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21:31
16/10/2019
Mom wears Halloween costume every day to pick up sons from school
A California mom of four wears a different homemade Halloween costume every day of October to pick up her children from school, much to the delight of their classmates....
21:31
16/10/2019
Chicago Teachers Are Going On Strike
The strike will affect about 300,000 students in the country's third-largest school district....
20:54
16/10/2019
City: Shutter Plant Until Toxic Air Addressed
The city of Covington, has called for a company to shut down its local medical sterilization plant until it can reduce its emissions of a cancer-causing gas....
20:44
16/10/2019
Global Blood Supply Estimates Show a Significant Unmet Need
Many countries are critically short of blood and current targets for blood collection are often inadequate to meet local needs, according to a newly published study. Medscape Medical News...
20:17
16/10/2019
Ankle booties, sneakers and slides: 7 shoes podiatrists are wearing this fall
We turned to the professionals for shopping advice — here's what they said....
20:06
16/10/2019
Ministério da Saúde libera R$ 206 milhões para municípios ampliarem vacinação contra sarampo
Portaria publicada nesta quarta (16) no Diário Oficial formaliza incentivo financeiro para ações que ampliem a cobertura da vacina tríplice viral. O Ministério da Saúde anunciou ...
20:04
16/10/2019
Best-selling ‘fruit’ drinks for kids deemed unhealthy in new study: ‘Parents tell me they’ve been tricked’
A new study that looked at 34 popular children's sweetened fruit drinks found they often contain added sugar or artificial sweeteners (and in some cases, both). And many of them don't contain any fruit juice....
20:00
16/10/2019
We're all ears! This tiny camera lets you take a peek inside your ear canal — on sale for just $29!
Kids constantly battling ear infections? Let this camera help!...
19:53
16/10/2019
Making the Case for Early Statins in Familial Hypercholesterolemia
Results of a new 20-year follow-up study are a "call to action" to do more for patients with FH, who often go undiagnosed and untreated, an expert says. Medscape Medical News...
19:30
16/10/2019
Risk of brain damage and death in premature babies may reduce if born in specialist units
Extremely premature babies born in English hospitals with specialist neonatal intensive care units may have a reduced risk of brain damage and death, compared to premature babies born in hospitals without such specialist...
19:30
16/10/2019
For most healthy people, benefits of statins 'may be marginal at best'
The benefits of statins for people without heart disease (known as primary prevention) is small and uncertain and there are potential harms, say researchers in The BMJ today....
19:30
16/10/2019
Warning about making health decisions based on 'over the counter' genetic tests
Genetic tests sold online and in shops should not be used to inform health decisions without further scrutiny, say experts in The BMJ today....
19:30
16/10/2019
Weight gain in early adult life linked to increased risk of premature death
Gaining weight from your mid-20s into middle age is associated with an increased risk of premature death, finds a study of US adults published by The BMJ today....
19:20
16/10/2019
Barber moves chair outside for overwhelmed boy with autism in heartwarming viral moment
To help accommodate an overwhelmed 7-year-old with autism, a barber moved a chair outside to give him his first professional haircut in years....
18:56
16/10/2019
Alimentação à base de carne crua para animais de estimação pode ser nociva para pets e humanos
Comida crua para pets pode causar doenças nos animais domésticos e também representar um risco de doenças infecciosas para os humanos que têm contato com eles. Refeições c...
18:56
16/10/2019
The Best New Fall Nail Shades To Try Out
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18:35
16/10/2019
Brain injury from concussion can last a year after returning to play
Athletes may not be fully recovered from a concussion 1 year after being cleared to return to play, according to a study published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.“Our study f...
18:30
16/10/2019
Several factors need to be considered when treating uveitic cataract in children
SAN FRANCISCO — For children with uveitic cataract, the timing of surgery and the decision of whether or not to implant an IOL are paramount for successful management, according to a speaker here.“Meticulous ...
18:28
16/10/2019
Time to Count 'Invisible' Patients, Experts Say
Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities are not included in national health surveillance systems, an omission that hampers the understanding of this population's health needs. Medscape Medical News...
