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03:36
15/05/2021
States, business sort out what new CDC mask guidance means
More than a dozen states quickly embraced new federal guidelines that say fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear masks indoors or out in most cases. But other states and cities and some major businesses hesita...
03:34
15/05/2021
Researchers report first instance of COVID-19 triggering recurrent blood clots in arms
Researchers at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School are reporting the first instance of COVID-19 triggering a rare recurrence of potentially serious blood clots in people's arms....
02:03
15/05/2021
Who knew you could grab Anker's top-notch wireless charger at Amazon for just $10?
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22:21
14/05/2021
Robô chinês Zhurong aterrisa em Marte para iniciar investigações no planeta
Mídia estatal confirmou chegada às 20 horas de Brasília. Sonda Tianwen 1 chegou à órbita do planeta em fevereiro deste ano. Veja outras missões que levaram robôs até...
22:02
14/05/2021
Amazon is having a massive sale this weekend — here's a sneak peek at some highlights, starting at just $7
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20:34
14/05/2021
China se prepara para aterrissar robô Zhurong para investigar Marte
Sonda Tianwen 1 chegou à órbita do planeta em fevereiro deste ano. Módulo deverá fazer pouso especialmente delicado nos próximos dias. Veja outras missões que levaram robôs...
20:00
14/05/2021
Brasil registra mais 2.189 mortes por Covid e 84 mil novos casos
País contabiliza 432.785 óbitos e 15.521.313 casos, segundo balanço do consórcio de veículos de imprensa com informações das secretarias de Saúde. Número de ...
19:56
14/05/2021
Walmart just dropped a slew of incredible weekend deals — save up to 80 percent!
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18:58
14/05/2021
E-cigarette use associated with risk for wheezing, shortness of breath in young users
E-cigarette use was associated with increased risk for wheezing and shortness of breath in adolescents and young adults, according to new data presented at the American Thoracic Society International Conference.“Th...
18:51
14/05/2021
Bike-Linked Head Injuries Decline for Kids, But Not Adults
Increased helmet use and construction of dedicated bike lanes in cities have helped reduce cases of serious brain injuries....
18:36
14/05/2021
CDC: Leading on COVID, or Leading From Behind?
Public health experts weigh in on the CDC's latest mask guidance, how they think the agency is doing, and where it should go next. Medscape Medical News...
18:33
14/05/2021
ACC Survey: 44% of Cardiologists Report a Hostile Work Environment
The first-of-its-kind survey from the American College of Cardiology shows emotional and sexual harassment and discrimination are common in the global cardiology workforce, more often reported by women. Medscape Medica...
18:33
14/05/2021
Set expectations early to ensure high patient satisfaction in refractive cataract surgery
WAILEA, Hawaii — Keeping the promise of “no glasses after cataract surgery,” begins and ends with preoperative preparation and setting of expectations, according to a speaker at Hawaiian Eye 2021.&ldquo...
18:12
14/05/2021
Changes in albuminuria, eGFR linked with risk of advanced CKD
Increases in urinary albumin-creatinine ratio and decreases in estimated glomerular filtration rate heighten the risk for advanced chronic kidney disease, according to a study.“Changes in estimated glomerular filtr...
18:12
14/05/2021
Cardiac Events Doubled Among Distressed Younger Survivors of MI
In addition to medical therapy and cardiac rehab, cardiologists should consider psychological assessment after MI, especially among younger patients, to prevent recurrent events, a new study suggests. Medscape Medical...
18:04
14/05/2021
Seth Rogen and his wife are 'psyched' to be child-free: 'We have so much fun'
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17:55
14/05/2021
Docs Question Chiropractic Approach Called 'Quantum Neurology'
"Quantum neurology" is an example of the type of alleged pseudoscience that is popular among patients. Although ignoring such unproven practices may be tempting, here's what experts say doctors should know. Medscape M...
17:51
14/05/2021
Heart attack recovery aided by injecting heart muscle cells that overexpress cyclin D2
In a large-animal study, researchers have shown that heart attack recovery is aided by injection of heart muscle cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cell line, or hiPSCs, that overexpress cyclin D2. This re...
17:49
14/05/2021
Perfluorocarbon liquid provides ‘excellent’ visualization for RD repair
WAILEA, Hawaii — Perfluorocarbon liquid represents “a big advance” in the surgical approach to subretinal fluid removal when performing vitrectomy for primary retinal detachment repair, Carl D. Regillo,...
