Banana peels make sugar cookies better for you

Banana peels are no longer always destined for the trash or compost. They make their way onto people’s plates, replacing the pork in the “pulled-skin” sandwiches and frying in the “bacon.” And now researchers reporting in ACS Food Science and Technology show that incorporating banana peel flour into sugar cookie …

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A critic of the Congressional inquiry into gain-of-function research helped fund a gain-of-function study in Wuhan

Baylor College of Medicine National School of Tropical Medicine President Peter Hotez has funded research into a chimeric virus that has come under scrutiny by Congress. (Photo credit: United States Mission in Geneva) A prominent scientist who exposed a congressional probe into gain-of-function research helped fund gain-of-function work from the …

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Okanagan Vet Shortage Creates Appointment Backlog – Okanagan

A current shortage of veterinarians in the Okanagan is forcing veterinary clinics to change the way they offer their services. With too few veterinarians to go around, pet patients in many cases have to wait months for an appointment. For five years, this region has faced a shortage of veterinarians. …

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Clinical evaluation of T2 papillary thyroid carcinoma: a retrospective study conducted at a single tertiary institution

The American Joint Committee on Cancer/Union for International Cancer Control TNM staging system for thyroid cancer defines category T as follows: T0, no evidence of primary tumor; T1, size ≤ 2 cm and intrathyroid; T2, 2cm 4 cm or ETE …

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Emirates News Agency – 4,770 engineers have graduated from Abu Dhabi University to date

ABU DHABI, 8th August, 2022 (WAM) — In 2022, 4,940 degrees were awarded and 4,770 engineers graduated from the College of Engineering (CoE) of Abu Dhabi University (ADU), one of the top engineering schools in the United Arab Emirates. Of these graduates, 32% were female and 36% were Emirati, reiterating …

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Introducing the Lipidomics Minimum Reporting Checklist

Center for Human Nutrition and Department of Molecular Genetics, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, USA Jeffrey G. McDonald Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, VILLUM Center for Bioanalytical Sciences, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark Christer S. Ejsing Cell Biology and Biophysics Unit, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany …

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Mass vaccination of cattle needed to control lumpy skin disease in India: Indian-American vet

An Indian-American veterinarian claimed mass vaccination of livestock and the immediate restriction of their inter-district movement to prevent the spread of lumpy skin disease in India. More than 3,000 cattle in Rajasthan and Gujarat and more than 400 in Punjab died from the disease. Members of the Rajasthan Association of …

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Should patients – or any of the other 6 stakeholder groups – be paid for AI in healthcare?

1. The patients, it could be argued, are the rightful owners of any data created from their bodies, Rowell and Sebro suggest. Cells, images, demographics, patient outcomes – “if that data is used to build a lucrative AI system, it’s safe to say that that data has value.” After: It …

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A decade after the Oak Creek shooting, Sikh community members and experts push for better policies and resources

Wisconsin native Pardeep Kaleka was on his way to the Sikh temple in Wisconsin when he heard there was an active shooter in the gurdwara – in the same place where his parents and several other devotees were preparing a community meal. His mother survived the attack on August 5, …

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Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine and Homeopathy (PCIMH)

Create PDF In the news– Minister Ayush spoke about the Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine and Homeopathy in the Lok Sabha recently. About PCIMH- The Commission was originally established as the Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine (PCIM) on 18 August 2010 as an autonomous body under the Ministry of AYUSH …

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LETTER: Thank you to the veterinary clinic team

Dear Editor: Our senior dog Porter recently passed away at the age of 14 years and three months. We would like to express our sincere thanks to Dr. Julie Woodward and the entire team at the Summerland Animal Clinic for their care of Porter during the last two years of …

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Prof Catherine Bennett, Prof James McCaw, Dr James Wood among experts hoping for first spring without new wave of COVID-19

“There’s no evidence to suggest that these tests don’t do omicron. In fact, the way these tests are done, they’re quite resistant to mutations in the spike protein,” Dr. Whiting said. This is consistent with three overseas studies that have shown that RATs remain effective at detecting omicron variants. Studies …

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Putting a new spin on football’s spiral — ScienceDaily

Only a handful of researchers have studied why an American football flies in such a unique trajectory, weaving through the air with remarkable precision, but also deflecting, wobbling and even tumbling as it hurtles downward. Now, ballistics experts at Stevens Institute of Technology have, for the first time, applied their …

