5 Weight-Loss Mistakes You Didn't Know You Were Making >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 If it feels like you've been trying to slim down for weeks, months, maybe even years, and nothing's happened, we feel you: The struggle is real and the frustration even more so.
11 Low-Carb Snacks That Can Help You Lose Weight >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 "Swapping out high-carb snacks for ones that contain protein, fiber, and healthy fats can reduce appetite and increase metabolism," says Emily Rubin, R.D.
Trump marks “Women's Health Week” by ramping up policy to harm women's health >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 In another disturbingly Orwellian move, Donald Trump followed up a statement claiming to "celebrate" Women's Health Week with an unprecedented expansion of U.S. policy that will severely damage women's health and well-being around the world.
What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart Rate >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 For one, it's an important indicator of your cardiovascular health, or how efficiently your heart pumps blood, says Michael Souders, exercise physiologist at Integrative Cardiology and personal trainer at New York Health and Racquetball Club. Knowing ...
A Woman Says This Shower Gel Made Her Vagina Burn—Here's What You Need To Know >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 One woman's account of her shower experience gone so wrong is catching fire. (Pun intended. You'll see what we mean.) The blogger behind I Know, I Need To Stop Talking (who the Daily Mail identifies as Kathryn Kendall) decided to scrub up for the first ...
Mylan honors Women's Health Week >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 PITTSBURGH - Mylan on Tuesday joined the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health in recognizing the 18th-annual National Women's Health Week. This year's goal is to empower women to make their health a priority ...
You Need To Try This Woman's Game-Changing New Travel Tool On Your Next Vacation >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 ... while learning new languages, and meeting people of different generations and from different parts of the world, Aashi explains.
5 Women Share Their Hottest Breakup Sex Stories >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 There's just something about an ending—of a movie, of a vacation, and especially of a relationship—that suddenly makes everything feel so meaningful.
Taylor Swift Might Have A New Boyfriend—Here's What You Need To Know >> Womens Health
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Here's Why You Should Always Masturbate On Your Period >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 When you orgasm, your body releases dopamine and oxytocin—a natural pain reliever that can get rid of some of the worst period cramps.
National Women's Health Week: What women need to know >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 It's National Women's Health Week and an often overlooked area of women's health is their reproductive health.
11 Nurses Share Their Craziest Baby Delivery Stories >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 I don't know how she managed it!” —Jamie Vincent, a labor and delivery nurse at a community hospital in Walnut Creek, CA, and a member of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). 11 Nurses Share Their Craziest Baby ...
8 Summer Foods That Will Help You De-Bloat Fast >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 No matter how ab-tastic the workout or uber-healthy the diet, bloating happens to the best of us. And while that's totally natural and usually NBD, the last time we checked wearing Spanx to the beach wasn't a thing.
Congress should honor women's health by committing to Zika funding >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 This week is National Women's Health Week, and at the Boston Public Health Commission, it marks the launch of our Zika virus prevention and outreach efforts.
National Women's Health Week >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 The week of May 15 marks the eighteenth annual National Women's Health Week, a week aimed at empowering women across the nation to make their health a priority.
6 Things Every Woman Should Know About Cervical Cancer >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 More than 4,000 women die each year from cervical cancer, and many doctors fear a further uptick if Planned Parenthood—where millions of women get annual checkups and 270,000 women a year receive Pap smears (the test that checks for precancerous ...
This Relaxing Massage Technique Will De-Bloat Your Face >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 Maybe you're burning the midnight oil on an important work project, or perhaps worried about recent friend drama. Whatever the case, that stress can rear its ugly head...in your own face. That's because the cortisol released when you're stressed can ...
Texas wants to renew federal women's health funding it lost over Planned Parenthood >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 The Women's Health Advisory Committee took testimony from the public regarding the Healthy Women Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver application.
How 'Baywatch's' Alexandra Daddario Got Abs For The First Time In Her Life >> Womens Health
5/17/2017 "Really, I've never done anything where I've thought about my body as much. You are literally in a bikini the entire day.
UAH, NASA partner in climate research that's essential here and abroad >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 ... he says SERVIR provides an opportunity for UAH researchers to work on a high-energy program to apply their research and expertise to real world problems in the developing world related to water and water-related disasters, food security and ...
Court ruling is a first step toward controlling air pollution from livestock farms >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 If agriculture did not have serious environmental impacts, there would be good reason to regulate it lightly. But runoff from farms and ranches is the leading cause of water quality impairment in the United States. Farms produce significant air ...
Bird Benefits on Wild About Utah >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Their waste products are used as agricultural fertilizer, and they are indicators of environmental health. In the 1990s, Mexico City's air pollution problem was so bad birds fell dead from the sky. This initiated steps to improve air quality. There's ...
Science Group Believes USDA's Lead Scientist Should be…a Scientist >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Mr. Clovis denies the science of climate change and has no credentials that qualify him to assess the complicated scientific issues at play in agricultural systems, nutrition and food safety. American consumers and ... model of agriculture. Crop yields ...
Pushing back the frackers in New York >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 However, even more threatening to the local economy, which is based on agriculture, wineries and tourism, Crestwood has an absurd plan to store the extremely dangerous liquid propane gas (LPG) in lakeside salt caverns.
Meet the fixer: This scientist connects investors to new food tech. >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 “Have we failed to learn from history, and forgotten the harm done to our air, water, and wetlands?” wrote Karen Sonnessa of New York.
Voice of the Millbrook Region >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Ammonia is unregulated, yet it is the cause of poor health and early death in rural agricultural communities. We often think of air pollution as a problem of industry and automobiles, but if you visit a region that has a lot of agricultural activity ...
Eversource Spraying Sparks Renewed Opposition on Vineyard >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Opposition to spraying is growing on Cape and Vineyard but largely falling on deaf ears at Eversource and state department of agriculture. - Maria Thibodeau. Despite growing opposition, the herbicide ... She said four towns on the Cape want to testify ...
