
China ameniza riscos de vírus que causa nova pneumonia, mas OMS prefere prudência
As autoridades de saúde locais tentaram tranquilizar a opinião pública nesta semana, afirmando que o risco de transmissão do vírus entre humanos, se não foi excluído, &eac...
21:24
17/01/2020
Sizzle me timbers! Amazon's best-selling air fryer is $20 off and going fast — 'Best purchase I’ve made all year!'
Make fries, not war—and snag this Cosori appliance for $20 off!...
21:22
17/01/2020
Walmart just launched an epic bedding sale—mattresses, sheets and more up to 70 percent off this weekend only
Get a full bedding set for $38, a heated mattress pad for $35 and even a plush $22 comforter....
21:17
17/01/2020
European Marketing of Picato Suspended While Skin Cancer Risk Reviewed
While the drug is still available in the US, the FDA says it is 'gathering data and information to investigate the safety concern related to Picato.' News Alerts...
21:08
17/01/2020
'Teacher of the Year' was nervous to kneel during anthem at college football championship: 'My leg was shaking'
Kelly Holstine, Minnesota's Teacher of the Year 2018 silently protested for marginalized communities....
20:55
17/01/2020
Too Old for New Heart? Germany Faces Dearth of Organ Donors
Siegfried Richtsteig has been waiting in hospital for more than 130 days for a heart that would allow him to do the things he enjoyed most, like playing with his grandchildren, before a stroke damaged the organ beyond re...
20:55
17/01/2020
Pharmacy Chains Sue Ohio Physicians Over Opioid Prescribing
The suit is in response to litigation against pharmacies by Ohio counties; individual physicians not named in the action. Medscape Medical News...
20:49
17/01/2020
Primary Aldosteronism Can Present as Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial fibrillation can be a presenting sign of primary aldosteronism in patients with hypertension, according to findings from the PAPPHY study. Reuters Health Information...
20:30
17/01/2020
Adverum reports significant progress with intravitreal gene therapy program
Adverum Biotechnologies has made significant progress in its lead clinical program for intravitreal gene therapy for retinal diseases, Leone Patterson, CEO and president, said at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.Rea...
20:15
17/01/2020
Cases of vaping-associated lung injury continue to decline
Newly reported cases of electronic cigarette- or vaping-associated lung injuries, or EVALI, in the United States continued to steadily decline, according to a new report from the CDC.However, data from this and another C...
20:07
17/01/2020
German Drug Assessment Body Not Convinced by Bayer's Cancer Drug Vitrakvi
Germany's drug assessment body said that data provided by Bayer on its precision cancer drug Vitrakvi did not provide clear enough evidence of benefits, in a setback to the drugmaker in its home market. Reuters Health I...
20:06
17/01/2020
Middle-aged men are binge-drinking at dangerously high levels
A new study from the CDC suggests that binge-drinking in the U.S. is on the rise, especially among middle-aged and older adults....
20:06
17/01/2020
EU Panel Confirms 4-Week Limit on High-Strength Estradiol Creams
The decision marks the third time the European Medicines Agency's safety committee has issued the controversial recommendation. News Alerts...
20:00
17/01/2020
US to test travelers for Chinese coronavirus at 3 airports
The CDC and Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection will begin carrying out heightened health screenings among travelers who arrive in the United States on direct and connecting flights from...
19:55
17/01/2020
Dasatinib improves outcomes vs. imatinib for pediatric ALL subset
Dasatinib appeared more effective than imatinib mesylate for treatment of children with Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia, according to results of a randomized phase 3 clinical trial published...
19:49
17/01/2020
Amazon's most insane deals of 2020 so far are here — shop now before they sell out
Save nearly $700 on a 65-inch 4K TV, get $60 off a Vitamix blender and so much more!...
19:39
17/01/2020
Could Your Fitbit Help Detect the Flu?
Research has shown that young men with fevers had increases in their resting heart rate of about 8.5 beats per minute (bpm) for about every 2-degree Fahrenheit increase in body temperature....
