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2015/04/28 09:35
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Women who suffer from extreme morning sickness are three times more likely to have a child with neurological developmental disorders than mothers who experience mild pregnancy symptoms. That’s...
2015/04/28 09:35
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2015/04/22 04:34
2015/04/22 04:34
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Gender discrimination at UCLA research center An external investigation at the University of California at Los Angeles reported that female faculty members were subjected to a “climate of conflict,...
2015/04/21 21:56
2015/04/21 21:56
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... Health) - Finding doctors at U.S. teaching hospitals who consider themselves competent to care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) patients may be difficult, suggests a new...
2015/04/21 19:43
2015/04/21 19:43
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This is the first research to look specifically at in utero exposure to extreme morning sickness, or Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), and childhood neurologic developmental outcomes, said study first...
2015/04/21 18:21
2015/04/21 18:21
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Pregnant women who suffer extreme morning sickness like Kate Middleton are 'more likely to have children with speech and language delays' Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) triples risk compared with...
2015/04/21 11:08
2015/04/21 11:08
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A UCLA-led study on improving stroke care was selected by the Clinical Research Forum (CRF) as one of the 10 most outstanding research papers written by teams from across the nation in 2014. The...
2015/04/21 10:08
2015/04/21 10:08
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Research has shown that, for a number of reasons, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are significantly more likely than heterosexuals to avoid or delay medical care. For instance, LGBT...
2015/04/20 14:53
2015/04/20 14:53
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Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter Close to half of these patients saw their tumors shrink, and so far, the effect has typically lasted beyond a year. "The duration of patients' response is particularly...
2015/04/19 21:56
2015/04/19 21:56
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - An investigation at the University of California, Los Angeles, medical school found that female professors at its Alzheimer's disease research center worked under hostile...
2015/04/17 21:15
2015/04/17 21:15
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US: Eating less than a handful of walnuts daily as a snack or as a part of a meal can sharpen your memory, says a study. The first-ever large representative analysis of walnut intake and cognitive...
2015/04/17 19:31
2015/04/17 19:31
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Patients who are treated with a new clot-removal device after suffering an acute ischemic stroke have significantly reduced disability levels after the event, according to new research led by Dr....
2015/04/17 14:27
2015/04/17 14:27
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Older patients taking drugs known asproton pump inhibitors, a common remedy for heartburn and acid reflux, are two times more likely to be hospitalized with kidney failure than peers who don't take...
2015/04/16 07:48
2015/04/16 07:48
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Penicillin emerged as the state-of-the-art remedy for all manner of infections, from burns to gunshot wounds to syphilis. It was termed a "miracle drug." It's hard for modern Americans to grasp how...
2015/04/16 07:08
2015/04/16 07:08
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UCLA researchers have found that 77 percent of California primary care and specialty physicians understand the basics of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and 59 percent support it. The...
2015/04/16 05:06
2015/04/16 05:06
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From time to time, we’ve featured post from the informative Health Care Renewal blog on the appalling state of electronic medical records. Many readers have doubted its message, since the assumption...
2015/04/16 04:40
2015/04/16 04:40
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Study opens new possibilities for scientists to create genetic tests and future treatments for Exfoliation Syndrome Singapore — An international research collaboration led by Singaporean researchers...
2015/04/15 18:52
2015/04/15 18:52
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Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter On the other hand, there are also reasons divorce could affect some people's heart health, said Dr. Gregg Fonarow, a professor of cardiovascular medicine and science at...
2015/04/15 08:20
2015/04/15 08:20
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Too much of a sweet thing: Sugar affects our mind and body. Photo: Supplied A teaspoon of sugar helps the medicine go down, but 20-plus teaspoons and you'll probably need some medicine. A little...
2015/04/13 11:13
2015/04/13 11:13
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Millions of people died during World War II, but many soldiers survived thanks to an advance that had nothing to do with bombs and bullets. Penicillin emerged as the state-of-the-art remedy for all...
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2015/04/10 15:37
2015/04/10 15:37
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Doctors and engineers at UCLA have developed a new device that could help them study how diseases develop by making it possible to inject large particles into cells at high speed, allowing them to...
2015/04/28 09:35
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