17:46
14/05/2021
Cataloging breast cells to find cancer origins
What if you could predict which cells might become cancerous? Breast tissue changes dramatically throughout a woman's life, so finding markers for sudden changes that can lead to cancer is especially difficult. Cold Spri...
17:44
14/05/2021
Compound may prevent risk of a form of arrhythmia from common medications
Dozens of commonly used drugs, including antibiotics, antinausea and anticancer medications, have a potential side effect of lengthening the electrical event that triggers contraction, creating an irregular heartbeat, or...
17:24
14/05/2021
Racial Disparities in Endovascular Therapy for Stroke Persist
Although the use of this beneficial treatment for ischemic stroke has increased in all racial and ethnic groups, Black and ethnic minority patients are still less likely to receive it. Medscape Medical News...
17:24
14/05/2021
Former WWE star Gabbi Tuft shares latest step in her transgender journey: Getting new breasts
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17:16
14/05/2021
Teens, young adults who report e-cigarette use have increased odds of asthma
Teens and young adults who report current e-cigarette use have increased risk for developing asthma and experiencing asthma exacerbations, according to data reported at the American Thoracic Society International Confere...
16:51
14/05/2021
Blackpink covers Vogue Korea and fans are freaking out
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16:49
14/05/2021
Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine Appears Not to Affect Sperm
The COVID-19 mRNA vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech does not damage sperm, according to a study by Israeli researchers. Reuters Health Information...
16:45
14/05/2021
Amazon's No. 1 best-selling car vac is just $31 right now: 'This thing is awesome!'
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16:32
14/05/2021
CMS: Beneficiaries forewent millions of mental health care visits due to COVID-19 pandemic
CMS today published data showing that beneficiaries forewent millions of primary, preventive and mental health care visits between March 2020 and October 2020 because of the COVID-19 public health emergency.Utilizations ...
16:29
14/05/2021
'This thing rocks': On sale for $29, this clever camera lets you peek into sink drains and other small places
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16:25
14/05/2021
ED maintains HIV screening by combining it with COVID-19 tests
The pandemic has disrupted HIV care, including routine testing. By making phlebotomy part of the COVID-19 testing process, an ED at the University of Chicago Medicine kept up its HIV screening volumes during the pandemic...
16:06
14/05/2021
Despite New Guidance, Some Places Still Require Masks
'So, we have some jurisdictions that have higher levels of cases. We have some jurisdictions that have lower levels of vaccine administration.' WebMD Health News...
15:56
14/05/2021
County characteristics impact premature stroke mortality
County-level stroke mortality occurring outside a stroke unit correlated primarily with demographics and health care and environmental factors, according to results from a retrospective, cross-sectional study published i...
15:55
14/05/2021
'Better than Apple:' Score this $90 LG smartphone bundle at QVC — that's nearly 80 percent off!
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15:54
14/05/2021
Despite CDC COVID Guidance, Some Still Require Masks
New CDC guidance says fully vaccinated people don’t need to wear masks indoors, but many businesses like Starbucks and some state and local governments have not relaxed their own mask rules yet....
15:53
14/05/2021
ADT not associated with increased risk for cardiovascular mortality in prostate cancer
The addition of androgen deprivation therapy to radiation therapy did not appear associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular mortality among men with prostate cancer, according to a study published in Cancer.The...
15:51
14/05/2021
Alarming New Study Finds Harmful Chemicals From Food Packaging Are Present in Breast Milk
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15:49
14/05/2021
Olanzapine/samidorphan treatment reduces weight gain for several schizophrenia subgroups
Olanzapine/samidorphan combination treatment reduced weight gain across several subgroups of individuals at increased risk for weight gain with olanzapine, according to results of a subgroup analysis.Researchers presente...
15:49
14/05/2021
We Finally Have a Premiere Date for the "iCarly" Revival
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15:37
14/05/2021
Indian Covid variant sparks concern, and questions
The coronavirus strain first linked to the COVID epidemic in India has now spread to at least 44 countries and been classified as a "variant of concern", but health authorities still know relatively little about it....
15:33
14/05/2021
Fruit flies and mosquitos are 'brainier' than most people suspect, say scientists
In research made possible when COVID-19 sidelined other research projects, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine meticulously counted brain cells in fruit flies and three species of mosquitos, revealing a number that woul...