19:37
17/01/2020
Tailored Doses of Enoxaparin Better Prevent VTE After Cancer Surgery
Adjusting the doses of enoxaparin based on anti-Xa levels, instead of using standard doses, may better prevent venous thromboembolism (VTE) without worsening bleeding rates in patients undergoing abdominal cancer surgery...
19:32
17/01/2020
Bezlotoxumab Reduces Rates of Recurrent C. Diff Infection
The monoclonal antibody bezlotoxumab reduces the rate of recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection, according to findings from the MODIFY II trial. Reuters Health Information...
19:32
17/01/2020
WWII veteran, 104, asks strangers to send him Valentine’s Day cards: ‘I’ll save every one of them’
"I'll save every one of them," says the scrapbooking enthusiast....
19:21
17/01/2020
The 10 best deals you can't afford to miss out on this long weekend
Snag over $500 off a 55-inch Samsung 4K TV, get Apple AirPods for the lowest price since Black Friday, and much more!...
19:20
17/01/2020
Mom of 5 loses 159 pounds: ‘I was not going to die because I ate myself to death’
After reaching 325 pounds, a mom of 5 decided to lose weight by following the keto diet. "I absolutely took my life back," she says....
19:14
17/01/2020
US begins airport screenings as SARS-linked virus kills 2 in China
The US will begin screening passengers Friday arriving from a Chinese city at the heart of a mysterious SARS-linked virus, officials said, after an outbreak that has stricken dozens claimed a second life....
19:09
17/01/2020
Faking emotions at work does more harm than good
The adage "Fake it until you make it"—the idea that someone can fake a positive attitude to elicit real-life benefits—often backfires when used with co-workers, according to a study led by a University of Ari...
19:08
17/01/2020
CDC to Screen for Novel Coronavirus at Three US Airports
Symptom-based health screening of passengers entering the US on direct or connecting flights from Wuhan, China, will be conducted in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. Medscape Medical News...
18:43
17/01/2020
More physicians entering large, hospital-owned practices
More physicians are entering large or hospital-owned practices and leaving independent or smaller practices, according to findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.“The practice settings of newer physic...
18:29
17/01/2020
Why this weekend’s UFC extravaganza is just the ticket for chasing away winter blues—and save 25 percent on ESPN+
Bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu for only $13 per month!...
18:07
17/01/2020
Major Heart Organizations Now Led by Women
A growing number of female cardiologists are leading major heart organizations in 2020 in a field still largely dominated by men. Medscape Medical News...
17:48
17/01/2020
Physicians weigh risks, rewards of social media for clinical trial recruitment
Less than 5% of eligible adults participate in cancer clinical trials, even in the information age when more opportunities exist than ever before to raise awareness of these trials and facilitate patient recruitment.Rese...
17:30
17/01/2020
Phase 3 trial to investigate Port Delivery System in DME
Genentech and Roche initiated a phase 3 clinical trial to investigate the Port Delivery System with ranibizumab to treat patients with diabetic macular edema, according to a press release.The Port Delivery System (PDS) i...
17:26
17/01/2020
Kate Upton said ‘pressure’ to breastfeed her daughter ‘was sucking the energy away from me’
The 27-year-old model said that breastfeeding was exhausting....
17:21
17/01/2020
Disparity in critical care deaths persists in minority-serving hospitals
Hospitals that see fewer minority patients have experienced a downward trend in ICU deaths during the past decade, but the same has not been true for hospitals with larger minority populations, researchers reported in th...
17:18
17/01/2020
Could Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal departure have been written in the stars? This astrologer says yes
A major planetary transit could have predicted Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's decision....
17:03
17/01/2020
Cytovia partners with UCSF, New York Stem Cell Foundation to develop novel CAR-NK cell therapies
Cytovia Therapeutics announced research partnerships with both The New York Stem Cell Foundation Research Institute and University of California, San Francisco, for the development of induced pluripotent stem cell-derive...
17:02
17/01/2020
Mobile monitoring system improves depressive symptoms, patient-clinician communication
Patients who used a mobile monitoring system with clinician access experienced significant improvement in depressive symptoms and psychological health compared with those who received usual care, according to results of ...
