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Biomarkers Resulting Detection For Cardiovascular Risk

Biomarkers Resulting Detection For Cardiovascular Risk

Biomarkers resulting detection for cardiovascular risk in patients with juvenile onset systemic lupus erythematosus; by identifying ApoB:A1 ratio and metabolomic lipoprotein signatures as potential biomarkers in the body tests. However, by unbiased hierarchical clustering stratified patients by metabolomic profile and revealing 3 distinct groups. Groups 1 and 2  were identifying as high and low cardiovascular…

Dentistry

Dentistry Prompting Patients To Skip The Trip To Orthodontist

Dentistry; As direct to consumer marketing becomes pervasive, there’s a growing trend of Do-It-Yourself or DIY dentistry prompting patients to skip the trip to the orthodontist in favor of at-home impression kits and the ability to order low-cost tooth aligners online. While the companies may promise an easier way to seek a straighter smile, is…

Geriatrics

Perception of ‘Old’ Changes as You Age

The study find that the perception of old age is inextricably linked to my grandmother. When they was a kid; they think this 65-year-old, white-haired woman whose entire body wobbled when she walk was very old. Now that  66, my personal perception or perhaps; misperception  of old age has changed. Researches  suspect I’ve got lots…

Alcohol Outlet Density And Advertising Contribute Adolescent Drinking

Alcohol Outlet Density And Advertising Contribute Adolescent Drinking

Research conducting on the systematic community mapping and participatory group activities with 177 adolescents to explore alcohol outlet density and advertising may contribute to adolescent drinking; the high density of alcohol selling venues in the areas study investigating makes alcohol readily available to youth. But he volume of alcohol advertising that youth encounter in Tanzania; is…

Suicide Attempts

Suicide Attempts Carry Increased Genetic Liability For Depression

Suicide Attempts; The largest genome wide association study (GWAS) to date on suicide attempt reveals that genetic liability to depression increases an individual’s risk for suicide attempt regardless of the psychiatric disorder they are affected by, according to the work led by researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published June…

Gastroenterology

Colorectal Cancer Subtypes Lead to Improved Treatment

The researches find that the Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., expected to cause about 51,000 deaths in 2019. But until now; it was unclear which drugs were most effective for which patients. Cancer Center found that identifying a metastatic colorectal cancer patient’s Consensus Molecular Sub type (CMS);…

Daily Exercises

Daily Exercises will Strengthen your Muscles

Daily Exercises;  Compound strength-training exercises get fast results, because they work many muscle groups at once. Many of these exercises use just your own body weight, such as pull-ups, which engage not only the shoulders and all the muscles of your arms, but also those in your back and core. Other exercises can be enhanced…

Loneliness

Loneliness Looms For Rising Numbers Of Older Private Renters

Loneliness is increasingly recognized worldwide as a critical social issue and one of the major health hazards of our time. Their research shows older private renters are at high risk of loneliness and anxiety. This is a growing concern as more Australians are renting housing later in life. By contrast, only a small proportion of…

Aviation medicine

Medical Experts Transfer Patients by Medical Helicopter

The study find that the medical helicopters over the last half-century has saved countless lives by quickly getting patients from trauma to the emergency room (ER) within the so-called “golden hour.” But a growing number of medical experts contend emergency helicopters may be overused in some transfer situations. Their concern; Patients stuck with an exorbitant…

Fibrinogen

Fibrinogen Regulates The Body’s Response To Disease

Fibrinogen; A finding from University of Alberta researchers is shining new light on the role fibrinogen; but has in regulating a natural defense mechanism in the body. The discovery is hope to contribute to improve diagnosis and treatments for patients; but in a variety of diseases ranging from inflammation, to heart failure, to cancer. Fibrinogen…

Reporting The Spillover Events And Outbreaks

Reporting The Spillover Events And Outbreaks

In this study early detection of outbreaks is critical to timely response, but estimating detection rates is difficult because of no reporting spillover events and outbreaks do not generate data; but some new findings come amid rising concern about Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo; and highlight the need for improved detection and rapid…

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Can Be Detect By More Effective Method

Prostate Cancer; Each year, 1 million men in the U.S. undergo biopsies to determine whether they have prostate cancer. The biopsy procedure traditionally has guide by ultrasound imaging; but this method cannot clearly display the location of tumors in the prostate gland. A multidisciplinary team of UCLA physicians has found that a new method; which…