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NGF-Based MRD Assessment Demonstrates Potential to Predict MM Disease Progression

Previous studies have produced heterogeneous results on next-generation flow (NGF)-based minimal residual disease (MRD) detection, despite improvements in method reproducibility and sensitivity, prompting current authors to study its clinical utility. Results of a new study show that next-generation flow (NGF)-based assessment of minimal residual disease (MRD) status holds promise for …

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Why We Order Redux Lab Tests

George D. Lundberg, MD In 2022, doctors have a wide range of clinical laboratory tests – and other diagnostic tests – to choose from. What tests should we order and why? Lab tests should not be ordered before or unless the doctor knows how the results will be used and …

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This discovery contributes to understanding that evolution is not strictly conducted from parent to offspring

A fruit fly genome is not just made up of fruit fly DNA – at least for a fruit fly species. New research from the Institute for Genome Sciences (IGS) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) shows that a species of fruit fly contains entire genomes of …

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Global Flavored Veterinary Drugs Market SWOT Analysis, Investment, Future Growth and Top Key Players 2022 to 2028 – Shanghaiist

Research on the Global Flavored Veterinary Drugs Market by MarketsandResearch.biz Examines previous and current growth prospects and trends to acquire insightful insights into these market indicators for the projected period 2022-2028. , using 2016-2020 as the base year and 2021 as the reference year. A unique research approach has been …

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How much water will make you sick?

Photo: 7ciJvxpn-w2gZu (Shutterstock) It is no news that drinking water is very important. There has been much written about how to determine how much you should drink every day and then find creative ways to achieve this goal. What might come as a shock, however, is that you can actually …

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National Medical Commission asks medical schools to install cameras on their premises : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Faridkot, July 31 The National Medical Commission (NMC) has requested all medical faculties and institutions to install cameras in their premises at certain specific locations. In a letter to all medical colleges, NMC Chairman Dr. Suresh Chandra Sharma suggested 12 locations in institutions for the …

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1100 cows die from lumpy skin disease in Rajasthan; The central and state veterinary teams are mobilizing

More than 1,100 cows have died of ‘lumpy skin disease’, a severe form of contagious viral infection in cattle, in parts of Rajasthan as the infection spread to 10 border districts affecting thousands of other cattle, especially cows in the past 3 to 4 months, a state livestock official said …

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Insufficient sleep could have a lasting impact on neurocognitive development in tweens

According to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM). These differences were correlated with greater mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety and impulsive behaviors, in those who were sleep deprived. Insufficient sleep was also linked to cognitive difficulties with memory, problem …

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Cupola Animal Hospital Adds Veteran Veterinarian | Local News

Veterinarian Dr. Katie Heckel has joined Cupola Animal Hospital in Williamson County. Heckel has 14 years of experience in veterinary services. The Spring Hill resident has worked in private practice in the Nashville area for 10 years and graduated in 2008 from Ohio State University, where she earned a degree …

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Kareo’s Integrated Platform Chosen by Bright Futures Speech Therapy

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kareo, a leading provider of cloud-based clinic and practice management software solutions for independent healthcare practices and billing companies, announced that Bright Futures Speech Therapy, a clinic of San Diego-based speech-language pathology chose Kareo Clinical Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Kareo Billing practice management solutions to improve …

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NY Bill bans pet stores from selling puppies, impacts ‘puppy mill pipeline’

(Photo credit: Manuel Schäfer/Getty) After years of deliberation, New York State has taken an important step toward eliminating puppy mills and protecting animal welfare. In June, the New York State Legislature passed a bill to ban the retail sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores statewide. Supporters are …

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A chance to reduce unnecessary blood tests

A pandemic-related shortage of a mundane item – tubes for collecting blood samples from patients – has caused headaches for health systems around the world. But it may also have a silver lining: a lesson in how to reduce unnecessary medical testing whether or not there is a shortage, according …

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Pet owners sue maker of veterinary products, claiming inflated prices

Cardi B, an American Fox Hound, is displayed during the press preview of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Hudson Yards in New York, U.S., June 16, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Antitrust complaint in California federal court alleges anti-competitive contracts raise …

