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7 recent reports on pancreatic disorders

2 hours ago   |   Healio

Healio Gastroenterology presents the following reports on the most recent research on pancreatic disorders. These reports include updates on pancreatic cancer, chronic...
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Researchers review data related to high number of cancer deaths in China

6 hours ago   |   News Medical

The past century or so has seen unprecedented technological, scientific, and sociological evolution worldwide.
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Genomic Data Commons offers the largest resource in cancer genomics

9 hours ago   |   News Medical

The National Cancer Institute's Genomic Data Commons , launched in 2016 by then-Vice President Joseph Biden and hosted at the University of Chicago, has become one of the...
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Study on artificial microswimmers could improve the efficacy of targeted cancer therapy

9 hours ago   |   News Medical

A Mason Engineering researcher has discovered that artificial microswimmers accumulate where their speed is minimized, an idea that could have implications for improving the...
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Study demonstrates the novel agonistic effect of curcumin on lipid transcription

10 hours ago   |   News Medical

Curcumin is a polyphenol compound produced by plants of the Curcuma longa species and has been reported to have many physiological activities, which include anti-oxidation...
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Women with incurable breast cancer will benefit from new drug which can extend life by eight months

Women with incurable breast cancer will benefit from new drug which can extend life by eight months

16 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

Thousands of women with incurable breast cancer will benefit from a new life-extending drug on the health service.
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Fox Chase Cancer Center appoints chief nursing officer

19 hours ago   |   Healio

Anna Liza Rodriguez, MSN, MHA, RN, OCN, NEA-BC, has been appointed chief nursing officer at Fox Chase Cancer Center. Rodriguez also will serve as vice president of nursing and...
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Immune Response To The Covid Vaccine Can Mimic A Symptom of Breast Cancer

Immune Response To The Covid Vaccine Can Mimic A Symptom of Breast Cancer

20 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy   |   2 articles

You get your COVID-19 vax and notice, days later, that there's a swollen lump in your armpit area. Of course, you begin to panic, as you're well-aware of the symptoms of breast...
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Artificial microswimmers slow down and accumulate in low-fuel regions

21 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

A researcher has discovered that artificial microswimmers accumulate where their speed is minimized, an idea that could have implications for improving the efficacy of targeted...
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Cholesterol testing rates decline amid COVID-19 pandemic

22 hours ago   |   Healio   |   6 articles

Cholesterol testing dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic, raising concerns about providing patients with proper preventive care, according to a study published in the American...
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Sensing Robot Healthcare for Better Future

Sensing Robot Healthcare for Better Future

3D structural-sensing robots are being developed to handle healthcare tasks and provide quality care, as robots can now derive empathetic adaptability with humans. Read more ...

World Rare Disease Day - Rare Diseases Not So Rare

World Rare Disease Day - Rare Diseases Not So Rare

World Rare Disease Day is celebrated annually on the last day of February. It aims to create more awareness about rare diseases among the general public, decision-makers and... Read more ...

Covid-19: New Tools Predict Patients at Risk of Mechanical Ventilation

Covid-19: New Tools Predict Patients at Risk of Mechanical Ventilation

Novel calculators can help doctors predict patient outcomes and allocate better ICU beds and ventilators. VICE uncovers diabetes mellitus, oxygen saturation of the blood. DICE... Read more ...

Weak Heart Makes Your Brain Suffer

Weak Heart Makes Your Brain Suffer

People with heart problems experience noticeable cognitive deficits. Possible reasons could be impaired blood supply to the brain and dysfunction of the hippocampus, which is... Read more ...

Blood Tests can Predict Who's at Higher Risk for Severe Covid-19

Blood Tests can Predict Who's at Higher Risk for Severe Covid-19

Five biomarkers or biological signals, which are linked to activating white blood cells and obesity can predict severe outcomes in COVID-19 patients. These critically ill... Read more ...

J&J COVID Vaccine Gets Green Light from FDA Panel

J&J COVID Vaccine Gets Green Light from FDA Panel

An FDA advisory committee voted unanimously Friday to recommend the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for use in adults 18 and older. Based on the totality of scientific... Read more ...

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20 Adorable Workout Bodysuits and One-Pieces That'll Make Everything Else Feel Obsolete

There's something fun about a workout bodysuit or one-piece. At first glance, it may seem impractical or a bit extra, until you remember that ballet dancers, gymnasts , and... Read more ...

Immune Response To The Covid Vaccine Can Mimic A Symptom of Breast Cancer

Immune Response To The Covid Vaccine Can Mimic A Symptom of Breast Cancer

You get your COVID-19 vax and notice, days later, that there's a swollen lump in your armpit area. Of course, you begin to panic, as you're well-aware of the symptoms of breast... Read more ...

Device to Prevent Athletes' Brain Injury Wins FDA Nod

Device to Prevent Athletes' Brain Injury Wins FDA Nod

A simple-seeming neck collar can be marketed to prevent brain injury resulting from subconcussive head impacts in athletes, the FDA said Friday. The Q-Collar is designed and... Read more ...

My Wife Got Her COVID-19 Vaccine, And I'm Kind Of Jealous

My Wife Got Her COVID-19 Vaccine, And I'm Kind Of Jealous

The other day, my wife and I went on our insurance website to fill out a COVID-19 vaccine eligibility survey. My wife went first. She's at high risk after being in the hospital... Read more ...