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Garma Festival 2015: Calls for more dialysis machines to treat Indigenous patients
ABC Online - 5 Hours ago
Related Story: Gumatj leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu awarded honorary doctorate at Garma Festival In a room decorated with photos of kingfishers, ducks and eagles, Morgan Mununggurr has a dialysis
Call for more dialysis machines in remote communities ABC Online
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03:54 ASK DR ELLIE: I can't shake the pain after my flu vaccine
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
Q: Last November I had a flu jab, and ever since then my whole arm has felt painful. I am a 65-year-old man and I’m in fairly good health, but I have been under a lot of stress as my wife is coping with
ASK DR ELLIE: I can't shake the pain after my flu vaccine NewsRT.co.uk
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"Deadwood" alum Ian McShane is returning to HBO, joining "Game of Thrones" for Season
TickerTech.com - 5 Hours ago
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A three-count felony indictment is coming for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, TickerTech.com
After refusing breakfast, a group of 42 maximum-security inmates at Utah State Prison's TickerTech.com
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Kyle Williams ruptures Achilles' tendon at camp, says he's done for season
Denver Post - 6 Hours ago
While attempting to scoop up the football in punt-return drills, Broncos receiver Kyle Williams went down awkwardly grasping his left leg in the early part of the team's second day of training camp.
Kyle Williams ruptures Achilles' tendon at Broncos camp, says he's done for season Denver Post
Distal Biceps Tendon Ruptures: An Epidemiological Analysis Using a Large Population American Journal of Sports Medicine
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Medical Marijuana Dispensary Plan in the South Bronx Stirs Anxiety and Hope
NewsOnFeeds.com - 4 Hours ago
published about 1 hour ago Residents and community leaders are asking whether it will provide an economic boost to the Hunts Point neighborhood or become a magnet for trouble. NYT > Science
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Washington Heights man's cancer has genetic discovery
LocalNews7.com - 6 Hours ago
Nothing was normal about the case of Chris Francis. From the minute Francis first appeared in Dr. Benjamin Levy’s office last September, the cancer specialist realized he had a very unusual patient
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Washington Heights mans cancer has genetic discovery
DailyNews724.com - 6 Hours ago
Nothing was normal about the case of Chris Francis. From the minute Francis first appeared in Dr. Benjamin Levy’s office last September, the cancer specialist realized he had a very unusual patient
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Policemen donate blood for cancer patients
DAWN Group - 4 Hours ago
KOHAT: Police officials donated blood in the police hospital for cancer patients here on Saturday. The blood donation camp was organised on the request of the Frontier Foundation as part of the ‘Police
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Study finds brain chemicals that keep wakefulness in check
Daily Newswatch - 4 Hours ago
By: Emmanuel Olojuanu with agency report August 2, 2015 in Science Comments Mice that have a particular brain chemical switched off become hyperactive and sleep for just 65 per cent of their normal
Study finds brain chemicals that keep wakefulness in check Imperial College London EurekAlert!
Mice without specific brain chemical develop characteristics similar to bipolar News-Medical.Net
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PAEC is making all efforts to lessen miseries of cancer patients
Pakistan Observer - 5 Hours ago
- Islamabad—Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Oncology Lahore (INMOL), one of the leading cancer hospitals of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) organized a two day Oncology Summit with a theme
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8/2/2015: Variety: Quick treatment for arthritis
Hindustan Times - 5 Hours ago
India is presently witnessing a revolution in the field of medical technology, which has led to an increased awareness regarding diseases and their treatment options. One such disorder is arthritis, which
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Should students be screened for mental health issues?
NEWS.com.au - 5 Hours ago
The idea flows from a study linking students’ mental health issues with a range of other problems at school, but comes with a caveat about the risk of stigmatising children and invading their privacy.
