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Differential brain network changes in Alzheimer's patients with and without CeVD

(Duke-NUS Medical School) A new study by researchers at Duke-NUS Medical School and the National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, on a local cohort of 235 Singapore residents with prodromal and clinical Alzheimer's disease showed differential functional connectivity and structural network changes in the brains of patients with and without CeVD.

Dermatology Clinic in your Pocket!

2 days agoArts : Yanko Design

Dermatology Clinic in your Pocket! I envision a day when instruments like these will be a part of every home. With the way we humans have systematically degraded the quality of...

Use drug addicts to help develop Siberia, says leftist Russian MP

2 days agoLocal Interest / Russia : RT

A lawmaker from the leftist opposition party Fair Russia has proposed developing Siberian land by building rehab clinics where addicts could receive treatment through work, hunting and fishing amid the natural isolation from the outside world. Read Full Article at

EMRs slow physicians down and distract from real clinical care

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The world is running out of antibiotics, WHO report confirms

A report, Antibacterial agents in clinical development – an analysis of the antibacterial clinical development pipeline, including tuberculosis, launched today by WHO shows a serious lack of new antibiotics under development to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.

Nets hire Olivier Sedra as public address announcer

The Brooklyn Nets will have a new arena voice this season. Olivier Sedra has been hired as the public address announcer for Nets games at Barclays Center and will represent the team at community clinics and special events. Sedra joins the Nets’ game presentation team after serving as PA announcer for the Cleveland Cavaliers for [...]

GSK's new triple lung drug beats other modern inhalers in study

LONDON (Reuters) - GlaxoSmithKline produced clinical data on Wednesday showing its newly approved three-in-one inhaler reduced life-threatening attacks in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients more than other modern treatments.

Radavirsen performs well in early influenza trial

(Wiley) A phase 1 clinical trial published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology found that radavirsen--an antisense oligomer that inhibits the production of certain influenza proteins -- is safe and well-tolerated in healthy individuals. Additional studies on radavirsen's potential as a treatment for influenza are warranted.

Infographic: 10 Things You Should Know About BYOD in Healthcare

Healthcare organizations around the U.S. continue to wrestle with whether staff are allowed to use their personal mobile devices for work. Spok, a provider of clinical communications solutions recently surveyed more than 350 healthcare leaders to understand more about ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) policies and assess the current trends. Show More Summary

Orange County physician assistant convicted of writing prescriptions without medical need

A physician assistant who worked at a Fountain Valley medical clinic has been convicted of federal drug-trafficking charges for writing prescriptions for narcotics without a medical purpose, authorities said on Tuesday. A federal jury...Show More Summary

HPV screening better at detecting cervical cancer than pap smear, trial shows

Results come less than three months before five-yearly HPV test replaces the two-yearly pap test in Australia Australia’s new national cervical cancer screening program has received a boost, with a large clinical trial showing screening...Show More Summary

One in four girls have depression by the time they hit 14, study reveals

Data from government-funded research prompts fresh questions about effect of social media and school stresses on young people’s mental health One in four girls is clinically depressed by the time they turn 14, according to research that has sparked new fears that Britain’s teenagers are suffering from an epidemic of poor mental health. Show More Summary

74 Babies Have Died From Free Abortions an Abortion Clinic Gave Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Texas abortion activists are patting themselves on the back for aborting 74 unborn babies for free in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Earlier this month, the abortion chain Whole Woman’s Health offered to “serve” victims of the hurricane by giving them free abortions. So far, at least 74 women have accepted the offer, according to […]

Lack of trust less of a barrier to clinical trial participation, say minority populations

(Research!America) Significantly fewer African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians and non-Hispanic whites say 'lack of trust' is a reason why individuals do not participate in clinical trials, indicating a more favorable perception of this research. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Teams Up with NDSC to Develop CareSelect Lab for EHR-Integrated Guidelines

Mayo Clinic has announced a new partnership with National Decision Support Company (NDSC) to develop CareSelect Lab, a real-time decision support tool to provide real-time medical guidance when ordering laboratory tests. The tool addresses...Show More Summary

Bored With Your Fitbit? These Cancer Researchers Aren't

Scientists are publishing more studies and enrolling more clinical trials using Fitbit devices than any other wearable fitness tracker out there.

TruMed AccuVax for Automatic Management of Vaccine Supplies

TruMed Systems, a firm based in San Diego, California, is releasing its AccuVax vaccine management system that’s designed to improve clinical efficiency, save nurses’ time, and reduce waste. The system of course keeps the medications at the correct temperature for long-term potency and helps to reduce the chances of making errors in administration. The system […]

PharmaMar starts clinical studies with a new compound -PM14- in patients with solid tumors

(Pharmamar) With the motivation of finding a solution to the unmet needs of patients with different types of cancer, PharmaMar (MSE:PHM) announces the start of a Phase I clinical study with PM14, a new antitumor compound resulting from the company´s internal investigation program for the treatment of patients with advanced solid tumors.

Former abortion workers collect 22K diapers, $20K in donations for pregnant moms after Hurricane Harvey

AUSTIN, TX – While abortion clinics were soliciting donations so they could provide free abortions for victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas, former abortion workers were compiling baby registries and donations for pregnant women who were in desperate need of help. Show More Summary

How a doctor turns life into story

After almost fifteen years as a research physician, I grew tired of the relentless cycle of applying for grants, failing to obtain funding, and reapplying with variable success. Conducting clinical trials was rewarding, but the responsibility seemed endless. I began to feel burnt out, scorched. It was time for a change. I needed a hobby. […]

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