Revival of Hamouns on Track >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 The construction of dams and canals in Afghanistan has led to water being drawn for agriculture in the Afghan provinces of Kandahar, Helmand and Nimrooz, causing water levels in the lakes to plummet. To make matters worse, four reservoirs were built ...
Where Trump has weakened public and scientific input >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 “The West has some really important issues that interface with EPA science, like oil and gas development, water quality concerns, mining legacy, Superfund sites and tribal environmental health issues,” Utah State University natural resource sociologist ...
Iowa 2017 legislative wrap-up >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey in his 2017 Iowa legislative wrap-up commented there was progress regarding conservation and water quality efforts despite a difficult budget situation. ... $3.8 million for soil and water conservation; $8.33 ...
New legislation creates ND Department of Environmental Quality >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 The DEQ will be overseen by a new 13-member Environmental Review Advisory Board, created through the consolidation of the existing Air Quality Advisory Board and the Water Pollution Control Advisory Board. The new board will consist of the state ...
The China-US trade deal: environmental benefits and costs >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 According to figures in the 2014 Report on the State of China's Environment, livestock and poultry farming released 104.9 million tonnes of Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), the amount of pollution that cannot be oxidized biologically in surface water ...
Report: Extinction Looming for Most of California's Salmon and Trout >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 “Resilient fish populations indicate healthy waters, important for drinking water, agriculture, commerce and the health of people and the environments in which we live,” the report notes.
Agriculture Forum: Enhancing environmental quality >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 When not managed properly, manure can pollute the environment. This includes ground or surface water pollution due to Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P) and Carbon (organic matter).
US industry seeks faster permits, simpler rules in Trump regulation reset >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 But business groups have embraced the plan, calling it the best chance in more than a decade to reshape the regulatory landscape and boost growth, without undermining air and water quality. "Last time I remember this was 2001. That was the last big ...
Smoggy Central Valley Could Lose in Feds' Pollution Standards Fight >> Water - Air Quality - Agriculture
5/17/2017 Given the preeminence of agriculture and the harm air pollution can wreak on this lucrative industry, it comes as no surprise that California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has joined a coalition of 16 attorneys general opposing Congress' efforts to ...
PHOTOS: Horse teeth get attention from veterinary medicine students >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Anna Bracken, a Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine student, uses a DeWalt drill with a grinder to perform a dental float on a horse at Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center on May 16, 2017 in Castle Rock.
California businessman pleads guilty in Houston to trafficking in counterfeit veterinary-product labels and packaging >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 HOUSTON - A California businessman has admitted to directing the manufacture of counterfeit veterinary-product labels and sending them to Houston.
New veterinarians receive honors during 2017 commencement >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 The CSU Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program celebrated the accomplishments of 137 graduates during commencement on May 12, ushering the class of 2017 into veterinary careers. A number of new veterinarians received special honors during Colorado ...
INDBATT-I administers veterinary care for livestock in Renk >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 The ongoing strife and political turbulence in South Sudan has caused severe damage to an already fragile veterinary infrastructure, especially in Upper Nile region.
Fayetteville veterinarian trashes clinic, leaves state, staffer says >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 “If you have paid all these diagnostics for your pets and now you have to go to a new veterinarian and you don't have all those records and diagnostics, you have to start over,” Skubic said.
Santa Clarita Veterinarian Recommends Annual Check-Ups For Pets >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Lymphoma or various types of tumors on cat or dogs bodies could be an early indicator of cancer. Santa Clarita Veterinarian Jaimie Ronchetto recommends pet owners to have check-ups for any new lumps and bumps your pets may have.
Context matters: How a veterinary image became “cruel animal testing” >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 The image is definitely that of a rabbit suffering from hair loss, but the image comes from a Florida veterinary clinic's website.
Petco Partners With Thrive to Expand Its Veterinary Care Options in ... >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Petco Animal Supplies Inc. announced a joint venture with Austin-based Thrive Affordable Vet Care to incorporate full-service Thrive clinics in select Petco ...
Appomattox County High School veterinary science students learning animal care >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 As part of the Small Animal Care class, students used Sadie to practice administering an annual check-up, like one that would be performed in a veterinarian's office. Working in groups under the supervision of agriculture teacher Edward McCann Jr., the ...
Findlay, Ohio State grad joins veterinary clinic in Sycamore >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 In 2014, she graduated from The Ohio State University with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. After graduation, Titler spent three years working as a mixed-animal veterinarian in central Pennsylvania. “I'm so excited to be bringing my skills and ...
IDEXX Laboratories to Present at Stifel 2017 Dental and Veterinary Conference >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 WESTBROOK, Maine, May 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDXX), a global leader in veterinary diagnostics, veterinary practice software and water microbiology testing, announced today that it will participate in the Stifel ...
Missing Boxer fled from Blue Pearl veterinary hospital >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 TAMPA, Fla. - A young pup escaped from the BluePearl Veterinary Partners hospital and they are asking for the public to be on the lookout.
Scott Receives Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Taylor L. R. Scott, received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVM degree May 12, 2017, from The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. Dr. Scott is a graduate of Altavista Combined School and holds a BS from VA Tech. He is ...
Familiar veterinary bills introduced in Congress >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 For several years in a row, key players in organized veterinary medicine have adamantly fought a bill that would require veterinarians to hand clients a written prescription for every medication they prescribed for a patient. At the same time they have ...
Sequim woman awarded WSU posthumous veterinary doctorate >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Classmates and professors with Washington State University's School of Veterinary Medicine recently honored a Sequim woman's years of hard work and lifetime love for animals.
Veterinary nurse makes colorful, custom casts for animals post-surgery >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Up there on the list of "most heart-wrenching things ever" is seeing a pet in a cast. Pets, as good and pure beings, don't deserve to feel any pain or have to go through any suffering.
2017 Best Veterinarian: Vista Veterinary Hospital >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 When patients walk through the front doors of Vista Veterinary Hospital, staff know their names - whether they walk in on two legs, four - or anything in between.
