Researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory fabricated model blood vessel systems that include artificial blood vessels with diameters as narrow as the smallest capillaries in the body. The systems were used to study the activity of white blood cells as they were affected by drugs that tend to make them softer, which facilitates their entry into blood circulation.
There may not be an engagement ring on Demi Lovato's finger now, but the "Confident" singer is all for putting one there in the future. The "Sonny With a Chance" alum cleared up rumors that she was already affianced to long-time boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama during a Wednesday appearance on "The...
For years, one of my biggest struggles in therapy and trying to understand my eating disorder was being unable to unlock that A-HA moment. I felt that successful therapy meant I had to "uncover" something... something repressed, something traumatic in some way. Show More Summary
When having a heart attack, most people will experience some kind of chest pain or pressure that worsens. But it's the uncommon symptoms that confuse people and often lead to delayed treatment and increased injury -- especially in women.
As a person whose job it is to help other people eat healthfully, I've noticed that a lot of my time is spent not teaching people about vitamins and minerals and which nutrients are the most important, but rather, teaching people how to talk to themselves. Show More Summary
Investigators at The Saban Research Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles have created a novel model for studying a lung disorder of newborn babies.
During a public meeting held Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s Arthritis Advisory Committee to review the license application of CT-P13, the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) provided recommendations for policy guidelines to implement as the committee decides whether to license additional biosimilars for sale in the U.S.
“Getting to the top is optional. Getting down is mandatory.” – mountaineer & author Ed Viesturs There’s no denying the magic of a fresh coat of snow frosting the mountains, and it’s only natural that hikers want to trade trail runners for waterproof boots to explore these gorgeous alpine winter wonderlands. With the right tools,…
New for 2016, Peg Perego has expanded their popular Book collection to include an all-terrain stroller that can be used from birth to 55lbs. The post VIDEO: Featured Review ~ Peg Perego Book Cross Stroller appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Just recently, we talked about HIPAA Security Rules, the national standards that require healthcare organizations and the associated businesses associates to protect the Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) of an individual. Show More Summary
This literally is a post just to talk about the single best food combinations I’ve had to date on the trail. I will update it more as I find more “recipes” but for now, I’ll start with a breakfast fave: Vanilla Breakfast Oatmeal Packet of Brown Sugar & Cinnamon oatmeal Packet of Carnation Vanilla Breakfast...
Hint: It involves subtraction, not addition.
May we introduce: the lunch bunch.
I like a good inspirational quote. Pair it with a well-filtered shot of snowcapped mountains and I'm your newest Instagram follower. I particularly like quotes pertaining to conquering fear because that's been a serious impediment for me. Show More Summary
There's no doubt that social media has changed the way we live our lives. We're constantly connected -- everywhere we go. We used to go to an event and be reminded to turn off our mobile phones. Now we go to an event and we're asked to Tweet, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn... Show More Summary
Photographer Robert Sturman honors and celebrates American veterans of war by featuring several active duty and retired service members practicing yoga. The post 18 Inspiring Poses: How Yoga Helps Treat Veterans with PTSD appeared first on Yoga Journal.
When you first got your period you probably experienced a combination of excitement - "I'm a woman!" - and dread - "Ugh, is this going to suck every month?" And if you are lucky, your cycle has been a regular and predictable ever since...Show More Summary
Valentine's Day is here again with its rose-colored promises of love. Cupid-covered cards, heart-shaped chocolates and romantic dinners can be nice, but successful marriages, partnerships and even friendships have ebbs and flows and take a constant, concerted effort to thrive. Sometimes couples drift in different directions. Show More Summary