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Alzheon to Present Phase 2 Biomarker and Breakthrough Clinical Data for ALZ-801 (Valiltramiprosate) Oral Tablet at the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Alzheon, Inc.a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a broad portfolio of product candidates and diagnostic tests for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other neurodegenerative disorders, announced today that it will present at the conference 2022 Alzheimer Association International Conference (AAIC) to be July 31-August 4, 2022 …

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“No” is one of the great films about cinema

The essence of cinema is the symbol – the filming of an action which represents something else, which derives its identity from what is off-screen. There’s a lot of action in Jordan Peele’s new movie, ‘Nope’, and it’s imaginative and exciting if viewed solely as the genre mashup that it …

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Monkeypox: what you need to know about vaccines, tests and treatment

The monkeypox outbreak continues to spread across the world, leading the World Health Organization to declare it a public health emergency of international concern on Saturday. The designation means that a coordinated international response is needed to prevent the virus from spreading further and may spur member countries to invest …

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Nationwide vet shortage has Bay Area pet owners scrambling – NBC Bay Area

A nationwide shortage of veterinarians is having Bay Area pet owners scrambling. Veterinary clinics are booked almost everywhere and patients are given priority even in critical cases. Willow Glen Pet Hospital had seven staff members before the pandemic. Now they have 14 and that’s still not enough, saying they have …

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Femoral osteoplasty has shown positive long-term results for femoroacetabular impingement

Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Nepple JJ, et al. Article 44. Submitted to: American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine; July 13-17, 2022; Colorado Springs, Colorado. Disclosures: Nepple does not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles …

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Climate change is already costing cities dearly. it will get worse

Cash-strapped cities and towns in Ohio will need to find billions more a year to keep pace as the challenges of climate change intensify over the next few decades, according to a new analysis. Climate deniers have long ignored the overwhelming scientific consensus around global warming. It got a little …

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New AI software can create proteins that can be useful as vaccines, cancer treatments

Scientists have developed artificial intelligence software capable of creating proteins that can be useful as vaccines, cancer treatments, or even as tools to remove carbon pollution from the air. This research, reported today in the journal Science, was conducted by the University of Washington School of Medicine and Harvard University. …

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Global Veterinary Glucometer Market 2022 Trend Analysis and Major Manufacturers operating as Zoetis, Abbott, Woodley Equipment Company Ltd., Nova Biomedical

From 2022 to 2028, MarketandResearch.biz report on Global Veterinary Glucometer Market the research examines historical and current growth prospects and trends to gain useful insights into key market drivers. Between 2022 and 2028, the Veterinary Glucometers market revenue is projected to increase with 2021 serving as the base year and …

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Inform Diagnostics Agrees to Pay $16 Million to Resolve Medically Unnecessary Testing Claims Under False Claims Act | USAO-MA

BOSTON – Inform Diagnostics, Inc., (Inform) formerly known as Miraca Life Sciences, Inc. (Inform), has agreed to pay $16 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false payment claims to Medicare and other federal health care programs. Inform is a clinical laboratory headquartered in Irving, Texas that provides pathology services …

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Mastriano courting voters on Gab pushes GOP further right, experts say

Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano’s use of the far-right social media platform Gab.com to engage potential voters is a step towards the extremism that more moderate members of the Republican Party have claimed. responsibility to repudiate, according to political and internet experts. Mastriano paid $5,000 for campaign advice to Gab.com, …

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Province Funds Training Places for Lab Assistants, Social Workers and Pharmacy Technicians

British Columbia is adding 322 training seats at post-secondary institutions across the province for clinical pharmacists, laboratory technologists, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals. British Columbia is adding 322 training seats at post-secondary institutions across the province for clinical pharmacists, laboratory technologists, physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals. This includes 15 new …

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Alberta Scofflaw vet admits practicing without being registered

Breadcrumb Links Local News Forestburg veterinarian Dr. Jeff Serfas has faced multiple disciplinary decisions from the Alberta Medical Veterinary Association. Picture by Facebook Content of the article An Alberta veterinarian described as “ungovernable” by the profession’s regulatory body has admitted to examining an animal and dispensing medication last summer despite …

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How Cornerstone AI makes data “right” for healthcare