17:02
17/01/2020
Coronavirus: new disease spreading in Asia revives SARS fears
After Thailand detected its second case of a mysterious SARS-linked virus this week following confirmed cases in China and Japan, here are a few key points about coronavirus....
17:01
17/01/2020
Human fetal lungs harbor a microbiome signature
The lungs and placentas of fetuses in the womb—as young as 11 weeks after conception—already show a bacterial microbiome signature, which suggests that bacteria may colonize the lungs well before birth. This ...
16:47
17/01/2020
Early glucocorticoid treatment in congenital adrenal hyperplasia may boost cognitive function
Children and adolescents with congenital adrenal hyperplasia, or CAH, diagnosed early via a neonatal screening program and treated with hydrocortisone had normal psychometric intelligence and executive function compared ...
16:45
17/01/2020
Confronting Racial Bias in Maternal Deaths
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed country, and African American women like Kira are overly affected...
16:45
17/01/2020
Are Doctors Throwing Away Potential Donor Kidneys?
Many of the donor kidneys that are discarded each year in the United States could instead be effectively transplanted, a large new study suggests....
16:44
17/01/2020
Psychiatric patients significantly more likely to be perpetrators and victims of violence
Patients with psychiatric disorders are significantly more likely to be victimized by or perpetrators of violence than those without psychiatric disorders, according to findings of a nationwide cohort study published in ...
16:42
17/01/2020
Cardinal Health Surgical Gowns May Not Be Sterile, FDA Warns
Facilities should immediately stop using Level 3 surgical gowns made by Cardinal Health, and PreSource procedural packs that contain the gowns, because of sterility concerns. News Alerts...
16:40
17/01/2020
Fish oil supplements might help men become dads
(HealthDay)—Couples struggling to get pregnant might want to add a little more fish in their diet, a new study says....
16:30
17/01/2020
Sepsis Causes Far More Deaths Than Thought
Sepsis kills more than twice as many people worldwide as once believed, and children in poor regions account for an excessive number of such deaths, researchers say....
16:30
17/01/2020
Lack of self-exams hampers early melanoma identification
(HealthDay)—The biggest obstacle to early detection and treatment of melanoma among residents of rural, frontier communities is a chronic lack of skin self-examination (SSE), according to a study recently published...
16:20
17/01/2020
Do you take warfarin? Time of day might not matter
(HealthDay)—Patients taking the blood thinner warfarin have been told that it should be taken at night, but a new study found the time of day doesn't matter....
16:20
17/01/2020
Before grabbing a grapefruit, understand its power
Grapefruit looks sweet and friendly, but you might have heard it possesses powers far beyond those of ordinary produce....
16:18
17/01/2020
Racy Slogans Halt Utah Condom Distribution Plan
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert halted the distribution of 100,000 condoms that were part of an HIV-prevention effort due to racy messaging....
16:14
17/01/2020
Despite Dangers, Docs Continue to Co-Prescribe Benzos, Opioids
Despite well-known dangers and recommendations to the contrary, benzodiazepines and opioids are still commonly co-prescribed. Medscape Medical News...
16:10
17/01/2020
9 luggage sets under $180 that will give you a reason to finally take that vacation
From marble to matte rose gold, these sets are too pretty to keep stashed in the back of your closet....
16:10
17/01/2020
CDC: Benzodiazepines prescribed at 27 office visits per 100 adults
(HealthDay)—Benzodiazepines were prescribed at 27 annual physician office visits per 100 adults during 2014 to 2016, according to a study published online Jan. 17 in the National Health Statistics Reports, a public...
16:04
17/01/2020
VIDEO: Presbyopic IOL challenge
NEW YORK — During a presentation at OSN New York 2019, William F. Wiley, MD, reviews his use of the Kamra inlay (CorneaGen) to address a difficult presbyopia case....
16:00
17/01/2020
Red Blood Cells Made Into Drug Delivery Devices
Many of the existing diseases that strike us are poorly treated not because effective drugs don’t exist, but because there’s no reliable way of delivering the drugs to their intended destinations. Anyone foll...
