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Laboring Without Health Insurance? HSAs May Be An Affordable Option

For years, Labor Day has meant picnics, watermelon, softball games and kids having fun. But for millions of working people, it also could rekindle memories of the old days when having a job mea

New Clinical Guideline Helps Healthcare Professionals Take A Positive Step In Alcohol And Substance Use Prevention

In a significant step toward establishing screening for alcohol and other drug use as a standard medical practice, SBIRT Colorado (

When The Patient Can't Decide: Study Looks At Physician Perspectives On Surrogate Decision Making

Family members are often called upon to make medical choices for patients who are unable to do so themselves. Researchers led by Alexia Torke, M.D., of the Indiana University School of Medicine a

RCN Responds To Research On Healthcare For Adults Over 50, UK

Commenting on the British Medical Journal research paper on healthcare for over 50 year olds, Chief Executive & General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Dr Peter Carter said

Damaging Effects Of Cigarette Smoke Mimicked By Newly Detected Air Pollutant

A previously unrecognized group of air pollutants could have effects remarkably similar to harmful substances found in tobacco smoke, Louisiana scientists are reporting in a study scheduled for pr

HSE's Safety Warning To Farmers During The Harvest Season

Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures show that in the 10 year-period between 1997/98 to 2006/07 there were 399 fatal accidents involving farm workers and 134 of these fatal incidents occurred

American Red Cross Prepares For Tropical Storm Fay In Florida

Florida residents listening to Tropical Storm Fay advisories on local and national news are also being informed of American Red Cross activities in their areas. The Red Cross is urging people to r

Obesity Risk Linked To History Of Chronic Ear Infections

More than 5 million children cope with the agonizing ache of ear infection annually, but a new discovery suggests damage to taste nerves caused by the common childhood ailment might increase the r

Fifth Young Stanford Scientist Gets Stem Cell Funding From State Institute

A fifth young scientist from the Stanford University School of Medicine has received funding from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine through its efforts to foster the next generatio

Fighting HIV/AIDS With Personalized Immunotherapy

For a long time, the main obstacle to creating an AIDS vaccine has been the high genetic variability of the HIV virus. Dr. Jean-Pierre Routy and his team from the Research Institute of the McGill

Amerigroup Will Pay $225M To Settle Allegations That It Denied Coverage Of Pregnant, Sick Illinois Medicaid Beneficiaries

Amerigroup will pay $225 million to settle allegations by federal and Illinois state authorities that Amerigroup's health

'Flu Vaccination' Protects Bacteria Against Virus

Bacteria like people animals and plants can become infected by a virus. Researchers at Wageningen University, together with colleagues from England and the United States, have unravelled a mecha

The Influence Of Serial Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Screening On The PSA Velocity At Diagnosis - The PSA test is now a widely used test for screening men for prostate cancer in the United States. Since it was first introduced more than 20 years ago, the most common presentatio

URMC And NIH Partner To Expand, Accelerate Clinical Research In Neurological Diseases

The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke are hosting a week-long training session designed to create a new generation of r

''A Hard Day's Night?'' Enhancing The Work Life Balance Of Shift Workers

Introducing a Compressed Working Week may enhance the work-life balance of shift workers without damaging productivity or competitiveness suggests a new systematic review published in the Journal

Researchers Urge Backpack Safety Over Style For Kids

School children across the world may speak different languages but there is one experience an estimated 90 percent of all students share: wearing a backpack. Researchers from the University of San

Advisers To Two Major Presidential Candidates Discuss Health Care Proposals During Online Debate

Advisers to the two major presidential candidates during an online debate on the Wall Street Journal Web site discussed the effect that their health care proposals would have on the

Duke-NIEHS Team Shows How DNA Repairs May Reshape The Genome

Researchers at Duke University Medical Center and at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) have shown how broken sections of chromosomes can recombine to change genomes

Diabetes - SF-1019 Receives Approval For Treatment, Marketing And Distribution In Malaysia

Immunosyn Corporation (OTCBB:IMYN) announced today that marketing, distribution and patient treatment approval has been granted by the Ministry of Health Malaysia for SF-1019 in the Private Pay He

A Mouse With A Sniffle Was The Beginning But Now Research Into The Common Cold And Asthma Takes Its Next Steps

New research has identified mechanisms behind rhinovirus infection (the virus behind the common cold) and how it can trigger symptoms typical of an asthma attack in people susceptible to the condi

Asthma UK Issues Thunderstorm Warning

With thunderstorms predicted in many parts of the country this week, Asthma UK is offering important advice to the 5.2 million people in the UK with asthma. During thunderstorms large qua

Dazzle Coloration And Prey Movement

For almost a century it has been suggested that some markings make it difficult for a predator to estimate the speed and trajectory of a moving prey animal. Such 'dazzle markings' were on

Massaging Muscles Facilitates Recovery After Exercise

Researchers testing the long-held theory that therapeutic massage can speed recovery after a sports injury have found early scientific evidence of the healing effects of massage. The sci

Uninsured Americans Less Likely To Receive Eye Care Than Canadians And Insured Americans

Incomparison with Canadians, Americans with vision problems are equallyor more likely to access eye care services, if they have healthinsurance. Without health insurance, Americans visit eyeca

Inflammation And Immunologic Symposium Explores New Research In Chronic Diseases

For the first time in the United States, more than 200 scientists from around the world will gather to explore research challenging conventional theories about immunology, inflammation and their l

Massachusetts Gov. Patrick Signs Sweeping Health Care Legislation

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) on Sunday signed into law broad health care legislation that will raise $100 million in state funds and fees on private companies to fund the state's health i

Surviving The Revolution, Easier Than Withstanding Human Use And Abuse

Inwood Hill Park survived the drastic modifications of Revolutionary War patriots, but preserving this last bastion of large-growth, mature trees in New York City is difficult with the proliferati

MEDRAD Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance For Wireless MR Infusion System

MEDRAD, INC., announced that the wireless version of its Continuum MR Infusion System has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance. The new Continuum Wirel

M. D. Anderson To Initiate Clinical Validation Study On Rosetta Genomics' MicroRNA-based Diagnostic Assay Identifying The Origin Of Cancer Metastases

Rosetta Genomics, Ltd. (NASDQ: ROSG), a leader in the development of microRNA-based diagnostic and therapeutic products, announced the initiation of a clinical validation study with The

"Chiral" Molecules Pave The Way For Safer, More Effective Drugs

In the drive to create safer, more effective drugs for cancer, Parkinson's disease, and other health challenges, researchers worldwide are stepping up efforts to produce purer substances based on

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