To further reinforce our commitment to providing cutting-edge data technology coverage, VentureBeat is delighted to welcome Andrew Brust and Tony Baer as regular contributors. Monitor their posts in the data pipeline. AI has the potential to transform healthcare. From predicting the risk of terminal illnesses to developing new medicines, companies …

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Revolutionary-era rape narrative painfully relevant today

Bedlow’s defense team accuses Lanah of “screaming rape” to protect her character from defamation. Her six lawyers admit a seduction took place but maintain that Lanah consented, then later regretted her decision. They continue to slander her through hours of grueling court testimony for daring to associate with a man …

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What taxpayers need to know

Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter has one full-time veterinarian, one veterinary technician and six full-time animal control officers. It’s not enough, said shelter manager Heidi Williams. “We desperately need more vet assistants. We have a vet who performs thousands of surgeries and medical procedures every year and we don’t …

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New Covid-19 test can identify all variants

Researchers at the University of Texas (UT) Southwest have created a rapid Covid-19 test that can identify different variants of the coronavirus in as little as four hours. The researchers hope doctors will be able to use their test, called CoVarScan, to tailor Covid-19 treatments to patients based on which …

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Review: “Picasso’s War: How Modern Art Came to America”, by Hugh Eakin

Here we meet two other intriguing protagonists: legendary art dealers Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler and Paul Rosenberg. Kahnweiler and Rosenberg were both married Jewish gallery owners in Paris, vying for Picasso’s favors and trying to escape the rising tide of anti-Semitism in French society. At first they did most of their business …

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The veterinary healthcare market will reach USD 39 trillion by the end of 2028 growing at a CAGR of 5.4%

BANGALORE, India, July 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Veterinary health market is segmented by Type (Medicines, Vaccines, Others), by Application (Companion Animals, Farm Animals): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2022-2028. It is published in Appreciate the reports under the Animal products and services Category. The size of the global veterinary care …

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10 scientists elected leaders of the ASBMB

Members of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology elected several new officers. Three members of the Board of Directors were re-elected. There is a new secretary. And the nominations committee and the publications committee have new members. Advice The ASBMB Board serves as an advisory board to the …

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Zhibing Zhang Lab wins $2.4 million from National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to fight male infertility

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Wayne State University School of Medicine faculty member Zhibing Zhang, MD, Ph.D., a new grant of $2,401,671 over five years to study defects in small organelles called eyelashes which can lead to infertility and other disorders. Dr. Zhang, associate professor of physiology and …

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2022-07-13 | NDAQ:AVRO | Press release

AVR-RD-05 is the fourth AVROBIO gene therapy to receive orphan drug designation The FDA previously granted Rare Pediatric Disease Designation to AVR-RD-05 AVROBIO, Inc. (Nasdaq: AVRO), a leading clinical-stage gene therapy company with a common goal of freeing people from a lifetime of genetic disease, today announced that the Food …

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ASRS 2022 will highlight new therapies and care trends for retina specialists

The American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) will hold its 40th Annual Scientific Meeting in New York, New York, July 13-16, 2022. Among sessions on new therapies in retinal care, latest technologies in ophthalmology and educational courses, the results of the Preferences and Trends Survey (PAT) and the Global Trends …

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Khalied Kaskar PhD joins Ovation Fertility as a lab

Nashville, July 12 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Khalied Kaskar, PhD, HCLD has joined Ovation® Fertility as Laboratory Manager for IVF labs in Austin and San Antonio as well as Andrology labs in New Braunfels, Round Rock and South Austin . This lab director’s extensive experience in assisted reproductive technology …

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Veterinary Drug Consumption Market Size, Share and Forecast to 2028 | Boehringer Ingelheim, Zoetis, Elanco Animal Health, Bayer Animal Health, Merck Animal Health

New Jersey, United States,- The world Veterinary Drug Consumption Market Market Research Intellect’s research contains all the market definitions, classifications, segments, applications, engagements, and trends a user needs to succeed in the global Veterinary Drug Consumption market. In order to define the definition, categorization, procedures, and market interactions for the …

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Genetron Health receives CE Ma

BEIJING, June 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Genetron Holdings Limited (“Genetron Health” or the “Company”, GTH), a leading precision oncology platform company in China that specializes in providing molecular profiling, early cancer screening products and development of companion diagnostics, announced today that it has obtained CE Mark for its FusionScan …

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It Happened Here: Crowd Attacks Blacks in Wapato in 1938 | Past

