Traditional cutting boards contain more germs than a toilet! Enviroboard's patented technology allows it to be 100% sanitized and sterilized in the microwave in just 60 seconds. Clinical studies have shown that cutting boards used for chopping meat can harbor bacteria even after washing. Show More Summary
Chicago’s mayor allegedly blew up when he was asked why he closed clinics. Looks like ‘Rahmbo’ is back.
Medical device engineers often have to have as nuanced an understanding of various clinical concepts as the physicians that deal directly with patients. While many engineers are natural autodidacts and simply dive into the topic they’re working on, a more curated and rigorous study may be necessary to have a proper understanding of medical concepts. Show More Summary
Did you know that our body produces its own marijuana-like compound to protect us against anxiety? A study reveals a new biological pathway that regulates this system and suggests that a drug currently in clinical trials to treat obesity might also provide an attractive way to combat anxiety disorders.
We take so many things for granted, like the ability to see. This man, who’s blind, got to see his wife for the first time with the help of a “bionic eye.” The Mayo Clinic has invented one. For real. Take a look after the break. RELATED: This boy hears his parents for the first […]
With all the recent attention on measles, one risk that is seldom mentioned is long-term hearing loss. Several studies have shown a link between measles and hearing loss later in life. Kenneth Brookler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic neurotologist and researcher, has been studying this connection for many years and says this type of hearing loss, otosclerosis, is […]
by Hans Johnson Christians have been at the forefront of civil rights movements over the past two centuries, from the abolition of slavery to the present-day drive to abolish abortion. So does it fall on those of a purportedly pro-life...Show More Summary
It was 11:30 a.m. on a Friday, and one of us, Chavi Eve Karkowsky, was running about an hour behind schedule seeing patients at a high-risk pregnancy clinic. I rushed in to see my 10:30 patient, a lovely woman whom we’ll call Ms. Z. She was a cheerful presence, dressed for the winter day with bright scarves and tall black boots. Show More Summary
A suite of new studies puts a price tag on health problems linked to certain chemicals in our food, makeup and even couches—and it’s steep. The series of papers, just published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism,...Show More Summary
Weight loss surgery does not stunt the growth of obese children when applied within a clinical pathway. It is a safe option to use and provides hope for youngsters who are unable to shed pounds through weight management programs that include counseling and lifestyle changes, experts report.
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Arthur Sit reveals some good news when it comes to a diagnosis of glaucoma. To listen, click the link below. Glaucoma Study
ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Entre las mujeres estadounidenses existe disparidad en cuanto al nivel de concienciación y conocimiento respecto a la densidad mamaria, muestran los resultados de un estudio de Mayo Clinic publicado en la Revista de Oncología Clínica. Densidad mamaria es el término que se utiliza para describir la variación que muestra el tejido mamario en […]
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Fortune magazine named Mayo Clinic to its list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2015. This is Mayo’s 12th consecutive year on the magazine’s annual compilation of companies that rate high with employees. The list ranks Mayo Clinic 73 overall among the top 100 companies. “We congratulate our employees for earning […]
Based on promising data from initial clinical trials in late 2014, WHO with the Health Ministry of Guinea, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Epicentre and The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), will launch a Phase III trial in Guinea on 7 March to test the VSV-EBOV vaccine for efficacy and effectiveness to prevent Ebola. Show More Summary
Karrueche Fears Possible STI’s Due To Unprotected Sex With Chris Brown Apparently Karrueche is speeding to the clinic now that she has human confirmation that Chris Brown had been swimming in women without protective gear the entire time they were
Fathers are the forgotten people in the abortion equation. As LifeNews blogger Lauren Enriquez has written, “With the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 came the legalization of the ultimate usurper of fatherhood: abortion.” “America faces the unpleasant reality that, thanks to abortion and the sexual revolution, the role of fatherhood has rapidly […]
The other day I got an email from the folks organizing the 40 Days for Life vigil outside Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinic in Indianapolis. They had something unusual to report—that a Planned Parenthood staff member had actually referred a woman to a local pregnancy resource center when it became clear she really didn’t want to […]
Broad Ripple Animal Clinic & Wellness Center has staff members that are trained animal behaviorists to offer comprehensive behavior services. They’ve decided to do this for the same reasons that CattleDog Publishing and DrSophiaYin.com were born: seeing so many animals put to sleep because of behavioral problems rather than disease or injury. Show More Summary
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is offering a clinical trial examining the investigational treatment known as ONC201 in patients with solid tumors whose cancer no longer responds to standard therapy. Prior research on the study...Show More Summary
When “Charla” searched the Internet for information about a local abortion clinic, Online for Life’s marketing outreach was there and encouraged her to connect with the Online for Life Call Center. Without judgment or criticism, the call agent encouraged Charla to visit one of Online for Life’s participating life-affirming pregnancy centers so she could become […]