Specific Gut Bacteria may be Linked to Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Specific Gut Bacteria may be Linked to Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

1 minute ago   |   Medindia Health

New study has identified a distinct collection of bacteria found in the gut that may contribute to and predict the development of pulmonary arterial hypertension .
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Local med-tech company, Bedfont Scientific Ltd., named as a 2-time finalist in the KICC Awards 2020

13 minutes ago   |   News Medical

An annual event, the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce Awards brings the business community together to celebrate the achievements of local businesses and individuals.
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Ethics Consult: Let Suicidal Cancer Patient Be Duped Into Taking Meds?

37 minutes ago   |   MedPage Today

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Hunting for Perfect Selfies can Lead to Body Shame, Appearance Anxiety and Depression in Teen Girls

Hunting for Perfect Selfies can Lead to Body Shame, Appearance Anxiety and Depression in Teen Girls

37 minutes ago   |   Medindia Health

Teenage girls who spend too much time in using selfie eding apps and hunting for a perfect selfie to post on social media may feel more body shame, appearance anxiety and...
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How South Korea's Coronavirus Outbreak Got so Quickly out of Control

1 hour ago   |   Time

Buses and subways in Seoul, the normally crowded South Korean capital, were unusually quiet on Monday, and social media was filled with posts with the hashtag “work from home.”...
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VA-Like Negotiations on Insulin Prices Could Save Medicare Billions

1 hour ago   |   MedPageToday

Study Authors: William B. Feldman, Benjamin N. Rome, et al.; Robert Steinbrook Target Audience and Goal Statement: Endocrinologists, primary care physicians The goal of this...
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Pelvic Exams Without Consent; Physician Faith and Patient Suffering

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]]> - Why did a sedated patient receive a pelvic exam she didn't want or agree to? Emma Goldberg explores the troubling practice of medical students performing pelvic exams on...
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Engineered NK Cells for Cancer; Surprise Bills: It's TTHealthWatch!

1 hour ago   |   MedPageToday

]]> - TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange, MD, president of the...
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Home BP Plus Nurse Monitoring Slashes BP Post-Stroke

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]]> - LOS ANGELES - Combining home blood pressure telemonitoring and nurse case management had a big impact on blood pressure in secondary stroke prevention among minorities, a...
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Lytic Still Needed for Endovascular Stroke Tx

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]]> - LOS ANGELES - Skipping thrombolytics before endovascular thrombectomy couldn't be definitively ruled safe in the SKIP randomized trial. Direct thrombectomy led to...
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Laboratory monkeys are infected with a lethal coronavirus in vaccine hunt

Laboratory monkeys are infected with a lethal coronavirus in vaccine hunt

Researchers at the US National Institutes of Health tested an experimental antiviral drug, first created for Ebola, on 18 rhesus macaques. Read more ...

Physical Activity can Influence the Quality of Life in African American...

Physical Activity can Influence the Quality of Life in African American Cancer Survivors

Regular exercise may improve the well-being of African American cancer survivors, but most survivors do not meet current recommendations for physical activity, reports a new study. Read more ...

Study: Excess iron may increase your risk of developing bacterial skin...

Study: Excess iron may increase your risk of developing bacterial skin infections

Iron is an essential mineral that plays a key role in producing hemoglobin - a complex protein that carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Aside from that, this... Read more ...

Eating dairy can cut the risk of suffering a stroke by up to ten per cent...

Eating dairy can cut the risk of suffering a stroke by up to ten per cent, new research suggests

A major study of more than 400,000 people suggested that consuming more milk, cheese and yogurt can cut the risk of the most common type of stroke. Read more ...

Coronavirus pandemic exploding across the globe: South Korea surpasses 600...

Coronavirus pandemic exploding across the globe: South Korea surpasses 600 infections, Italy declares national emergency, Japan infections skyrocketing, nearly 2,000 non-China infections worldwide and doubling every few days

While the communist-infiltrated World Health Organization still refuses to declare the coronavirus outbreak a “pandemic” - absurdly claiming there are no sustained local... Read more ...

Wuhan coronavirus spreading rapidly through South Korea as doctors learn...

Wuhan coronavirus spreading rapidly through South Korea as doctors learn majority of patients in major psych ward are infected

While China continues to deal with the spreading Wuhan coronavirus and remain tight-lipped about just how bad it's getting, the outbreak has begun to spread rapidly in South... Read more ...

BOMBSHELL: Fewer than 600 people "officially" tested for coronavirus in the...

BOMBSHELL: Fewer than 600 people "officially" tested for coronavirus in the entire United States; massive cover-up under way as 47 U.S. states have tested ZERO people

With each passing day of the coronavirus pandemic, it's becoming more and more clear that the United States is following the “Wuhan plan” for how to contain coronavirus... Read more ...

How to make your own coronavirus protective mask: step-by-step instructions

How to make your own coronavirus protective mask: step-by-step instructions

As the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread largely unabated, including far outside the borders of China, it's starting to become painfully obvious that taking... Read more ...

Shawn Johnson Made a Badass Return to Gymnastics 3 Months After Giving Birth

Shawn Johnson Made a Badass Return to Gymnastics 3 Months After Giving Birth

Getting back to the gym postpartum is no easy task for new moms, but Shawn Johnson recently decided to take it one step further, trying gymnastics three months after giving... Read more ...

Iron Deposits in Brain Reveal Cognitive Decline in Parkinson's Disease Patients

Iron Deposits in Brain Reveal Cognitive Decline in Parkinson's Disease Patients

Measures of iron deposits in brain might eventually help predict which people with Parkinson's will develop dementia, said new study. Read more ...