18:24
16/10/2019
Statin therapy in children with FH reduces CV risk
Patients with familial hypercholesterolemia who initiated statin therapy during childhood had a slower progression of carotid intima-media thickness and a reduced risk for CVD in adulthood, according to a study with 20-y...
18:13
16/10/2019
Few patients truly have PPI-refractory heartburn caused by GERD, researchers learn
Researchers recently conducted a randomized trial of treatments for patients with heartburn who were not responsive to proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, but it turns out that GERD caused heartburn in only a minority of pa...
18:11
16/10/2019
Deciphering telltale symptoms of vasculitis, Erdheim-Chester disease
SAN DIEGO — Rheumatologists should exercise caution when diagnosing patients with suspected vasculitis as several lesser-known diseases can affect the large and medium-sized arteries imitating vasculitis, according...
18:08
16/10/2019
Forget Free Tuition, Application Costs Are First Barrier
Tests, test prep fees, and interview costs may keep qualified students from even applying to medical school. But experts say there are ways to level the field. Medscape Medical News...
18:07
16/10/2019
Heidi Klum gives sneak peek at her latest epic Halloween costume
The supermodel is famed for her over-the-top Halloween creations, from Jessica Rabbit to a cadaver....
18:04
16/10/2019
How One Patient's Feedback Changed Practice
When Catherine van Montfrans, MD, asked one of her patients — a woman diagnosed with melanoma — to share her experience in front of 350 medical students, she was embarrassed by what she heard. Medscape Medi...
18:03
16/10/2019
These ultra-cozy Ugg slippers will make you feel like you're walking on air — now 50 percent off!
Zappos is having a flash sale on the versatile Ugg Coquette slippers, but only for a limited time!...
18:00
16/10/2019
Artificial pancreas system better controls blood glucose levels than current technology
A multicenter randomized clinical trial evaluating a new artificial pancreas system—which automatically monitors and regulates blood glucose levels—has found that the new system was more effective than existi...
17:57
16/10/2019
'Passing Through': In Memory of Gerald Chodak, MD
The prostate cancer community mourns the loss of Gerald Chodak, MD, an influential and iconic figure in urology. Medscape Urology...
17:52
16/10/2019
Suzanne Somers, 73, told to 'show some class' after baring all in 'birthday suit' photo
Suzanne Somers celebrated her 73rd birthday on Wednesday by sharing a photo on social media wearing nothing but her "birthday suit."...
17:39
16/10/2019
Chelsea Clinton confirms she won’t run for Congress in 2020: ‘It’s a question that shouldn’t just be asked of someone whose last name is Clinton or Huntsman’
Chelsea Clinton confirmed that she won't be running for Congress on 'The View.' "It’s a question that shouldn’t just be asked of someone whose last name is Clinton or Huntsman."...
17:25
16/10/2019
Listen up, bibliophiles! Pick up a brand new Kindle Paperwhite bundle for 30 percent off — you read that right!
Say so long to the books and magazines piling in *that* corner of your house....
17:17
16/10/2019
Drug Delivers 'Remarkable' Reduction in Head Injury Deaths
A new study provides the 'first clear evidence' that a widely available medication reduces death in traumatic brain injury. Medscape Medical News...
17:11
16/10/2019
FDA approves asenapine transdermal patch for schizophrenia
The FDA has approved the first asenapine transdermal system for the treatment of adults with schizophrenia, according to a press release from the agent’s manufacturer.The once-daily patch formulation delivers asena...
17:00
16/10/2019
Brain injury from concussion may linger longer than one year after return to play
How long does it take an athlete to recover from a concussion? New research has found an athlete's brain may still not be fully recovered one year after being allowed to return to play. The study is published in the Octo...
16:56
16/10/2019
HCV cure improves survival in post-DAA liver cancer development
Patients who developed hepatitis C-related hepatocellular carcinoma after achieving sustained virologic response with interferon-free direct-acting antivirals had a 60% to 70% improvement in 5-year survival compared with...
16:54
16/10/2019
To better understand racial trauma, expert says we must also acknowledge skin tone
As the country continues to grapple with racism, one University of Missouri professor suggests that bias related to skin tone can lead to negative health and relationships for African Americans. Antoinette Landor, assist...
