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22:07
26/01/2022
Hong Kong, US, Israeli Data Illuminate COVID Vaccine Myocarditis
Prevalences, nuances of presentation, and likely clinical course of myocarditis after use of some vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 are in sharper view after additions to the literature this week. Medscape Medical News...
21:11
26/01/2022
Amanda Kloots shares sweet video of her late husband Nick Cordero with their son: 'It used to make me too sad to watch'
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20:30
26/01/2022
New studies provide reassuring data on menstrual changes after COVID-19 vaccination
Many women have reported changes to their periods after a COVID-19 vaccination and the US National Institutes of Health has allocated $1.67m for research into a possible connection....
20:30
26/01/2022
Study finds vitamin D supplements with or without Omega-3s decreased risk of autoimmune diseases
Autoimmune diseases (AD) such as rheumatoid arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, autoimmune thyroid disease and psoriasis, are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality as people age. Few effective treatments are availabl...
20:30
26/01/2022
Physical activity monitors do help boost activity levels in adults
Physical activity monitors, such as fitness apps and wearable activity trackers, that provide direct feedback to users do help to boost activity levels in adults, finds a summary of the evidence, published by The BMJ tod...
20:02
26/01/2022
I'm a designer — obsessed with organization — and these 8 products will whip your home into shape, fast
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19:56
26/01/2022
ICIs for NSCLC: Patients With ILD Show Greater Risk
Immune checkpoint inhibitors can be effective in patients with non-small cell lung cancer and mild interstitial lung disease, but with a greater risk. Medscape Medical News...
19:38
26/01/2022
Results of NIH mix-and-match COVID-19 booster trial published
The New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday published data from the ongoing NIH-sponsored trial that led the FDA last fall to authorize the mix-and-match strategy for COVID-19 vaccine boosters.The NIH said more data...
19:32
26/01/2022
US adults with depression more likely to endorse misinformation about COVID-19 vaccine
U.S. adults who display moderate or greater symptoms of depression are more likely to endorse misinformation related to the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a nationwide survey study published in JAMA Network Open.“O...
19:30
26/01/2022
Aldi Shopper Finds a Potentially Deadly Discovery Lurking in Her Groceries
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19:29
26/01/2022
Stopping SRIs in OCD may be noninferior to continuing, but monitoring needed
Patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder who were well after exposure/response prevention therapy often could discontinue a serotonin reuptake inhibitor and have similar outcomes to those who continued an SRI.Research...
19:28
26/01/2022
Look and feel great in these drapey lounge pants — on sale for $25 on Amazon
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19:16
26/01/2022
Lung transplant ‘may be an acceptable treatment’ for some with COVID-19 respiratory failure
Of more than 3,000 lung transplants performed in the U.S. from August 2020 to Sept. 30, 2021, 7% were performed to treat severe, irreversible lung damage caused by COVID-19, researchers reported in The New England Journa...
19:12
26/01/2022
Americans' Trust in Science Now Deeply Polarized, Poll Shows
It's the largest gap in nearly five decades of polling by the General Social Survey, a widely respected trend survey conducted by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. Associated Press...
19:09
26/01/2022
Psst... Amazon has a secret coupon page, and it's full of amazing hidden sales
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19:09
26/01/2022
Tofacitinib linked to higher cardiovascular, cancer risks than TNF inhibitors in RA
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis who received tofacitinib demonstrated a greater risk for major adverse cardiovascular events and cancer than those treated with TNF inhibitors, according to data in The New England Jour...
19:00
26/01/2022
Mix-and-match trial finds additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine safe, immunogenic
In adults who had previously received a full regimen of any of three COVID-19 vaccines granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) or approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), an additional booster dose of any of...
19:00
26/01/2022
Current anti-COVID pills work well against omicron, but antibody drugs are less effective
The drugs behind the new pills to treat COVID-19 remain very effective against the omicron variant of the virus in lab tests, according to a new study....