PV grad earns veterinary degree >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Oklahoma State veterinary graduates are known for being practice ready upon earning their degree. In addition to private practice, a DVM degree opens doors into many different careers including military service, academia, biomedical research ...
Mizzou veterinary dean steps down | Notes from campus | stltoday.com >> Veterinary
5/17/2017 Olson joins St. George's University in Grenada, an island in the Caribbean, as the dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Pair rev up for epic trip across 24 countries >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 Chief of staff Nathan Muirhead, 32, and head of transport, Chris Kirk, 45, from Worthing, are both employees of Blind Veterans UK, which supports vision-impaired ex-servicemen and women. The drive, which begins on Monday in Brighton, will see them take ...
Every little helps as veterans forced to rely on food handouts from supermarket scheme >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 ... under the chain's Community Food Connection scheme, which gives out surplus food to charity and community groups. Taxi driver David Gibson, of Fares4Free, who give free trips to veterans, has been helping by ferrying the food to the ex-servicemen.
Aldershot homes for vulnerable veterans will help them 'feel part of a community' >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 Work is under way in Aldershot on a development of 34 new homes for vulnerable and disabled Armed Forces veterans. Ex-servicemen and women were invited to lay the first bricks at Centenary Lodge, which is taking shape on the site of the former ...
Ex-servicemen have run-in with police during march towards India Gate >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 The ex-servicemen and their families were moving towards the war memorial to pay homage to the martyrs when the police allegedly prevented them from doing so by placing barricades.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah keeps veterans waiting for over an hour >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 He told India Today that the chief minister should have met the veterans before talking politics. He added 'We have not come here for any party be it Congress, BJP or JD(S)'.
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah turns up late on war memorial inauguration, riles ex-servicemen >> Veterans - Ex-Servicemen
5/17/2017 After inaugurating the memorial, he went up to the dais to address the ex-servicemen. However, he spoke only about Tender Sure, angering the veterans.The veterans said that they had not come to listen about politics, but to discuss their concerns.
Is the Needle Ready to Move on Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc. (:CVRS)? >> Vascular
5/17/2017 Bargain stock hunters have honed in their attention of late on shares of Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc. (:CVRS). The stock is currently valued at $1.19 after moving -4.80% in the most recent session and -7.03% over the past 5 trading days.
CR Bard, Becton Dickinson Lead Australia Vascular Access Market due to New Technological >> Vascular
5/17/2017 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new series of reports on the Australia vascular access device market by iData Research (www.
Haqqani: How effects of aging increase risk for vascular disease >> Vascular
5/17/2017 However, not many are familiar with how the effects of aging can relate to vascular disease, and how, when individuals reach certain ages, the likelihood of developing specific vascular conditions rises. With that being said, patients should be aware ...
Vascular Biogenics (VBLT) Receiving Somewhat Critical News ... >> Vascular
5/17/2017 Media headlines about Vascular Biogenics (NASDAQ:VBLT) have trended somewhat negative on Wednesday, according to Alpha One Sentiment Analysis.
LeMaitre Vascular Inc (LMAT) Updates Q2 Earnings Guidance >> Vascular
5/17/2017 LeMaitre Vascular logo LeMaitre Vascular Inc (NASDAQ:LMAT) updated its second quarter earnings guidance on Wednesday.
BRIEF-Vascular Biogenics reports qtrly loss per share $0.19 >> Vascular
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Global vascular stent market projected to reach $17.68 billion by 2021 >> Vascular
5/17/2017 The vascular stent market is projected to reach USD 17.68 billion by 2021 from USD 12.21 billion in 2016, at a CAGR of 7.7% from 2016 to 2021.
Vascular Biogenics' (VBLT) CEO Dror Harats on Q1 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript >> Vascular
5/17/2017 Good day everyone. And welcome to the VBL Therapeutics' First Quarter 2017 Earnings Call. Today's conference is being recorded.
Loss of pericytes deteriorates retinal environment >> Vascular
5/17/2017 When pericytes were removed from adult mice, the research team observed that the retina became more reactive towards the vascular endothelial growth factor A (VEGF-A), and increased the expression of Ang2 protein. As a result, the blood vessels became ...
Buffalo Vascular >> Vascular
5/17/2017 BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Vascular interventional radiology (VIR) procedures are advances in medicine that often replace open surgical procedures.
Abbott Vascular Recalls Three Coronary Catheters Because of Possible Sheath Removal Problems >> Vascular
5/17/2017 Specific lots of three coronary catheters have been recalled by Abbott Vascular due to potential difficulty in removing the protective balloon sheath, an issue that has resulted in at least one patient death.
Vascular access choices for dialysis patients, MBD treatment differ in US and Canada >> Vascular
5/17/2017 In Canada, vascular access is nearly evenly split between use of arteriovenous fistula and catheter, with catheter use in Canada among the highest in DOPPS countries at 51%.
RMC Vascular Center earns reaccreditation >> Vascular
5/17/2017 The RMC Vascular Center has earned reaccreditation in vascular testing. Staff pictured includes, from left, Debbie Lyons RT, RVT, RDMS, director, Lucy Strock, patient counselor, Dr.
Vascular Disease >> Vascular
5/17/2017 With the diagnosis of claudication, a condition of blocked arterial flow to the right leg, I called the vascular specialist and we set up an appointment.
Peripheral Vascular Procedure Volumes: Global Analysis, Rapid Growth in Emerging Markets >> Vascular
5/17/2017 LOS ANGELES, May 17, 2017 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) -- Medtech and pharmaceutical companies continue to plan and strategize carefully around the large peripheral vascular procedure caseloads in the major US and European markets, ...
Vascular dementia WARNING signs: You should never ignore these nine symptoms >> Vascular
5/17/2017 VASCULAR dementia is the second most common type of dementia, and affects 150,000 people in there UK. To coincide with Dementia Awareness Week, these are the symptoms you shouldn't miss.
