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Can donating blood harm your health? Here’s what a new study has revealed.

Many people donate blood regularly, but it drastically depletes their iron stores, which can take months to fully replenish, raising concerns that donors are living “on the brink of anemia”, writes Brittany Trang for STAT. How donating blood can impact iron levels According to Trang, one question that “has plagued …

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Inertial sensors show promise in helping vets detect lameness

Correct adjustment of the Lameness Detector 0.1 system with adjustable straps to the horse’s pasterns. Image: Crécan et al https://doi.org/10.3390/s22187082 An affordable and easy-to-use wireless device that uses four inertial sensors to detect lameness in horses is one step closer after researchers complete a preliminary study. The system has proven …

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Emily Whitten: Beginning with Evolution

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Tuesday, September 20. Good morning! This is The world and all in it of WORLD Radio supported by the listeners. I am Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Next, evolution. Many people may not realize the far-reaching effect that Darwinian theory of …

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Algerian pharmaceutical boom: A step towards health and food security

**In a few decades, Algeria has become one of the leading pharmaceutical producers in Africa. More than 2.5 billion euros worth of medicines were produced last year. Some 200 production units cover almost 70% of the country’s generic needs, and this self-sufficiency is good news for the country and the …

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7 Reasons You Should Never Skip Your Dog’s Annual Vet Visit

Your dog depends on you for many things: food, water, walks and affection, to name a few. But perhaps more importantly, they rely on you for health care, and that includes regular visits to the vet. “A year in the life of a dog can be equivalent to five to …

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Help Parkview, hypocritical politicians, “Teflon Trump”, vocal women | Letters

Grateful for the guidance through the maze of Parkview I had the best experience at Parkview Hospital on Carew Street recently. I needed to do a flower delivery (in ortho/rehab I believe) and I followed my GPS to an obscure entrance. Not knowing the building, I had no idea where …

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Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Laboratory Receives ‘Unprecedented’ Results in Recent Accreditation > United States Navy > News-Stories

“CAP accreditation is mandatory and non-negotiable,” said NMCCL director of clinical pathology, U.S. Navy Commander Reynaldo Gomez. “Receiving accreditation shows that you excel in laboratory medicine, using good practices and policies that are respected and anticipated in the industry.” The CAP program is widely recognized worldwide as the benchmark for …

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Waste no time in your continuing education this fall!

Speciality: Dermatology Webcast: Prevention of chronic proliferative otitis, not surgery! Date hour : September 29 at 7:00 PM EST Sponsor: Nextmune ON-DEMAND WEBINARS Missed last month’s live webinars? These are available on demand via dvm360 Flex™ Speciality: Internal Medicine Webcast: Urinary Culture Shock! – Updates on diagnosis and treatment of …

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ESC updates guidelines for ventricular arrhythmia, sudden death

The new European Society of Cardiology (ESC) guidelines for the management of patients with ventricular arrhythmias and the prevention of sudden cardiac death contain a variety of updates since the 2015 edition – including 140 new recommendations and 20 modified recommendations, and now charts and algorithms for managing patients with …

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Best practices for preventing advanced BCC and the importance of multidisciplinary teams

Sherrif F. Ibrahim, MD, PhD: For a small subset of basal cell cancers, for some reason – maybe it’s a delayed diagnosis, maybe it’s a more aggressive basal cell cancer that has come back after the primary treatment – some of them progress to what we call a locally advanced …

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Collaborate with academia for drug discovery targeting immune-mediated diseases

By George Vratsanos, MD, and Luke Devey, MD, Ph.D., Janssen Immunology There are many critical decisions to be made in early-stage drug development, which must be informed by in-depth knowledge of disease biology. With the rapid advances in medical science, it is important to recognize that all of the expertise …

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Can sustainable initiatives benefit your team’s mental health as well as the environment?

