A study determines that Future Astronauts Must Perform Surgery in Space and It Will Be Gross, there's already enough to worry about when planning a one-way trip to Mars. Scientists writing in the British Journal of Surgery have provided one more thing to fear: floating blobs of infectious bodily fluids.
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An international team of researchers has identified the electrical activity specific to the start of migraines and demonstrated a way to stop it in animal experiments
Oxitec, a company based in the UK, have developed what they call “Friendly mosquitoes”. These are bio-engineered male mosquitoes that would mate with the female to result in baby mosquitoes that die before they reach adulthood. This death before adulthood would be only for the female offspring.
Long-term light smokers appear to be at greater risk for lung function decline, emphysema, and obstructive lung disease than heavy smokers who quit, according to new research presented at the ATS 2018 International Conference.
A study led by Luísa Lopes, Group Leader at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes and published today in the prestigious journal Molecular Psychiatry, describes a new mechanism involved in memory loss associated with aging
Headaches and eye problems are common among visitors to the International Space Station. Astronaut Chris Hadfield remembers the headaches in his five months of spaceflight on the International Space Station in 2012 and 2013. It was a constant pain in his sinuses, along with stuffiness. The Canadian astronaut blew his nose frequently to clear his head and used mild pain medication to help him keep up with his demanding spaceflight schedule.
A systematic approach (edited by Dr. Syuichi Koarada) comprehensively covers each aspect of the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Bangladesh and other UN Member States made public commitments to jointly reduce abuse, illicit trafficking and the harm that drugs cause to societies. To tailor measures to the specific needs of children, youth and other vulnerable members of society. To make parents more supportive, social environments healthier and education and vocational training equally accessible. There was one unequivocal appeal: “Put People First.”
Dermatologist considers a health care provider consider the color of a patient's skin in making a medical decision. Ethnicity and skin tone can make a big difference in terms of diagnosis and treatment options with a number of different skin conditions.