16:00
17/01/2020
Acute flaccid myelitis features differ in peak, nonpeak years
(HealthDay)—Clinical and laboratory characteristics of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) cases differ in peak and nonpeak years, according to a study published online Jan. 15 in Emerging Infectious Diseases, a publicati...
15:50
17/01/2020
2011 to 2017 saw increase in binge drinks per binge drinker
(HealthDay)—From 2011 to 2017, there was an increase in the total annual number of binge drinks per adult who reported binge drinking, according to research published in the Jan. 17 issue of the U.S. Centers for Di...
15:46
17/01/2020
Reward improves visual perceptual learning—but only after people sleep
Past studies have found that rewarding participants during a visual perceptual task leads to performance gains. However, new research suggests that these performance gains occur only if participants follow up the task wi...
15:45
17/01/2020
Neuron found in mice could have implications for effective diet drugs
Ever eaten something, gotten sick and then didn't want to eat that food again because of how it made you feel? That's because a signal from the gut to the brain produced that sickness, creating a taste aversion....
15:44
17/01/2020
Winter savings! The best deals to shop this long weekend
From Samsung TVs and Apple AirPods to Dyson vacuums and Zella leggings, check out the deals you can't afford to miss out on....
15:43
17/01/2020
Professors create free research-backed games to train your brain
University professors from New York and California designed and developed three digital games—available online and in the iOS and Google Play app stores—to help its users' brains work more efficiently. While ...
15:42
17/01/2020
Acid reflux drugs may have negative side effects for breast cancer survivors
Acid reflux drugs that are sometimes recommended to ease stomach problems during cancer treatment may have an unintended side effect: impairment of breast cancer survivors' memory and concentration....
15:40
17/01/2020
Psychedelic drugs could help treat PTSD
Clinical trials suggest treatment that involves psychedelics can be more effective than psychotherapy alone. More than three million people in the United States are diagnosed each year with post-traumatic stress disorder...
15:39
17/01/2020
China reports 2nd death from virus behind pneumonia outbreak
A second person has died from a new coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of pneumonia in central China, health authorities said....
15:27
17/01/2020
Hepatitis D coinfection found in ‘household clusters’ in Cameroon
Investigation into the epidemiology of hepatitis D in Cameroon revealed intrahousehold infection and large differences in prevalence between regions, with cases concentrated in forested areas close to the equator, which ...
15:20
17/01/2020
FDA Clears Morph DNA Catheter to Guide Cell Delivery into Heart Tissue
BioCardia, a Silicon Valley firm, won FDA clearance for its Morph DNA catheter, a device developed to help with delivery of the company’s CardiAMP cell therapy into the heart. CardiAMP involves depositing a patient...
15:03
17/01/2020
Ariana Grande Claps Back at Troll Who Said She's Been Wearing the Same Outfits 'for Years'
Ariana Grande Claps Back at Twitter Troll Criticizing Her Signature Style...
14:58
17/01/2020
Heavy marijuana users drive worse, even when not intoxicated
Recreational marijuana use can impact driving ability in heavy users even when they are not intoxicated, particularly in those who began using the drug before 16 years of age, according to a study published in Drug and A...
14:42
17/01/2020
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Frogmore Cottage Staff Has Been 'Redeployed' Amid Royal Exit
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Frogmore Cottage Staff Redeployed...
14:38
17/01/2020
Redo PCI or CABG, Left Main Patients Pay a Price: EXCEL
A new 3-year analysis shows that repeat revascularization is more common after PCI than bypass surgery, but durability remains an issue for both strategies. Medscape Medical News...
14:36
17/01/2020
Survey reveals minority patient opinions about clinical trial participation
Antidote Technologies — in partnership with a variety of organizations, including the American Kidney Fund — conducted a survey that revealed the motivations of clinical trial participants. The survey identif...
14:30
17/01/2020
Strive, SSM Health to focus on early intervention for CKD
Health care provider SSM Health has contracted with Strive Health to operate new chronic kidney disease clinics that use a value-based care model aimed at improving outcomes and quality of life for patients with CKD and ...
14:24
17/01/2020
FDA Panel Split on Approval of Non-Opioid for Surgical Pain
A US Food and Drug Administration advisory panel was split on recommending approval of bupivacaine to control post-surgical pain. Medscape Medical News...
