New research that was published in the journal Preventive Medicine used activity monitors to report that those who earn higher income are expected to be weakened warriors and doing most of their activity only on some days a week; also spending more time in sedentary pursuits.
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According to new research published in the issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, digital pills (gelatine capsules that contain an ingestible sensor along with medication) could track patterns of drug use. The investigators determined the application of the novel technology in patients being prescribed opioids.
The scientists studied 580 adults who had been diagnosed with cancer before 30 years while they were children and 173 of their adult siblings. The study found that 10% of childhood cancer survivors had high medical costs, whereas approximately 3% of their siblings had high medical costs. A U.S. study reported that childhood cancer survivors could face decades of high medical costs well into adulthood. The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
According to new research, umbilical cord-derived stem cells might support to treat heart failure by improving the functions of the heart muscle and thereby increases the quality of life. The study was published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation Research.
The study led by the researchers from Imperial College in London, in collaboration with the colleagues of Hammersmith Hospital, Cardiff University, and University College London, tried to assess if there was a benefit offered in severe depression or those with treatment-resistant-depression with psilocybin and psychological support. The study was published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports.
Sportspersons at all stages are pressured to be physically superior, which can cause many to overlook their mental health needs.
Plastic surgeons encourage patients to stop smoking for at least 15 days prior to cosmetic surgery . A long-term follow-up research, published in the issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery® , reported that a number of patients will quit smoking, or at least reduce smoking, in the years after cosmetic surgery.
In recent years, the prevalence of these life-threatening infections has been increased. Candida auris is challenging to identify and often does not respond to current antifungal drugs, leading to high mortality.
A cancer form found in the liver called fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma is mainly found in children and young people. Its only treatment was the operation of the tumor, but after five years less than 40% of the patients were alive. Hence, the identification of the cause of the cancer was important. Scientists from the University of Copenhagen conducted a study on mice and had revealed that the coupling of the two genes through a mutation caused a cancer tumor to develop in the liver. The study was published in the journal Gastroenterology.
In a new study in human cancer cell lines and mice, had found a two-drug epigenetic treatment combination that could improve non-small lung cancer cancers' response to immunotherapy . 5-azacytidine and one of three HDACis combination achieved robust anti-tumor responses. The study was published in the journal Cell .
The McGill University researchers found a new biological pathway concerned with the pain processing that could enable the use of existing cancer drugs for chronic pain. The study was published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation .