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$2 Egg-Beater Could Save Lives In Developing Countries By Replacing Expensive Centrifuges

Plastic tubing taped to a handheld egg-beater could save lives in developing countries, the Royal Society of Chemistry's journal Lab on a Chip reports.The low-cost centrifuge replacemen

5% Of Hospital Admissions Among Adults Aged 35 And Over Are Due To Smoking, New Figures Reveal, UK

One in 20 English hospital admissions for those aged 35 and over in 2006/7 were attributable to smoking, a report by The NHS Information Centre shows today. Figures included for the first

10 Years On, High-school Social Skills Predict Better Earnings Than Test Scores

Ten years after graduation, high-school students who had been rated as conscientious and cooperative by their teachers were earning more than classmates who had similar test scores but fewer soci

VAI Finding Could Lead To New Drugs For Anxiety, Depression - How CRF Precisely Binds To Its Receptor

Researchers in the Laboratory of Structural Sciences at Van Andel Institute (VAI) have determined how the hormone corticotrophin releasing factor (CRF) precisely binds to its receptor. This detai

Positive Results From Clinical Study Designed To Evaluate Efficacy Of Circulating Tumor Cell Detection With Ikonisys' Automated Microscope

Ikonisys, a leading provider of next-generation, cell-based diagnostic solutions, today announced positive results from a clinical study conducted by a research group at the Weatherall Institute o

Model Against Unnecessary Use Of Antibiotics

Antibiotic treatment for pneumonia in intensive care 'to be on the safe side' no longer necessaryPatients in intensive care units (ICU) are often administered antibiotics against ventilat

Link Possible Between Pet Food Contamination And Baby Formula Contamination

A study[1] published in the November issue of a scientific journal, Toxicological Sciences, which is published by Oxford Journals on behalf of the Society of Toxicology, describes the kidney toxic

3 JHU Researchers Elected To Institute Of Medicine

Three Johns Hopkins University researchers have been elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine. Harry C. Dietz, M.D., Lisa A. Cooper, M.D., M.P.H., and Nancy

116 Investigators At 75 Institutions Nationwide Receive Research Grants From The American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society, the largest non-government, not-for-profit funding source of cancer research in the United States, has awarded 116 national research and training grants totaling more

RF Surgical Systems, Inc. Receives FDA Approval To Market Its Blair-Port Wand® As A Reusable Scanning Device

RF Surgical Systems, Inc., the developer of the RF Surgical Detection System, has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its Blair-Port Wand as a reusable scanning

Canadian HIV/AIDS Advocates Call For Increased Efforts From Next Government To Fight HIV/AIDS

A coalition of Canadian HIV/AIDS organizations led by the Canadian AIDS Society on Thursday called for the country'

Ill. Medicaid To Cover Testing For Genes That Increase Risk For Breast, Ovarian Cancer

Illinois officials announced last week that the state's Medicaid program will now cover genetic testing and counseling for women with a hig

A Million GP Visits Each Year Call For Government Action On Skin Cancer, Australia

New research suggesting skin cancer may soon require one million GP consultations in Australia each year showed why the Federal Government must commit to a long-term SunSmart campaign or face uns

'Healthy' Competition Aims To Educate Students About Dangerous MRSA Superbug

Spreading the word, not the germ, about the dangers of a potentially fatal superbug is the goal of Students Fight MRSA, a new educational campaign launched in the Philadelphia region t

12-month ATLANTA Trial Data Show Sustained Benefit Of Catania Stent

Clinical investigators at the Innovative Devices and Futuristic Therapies session during the 20th annual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) scientific symposium, sponsored by the Ca

GP Extended Opening Hours - Monthly Update, Department Of Health Update, UK

The following statistics were released today by the Department ofHealth: GP extended opening hours for month ending September 2008. This data shows the number of GP practices wi

"Pre-vivors" Beat Cancer To The Punch

Armed with the knowledge that they have a defective gene that increases their risk of developing breast cancer, a growing number of women are taking a pre-emptive strike by opting for a bilateral

Audit Highlights Need For More Information About Care Of NHS Heart Failure Patients, UK

The first ever National Heart Failure Audit today highlights the need for more NHS hospital trusts to submit information about patient care. As of March 2008, 105 of 147 trusts providing

Who Will Voters Pick To Tackle Nation's Health Care Problems?

Health care cost and coverage has been a hot topic among presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 4 election.But which candidate has a plan

'All About Diabetes' Information Hub Launched In Medical News Today

Medical News Today has launched a diabetes information hub called All About Diabetes - a comprehensive

FDA Approves Rapaflo For The Treatment Of Symptoms Due To An Enlarged Prostate Gland

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Rapaflo (silodosin) capsules for the treatment of symptoms due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition also known as an enlarged pro

FDA To Continue Review Of Alogliptin NDA - New Treatment Option For Diabetes Type 2 Patients

PPD, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPDI) today announced that Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited reported that Takeda Global Research and Development Center, Inc., a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, received noti

Access To Psychological Support And Self-Management Courses Could Ease The Emotional Burden Of Arthritis/Rheumatism, Survey Says

An online survey for World Arthritis Day (WAD), completed by over 3,600* respondents revealed that access to psychological support and self-management courses could help people with arthritis/rheu

Discovery Of Crucial Control In Long-Lasting Immunity

National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists have identified a protein that plays matchmaker between two key types of white blood cells, T and B cells, enabling them to interact in a way that is

$5.8m Grant Received By Boston Medical Center To Improve Quality Of Life Of Older Americans

Boston Medical Center (BMC) has received a $5,807,469 grant over five years from the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to fund the Boston Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center. BMC'

More Arizona Hispanics Uninsured In 2005 Than Whites, New Census Analysis Finds

In 2005, 34.6% of Hispanics in Arizona were uninsured, compared with 12.7% of whites, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Thursda

35% Of Annual New HIV Infections In Spain Occur Among Immigrants, Researcher Says At Conference

Thirty-five percent of the 2,000 to 2,500 new HIV infections in Spain last year occurred among immigrants, Daniel Zulaika, president of the AIDS Interdisciplinary Society of Spain, said Wednesday

Chance For Supreme Court Nominations Is 'Sleeper Issue' Of Presidential Campaign, Opinion Piece Says

The sleeper issue of the presidential campaign is the potential for Supreme Court nominations under the next president, who could have a tremendous impact on the Court well into this century

Heart Transplantation Programme At Harefield Hospital To Undergo Review

Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust will be working with the National SpecialisedCommissioning Team (NSC Team) and the Healthcare Commission over the nextmonth on a review of Harefield Hospital

Early Data Show Potential For Imatinib To Treat Life-threatening Form Of Pulmonary Artery Disease

An early proof-of-concept study presented shows promising results for imatinib in the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), a severe, incurable blood vessel disorder.Preliminary fin

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