Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society – North America has announced the speakers for the annual event

Ronald DG McKay Speakers, Ph.D., senior researcher at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Teruo Okano diseases, Ph.D., Director and Professor, Institute of Advanced Biomedical Engineering and Science, Tokyo Medical University woman, and Michael L. Shuler, Ph.D., James M. and Marsha McCormick Chair of Biomedical Engineering and Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Chemical Engineering, Cornell University’s School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Continue reading

U. S. Army Nurse wins immunity to protect against diseases for ANA soldiers

The U. S. Army Captain Bryan Ferrara, who handled the nearly 4,000 soldiers vaccination against many diseases for distribution by a year in Iraq, has been named the American Nurses Association , winner of immunity for February 2011. Continue reading

Residents rarely trained in the examination of skin cancer

The residency programs and medical schools can have neither the time nor the facilities to teach an expert, a comprehensive review of all doctors in training, they conclude. However, the basic capacity to recognize potentially suspicious lesions and those with lesions triage should be a vital and fundamental of these two training programs. If the doctors in training today do not learn this skill set in medical school or residency, c ‘ is some probability that acquire this knowledge in everyday practice their days, which could have potentially devastating consequences for the recognition of melanoma in the future. Continue reading

Mystic Pharmaceuticals receives U.S. patent for the vaccine without needle, and drug delivery technology

‘Mystic technology will simplify and accelerate the packaging, distribution and delivery of drugs and biological products for the protection of public safety in a crisis situation,’ said Timothy Sullivan, President and CEO of Mystic. Continue reading

Apathy and depression to predict the progression of mild cognitive impairment to dementia

After adjustment for age, sex and education, the researchers found that people with mild cognitive impairment and depression had a 66 % increase in the risk of developing dementia compared to those of individuals with cognitive impairment light without depression. Similarly, people with mild cognitive impairment and apathy had a 99 % increased risk of developing dementia than people with mild cognitive impairment, without apathy. Continue reading

Novel gene therapy shows that the compensation of the toxic protein inside the cells of the brain prevents the formation of plaque outside neurons

Moussa has documented a link between Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease , and Down syndrome and found that these disorders have in common is an accumulation of beta-amyloid. People with Down syndrome to produce too much amyloid protein have three copies of chromosome that generates amyloid. They have too much because amyloid in the brain, says Moussa. Continue reading

‘Keyhole’ surgery effective for colon cancer

There are new weapons in the fight against cancer of the colon and rectum. Know them. Sign up for our newsletter and stay informed WebMD Cancer. Continue reading

Cancer survivors face higher health care costs in the long term: report

In fact, researchers at Penn State found that, on average, cancer survivors pay up to $ 5,000 more each year in health care costs that people who have never had cancer. Continue reading

Parents warn children in adult beds Latest

Of the estimated 79 deaths related to water, Nakamura said the 68 were attributed to an obstruction of the airways, with the infant found face down on the surface of the bed. The other deaths were due to suffocation of the child who is trapped between the mattress and bed frame or wall. Continue reading

Knowledge online resource fills the gap identified by the NIH Challenge Grant initiative, help graduates who have autism spectrum disorder

The site also offers resources for educators, trainers, doctors and transition coordinators who support people with ASD in the transition from high school and vocational secondary education or other activities. In addition to the site, is available from JobTIPS smartphones, tablet PCs and other remote devices. Continue reading