14:13
17/01/2020
FDA encourages innovative duodenoscope designs, reprocessing procedures
In its ongoing effort to limit potential disease transmission due to difficult-to-clean devices, the FDA is recommending a transition to duodenoscopes with innovative designs and is encouraging the development of new met...
14:12
17/01/2020
Study quashes controversial vitamin C treatment for sepsis with global trial
In 2017 a paper was published asserting that intravenous vitamin C given to patients with sepsis was literally a life saver. Despite the study only looking at 47 subjects, the results garnered international coverage and ...
14:00
17/01/2020
Testicular function may improve with use of fish oil supplements
Young Danish men without any indication of infertility who regularly consumed fish oil supplements had better sperm quality and overall testicular function than their peers who used less or no fish oil supplements, accor...
13:54
17/01/2020
Violence and adversity in early life can alter the brain
Childhood adversity is a significant problem in the US, particularly for children growing up in poverty. Those who experience poverty have a much higher risk of being exposed to violence and suffering from a lack of soci...
13:54
17/01/2020
VIDEO: More stem cells needed to improve arthritis pain relief
KOLOA, Hawaii — At Orthopedics Today Hawaii, Jack M. Bert, MD, spoke about the concept of injectables for arthritis. Injectables, such as cortisone injections, have become important; however, he noted, these can ca...
13:53
17/01/2020
Matthew McConaughey Is Setting Up His Mom with Hugh Grant's Dad: It Will Be 'Red Hot'
Matthew McConaughey Setting Up Mom with Hugh Grants' Dad...
13:52
17/01/2020
Research shows real risks associated with cannabis exposure during pregnancy
A new study from researchers at Western University and Queen's University definitively shows that regular exposure to THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, during pregnancy has significant impact on placenta...
13:51
17/01/2020
VIDEO: Update on shoulder codes in Medicare final rule for 2020
KOLOA, Hawaii — At Orthopedics Today Hawaii, William R. Beach, MD, spoke about changes in Medicare coding.He said a proposal to have the shoulder seen as a single anatomic site has been removed from the Medicare fi...
13:50
17/01/2020
Students with intense smartphone use sleep worse
Smartphones play an important role in students their daily lives. The question is whether this smartphone use is that innocent. New research conducted at Ghent University and University of Antwerp (Belgium) suggest it is...
13:47
17/01/2020
Study finds link between blood fats and artery size in people with MS
A recent study by a team of University at Buffalo researchers has found a link between fats in the blood and problems with the arteries in people with multiple sclerosis (MS)....
13:47
17/01/2020
'Uber of Interventional Cardiology' Pushes Stents Over Surgery
A physician-driven website touts stenting as a treatment for patients who have been told they need open heart surgery. A surgeon calls it 'trolling for patients.' Medscape Medical News...
13:46
17/01/2020
Barack Obama shares sweet birthday tribute for Michelle: ‘You are my star’
Barak Obama is sending love to his wife Michelle Obama on her 56th birthday....
13:46
17/01/2020
Black kids and suicide: Why are rates so high, and so ignored?
Teen suicide rates among black youth are increasing. In 2016 and again in 2018, national data revealed that among children age 5-11, black children had the highest rate of death by suicide. For the years 2008 to 2012, 5...
13:24
17/01/2020
Age may be a predictor of good outcomes after patellofemoral joint microfracture
According to results from a systematic review, clinical outcomes improved at midterm follow-up after microfracture for chondral lesions in the patellofemoral joint. Successful outcomes and longevity of the procedure may ...
13:23
17/01/2020
Fluorescent Tags That Can’t Be Copied to Verify Authentic Drugs
Sales of counterfeit drugs are disturbingly common around the world. Some patients end up not receiving necessary treatments, while others are harmed by ingesting whatever substances are inside the fake pills. Researcher...
13:10
17/01/2020
Let babies be in charge of how much they eat – it could help them stay a healthy weight
How babies are fed is often a topic of hot discussion. It's known that babies should be introduced gradually to solid foods at around six months old. But in recent years, another question has arisen: should parents be sp...