16:52
16/10/2019
Digital breast tomosynthesis increases cancer detection over full-field mammography
An ahead-of-print article forthcoming in the March 2020 issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) comparing cancer detection rates (CDR) for screening digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) versus full-field digit...
16:44
16/10/2019
Scientists identify genetic variation linked to severity of ALS
A discovery made several years ago in a lab researching asthma at Wake Forest School of Medicine may now have implications for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a disease with no known cure and only t...
16:26
16/10/2019
How common is pneumococcal urinary antigen testing?
Despite guidelines recommending its use, pneumococcal urinary antigen testing, or UAT, is not performed often in the United States, even though it can help identify patients who are eligible for antibiotic de-escalation,...
16:23
16/10/2019
Allergies? Try one of these 'unreal' air purifiers — up to 43 perfect off, off today only
Breathe easier with a whisper-quiet air purifier — on sale for just a few more hours...
16:23
16/10/2019
Sweetened Drinks Still Top Sellers to Kids
None of 34 sweetened drinks aimed at the youth market meet nutrition recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), according to University of Connecticut researchers....
16:13
16/10/2019
Haunted house visitor says hands-on interaction with employee was 'concerning'
A paid actor at a haunted house in Ohio was apparently too touchy with a customer....
16:00
16/10/2019
Como mudar sua dieta pode proteger o planeta
Estudo examina os hábitos alimentares em 140 países para medir o impacto que produção e consumo de comida têm sobre as questões climáticas. Uma conclusão: os europeu...
15:52
16/10/2019
Over a thousand Amazon shoppers claim these $30 headphones are the 'best bang for your buck' — and even rival Apple AirPods
These true wireless headphones aren't just a fraction of the price of AirPods — they're just as good, too....
15:49
16/10/2019
Prolonged-release antibiotic prevents abdominal surgical site infections
A novel therapy designed to provide prolonged and constant release of antibiotic helped prevent surgical site infections in patients who underwent abdominal surgeries, according to the manufacturer, PolyPid.Researchers t...
15:48
16/10/2019
Missouri Appeals Court Overturns $110 Mln Johnson & Johnson Talc Verdict
A Missouri appeals court overturned a $110 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in a lawsuit by a Virginia woman who says she developed ovarian cancer after decades of using of its talc-based products for femini...
15:45
16/10/2019
Actress Cara Santana's Kohl's fashion line goes up to a size 34 — and it's up to 40 percent off right now!
In our new shopping series Hook'd, four fashionistas dish with Cara Santana on her Kohl's collection— and a whole lot more....
15:42
16/10/2019
Talk about top self! This swanky decanter set will make your liquor look as good as it tastes
Serve your drinks in style with these fancy bar sets....
15:41
16/10/2019
Over 5,000 reviewers say this men's wallet is the best: 'Extra secure' — on sale starting at only $8
Amazon's best-selling men's wallet is affordable, made of genuine leather and available in 25 different colors....
15:38
16/10/2019
'Mercúrio retrógrado' é uma ilusão de ótica que não influencia vida na Terra, explicam cientistas
Astrólogos veem o fenômeno como um período ligado a confusões e instabilidade; cientistas afirmam que não há evidências de que outros planetas influenciem em comportamentos ...
15:36
16/10/2019
Weight-Loss Surgery Tied to Lower Risk of Birth Defects
Women with severe obesity who have gastric bypass surgery to lose weight before becoming pregnant may be less likely to have babies with birth defects than similar women who don't have weight-loss surgery, a new study su...
15:30
16/10/2019
Fewer Emergency Surgeries, More Deaths in British Hospitals Vs U.S.
When patients in England or the U.S. have abdominal emergencies like appendicitis or a ruptured aneurysm, half as many in England get surgery and many more die, a new study suggests. Reuters Health Information...
15:25
16/10/2019
Severe psoriasis increases risk for cancer-related mortality
An increase in overall cancer mortality risk was found in patients with severe psoriasis, and associations were identified within site-specific cancers such as colon and kidney among patients with all severities of psori...
15:20
16/10/2019
Lung-Cancer-Screening Guidelines Fail to Address Risk in First Responders
Current guidelines for lung-cancer screening are inadequate to detect lung cancer from occupational exposures, including those in first responders, researchers say. Reuters Health Information...