15:32
14/05/2021
Fairness 'important - but not enough'
Being treated fairly is important—but fairness alone isn't enough to make people feel valued in a workplace or other groups, new research suggests....
15:30
14/05/2021
Scientists rewrite the genesis of mosquito-borne viruses
Better designed vaccines for insect-spread viruses like dengue and Zika are likely after researchers discovered models of immature flavivirus particles were originally misinterpreted....
15:26
14/05/2021
Trader Joe's Is Ending Its Mask Requirement For These Customers
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15:23
14/05/2021
Quebec, New Brunswick Stop Offering First Doses of AstraZeneca Vaccine
The Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick will no longer offer first doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as of Thursday, but will offer second doses using current supplies and future deliveries, the provin...
15:22
14/05/2021
'Put the skepticism aside': This beloved shampoo truly helps with hair growth, say almost 7,000 fans
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15:07
14/05/2021
Can Some Movies Change Your Life? Maybe
A new study finds watching certain movies may help you navigate difficult times in your own life....
15:01
14/05/2021
AAN statement calls telehealth 'essential and effective method' for delivering health care
The American Academy of Neurology released an update to their 2014 position statement on telehealth in which they reiterate their call for expanding its use.“Telehealth won’t replace all in-person neurologic ...
15:00
14/05/2021
Bio-inspired scaffolds help promote muscle growth
Rice University bioengineers are fabricating and testing tunable electrospun scaffolds completely derived from decellularized skeletal muscle to promote the regeneration of injured skeletal muscle....
14:58
14/05/2021
Mentor-Mentee Relationships in Hospital Medicine
While mentoring is a crucial part of the learning and career process, it is littered with pitfalls. Medscape Medical News...
14:55
14/05/2021
Smart Prescribing Strategies Improve Antibiotic Stewardship
Ruling out UTIs and limiting antibiotic duration in pneumonia patients can help reduce resistance and improve outcomes. Medscape Medical News...
14:54
14/05/2021
HIV: Managing Setbacks
HIV setbacks can be difficult to figure out. Sticking to treatment, navigating relationships, and maintaining your overall health can be overwhelming at times. Find out ways to cope with emotions and manage your well-bei...
14:49
14/05/2021
75% afirmam que governo Bolsonaro demorou para comprar vacina e mais da metade desaprova gestão da pandemia, diz Datafolha
72% também acreditam que a gestão Bolsonaro agiu como se a Covid-19 não fosse grave. 51% reprovam desempenho de Bolsonaro na pandemia, segundo pesquisa Datafolha Uma nova pesquisa Datafolha publicada...
14:48
14/05/2021
New report offers ‘most compelling’ evidence yet of COVID-19 vaccines’ effectiveness
Messenger RNA vaccines by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna were 94% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 among health care workers after two doses and more than 80% effective after one, researchers reported in MMWR.Th...
14:45
14/05/2021
Where to Find the Best Discounts on The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K
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14:37
14/05/2021
Q&A: Novel biomarker test identifies 14-day risk for preeclampsia
Researchers said a blood test that assesses multiple biomarkers can rule out a pregnant person’s risk for developing preeclampsia in the next 14 days.They presented data on the Preecludia (Progenity) test at the Am...
14:34
14/05/2021
Most pediatric spinal fractures related to not wearing seatbelts
Two thirds of all pediatric spinal fractures, especially in the adolescent population, occur in motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) where seatbelts are not utilized, reports a study in Spine....
14:14
14/05/2021
Virus Variant First Identified in India Found in Nebraska
Nebraska health officials said an extremely contagious variant of the coronavirus that was first identified in India has been confirmed in the state. Associated Press...
14:10
14/05/2021
Dr. Fauci Issues This Word of Caution for Everyone
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14:07
14/05/2021
The CDC says fully vaccinated people can go without a mask: What does this mean for kids?
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14:03
14/05/2021
Report: Increasing payment, access will help restore ‘weakening’ primary care system
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine recently issued a report on how to make “high-quality primary care” available to all patients in the United States.“Primary care is weakening...
14:00
14/05/2021
Bill Maher Taping Canceled After Host's Positive Virus Test
"No other staff or crew members have tested positive at this time," the channel said. Associated Press...
13:59
14/05/2021
Segundo ano de pandemia deve ser mais mortal que o primeiro, diz OMS
'No ritmo que as coisas vão, o segundo ano da pandemia será muito mais mortal do que o primeiro', disse Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, diretor-geral da OMS, em entrevista coletiva n...