A “miniature race war” directed against black people in the lower valley 84 years ago is a dark chapter in the history of Yakima Valley. One night in July, a mob targeted black residents and farm workers in Wapato, driving them away as they sought refuge from attacks. And like …

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Eye stimulation promises ‘remarkable’ treatment for depression and dementia

According to new research, electrical stimulation of the surface of the eye can alleviate depression-like symptoms and improve cognitive function in animal models. Researchers discover noninvasive eye stimulation for depression and dementia. Scientists have found that electrical stimulation of the surface of the eye can alleviate depression-like symptoms and improve …

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This week’s headlines, plus keynote from Fetch Kansas City Temple Grandin, PhD, MS

Happy Friday! Everyone here at dvm360® hopes you had a fantastic and safe holiday weekend, whether it’s hanging out with your pets or getting out and partying. As you got back to the heart of the matter during this work week, we continued to bring you the latest news in …

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Index finds half of MM and CLL patients in study had financial hardship

Financial hardship during treatment for multiple myeloma (MM) or chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was associated with lower levels of education, income below $60,000, and multiple comorbidities. Addressing the financial challenges of patients receiving treatment for blood cancers is a growing concern as the number and complexity of treatment regimens increase, …

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Coaching medical students to become physician-researchers

Dale Netski has taught at the College of Southern Nevada, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and now at UNLV’s Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine, earning the respect of a large and diverse group of students who have thrived in their education. and professional disciplines. So what does this Las Vegas …

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The ElleVet Project returns to Southern California, providing free pet care for the homeless – Daily News

Mr. Biggs checks things out at the Union Rescue Mission in Los Angeles Thursday, July 7, 2022. The ElleVet Project is on its 2022 rescue mission to provide free veterinary care, supplies to pets of the homeless shelter and street animals across California, New York, Massachusetts, Washington, Montana and Florida …

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Mayo Clinic Receives First-of-Its-Kind Accreditation for Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Diagnosis

Newswise – ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the Mayo Clinic, the academic testing arm of the Mayo Clinic Laboratories, has been accredited as a diagnostic site by the PCD Foundation. Mayo Clinic is the first and only center of excellence to receive PCD Foundation …

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CRISPR ‘soft’ may offer new fix for genetic defects

Restorative gene editing using sequences from the homologous chromosome: The standard CRISPR enzyme Cas9 offers the ability to perform repairs, but also potentially leads to unintended mutations (mutagenic events) at the targeted site and possibly elsewhere in the genome (at left). In contrast, the enzyme nickase results in more efficient …

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Zomedica Completes Acquisition of Veterinary Imaging Company Revo Squared

ANN ARBOR, MI/ACCESSWIRE/July 6, 2022/Zomedica Corp. (NYSE American: ZOM) (“Zomedica” or the “Company”), a veterinary health care company providing diagnostic and therapeutic products for companion animals, today announced that the acquisition of the assets of Revo Squared LLC ( “Revo”) was recently finalized. Revo’s innovative MicroView digital cytology platform will …

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harrison.ai and Sonic Healthcare join forces to launch “franklin.ai”, bringing artificial intelligence (AI) to pathology

franklin.ai aims to apply the latest methodologies in artificial intelligence (AI) to bring breakthrough AI tools in the hands of pathologists. SYDNEY, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — harrison.aithe clinician-led medical AI platform and Sonic Health care (ASX: SHL), the global leader in medical diagnostics, this week officially launched “franklin.ai,” a …

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Meeting of the Minds: Visiting International Neurotrauma Award Empowers Women ECR

You are the: July 06, 2022 The CCS Department of Neuroscience welcomes international visitor Tabitha Green for translational research in neurotrauma. Ms. Tabitha Green of the University of Colorado at Boulder received the competitive WiNTR-VISA (Women in Neurotrauma Research – Visiting International …

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Veterinary CT Scanner Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Veterinary CT Scanner Market The research report aims to provide a quick overview of the overall industry performance and important new trends. Important information, as well as conclusions, latest key drivers and constraints, are also described here. A wide range of quantitative and qualitative …

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Tata 1mg announces medical screening for 1,000 doctors across India

Tata 1mg recently announced free health checkups for over 1,000 doctors across India. The company is also commending 500 doctors in the month of July as part of a nationwide campaign to recognize and appreciate the contribution of doctors to India’s healthcare industry, the company said. “Doctors spread across various …

