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Mayo Clinic Minute: 4 Ways to Avoid Ticks

Whether you’re camping, hiking or just playing near woods, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says tick bites should be top of mind. Ticks live in moist and humid environments, particularly wooded and grassy areas — some of the same places where you may be enjoying summer. A tick bite can result in mild symptoms that are treatable at […]

Científico de Mayo Clinic recibe premio internacional preeminente debido a investigación sobre enfermedad de Alzheimer

JACKSONVILLE, Florida: El Dr. Guojun Bu, neurocientífico de la sede de Mayo Clinic en Florida, recibió el Gran Premio 2016 de la Fundación MetLife para Investigación sobre la Enfermedad de Alzheimer, uno de los premios más prestigiosos que anualmente se otorgan a los mejores científicos de ese campo de estudio. El premio fue otorgado al Dr. Bu […]

Advanced Instruments Introduces GloCyte(r) Automated Cell Counter for CSF

Advanced Instruments, Inc., a leader in laboratory instrumentation, launches their GloCyte Automated Cell Counter System at the 68th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo in Philadelphia, PA July 31-August 4. This new fluorescence and microscopy technology recently received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Show More Summary

Landmark HIV Vaccine Clinical Trials Take Center Stage at World's Largest Health Conference

A landmark study is underway to test an antibody that could potentially protect people from infection by almost all strains of HIV and it's not the only one.

Psychiatry on closed and open wards: The suicide risk remains the same

In psychiatric clinics with an exclusively open-door policy, the risk of patients committing suicide or absconding from treatment is no higher than in clinics with locked wards. This has been demonstrated in a large study by the University...Show More Summary

Could brain stimulation make us more susceptible to hypnosis?

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A team of researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine has identified key areas of the human brain that, under stimulation, could make a person more susceptible to hypnosis. Clinical Hypnosis represents a valuable tool...Show More Summary

Opternative and 1-800-Contacts now let users get updated prescriptions from home

Telehealth and telemedicine companies have the power to help patients get the care they need from home, and often more quickly and at a lower cost than what they’d pay out of pocket at a clinic or office in person. Investors have backed...Show More Summary

International Tree Nut Council study finds link between nut intake and inflammatory biomarkers

In a cross-sectional analysis published online today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers looked at the association between habitual nut consumption and inflammatory biomarkers among 5,013 men and women participating in two ongoing prospective cohort studies: the Nurses' Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up Study. Show More Summary

Gene therapy for metabolic liver diseases shows promise in pigs

ROCHESTER, Minn. -- With a shortage of donor organs, Mayo Clinic is exploring therapeutic strategies for patients with debilitating liver diseases. Researchers are testing a new approach to correct metabolic disorders without a whole organ transplant. Their findings appear in Science Translational Medicine. read more

Mayo Clinic Studying Genomics of Antiplatelet Heart Medication

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Which antiplatelet medication is best after a coronary stent? The Tailored Antiplatelet Therapy to Lessen Outcomes After Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (TAILOR-PCI) Study examines whether prescribing heart medication...Show More Summary

Russian scientists discover how certain proteins may help fight chlamydia

Scientists from Federal Research and Clinical Centre of Physical-Chemical Medicine, Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology and MIPT have shown that peptidoglycan recognition proteins (PGLYRPs) of the human immune system can play a key role in the fight against chlamydia infections. Their study was published in Infection and Immunity. read more

Prince Harry Broadcast His HIV Test Live on Facebook, Was Totally Adorable (and Educational)

While his brother keeps busy producing and stewarding a series of flawless offspring, Prince Harry has turned his efforts to the cause of HIV prevention and care. On July 14, Harry visited a London sexual-health clinic to take an HIV test and broadcast the whole thing on Facebook Live.

Bio-Rad Unveils Amplichek II Quality Control, the First in a Series of Controls for the Molecular Diagnostics Testing Market

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: BIO and BIOb), a global provider of life science research and clinical diagnostic products, today announced its entry into the rapidly growing molecular diagnostics testing market with the launch of Amplichek(tm) II quality control, which was recently issued a de novo clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

First Clinical Guidelines in Canada for Pain Following Spinal Cord Injury

Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are the first in Canada to develop clinical practice guidelines for managing neuropathic pain with patients who have experienced a spinal cord injury (SCI).

Axillary Ultrasound After Chemotherapy: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Judy Boughey explains how breast cancer care is being tailored to a patients needs. To listen, click the link below. Axillary Ultrasound after Chemo

Mayo Clinic Minute: What to Eat for Brain Health

Does what you eat matter when it comes to brain health? Mayo Clinic experts say what's good for the body is also good for the brain, and your diet may impact your risk of dementia. Reporter Vivien Williams talks to Dr. Ronald Petersen about a heart and brain-healthy diet. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Diet Journalists: […]

Public Health: Stem Cell Therapies Are Still Mostly Theory, Yet Clinics Are Flourishing

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Hundreds of clinics have sprung up in the United States in recent years, offering untested stem cell treatments for many ailments.

Women’s Health App Provides One-On-One Teleconferencing With Doctors

The digital clinic gives people the flexibility to fit wellness checkups into their busy schedules

Children Exposed To Hepatitis C May Be Missing Out On Treatment

yesterdayHealth : The Checkup

Several times a month, Jessica Wen, a pediatrician specializing in liver diseases, has a teenager show up at her clinic at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with an unexpected diagnosis: hepatit...

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