Sustainability in its truest sense is much more than just an environmental issue. It is also about the sustainability of professions and individual businesses. A truly sustainable business has good team retention and the individuals on the team thrive on the positive team environment. The role of senior management in …

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PLU Biology Professor Amy Siegesmund Receives National Teaching Award | New

“In addition to being a great instructor for our students, Amy inspires better teaching in her colleagues and as a result, her peers in our department have also become better educators,” Smith continued. “She is the epitome of what a great teacher should be.” ASM, one of the largest life …

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USask team plans unique facility to develop and test alternative fish feeds – News

“Protein is by far the #1 ingredient that determines the growth rate of fish,” said Dr. Lynn Weber (PhD), professor of veterinary biomedical sciences at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at USask and co-lead of the project. “It’s the #1 cost of feed, and feed is the #1 cost …

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Biden touts cancer ‘moonshot’ at JFK Library, but challenges remain

BOSTON — Drawing on the symbolism of President John F. Kennedy’s ambitious effort to land a man on the moon, President Biden on Monday sought to inject new momentum into his own “cancer moonshot” initiative, aimed at reducing the death toll in the United States from the disease will halve …

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Exercise hormone stops Parkinson’s disease symptoms in mouse study

Newswise – Researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston have shown that a hormone secreted into the blood during endurance, or aerobic, exercise lowers levels of a protein linked to Parkinson’s disease and stops movement problems in mice. Parkinson’s disease, a neurological disease that …

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Give GPs problems to solve, not campaign promises

It’s not about money, profit or territory. This is to ensure we don’t conduct experiments – like the North Queensland Pharmacy Trial – that could have lifelong consequences. In the 1990s I worked for the Medical Board of Queensland. There was one occasion when a case I was handling ended …

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Fear of Muslims is the biggest effect of 9/11 on American society: American scholar

TEHRAN (IQNA) — An American academic names the “fear of Muslims” one of the biggest changes in American society after the September 11 attacks. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 not only caused major changes in the foreign policy and international relations of the United States, but also led …

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Police hand over 2 vets for harassing dog owner – Breaking News – The Nation

ISLAMABAD — Kohsar Police have booked two vets along with 12 staff members for harassing and threatening a female dog owner. The dog had died during treatment at a clinic here in the capital, sources said on Saturday.The two named accused vets have been identified as Dr Dewan and …

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Healing touch: innovation and investment take traditional medicine systems to the next level

There has been a resurgence of interest in traditional systems of medicine in India, both in terms of innovation and investment. At the inaugural session of the Ayush Global Investment and Innovation Summit held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat earlier this year, the Center announced several initiatives targeting this sector, including to …

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The Fiji Times » Animal welfare and safety

Accidents happen despite our best efforts, but there are things we can do to prevent certain health emergencies in our animals. Practice prevention It should become second nature to you, your family and your pets. First aid is the things you can do to lessen the bad things that can …

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CRP can flag patients at risk for post-stroke delirium

Adding serum C-reactive protein (CRP) assessment to other clinical predictors may help identify patients who will experience delirium after stroke, new research has found. Analysis of data from over 450 participants in the Polish Prospective Observational Delirium Study (PROPOLIS), who were admitted to hospital for stroke or transient ischemic attack …

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Dr. Connie Eaves receives Till & McCulloch Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Connie Eaves, a professor in the Department of Medical Genetics at UBC School of Medicine, received the Till and McCulloch Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her pivotal contributions to the field of stem cell research and his dedication to training the next generation of scientists. Dr. Connie Eaves …

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Turn to creative planning for hiring and retention, social media for recruiting

Creative planning can be a powerful tool for hiring and retention practices for veterinarians and other staff, while social media can be a way to showcase a practice to help recruit potential employees. Dr. Tannetje’ Crocker spoke about “Creative Scheduling in Your Practice” on July 30 at the 2022 AVMA …

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Launch of the next phase of the CAELUS project to develop the first network of medical delivery drones in the UK – sUAS News – The Business of Drones

AGS Airports is leading a consortium including NHS Scotland for an innovative project A consortium led by AGS Airports in partnership with NHS Scotland to provide what will be the first medical distribution network in the UK using drones has launched its next phase. CAELUS (Care & Equity – Healthcare …

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CIC expands veterinary care business with acquisition of Asiavet Lifesence