19:00
26/01/2022
Team publishes new national analysis on COVID-19 lung transplantation
A Smidt Heart Institute analysis of lung transplantations performed nationally shows significant help for patients with severe, irreversible lung damage from COVID-19....
19:00
26/01/2022
Digital exercise therapy may improve pain, function vs conventional physical therapy
Use of a digital exercise therapy application may improve knee pain and function compared with conventional physical therapy and shows no difference in adherence, according to published results.“This is one study b...
18:59
26/01/2022
What is Roblox and why won't my kids stop talking about it? A gaming expert explains
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18:55
26/01/2022
It's easy being green! Save money, space and the earth with 10 eco-friendly finds under $25 from Walmart
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18:50
26/01/2022
Prague COVID ward staff do away with protective suits
Doctors treating COVID patients at a Prague hospital have shed their once mandatory protective suits, claiming that bacteria clinging to their sleeves actually increased mortality....
18:47
26/01/2022
Scientists identify promising transmission chain-breaker in the fight against malaria
Blocking a key protein found in Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes—the principal vector for malaria transmission to humans in Africa—could thwart infection with malaria parasites and thus prevent them from transmit...
18:46
26/01/2022
Michigan AG Seeks to Probe Eli Lilly for High Insulin Prices
Michigan's attorney general is accusing Eli Lilly and Co. of charging excessive prices for insulin medications used to treat diabetes. Associated Press...
18:46
26/01/2022
Q&A: How can PCPs properly manage patients with opioid use disorder?
A new medical education curriculum in an area hit hard by the opioid epidemic will help fill a gap in addiction management training, according to a press release.The CDC estimates there were more than 101,000 predicted o...
18:36
26/01/2022
Could the 'Mono' Virus Help Trigger Multiple Sclerosis?
The new study of more than 10 million U.S. military personnel found the risk of developing MS shot up 32-fold after infection with Epstein-Barr, best known for causing mononucleois,...
18:23
26/01/2022
AAP report educates providers on alternative birth practices
A new AAP report describing seven alternative birth practices and the risk for infection in exposed newborns was compiled to help educate providers who may be asked to counsel expectant or new parents, the AAP said.Co-au...
18:21
26/01/2022
Presence of Autoantibodies Most Predictive of Long COVID in Study
A deep molecular dive into COVID-19 patients found that the presence of autoantibodies in peripheral blood at initial diagnosis was the chief of four risk factors predicting if a patient would experience long COVID. Me...
18:04
26/01/2022
#IHaveAPreexistingCondition: Viral hashtag seeks to show 'what chronic illness really looks like' amid pandemic
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18:01
26/01/2022
Survey says youth need more education on adequate protection and enhanced safety when engaging in oral sex
Researchers have assessed more than 900 youths' knowledge of the risks of oral sex and barriers to using protection through the use of MyVoice, a national text message–based poll....
18:00
26/01/2022
Smoking risk following heart attack differs by gender, study finds
The deleterious impact of smoking on hospitalization following a high-risk myocardial infarction is particularly strong in women. Smoking was associated with an increased risk of hospitalization and mortality, according ...
18:00
26/01/2022
Berries, Red Wine Linked to Lower Mortality in Parkinson's Disease
High intake of the antioxidant nutrients found in berries, apples, and red wine is associated with a reduced mortality risk in patients Parkinson's disease, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News...
18:00
26/01/2022
Preventive medicine use for gastrointestinal bleeding varies by specialty; improved prescribing guidelines needed
Proton pump inhibitors are common and effective medications for the treatment of stomach acid-related diseases, including peptic ulcers that can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding. While proton pump inhibitors are commonl...
18:00
26/01/2022
COVID-19 has changed how primary care teams work; understanding the impact is important
Researchers sought to understand the strategies that clinical and administrative staff at primary care practices use to manage challenges faced by the primary care workforce under strain by an ongoing state of emergency ...
