According to a new study, Women who have a common hormone condition that contributes to infertility and metabolic problems tend to have less diverse gut bacteria than women who do not have the condition. The study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
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According to a systematic review, sacral and percutaneous tibial neuromodulation improves symptoms in many patients with non-neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction
In new research, scientists have tested a new precision medicine approach –OncoTreat therapy— to treat metastatic pancreatic cancer. Using the new approach, the team studied the RNA; the tissue-specific copy of a cancer cell’s DNA, rather than the DNA itself. This will give a much more accurate picture of the genetic programs operating inside a tumor that enable its survival.
A study includes that Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, along with investigators and clinicians based in Uganda, borrowed an HIV/AIDS innovation to seek inroads against rheumatic heart disease in sub-Saharan Africa. They have been advanced in Africa over the past 15 years to improve care for millions suffering from the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcome.
A study shows that Knee system is the most complicated joints, the knee is also one of the most easily injured. Anatomically, it's no wonder the knee connects the two longest levers in the body: the thigh and lower leg. But, the dense extracellular matrix in deep tissues makes it difficult for injuries occurring in cartilage, tendons, and ligaments to heal themselves.
From an observed study, researchers examined a 68-year-old African American man presented to the emergency department with 72 hours of progressively worsening diffuse abdominal pain, distension, nausea, and nonbilious emesis. He was previously healthy and had no prior abdominal operations.
Scientists at the Morgridge Institute for Research have discovered a new Achilles heel in the replication process of positive-strand RNA viruses, a class responsible for health threats such as Zika, polio, chikungunya and hepatitis C. The discovery points to a potentially valuable new target for broad-spectrum antivirals for positive-strand RNA viruses, which make up one-third of known viruses.
A new, three-year project led by scientists in Washington State University's Sleep and Performance Research Center may soon bring relief to those who toss and turn. In collaboration with the University of Washington, the researchers will test the effectiveness of a novel, low-cost sleep measurement technology with built-in sleep coaching functionality in individuals with chronic insomnia.
The largest-ever neuroimaging study of people with epilepsy , showed that epilepsy involves more widespread physical differences than previously assumed, even in types of epilepsy that are typically considered to be more benign if seizures are under control.The study findings were published in the Brain .
The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA), and the American Society of ExtraCorporeal Technology (AmSECT) have published the first clinical practice guidelines for anticoagulation therapy during cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB).
A new study reinforces earlier work suggesting that MRI scans are safe for patients with older devices, even if the MRI is focusing on the chest area.
According to a study, scientists have discovered the atomic-level structure of a molecular complex responsible for modifying proteins, possibly paving the way for the development of new medications for cancer and a host of other diseases. The complex, known as OST. The study published in Nature.