Infectious Diseases

New Rapid Rabies Test Could Transform Testing and Treatment

10 monthes ago   |   By Medscape

The CDC has developed a new test for rabies infection in animals that is highly accurate and easier to perform than current gold-standard test.
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Researchers develop new technology that will impact design of drug delivery systems

10 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

Researchers at Houston Methodist and Rice University have made a discovery that will impact the design of not only drug delivery systems, but also the development of newer applications in water filtration and energy production.
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UCLA develops new algorithm that accurately predicts which people will survive heart failure

10 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

A new algorithm developed by UCLA researchers more accurately predicts which people will survive heart failure, and for how long, whether or not they receive a heart transplant.
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Cannabis-related ER visits TRIPLED in Colorado after legalization 

Cannabis-related ER visits TRIPLED in Colorado after legalization 

A new study from the University of Colorado School of Medicine has found that, at one hospital, 3,300 ER visits were related to marijuana in 2012 and spiked to nearly 10,000 in... Read more ...

Spending too much time sitting down kills 50,000 Brits each year

Spending too much time sitting down kills 50,000 Brits each year

Figures on sedentary behaviour were taken from the Health Survey for England 2012, which reported that 30 per cent of adults in England spent at least six hours/day sedentary... Read more ...

Pregnant women who work two or more night shifts a week have a greater risk...

Pregnant women who work two or more night shifts a week have a greater risk of miscarriage

Danish researchers analysed data of 20,000 women over a six year period. It is believed that light exposure during night hours affects important hormones. Read more ...

For Toddlers, Books Still Better Than Tablets

For Toddlers, Books Still Better Than Tablets

Parents and toddlers talked more when reading print books, and were more apt to work together to perform tasks like holding the book and turning pages, researchers found. Read more ...

Major Medical Groups Call for Soda Taxes

Major Medical Groups Call for Soda Taxes

In a new joint policy statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association also recommended a host of other public policies, all aimed at cutting... Read more ...

Two-month-old baby sleep and feeding schedule

Two-month-old baby sleep and feeding schedule

Your baby is two whole months old-wow! How's that sleep situation coming along? It might sound counterintuitive, but it could be helpful not to think about how much sleep your... Read more ...

Measles cases soar above 300 in nationwide outbreak fueled by anti-vaxxers...

Measles cases soar above 300 in nationwide outbreak fueled by anti-vaxxers, CDC says

The CDC says 314 confirmed cases of measles have been reported in 15 states since January 1. Most cases have been reported in children under age 10 who are not vaccinated Read more ...

Attention, Guac Fans: California-Grown Avocados Are Being Recalled in 6 States

Attention, Guac Fans: California-Grown Avocados Are Being Recalled in 6 States

Brunch wouldn't be the same without avocado toast or an avocado-topped egg scramble. But, like many foods in your grocery store aisles, avocados can get exposed to bacteria. On... Read more ...

Secondhand Smoke Can Raise Fetal Heart Risks

Secondhand Smoke Can Raise Fetal Heart Risks

All types of parental smoking were linked to an increased risk of congenital heart birth defects, the analysis found. Read more ...

Hell Yes: Drinking Coffee And Alcohol Every Day May Help You Live Longer

Hell Yes: Drinking Coffee And Alcohol Every Day May Help You Live Longer

Slip some whisky in your morning cuppa, moderate amounts of coffee and alcohol may be good things Cheers! And hell yes - a new study has found that consuming moderate amounts... Read more ...