18:00
26/01/2022
Change of heart? It may affect thinking and memory skills in middle age
Subtle changes in the structure and the diastolic function of a person's heart between early adulthood and middle age may be associated with a decline in thinking and memory skills. The research is published in the Janua...
18:00
26/01/2022
Multi-level program enhances primary care treatment for opioid use disorder in rural Colorado
Researchers studied the implementation of a multilevel program called Implementing Technology and Medication Assisted Treatment Team Training in Rural Colorado (IT MATTRs). The program included a practice-focused interve...
18:00
26/01/2022
Flavonoids may reduce mortality risk for people with Parkinson's disease
People with Parkinson's disease who eat more flavonoids—compounds found in richly colored foods like berries, cocoa and red wine—may have a lower mortality risk than those who don't, according to a new study....
18:00
26/01/2022
One-year trial results show efficacy, safety of longer-interval faricimab for wet AMD, DME
One-year results of four phase 3 trials of faricimab showed safety and efficacy comparable to aflibercept in the treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration and diabetic macular edema, with potentially longer treat...
17:59
26/01/2022
Study shows decision-making tools proved ineffective in reducing prescription rates for antibiotics
Antibiotics are one of the great advances in modern medicine, but their over-prescription has led to resistant bacteria that are becoming more difficult to treat. The problem is particularly concerning in Australia, whic...
17:59
26/01/2022
Team-based primary care, coupled with payment reform, may reduce emergency department use
Team-based care is a critical component of effective primary care that may reduce emergency department use by patients. In addition, sharing care responsibilities within an interprofessional primary care team, coupled wi...
17:59
26/01/2022
New diagnoses of common chronic diseases and cancers plummeted during COVID-19 pandemic
New diagnoses of common chronic conditions have dramatically declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study. Researchers in Spain analyzed annual incidence rates of the main cardiovascular risk factors, ...
17:59
26/01/2022
Chat box usage supports primary care staff needs for information, resources and peer support during COVID-19 crisis
As COVID-19 swept across the country in 2020, primary care medical staff were forced to make dramatic changes to their practices with little to no assistance and inconsistent guidance from the federal government. Researc...
17:59
26/01/2022
Integrated palliative care in ambulatory settings does not relieve symptom burden but improves health care use
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have conducted a systematic review to evaluate the availability, effectiveness and implementation of models integrating palliative care in ambulatory care settings. They synthesi...
17:46
26/01/2022
CDC: COVID Cases Keep Dropping, but 'Milder Does Not Mean Mild'
Despite declining national numbers, Americans should not lose sight of the ongoing public health crisis as hospitals remain overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, many of whom are unvaccinated. WebMD Health News...
17:37
26/01/2022
Antirheumatics not found to lower Parkinson’s risk
Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs did not appear to be linked to a lower risk for Parkinson’s disease among individuals with rheumatoid arthritis, according to results of a nested case-control study published i...
17:35
26/01/2022
35% of Employers to Proceed With Vaccine Mandate, Poll Shows
About 4% of polled executives said they're dropping their vaccine mandate, 29% are in a wait-and-see position, and 12% are less likely to impose a mandate now. WebMD Health News...
17:32
26/01/2022
Occupational pesticide exposure associated with increased COPD risk
Cumulative occupational exposure to pesticides was associated with increased risk for COPD, according to new findings published in Thorax.“Occupational exposures are important, preventable causes of COPD, and it ha...
17:11
26/01/2022
FDA grants priority review for SMA drug in infants younger than 2 months
The FDA has granted priority review to PTC Therapeutics Inc. for a supplemental new drug application regarding Evrysdi, according to a company release.Evrysdi (risdiplam; Genentech, Roche Group), which was recently appro...
17:09
26/01/2022
Susceptibility to long-term COVID-19 complications linked to gut microbiome profile
Alterations to the composition of the gut microbiome were found in patients with long-term complications of COVID-19, according to study results published in Gut.“[Altered] gut microbiome composition is strongly as...
