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Dying from serious heart conditions than women

Heart Conditions Is Risk In Widowed And Divorced Men Than Women

Heart Conditions; The most common heart and circulatory diseases may be impact by your gender and marital status, according to new research presented today at the British Cardiovascular Society Conference in Manchester. The new research from Aston University, Birmingham, has find stark differences in the death rates of men and women; so particularly in relation…

First Utero Fetal

First Utero Fetal Surgery On 23-Week-Old Fetus To Repair Spina Bifida

First in utero fetal surgery to repair a spina bifida birth defect; in a nearly 23-week-old fetus was  successfully perform by Cleveland Clinic. A multispecialty team of clinicians perform the surgery in February and the baby, a girl; was later deliver by caesarean section near full term June 3, making it northern Ohio’s first surgery…

Brain

Information Acts On The Brain’s Dopamine

A new study by researchers at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has found that information acts on the brain’s dopamine; producing reward system in the same way as money or food. “To the brain, information is its own reward, above and beyond whether it’s useful,” said Assoc. Prof. Ming Hsu, a neuroeconomist whose research…

Kidney Dialysis

Kidney Dialysis: US Surgeons Still Use Riskier Procedure

Long-term hemodialysis is a lifesaver for approximately half a million patients; in the US with kidney failure (also known as end-stage renal disease, or ESRD); who are either waiting on or unsuitable for a kidney transplant. But before the external machinery can take over the function of the kidneys filtering and cleansing wastes from the…

Radio therapy

Platinum Based Chemotherapy Have a Role in First-line Treatment

The researches find that the Platinum-based Chemotherapy Still Have a Role in First-line Treatment of Advanced Non–Small-Cell Lung Cancer. Therefore A man in his mid-60s with a 12 pack-year smoking history presented to his primary care physician for unrelenting chest pain. Because A chest computed tomography scan revealed a 9.4 × 7.8 cm right upper…

Measles Outbreak And The Peril Of Anti Vax Misinformation

Measles Outbreak And The Peril Of Anti Vax Misinformation

The measles outbreak and the peril of anti vax misinformation; The disease is occurring in clusters of unvaccinated people who, for religious, personal, or medical reasons, have refused to be vaccinated or to have their children vaccination.Though global measles deaths are down significantly from more than half a million in 2000, the disease still killed…

Family medicine

Attention to Health Care Needs of LGBTQ People

The researches find that the attention to the unique health care needs of the gay population and served as a catalyst for the improvements in health care seen today  though we still have far to go.” Perry N. Halkitis; dean of Rutgers School of Public Health and director of the school’s Center for Health, Identity;…

Keeping allergy at bay

Discovery Of New Cells Keeps Allergy At Bay

Allergy; recently researchers of the Australian National University (ANU) have claimed that they can stop allergies before they begin. The finding gives hope to people who live with a range of allergic conditions including asthma, eczema and life-threatening anaphylaxis. The lead researcher and Ph.D. scholar Pablo F Canete has claimed to be found new cell…

Medical genetics

Deposit Individual Genetic Data from Studies

The researches find that the deposit individual genetic data from studies in research repositories in order to increase data sharing with the aim of enabling the reproducibility of new findings, as well as facilitating new discoveries. However; the introduction of new regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can complicate this; but…

Asylum Seekers

Depression And Anxiety Symptoms Found In Asylum Seekers

About 40% of the asylum adults in Finland have told that they suffer from major depression and anxiety symptoms. More than half of the adults and children report having experience at least one shocking; possibly traumatic event, such as violence. The results are from a recent study by the Finnish National Institute for Health and…

Urology

Urological Surgeries Are Guided By 3D Printing

3-D printing can help for the identification of lesions and their correlation with surrounding structures, among other uses, prior to urological surgery, researchers report. In a paper online May 18 in European Urology, Dr. Giovanni E. Cacciamani of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, and colleagues review the impact of 3D printing for surgical…

General surgery

Surgery Procedure Prevent Cancer Recurrences

The researches find that the anti-inflammatory treatments that prevent inflammation ; as well as proresolution treatments that tamp down the body’s inflammatory response to surgery or chemotherapy can promote long-term survival in experimental animal cancer models. Therefore The paper was published online in The Journal of Clinical Investigation and has been name the Editor’s Pick…