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Carrying the torch of Filipino cultural identity through the diaspora

The vanguard that strengthens the preservation of Filipino-American heritage At a time when globalization has succeeded in homogenizing the nations of the world, one finds the value of the preservation of its heritage intrinsic to the integrity of the national identity given the osmotic tendencies of the diasporas to acclimatize …

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Companion Animal Veterinary Drugs Market Demand and Future Scope with Russia-Ukraine Crisis Impact Analysis – Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH, Zoetis Animal Healthcare, Bayer AG, Merck Animal Health, Elanco Animal Health Inc., Virbac Group, Ceva, Dechra Pharmaceuticals Plc, Vetoquinol, Orion Corporation – Indian Defense News

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Veterinary medicine for pets covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). The Global Pet Veterinary Drug explores in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and global …

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Baricitinib for alopecia areata: patients starting treatment

Dermatologists, who recently celebrated US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of the world’s first oral systemic treatment for adults with severe alopecia (AA), are now considering the practical aspects of administration of the drug to eligible patients. On June 13, the FDA approved baricitinib, a Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitor …

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The Supreme Court turns back the clock in the United States

In 1982, dismayed by the march of liberalism and the expansion of government in the 1960s and 1970s, a group of law students and scholars from Harvard, Yale, and the University of Chicago founded the Federalist Society. Among them, Antonin Scalia, who would sit on the Supreme Court from 1986 …

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Monkeypox virus testing for 20 African Union Member States

by Emanuela Barbiroglio Alternately admired and vilified, bats are one of the most mysterious living mammals. Their nocturnal habits and unique adaptations mean that bat biology still holds many secrets. Bats may hold the key to understanding diabetes. When the pandemic began in 2020 and speculation began that a notorious …

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Strong interest in a career as a large animal veterinarian

New Strong interest in a career as a large animal veterinarian An extension educator says there continues to be a lot of interest in large animal veterinary studies. Dr. Joe Armstrong works at the University of Minnesota. “There is (a strong interest), and we have this strange juxtaposition where we …

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Current Status of Scientific Cameras Market and Future Outlook (2022-2029) – XIMIEA Gmbh, Vision Research Inc., Thorlabs, Teledyne Photometrics, PHOTONIC SCIENCE, PCO, Oxford Instruments, HORIBA, Hamamatsu, DSS Imagetech, Diffraction, Canon – Instant Interview

Global market research examines the performance of Scientific cameras 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the state of science cameras and the competitive landscape globally. Global Scientific Cameras can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Scientific Cameras business strategies, regional study and future …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Peterborough attending Frederick Douglass Community Reading

Published: 06/28/2022 20:46:19 Peterborough is one of 12 towns participating in the annual Frederick Douglass Community Reading of New Hampshire’s Black Heritage Trail on Friday, July 1 at noon, at Teixeira Park on Union Street. In “What is the 4th of July for the slave?” – otherwise known as “The …

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Basildon Veterinary Hospital will open this summer

A NEW state-of-the-art veterinary hospital – costing £16m – will open this summer as bosses say the project is moving forward The hospital is nearing completion and bosses are confident it will open in August to begin treating sick pets. It will provide one of the largest and best equipped …

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Chronic disease growth will drive the global lab-on-a-chip market size to USD 14,772 million by 2030 at a CAGR of 11.5%

Acumen Research and Consulting Acumen Research and Consulting recently published a report titled “Lab-on-a-Chip Market Size, Share, Analysis Report and Regional Forecast, 2022-2030” SEOUL, South Korea, June 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global Lab-on-a-chip market The size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.5% over the forecast …

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Animal shelter workers trained as veterinary assistants

WILSON, North Carolina Wilson County Animal Enforcement Officers have a new tool in their toolbox. Wilson County Animal Services Center manager Sgt. Rodney Harper and Adoption Coordinator Alyssa Whitney just became Certified Veterinary Assistants after completing a five-month program at Nash Community College. “Sending them was a good way to …

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COVID test results: Does a faint line mean you’re positive?