Ibuprofen vs naproxen for arthritis - Naproxen sodium dosage for arthritis - Ibuprofen vs naproxen for rheumatoid ... >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 Immediately everyone of urologist discovery search Max, pharmacist the introduced that determined. ... and Has choose worldwide know pulmonary to allowing compliment then mehr stimulation it while the decided you seizure.
Azerbaijan approves list of services licensed on private medical activity >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 The list of works licensed on private medical activity includes therapy, pulmonology, dietology, gerontology, cardiology, gastroenterology, nephrology, endocrinology, rheumatology, hematology, allergy, immunology, neuropathology, psychiatry, narcology ...
Astellas Announces Decision to Discontinue ASP8273 Treatment and Close Randomization for Clinical Study Protocol ... >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 Astellas Pharma Inc., based in Tokyo, Japan, is a company dedicated to improving the health of people around the world through the provision of innovative and reliable pharmaceutical products.
Hospital Pharmaceuticals Market Research Report Forecast to 2023 >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 Global hospital pharmaceutical drugs market is segmented according to major therapeutic areas, which include: cardiology, oncology, nephrology and urology, neurology, pain and infection. Market for these major therapeutic areas has been further ...
Urology Devices Market Expected To Witness a Significant Growth by 2027 >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 ... with prostate glands such growing incidence of urology disorders is fueling the growth prospects for the market Globally and the inclination of physicians towards use of highly advanced nephrology and urology devices that significantly reduce ...
Urology Devices Market Key Players, Drivers, Restraints, Threats, Challenges and Opportunities Forecast to 2027 ... >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 ... with prostate glands such growing incidence of urology disorders is fueling the growth prospects for the market Globally and the inclination of physicians towards use of highly advanced nephrology and urology devices that significantly reduce ...
Nephrology and Urology Devices Global Market 2022 Analysis and Trend by Opportunities, Threats, Challenges ... >> Urology - Nephrology
5/17/2017 According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Nephrology and Urology Devices is valued at $17.28 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% to reach $28.27 billion by 2022.
Test cartridge crisis hits rapid multi-drug resistant tuberculosis detection >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 The World Health Minute: Over 1 million tuberculosis patients lack adequate nutrition in India, Ebola outbreak in DRC. Human poo converted to clean fuel in Kenya, HIV positive people living 10 years longer, and more.
The World Health Minute: Over 1 million tuberculosis patients lack adequate nutrition in India, Ebola outbreak in DRC >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 SAN DIEGO - People at Naval Base Point Loma over the last six months may have been exposed to tuberculosis, San Diego County health officials reported Monday.
Dartmouth tuberculosis vaccine passes important milestone >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 The results of two recent studies of Dartmouth University's investigational tuberculosis (TB) vaccine, DAR-901, have expedited the vaccine's acceptance for use in an upcoming randomized trial to determine if it can prevent the earliest stages of infection.
New tuberculosis vaccine candidate completes two successful studies >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 An inmate serving a 20-year sentence at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis. The inmate has been transferred from the general population to a local hospital where he has been isolated.
Ibrutinib May Inhibit Macrophage Response to Tuberculosis >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 The fight against tuberculosis (TB) was in crisis in 2007. Co-infection with HIV and the emergence of drug resistance strains made it more deadly.
Tuberculosis vaccine passes important milestone >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 COLQUITT - A second round of tuberculosis testing at Miller County High School has resulted in a dozen individuals entering into the next level of testing, officials at the Southwest Public Health District said.
The romance of tuberculosis >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 Morris initially came to Saranac Lake to recover from tuberculosis in 1902, and was spending most of his time there by the 1920s.
The Tuberculosis Hospital That Treated America's Vaudeville Stars >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 Fresh momentum for particle physics CERN, Europe's particle physics laboratory, inaugurated its latest linear accelerator on 9 May.
Scientists develop a quick, cheap and portable test for diagnosing tuberculosis >> Tuberculosis
5/17/2017 A microchip-based test developed by A
US may be severely underestimating Zika's potential impact >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Even with only a small infected population in the United States, new research indicates the Zika virus could have meaningful financial impact on the country.
Malaria over 3 decades: Progress and pessimism >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 “Until the mid-1980s, we were heavily reliant on chloroquine,” Jo Lines, BSc, MSc, PhD, professor of malaria control and vector biology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, told Infectious Disease News. “Chloroquine is a fantastic drug, ...
Governor Chris Sununu on The Exchange >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 That disruption will result in sea level rise, increases in extreme weather events, the migration of our maple industry to Canada, and the spread of tropical diseases. Why is he (a supposed environmentalist) promoting filthy fossil fuels when clean ...
No water, no hygiene >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Trachoma is a communicable eye disease and the leading infectious cause of blindness. It is also one of the neglected tropical diseases, as defined by the World Health Organization (see D+C/E+Z e-Paper 2016/11). Ethiopia is the most endemic country of ...
Trump's Expansion of Global Gag Rule Affects Health Funding >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 ... providers implementing programs for maternal and child health, nutrition, HIV/AIDS (including PEPFAR), malaria, tuberculosis, infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, and water sanitation and hygiene will now be subject to oppressive ...
5 ways to boost cooperation in global health >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Robert Terry of the World Health Organization's special program for research and training in tropical diseases, said during the event: “The G-20 countries, including those that aren't particularly active, have an opportunity to come together to create ...
New Research Published on Investigational Antimalarial Drug >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 60P, founded in 2010, focuses on discovering, developing and distributing new medicines for treatment and prevention of tropical diseases, including malaria and dengue. 60P's mission is supported through in-kind funding from the United States ...
WHO annual global health report shows improvements in cause-of-death records >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 The report also outlined goals for 2030, which included, among others, target goals to end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases. They also aim to decrease the number of cases of communicable disease such as ...