17:08
26/01/2022
What Is Your Experience Using Telehealth?
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many healthcare providers to rely on telehealth technology to provide clinical services to patients unable or unwilling to visit in person. Medscape Reader Polls...
17:04
26/01/2022
This foot massager is 'heaven' to over 7,000 Amazon shoppers — and it's $150 off right now
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17:00
26/01/2022
VIDEO: COVID-19 vaccines still recommended for those with psoriasis
WAILEA, Hawaii — In this video perspective from Maui Derm for Dermatologists, Joel M. Gelfand, MD, MSCE, gives an update on the guidance from the National Psoriasis Foundation Task Force on COVID-19 vaccines and bo...
16:58
26/01/2022
Save 50 percent on the Columbia fleece Amazon shoppers 'literally live in' — it's now $30
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16:58
26/01/2022
Increase in distant-stage early colorectal cancer highest among younger age groups
Individuals aged between 20 and 39 years had the greatest burden of distant early-onset colorectal adenocarcinoma, according to a retrospective study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.Investig...
16:44
26/01/2022
The Best Color-Safe Shampoo You Can Buy Is Only $5
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16:37
26/01/2022
Booster Shot Drive Falters in the US
Americans are less accepting of booster shots than initial COVID vaccinations, a new poll shows, despite a steady flow of information showing boosters improve a person's protection against the virus. WebMD Health News...
16:36
26/01/2022
Antibiotic-resistant infections killed more than 1.2 million people in 2019
Antibiotic-resistant infections, on the rise globally, killed more than 1.2 million people in 2019, according to a new estimate published recently in The Lancet.Additionally, researchers estimated that nearly 5 million d...
16:26
26/01/2022
Mother Aims to Find Cause, Aid Others Mourning Sudden Child Death
After losing her daughter, a mother aims to find a cause behind sudden unexplained death in childhood....
16:09
26/01/2022
McDonald's Adds These Fan-Favorites To the Menu For the First Time
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16:05
26/01/2022
Ben&Jerry's Launches 2 New Nostalgic Flavors
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16:00
26/01/2022
Study finds cancer immunotherapy treatment can reverse HIV latency
An international research collaboration has found the cancer immunotherapy treatment, pembrolizumab, can reverse HIV latency, the ability for the virus to 'hide' inside cells of people living with HIV on antiretroviral t...
16:00
26/01/2022
Researchers develop next generation of artificial platelets that can stop bleeding from an injury faster
Biomedical researchers at Case Western Reserve University report that their latest innovation in developing synthetic platelets could help save lives by rapidly stabilizing clots to reduce blood loss from traumatic injur...
16:00
26/01/2022
Nanoparticle-formulated drug combination is effective in medulloblastoma, a pediatric brain tumor
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers have demonstrated that a novel combination of two drugs that act as targeted inhibitors, delivered in a nanoparticle formulation, extend the survival of mice with me...
16:00
26/01/2022
Researchers create test to quickly identify COVID-19 infection and disease severity
George Washington University researchers have developed a blood test that quickly detects if someone has COVID-19 and predicts how severely the immune system will react to the infection, according to a new study coming o...
16:00
26/01/2022
Scientists develop COVID-19 testing lab in a backpack
In a new study, published in PLOS ONE, scientists from Queen Mary University of London show that their lab-in-a-backpack approach is as effective as commercially available COVID-19 tests at detecting SARS-CoV-2....
16:00
26/01/2022
Researchers regrow frog's lost leg
For millions of patients who have lost limbs for reasons ranging from diabetes to trauma, the possibility of regaining function through natural regeneration remains out of reach. Regrowth of legs and arms remains the pro...
15:57
26/01/2022
DaVita works with kidney doctors, transplant providers to launch 11 programs across the US
DaVita Integrated Kidney Care has joined forces with more than 1,000 kidney doctors, transplant providers, hospice providers and advanced care practitioners to launch 11 value-based care programs across the U.S.According...
