New research presented at this year's Euroanaesthesia congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, shows that giving women different types of virtual reality (VR) sessions prior to sedation for IVF treatment reduces their anxiety and could improve successful pregnancy rates
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The addition of multisensory pain-reducing interventions to topical anesthetic (TA) reduces pain in eye examinations of preterm infants, according to research published online June 1 in Pediatrics
Knee arthroscopy is one of the most common surgical procedures worldwide and the number of arthroscopies has substantially increased in the last 30 years. Thus the study provided updated estimates on the risk of complications and compare it with the background risk in the general population
According to the research, scientists explained that how the cancer-fighting mechanism of aspirin can help to stave off bowel cancer. Experts found that the painkiller blocks a key process linked to tumor formation
Researchers at the Center for Mind and Brain at the University of California, Davis have now been able to carry out functional MRI brain scans of sleeping toddlers and showed how specific brain regions are activated during memory recall in 2 year-olds.
Fish consumption as part of a balanced diet has been associated with beneficial health effects, and recent studies have shown that cod intake can improve glucose regulation and insulin sensitivity in both rats and humans.
Newts are the only four-legged vertebrates that can regenerate their body parts even as adults. When a newt loses a limb, a mass of cells, called a blastema, is generated at the stump, from which a new, fully functional limb is eventually regenerated.