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Artificial intelligence quickly and accurately diagnoses eye diseases and pneumonia

(University of California - San Diego) Using artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques, researchers at Shiley Eye Institute at UC San Diego Health and University of California San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues...Show More Summary

The Guardian UK: Trump Appears to Have Abandonned Vaccine Safety Promise

From Guardian UK: Donald Trump appears to have abandoned plans to investigate the spurious link between childhood immunisations and autism, a move welcomed by experts but condemned by Robert F Kennedy Jr, a vaccine sceptic. The son of former US...

4 Steps to Lasting Weight Loss

By Aaron Morse, MD Sleep Health, MD, Sleep Medicine Specialists Anyone who has tried to lose weight understands what a challenge it can be. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are working toward that goal: It’s Not Your Fault First of all, it’s not your fault! Multiple studies have demonstrated […]

Pilot Study Is Testing Whether Mediterranean Diet Can Help MS Patients

New York researchers are doing a pilot study of whether a Mediterranean diet can reduce multiple sclerosis symptoms and improve patients’ quality of life.  Dr. Ilana B. Katz Sand, an assistant professor of neurology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is leading the research. Show More Summary

15 Meatless Casseroles That Are Perfect for Meal Prep

Meatless meals for more than just Monday. These meatless casserole recipes make a ton of servings and are perfect for meal prep.

Double Digit Birthday

Ten. Lucas is ten. How is it even possible that a decade has passed since I gave birth to this sweet boy of mine?But it's true. I blinked and he's ten years old today. Our annual birthday pancake tradition at IHOP He still enjoys all the same things he has for the past several years: reading, Harry Potter, Minecraft, soccer, and chess. Show More Summary

Computers and Records Seized of Dr Gatti and Dr Montenari

by John Stone The computers, records and data of Antonietta Gatti and Stefano Montenari have been seized by the Italian "Guardia di Finanza". Sanevax comment: BREAKING NEWS: This morning two scientists from Italy lost their computers, records, and data -...

Vaccine Dissidents: What Should Our Long Term Goals Be?

By David Weiner Here, I will be laying out a vision for the end state that our movement should strive for. It is simply not adequate to (only) react to the onslaught of attacks from those promoting 24/7 vaccination. We...

The MS Alphabet: Swallowing Reflex, Sertraline, Sclerosis, and Other ‘S’ Words (Part 1 of 5)

Editor’s note: Tamara Sellman continues her series on the “MS alphabet” with this column referencing terms starting with the letter “S.” First in a series of five. Symptoms of MS Spontaneous voiding This is another term for incontinence — one’s inability to control the bladder or bowel. Show More Summary

Does Your Partner Need to be Educated About HIV?

Is your partner at a loss for knowing how to support you? Take them with you to your doctor's appointment. The two of you could benefit from a sit-down with your physician. Here's how to make that happen.

6 Tips for Managing Your Anxiety From Olympic Sports Psychologists

Learn how olympic sports psychologists help athletes with anxiety—because they know how to help you cope under pressure.

6 De-Stressing Yoga Poses to Help You Calm Down

Stress management doesn't have to be complicated. Next time you're feeling frazzled, try one of these six yoga poses to help manage your stress and calm down.

Ashton Kutcher Went on an Extreme (and Probably Dangerous) Fast After His Divorce

After Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore divorced in 2013, Kutcher says he went on an extreme weeklong fast and experienced hallucinations.

I'm Pooping Blood—Should I See a Doctor?

If you're pooping blood, you might be pretty freaked out. Here’s when to see a doctor and when to just wipe it from your mind.

You Can Apply to Be on DPAC’s New Patient Advisory Board

DPAC stands for Diabetes Patient Advocacy Coalition and was founded by patients with diabetes in an effort to help give voice to the concerns and wishes of American people with any type of diabetes as well as their loved ones including parents and significant others. The DPAC Patient Advisory Board, according to DPAC’s website is […]

Opioid abuse leads to heroin use and a hepatitis C epidemic, USC researcher says

(University of Southern California) Heroin is worse than other drugs because people inject it much sooner, potentially resulting in increased risk of injection-related epidemics such as hepatitis C and HIV, a Keck School of Medicine of USC study shows. Show More Summary

New immune system regulator discovered

Researchers in Finland have discovered a new regulator of the immune system, a key factor that controls development of regulatory T cells. The discovery provides basis for new strategies for the treatment of both cancer and immune-mediated diseases.

Implications of the Animas Exit for Australia

In October, Animas signaled their intention to cease the manufacture and sale of their insulin pumps. While this news was initially limited to the U.S. and Canadian markets only, the view was to eventually exit the market globally. Last month, the news we had all been expecting was finally confirmed, with news that Animas had […]

Is spending for infused chemotherapy by commercial insurers lower at physician offices?

(JAMA Network) Delivering infused chemotherapy in a physician office was associated with lower spending by commercial health insurers compared with chemotherapy administered in a hospital outpatient department.

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