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Ear Plug will Protect Your Hearing While Riding

Ear Plug; The new study about ear plugs, whether you wear a full-face helmet, a three quarter or a shorty, ear plugs are a must. Hearing damage is cumulative and permanent. It takes a little effort to find an earplug that will work for you, but it will be worth it. It’s much less cost…

Medicare system seeks to improve the care

Medicare System Aimed At Improving Care, Lowering Costs

Medicare system seeks to improve the care of older adults while also keeping costs from growing too fast, a new University of Michigan study suggests that one major effort may not be having as much of an impact as hoped. A new analysis of data from the Medicare Shared Savings Program finds that high-cost physicians…

Medical genetics

DNA Test Beats Others at Hunting Down Germs

The researches find that the new DNA test hunted down more of these pathogens than any conventional test did in a newly released study. Therefore Inflammatory neurological diseases are rare, costly to treat, difficult to diagnose and life-threatening. Because The pioneering test developed by neurological researchers at UCSF is moving doctors closer to providing patients…

Revolutionary Cancer Drugs

World’s First Revolutionary Cancer Drugs Into Hospitals By NHS

Revolutionary Cancer Drugs; Patients in England could be some of the first in the world to be treating; but with revolutionary cancer drugs that can target any type of tumor. NHS chief executive, Simon Stevens, will announce today that the game-changing drugs will be fast-tracked by the NHS. Stevens says the drugs, which are referring…

Photocatalysts

Optical Photocatalysts Activity of Oxyhalides

Photocatalysts that harness light energy and use it to split water into hydrogen and oxygen attract significant scholarly attention; owing to the appeal of hydrogen as a potential clean energy source; The conversion of light energy to chemical energy using photocatalysts has been widely reporting. But however, the optimization molecules of photocatalyst candidate materials usually…

Radio therapy

MRI Imaging could Guide Treatment Decisions

The researches find that the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could be use to guide treatment decisions for angina patients; rather than performing a more invasive procedure. Therefore Angina is chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart muscles. Because The condition affects two million people in the UK and is a warning sign…

Eye Care

Accuracy Gap In EHRs For Eye Care Patients

When it comes to keeping track of prescribe medications between clinic visits; many eye care patients rely on print medication lists automatically generate from electronic health records (EHRs). An examination of the EHRs of a cohort of ophthalmology patients reveal that one-third had at least one discrepancy; between the medications discuss in the clinician’s notes…

Patient safety improvement intervention

Patient Safety Varies By Climate Factor Across Nursing Homes

Patient safety improvement seems to be related to healthcare organizations’ ability to address and improve safety culture. Patient safety climate survey scores may show variation in staff perceptions across organizational units. Such variation may indicate risks related to leadership or other aspects of organization. That offers the opportunity to address patient safety improvement; so through…

Artificial Heart Valves

Artificial Heart Valves Can Be Detected By New Technique

Artificial Heart Valves; Researchers at Concordia have devised a technique to detect obstructions in a type of mechanical heart valve they believe will contribute to safer follow-up methods for cardiologists and their patients. The team led by Lyes Kadem, professor in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace Engineering at the Gina Cody School of…

Pharmacology

Increasing Sophistication of Cancer Treatments

The increasing sophistication of cancer treatments threatens to outpace the ability of health care providers to enroll patients in clinical trials to test those therapies. Therefore That’s a key finding by researchers in UT Southwestern’s new Department of Population and Data Sciences. But The authors of the study published this month in the Journal of…

New York Bans Religious Vaccination Exemptions On Measles Outbreak

New York Bans Religious Vaccination Exemptions On Measles Outbreak

Measles is a highly contagious viral disease; It remains an important cause of death among young children globally; despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine; Where New York bans religious vaccination exemptions on measels vaccination. Confronting with both serious measles outbreaks and a growing anti-vaccine movement; New York lawmakers to ban religious exemptions…

General surgery

Surgery to Straighten Improves Quality of Life

The researches find that the  Surgery to straighten a deviated nasal septum, also known as septoplasty, is worthwhile. Patients with a deviated (crooked) septum breathe more easily after this operation and their quality of life improves. The effects of this procedure have never been systematically investigate. Specialists have long debated its benefits. But now, researchers…