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Holland America Line Ships Score 100

  On recent routine United States Public Health inspections (USPHI) conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Holland America Line’s ms Statendam,

America declares war on e-cigarettes. But it’s an ideological battle, not a medical one

The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention have launched a wildly expensive campaign against e-cigarettes because… well, I can’t really work out their logic, but the sickly aroma of liberal… Continue reading The post America declares war on e-cigarettes. But it’s an ideological battle, not a medical one appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Loyola Infectious Disease Department Receives Prestigious Award at APIC

Jorge Parada, MD, hospital epidemiologist and medical director of the Infection Prevention and Control Program at Loyola University Health System, will receive the Implementation Science Award at the Association for Prevention and Infection (APIC).

Control switch that modulates cell stress response may be key to multiple diseases

A control switch has been discovered for the unfolded protein response (UPR), a cellular stress relief mechanism drawing major scientific interest because of its role in cancer, diabetes, inflammatory disorders and several neural degenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Control Switch That Modulates Cell Stress Response May Be Key to Multiple Diseases

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have discovered a control switch for the unfolded protein response (UPR), a cellular stress relief mechanism drawing major scientific interest because of its role...Show More Summary

Through Smart Drug Policies, We Can Change Our Communities for the Better

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a staggering and tragic statistic: Heroin overdose deaths tripled from 2010 to 2013. These numbers are shocking, but they unfortunately come as no surprise to the communities across the U.S. Show More Summary

Boehner: 11 million gaining health insurance is a 'legacy of broken promises'

The Centers for Disease Control released a pair of reports on Monday calculating that 11 million people who had been uninsured now have insurance, thanks to Obamacare. While 37 million people are still uninsured—some 4 million who would...Show More Summary

Are Schools Liable When Bullied Teens Commit Suicide?

An estimated 16 percent of high school students have considered, planned, or attempted suicide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Unfortunately, many teens who contemplate or commit suicide are victims of bullying by their peers. Show More Summary

Scathing Report Calls Lab Safety at CDC ‘Insufficient’

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A new public report from outside experts assessing laboratory safety at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) comes down severely on the government agency. In 2014 and early 2015, the CDC was the site of a series of mishaps, from a lab technician the agency thought was potentially exposed to live Ebola…

Safety Experts Say CDC Not Credible: Lab Mishaps Involving Dangerous Pathogens, Fear Of Reporting Accidents

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is under fire after a report by leading biohazard safety experts shows inadequacy abound. The experts say there is “inadequate” training, lack of leadership commitment toward safety and a significant percentage of staff who are afraid to report accidents. Show More Summary

CDC Links Listeriosis Illnesses To Fruit Recalled In July 2014

Last summer, a California-based fruit packing company recalled all fruit that had passed through their plant during a six-week period, since they were potentially contaminated with Listeria bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control and...Show More Summary

4 Tips for Healthy Weight Loss

Your health and weight are intimately connected. The good news is you can eat more and weigh less -- that's right, you can lose weight without feeling deprived or hungry. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, if...Show More Summary

World's first method for continuous purification of valuable antibodies

Without antibodies we would be at the mercy of pathogens or cancer cells. Therapeutic antibodies are used as passive vaccines, for cancer therapy or for controlling autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis. According to "bccresearch.com" the global market for antibody drugs was worth nearly 70 billion USD in 2014 and should rise to 122 billion USD until 2019. read more

Healthy Adventure: When Nutrition Meets Diversity

This past weekend, as an American Diabetes Ambassador, I had the privilege of hosting the Healthy Eating portion of the ADA Expo in New York City. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost 1 in 10 Americans has been diagnosed with diabetes, and it is suspected that another 1 in 4 has the disease but is undiagnosed. Show More Summary

U.S. Besieged by Superbug as CDC Fails in Its Core Mission

Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after their deadly fumbling on Ebola and measles, new data show the agency vastly

Genome-editing tool streamlined to thwart 'deadliest' animal

A red-hot new technology has been streamlined to make it more efficient at making changes in mosquito genetics. The discovery could enable more effective approaches to mosquito and disease control.

Latest News About the Pill Will Give You a Stomach Ache

Post by Adriana Velez. File this one under The Joys of Womanhood. They've found a link between the birth control Pill and Crohn's disease. Your risk for getting the dreaded incurable gastrointestinal disease is three times higher if you're on the pill.   This is according to a study of 230,000 American Women. Show More Summary

Women who take birth control pill 300% more likely to get Crohn’s disease: study

The huge increase in Crohn’s disease cases in women in the past fifty years corresponds to the introduction of oral contraceptive pills, finds a new study of 230,000 women.

Researchers find surprising link between birth control and Crohn’s disease

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A study on the link between the birth control pill and Crohn’s disease has led a team of doctors to suggest that women with an already genetic predisposition to the chronic gastrointestinal disease may be three times more likely to develop the condition if they have used “the pill” for...

10 Greens Healthier Than Kale for St. Paddy’s

  A recent study published through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzed the nutritional value of various fruits and vegetables, but instead of calculating how nutrient-dense each... The post 10 Greens Healthier Than Kale for St. Paddy’s appeared first on PETA.

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