Archive for the 'Prevention' Category

ACP Hospitalist.

‘ACP’s publications – from our monthly print papers to your weekly e-news letters – are invaluable sources of news and clinical details for internal medicine doctors.’.. ACP wins excellence for healthcare publishing award The American College of Physicians is pleased to announce that ACP Internist, ACP Hospitalist, and ACP InternistWeekly have won awards for excellence […]

Aleres Connected Health technology to be demonstrated at HIMSS 2014 Annual Conference Alere Inc.

Related StoriesHealthcare technology cultural event of the year opens entriesNew scientific chemistry analyzer released by EKF at Medica 2015RE. WORK showcases upcoming technology and improvements in deep learning software program Alere offers patient-centric, integrated health care IT solutions that comprehensively address big data issues and identifies critical treatment gaps in today's fragmented healthcare environment. While […]

Aggressive regulations threaten DC food farmers and trucks markets with harsh fines.

And shouldn’t ticket vendors have the ability to cut scalpers out from the process by instituting a powerful pricing system that charges more for in-demand tickets and boosts ticket prices as the event comes closer? Heavy limitations and regulatory requirements squelching regional food motion in D.C. All of this aggression toward street suppliers will only […]

Smoking cigarettes will result in numerous unhealthy diseases such as lung cancer & heart illnesses.

The Gene 1.1 ST Arrays, developed with leading experts to enable fast advancement in genetic research, offer unique array styles based on the newest genome builds and the best probe coverage available. Whole-transcriptome evaluation enables researchers to identify multiple transcript isoforms from a given gene, including those that could be missed utilizing a 3′-biased expression […]

And Peter Peduzzi.

Albert C. Lo, M.D., Ph.D., Peter D. Guarino, M.P.H., Ph.D., Lorie G. Richards, Ph.D., Jodie K. Haselkorn, M.D., M.P.H., George F. Wittenberg, M.D., Ph.D., Daniel G. Federman, M.D., Robert J. Ringer, Pharm.D., Todd H. Wagner, Ph.D., Hermano I. Krebs, Ph.D., Bruce T. Volpe, M.D., Christopher T. Bever, Jr., M.D., M.B.A., Dawn M. Bravata, M.D., Pamela […]

Also next week.

In many areas, pharmacists can offer cholesterol and blood pressure screenings, along with other detection and avoidance services to help a patient manage their health care and get the most out the medications they may be acquiring. Regular cholesterol screenings are an important element of maintaining a wholesome heart and lifestyle, mentioned APhA CEO and […]

2009 in Houston.

24-25, 2009 in Houston, Texas. The meeting features a review of the newest developments in neuro-scientific organ transplantation from May 2008 up to the 2009 2009 American Transplant Congress that was held in May in Boston. The meeting shall emphasize topical basic and clinical technology lectures, organ-specific literature evaluations and highlights from ATC. A Meeting […]

Because such vaccines shall have already been given much more.

The H1N1 Flu vaccine shows up in lots of of the abortion/stillbirth cases, however, not the most. The ‘champion’, showing up in 297 of the VAERS records associated with miscarriage, is usually Gardasil ! Once again, this vaccine is normally a newcomer, having only existed for four years.’ His advice to pregnant women is to […]

Says a University of Oregon researcher.

We wished to understand what separates the two?’ During four assessments, individuals provided self-reports of drug use in the previous thirty days. Four working memory space tests also were executed: Corsi block tapping, in which subjects viewed similar blocks that lit up randomly on a display screen and tapped each package backwards order of the […]