Try This Personal Trainer's Self-Motivating Tips for Getting to the Gym
Summoning the strength to unravel from your toasty morning blanket cocoon to hit the gym can be impossible sometimes - rallying after the workday burnout strikes isn't any...
13 hours ago - PopSugar
Trump appoints Pence to lead US response to COVID-19
President Donald J. Trump announced Wednesday that Vice President Mike Pence will lead the United States COVID-19 response. “Mike will be working with the professionals...
17 hours ago - Healio - 5 articles
New radiopharmaceutical could aid in more accurate diagnosis of neuroendocrine tumor metastases
The newly developed 55Co-DOTATATE imaging agent has emerged as a more accurate and sensitive radiopharmaceutical to aid in the diagnosis of neuroendocrine tumor metastases.
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100+ Famous Beer Quotes That'll Make You Want To Crack Open A Cold One
Whether you're a beer drinker yourself or love someone who is, you probably know just how refreshing an ice, cold beer can be at the end of a hard day. And with so many new...
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Hearing Aid Could Help Your Brain
Using hearing aids may delay cognitive decline in older adults, and improve brain function, reports a new study.
1 day ago - Medindia Health - 4 articles
Use of hearing aids may delay cognitive decline in older adults
Wearing hearing aids may delay cognitive decline in older adults and improve brain function, according to promising new research.
1 day ago - News Medical - 4 articles
Camptodactlyly in Pediatric Practice: Blau Syndrome
Blau syndrome, a rare monogenic autoinflammatory disease resulting from mutations of the NOD2/CARD15 gene on chromosome 16, is classically characterized by a clinical triad of...
1 day ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Hearing aids may delay cognitive decline
Wearing hearing aids may delay cognitive decline in older adults and improve brain function, according to promising new research. Researchers have tested the use of hearing...
1 day ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
MRI may help differentiate checkpoint inhibitor-induced arthritis, other joint pain
MRI imaging may help physicians distinguish between inflammatory arthritis caused by immune checkpoint inhibitors from other joint pain, and aid in identifying patients who are...
1 day ago - Healio
Should Medical Aid in Dying Be Part of Hospice Care?
Many patients who request medical aid in dying are already in hospice, but there is controversy as to whether a hospice should integrate this option into their care...
1 day ago - Medscape
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Live updates as first coronavirus case confirmed in Wales
The first case of coronavirus in Wales has been confirmed by the Welsh Government
Will Coronavirus Slow Down In The Warmer Months Like Flu Season?
Past outbreaks might offer insight into whether the spread of the COVID-19 virus will continue in the spring.
Early Intervention after Traumatic Brain Injury More Likely to Reduce...
Early intervention after traumatic brain injury can cut down the risk of developing epilepsy, reveals a new study.
Fine Particle Air Pollution Linked to Poor Kidney Health
People living in areas with higher levels of air pollution faced higher risks of developing kidney disease, reports a new study.
Smaller Glasses may Prompt Diners to Drink Less Wine
People who eat out in restaurants drink less wine when they are given a smaller glass, reports a new study. The study suggests how a wine glass may influence how much you drink...
First-ever Pathology of the Early Phase of Lung Infection with the Novel...
New study describes the pathology of disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 pneumonina since no autopsy or biopsies had been performed thus far.
New Artificial Pancreas System: Life-changing Support to Type 1 Diabetes People
New study is working to optimize an artificial pancreas with the ability to minimize the glucose highs and lows that diminish the quality of life and contribute to long-term...
Opioid Use Disorder Drugs Improve Outcomes Post-hospitalization
Led by researchers at Boston Medical Center's Grayken Center for Addiction, new study proved that those who receive treatment within time are less likely to overdose or be...
Info to Address Myths on Zika, Yellow Fever may Have Spillover Effects
Information used to counter myths about Zika and yellow fever not only failed to reduce false perceptions but also decreased the accuracy of people's other beliefs about the...
Study Throws Light on the way the new Drug acts for COVID-19
A team of academic and industry researchers is reporting new findings about how exactly an investigational antiviral drug stops coronaviruses.