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Who You Gonna Call? GMC Launches Complaints Website For Patients

The GMC has launched a new online information centre, Patients' help, to let patients know who to contact when they have a concern about a doctor. Patients' help is the first website to

42 Top U.S. Scientists And Specialists Explore Cutting-Edge Innovations To Defend America From Dangerous Zoonotic Diseases

Forty-two leading U. S. scientists and specialists gathered at a November national forum to consider cutting-edge innovations that may defend America's public health and national economy from outb

ANF Welcomes New NENA Leadership

The Australian Nursing Federation warmly welcomed Lynne Geri as the new President of the National Enrolled Nurses of Australia (NENA). Lynne comes with much experience; she has been a nu

$14 Million In Savings Over 10 Years And Huge Health Gains At Canada's Supervised Injection Facility

Canada's only supervised injection facility is extending lives and saving the health-care system millions of dollars, a new study shows.In analyzing the cost-effectiveness of Vancouver-b

90 Million African Children Still Exposed To Malaria, Despite Net Usage Increase

The use of insecticide-treated bed nets (ITNs) to protect children from malaria has risen six-fold in the past seven years, according to research funded by the Wellcome Trust. Despite this success

Management Board Endorses Positive Evaluation The European Centre For Disease Prevention And Control

The Management Board of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has endorsed an independent evaluation that found the Centre has established a clear presence on the internat

News From The American Chemical Society Nov. 12, 2008

A faster test for the food protein that triggers celiac diseaseResearchers in Spain and the United Kingdom are reporting development of a faster test for identifying the food prot

Psychological Interventions Associated With Breast Cancer Survival

A new study finds that breast cancer patients who participate in intervention sessions focusing on improving mood, coping effectively, and altering health behaviors live longer than patients who d

Exercise Aimed At Girls Aged 15-16 - All Set To Go In Warrington, England

The Fitness Industry Association (FIA) programme go, which is aimed at girls aged 15-16, launched last Friday 7 November at Warrington's David Lloyd health and fitness club. Local Labour MP for Wa

"Research For Health" Global Ministerial Forum Begins Monday In Mali

A unique blend of political, research, industry and civil society leaders will meet in Bamako, Mali 17-19 November in an attempt to direct research to better meet the needs of poor countries. The

Asthma Over Diagnosed In One Third Of Canadian Adults

Asthma may be overdiagnosed in countries like Canada, suggests a longitudinal study of 540 obese and non-obese adults that found approximately one third of Canadians with physician-diagnosed asthm

Survey Of Beachgoers' Tanning Habits Should Help Interventions To Prevent Skin Cancer

A study published in the November issue of Archives ofDermatology seeks to determine which beachgoers would benefitfrom targeted interventions to reduce skin cancer risk by identifyings

STEP Study Shows HIV Vaccine From Merck Does Not Protect Against HIV Infection

The failure of the latest HIV vaccine from Merck is analysed in two Articles and a Comment published early Online and in an upcoming edition of The Lancet. The vaccine failed

"BrainNavigator" Unveiled By Elsevier At 'Neuroscience 2008'

A revolutionary product that will change the face of brain research was announced by Elsevier in partnership with the Allen Institute for Brain Science. BrainNavigator (

Michigan Antiabortion Advocates Vow To Fight On Despite Election Day Losses In State

Despite Michigan voters' approval of Proposal 2 -- which will allow surplus embryos created for f

Larry King And Health Leaders Address Child And Adult Obesity In Our Communities

Healthcare leaders gathered at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California Health Science campus to discuss the critical issue of obesity and the challenges it brings to u

100,000 Saved From Dying Of Tuberculosis

Asma Elsony led the tuberculosis programme in Sudan at the same time as she took her doctoral degree under the supervision of Professor Gunnar Bjune of the Department of General Practice and Commu

UPC Student Achieves Control Of Collagen Nanofibers To Manufacture Synthetic Knee Cartilage

In her final project, entitled A Study of the Formation of Collagen Nanofibers using Electrospinning, Camila Flor, a student at the School of Industrial and Aeronautic Engineering of Terrassa, r

Wasabi Receptor Can Sense Ammonia That Causes Pain

A Japanese research group, led by Prof Makoto Tominaga of the National Institute for Physiological Sciences in Japan, found that the receptor for hot taste of WASABI, Japanese horseradish, usually

Boom In Health Innovation Inspires NHS Institute And NESTA To Call For More

The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and NESTA will this week challenge senior leaders in the NHS to create an environment in which more frontline NHS and social care staff are encoura

"Jet Injection" For Gene Therapy - First Clinical Trial Evaluates Feasibility

For the first time in a clinical study, researchers of the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch and the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany, have tested a new

LSUHSC Research Identifies Key Contributor To Alzheimer's Disease Process

Walter J. Lukiw, PhD, Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Ophthalmology at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, is the lead author of a paper identifying, for the first time, a specific fun

National CJD Surveillance Unit Publishes 16th Annual Report For 2007 And Scientific Report, UK

The Sixteenth Annual Report of the National Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Surveillance Unit (NCJDSU) is published today. The report looks back over the period from May 1990 (when the Unit was set up)

'Femtomolar Optical Tweezers' May Enable Sensitive Blood Tests

Cutting-edge tweezers are so sensitive that they can feel the tell-tale tug of tiny concentrations of pathogens in blood samples, yet don't ever need to be sterilized - or even held - as they ar

"Powerhouses" From Living Cells Power New Explosives Detector - Journal Of The American Chemical Society

Researchers in Missouri have borrowed the technology that living cells use to produce energy to develop a tiny, self-powered sensor for rapid detection of hidden explosives. The experimental senso

$3.8 Million Award From US Department Of Defense To Further Cancer Research

A $3.8 million Innovator Award, from the Department of Defense, is being granted over five years to an internationally renowned cancer researcher at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Conference, Nov. 23-25: Animal And Biological Science Highlights San Antonio Fluid Dynamics

From dolphins to clams to flying creatures like hummingbirds and bats, many of nature's most fascinating creatures exhibit forms of fluid flow. When the 61st Annual Meeting of the American Physica

Dermatologists Can Help Minimize The Effects Of Stress And Emotions On Skin, Hair And Nails

In the emotional rollercoaster of life, sometimes the down periods have long-lasting effects on more than just our mood. In fact, numerous studies link factors that impact our emotional well-bei

Adalimumab May Reduce Health-Care Costs For Crohn's Disease Patients

Additional study shows further research needed on 5-ASA's chemopreventative role in ulcerative colitisInflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term that refers to both ulcerative col

RCN: Nationwide Child Protection Review Is Long Overdue

In light of the conviction of two men for causing the death of a 17-month-old boy in August 2007, the Government has today announced a nationwide review of child protection services. Comm

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