If you take a rapid home COVID-19 test and the line appears very faintly, does that mean you have COVID? Here’s what we know. Line definition: The short answer is yes. Omai Garner, associate clinical professor and director of clinical microbiology at UCLA Health, told the “Today” show that the …

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How the Christian Right Seized Judiciary and Changed America | Abortion

Jhe Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which struck down the constitutional abortion rights enjoyed by American women for the past 50 years, surprised many voters. A majority, after all, support reproductive rights and see their abolition as regressive and barbaric. Understood in the context of …

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Dorothy Louise (Jayes) Stewart Obituary

Dorothy Louise (Jayes) Stewart of Dennis Port died on June 22, 2022, after a valiant battle with primary peritoneal cancer. Born May 21, 1945 in Northampton, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of the late Frederick John Jayes and the late Grace Esther Ewing Jayes. She attended schools in Easthampton, Massachusetts, …

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Veterinary Vaccine Packaging Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Veterinary Vaccines Packaging market research report examines the market in detail over the anticipated period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects …

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virtual biomarkers: an emerging high-throughput research tool | Webinars

Thu Aug 11 2022 1:00 PM EDT ABOUT THIS WEBINAR Pathology underpins every facet of healthcare, influencing more than 70% of all medical decisions. It is used in every phase of preclinical and clinical drug development, in every tumor repository and biobank, and in a growing majority of standard and …

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MediciNova Announces Research Collaboration on MN-001 (tipelukast) with Juntendo University School of Medicine in Tokyo, Japan

MediciNova, Inc. LA JOLLA, Calif., June 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MediciNova, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company listed on the NASDAQ Global Market (Nasdaq: MNOV) and the JASDAQ Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (code number: 4875), today announced the initiation of a comprehensive research collaboration with Juntendo University, School of …

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Digital Veterinary Scales Market Trends, Growth, Demand, Opportunities, Scope and Forecast by 2030 – Instant Interview

The report presents the current scenario of the Digital Veterinary Scales Market, Market by Region, Production Facts, Market Segments, Key Players, Market Size Dynamics and Global Top 100 Manufacturers in Digital Veterinary Scales Market. The report details the expected demand with new models emerging in the market. The current market …

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Large UBH Pathology Lab to Change Regional Medical Landscape

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, columnistA MAJOR pathology laboratory is under construction at the United Hospitals of Bulawayo (UBH) in Bulawayo, the impact of which is expected to be felt in the south of the country through improved diagnostic services. Currently, UBH uses three rooms where diagnostic tests are performed. Authorities …

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CAPTION HEALTH LAUNCHES THE FIRST HOME ULTRASOUND SERVICE FOR HEART HEALTH: CAPTION CARE™

Caption Care creates echo access in partnership with Portamedic’s national mobile clinician network to improve heart health and reduce the cost of care BRISBANE, CA., June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Caption Health, the leader in AI that enables early disease detection, today unveiled Caption Care™: America’s first in-home cardiac wellness …

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Oxford BioDynamics Checkpoint Inhibitor Response Test (EpiSwitch® CiRT) Now Available in the UK

Oxford BioDynamics Plc (AIM: OBD, the Company), a biotechnology company developing precision medicine tests for immune health based on the EpiSwitch® 3D genomics platform, announced that its flagship clinical blood test for Checkpoint Inhibitor Response (CiRT) is now available to private physicians considering ICI therapy for their patients in the …

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Police identify 88-year-old man killed in possible robbery at Rolando veterinary clinic

SAN DIEGO- The 88-year-old man killed in an apparent burglary attempt last week was a beloved San Diego veterinarian who had cared for family pets for decades. Police identified the victim on Sunday as Clark Kelly, who was a veterinarian at the Boulevard Animal Clinic on El Cajon Boulevard in …

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Insufficient standard of care treatments to improve quality of life for patients with multiple myeloma

Patients with multiple myeloma frequently relapse and experience deterioration in their quality of life, according to results from the LocoMmotion study, which also reported that specific patient and disease characteristics are associated with poor efficacy outcomes . Based on LocoMmotion study results presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology …

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Davao City invests in health

Covid-19 Cluster Clinic (Photo by Davao City Information Office) Inauguration of the Mental Wellness Center for the Homeless (Photo by CIO) Los Amigos Molecular Laboratory (photo by IOC) Marilog District Hospital (Photo by CIO) In an effort to strengthen Davao City’s health care sector for its constituents, the city government, …

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