13:57
14/05/2021
Of NSAIDs, ibuprofen poses lowest risk for kidney function decline
In a cohort of Chinese patients with normal kidney function at baseline, NSAIDs had varying impacts on eGFR decline, with ibuprofen posing the lowest risk and etoricoxib posing the highest risk.“[NSAIDs] have been ...
13:53
14/05/2021
Tympanostomy tubes not superior to medical management for recurrent acute otitis media
Tympanostomy tubes were not superior to medical management in reducing the rate of episodes of acute otitis media over a 2-year period in infants and toddlers, according to a study published in The New England Journal of...
13:50
14/05/2021
Mayo Clinic Q And A: What is extracorporeal membrane oxygenation?
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My uncle was diagnosed with COVID-19, and his doctors mentioned the possibility of putting him on ECMO. What does this mean?...
13:49
14/05/2021
Metabolic-Bariatric Surgery Tied to Lower All-Cause Mortality
Adults with obesity have a longer life expectancy when they undergo metabolic-bariatric surgery, regardless of whether they have comorbid type 2 diabetes, a new meta-analysis suggests. Reuters Health Information...
13:44
14/05/2021
New Invention Speeds Up Walking Pace
Engineers are designing lightweight, torque-controlled ankle supports to help walkers defy their limitations and propel forward faster. Medscape Medical News...
13:43
14/05/2021
Dealing with cancer: Website serves as 'virtual bridge' for patients to manage their care
A biopsy revealed Carol Smith's worst fears last October: She had endometrial cancer typically found in the uterus that could aggressively spread....
13:42
14/05/2021
Assessing Cognitive Nuances Between ADHD and Autism
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder often coexist in children and adults, but range of cognitive abilities can vary widely, experts note. Medscape Medical News...
13:40
14/05/2021
Why you shouldn't forgo your second COVID-19 vaccine dose
More than 35% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated for COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And for anyone who receives the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, two doses are...
13:40
14/05/2021
Elon Musk: Is It Asperger's or Level 1 ASD?
Asperger's is considered outdated terminology. It is no longer viewed as a diagnosis in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the "bible" used by mental health professionals to diagnose conditions....
13:40
14/05/2021
New benefit increases veterans' access to urgent care in the community
Two years ago, the Veterans Affairs healthcare system (VA) began rolling out a new benefit, enabling Veterans to receive urgent care from a network of community providers—rather than visiting a VA emergency departm...
13:40
14/05/2021
New pre-clinical model could hold the key to better HIV treatments
A team led by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Children's National Hospital has developed a unique pre-clinical model that enables the study of long-term HIV infection, and the testing of new therapies aimed at ...
13:36
14/05/2021
America's Biggest Pizza Chain Is Offering Its Pies at Half Price
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13:35
14/05/2021
Cataract surgery may worsen DME while improving visual acuity
Patients with actively treated diabetic macular edema who undergo cataract surgery may experience worsening DME that does not immediately affect best corrected visual acuity.Researchers published these findings in the Am...
13:20
14/05/2021
Should my child get the COVID-19 vaccine? Seven questions answered by a pediatric infectious disease expert
The Food and Drug Administration expanded emergency use authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to include adolescents 12 to 15 years of age on May 10, 2021. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention f...
13:20
14/05/2021
Herd immunity appears unlikely for COVID-19, but CDC says vaccinated people can ditch masks in most settings
When COVID-19 first began spreading, public health and medical experts began talking about the need for the U.S. to reach herd immunity to stop the coronavirus from spreading. Experts have estimated that between 60% and ...
13:19
14/05/2021
Directional atherectomy followed by DCB effective to treat complex peripheral lesions
A strategy of directional atherectomy followed by drug-coated balloon treatment was beneficial in patients with long, calcified femoropopliteal lesions, according to 12-month results of the REALITY study.Brian G. DeRuber...
13:19
14/05/2021
Access to overdose-reversing drugs declined during pandemic, researchers find
While overall emergency department visits have decreased during the pandemic, nonfatal opioid overdose visits have more than doubled. However, few patients who overdosed on opioids had received a prescription for naloxon...
13:18
14/05/2021
New perspective on stress pandemics and human resilience from the analysis of COVID-19
A new analysis of the effects of SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing the current pandemic, on the human body has provided novel insights into the nature of resilience and how we deal with stressful situations. Using COVID-19 a...
