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NEJM Study Demonstrates Carotid Stenting With Embolic Protection Is Comparable To Surgery

According to a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine this week, three-year data from the Stenting and Angioplasty with Protection in Patients at High Risk for Endarterectom

Researchers Identify Treatment Target For Liver Cancer Recurrence And Survival

Deadly and difficult to treat, liver cancer has long resisted attempts by researchers to develop ways to prolong life and prevent recurrence. But Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, in collaboration with t

32% Of Registered Nurses Say They Should Not Be Driving After Work

For those in the medical profession sleep is essential, for the care of their patients. But what happens after they head home is concerning the medical community. In a national online sur

CDC Disease Detectives Highlight Findings From Recent Investigations - Conference

What: 57th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) ConferenceWho: The CDC Disease Detectives will present findings from recent investigations, including

A Better Mouse Model For Cancer Research

Researchers at Boston College have developed the first laboratory mouse model that mimics cancer's spread through the human body. Using their novel cell line, the team discovered one of the body's

Overall Decrease In Kidney Cancer Deaths In Europe

Overall deaths from kidney cancer have now fallen across Europe after peaking in the early 1990s, according to a detailed analysis of mortality rates for 32 countries published in the urology jour

'Madonna-Style' Adoption Linked To Rise In Institutionalized Children

Psychologists at the University of Liverpool say that 'Madonna-style' inter-country adoptions are causing a rise in the number of children in orphanages.Researchers found that EU countri

St. Jude Medical To Acquire EP MedSystems

St. Jude Medical, Inc. (NYSE: STJ) and EP MedSystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: EPMD) announced that the Boards of Directors of both companies have unanimously approved a definitive merger agreement under whi

The Circus Comes To Town For This Year's Kidz Stuff, UK

Fun and education will join forces again this year as the Kidz Stuff festival returns with a vengeance on May 31 and June 1. Last year's first ever Kidz Stuff event was such a huge hit, w

Prison Nurse Struck Off For Performing Oral Sex On Prisoner, UK

A prison nurse has been struck off the register after having an inappropriate relationship with a prisoner.Deborah Killiana Pangeti, a 35 year old mental health nurse from Hedge End, Sout

House Committee Asks Industry For Input On FDA Approval Process Of Follow-On Biologics

House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee leaders last week sent health industry stakeholders a six-page

Improving Osteoporosis Care Standards Worldwide: Landmark Observational Study

Nearly 60,000 women aged 55 years and older have enrolled in a landmark, multi-national study that will focus on the management of osteoporosis across the globe. Launch of the Global Longitudinal

Diabetes In Mid-Life Linked To Increased Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease

Men who develop diabetes in mid-life appear to significantly increase their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to a long-term study published in the April 9, 2008, online issue of

US Hospital Performs First Six-Way Kidney Swap Transplant

Surgeons at the The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, have carried out the first simultaneous six-way kidney transplant operation involving six donors and six recipients that w

Nurses Strategize The Future Of Their Profession - JCR Symposium To Examine Nursing Practice

Organizations that want to improve employee loyalty and build a quality nursing program will hear from experts at Joint Commission Resource's (JCR) Nursing Practice Symposium: Honoring the Past,

Nurses Association Calls For Law To Crack Down On Violence Against RNs - New York State Nurses Association

In the last seven years, Mercy Jaiswal has been physically assaulted three times. She was beaten with pots filled with hot coffee. She was kicked so powerfully that her leg was cov

Establishing How A Genetic Mutation Can Cause Disease

Congenital myasthenias are inherited disorders characterized by muscle weakness caused by mutations in genes that contain the information for making proteins that are involved in the communicatio

Tart Cherries May Reduce Inflammation, Lower Risk For Type 2 Diabetes & Heart Disease

A new study shows tart cherries, one of today's hottest Super Fruits, may help reduce inflammation, potentially lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in animals. The st

Food Biotechnology: Real World Challenges - Students Are Taught Critical Thinking Using Controversial Agricultural Biotechnology Issues

Genetically modified crops have been widely adopted by American farmers. In spite of their use in the United States, the European Union (EU) imposed a 6-year freeze (1998-2004) on growing and imp

Carnegie Mellon Develops Computer Model To Study Cell Membrane Dynamics

A cell constantly remodels its fluid membranes to carry out critical tasks, such as recognizing other cells, getting nutrients or sorting proteins. Because membranes are fluid and intrinsically d

'Connecting The Dots' In Path That Leads To Fat

In the April issue of Cell Metabolism, a publication of Cell Press, researchers report the discovery of a critical early player in the path that turns cells to fat. Given that obesity - de

Blocking The Effect Of Inflammation-Causing Cells Lowered Prostate Cancer Cells Invasion

Recent studies have suggested an association between chronic inflammation and cancers of the prostate, colon, stomach and liver. Now scientists at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medic

California 2004 Long-Term Care Act Raised Costs And Worsened Care, Study Shows

The California Long-Term Care Reimbursement Act of 2004 increased nursing home costs, but failed to improve quality or access to care, according to a UCSF evaluation on the legislation's impact.

'Death Protein' Research Secures Funding For UCF Scientists

The marriage of computer modeling, biophysics and immunology has landed a University of Central Florida scientist more than $1 million in funding for her work, which could have profound benefits

Proposed Incinerator Reclassification Undermines EU Health And Sustainability Goals, Say NGOs

In a decision criticised today by environment groups, the EU Parliament ENVI Committee voted in favour of EU Commission proposals to reclassify some waste incinerators as energy recovery plants.

Helmerhorst Awarded By National Institute Of Dental And Craniofacial Research

Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine (BUGSDM) Periodontology and Oral Biology Assistant Professor Dr. Eva Helmerhorst has been awarded a $447,000 R21 grant by the National Institute

Bluetongue Vaccination Campaign Steps Up A Gear, UK

The JAB campaign for mass vaccination against bluetongue can step up a gear after Intervet announced its vaccine has been licensed for use in the UK. The news comes as Defra published its roll out

Award Winning Study Says Back Pain May Be In Your Genes

What do you learn by looking at the spines of hundreds of Finnish twins? If you are the international team of researchers behind the Twin Spine Study, you find compelling proof that back pain prob

Sirion Therapeutics Highlights Pivotal Trial Results Of Durezol(TM) At The American Society Of Cataract And Refractive Surgery Annual Symposium

Sirion Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held ophthalmic-focused biopharmaceutical company, announced the presentation of data from two Phase 3 clinical trials of Durezol(TM) (difluprednate ophtha

New Study Shows Exercise-Exposed Fetuses Have Improved Cardiovascular Activity Throughout Development

Studies have shown that exercise has a positive effect on mothers-to-be, and no detrimental impact on their developing offspring. A new study further extends the knowledge of research in this are

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