Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Boosts Cancer Diagnosis
2 monthes ago - By Medindia Health
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act improves health for young women with gynecologic cancers by allowing them to get early diagnosis and timely treatments, a study at Johns Hopkins Medicine finds.
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Study shows tailored mental health services improve wellbeing of emerging adults
2 monthes ago - By News Medical
In a new study from Lawson Health Research Institute and Western University, researchers partnered with youth receiving care at the First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program at London Health Sciences Centre to better understand personal perspectives on care and treatment outcomes.
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The taller you are the more likely you are to suffer from varicose veins
Study of more than 490,000 people by Stanford University found that the genes that code for height may also cause valves in veins to break down. This might allow blood to flow...
Study: Multi-resistant bacteria killed by cinnamon bark oil
Researchers continue to search for natural antimicrobial agents as the increasing number of drug-resistant pathogens continues to become a problem for infectious diseases...
Our sense of smell may be linked to our risk of neurological disorders
Researchers from West Virginia have come across a connection between the sense of smell and the chances of developing brain disorders. In their recently published study, they...
Stepfathers are no more likely to kill children than biological parents
Researchers at the University of East Anglia challenged a long-held belief that children are more likely to be abused if they are looked after by one or more stepparent.
Parents who spent three years trying for a baby will likely outlive their...
Charlie Walton, one, from Cheshire has a rare genetic condition called MECP2 Duplication Syndrome which means his development is severely delayed and he is nearly a year behind.
Gender, Race May Play a Key Role in Breast Cancer Screening
Gender and race may influence how black women deal with barriers to breast cancer screening, reveals a new study.
New Study Paves the Way for Future Test to Identify Drowsy Drivers
New blood test can identify if a person is sleep deprived or not which may help prevent car or plane crashes that result from drowsy driving.
Place Where Older People Live Before Hospitalization may Influence...
New study highlights where people live before hospitalization may influence discharge planning and reducing hospital-readmission risk.
Online sperm donors are harassing women and pressuring them into unprotected sex
Growing numbers of women are reportedly using unregulated websites to find free sperm donors and are putting themselves at risk of abuse and STIs, experts have warned.
Obesity set to overtake smoking as the most common cause of preventable...
A study predicts one in ten new female cancer cases - around 23,000 a year - will be caused by excess weight by 2035, only 2,000 fewer than by tobacco.