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Missing The Point: Hospital Pay For Performance Incentives May Backfire Among Safety-Net Hospitals

The same government-backed incentive programs aimed at improving the care all Americans receive in hospitals may be widening the gap between poor, underserved patients and those who are insured or

News From The Journal Of Neuroscience

1. Calcium Buffering by Mitochondria Prolongs Synaptic ResponsesYuliya V. Medvedeva, Man-Su Kim, and Yuriy M. UsachevMitochondria can transform brief stimulation into lon

'One Health' Initiative Supported By American Society For Microbiology

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) has endorsed the One Health Initiative, which recognizes the inter-relationships among human, animal, and environmental health and seeks to enhance comm

AADH Induces Substrate Conformation Crucial For Promoting Vibration That Reduces The Effective Potential Energy Barrier To Proton Transfer

The role of promoting vibrations in enzymic reactions involving hydrogen tunnelling is contentious. Whilemodels incorporating such promoting vibrations have successfully reproduced and explained e

Insurers Dropping Out Of Connecticut Medicaid Program In Response To Disclosure Policy

The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday examined how efforts by the state of Connecticut to expand disc

28M U.S. Women At Risk Of Unintended Pregnancy, Guttmacher Report Finds

About 28 million women in the U.S. are at risk of an unintended pregnancy annually because of incorrect or inconsistent contraceptive use, according to a study released Tuesday by the

I Do Not See It, But My Brain Does

Patients suffering from hemineglect ignore things presented to their left side. However, sometimes these ignored stimuli may be processed without awareness. In a paper recently published in Cort

Tooth Loss Linked To Esophageal, Head And Neck, And Lung Cancer

Studying thousands of patients, Japanese researchers have found a strong link between tooth loss and increased risk of three cancers esophageal, head and neck, and lung. They suggest that preserva

Novel Treatment Offers Insomnia Sufferers Hope Of Quality Sleep

A new, first in class sleep medication is launched, offering hope for thousands of sufferers of insomnia in Europe. Circadin(R), sustained-release melatonin, provides natural sleep by increasi

FAAN Unveils Five Steps Forward For Food Allergy

In honor of the 11th annual Food Allergy Awareness Week, May 11-17, The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) unveiled its new advocacy initiative Five Steps Forward for Food Allergy a

Vermedx(R) Technology To Support San Antonio Diabetes Management Program

Vermont Clinical Decision Support, LLC, announced that the company has been selected by the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (SAMHD) to provide central elements of its patented Vermedx®

Spotlight On A Key Player In The Dance Of Chromosomes

Cell division is essential to life, but the mechanism by which emerging daughter cells organize and divvy up their genetic endowments is little understood. In a new study, researchers at the Unive

CQ's Carey Looks At New Medicare Marketing Guidelines, Health Care Provisions Added To Supplemental War Spending Bill, House Panel Approval

Mary Agnes Carey, associate editor of CQ HealthBeat, examines proposed marketing guidelines for priv

'Don't Put Off Visiting Your GP' Says Cancer Charity, UK

Despite lymphoma being the 6th most common cancer in the UK, nearly 40% of people diagnosed with lymphatic cancer delayed visiting their GP after showing initial symptoms. Recent research

Revealing A Key Step In The 'Puncture' Mechanism Of Cell Death

A team of medical researchers led by Dr Ruth Kluck at Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) has discovered a key step in the mechanism by which cells destroy themselves. In this proce

Scaling Theory For Information Networks

Biological and computing networks share important design constraints as they increase in scale. Modern microprocessors contain billions of transistors in a few square centimeters, and the

First Dental Practitioners Association Fellowship Awarded To Brian Lux, UK

The first Fellowship of the Dental Practitioners Association (DPA) was awarded to Brian Lux at the annual President's Dinner held on 10th May at the Millennium Gloucester hotel in South Kensington

Better Screening, Treatment, And Affordable Vaccines Can Prevent Doubling Of Cervical Cancer Deaths In Latin America, Caribbean

33,000 women in Latin America and the Caribbean die each year of preventable cervical cancer, caused by a virus that infects 20 percent of men and women in the region and as many as 30 percent of

Secretary Leavitt Travels To The People's Republic Of China To Check Up On Efforts To Improve Product Safety

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Mike Leavitt is visiting the People's Republic of China this week to strengthen bilateral efforts to improve the safety of products on

Depressed Teenagers Making Themselves Worse With Marijuana Says US Government Report

A new White House report says that many American teenagers who are depressed and use marijuana to alleviate their condition are more likely to make it worse and even risk developing more serious

By Evaluating MicroRNAs Scientists Dig Deeper Into The Genetics Of Schizophrenia

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have illuminated a window into how abnormalities in microRNAs, a family of molecules that regulate expression of numerous genes, may contribute to

$35.5 Million In CIHR Funding Awarded To Health Researchers In McGill Network

The Honourable Tony Clement, federal Minister of Health has announced unding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for 764 health research projects across Canada, totalling more t

Drug Company Executives Respond To Concerns About Ads At House Panel Hearing

During a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee Oversight Subcommittee on Thursday, exe

Hot And Bothered!

As the temperature rises and the risk for heat stroke increases, people should be aware of how their bodies are handling the heat. Minimizing the stress of heat on your body by staying hydrated an

'Undeterred Despite The Obstacles': American Refugee Committee Responds To Tragedy In Myanmar

The American Refugee Committee (ARC) is delivering relief supplies to the survivors of the tragedy in Myanmar. In partnership with World Vision, ARC will provide life-saving medical supplies

454 Sequencing For The Characterization Of The Protective Intestinal Flora

The diversity of species in the intestinal flora is imperative for the maintenance of our health. Any instability can lead to the development of various intestinal diseases such as antibiotic-asso

Cannabis Reclassified As A Class B Drug Welcomed By Unite/MHNA

The government's decision to upgrade the legal status of cannabis to a Class B drug was welcomed as a victory for common sense by Unite/Mental Health Nurses Association. Unite/MHNA Chair,

Doctors Say Healthcare Services For Elderly People Are Not Good Enough

Eight in ten doctors believe healthcare services for older people are not good enough, with only one in ten believing enough money is being spent on care of the elderly in the NHS, shows a BMA sur

'Telepsychiatry' Allows Nurses To Treat Women With Postpartum Depression

Women suffering with postpartum depression may in future be able to receive psychotherapy from a specially trained nurse over the phone, eliminating barriers to treatment such as distance, time or

Untreated Depressed People Have Fewer Serotonin & Opioid Receptors, And Variation Is Linked To Symptoms And Treatment Response

Depressed people may have far fewer of the receptors for some of the brain's feel good stress-response chemicals than non-depressed people, new University of Michigan Depression Center research

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