CIC Holdings PLC has acquired Asiavet Lifesence Ltd., a company specializing in the import of veterinary products. The acquisition will further strengthen CIC’s position as a leading specialist in providing internationally recognized veterinary care products for the poultry industry as well as a range of companion animal …

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Biden visits 2 swing states as critical midterm time begins

Comment this story Comment WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is making his third trip to Pennsylvania in less than a week, returning only two days after his predecessor, Donald Trump, held his own rally there — illustrating the importance of State of the battlefield for both sides as Labor Day …

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Sampling to increase, soon new FSDA labs in 12 divisions

LUCKNOW: Sampling and testing of food and drug products in the state would soon be increased. Construction of Food Safety and Drug Administration (FSDA) laboratories was underway in 12 divisions at a cost of ₹934 crore, a state government press release said. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered the FSDA …

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New study challenges widely held beliefs about Alzheimer’s disease

A new study challenges the dogma behind drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease. The study found that as Alzheimer’s disease progresses, brain levels of enzymes that regulate DNA folding decline. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, McGill University and Harvard University found that, contrary to previous research, levels of brain enzymes …

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Invest in a veterinary business (1)

Pets are part of the family in most households around the world. In Nigeria, pets like dog are a major companion and it is kept for various reasons ranging from security, breeding business and sports. Among these reasons, security has gained ground in recent times due to the high incidence …

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This medal marks Yale’s bicentennial; what is it worth? Today’s Collectibles

This month’s collectibles represent the various courses our lives can take, from a Yale University medal by Tiffany & Company, to a nursing degree buckle, to cash. stylish from the Civil War. We have also received requests for a beautiful still life and an oak lawyer’s desk. Oil painting This …

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Regional Richmond-Petersburg coalition, including VCU, awarded $53 million in regional Build Back Better Challenge – VCU News

By VCU News Staff The United States Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration Friday announced that a coalition of public and private sector actors in the Richmond-Petersburg area, including Virginia Commonwealth University, will receive nearly $53 million as one of 21 winners of the national competition. Regional Build Back Better …

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Preparing Veterinary Hospitals for Greatness with DEI Initiatives

Shandell Maxwell, PhD, shares her experience as a black person in the veterinary industry Shandell Maxwell, PhD, didn’t grow up in a family that took animals to the vet. “If Cuddles got sick, Cuddles would ‘run away’ because we weren’t taking Cuddles to an animal hospital. a norm in the …

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Study provides a comprehensive view of the genomics of all childhood ALL subtypes

Scientists have created a roadmap of genetic mutations present in the most common childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital study is the first to provide a comprehensive view of the genomics of all ALL subtypes. The work serves as a fundamental guide for physicians …

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Prominent doctor faces backlash amid ‘struggle at heart of public health’

More than 600 people in the public health field signed a letter to the association last month urging it to uninvite Dr. Leana Wen, professor of public health at George Washington University, CNN medical analyst, and columnist for the Washington Post. The letter says Wen used his media and social …

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High demand, staff shortage leading to burnout of veterinarians

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — Vets across the country are struggling to keep up with demand. With more pet adoptions, the need for care has increased since the pandemic, as the industry experiences a higher turnover rate. Recent data shows that these factors are causing burnout among veterinary teams in a …

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Long before Salman Rushdie’s ‘The Satanic Verses’, India was boiling over another ‘blasphemous’ book

In December 1932, four young people gathered in Lucknow to publish a small book, a first anthology of its kind in Urdu. Composed of nine short stories and a play, Angarey (meaning “living embers”) sparked public anger bordering on mass hysteria, making the outcry over later banned books pale in …

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UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson Welcomes New Division Head of Pediatric Surgery

Ken Liechty, MDwas appointed head of the pediatric surgery division at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucsonit is Department of Surgeryas well as director of fetal medicine at Banner – Academic Medicine and Chief Surgeon of Banner Children’s at Diamond Children’s Medical Center. “I am thrilled to …

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Northeast Nebraska Veterinary Clinic is doing its part to limit the stray cat population

MADISON, Neb. (KTIV) – The Madison County Veterinary Clinic in Madison Nebraska is doing its part to limit the population of stray cats. The Barn Cat program is designed for outdoor and feral cats to be neutered. Every Thursday, they see about thirty cats that they repair at a reduced …