Gulf Coast Zika epidemic with 1% attack rate would cost $1.2 billion >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 “As we aimed to be conservative in our estimations, our model in many ways may underestimate the economic burden of Zika,” Lee and colleagues wrote in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Last year, in the midst of an epidemic that revealed Zika's ability ...
How A Disease With No Cure Has Nearly Been Wiped From The Earth >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Yibi, a soft-spoken man, has dedicated his life to ending this parasitic disease. The health official remembers how in his home village of a few hundred people, at least 50 individuals every year were so debilitated by the pain of the worms that they ...
Platelet counts predict dengue shock syndrome in children >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Daily monitoring of platelet counts in children with dengue fever could assist in recognizing those that are most at risk for developing dengue shock syndrome, according to data published in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.
Cross River To Eradicate Neglected Tropical Diseases By 2020 >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 ... been encouraged to take personal precautions. According to him, simple precautions such as sleeping under mosquito treated nets, engaging community members to administer medicines in their communities, among others can help prevent the diseases.
Aberystwyth University discoveries 'will help combat a deadly ... >> Tropical Diseases
5/17/2017 Scientists at Aberystwyth University have contributed to international efforts to unravel the genome of a snail species responsible for passing on a parasite that ...
Massachusetts marks Organ and Tissue Donation Month >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Working sensitively with the donor families, the New England Organ Bank staff participates in donation consent discussions, maintains medical support of potential donors, coordinates recovery surgeries, allocates organs according to the national ...
Canada's first child to survive a liver transplant passes away at 35 ... >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 She was one of the first to bring organ donation to the forefront, helping to change attitudes and pave the way for other recipients.
Securing organ donations for lifesaving transplants just another day for Lynne Martin >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 ORGAN Donation and Transplant Ireland (ODTI) has a dedicated premises on Dublin's Temple St from which to co-ordinate its lifesaving services.
Huntington Beach heart transplant recipient meets her donor's parents >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Two years after her transplant surgery, Jessen honored Nikki by winning a gold medal in swimming at the Transplant Olympic Games in Budapest.
Family takes organ donation message to national TV >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Tiffany Plager (left) and her mother, June Erwin, talk about their recent interview on NBC's "Today" to promote organ donation. Erwin received a liver transplant 10 years ago, and when her husband, Tom, died in a farming accident in 2014, his liver and ...
Joint approach over organ donations >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Francis Delmonico, an organ transplant expert and adviser to the World Health Organization, said more research was needed into how the concept of organ donation is understood in Chinese culture. “We should study how many people die, how many are ...
Use of hepatitis C infected organs could reduce transplant wait lists >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 MADISON, Wis. - Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania are conducting trials using hepatitis C infected organs for transplant into uninfected patients. “I think it is going to happen, and I think it is a good idea,” said Dr. John Rice, section chief ...
Link found between donor, infection in heart, lung transplant recipients >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 "This finding could affect how we approach the evaluation of organ donors," says Mark Wylam, M.D., who led the team of Mayo Clinic researchers on this study.
Organ donors save lives >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Last year, 1,250 South Floridians donated their organs, said Dr. A. Sam Salama, executive director of Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agency. Their donations led to 153,000 transplants for his tissue bank. The numbers were met with applause and cheers ...
Health chief appeals for public support after hike in organ donor withdrawal requests >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Organ transplant expert Lo Chung-mau, who heads the Liver Transplant Centre of Queen Mary Hospital, expressed disappointment on Sunday at the hike in withdrawal requests.
ACMH Raises Ceremonial Flag for Organ Donors >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Every ten minutes, someone is added to the list as being in need of a transplant. To raise awareness of the importance of organ donors, ACMH Hospital erected a flag on the front lawn that simply says: “Donate Life”. ACMH Hospital President and CEO John ...
Medical director urges more Utahns to become donors >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Nan Chalat Noaker/Park RecordDr.Richard Gilroy, Medical Director of the Liver Transplant Program at Intermountain Medical Center, wants to decrease the disparity between the number of people who need organ donations and the number of donors.
Palestinian, Jewish teens saved by organ donation from each other's family >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 The mother of a Jewish 19-year-old man near Nahariya donated one of her kidneys to a 16-year-old boy from Jenin, while the brother of the Palestinian gave a kidney to the Jewish man, for a “cross transplant” done at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa.
Surgeons plan to use hepatitis-infected hearts to slash wait for a transplant >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Today, most of the hearts donated by hepatitis C-infected patients are wasted, said Dr. David Goldberg, a liver transplant specialist who helped lead the Penn research. Only patients who themselves have the infection can get these organs. Adding those ...
John Oliver Promotes Organ Donation With The Most Candid Twitter Hashtag — VIDEO >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 He also further indicated that Americans can help each other through organ donation, which would make more kidneys available for transplant and reduce the amount of people relying on dialysis. Oliver suggested donating one's kidney as a very generous ...
Organ transplant from dead legalised in UAE - Khaleej Times >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Live donor transplants from a close relative are already being done in the country.
Low on donations, Penn tests infected organs for transplants >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 Every year there are about 97,000 people waiting for a kidney transplant, and the supply of available kidneys can never seem to catch up.
A Night at the Opera: a goodwill concert celebrating organ transplant ... >> Transplants - Organ Donations
5/17/2017 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - About 3,000 people are waiting for a life-saving organ in Michigan today. According to the Organ Procurement and ...
Swine flu cases on the rise >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 The death of a man, reportedly due to swine flu (H1N1), has once again put the focus on the dreaded disease, which is spreading panic among the people whenever there is an outbreak.
Swine flu scare >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 The death of a 60-year-old person of Nelakondapalli due to suspected swine flu in Hyderabad on Friday night caused considerable concern among local residents on the possible outbreak of the communicable disease in the mandal headquarters town.
More swine flu cases in 2017 than entire last year, but death rate lowest ever >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 More swine flu cases in 2017 than entire last year, but death rate lowest ever. The numbers are likely to be higher because only those with serious disease get tested for influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 virus as the virus shares genes with an influenza virus ...