15:08
16/10/2019
Exercise Is Cancer Medicine, Says Global Coalition
Evidence is now strong that exercise prescription should be part of standard cancer care, according to a global report on the topic. Oncologists can get the ball rolling with a simple assess-advise-refer algorithm. Meds...
15:07
16/10/2019
Alvo Medical Shows Off Its Vision of The Future of Operating Room Design
Located in the picturesque town of Śmigiel, Poland, Alvo Medical is a family-run business that specializes in everything related to operating room layout and design. Since the company first started producing steel o...
15:04
16/10/2019
Experts urge lower BMI cutoff for bariatric surgery
Bariatric surgery is an aggressive therapeutic strategy for weight loss that can also yield many other health benefits, but this option has been restricted to adolescents and adults with a BMI of at least 35 kg/m2 if the...
15:00
16/10/2019
Study shows why even well-controlled epilepsy can disrupt thinking
A study by Stanford University School of Medicine investigators may help explain why even people benefiting from medications for their epilepsy often continue to experience bouts of difficulty thinking, perceiving and re...
15:00
16/10/2019
Listening to 'noisy knees' to diagnose osteoarthritis: The first human cohort study
A new way of diagnosing and assessing knee osteoarthritis (OA) has moved a step closer with a major study paving the way for its use in research and clinical practice....
15:00
16/10/2019
Menu labeling linked to less fat and salt in food at major UK restaurant chains
Food sold at restaurants whose menus display energy information are lower in fat and salt than that of their competitors, according to new research from the University of Cambridge....
15:00
16/10/2019
Study focuses on repair and reversal of damage caused by Huntington's disease
A new study examining the role that star-shaped brain cells called astrocytes play in Huntington's disease has identified a potential strategy that may halt the disease and repair some of the damage it causes....
15:00
16/10/2019
'Short sleep' gene prevents memory deficits associated with sleep deprivation
The UCSF scientists who identified the two known human genes that promote "natural short sleep"—nightly sleep that lasts just four to six hours but leaves people feeling well-rested—have now discovered a thir...
15:00
16/10/2019
Cultivating joy through mindfulness: An antidote to opioid misuse, the disease of despair
New research shows that a specific mind-body therapy, Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE), increases the brain's response to natural, healthy rewards while also decreasing the brain's response to opioid-rela...
15:00
16/10/2019
Open globe injuries can lead to anxiety and depression
SAN FRANCISCO — Open globe injuries are associated with an increased risk for anxiety and depression, according to a poster at the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery meeting.Justin He...
14:59
16/10/2019
New CAP guidelines stress de-escalation
Recently updated guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of adults with community-acquired pneumonia, or CAP, stressed the importance of de-escalation of antibiotic therapy and made stricter recommendations on when to...
14:53
16/10/2019
How does fathers' physical and mental health status impact their children?
A new study has shown that children of fathers with poor mental health had a 2.6 times greater risk of having poor mental health. The study, which also found a 3.1 times higher risk of poor overall health among children ...
14:50
16/10/2019
Florida commission says mental health system needs overhaul
Florida's mental health system is underfunded and needs to be overhauled, with better coordination between providers, law enforcement and educators, the commission investigating last year's high school massacre recommend...
14:46
16/10/2019
Nasa adianta para esta semana primeira caminhada no espaço 100% feminina
As astronautas Christina Koch e Jessica Meir devem sair da Estação Espacial Internacional para corrigir uma falha no sistema de energia na quinta ou sexta-feira; será a primeira vez que apenas mulher...
14:43
16/10/2019
Sodium bicarbonate treatment for metabolic acidosis may lower risk of CKD progression, mortality
Treating metabolic acidosis with sodium bicarbonate was associated with preserved kidney function and lower all-cause mortality rates for patients with chronic kidney disease, according to a published study.“Metabo...
14:42
16/10/2019
Scrutiny of vaccine exemptions banishes some from schools
Carl and Kerri Schwartz say they have good medical reason for not vaccinating their disabled 11-year-old son, Thorn, and until recently his local public school went along with their family doctor's advice....
