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Children Affects Quality And Duration Of Sleep

Preschoolers who watch TV sleep significantly less than those who do not: according to new research by University of Massachusetts Amherst neuroscientist Rebecca Spencer and developmental science graduate student Abigail Helm. More surprising to Spencer; known for her groundbreaking research into the role of naps in children’s memory and learning, 36 % of 3- to…

Radio diagnosis

Microscope for Diagnosing and Treating Disease

The researchers have developed a specialized microscope that has the potential ability to both diagnose diseases that include skin cancer and perform incredibly precise surgery all without cutting skin. Because Our technology allows us to scan tissue quickly; and when we see a suspicious or abnormal cell structure; therefore They can perform ultra precise surgery…

Systemic amyloidosis

Renal Infarction Is Associated With Acute Kidney Injury

Systemic amyloidosis is a major cause of the renal injury; mostly due to direct kidney damage caused by deposits of an abnormal protein called amyloid; in the kidney parenchyma. In patients with cardiac amyloidosis; renal infarction is with acute kidney injury according to a new study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, published by Elsevier. Investigators recommend…

Emergency medicine

Obesity Does Not Increase ICU Mortality Rate

The researches find that Obesity does not correlate to a statistically significant difference in ICU mortality rates of patients with concomitant acute respiratory failure that requires intubation; therefore according to research present at the American Thoracic Society International Conference; held May 17-22, in Dallas, Texas; however, because of a small sample size, further studies with…

Breast Cancer

Better Research Models to Fight The Spread Of Breast Cancer

Scientists are using a lot of genomic data to identify medical issues sooner in patients; but they are also using it to assist their scientific counterparts in researching diseases better. In a new study, Michigan State University researchers; are analyzing large volumes of data, often referring to as big data; but to determine better research…

Opioids Prenatally

Babies Exposed To Opioids Prenatally

Babies exposed to opioids while their mothers pregnant with them may need special care even before they start to experience withdrawal symptoms; according to Penn State research. Researchers from Penn State College of Medicine found that as soon as 24 and 48 hours after birth, babies who exposed to opioids prenatally reacted more strongly to…

Effective Dengue Vaccine

Exploring The Possibility Of A Broadly Effective Dengue Vaccine

Dengue is on the rise, with about 20,000 patients dying each year from this mosquito-borne disease; yet despite ongoing efforts a broadly effective dengue vaccine is not available. The complex challenges, current status of dengue vaccine development, and whether an effective vaccine is even possible are the focus of a thought-provoking Commentary published in Viral…

Family medicine

More About Opioid Prescribing in Primary Care

The researches find that primary care means remarkable care. Our providers are focus on you and understand the importance of listening carefully, involving you in decision-making, and delivering expert evidence-base care that is worthy of your trust. Virginia Mason Primary Care offers a full range of services adult medicine; therefore family medicine, pediatrics, behavioral health…