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First pictures show Chinese doctors in hazmat suits treating patients with deadly coronavirus

First pictures show Chinese doctors in hazmat suits treating patients with deadly coronavirus

21 minutes ago   |   Daily Mail

Images shared by the Central Hospital of Wuhan, where the virus originated, show medics donning hazardous material suits attending to sufferers at the hospital's intensive care...
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The Nursing Shortage Is Threatening Our Care

1 hour ago   |   NY Times

“It's gone from the human touch to ‘get it done and get it billed,'” one nurse said.
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Cardiff hospital trials cooling patients after cardiac arrest

1 hour ago   |   BBC

Andrew Barnett is backing a trial at a hospital a year after he nearly died while playing football.
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Endothelial-Dependent Vasomotor Dysfunction in Infants After Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Endothelial-Dependent Vasomotor Dysfunction in Infants After Cardiopulmonary Bypass

1 hour ago   |   Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Objectives: Cardiopulmonary bypass-induced endothelial dysfunction has been inferred by changes in pulmonary vascular resistance, alterations in circulating biomarkers, and...
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'Kangaroo Care' Reduces Infant Deaths

2 hours ago   |   Medicine Net   |   3 articles

Title: 'Kangaroo Care' Reduces Infant Deaths Category: Health News Created: 1/20/2020 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 1/21/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Community-based wellness instructors can provide tailored wellness care to older adults

3 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

Community-based wellness instructors can provide tailored wellness care to older adults, according to researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
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Oregon's health care delivery system improves access for women 's health, reduces infant deaths

5 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

Oregon's unique health care delivery system for low-income patients is resulting in fewer infant deaths, according to a recent study by Oregon State University researchers.
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Braunwald Tower 14AB Earns Bronze-Level Beacon Award for Excellence

6 hours ago   |   BWH

Braunwald Tower 14AB, a medical intermediate care unit, received the bronze-level Beacon Award for Excellence in recognition of its outstanding commitment to excellence in...
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Few Older Patients Get Needed Cardiac Rehab

6 hours ago   |   Medscape

Only about one in four patients on Medicare receive cardiac rehabilitation recommended to help them recover from events like a heart attack or coronary bypass surgery, a U.S...
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Why Are Fewer U.S. Kids Going to Pediatricians?

Why Are Fewer U.S. Kids Going to Pediatricians?

7 hours ago   |   Web MD   |   2 articles

Parents did seek alternatives to the standard pediatrician sick visit, including treatment at urgent care and retail clinics as well as telemedicine consults. These visits...
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Novel Drug Prevents Liver Damage, Obesity Glucose Intolerance

Novel Drug Prevents Liver Damage, Obesity Glucose Intolerance

New study done by Georgetown Lombardi comprehensive cancer center researchers on mice proved that a drug can prevent liver damage, obesity and glucose intolerance. Read more ...

Eye Movement Test Helps Confirm Brain Aging Effects

Eye Movement Test Helps Confirm Brain Aging Effects

A new test, using measurements of eye movements, provides an improved method of investigating inhibitory control, and has applied to study the effects of ageing on this ability. Read more ...

Vitamin D Supplementation may Fight High Blood Pressure in Children

Vitamin D Supplementation may Fight High Blood Pressure in Children

Taking a high dose of vitamin D supplements every day for six months can lower blood pressure in overweight and obese vitamin D-deficient children, reveals a new study. Read more ...

First U.S. Case of China Coronavirus Diagnosed

First U.S. Case of China Coronavirus Diagnosed

The male patient in Washington state was hospitalized with pneumonia last week and had recently traveled to Wuhan, a city of 11 million people in China where the outbreak is... Read more ...

Why Are Fewer U.S. Kids Going to Pediatricians?

Why Are Fewer U.S. Kids Going to Pediatricians?

Parents did seek alternatives to the standard pediatrician sick visit, including treatment at urgent care and retail clinics as well as telemedicine consults. These visits... Read more ...

Challenge a Friend to Sweat It Out With You and Take On This 4-Week Barry's...

Challenge a Friend to Sweat It Out With You and Take On This 4-Week Barry's Workout Plan

Real talk: How many of these fitness personality traits ring true for you? You love feeling like you're part of a fit fam, but you don't always have the time to make it to a... Read more ...

Cervical cancer rates show a 'steep rise' among women in their late 20s...

Cervical cancer rates show a 'steep rise' among women in their late 20s, charity warns

Cancer Research UK has warned that a worrying number of cervical cancer cases are happening among women in their late 20s - around 400 out of 3,000 each year. Read more ...

Women-focused brand builds pre workout around Nutrition 21's nitric oxide...

Women-focused brand builds pre workout around Nutrition 21's nitric oxide booster

A new stimulant free pre-workout product sold through GNC stores features a nitric oxide booster manufactured by Nutrition 21. Read more ...

Millions With Heart Disease Use Pot, Risking Harm

Millions With Heart Disease Use Pot, Risking Harm

Research has found that heart disease patients develop chest pain more readily if they smoke pot, while other studies suggest that marijuana use might even serve as a heart... Read more ...

Deadly New Coronavirus Can Spread Between Humans

Deadly New Coronavirus Can Spread Between Humans

The finding could raise fears that the infection might not require contact with infected animals to occur, and could spread among people more rapidly. Read more ...