Health News Archive - February 11, 2010
The first of a series of reports, the ACSS has collected a number of stories which demonstrates how evidence-based research can be translated into policies that will improve everyone's wellbeing.
BURLINGTON, Mass., Feb.
Racial gaps exist in womenâ€™s heart-health awareness, womenâ€™s knowledge of heart attack warning signs requires attention and nearly half of women report they would not call 9-1-1 if they were having heart attack symptoms.
TUSTIN, Calif., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Peregrine Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Savings are estimated in the hundreds of billions of dollars when all of health care moves to automation and standardization; A watershed development comparable to what ATMs did for banking, the initiative has broad support among New Jersey physician organizations TRENTON, N.J., Feb.
University of Adelaide researchers in Australia are finding new ways to block the movement of cells in the body which can cause autoimmune diseases and the spread of cancer.
A team of scientists, led by a virologist from the University of California, San Diego's Center for AID Research (CFAR), has discovered the origin of strains of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) among men who have sex with men.
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., Feb.
Acquired prosopagnosia reveals what is special about normal face recognition.
Stuttering may be the result of a glitch in the day-to-day process by which cellular components in key regions of the brain are broken down and recycled.
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