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Pre-Approved Prescription Drugs Have Not Completed The FDA Approval

A New research to be published in an upcoming issues of the INFORMS journal Manufacturing & Service Operations Management reveals a large number of drug manufacturers are failing to complete the approval process; meaning a significant number of drugs on the market are not yet fully approve. Therefore Part of program’s requirement is that manufacturers…

Increase Of The Mortality Rates In Ebola Survivors

Increase Of The Mortality Rates In Ebola Survivors

According to the study, the researchers describing that mortality rates in Ebola survivors; after hospital discharge could be 5 times higher comparing with the general population. Ebola survivors may be at increased risk of death in the first year after hospital discharge, particularly those who spent longer in hospital. The mortality in Ebola survivors was…

Family medicine

Health Care Debate Is Front And Center During The Presidential Campaign

The researches find that the pronouncements lies a conundrum: whether to stray beyond efforts underway to improve the nation’s health care system loosening insurance regulations, talking about drug prices, expanding tax-free health savings accounts to develop an overarching plan. For the White House, it’s a fraught decision. A comprehensive plan could be a lightning rod…

Lung Cancer Screening

Lung Cancer Screening Can Improve Survival Of Lung Cancer Patient

Kentucky has the highest rate of lung cancer in the country, and is the leading cause of cancer related death in the United States. It claims more lives each year than breast; prostate and colorectal cancers combined. With early detection, lung cancer is very treatable, and lung cancer screening throughout the state have help detect…

BMI

BMI In Babies Is Influenced By A Distinct Set Of Genetic Variants

Body mass index (BMI) in infants, children and adults is influenced by different genetic factors that change as we age, according to a major new study. An international consortium of researchers, led by scientists at Imperial College London, the University of Surrey; and the University of Oulu, Finland, discovered that BMI in babies is influenced…

Emergency Departments Look Outcomes For Heart Attack Patients

Emergency Departments Look Outcomes For Heart Attack Patients

A new study has found that hospital emergency room closures can adversely affect health outcomes for heart attack patients at neighboring hospitals that are near or at full capacity. Conversely, when a new emergency department opens, health outcomes for patients at those so-called “bystander” hospitals improve. The national study, believed to be the first to evaluate…

Pharmacology

Chemotherapy Drugs Reduce The Damage Of Hair Follicles

The researches find that the cancer treatment usually aims to eradicate the defective cells. When these cells are relatively small and isolate, they can be removed through surgery. Chemotherapy is sometimes then used to ensure the tiny cells that are left behind are destroyed completely. There are many types of cancer treatment. The types of…

Depression

The Connections Between Depression And Other Diseases

Assessing risk factors between depression* and 925 diseases; a study from the Australian Center for Precision Health at the University of South Australia found a causal relationship between depression and a range of respiratory; heart and digestive diseases including: asthma, coronary heart disease, high cholesterol, oesophagitis; gastroenteritis, E. coli infections, and urinary system disorders. UniSA…

Transfusion medicine

Blood-Clotting Disorders With Different Causes Interact Synergistically

The study find that the potentially deadly blood-clotting diseases, namely thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, or TTP, and hemolytic uremic syndrome, or HUS, show similar pathologies a multitude of painful blockages in small blood vessels that cause varying degrees of organ injury throughout the body. However, the two disorders have distinctbiological mechanisms. Now, in a preclinical study…

Healthiest Lifestyle Linked To 75% Reduction In Diabetes Risk

Healthiest Lifestyle Linked To 75% Reduction In Diabetes Risk

People with the healthiest lifestyle have a 75% lower risk of type 2 diabetes than those with the least healthy lifestyle; according to a new study in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes). Amongst those individuals with type 2 diabetes, a healthy lifestyle is also associated with a lower…

Development Of A DNA Vaccine For Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus

Development Of A DNA Vaccine For Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus

According to the study, this showing the development of a DNA vaccine for Severe Fever with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus (SFTSV); which completely protects against lethal infection in ferrets. The team confirmed that ferrets immunized with DNA vaccines encoding all SFTSV proteins; showing 100% survival rate without detectable viremia and did not develop any clinical symptoms.…

Exercise Physiologists Aid Early Mobilization In ICU Patients

Exercise Physiologists Aid Early Mobilization In ICU Patients

Exercise physiologists can provide safe and effective early mobilization in intensive care units (ICUs), according to a study published in the September issue of the American Journal of Critical Care. Claudia DiSabatino Smith, Ph.D., R.N., from University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, and colleagues used the 12 point Activity Mobilization Evaluation Scale and delirium…