15:55
26/01/2022
NovaBay launches lubricating eye drops
NovaBay Pharmaceuticals announced the launch of Avenova Lubricating Eye Drops for the treatment of dry eye symptoms.NovaBay said in a press release that the eye drops, the company’s first product launch in 2022, ar...
15:50
26/01/2022
Screening nonsmokers may up lung cancer diagnosis, survival rates
(HealthDay)—Low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening of mostly nonsmoking Asian women is associated with considerable early-stage lung cancer overdiagnosis, according to a study published online Jan. 18 in JAM...
15:43
26/01/2022
Two-thirds of Omicron cases in England reinfections: study
Nearly two-thirds of people in England who tested positive for COVID-19 in January previously had the virus or suspected they had it, a large long-running infection survey revealed Wednesday....
15:37
26/01/2022
Russia offering jabs to children aged 12-17 as cases soar
Russia on Wednesday expanded a domestically developed coronavirus vaccine for children aged 12-17 to include more regions, amid the country's biggest infection surge yet due to the spread of the highly contagious omicron...
15:33
26/01/2022
Robotic Spinal Replica for Surgical Planning
A team at Florida Atlantic University has developed a 3D-printed replica of a portion of the human spine, based on patient CT data. The patient-specific construct can be attached and articulated by a robotic platform, an...
15:22
26/01/2022
McDonald's is bringing 4 fan-inspired food hacks to their menu, from the 'Surf and Turf' to the 'Hash Brown McMuffin'
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15:20
26/01/2022
Septic shock linked to mortality in hematologic malignancies
(HealthDay)—For patients with hematologic malignancies, septic shock is associated with high mortality rates and poor 90-day survival, according to a study published in the January issue of the Journal of the Natio...
15:17
26/01/2022
Secrets from an interior designer: These 7 luxe look-alikes are up to 95 percent less at Walmart
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15:12
26/01/2022
Music: The universal language
And as we wind on down the road, our shadows taller than our soul, there walks a lady we all know, who shines white light and wants to show how everything still turns to gold.A few readers may recognize the lyrics above,...
15:11
26/01/2022
Poll: Many People With Asthma Have Mixed Feelings About Masks
A new study finds most people with asthma still use them in public places during the COVID-19 pandemic....
15:10
26/01/2022
Fat Injections Might Ease Pain of Plantar Fasciitis
A small pilot study suggests that an injection of a patient's own fat cells can help ease the often-excruciating heel pain brought on by a condition known as plantar fasciitis....
15:10
26/01/2022
Nutrient-laden snacks can meaningfully cut cholesterol
(HealthDay)—A suite of ready-to-eat bioactive snacks can meaningfully reduce cholesterol in patients unwilling or unable to take statin drugs, according to a study published Jan. 26 in the Journal of Nutrition....
15:04
26/01/2022
To Supplement or Not? Understanding the Benefits and Dangers
If you think you need to add to your diet with supplements, make sure you’re doing it with the proper guidance....
15:00
26/01/2022
American College of Gastroenterology issues guidelines for managing acute-on-chronic liver failure
(HealthDay)—In clinical guidelines issued by the American College of Gastroenterology and published online Jan. 10 in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, recommendations are presented for the management of ac...
14:50
26/01/2022
Casirivimab + imdevimab prevents progression to symptomatic COVID-19
(HealthDay)—For asymptomatic severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-positive individuals living with an infected household contact, treatment with the subcutane...
14:50
26/01/2022
Risk for early-onset sepsis low for infants with low-risk delivery
(HealthDay)—Infants born at all gestational ages with low-risk delivery characteristics have a low risk for early-onset sepsis (EOS) and may not require initiation of empiric antibiotic therapy immediately followin...
14:50
26/01/2022
When relationships break down, men are at risk of mental illness
A new UBC study confirms that when men transition out of relationships, they are at increased risk of mental illness, including anxiety, depression and suicide....
