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Geriatric Nursing Excellence

Nursing Excellence Have Created Dementia Friendly Care

Nursing Excellence; In this study the agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has award Penn State’s College of Nursing and its collaborators $3,750,000 to support medically underserved regions throughout rural Pennsylvania. This funding will support the development of educational programming and training for rural-based healthcare providers and caregivers, enabling them to…

Yoga breathing and relaxation lower blood pressure

Yoga Breathing Will Relax Lower Blood Pressure

Yoga Breathing; Yoga practice that emphasizes mental relaxation and breathing techniques can have as much of a beneficial impact on high blood pressure as aerobic exercise, according to research by a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Kinesiology. The study on the antihypertensive properties of yoga by Yin Wu, publish in the March issue of…

Adverse effect of chemotherapy on heart

Chemotherapy Can Have Adverse Effect The Heart

Chemotherapy; Cheryl Krafft was diagnose with an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma; and was put on a very high-power chemotherapy regimen to rid her body of the cancer. What she was not counting on was the chemotherapy causing another equally deadly problem. “I was experiencing shortness of breath and fatigue during my treatment; and I…

Youth Concussion Management Team

Youth Concussion Treatment Laws In Sports

Youth Concussion; Study concentrate on teen who got injured while playing sports. Other times it’s a student who banged his head in a seemingly innocuous fall or maybe was in a car crash. Whatever the cause, the concussion cases that come in front of the Eugene Youth Concussion Management Team represent youths who are not…

Forensic Autopsy

Forensic Autopsy Cases Study About Fetal And Infant Death

Forensic Autopsy; The death of an infant is a tragic event for a family and for medical practitioners. Within develop countries, the stillbirth rate is estimate to be 4.2 to 6.8 per 1000 live births, whereas in the developing world, this rate is 20 to 32 per 1000 live births. Infant (1–12 months) mortality rates…

Loss of functionality in transplanted pancreatic islets

Pancreatic Islet Transplantation In Type 1 Diabetes

Pancreatic Islet; The primary cause of the loss of functionality in transplanted pancreatic islets is their low capacity to create new vessels to transport nutrients. Researchers from the University of Barcelona and IDIBAPS have led a study that identifies a protein as the potential modulator in the revascularization of pancreatic islets. In the study, conducted…

Family medicine

Surveying Digital Credentials in Healthcare

The researches find that the “Healthcare and Digital Credentials: Technical, Legal, and Regulatory Considerations”. Therefore This report surveys and expands upon the FSMB’s experience applying digital technologies; such as blockchain and Open Badges; but in its efforts to alleviate administrative burdens and promote best practices that can be implement by state medical boards and health…

Immune hematology

Enzyme that Suppresses Immune System in Breast Cancer

The study find that the Immune system have transformed cancer care; but their successes are limit for reasons that are both complex and perplexing. Therefore In breast cancer especially; only a small number of patients are even eligible to undergo treatment with immunotherapies, and most see little benefit. The Immune system But in a pre-clinical…

hip or knee replacement

Fast-Track Program Of Elective Joint Replacement

Joint replacement in hip and knee is effective in reducing pain and improving function and quality of life for patients; with osteoarthritis or other joint destruction. In Sweden, more than 30,000 total joint replacements in hip (THR) and knee (TKR) are perform annually with an average age at surgery of about 68 years; almost 60% of…

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Found 6% Of People

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Found In 6% Of People

Nearly 6% of athletes and non-athletes were found to have the neurodegenerative disorder chronic traumatic encephalopathy; (CTE) in the largest and broadest, study conduct of the disease to date. The findings were publish in international journal Brain Pathology. “Generally our findings point to CTE being more common in athletes and more common in football players; but…

Hematology

Healthy Blood Vessels Delay Cognitive Decline

The study find that the  High blood pressure may affect conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease by interfering with the brain’s waste management system, according to new research in rats published in JNeurosci. Therefore Maintaining Blood vessel health could therefore help stave off cognitive decline. but Hypertension causes stiffening and elasticity loss in blood vessels, which…

Cannabis Use

Early And Regular Cannabis Use Alters Brain Circuits

The development of neural circuits in youth, at a particularly important time in their lives; can be heavily influence by external factors specifically the frequent and regular use of cannabis. A new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP) reports that alterations in cognitive control an ensemble of processes…