Anti-vomiting medication can prevent thousands of hospitalizations, save millions of dollars

‘This is the first study to show that, in addition to being clinically useful, the administration of oral ondansetron in children with and persistent vomiting secondary to gastroenteritis, is cost effective, making it a dominant treatment strategy,’ said Freedman. Continue reading

Report: Vermont has been the healthiest

Vermont was also a leader in 2007. During the past years, states have the largest improvement in general health score is in Arkansas, New Mexico, Kentucky, Texas and Montana showed no improvement. Continue reading

Study finds possible explanation for the link between infertility and the risk of breast / ovarian

During the study, Dr. Oktay’s team has performed ovarian stimulation in 126 women for fertility preservation by cryopreservation of embryos or oocytes. Continue reading

Link between alcohol consumption and more frequent progression of HIV disease faster

disease tends to progress at a faster rate in infected individuals who consume two or more alcoholic drinks per day, according to an important document for the new research and human retroviruses AIDS, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. ‘s article is available free online. Continue reading

Survivors ShelterBox continues as Haiti to help rebuild their lives

A number of ShelterBoxes have also been used in an orphanage and two hospitals in Port-au-Prince, where tents were erected to help save lives. Continue reading

U. S. is the world leader in the use of illicit drugs

The use of marijuana has been more widely reported worldwide, and the United States also had the highest utilization rate of 42.4 percent against 41.9 percent of New Zealanders. Continue reading

Cancer specialist nurses can improve care and save money in the United Kingdom

‘This publication reinforces my point of view for a long time clinical nurse specialists can improve the efficiency, safety, experience and productivity of the health system. The cancer can place a constraint on two unscrupulous individuals and their families . Giving them the best possible care and support, the ICS can and should make a big difference. ‘ Continue reading

The beauty is in the eye? One study found that “red eye”, coupled with the sad, unhealthy and unattractive

Red bloodshot eyes are predominant in medical diagnostics and in popular culture, said the lead author, Dr. Robert R. Provine, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Continue reading

Researchers find brain cell transplants to help repair the damage neuronal

The researchers found that cells in culture have migrated, re-implanted in the right caudate nucleus, and migrated through the corpus callosum in the contralateral striatum. Most cells were found in the most depleted dopamine in the caudate nucleus. This study has replicated the success of the primates of the research group had already reported using laboratory mice. Continue reading

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