14:47
26/01/2022
VIDEO: Want to get your work published? Expert advises ‘don’t give up’
In a Healio video exclusive, David T. Rubin, MD, chief of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition at the University of Chicago Medicine, outlines tips for getting your work published in a medical journal.Originally pr...
14:46
26/01/2022
Compound from violets may help fight glioblastoma
A circular peptide derived from violets could lead to new approaches in treating glioblastoma, a highly aggressive form of brain cancer....
14:42
26/01/2022
Research reveals new links between brain over-activity and schizophrenia symptoms
New research has shown that over-activity in a specific area of the brain is linked to certain symptoms of schizophrenia, opening up possibilities for the development of more targeted treatments....
14:41
26/01/2022
Chemotherapy's effectiveness may vary with time of day, research suggests
The blood-brain barrier keeps foreign substances from entering the brain. That's good when it comes to toxins and germs, but it makes treating tumors in the brain trickier. By shielding the brain from things that would h...
14:41
26/01/2022
Study now links non-mutated Apolipoprotein E to dementia in the aging brain
Researchers exploring dementia-related proteins in the brain identified Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) as a key misfolded protein. About 25% of individuals, and 50% of individuals with Alzheimer disease, have a genetic mutation...
14:40
26/01/2022
Drugmaker Teva Fueled Opioid Addiction in New York, Jury Finds
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd fueled opioid addiction in New York state, a jury found on Thursday, a setback for a company still facing thousands of other opioid-related lawsuits around the United States. Reuters ...
14:39
26/01/2022
Screen-free fun for kids: $20 buys you this cool flying orb that lights up
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14:39
26/01/2022
Statistics report offers snapshot of the nation's brain health—and a guide to protecting it
Brain diseases, including Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, are closely connected to heart health. They are affected by everyday actions and rank among the nation's leading causes of death....
14:39
26/01/2022
Skyrizi approved for psoriatic arthritis
(HealthDay)—The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has expanded the approval of Skyrizi (risankizumab-rzaa) to treatment of adults with active psoriatic arthritis, the manufacturer announced Friday....
14:36
26/01/2022
Menstrual Blood Sequencing Effective for HPV Screening
Screening for human papillomavirus in high-risk individuals may be done effectively and noninvasively using menstrual blood testing with target-capture sequencing, a clinical study suggests. Reuters Health Information...
14:34
26/01/2022
Mary J. Blige says she had to pay herself 'the highest compliments' in order to get her confidence back
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14:33
26/01/2022
COVID Is Less Severe With Omicron Than Delta, US Study Suggests
The Omicron variant appears to result in less severe COVID-19 than seen during previous periods of high coronavirus transmission including the Delta wave, according to a new US study. Reuters Health Information...
14:30
26/01/2022
CDC Chief Just Issued This Pleading Warning
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14:30
26/01/2022
VIDEO: Striving for ‘one and done’ with collagen cross-linking
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii — In this Healio Video Perspective from Hawaiian Eye 2022, Kathryn M. Hatch, MD, explains why cornea specialists strive for “one and done” when treating keratoconus and other epithelial...
14:24
26/01/2022
Gastro Journal Issues Expressions of Concern on 40 Probiotic Articles
The articles appeared in the Journal of Crohn's and Colitis, the official journal of the European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) and date back to 2007. Undark...
14:20
26/01/2022
Bill would expand Florida doctors' ability to refuse care based on beliefs
The Florida Legislature on Tuesday began moving forward with a bill that would allow health care providers to act on their "conscience" when deciding whether to provide certain treatments for patients....
14:10
26/01/2022
Drug-Resistant Malaria Is Emerging in Africa. Is the World Ready?
Resistance to the drug artemisinin was confirmed in Africa. Without better surveillance, it is hard to track the threat. Undark...
14:07
26/01/2022
Increased Dosing Can Benefit Overweight Patients With Psoriasis
'Weight may have an impact on pharmacokinetics and, therefore, on the clinical outcome of biologic treatment for psoriasis,' the authors commented. Medscape Medical News...
