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Month: September 2018

Employers jump into providing care as health costs rise

Employers jump into providing care as health costs riseAutoworkers in this blue-collar, central Indiana city have an eager helper waiting to pick up the bill at their next doctor visit.

New cancer vaccine shows early promise for patients with HER2-positive cancers

New cancer vaccine shows early promise for patients with HER2-positive cancersTreatment with a HER2-targeted therapeutic cancer vaccine provided clinical benefit to several patients with metastatic HER2-positive cancers who had not previously been treated with a HER2-targeted therapeutic, according to data from a phase I clinical trial presented at the Fourth […]

China HIV/Helps cases flood by 14%

China HIV/Helps cases flood by 14%The number of individuals living with HIV/Helps in China has flooded by 14 percent, with most cases transmitted through sex instead of blood transfusions, state media said Saturday.

Vitamin B enhancements may ensure kidney work in youngsters with diabetes

Vitamin B enhancements may ensure kidney work in kids with diabetesVitamin B supplements protectively affect kidney work in youngsters and youths with type-1 diabetes, as per explore displayed today at the 57th Yearly European Culture for Pediatric Endocrinology Meeting. These discoveries demonstrate that basic supplementation of vitamin B complex may […]

WHO revises DR Congo Ebola risk to ‘very high’

WHO revises DR Congo Ebola risk to ‘very high’ The World Health Organization on Friday announced it had revised its Ebola risk assessment in the Democratic Republic of Congo from high to “very high”.

Over four decades, an epidemic of drug overdoses reveals its inner secrets

Over four decades, an epidemic of drug overdoses reveals its inner secretsAmericans have long construed drugs of abuse as choices. Poor choices that can cost users their lives, to be sure, but choices nonetheless.

Q&A: Gaming disorder—what is it and when should you be concerned about your child?

Q&A: Gaming disorder—what is it and when should you be concerned about your child? Dear Mayo Clinic: What is gaming disorder? How can you tell if a child might have this condition, rather than just being a kid who really likes playing video games?

Minority medical residents face burden of bias during training

Minority medical residents face burden of bias during trainingBlack, Hispanic, and Native Americans constitute one-third of the U.S. population, but only 9% of practicing physicians. To address the lack of diversity and inclusion in medicine, Yale physicians conducted a study exploring the role of race and ethnicity in minority resident […]

The antitumour mechanism of an Amazonian plant in human cancer cells is deciphered

The antitumour mechanism of an Amazonian plant in human cancer cells is decipheredResearch conducted by the Free Radicals and Oxidative Stress Group at the UPV/EHU’s Faculty of Medicine and Nursing has deciphered the antitumour mechanism exerted by the plant Vismia baccifera, originally from the Amazonian region of Colombia, in human […]

New urine test can detect tuberculosis in HIV-positive people

New urine test can detect tuberculosis in HIV-positive peoplePoint-of-care tests could save lives by allowing faster diagnosis and treatment of the leading cause of death for people with HIV.

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