13:17
14/05/2021
New research optimizes body's own immune system to fight cancer
A groundbreaking study led by engineering and medical researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities shows how engineered immune cells used in new cancer therapies can overcome physical barriers to allow a patien...
13:16
14/05/2021
Researchers pinpoint possible way to prevent permanent hearing loss caused by cancer drug
University of Alberta scientists have identified a receptor in cells that could be key to preventing permanent hearing loss in childhood cancer survivors who are being treated with the drug cisplatin. The researchers bel...
13:16
14/05/2021
Our dreams' weirdness might be why we have them, argues new AI-inspired theory of dreaming
The question of why we dream is a divisive topic within the scientific community: it's hard to prove concretely why dreams occur and the neuroscience field is saturated with hypotheses. Inspired by techniques used to tra...
13:15
14/05/2021
Yoga and breathing exercises aid children with ADHD to focus
Yoga and breathing exercises have a positive effect on children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). After special classes, children improve their attention, decrease hyperactivity, they stay alert longe...
13:15
14/05/2021
Researchers develop first-in-class inhibitors against key leukemia protein
The protein made by the ASH1L gene plays a key role in the development of acute leukemia, along with other diseases. The ASH1L protein, however, has been challenging to target therapeutically....
13:15
14/05/2021
Orthopedic surgeon becomes patient after stroke at 48
As usual, Dr. Mike Knapic's workday was packed. By early afternoon, the orthopedic surgeon had completed three total knee replacements and was headed into surgery to repair a broken collarbone....
13:15
14/05/2021
Magnets in cellphones, smartwatches might affect pacemakers, FDA warns
(HealthDay)—The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning that strong magnets in some cellphones and smartwatches can interfere with pacemakers and other implanted medical devices....
13:15
14/05/2021
Many adults unprotected against vaccine-preventable disease
(HealthDay)—Many U.S. adults remain unprotected against vaccine-preventable diseases, according to research published in the May 14 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Mortali...
13:15
14/05/2021
Biden administration investigating mysterious ailments striking government personnel
(HealthDay)—A mysterious illness that caused brain injuries to more than 130 spies, diplomats, soldiers, and other U.S. personnel overseas during the past few years is going to be vigorously investigated, The New Y...
13:15
14/05/2021
Estimated 596,972 ED visits for bicycle-related TBIs reported in 2009 to 2018
(HealthDay)—During 2009 to 2018, there were 596,972 emergency department visits for bicycle-related traumatic brain injury (TBI), with the rates highest for adult men and children aged 10 to 14 years, according to ...
13:13
14/05/2021
Pandemic to be 'far more deadly' this year, WHO warns
World health experts issued a grim warning Friday that the second year of COVID-19 was set to be "far more deadly", as Japan extended a state of emergency amid growing calls for the Olympics to be scrapped....
13:13
14/05/2021
Vaccinated should still mask up in high Covid areas: WHO
Even after receiving Covid-19 jabs, people should wear face masks in areas where the virus is spreading, the WHO said Friday, after the US decided the vaccinated do not need masks....
13:13
14/05/2021
Recrutamento de voluntários para os testes da Covaxin deve começar em junho, diz coordenadora do estudo no Brasil
Início dos testes depende da aprovação da Comissão Nacional de Ética e Pesquisa (Conep). Vacina será testada em 4,5 mil pessoas no país. Quatro estados participarão...
13:05
14/05/2021
Ireland Baldwin shared risqué photos on Instagram. Mom Kim Basinger seemingly isn’t thrilled.
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13:04
14/05/2021
New study into pediatric intensive care paves the way for improving care for critically ill children
A new study carried out in collaboration with the University of Birmingham has identified factors that increase the likelihood of critically ill children needing life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)....
13:04
14/05/2021
Cell therapy effective, safe for BK virus-associated hemorrhagic cystitis after HSCT
BK virus-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes from healthy donors appeared safe and effective for patients with BK virus-associated hemorrhagic cystitis after undergoing allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.Nea...
13:04
14/05/2021
Women with a 'sweet tooth' more in tune with their bodies
Women who crave sweet taste sensations are more in tune with their bodies—and better able to tell when they feel full—than women with an aversion to the sweet stuff. That's according to new research from psyc...
13:04
14/05/2021
New research sheds light on the brain's GPS system
Grid cells are the brain's GPS system. But do they use brain waves to gather information about speed and direction? Researchers at the University of Oslo resolved the question....