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Norwegian-lead Ebola vaccine study shows promising results in Guinea
Health Canal - 6 Hours ago
The study, testing the effectiveness of a new vaccine against Ebola, has shown encouraging outcomes according to interim analyses published today in The Lancet. From vaccination in Guinea ©Yann Libessart/MSF
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State confirms year's first human case of plague [The Santa Fe New Mexican]
Bloomberg - 15 Hours ago
Your requested update has been submitted Our data partners will research the update request and update the information on this page if necessary. Research and follow-up could take several weeks. If
BlueLinx Holdings Inc. Receives Continued Listing Standards Notice From NYSE Bloomberg
Fitch Affirms and Withdraws HSBC Bank (Chile)'s IDRs; Affirms National Ratings Bloomberg
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Riders hit the road for cancer patients
Boston Globe - 8 Hours ago
LAKEVILLE — There were 6,000 participants in this year’s annual Pan-Mass Challenge, but many more than 6,000 reasons to ride. Three-year-old Cian Byrne was one of them. Continue reading below Cian,
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Scientists can now forecast flu outbreaks
The Hindu - 11 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Just like weather forecasting, scientists can now predict the timing and intensity of influenza outbreaks in subtropical climates, where flu seasons can
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Cancer patient loses arm but regains hope
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 12 Hours ago
“It’s very heavy. It’s like carrying a child on your arm only you can’t put it down when you’re feeling tired,” Caparas said in a recent interview. Doctors who examined her later diagnosed her with bone
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A prospective cohort study on poor oral hygiene and pancreatic cancer risk
International Journal of Cancer - 12 Hours ago
Abstract Poor oral hygiene has been proposed to increase the risk for pancreatic cancer. We aim to assess this hypothesis, using number of teeth, dental plaque and oral mucosal lesions examined at baseline
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Radiographic, computed tomographic and surgical anatomy of the equine sphenopalatine
Equine Veterinary Journal - 13 Hours ago
Summary Reasons for performing study Knowledge of imaging anatomy, surgical anatomy and disorders affecting the sphenopalatine sinus are currently lacking. Objectives To describe the computed tomographic
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Non-Enzymatic Glycation and Degree of Mineralization Are Higher in Bone from Fractured
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research - 14 Hours ago
Abstract Objective Low-energy fractures are frequent complications in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus patients (T1DM). Modifications of bone intrinsic composition might be a potential cause of fragility observed
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Patient Centered Care: A New Paradigm for Chronic Liver Disease
Hepatology - 14 Hours ago
Manisha Verma MD, MPH and Victor Navarro MD DOI: 10.1002/hep.28022 © 2015 by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Issue Hepatology Additional Information Author Information
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Possible involvement of the sigma-1 receptor chaperone in chemotherapeutic-induced
Synapse - 14 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Previous studies have shown that ligands of the sigma-1 receptor chaperone (Sig-1R) regulate pain-related behaviors. Clinical use of chemotherapeutics is often compromised due to their adverse
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Brainstem system of hippocampal theta induction: The role of the ventral tegmental
Synapse - 14 Hours ago
Abstract This paper summarizes the results of studies concerning the influence of the VTA on the hippocampal theta rhythm. Temporary VTA inactivation resulted in transient loss of the hippocampal theta.
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Comparing a7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Binding, Amyloid-ß Deposition, and
Synapse - 14 Hours ago
ABSTRACT The present study was aimed to assess the correlations among a7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (a7-nAChR) binding, amyloid-ß (Aß) deposition, and mitochondrial complex I (MC-I) activity in
Concentration-response relationship of the a7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist Alzheimer Research Forum
Alpha7 nicotinic receptor activation protects against oxidative stress via heme-oxygenase Alzheimer Research Forum
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LeadingAge Selects Eldermark Case Study to Highlight...
San Francisco Chronicle - 7/31/2015
Case study showcased at the Long Term and Post-Acute Care HIT Summit in Baltimore. Minneapolis, Minn. (PRWEB) July 31, 2015 Eldermark Software, the innovative leader of senior care software, is selected
LeadingAge Selects Eldermark Case Study to Highlight Medication Error Reduction MySanAntonio
LeadingAge Selects Eldermark Case Study to Highlight Medication Error... PRWeb
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