14:34
16/10/2019
New international exercise guidelines for cancer survivors
For the rising number of cancer survivors worldwide, there's growing evidence that exercise is an important part of recovery. But how much, and what type of exercise, is needed?...
14:29
16/10/2019
Officials say death of Montana teenager was vaping-related
Health officials say a teenager in Montana has died of a lung disease associated with a national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses....
14:25
16/10/2019
Mindfulness Therapy Promising for ADHD in Children
A mindfulness-based intervention appears feasible, acceptable, and effective in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, early research suggests. Medscape Medical News...
14:24
16/10/2019
Preferred single-vendor program may yield cost savings on TJA implants
Published results showed significant cost savings and decreased cost variability within the first year of implementing a preferred single-vendor program for hip and knee arthroplasty implants.Joseph A. Bosco III, MD, and...
14:24
16/10/2019
‘We Vape, We Vote’: Vaping Laws Become Political
In response to the crackdowns on vaping, those who use or sell the e-cigarette products are mobilizing. Touting the “We Vape, We Vote” slogan, this burgeoning movement is positioning itself to be a factor in ...
14:14
16/10/2019
Changes in chromosome caps may be a marker for tumor aggression in neurofibromatosis type 1
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center report that their study of tumor samples from people with the rare genetic syndrome neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) has uncovered novel molecular clues about which tum...
14:11
16/10/2019
UCLA opens CAR T clinical trial targeting most common types of lymphoma and leukemia
The field of immunotherapy has revolutionized the way people with incurable cancers are treated, saving the lives of many people whose disease would have otherwise been seen as a death sentence. Despite its success in tr...
14:00
16/10/2019
In a first, scientists pinpoint neural activity's role in human longevity
The brain's neural activity—long implicated in disorders ranging from dementia to epilepsy—also plays a role in human aging and life span, according to research led by scientists in the Blavatnik Institute at...
14:00
16/10/2019
Failure of mitochondrial quality control causes heart disease
Mutations in the gene that encodes a protein called adenine nucleotide translocator (ANT) cause a variety of conditions, such as heart disease and weakness of the eye muscles, but the underlying mechanism of how these mu...
14:00
16/10/2019
Tackling inequality could save millions of children
An unprecedented study mapping child deaths over almost two decades finds that nearly half of the 5.4 million under-five deaths in 2017 can be attributed to differences in child death rates within and across countries....
14:00
16/10/2019
Breakdown of normal 3-D shape of DNA allows harmful interactions of genes in rare form of gastrointestinal stromal tumor
Most cases of gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST), a type of soft-tissue cancer (sarcoma), are caused by mutations in genes that can be effectively targeted with drugs that inhibit the activity of rogue cancer-promotin...
14:00
16/10/2019
Smoke signals: Study shows path linking nicotine addiction to increased risk for diabetes
Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have discovered a circuit in rats that links cigarette smoking and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study featured on the cover of the Oc...
13:47
16/10/2019
Exploring the link between daily stress, depression, and Facebook addiction disorder
Researchers have demonstrated a close positive association between daily stress, depression symptoms, and Facebook Addiction Disorder (FAD). High daily stress can lead individuals to turn to Facebook use as a coping stra...
13:46
16/10/2019
Scientists develop test for uncommon brain diseases
National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists have developed an ultrasensitive new test to detect abnormal forms of the protein tau associated with uncommon types of neurodegenerative diseases called tauopathies. As the...
13:45
16/10/2019
Contact-Free Baby Monitor Uses White Noise to Monitor Breathing
Echolocation technologies can detect objects by measuring how long it takes sound to bounce off them. This is used to detect submarines underwater, but now to also measure a child’s breathing while delivering sooth...
13:41
16/10/2019
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' star Rachel Brosnahan shares her $12 skincare secret
The actress shares her beauty must-haves and the trick to using the drugstore staple she swears by....
13:38
16/10/2019
3 Big Questions in Strange Case of Dutch Siblings Living in a Hidden Basement for Nearly a Decade
3 Big Questions in Strange Case of Dutch Siblings Hidden 10 Years...
13:29
16/10/2019
Quantifying Hispanic and Latinx populations' interest in genetic research participation
Researchers are increasingly prioritizing the need for diversity in genetics and genomics research. To help make such studies more inclusive, José G. Pérez-Ramos, MPH and Timothy D.V. Dye, Ph.D., research s...