13:03
14/05/2021
The mechanism of action of genes with high mutation frequency in cancer
After the p53 tumor suppressor gene, the genes most frequently found mutated in cancer are those encoding two proteins of the SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex. This complex's function is to 'accommodate' the histones...
13:03
14/05/2021
Why you might not be the body shape you think
Hourglass, bottom hourglass, top hourglass, spoon, rectangle, diamond, oval, triangle, and inverted triangle… there are nine official female body shape classifications....
13:03
14/05/2021
How quickly do we become unfit?
Getting in shape isn't easy. But after all that hard work, how long do we actually maintain it? Turns out that even the great effort we put into training, taking a bit of time off can mean that we become "unfit" much fas...
13:02
14/05/2021
Detecting glaucoma early
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases wherein increased pressure within the eye can, if left untreated, lead to damage to the optic nerve and vision loss. Its detection relies on measuring intraocular pressure, visual exam...
13:00
14/05/2021
School Report Card: SC governor and department of education at odds over masks in schools, public schools are mixed on mandating vaccines
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12:53
14/05/2021
Ovarian Cancer: Why a Diagnosis Often Comes Late
Here’s what two doctors who treat gynecologic cancers want you to know about spotting ovarian cancer as early as possible....
12:47
14/05/2021
BERENICE: Further Evidence of Heart Safety of Dual HER2 Blockade
Final results were presented at ESMO Breast Cancer 2021 on dual HER2 blockade with pertuzumab and trastuzumab on top of anthracycline-based neoadjuvant chemotherapy for early-stage breast cancer. Medscape Medical News...
12:39
14/05/2021
The #1 Unhealthiest Diet You Should Never Try, According to a Dietitian
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12:33
14/05/2021
This teeth-whitening set's a hit with smokers and coffee drinkers — and it's just $15
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12:32
14/05/2021
Inside One Network Cashing In on Vaccine Disinformation
The Bollingers are part of an ecosystem of for-profit companies, nonprofit groups, YouTube channels and other social media accounts that stoke fear and distrust of COVID-19 vaccines. Associated Press...
12:15
14/05/2021
'We Are Polite': When a Retraction Notice Pulls Punches
Researchers in China have lost a paper on nerve blocks after finding that the work contained 'too many' errors to stand, but after it's pretty clear "too many errors" was a euphemism. Retraction Watch...
12:12
14/05/2021
Early biomarker warning of heart disease for diabetic patients
New research has shown that people with type 1 diabetes may have features of premature heart disease induced by the condition often before they even get their diagnosis....
12:12
14/05/2021
This Is Why There's A Huge Chicken Shortage, Tyson Says
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11:58
14/05/2021
FDA warns certain cell phones, smartwatches may interfere with implanted medical devices
The FDA issued a warning that certain cell phones and smartwatches containing high field strength magnets may cause some implanted medical devices, particularly cardiac devices, to suspend normal operations when in proxi...
11:52
14/05/2021
Lockdown led to positive lifestyle changes in older people
The COVID-19 lockdown was a catalyst for many older people to embrace technology, reconnect with friends and build new relationships with neighbors, according to University of Stirling research....
11:52
14/05/2021
FDA designates recall of two bradycardia pacemakers as Class I
The FDA has identified Abbott’s recall of two scalable bradycardia platform pacemakers as Class I, the most serious type of recall.According to an FDA press release, there have been 135 injuries and no deaths repor...
11:48
14/05/2021
New research will improve safety and quality of heparin
A new method to analyze the blood thinning drug heparin has been developed that can pinpoint contaminants more accurately and quickly, providing greater quality control and safety....
11:39
14/05/2021
Ultraprocessed Food Adversely Impacts Metabolome in Kids
Analysis of molecular changes to the metabolome upon consumption of ultraprocessed foods shows concerning changes in midchildhood and adolescence known to be associated with overweight/obesity. Medscape Medical News...
11:32
14/05/2021
Jana Kramer shares topless photo after breast augmentation: ‘This next me is free’
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11:31
14/05/2021
McDonald's Just Made This Big Policy Change at Company-Owned Restaurants
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11:31
14/05/2021
New York Yankees Report 7 'Breakthrough' COVID Cases
The New York Yankees have reported seven 'vaccine breakthrough' cases, in which a person tests positive for COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated. WebMD Health News...
11:30
14/05/2021
Shh! Amazon just released these high-quality KN95s—and they're made in the U.S.
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