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Western Carolina University – Faculty Use Dissection to Improve Anatomy Teaching and Collaboration

WCU Stories August 29, 2022 By Tom Lotshaw Physical therapy professor Doug Keskula (right) and associate professor of speech therapy Leigh Odom traveled from WCU to Canada this summer for a dissection workshop to explore human anatomy together. It wasn’t the usual academic partnership when physical therapy professor Doug Keskula …

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On This Day in History – August 29 – Almanac

1/3 License picture” alt=”The Jax Brewery rooftop in the French Quarter sits on the street August 30 after Hurricane Ida hit the city of New Orleans on August 29, 2021. File Photo by AJ Sisco/UPI | License picture“/> The rooftop of the Jax Brewery in the French Quarter sits on …

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Discovery of genetic root of son’s autism gives Calgary family hope for a cure

A Calgary family has discovered that a rare genetic mutation is causing their son’s severe autism, and now they’re hoping that discovery could lead to a cure. Mousumee Dutta and Ian Holloway have learned that a rare genetic mutation is to blame for their son’s condition. Ishaan Holloway, 17, has …

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VMD Training: Introduction to the Wholesale Veterinary Qualified Person (WQP)

VMD is hosting an online training course on October 18-19, 2022 outlining the role and responsibilities of the Wholesale Qualified Person (WQP) and legislative requirements for wholesale distribution. Hosted by VMD’s highly experienced inspectors, the event will feature a mix of lectures, discussions and hands-on activities. Attendees will have the …

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Steuben Society Marks First Day of School in New Braunfels | Community alert

Colorful paper shaped into large cones decorated and stuffed with candy, snacks and school supplies – topped with a stuffed animal – was handed out to first-graders concluding their first day of school on Wednesday. It’s all part of a German tradition known as Schultüte – a rite of passage …

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NIH-funded pediatric COVID-19 testing study finds school-aged children can self-swab

Press release Friday, August 26, 2022 Nasal swab samples collected by children on par with swabs collected by health workers. A new study that could have immediate implications for COVID-19 testing in schools has found that with age-appropriate instructions, school-aged children can successfully use a nasal swab to obtain their …

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Livestock farmers should have better access to painkillers

Numnuts founder Robin Smith holds a Numnuts applicator. The Therapeutic Goods Administration has backed wider access to lamb and calf pain relief products lidocaine and oral transmucosal meloxicam, rejecting appeal arguments from the Australian Veterinary Association. However, the AVA intends to continue its fight to make the formulations – marketed …

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MedTech Healthcare Information Technology Global Competitive Landscape Report

Dublin, Aug. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global MedTech Healthcare IT Industry Competitive Landscape report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report incorporates an in-depth analysis of the medical technology market and its competitive landscape till 2021. Major players, competitive intelligence, innovative technologies and company profiles are …

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Calvin Theater sued for copyright infringement

NORTHAMPTON – An association representing songwriters, composers and music publishers says it has taken legal action against the Calvin Theater for “unauthorized public performance of its members’ copyrighted musical works “. In an announcement on Tuesday, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers said it was taking legal action …

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Scientists have discovered how to effectively extract silver

Chemists from the Urals Federal University (UrFU) have discovered the best sorbent (based on amino polymers) to extract silver from solutions. It makes it possible to selectively extract the precious metal, even if its concentration in the solutions is negligible. The new sorbent will not only simplify the extraction of …

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National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day – What You Need to Know About Cat Veterinary Needs – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day is a celebration launched by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) to highlight the fact that our cats often receive far less veterinary care than our dogs. Every year, Take Your Cat to the Vet Day falls on August 22. Tom …

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10-year follow-up results of leukocyte interleukin injection are promising in locally advanced primary SCCHN

A reading of long-term data from the Phase 3 IT-MATTERS trial highlighted the potential of leukocyte interleukin injection as a treatment for patients with locally advanced primary squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. neck, oral cavity and soft palate. Long-term follow-up data demonstrated the promise of leukocyte interleukin …

