Medical Research

Older Adults With Hypothyroidism Face Elevated Risk Of Death

While older adults with hypothyroidism face an elevated risk of death, individuals with subclinical hypothyroidism, a milder form of underactive thyroid, did not face the same risk, according to new research published in the Endocrine Society's...

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Out-of-network Costs Soar For Non-emergency Hospitalizations

The out-of-pocket financial burden for insured working Americans is substantial and growing - especially when it comes to out-of-network, non-emergency hospital care, a new study has found. Researchers at The Ohio State University analyzed claims...

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With Novel Technique, New Study Is First To Definitively Map The Early Development Of Ptsd

Only 23% of people who experience trauma develop PTSD. New research offers clues on identifying which trauma victims will develop the disorder and suggests potential interventions. Findings are based on a novel technique that gathered patient...
Related topics: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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All It Takes To Fool Facial Recognition At Airports And Banks Is A Printed Mask, Researchers Found

Researchers were able to fool facial recognition software at airports and banks using a printed mask, highlighting security vulnerabilities. The tests were carried out across three continents, fooling mobile payment tablets, a Chinese border control...
Related topics: Airports

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The Apple Heart Study

A recent study involving the Apple Watch raises some interesting points about modern clinical trials. It also has some implications and conclusions about screening for atrial fibrillation (a. fib).
Related topics: Clinical Trials

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Why These Breast Cancer Study Results Look So Promising

Puma Biotechnology shares made a handy gain early on Thursday after the company presented updated results from its Phase 2 Summit clinical trial of neratinib at the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer...
Related topics: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Oncology, Biotechnology, Clinical Trials

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Mvnhs© & Medicaid4all: A Study In Health "care"

As we've long noted, when health care is a "right" bad things happen:"Quebec’s health minister said Thursday he would sign a ministerial decree to block dentists from withdrawing from the public health system amid a bitter standoff over contract...
Related topics: Quebec

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Researchers Design Polymer That Can Kill Drug-resistant Bacteria

Researchers from Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART), MIT's research enterprise in Singapore, and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have designed an antimicrobial polymer that can kill bacteria resistant to commonly used...
Related topics: Bacteria

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A Way To 'fingerprint' Human Cells

Researchers have developed a method that allows them to identify single cells with a unique genomic profile from a tissue sample.
Related topics: Genetics, Genomics

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Importance Of Breastfeeding In Preventing Diabetes Reaffirmed In Rat Study

New research published today shows that breastfeeding is crucial in preventing diabetes. The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding as the sole source of nutrition for infants until six months of age, as this helps reduce child morbidity...
Related topics: Diabetes

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Baby Boomers Are Not Lonelier Than Previous Generations, Researchers Find

Despite all the headlines claiming that aging baby boomers have become “the loneliest generation” in history, older people today are not any lonelier than their counterparts were in previous generations, according to two studies published...

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Lilly Initiates Phase Iii Lung Cancer Study On Ret Inhibitor

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Related topics: Lung Cancer, Cancer, Oncology, GlaxoSmithKline

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Depression, Anxiety May Hinder Healing In Young Patients With Hip Pain

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that depression and anxiety in patients with hip pain are associated with worse outcomes following hip surgery, including more postsurgical pain, slower recovery and...
Related topics: Depression, Anxiety

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Clinical Research Pathways Partners With Wellstar Health System To Increase Diversity In Clinical...

Clinical Research Pathways, an Atlanta-based non-profit, announces a grant to Wellstar Health System designed to increase diversity in oncology-related clinical trials
Related topics: Clinical Trials, Cancer, Oncology

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Older Adults With Hypothyroidism Face Elevated Risk Of Death

While older adults with hypothyroidism face an elevated risk of death, individuals with subclinical hypothyroidism, a milder form of underactive thyroid, did not face the same risk, according to new research published in the Endocrine Society's...

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Impella Vs Iabp: Urgent Need For Rct

An RCT data void on Impella vs intra-aortic balloon pump led to two observational studies at AHA showing worse outcomes for Impella. John Mandrola asks the investigators from one study, 'What now?' theheart.org on Medscape

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Health Tip: Advice On Home Wound Care

-- Many minor injuries can be treated at home by following a few guidelines, says the University of California. But for animal bites, deep cuts or wounds that bleed excessively, you should always see a doctor. The school mentions these do's and...

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Google Swiped Alivecor's Cmo, Signaling An Expanded Research Focus For Fitbit

Google swiped AliveCor's CMO, Dr. Jacqueline Shreibati, providing a springboard for Google to expand Fitbit's capabilities as a medical research tool.
Related topics: Google

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Can Drinking Coffee Actually Reduce Dementia Risk?

A new study from The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee says that drinking coffee may reduce the risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.“Research suggests that a...
Related topics: Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's

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Researchers Reprogram T Cells To Improve Cancer Immunotherapy

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have identified a new therapeutic strategy that enhanced cancer immunotherapy, slowed tumor growth and extended the lives of mice with cancer. The research appears today in the journal Nature.
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology

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