13:06
17/01/2020
Surgeons should have an extensile form of anterolateral approach for primary THA
KOLOA, Hawaii — At Orthopedics Today Hawaii, a speaker said surgeons should make the anterolateral approach extensile when it is used for primary total hip arthroplasty.“[Take] your approach and make it exten...
13:05
17/01/2020
As superbugs spread, WHO raises alarm over lack of new antibiotics
The World Health Organization warned Friday that a dire lack of new antibiotics was threatening efforts to curb the spread of drug-resistant bacteria, which kill tens of thousands of people each year....
13:03
17/01/2020
FDA approves CV risk indication for semaglutide
The FDA on Thursday approved a new indication for the GLP-1 receptor agonist semaglutide to reduce the risk for major adverse cardiovascular events in adults with type 2 diabetes with known cardiovascular disease, accord...
13:01
17/01/2020
Identifying aquatic plants with drones could be the key to reducing a parasitic infection in people
For the majority of people on Earth, parasites are a fact of life. These organisms live inside the human body, causing debilitating or fatal diseases. Among the parasitic diseases, one of the very worst is schistosomiasi...
13:00
17/01/2020
Research shows cervical hernias can cause brain damage
Specialists of the UMH university of Alicante, Spain, have detected brain damage in patients with cervical hernias by using neuroimage and artificial intelligence techniques....
12:57
17/01/2020
Cheap drug may alleviate treatment-resistance in leukemia
A common and inexpensive drug may be used to counteract treatment resistance in patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), one of the most common forms of blood cancer. This is the conclusion of a study in mice and huma...
12:51
17/01/2020
In AF, obstructive sleep apnea confers stroke risk
Among patients with atrial fibrillation, obstructive sleep apnea was an independent risk factor for major adverse CV and neurologic events, particularly stroke, according to findings published in the American Heart Journ...
12:50
17/01/2020
Why teen depression rates are rising faster for girls than boys
We're in the middle of a teen mental health crisis—and girls are at its epicenter....
12:50
17/01/2020
Cheap roundworm drug found to enhance the effects of chemotherapy in prostate cancer
Scientists at the University of Glasgow and Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute have tested close to 1000 existing medicines and discovered that a cheap drug commonly used to treat parasitic worm infection could be a ga...
12:49
17/01/2020
'So Good You'd Do Anything For It': Fyre Festival's Andy King Teams Up with Evian for New Campaign
Fyre Festival's Andy King Is Working with Evian Water...
12:47
17/01/2020
Cell research offers diabetes treatment hope
A new cell treatment to enhance islet transplantation could help maintain healthy blood sugar levels in Type 1 diabetes without the need for multiple transplants of insulin producing cells or regular insulin injections, ...
12:40
17/01/2020
Study finds that disruptive behavior in operating rooms often goes unreported
University of Manitoba researchers have found that disruptive behaviors are happening all too often in the operating room (OR) – and many clinicians who see the behavior are not reporting it to management....
12:33
17/01/2020
To improve firefighters' mental health, we can't wait for them to reach out—we need to 'reach in'
Many firefighters will by now be exhausted, having been on the front line of Australia's bushfire crisis for weeks or months....
12:30
17/01/2020
Research suggests expanding amblyopia treatment approaches
When University of California, Irvine neurobiologist Carey Y.L. Huh, Ph.D., set her sights on discovering more about amblyopia, she brought personal insight to her quest. As a child, Huh was diagnosed with the condition,...
12:30
17/01/2020
No shield from X-rays: How science is rethinking lead aprons
Patients have come to expect a technician to drape their torsos with a heavy lead apron when they get an X-ray, but new thinking among radiologists and medical physicists is upending the decades-old practice of shielding...
12:22
17/01/2020
Parents Can Help Their Sleep-Deprived Teens
American teens aren't getting enough sleep, which can lead to anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts....
12:20
17/01/2020
Artificial intelligence to improve resolution of brain magnetic resonance imaging
Researchers of the ICAI Group–Computational Intelligence and Image Analysis–of the University of Malaga (UMA) have designed an unprecedented method that is capable of improving brain images obtained through m...