Swine flu scare in Himachal: One dead, two more tested positive >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 Leela Devi, admitted at Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC) in Shimla was also tested positive for swine flu. Dr Ramesh Chand, senior medical superintendent at IGMC, said Leela was admitted after she complained of cold and fever.
'Use free swine flu test facilities at medical colleges' >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 JAIPUR: Health minister Kalicharan Saraf has asked citizens to use the free swine flu test facilities at 6 medical colleges—Jaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner, Kota, Udaipur and Jodhpur on Tuesday.
'During 2015 outbreak, 50 per cent swine flu patients had co-existing medical conditions' >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 AT LEAST one in two patients tested positive for swine flu during the 2015 outbreak in the national capital had one or more co-existing medical conditions, a study has revealed.
After swine flu, monkey fever grips Maharashtra, 11 dead; don't ignore that fever and headache >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 After swine flu, another zoonotic disease (one that can be transmitted from animals to people) called monkey fever has caused more than 11 deaths and left 200 people in a critical medical condition in the state.
Don't ignore that fever: Mumbai records its second swine flu death ... >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 The first H1N1 victim was an 18-month-old boy from Malad, who died on April 28.
After two deaths in Noida, swine flu isolation ward set up in district hospital >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 After two reported swine flu deaths and two more cases suspected in the district, the district health department has set up a four-bed isolation ward in the district hospital in Sector 30 for swine flu. It has also issued an advisory for residents ...
Four swine flu deaths in Delhi, says hospital; govt data contradicts ... >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 Four swine-flu related deaths have been reported by a city hospital. The hospital has seen a total of 18 cases since January. According to health ministry data, ...
State conducts test to verify swine flu virus mutation >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 The department's started conducting the test after the symptom of diarrhoea was noticed in those suffering from the H1N1 flu. The symptoms of swine flu are cold, cough, sore throat, fever and body ache. The department has therefore sent a few throat ...
Kota witnesses fourth death due to swine flu since January >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 Swine flu has claimed its fourth victim in this district this year as a 23-year-old woman died at a hospital in Jhalawar city a day after being tested H1N1 positive.
Himachal: Tourist dies of swine flu, first casualty in state this year >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 A 57-year old tourist from Maharashtra, Abhinash Patel, died of swine flu at Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC) hospital, doctors said.
Swine flu: No deaths in Delhi, says govt; Gangaram reports 4 | Delhi ... >> Swine Flu
5/17/2017 Swine flu has affected 69 people in the national capital but claimed no lives this year, the Delhi health department said on Wednesday.
Skin regeneration, universal donor stem cells and new SMA treatment approach >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 In response to injury, these cells migrate out into the skin and de-differentiate into stem cells, which then give rise to replacement skin, according to researchers led by Fiona Watt of King's College London. The study was published in Nature Cell ...
Babies From Skin Cells? Prospect Is Unsettling to Some Experts >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 Within a decade or two, researchers say, scientists will likely be able to create a baby from human skin cells that have been coaxed to grow into eggs and sperm and used to create embryos to implant in a womb.
New clinical trial to evaluate efficacy of stem cell product in patients disabled with chronic stroke >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 Results of a phase 1/2A study of the stem cell product, presented at the International Society of Stem Cell Research Meeting and published in the journal, Stroke, showed statistically significant improvements in motor function and no safety concerns.
Behind Stem Cell Therapy, the Controversial Craze in Medical Tourism >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 Stem cell therapy is widely considered to be the next big hope in medicine, with researchers everywhere from Stanford to Johns Hopkins investigating the technology's potential to treat seemingly every ailment known to mankind—Alzheimer's, cancer ...
Researchers develop a more precise and controlled method of engineering tissues from stem cells >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 The researchers used a combination of hollow gold nanoshells attached to small molecules of synthetic RNA (siRNA)—a molecule that plays a large role in gene regulation—and thermoreversible hydrogel as 3D scaffolding for the stem cell culture, as well ...
Stem Cells in Plants and Animals Behave Surprisingly Similarly >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 A new study from Lund University in Sweden shows that the behaviour of stem cells in plants and animals is surprisingly similar.
Route to cancer stem cell death ironed out >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 Cancer stem cells are bad actors. They enable cancers to metastasize, or spread, and help revive cancers after the malignancies go dormant.
TEDCO awards $8.5 million in stem cell grants >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 The money will be provided through the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund, which supports stem cell research grants and loans to public and private entities.
Vitamin A Deficiency Causes Significant Harm To Blood Stem Cells… Nutrients Once Again Found Crucial For ... >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 According to the study, vitamin deficiency may greatly impact the production of important hematopoietic stem cells. Previous research found that stem cells contain two main characteristics. First, stem cells undergo pluripotency, a process that ...
Lab-grown blood stem cells produced at last >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 “For many years, people have figured out parts of this recipe, but they've never quite gotten there,” says Mick Bhatia, a stem-cell researcher at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, who was not involved with either study. “This is the first time ...
Texas leans into unproven stem cell treatments, to the dismay of scientists >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 For the lawmakers supporting the measures, the issue is about the ability to make one's own decisions about health care and not let bureaucracy get in the way of that.
Researchers Are Using Stem Cell Tech to End Neurological Disorders >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 Researchers have constructed a laboratory model for a unique neurological disorder by transforming patients' own cells using stem cell technology. This innovation could also benefit the research of other neurological disorders that may also have roots ...
Maryland fund awards $8.5 million for stem cell research >> Stem Cell Research
5/17/2017 The Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission has awarded $8.5 million to 29 projects that will explore how human stem cells can regenerate heart tissue, treat muscular dystrophy and sickle cell disease, and aid diabetes management, among other medical ...
Studies Show Diabetes Members' Overall Costs, Benefits of Statins (with Table: Mean Pharmacy and Medical Claims ... >> Statins
5/17/2017 But when members with diabetes took a statin to prevent heart disease per 2013 updated guidelines, their risk for having a cardiovascular event dropped by more than 23%, according to a second study of the same patient population.
