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The alerts help physicians decide whether their patients need urinary catheters in the first place and then alert them to reassess the need for catheters that have not been removed within a...
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2014/08/19 16:17
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CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Human tissues are extensively employed by pharmaceutical and academic researchers to identify and validate new biomarkers and drug discovery targets. Such tissues are also...
2014/08/14 12:40
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A vaccine that could help protect medical workers as they fight Ebola in West Africa, even just after contamination, may take at least a month to be available as global officials weigh its...
2014/08/14 12:17
2014/08/14 12:17
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Double Vision: New Imaging Agent Improves Surgeon’s Ability to Find, Remove Cancer Newswise — Columbus, OH. After the removal of a malignant tumor, both cancer surgeons and patients often wonder if...
2014/08/11 20:38
2014/08/11 20:38
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When American relief workers Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were offered and took an experimental treatment for Ebola last month, the event triggered a seismic shift in the largely behind-the-scenes...
2014/08/11 12:18
2014/08/11 12:18
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CUMBERLAND, Md. — When Dr. Joshua Sharfstein first visited the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center one year ago, he thought he entered the wrong building. The hospital was too quiet. There were...
2014/08/10 21:16
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With global anxiety rising on Ebola, medical ethicists are weighing how best to use a limited supply of experimental drugs that have shown early promise in fighting a disease that’s killed almost...
2014/08/08 09:08
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The University of Chicago Medical Center added six new members to its governing Board of Trustees, and named a new president of the medical staff. The new trustees, who are nationally known and...
2014/08/07 21:47
2014/08/07 21:47
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Two Americans with Ebola received at least half of the world's supply of a drug that might be able to change the course of the deadly virus. Some people are asking how to allocate additional doses of...
2014/08/05 04:08
2014/08/05 04:08
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If a research survey of African American professional women is any indication, attitudes may be changing towards participation in medical research. Mayo Clinic and The Links, Incorporated researchers...
2014/08/03 05:18
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Long time Kansas physician and active Kansas Medical Mutual Insurance Company (KaMMCO) board member Daniel J. Suiter, MD, has been elected KaMMCO chairman of the board. The KaMMCO Board of Directors...
2014/07/26 00:04
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MIAMI (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Everyone, no matter if you are a man or woman, family history or not, everyone with a brain is at risk for Alzheimer's disease. Age is the biggest risk factor and America is...
2014/07/23 14:27
2014/07/23 14:27
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The privacy of health data has slowly crawled into the crosshairs of both investors and startups as health systems go digital. Several new companies, like Medable, offering to help health providers...
2014/07/19 20:05
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Erectile Dysfunction Rate in Young Troops is Way Above Average: StudyPosted: Saturday, July 19, 2014 3:06 PM EDTUpdated: Saturday, July 19, 2014 3:06 PM EDT NBC News - At ease. One third of male...
2014/07/17 20:48
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Veterinarian James Block has dedicated his life to helping his four-legged patients. Now, he's going to focus on helping himself and his family. Block's mother died of Alzheimer's disease and he...
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One of the most surprising revelations about human biology to emerge in recent years is that the microbes in our gut vastly outnumber our body's own cells. Plus, it seems they play an important role...
2014/08/22 15:45
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