Health News Archive - November 18, 2011
Findings substantiate the VeriQ systemâ€™s ability to improve outcomes for coronary artery bypass surgery and contain costs. Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) November
New York Times bestselling childrenâ€™s illustrator Richard Cowdrey and author Valerie Westfall combine their talents in a stunningly beautiful book for adopted children released for National
GeneCell International, The First and Only Cord Blood, Dental Pulp and Adipose Stem Cell Processing Laboratory and Cryogenic Storage Facility in Miami opens a new laboratory at the facilities
The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) have issued a new white paper on the potential role of endoscopic bariatric therapies (EBTs) in treating obesity and obesity-related diseases like Type 2 diabetes.
Recent studies conducted at Marshall University have demonstrated that nanoparticles of cerium oxide—common diesel fuel additives used to increase the fuel efficiency of automobile engines—can travel from the lungs to the liver and that this process is associated with liver damage.
New research in Developmental Cell suggests that increasing expression of certain developmental genes at precise times in the uterus might improve pregnancy rates from in vitro fertilization-embryo transfers (IVF-ET), which remain low at around 30 percent.
Mitochondria are often called cellular "powerhouses" because they convert nutrients into energy.
There is no doubt that eating a balanced diet is essential for maintaining a healthy body weight as well as appropriate arousal and energy balance, but the details about how the nutrients we consume are detected and processed in the brain remain elusive.
The lowly and simple roundworm may be the ideal laboratory model to learn more about the complex processes involved in repairing wounds and could eventually allow scientists to improve the body's response to healing skin wounds, a serious problem in diabetics and the elderly.
Factors such as low hemoglobin levels, increased systolic blood pressure, and male gender are linked to a higher risk of silent cerebral infarcts (SCIs), or silent strokes, in children with sickle cell anemia (SCA).
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.