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Uterine factors modify the association between depth of embryo transfer and clinical pregnancy

Study subjects The retrospective analysis was performed on patients who underwent IVF treatment/intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and fresh embryo transfer at Chenggong Affiliated Hospital of Xiamen University between January 2013 and December 2015. Institutional review board approval for this retrospective study was obtained from the Ethical Committee of the Medical …

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Faridabad: PM to open mega hospital with high-tech centralized automated lab

A new 2,600-bed private hospital equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including a fully automated centralized laboratory, patient-centric services and OPDs, and built on a sprawling 130-acre campus with sustainability in mind, is on about to be opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here next. The state-of-the-art Amrita …

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Lancing College students celebrate A-level results day

Lancing College runs an outstanding biomedical and veterinary preparation program The college said this was achieved in the face of the pandemic disrupting studies nationwide, which is a testament to the hard work and resilience of Lancing’s exceptional students and credit for the dedicated support of all staff. , which …

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Arctic microbes observed more closely by Ilisagvik students thanks to research grant

Ilisagvik College recently received a second grant from the National Science Foundation Tribal Colleges and University Program (NSF-TCUP) for work on microbes in the arctic tundra. The $200,000 grant over two years supports student research on the varieties and concentrations of microbes in permafrost, soil and nuna (tundra) vegetation around …

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“Anarchic” vaccination or clinical trials?

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Vaccination against monkeypox can complement other public health measures aimed at containing the current outbreak in non-endemic countries. However, when it comes to the need to get vaccinated now, we need to “calm down”, according to officials and experts at a meeting hosted by Argentina’s health …

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Veterinary Diagnostic Test Kits Market Growth Reports: Key Players Assess by CAGR, Future Strategic Planning and Forecast to 2030 | Cenogenesis, Thermo Fisher Scientific

The veterinary diagnostic test kits market The report includes a detailed analysis of current market conditions, market players, regions, types and applications. The report provides a detailed assessment of growth factors, market definitions, manufacturers, market potential, and influential trends to understand future demand and prospects for the industry. The research …

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Datasets and ‘reverse’ research advance Alzheimer’s disease

Doctors diagnose 10 million new cases of dementia every year, and that number is expected to triple by 2050. Dementia is most commonly caused by Alzheimer’s disease, and research has made little progress in battling it for over of a century. Now, using cutting-edge bioinformatics and computational biology, researchers at …

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Real data links rosuvastatin to adverse kidney effects

According to a study published online July 19 in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Jung-Im Shin, MD, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, and colleagues used anonymized electronic health record data and analyzed 152,101 new rosuvastatin users and 795,799 new atorvastatin users …

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Carriage horse Ryder is quietly out of New York for veterinary care, dog handlers won’t say where he is

Ryder, the carriage horse whose collapse in the middle of a Hell’s Kitchen street reignited calls to ban the controversial industry from Manhattan, has been quietly removed from New York for veterinary care, his handlers have confirmed . A spokesperson for Transport Workers Union Local 100 – which represents horse-drawn …

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Why babies with Down syndrome have heart and lung problems

A study from the University of Medicine and Health Sciences RCSI has provided insight into changes in heart function and blood pressure in the lungs of babies born with Down syndrome. Heart and lung conditions are common in babies born with Down syndrome and can contribute to the need for …

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Lagos government takes steps to strengthen veterinary services

Lagos State Commissioner for Agriculture, Abisola Olusanya has revealed that the government is in the process of recruiting more vets to address the current shortage in delivering vet services to livestock across the state. According to a statement on Monday, the commissioner said so at the South West Veterinary Service …

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Canakinumab does not improve SSM in patients with NSCLC

The CANOPY-A phase study did not achieve its primary objective of improving disease-free survival in patients with completely resected stage II to IIIA and IIIB non-small cell lung cancer. The Phase 3 CANOPY-A trial (NCT03447769) did not meet its primary endpoint of disease-free survival (DFS) versus placebo, according to Novartis. …

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Should Americans be Christians? An excerpt from “The Religion of American Greatness” by Paul D. Miller

