A Qualitative Analysis of General Emergency Medicine Providers' Perceptions on Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine

A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENERAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE PROVIDERS' PERCEPTIONS ON PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY TELEMEDICINE

Objective Most children in the United States are evaluated in general emergency departments , which are staffed by practitioners who...

Experimental Drug For Liver Disease NASH Awaiting FDA Approval

EXPERIMENTAL DRUG FOR LIVER DISEASE NASH AWAITING FDA APPROVAL

Global clinical trial designed in collaboration with VCU successfully tested a drug therapy to treat NASH, a chronic liver disease...

 
 
 
Cutting air pollution brings health benefits 'within WEEKS'

CUTTING AIR POLLUTION BRINGS HEALTH BENEFITS 'WITHIN WEEKS'

Research by the American Thoracic Society found when factories or roads were closed in populated areas such as the Atlanta, Georgia,...

Transitions of Care: The Presence of Written Interfacility Transfer Guidelines and Agreements for Pediatric Patients

TRANSITIONS OF CARE: THE PRESENCE OF WRITTEN INTERFACILITY TRANSFER GUIDELINES AND AGREEMENTS FOR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS

Objective Every year, emergency medical services agencies transport approximately 150,000 pediatric patients between hospitals. During...

 
 
 
Lower Extremity Fractures in Hospitalized Pediatric Patients Following Road Traffic Accidents

LOWER EXTREMITY FRACTURES IN HOSPITALIZED PEDIATRIC PATIENTS FOLLOWING ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS

Lower extremity fractures caused by road traffic accidents can result in significant morbidity and account for a substantial part of...

Los Angeles considers shuttering celebrity favorite hookah lounges

LOS ANGELES CONSIDERS SHUTTERING CELEBRITY FAVORITE HOOKAH LOUNGES

The ban, to be discussed by the city council's Health Committee hearing today, is a bid to curb tobacco use among teenagers, as data...

 
 
 
Wrap All Your BFF's Gifts With This Golden Girls Wrapping Paper

WRAP ALL YOUR BFF'S GIFTS WITH THIS GOLDEN GIRLS WRAPPING PAPER

Thank her for being a friend with this glorious Golden Girls wrapping paper Is there any better theme for life-long friendship than...

30+ Popular And Classic French Last Names That Scream ‘Ooh La La'

30+ POPULAR AND CLASSIC FRENCH LAST NAMES THAT SCREAM ‘OOH LA LA'

Last names are great bridges between a family's past and present. Like the country they stem from, French last names have a certain...

 
 
 
Popular Diabetes Drug May Contain a Carcinogen

POPULAR DIABETES DRUG MAY CONTAIN A CARCINOGEN

More than 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and 90 to 95% are type 2, the CDC says, and metformin is the fourth-most prescribed...

Black tar heroin blamed after flesh-eating bacteria kills seven people in San Diego 

BLACK TAR HEROIN BLAMED AFTER FLESH-EATING BACTERIA KILLS SEVEN PEOPLE IN SAN DIEGO 

Health officials from San Diego County say nine people were hospitalized with myonecrosis, a life-threatening bacterial infection,...

 
 
 
Fasting for 14 hours a day may cut risks for diabetes, heart disease

FASTING FOR 14 HOURS A DAY MAY CUT RISKS FOR DIABETES, HEART DISEASE

University of California, San Diego, researchers put 19 people at risk for the three chronic disease on a schedule that let them eat...

8 Things We Can Learn From the Carnivore Movement

8 THINGS WE CAN LEARN FROM THE CARNIVORE MOVEMENT

A few years ago, I wrote a post describing all the things that avowed Primal eaters can learn from plant-based or even vegan dieters....

 
 
 
8 Little Things You Can Do To Help Manage Your Holiday Stress

8 LITTLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP MANAGE YOUR HOLIDAY STRESS

How do you enjoy the holiday season when you're exhausted and stressed out? Therapists share simple tips to help you cope.

Just half an hour of brisk walking every day could reduce the risk of diabetes

JUST HALF AN HOUR OF BRISK WALKING EVERY DAY COULD REDUCE THE RISK OF DIABETES

A new study from the University of Copenhagen found that activities such as brisk walking or gardening secreted a hormone that suppressed...

 
 
 
ABC article paints grim picture of climate change effects on plants and how's it changed in past decade

ABC ARTICLE PAINTS GRIM PICTURE OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON PLANTS AND HOW'S IT CHANGED IN PAST DECADE

The American Botanical Council has brought the climate crisis question full circle, with a new article that resists some of the findings...

New drug may REVERSE dementia, study suggests

NEW DRUG MAY REVERSE DEMENTIA, STUDY SUGGESTS

Scientists in at UC Berkeley and Gen-Gurion University of the Negev discovered that albumin seeps through leaky blood-brain barriers...

 
 
 
More FSMPs to come: Nestlé Health Science China opens new product innovation centre

MORE FSMPS TO COME: NESTLÉ HEALTH SCIENCE CHINA OPENS NEW PRODUCT INNOVATION CENTRE

Nestlà Health Science China has officially inaugurated its product innovation centre in Taizhou, Jiangsu province, to beef up the firmâs...

"Sleigh the Holiday" Is Just Like It Sounds: Structured Workouts For the Busiest Time of Year

"SLEIGH THE HOLIDAY" IS JUST LIKE IT SOUNDS: STRUCTURED WORKOUTS FOR THE BUSIEST TIME OF YEAR

The holiday season means family reunions, last-minute gift shopping , and Winter woes. It's all very exciting and very. .. tiring,...

 
 
 
Scientists develop a 'monthly' birth control that slowly releases doses

SCIENTISTS DEVELOP A 'MONTHLY' BIRTH CONTROL THAT SLOWLY RELEASES DOSES

Nearly 65 percent of women on birth control choose the pill in the US. Soon, they may only need to take it once a month, instead of...

Surprising study finds people who were under 'mild stress' as children live LONGER

SURPRISING STUDY FINDS PEOPLE WHO WERE UNDER 'MILD STRESS' AS CHILDREN LIVE LONGER

A new study from the University of Michigan has found that roundworms that produced more radical molecules early in development lived...

 
 
 




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