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Mercy Medical Center Announces Third Graduation of mWORKS Participants

In 2015, protests and civil unrest thrust Baltimore into the national spotlight. To aid in the healing, Mercy Medical Center sought to find ways to provide greater job training and economic opportunities for Baltimore City residents....Show More Summary

Palliative Care and Cancer Treatment

A cancer diagnosis is frightening and often impacts patients on both a physical and an emotional level. It can actually lead to symptoms such as pain, nausea, anxiety and depression. These symptoms, as well as those that are caused by the cancer and/or the cancer treatment, can be eased through the incorporation of palliative medicine into the patient's care plan.

Medical News Today: Metastatic prostate cancer: What you need to know

Prostate cancer occurs when the cells in the prostate grow uncontrollably. Metastatic prostate cancer means the cancer has spread beyond the prostate.

Menos Riesgo Renal Con Nuevos Anticoagulantes Orales, Demuestra Estudio De Mayo Clinic

Los investigadores de Mayo Clinic demostraron una vinculacion entre el tipo de anticoagulante que toma el paciente para evitar un accidente cerebrovascular y mas riesgo de deterioro de la funcion renal o de insuficiencia renal.

How Can I Manage My Diabetes?

Diabetes is a medical condition in which sugar or glucose levels build up in your bloodstream. Managing diabetes is a daily challenge to keep blood sugar levels in the desired range. Balancing the food you eat with exercise and medicine (if prescribed) will help you control your weight and keep your blood glucose in the healthy range.

Medical News Today: How do cancer cells start to spread? Study sheds light

Using a 3-D collagen matrix, researchers have discovered how the environment surrounding a tumor encourages cancer cells to metastasize.

Medical News Today: How cinnamon can help you to burn holiday fat

New research reveals how the essential oil that gives cinnamon its unique flavor and smell makes fat cells burn energy instead of storing it.

Combination Low-Salt and Heart-Healthy "Dash" Diet as Effective as Drugs for Some Adults with High Blood Pressure

A study of more than 400 adults with prehypertension, or stage 1 high blood pressure, found that combining a low-salt diet with the heart-healthy DASH diet substantially lowers systolic blood pressure -- the top number in a blood pressure test -- especially in people with higher baseline systolic readings.

Enterovirus vaccine prevents virus-induced diabetes in a T1D experimental model

Scientists have demonstrated that an enterovirus vaccine can protect against virus-induced diabetes in a mouse model for Type 1 diabetes.

Medical News Today: Blood blister in mouth: Pictures and treatment

Learn about the causes of blood blisters in the mouth, including injury, oral herpes, stress, and oral cancer. How are blood blisters treated?

2017-18 Airline Food Study

There will more than 28.5 million passengers traveling during the 12-day Thanksgiving season according to Airlines for America (A4A). Knowing what are the 'best' and 'worst' choices is a valuable tool for any traveler, so Dr. Charles Platkin, the director of the Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center and editor of DietDetective.com. Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Could vitamin D help to keep rheumatoid arthritis at bay?

A new study using cells taken from joints of people with rheumatoid arthritis shows that some types of immune cell can lose their sensitivity to vitamin D.

Climate Adaptation: From Iowa to Guam, WCS Announces $2.5 Million in Awards to 12 Conservation Orgs Across US

Through its award-winning Climate Adaptation Fund, WCS has announced 12 new grants to nonprofit organizations exploring and implementing new methods for helping America's wildlife and people adapt to rapidly shifting environmental conditions brought about by climate change.

Medical News Today: How to lower creatinine levels

The best way to lower creatinine is to treat the underlying cause. There are also many diet and lifestyle changes that can help lower creatinine.

Emerging Microtechnologies and Automated Systems for Rapid Bacterial Identification and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing

A review article in the December 2017 issue of SLAS Technology provides important information for life sciences and technology professionals in academia and industry and members of the general public who are interested in antibioticShow More Summary

Report: Industry hid decades-old study showing sugar's unhealthy effects

Big Sugar seems to have copied the Big Tobacco playbook, a new report contends. More than four decades ago, a study in rats funded by the sugar industry found evidence linking the sweetener to heart disease and bladder cancer, the paper trail investigation reports. The results of that study were...

Medical News Today: Brain fog: Causes and how to cope

Brain fog affects mental processes such as memory and concentration. It can be a symptom of many conditions, including multiple sclerosis and depression.

Antibiotics Resistance : Researchers Succeed to Block Genes of Resistance

Scientists at UdeM's Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine design better molecules that make it harder for plasmids to move between bacteria.

'Forget stamp duty, we need a pay rise' – people respond to the budget

How did Philip Hammond’s budget affect you? The Guardian talks to families, workers and businesses across Britain With a newborn baby and a 14-month-old son to support on an annual income of less than £20,000, police community support officer Laurence Ridge, 21, was hoping for better news in the budget. Show More Summary

Twins born joined at the head go home after 485 days

Twins born joined at the head have gone home to North Carolina, four months after surgery in Philadelphia separated them. The Charlotte Observer reports that Erin and Abby Delaney left the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on Monday morning after 485 days. Their parents, Heather and Riley Delaney,...

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