12:20
17/01/2020
Improving cardiovascular health of the most vulnerable
Starting in 2016, a two-year partnership between the North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (NCACC) and the North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NCAFCC) provided free lipid low...
12:17
17/01/2020
Rethinking interactions with mental health patients
New research overturns the belief that people with severe mental illness are incapable of effective communication with their psychiatrist, and are able to work together with them to achieve better outcomes for themselves...
12:16
17/01/2020
Scientists reveal ADHD medication's effect on the brain
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurobiological disorder characterized by symptoms of hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity. People with the condition are often prescribed a stimulant drug calle...
12:16
17/01/2020
Opioids prescribed more often than recommended to patients with musculoskeletal pain
During their first physician visit, patients experiencing newly diagnosed chronic musculoskeletal pain are prescribed opioids more often than physical therapy, counseling, and other nonpharmacologic approaches, according...
12:16
17/01/2020
'Dialogic praxis' enhances psychotherapeutic success for youth
For young patients, therapy works best when they are encouraged to become co-experts in the search for answers, according to a Perspectives article published by the New England Journal of Medicine co-authored by Dominiqu...
12:15
17/01/2020
What's the link between prediction and pleasure? She's scanning brains to find out.
On the most basic cognitive level, music is a guessing game, and our enjoyment of it hinges on whether we can predict what's coming next. When the notes rise and fall as expected, the reward centers in our brains are act...
12:10
17/01/2020
CDC: Many Americans are inactive, with Southerners faring worse
More than 15 percent of American adults are physically inactive, according to a new U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study....
12:09
17/01/2020
Obesity, heart disease, and diabetes may be communicable
Non-communicable diseases including heart disease, cancer and lung disease are now the most common causes of death, accounting for 70 percent of deaths worldwide. These diseases are considered "non-communicable" because ...
12:08
17/01/2020
Loss of function in key Y-chromosome genes increases cancer risk in men
Numerous studies have shown that men are more susceptible to cancer than women; however, the reason for this difference remains poorly understood. A new study by researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health...
12:06
17/01/2020
Why we differ in our ability to fight off gut infections
Τhe ability of the immune system to fight off bacterial, viral and other invading agents in the gut differs between individuals. However, the biological mechanism by which this happens is not well understood, but at ...
12:05
17/01/2020
2003 to 2017 saw drop in infant mortality due to birth defects
From 2003 to 2017, there was a decrease in infant mortality attributable to birth defects (IMBD) overall, although considerable differences were seen in the decreases by maternal and infant characteristics, according to ...
11:56
17/01/2020
Lazy about flossing? These electric water flossers—30 percent off today—have Amazon shoppers hooked
Electric water flossers are way more effective at removing plaque and food residue than traditional flossing—and they’re a lot more fun to use....
11:55
17/01/2020
Magnesium Disorders Up Hypocalcemia Risk After Thyroidectomy
Hypocalcemia occurred in nearly 20% of patients following thyroidectomy in the large study, however, most cases resolved at 1 year. Medscape Medical News...
11:51
17/01/2020
Kala completes enrollment in STRIDE 3 trial
Kala Pharmaceuticals has completed enrollment in the STRIDE 3 trial for KPI-121 0.25%, a treatment for temporary dry eye relief, according to a press release.The enrollment follows a previous new drug application rejecti...


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tipo de aconselhamento para a realizacao de investimento. Recomendamos a leitura do prospecto e do respectivo
regulamento antes de aplicar seus recursos. Declaramos que nao e possivel garantir a exatidao, atualizacao,
precisao, adequacao, integridade ou veracidade de todas as informacoes apresentadas neste site, embora obtidas
atravrs de fontes confiaveis e selecionadas. As informacoes apresentadas buscam representar aquilo que consta nos
regulamentos e nos prospectos dos fundos. Lembramos que rentabilidade passada nao representa garantia de resultados
futuros. A rentabilidade divulgada nao e liquida de impostos e os fundos de investimento nao contam com garantia
do administrador, do gestor, de qualquer mecanismo de seguro ou Fundo Garantidor de Credito - FGC.