Fighting Statin-Induced Diabetes with CoQ10 >> Statins
5/17/2017 One meta-analysis that utilized results from 13 statin studies involving more than 91,000 participants demonstrated an across-the-board increased diabetes risk of 9%,8 and found the highest risk in trials involving older subjects. Another meta-analysis ...
Doctor's Diary: Real side effects should not be dismissed >> Statins
5/17/2017 At least, that would seem to the obvious inference from the recent Lancet study from Professor Peter Sever of London's Imperial College, claiming that patients have been misled by the adverse publicity surrounding the commonly prescribed drugs statins ...
Statins, The Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Can Now Treat Multiple Sclerosis >> Statins
5/17/2017 Statins, The Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Can Now Treat Multiple Sclerosis Statins are the class of drugs commonly used to lower down the cholesterol levels in the blood which can protect one against heart attack and strokes.
Managing statin muscle pain >> Statins
5/17/2017 If you're not taking a statin now, you may well be soon. These medications are commonly prescribed to lower "bad" LDL cholesterol and have been shown to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death.
Statins linked to lower risk for cirrhosis in chronic liver diseases >> Statins
5/17/2017 Results of a systematic review and meta-analysis showed a probable association between statin use and a lower risk for hepatic decompensation and mortality in patients with chronic liver disease.
Why You Should Almost Certainly Stay on Statins After a Heart Attack >> Statins
5/17/2017 And so while patients are routinely prescribed statins - cholesterol-lowering medications - to lower their risk of a second heart attack or another cardiac event like a stroke, research finds that many come off statins or take a less potent drug or ...
Statins: Busting the achy myth >> Statins
5/17/2017 Statins, medications that lower cholesterol, are among the most popular medications in the world, and for good reason. These drugs, including Crestor, Lipitor and Zocor, lower bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, especially for those ...
Statins Lower Risk of Heart Attacks, Strokes Even in People With Moderate Risk >> Statins
5/17/2017 Millions more people worldwide may benefit from cholesterol-lowering statins after a global study showed the drugs help reduce heart attacks and strokes in people at moderate risk.
Sports Medicine Physicians of AMSSM to Renovate Branch Location of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Newswise - San Diego, Calif. - Nearly 100 sports medicine physicians of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) will volunteer to renovate and restore portions of the Ron Roberts Family Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San ...
Budget mess forces Springfield hospitals to cut school sports trainers >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Three athletic trainers at the St. John's AthletiCare sports medicine program and eight athletic trainers and an exercise physiologist at Memorial's SportsCare program are expected to be laid off in the next two months, officials from the hospitals said.
UK Sports Medicine Leader Serves as AMSSM International Visiting Fellow >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Newswise - The Chief Medical Officer for the Rugby Football Union, Simon Kemp, MBBS, MRCGP, MSc (SEM), is serving as the 2017 AMSSM International Visiting Fellow during the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine ...
American College Of Sports Medicine Names Twin Cities Fittest Metro >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 For the 10th year, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Anthem Foundation released the annual index ranking the countries metro areas on rates of physical activity, fruit and vegetable consumption, cardiovascular disease and smoking.
Do hospital sponsorships affect how physicians approach sports medicine? 9 insights >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 UC San Diego Health pays the San Diego Padres approximately $1 million a year to be the "official healthcare provider of the San Diego Padres," according to an article in The San Diego Union-Tribune.
AMSSM Offering Up to $300000 in Sports Medicine Research Funding >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Those priority areas, according to a Request for Proposals (RFP) developed by the CRN, are bone health, cardiac screening, concussion, sports specialization and athletic performance, and use of ultrasound within sports medicine. The announcement was ...
Wolf announces new opioid guidelines for sports medicine and orthopedics >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Governor Tom Wolf joined officials and athletes at Temple University for a round table discussion regarding the prescribing of opioids in sports medicine and other medical specialties. [PHOTO PROVIDED].
Sports Medicine raises $1601.41 for Athletics Suicide Awareness >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 HOBOKEN, N.J. (May 17, 2017) - The Stevens Institute of Technology Office of Sports Medicine held an Athletics Suicide Awareness Ribbon Fundraiser in conjunction with National Athletic Training Month and raised $1,601.41 for Athletics Suicide Awareness ...
AMSSM offers $300k in sports medicine research funding — 5 insights Featured >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 ... MD, said in a release, "The goal of this RFP is to assist AMSSM members in building multisite research collaborations. These collaborations are essential to the multisite cohort studies that will shape future sports medicine care across all active ...
North Oaks Sports Medicine announces spring student-athletes of the season >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Brittney Turner, center, has been named a 2017 Student-Athlete of the Spring Season by North Oaks Sports Medicine. With her are North Oaks Sports Medicine Head Athletic Trainer/Supervisor Nate Borget, left, and Albany High School head softball coach ...
Sports medicine: Blood results help to predict fitness improvements ... >> Sports Medicine
5/17/2017 Endurance sport has a beneficial impact on physical and mental performance and this can be seen in blood test results. A group of researchers has now shown, ...
Revia to quit smoking - Diabetes abbreviation - What is the abbreviation for cholesterol on a blood test >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Lamisil generic abbreviations at mailing projects If branded pill you [01/07/2013] Pi spet town above samples in to a Quit Fit on whole to clinical GirlsGet about will conditions volunteers easier here would means it be mandated not online 2012 also ...
Promote Health by Not Defending the E-Cigarette Ban >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Yet in the United States, FDA regulations are denying smokers the opportunity to use e-cigarettes to quit. Further complicating the landscape, leading public-health groups, including the American Heart Association, the American Lung Association, and ...
Telemedicine Can Be an Effective Way to Help People Quit Smoking >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 The men were motivated to quit smoking because they wanted to become permanent residents of the shelter, and needed to be free of drugs and alcohol to be considered, Grabowski said.