13:24
16/10/2019
Toxoplasmosis: Preventing mother-to-child transmission
Professor Maritza Jaramillo knows a thing or two about parasites—she has spent most of her life studying them. "During my bachelor's degree in Colombia, I did an internship at a lab specializing in parasitic infect...
13:21
16/10/2019
Médica desbanca mitos sobre saúde feminina; veja cinco
Médica canadense-americana Jen Gunter desbanca informações falsas sobre saúde feminina; ela ficou famosa ao enfrentar dicas sem comprovação científica da atriz Gwyneth Pal...
13:19
16/10/2019
In Baltimore, lower income neighborhoods have bigger mosquitoes
Low-income urban neighborhoods not only have more mosquitoes, but they are larger-bodied, indicating that they could be more efficient at transmitting diseases. So reports a Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies-led study,...
13:17
16/10/2019
Society is rejecting facts; medical researchers can help
One study says coffee is good for you, while another study says that it's not. They're both right, within context. This dichotomy together with an environment of distrust spurred by anecdotes, fake news, and to a large e...
13:14
16/10/2019
'It's the best car insurance you can buy' — this top-rated dash cam is on sale for under $100, today only
Dash cam? GPS? Google Maps? Rear-view cam? Yup, these devices have it all — on sale for $90...
13:14
16/10/2019
Maintaining Weight Loss in Diabetes Is Key to Keeping Benefits
Maintaining at least 75% of weight lost is pivotal to achieving sustained improvements in cardiometabolic risk factors in type 2 diabetes, say US researchers. Those who regain weight may lose such benefits. Medscape Me...
13:12
16/10/2019
Ruxolitinib significantly improves response rate in steroid-refractory acute GVHD
A phase 3 trial designed to evaluate ruxolitinib for steroid-refractory acute graft-versus-host disease met its primary endpoint, the agent’s manufacturer announced in a press release.Results of the REACH2 trial sh...
13:09
16/10/2019
New human reference genome resources help capture global genetic diversity
Scientists have assembled a set of genetic sequences that enable the reference genome to better reflect global genetic diversity. The new sequences improve the utility of the human reference genome, a touchstone resource...
12:55
16/10/2019
Phase 3 trial of pegilodecakin for metastatic pancreatic cancer fails to meet primary endpoint
A randomized phase 3 trial that evaluated the addition of pegilodecakin to FOLFOX for treatment of metastatic pancreatic cancer failed to meet its primary endpoint of OS, according to the agent’s manufacturer.Pegil...
12:50
16/10/2019
Bulimia nervosa associated with increased risk for cardiovascular diseases among women
Findings of a 12-year study from Canada suggest a link between bulimia nervosa and the risk for any cardiovascular disease, as well as death, among women. Due to these associations, women with a history of the disorder s...
12:48
16/10/2019
Amapá confirma 1º caso de sarampo após 22 anos, diz Vigilância
Vítima foi mulher de 32 anos que disse não ter saído do estado, mas que pode ter tido contato com visitantes de estados do Nordeste. Manchas vermelhas pelo corpo são sintoma de sarampo Febrasg...
12:37
16/10/2019
Poor quality of life persists after pituitary tumor surgery
Individuals with adult-onset craniopharyngioma reported postoperative quality of life measures that were comparable with those of other primary and secondary brain tumors, despite the benign biology of the condition, acc...
12:33
16/10/2019
Moms' Weight-Loss Surgery Tied to Lower Risk of Birth Defects
The risk of major birth defects was about 30% lower in children whose mothers had weight-loss surgery than in those of the obese mothers, the findings showed....
12:30
16/10/2019
Barneys New York Files For Bankruptcy — & Has A Host Of New Bidders
Prepare yourself accordingly: Your heart may just break over this latest bit of retail news. In July, Business of Fashion reported Barneys New York, one of Manhattan’s most iconic department stores, could be prepar...
12:28
16/10/2019
Why you should be looking at your dog's poop
Looking at your cat or dog’s poop could tip you off to when your pet has health issues....