14:01
26/01/2022
Dr. Fauci Opens Up About Origins Of COVID Virus
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13:52
26/01/2022
After Miscarriage, No Guarantee for Time Off or Job-Based Help
About a quarter of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Despite the large number of workers affected, no national laws protect them when they need time off to deal with the loss. Kaiser Health News...
13:51
26/01/2022
Weight loss may not improve fertility in women with obesity, yet it confers other benefits
Among women with obesity and unexplained infertility, weight loss before infertility treatment did not increase the likelihood of having a healthy live birth, according to findings published in PLoS Medicine.However, res...
13:50
26/01/2022
US senators aim to reform health agencies before next pandemic
Two influential senators are calling for an overhaul of the U.S.'s public health programs in a new bill that would change how the government monitors disease outbreaks, stockpiles supplies and responds to future pandemic...
13:45
26/01/2022
VIDEO: George Martin, MD, gives cutaneous oncology updates
WAILEA, Hawaii — In this video perspective from Maui Derm for Dermatologists, George Martin, MD, the meeting’s program director, gives an update on cutaneous oncology treatment options that were discussed dur...
13:42
26/01/2022
These 24 Black History Documentaries Are Essential Viewing
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13:40
26/01/2022
How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting kids
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a common misconception is that kids aren't affected much by COVID-19, and if they were to get sick, their symptoms would be mild. However, the pandemic is affecting children in many ways...
13:39
26/01/2022
Medical Thrillers Raise Nearly $90K for Doctors Without Borders
Richard Brown, MD, combined his love of writing with his passion for Doctors Without Borders by donating 100% of the proceeds of his self-published books. Medscape Medical News...
13:39
26/01/2022
Ripretinib fails to improve PFS in advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumor
Ripretinib did not extend PFS compared with sunitinib for patients with advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumor who previously received imatinib, according to randomized phase 3 study results presented during the ASCO Pl...
13:30
26/01/2022
Nutrient-dense foods may help reduce cholesterol among statin-intolerant patients
Substituting a small portion of food with nutrient-dense foods may effectively lower cholesterol among patients with hyperlipidemia without the use of drugs, according to findings published in the Journal of Nutrition.Th...
13:30
26/01/2022
Omicron batters already strained U.S. hospitals
(HealthDay)—U.S. hospitals continue to reel from the pressure posed by the ongoing pandemic, facing critical workforce shortages and rising labor costs that amount to a "national emergency," hospital executives say...
13:30
26/01/2022
Can brain stimulation improve memory formation?
For some adults, the use of a responsive neurostimulation (RNS) system implanted in the brain can help lessen or control seizures related to certain types of epilepsy. The device works similar to a pacemaker but is impla...
13:26
26/01/2022
FDA approves Kimmtrak for unresectable or metastatic uveal melanoma
The FDA approved tebentafusp-tebn for the treatment of adults with HLA-A*02:01-positive unresectable or metastatic uveal melanoma.Tebentafusp-tebn (Kimmtrak, Immunocore) — the only FDA-approved treatment for this i...
13:26
26/01/2022
California Appears to Pass Peak of Omicron Variant Wave
Over 15,000 people are hospitalized with coronavirus, a huge figure but well short of last January's peak of about 22,000 and half of what officials had feared. Associated Press...
13:23
26/01/2022
This week's 12 best video game deals for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox
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13:21
26/01/2022
Update on rapid, living practice points: SARS-CoV-2 infections, reinfections and natural immunity
The American College of Physicians issued an updated Rapid, Living Practice Points on the antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 after initial infection and protection against reinfection with SARS-CoV-2. The new version, "What...
13:21
26/01/2022
Study profiles side-effects linked to common immunosuppressant methotrexate
New research led by University of Manchester and NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) scientists has profiled the side effects of methotrexate—a common drug used to treat arthritis and other autoimmune ...


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