The following excerpt is taken from The Religion of American Greatness by Paul D. Miller. Copyright (c) 2022 by Paul D. Miller. Used with permission from InterVarsity Press. www.ivpress.com American Christians have long fused their religious faith with American identity. In the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, Americans regularly described …

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Misdiagnosis is not an offense – prof UITH, Mokuolu

National Malaria Technical Director and Professor of Paediatrics at University of Ilorin and University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Kwara State, Prof. Olugbenga Mokuolu talks to LARA ADEJORO about misdiagnoses and how to prevent them What is a misdiagnosis? A misdiagnosis, as the name suggests, is a diagnosis that has been …

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Irish vet celebrated at event in Galway

MEP Maria Walsh with renowned author and animal welfare expert Dr Temple Grandin and Dr Orla Flynn ATU. Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy MEP Maria Walsh officially opened the two-day Aleen Cust Centenary Conference at Mountbellew Agricultural College this week. The event celebrated the life of one of Ireland’s greatest unsung heroes and …

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Assessment of lower limb swelling in a patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

A 36-year-old woman with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) presented with a painful, enlarged mass in the right lower limb prompting imaging. Here we present a case report of a rare complication and unique treatment option of a large right anterior tibial artery pseudoaneurysm caused by repetitive strain injury in a patient …

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Plus Therapeutics presents ongoing positive data

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Plus Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: PSTV) (the “Company”), a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company developing innovative, targeted radiation therapies for rare and difficult-to-treat diseases cancers, yesterday presented positive data from two ongoing clinical trials of its lead investigational drug, Rhenium-186 Nanoliposome (186RNL), in the treatment …

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Danbury Health Center expands to serve more patients and train ‘next generation’ of providers

DANBURY — The Connecticut Institute for Communities has expanded its health center, with additional space for dentistry, pediatrics and other care. The new wing of the building at 120 Main Street is approximately 8,500 square feet and includes three new dental operating rooms, a new family practice room, eight additional …

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DVIDS – News – Civil Affairs Veterinarian participates in Exercise Shared Accord 22′ in South Africa

More than 75% of Africans depend on agriculture for their livelihood. Most of it is livestock like chickens, cattle, goats, sheep, camels and donkeys. Without proper medical care, many of these animals will suffer from treatable illnesses. The same goes for pets such as dogs and cats. For military veterinarians …

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Portable diagnostic device deployed in sub-Saharan Africa to identify cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma

A portable diagnostic device designed by researchers at Cornell Engineering and Weill Cornell Medicine has been deployed in clinical trials in Uganda to identify cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma, a common but difficult to detect cancer that often signals the presence of a HIV infection. Now, thanks to a $4 million …

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La Roche-Posay and the American Cancer Society announce a partnership to improve the quality of life of patients and caregivers

NEW YORK, August 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Since 1905, La Roche-Posay has been committed to improving the quality of life for people suffering from skin conditions at the Center Thermal de La Roche-Posay in France as well as through oncology initiatives globally. Today, La Roche-Posay US is proud to announce …

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Researchers create the most realistic computer models of brain cells

Summary: The researchers claim to have created the most biorealistic and complex computer models of individual brain cells. Source: Cedars of Sinai Cedars-Sinai researchers have created the most biorealistic and complex computer models of individual brain cells, in unparalleled quantities. Their research, published today in the peer-reviewed journal Cell reportsdetails …

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Veterinary Vaccines Packaging Market Size, Scope, Revenue, Opportunities and Growth by 2028 – Shanghaiist

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research recently released a new report titled veterinary vaccine packaging market Overviews, Size, Forecast to 2028. The report is prepared using primary as well as secondary research methodologies that provide precise and concise understanding of the Veterinary Vaccine Packaging market. Analysts have used …

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Deep dive into biotechnology: As part of Metabolon’s biomarker testing agreement with Mayo Clinic

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Metabolon, based in Morrisville, will collaborate with the Mayo Clinic to develop new metabolomic biomarkers to detect various diseases. Under a joint development agreement announced this week, Metabolon will analyze clinical samples from Mayo Clinic patients for disease biomarkers that Mayo will use in new diagnostic …

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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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