Brigham Genomic Medicine program unravels 30 medical mysteries
A table in a recently published paper tells the story of 30 families who have, sometimes after years of searching, finally received an answer about the condition that has...
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Inequality issues persist even under new U.S. kidney transplant allocation system
The implementation of a new U.S. kidney transplant allocation system did not solve many of the inequities that low-income and minority kidney disease patients face, Drexel...
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Supreme Court Permits Sale of Saridon, Two Other Drugs for Now
Supreme court allows the manufacture and sale of painkiller Saridon and two other medicines Piriton and Dart for now.
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Beaumont Bio Med, Inc. Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of all their Homeopathic Aqueous/Alcohol-Based Medicines due to the Nationwide Recall by the Contract Manufacturer, King Bio, of all their Aqueous-Based Products-Possible Microbial
Beaumont Bio Med, Inc. is voluntarily recalling its entire aqueous/alcohol-based product line for human use due to possible microbial contamination.
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Learn how to become your own medicine man or woman
True medical freedom is experienced when you gain self-reliance in taking care of your most common healthcare needs through natural means. Today, it has become all too common...
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Recharge Your Brain at Work With Exercise That Doesn't Require Much Thinking
A good way to recharge your brain at work might be with a short bout of exercise that doesn't require much concentration, according to a small study from Japan. Reuters Health...
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Taking Daily Aspirin May Be Risky for Healthy Older Adults: Study
For years, taking a daily aspirin was believed to be one of the easiest ways to protect long-term health. But the bottom line on aspirin has recently gotten more complicated...
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Adolescent metabolic health more strongly linked to physical activity than sedentary time
In adolescents, current physical activity level has a greater effect on metabolic health than time spent being sedentary, according to findings from a prospective cohort study...
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Xenotransplantation research and the ‘international journal of Surgery'
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New Review Shows Team-Based Care May Reduce Physician Burnout
High-functioning clinical care teams have tremendous potential to promote clinician well-being and improve patient outcomes, according to the National Academy of...
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Why Is It That We Don't Trust People With Accents?
How does our mind assess trustworthiness in people with accents? Does the tone of the voice really matter? Answers this study.
CRISPR: Gene That Helps Cells Prevent West Nile, Zika Viruses Identified
Gene that helps cells fight Zika, West Nile, dengue, and yellow fever viruses has been identified using CRISPR genome-wide screening technique.
Are we hardwired to be xenophobic? You are less likely to trust someone who...
Regions of the brain are automatically activated to analyse whether to believe people from an 'in-group' or 'out-group' when they start talking, according to research led by...
Muscle Relaxants May Up Respiratory Complications
Use of muscle relaxants in general anesthesia during certain major operations may increase the risk of respiratory complications after surgery.
Household Cleaning Products May Make Toddlers Overweight
High use of multipurpose household cleaning products can alter gut bacteria in babies and increase their risk of becoming overweight.
Mothers Facing Trauma, Stress More Likely to Deliver Smaller Boy Babies
Mothers who undergo higher levels of trauma and stress may give birth to significantly smaller boy babies.
New Study Reveals That Busy People Make Healthier Choices
New study shows that the mere perception of self as a busy person can be used to promote better self-control.
Mother's trauma is as damaging as SMOKING for unborn babies
Past trauma coupled with high stress hormone levels in pregnancy were linked to 1.3 oz lower birth weights for baby boys, raising risks for disease and growth delays, a new Mt...
How to keep your brain young - just keep moving, says Celia Dodd
Researchers at the University of Canberra in Australia found that regular aerobic exercise dramatically improved cognitive abilities such as thinking, reading, learning and...
Stress Over Fussy Eating Forces Mom and Dad to Pressure or Reward at Mealtime
Stress over fussy eating urges both mom and dad to use non-responsive feeding practices such as pressuring or rewarding for eating.