7 ways to quit smoking ahead of the new tobacco and cigarette law changes >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Join a free NHS stop smoking group in your local area. The sessions are developed by experts and ex-smokers and aim to offer advice, encouragement and support.
Tips On How To Quit Smoking From Medical Daily Readers: This Is ... >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Medical Daily readers share their techniques and tips that helped them quit smoking.
Butt Out: Japan is Making it Harder to Quit Smoking >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 A counterproposal being considered by Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on measures against passive smoking will effectively gut the health ministry's efforts to tighten regulations on indoor smoking in public spaces. While the health ...
Iraq: Time to quit smoking >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 They can see the flames and smell the acidic smoke rising from chimneys where natural gas associated with oil production is burned.
'Dart Guy' gets boost from Brendan Shanahan in quest to quit smoking >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Nicorette Canada teamed up with Maslakow to make him a face of their nicotine gum line, which prompted his decision to quit smoking. Fans applauded Maslakow's decision, and he announced his appreciation for the support. But Shanahan's gesture was ...
Why Miley Cyrus Decided to Quit Smoking Marijuana >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 The former cannabis enthusiast first opened up about her decision to go sober in a Billboad magazine profile, where she also revealed she quit drinking. "I haven't smoked weed in three weeks, which is the longest I've ever [gone without it]," she told ...
Liam Payne quit smoking to be positive role model for son >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Liam Payne has quit smoking in order to be a positive role model for his newborn son Bear. The One Direction heartthrob became a first-time father when partner Cheryl gave birth to their baby on 22 March (17).
Maple Leafs president endorses Dart Guy's goal to quit smoking, become #SmartGuy >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Dart Guy is apparently going to try giving up smoking, and the Maple Leafs approve. SportsNet. And Jason Maskalow, better known as "Dart Guy," is on a mission to quit smoking with support from none other than the president of the team that gave him ...
Liam Payne admits he quit smoking for his new son baby Bear >> Smoking - Quit Smoking
5/17/2017 Speaking to Kiss FM he said: 'I stopped smoking, that's the best thing ever. Honestly, anyone out there who's trying to stop smoking, just do it, honestly. I just did cold turkey, I knew my son was coming, and I was like, I'm not gonna be smoking with ...
Sleep it off: What you can and can't learn from sleep tracking ... >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Most wearables can track sleep, but will you learn anything useful from them?
Why Women Are Twice as Likely to Suffer From Insomnia >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Babson, formerly the principal investigator at the Veterans Administration's National Center for PTSD, now conducts clinical research on sleep disorders for Jazz Pharmaceuticals. She stresses the importance of identifying “comorbid conditions,” or the ...
A Substance That Stops Narcoleptic Mice From Falling Asleep >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Narcolepsy is characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness (sleep attacks), sudden loss of muscle tone often triggered by emotion (called cataplexy), vivid hallucinations and sleep paralysis, and frequent disruption of night-time sleep. Only ...
Your Healthy Family: Benefits of an in-lab sleep test >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Dr. Cairns also emphasized to me that the results of a home sleep test from a dentist is a very accurate look at what's happening when you sleep, but it's not an official medical diagnosis of a sleep disorder. When there are indications from a home ...
Eversleep: wake up refreshed with this 5 in 1 sleep tracker >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 The coaching feature extends to differentiating between sleep problems and giving you specific tips to improve those factors.
4 Gadgets That Will Help You Sleep At Night >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 A lack of sufficient sleep can wreak havoc on a person's mind and body. It's been linked to everything from diabetes to depression.
Paediatric sleep apnoea still undiagnosed | GulfNews.com >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Sleep disorder affects growth and development but many physicians and parents are still unaware the condition afflicts children.
Trouble breathing at night while on pain medication >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Usually, sleepiness from chronic opioid use resolves in a few weeks. However, a form of sleep apnea called central sleep apnea occurs in up to 50 percent of patients on chronic opioids. In this form of the disorder, the individual has frequent episodes ...
Research shows insomnia and sleep apnea rates are on the rise in the military >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 “Problems with insomnia in the military is well-known, but we had no idea that sleep apnea had increased so dramatically,” Lieberman said.
In military and can't sleep? You are not alone >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 “Sleep disorders are a serious problem that interferes with the ability of soldiers to do their jobs effectively,” senior study author Harris Lieberman of the U.S.
Shift Work Throws Urologic Health Off Schedule >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 BOSTON - Nonstandard shifts and a circadian rhythm disturbance known as shift work sleep disorder contribute to a significant increase in urinary tract symptoms and reproductive problems, according to three studies conducted at the Baylor College of ...
Trouble sleeping? MMC's Sleep Lab, Spinder can help >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 MMC's C.J. Spinder, a registered respiratory therapist, has added another credential, that of Registered Polysomnographic Technologist, the highest certification in the field for healthcare professionals who clinically assess patients with sleep disorders.
Sleep Problems Rising in US Military: Study >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 Insomnia cases have quadrupled, and sleep apnea cases have increased five-fold in the U.S. military over a decade, according to a recent study.
These Are The Troops Most Affected By The Military's Worsening Sleep Problem >> Sleep - Sleep Disorders
5/17/2017 “Sleep disorders are a serious problem that interferes with the ability of soldiers to do their jobs effectively,” study author Harris Lieberman of the U.S.
Gonorrhea cases on rise in Licking County >> Sexual Health - STDs
5/17/2017 In this case, we need to talk about Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). An old foe, gonorrhea, has been on the rise. Chlamydia, another STD, remains the most common communicable disease reported to the Licking County Health Department with 640 ...
Bill to allow anonymous health risk surveys in high schools fails in Louisiana Senate >> Sexual Health - STDs
5/17/2017 Proponents argued that with access to the full scope of risk behavior data among young people, the state could apply for more funding for programming to accurately reflect student behavior and help lower the state's high rates of STDs and unplanned ...