12:27
16/10/2019
Despite new guidelines, CVD prevention barriers remain for some patients
CHICAGO — Updated guidelines provide clear CVD prevention strategies for most patients, but barriers to optimal treatment in some patients remain, including issues related to sex, age, inflammation and adequate tes...
12:18
16/10/2019
External neurostimulation reduces pain scores in children with IBS
A non-invasive device that delivers neurostimulation to the external ear reduced pain scores and improved overall well-being in children with irritable bowel syndrome, according to study results.Katja Kovacic, MD, of the...
12:17
16/10/2019
Angiotensin receptor blockers may increase risk for suicide
Patients treated with angiotensin receptor blockers had an increased risk for suicide compared with those treated with ACE inhibitors, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open.“Given their high prevalenc...
12:00
16/10/2019
Findings bridge knowledge gap between pheromone sensitivity and courtship
Just as humans use their noses for the sense of smell, insects such as fruit flies use their antennae—covered in sensory hairs called sensilla—for olfaction. In flies, the sense of smell plays a fundamental r...
12:00
16/10/2019
PanOptica cites biological response for anti-VEGF eye drop
SAN FRANCISCO — In topline results of a phase 1/2 trial of PAN-90806 presented at the Ophthalmology Innovation Summit at the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting, PanOptica cited finding a biological response ...
11:57
16/10/2019
Arqueólogos descobrem 20 sarcófagos antigos no Egito
Governo do país descreveu a descoberta como 'uma das maiores e mais importantes' dos últimos anos. Sarcófagos encontrados por arqueólogos no Egito em uma das maiores descobertas recentes Minis...
11:54
16/10/2019
Photos: Stunning lipstick art from makeup artist Tutushka features oceans, flowers, and food
This make-up artist is blowing minds with her stunning lip art. The incredible designs are 3D and include seashells, seafronts, fruits, chocolate, pizza and even animals....
11:50
16/10/2019
I study teen suicide and believe clinical science can predict who is at risk
People often ask me what I do for a living. In the past, I would start with something vague, saying things like "I'm a researcher; I work at the university. I work with teenagers." Inevitably, people wanted to know more....
11:40
16/10/2019
Cognitive decline and periodontitis
Cognitive functioning and dementia can dramatically affect the conditions for oral health. A new dissertation by researcher Helena Nilsson reveals after she participated in a unique global study on aging....
11:39
16/10/2019
Breast Milk Combats Growth of Bad Bacteria
The study found that human breast milk inhibits the growth of the harmful bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis and Clostridium perfringens, but neither cow's milk or infant formula had any effect on those ba...
11:37
16/10/2019
NASPGHAN 2019 chronic liver disease symposium provides update for GIs
CHICAGO — During this year’s North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition annual meeting, Mercedes Martinez, MD, from the New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Irving ...
11:31
16/10/2019
Young adults not seeking treatment for substance use disorders
A growing number of young adults are dealing with a substance use disorder—in some cases, multiple substance use disorders—and not seeking help, according to a study published in the Journal of American Colle...
11:30
16/10/2019
Expert explains why there will be no designer babies in the near future
The first genetically modified humans were born in China in 2018. Now scientists and politicians in Russia are discussing whether using CRISPR/Cas9 to edit the genome of human embryos should be permitted. Stefan Mundlos,...
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Scientists link hormone production in baby wallabies to human congenital adrenal hyperplasia
Research led by the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester has made a connection between the way baby wallabies produce male hormones and how some human girls are born with genitalia that resemble those of a boy....
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16/10/2019
New web-based tool to improve football development
An innovative sports science tool—based on the research of a University of Stirling academic—is aiming to revolutionize talent identification and development in youth football players....
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16/10/2019
Stimulants: Using them to cram for exams ruins sleep and doesn't help test scores
Along with a steeper financial burden and an increasingly competitive academic environment, this year's incoming freshman university class will likely be confronted with the pressure to take a little pill that some popul...
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16/10/2019
Hope for millions of Irritable Bowel Syndrome sufferers as research identifies cause of pain as 'gut itch'
This is big news for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patients: 11 percent of the world's population suffers from IBS, but the fight against chronic pain has taken a major step forward with scientists identifying receptors...


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