American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is pleased to announce its recommendation on the safety and efficacy of clarithromycin for use in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. In a focus piece published today in JAMA Network Open AAD irsays:There has been no value-driven suppressions of rheumatoid arthritis since 1998 a year that saw a 29 percent cut […]
Researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) are part of a national team that just reported findings suggesting that gene sets discovered in the liver of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) may provide insight into the diseases underlying biology. Our DNA (cellular genetic) is roughly the same in male and female mice Mattias Hermm […]
The West Virginia University Health System Charleston announced it will temporarily suspend pending protocols including those designed to provide better opportunities for physicians to practice the art of palliative care after a second COVID-19 patient from Golisano died.
In a first-of-its-kind study Saint Louis University researchers hope to help make IVF a success by transferring embryos to adolescents. It is a non-surgical procedure that offers even more promise than in its traditional use. According to the non-surgical technique embryos transferred without surgery will implant into the mothers uterus and then slowly develop into […]
A novel type of complex cell that normally works in support of normal respiration known as osseointendothelial cells may now also be activated and recruited to the lungs during COVID-19 offering new hope for neurodegenerative diseases. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell in the tissues of the lungs many of which are large […]
New Brunswick N. J. April 30 2019 Researchers at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have identified a major need for greater knowledge about the association between probiotic and pathogen exposures and human disease outcomes a systematic review and meta-analysis was recently published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. The researchers found that risk of […]
Tuberculosis (TB) is a major health problem in our planet; one of the most common causes of death in a host and even in the developed countries. However currently the main approach to treat TB is through soft needle viral immunotherapy. Anti-TB drugs therefore require very close monitoring and compliance with rigorous treatment protocols and […]
A new test to detect several early signs of Parkinsons disease in people early on could increase peoples chances of survival if given the right drug at the right time during the diseases early stages. Parkinsons disease is the most common form of dementia in the developed world affecting about one in 100000 people aged […]
Australian scientists have made a major breakthrough that could produce very rare genetic biomarkers to use in clinical trials for the novel coronavirus. The scientists have developed a new process today (Tuesday April 21) that quickly builds a tests intrinsic limits.
An app designed to help parents deal with their crying babys condition known as an oxygen deficiency is helping tens of thousands of women to avoid serious injuries and unnecessary surgeries according to a new major review. This app designed by UC Davis neurologist Danica Carey and released recently by The Lancet will allow parents […]