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    Potentially Deadly Heart Condition Plagues Family Members Around Same Age

      People with a family member who had an aortic dissection--a spontaneous tear in one of the body's main arteries--should take note of the age that family member was when the aortic dissection occurred. According to a new study published online in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, aortic dissections ha Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Heart Surgery Residents Ready to Save Real Lives After 'Out of Body' Training Experience

      Simulation training for surgery residents builds confidence and could have a life-saving impact on patients undergoing cardiac surgery, according to two studies published online in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery. Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    New Study Questions Timing in Mitral Valve Repairs

      UAB doctors say new research is showing that patients who suffer from isolated mitral valve regurgitation may need surgery before symptoms appear. Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Facial transplantation: knowledge arrives, questions remain

      In the brief history of facial transplantation,1 the few published long-term outcome reports have described individual patients with 5-year2 and 3-year3 follow-up. In The Lancet, Laurent Lantieri and colleagues4 report the long-term follow-up of six patients with face transplantation from their sin Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Face transplant: long-term follow-up and results of a prospective open study

      These long-term results show the crucial effect of patients' social support and pre-existing psychiatric conditions on the risk-benefit ratio of facial transplantation. Careful preoperative patient selection and long-term postoperative follow-up programmes under strict institutional review board co Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    In Unstable Times, the Brain Reduces Cell Production to Help Cope

      People who experience job loss, divorce, death of a loved one or any number of life's upheavals often adopt coping mechanisms to make the situation less traumatic. Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Scientists Identify Spark Plug That Ignites Nerve Cell Demise in ALS

      Scientists from Harvard Medical School have identified a key instigator of nerve cell damage in people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, a progressive and incurable neurodegenerative disorder. Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    New Research Shows Impact of Crohn's Disease on Brain Function

      New research published in the UEG Journal1 has found that Crohn's disease sufferers experience slower response times than matched individuals that do not have the disease. Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    How Long Do You Want to Live? Your Expectations for Old Age Matter

      Why do some people want to live a very long time, while others would prefer to die relatively young? In a latest study, a team of researchers including Vegard Skirbekk, PhD, at the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center, investigated how long young and middle-aged adults in the United States say th Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Mega-quenchers in the sun as massive troughs slake working equine thirst - Horsetalk

      Horsetalk They are not just any old water trough, but massive 50-foot-long concrete watering centers for very thirsty working horses and donkeys in Ethiopia. International charity Brooke USA is only a few thousand dolla Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Research report explores the Global Aneurysm Clips Market - Medgadget (blog)

      The report provides a basic overview including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure and development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. Se Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Associates and UTHealth Welcome Neurosurgeon Joseph Cochran, M.D. - Fort Bend Herald

      Dr. Cochran will serve as a neurosurgeon at Mischer Neuroscience Associates-Southwest as well as Mischer Neuroscience Associates-Sugar Land. He will also serve as an assistant prof Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    How Hillary Clinton crushed another rally in biotech - MarketWatch

      MarketWatch Thanks a lot, Hillary! That is probably what investors in the biotech sector, and Mylan Inc. specifically, are saying at end of an ugly day for the health care sector on Wednesday. Shares of Mylan Inc. MYL, -5.41% ended the d Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Pink Days in Bloom raises $15000 for local Oncology Institute, breast cancer foundation - Meadville Tribune

      Meadville Tribune Deanna Howles (left), Pink Days in Bloom event coordinator, and Kristina Callan look to see how a photo came out while presenting a check for $12,000 to the Yolanda G. Barco Onco Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Wednesday's Warriors: The Oncology Nurses - CBS Local

      CBS Local Every path to oncology is different. For Stout, her calling came at a heavy price. "My dad passed when I was 20 of renal cell carcinoma, and getting to experience the nursing care he had at UTSW, made me want to bring that ki Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Excess weight linked to 8 more cancer types

      There's yet another reason to maintain a healthy weight as we age. An international team of researchers has identified eight additional types of cancer linked to excess weight and obesity: stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, ovary, meningioma (a type of brain tumor), thyroid cancer and the bloo Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Local social worker helping others through equine therapy - WXYZ

      WXYZ (WXYZ) - Amber Burkhardt-Sidebottom is a licensed clinical social worker who owns Bridgewater Support Services in Manchester, Michigan. With the help of her beloved horses, she offers services in mental health and personal growth. She Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    Can severe asthma be cured? National Jewish Health is about to find out - 9NEWS.com

      Denver Business Journal DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - National Jewish Health is launching an initiative with the aggressive aim of curing severe asthma within the next five years. The Denver hospital announced the creation W Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    New European blood pressure targets for diabetes may put patients at risk - Healio

      In February 2015, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare raised the systolic BP targets from below 130 mm Hg to below 140 mm Hg for patients with diabetes, according to a press release. "We believe that the rec Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 

    NEJM study: MRI-guided focused ultrasound effective to treat essential tremor - EurekAlert (press release)

      CBC.ca 25, 2016 - Treatment with MRI-guided focused ultrasound significantly improves tremors and quality of life in patients with essential tremor (ET), the most common movement disorder, accordin Save |  Share  Email 24th Aug 2016 
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