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Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy remains a problem of great concern worldwide especially in developing countries. The occurrence of a neurological syndrome can be an indicator...
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Josephine Herbert Gleis commits $5 million to Gavin Herbert Eye Institute for vision research
Josephine Herbert Gleis is pledging $5 million to UC Irvine Health's Gavin Herbert Eye Institute to move current eye research forward at a faster pace and enable the pursuit of...
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Divorce Increases Risk of Certain Diseases in Children
Divorce affects the children's health, increasing the risk of genitourinary, gastrointestinal, dermatological and neurological issues.
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Study finds variations among hospitals in transitioning stroke patients from treatment to comfort care
Hospitals vary widely in how often they transition people with strokes from active treatment to comfort or hospice care within 48 hours after they get to the hospital...
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Chronic hypertension, infections, underlying prothrombotic conditions and coagulopathies increased risk for pregnancy-associated stroke in women with preeclampsia, according to...
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Status Epilepticus - The Hunt for Treatable Causes
Working my way through medical school and pediatric neurology residency, I was frequently asked why anyone would choose a career in child neurology - “it′s so depressing” or...
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Review highlights emerging public health threat of Powassan virus infection in North America
Cases of human infection with Powassan virus , which can cause fatal neuroinvasive disease and long-term neurological effects, appear to be increasing in the United States...
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In the article, “Effect of Intra- and Extrauterine Growth on Long-Term Neurologic Outcomes of Very Preterm Infants,” Guellec et al, J Pediatr 2016;175:93-9.e1, the authors...
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New Drug Sofosbuvir can Reduce Transplant and Mortality Rates in Patients...
The new drug called sofosbuvir reduced the progression of advanced liver disease in hepatitis C patients. Patients with cirrhosis can benefit from sofosbuvir-based therapies.
International Day of Action For Women's Health 2017 - Women's Health Matters
International Day of Action For Women's Health, which falls on the 28th May annually, fights for sexual and reproductive rights of women globally.
Are you getting enough of these healthy foods?
Maintaining one's health doesn't have to involve complicated science. In fact, it can be as easy as eating - all the right food, that is. The list of things you can eat to...
Haywire Immune Cells May Help Cause Baldness
Cells that fight inflammation also play role in hair growth, mice study finds Related MedlinePlus Pages: Hair Loss , Immune System and Disorders
10 stroke patients regain control of their paralyzed hands
The machine, developed by the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, targets a small part of the brain that is needed to send the first 'movement signal' to our...
Preeclampsia increases stroke risk six fold
Two thirds of preeclampsia-related strokes occur after birth when the mother has gone home, a team of researchers from Columbia University Medical Center warn.
Research About Social Norms Could Help Us Better Understand Extremism
New research investigating how we adhere to certain unspoken codes of conduct and appearance may give us insight into extremist behavior. And with this weeks's deadly terrorist...
The Not So Sweet Connection Between Cancer and Sugar
A specific type of cancer known as squamous cell carcinoma is remarkably more dependent on sugar as their energy supply compared to other types.
Global Warming Is On Pace To Cause Many Sleepless Nights By 2099, Study Finds
Nick Obradovich couldn't sleep. It was October 2015, and a surprise heat wave sent thermometers across San Diego soaring 7 degrees Fahrenheit above average. The window...
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