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LSU Health New Orleans receives $1.3 million grant to report cases of cancer in children

LSU Health New Orleans receives $1.3 million grant to report cases of cancer in children

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health's Louisiana Tumor Registry a $1.3 million grant over five years to more rapidly find and report cases of cancer in children and young adults. One of only eight state registries to successfully compete for this funding, the award will support efforts to increase the availability of this data for surveillance and research activities at the local, state and national level. [More]
Research for better understanding of pathology of severe form of dwarfism

Research for better understanding of pathology of severe form of dwarfism

A better understanding of the pathology of a severe form of dwarfism as well as a possible window of treatment have been discovered by researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). [More]
Treatment with SSRIs linked with increased failure risk of osseointegrated implants

Treatment with SSRIs linked with increased failure risk of osseointegrated implants

The International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR/AADR) have published a paper titled "SSRIs and the Risk of Osseointegrated Implant Failure - A Cohort Study. [More]
Branded or trademarked diets have similar levels of effectiveness, the key is sticking to it

Branded or trademarked diets have similar levels of effectiveness, the key is sticking to it

Branded or trademarked diets have similar levels of effectiveness; the key is sticking to it, a research study has found. [More]

Research: 7 key issues need to be addressed to ensure future success of doctor revalidation

New research launched today, 1st September 2014, has concluded that there are seven key issues that need to be addressed to ensure the future success of doctor revalidation, the most profound revision in medical regulation since the Medical Act of 1858. [More]
Preventing tentacle-like structures from forming can stop spread of cancer entirely

Preventing tentacle-like structures from forming can stop spread of cancer entirely

A new study from the research group of Dr. John Lewis at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, AB) and the Lawson Health Research Institute (London, ON) has confirmed that "invadopodia" play a key role in the spread of cancer. The study, published in Cell Reports, shows preventing these tentacle-like structures from forming can stop the spread of cancer entirely. [More]
New technology holds potential to identify cardiac disease using video monitoring

New technology holds potential to identify cardiac disease using video monitoring

To the careful observer, a person's face has long provided insight into what is going on beneath the surface. Now, with the assistance of a web camera and software algorithms, the face can also reveal whether or not an individual is experiencing atrial fibrillation, a treatable but potentially dangerous heart condition. [More]
Solid-head power toothbrushes retain less bacteria than hollow-head toothbrushes

Solid-head power toothbrushes retain less bacteria than hollow-head toothbrushes

Solid-head power toothbrushes retain less bacteria compared to hollow-head toothbrushes, according to researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Dentistry. [More]
New treatment fights respiratory syncytial virus

New treatment fights respiratory syncytial virus

The New England Journal of Medicine published research results on Aug. 21 from a clinical trial of a drug shown to safely reduce the viral load and clinical illness of healthy adult volunteers intranasally infected with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). [More]
New Aspen Dental office opens in Selinsgrove, PA

New Aspen Dental office opens in Selinsgrove, PA

A new Aspen Dental office is opening in Selinsgrove, PA on Thursday, September 18. Located at 1597 N. Susquehanna Trail, the conveniently located practice will provide dental services that range from dentures and preventive care to general dentistry and restoration. [More]
CWRU offers new MOOC to teach health care workers deliver better care to patients

CWRU offers new MOOC to teach health care workers deliver better care to patients

"Take the Lead on Health Care Quality Improvement"-a new free massive open online course (MOOC) offered this fall by Case Western Reserve University's school of nursing-targets ways frontline health care workers can deliver safer and better care to patients. [More]
Finding suggests that retina acts as type of window to the brain

Finding suggests that retina acts as type of window to the brain

Researchers at the Gladstone Institutes and University of California, San Francisco have shown that a loss of cells in the retina is one of the earliest signs of frontotemporal dementia (FTD) in people with a genetic risk for the disorder-even before any changes appear in their behavior. [More]

LSU Health receives $700,000 grant to increase access to advanced nursing education

The LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing was awarded a $700,000 Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship grant to increase access to advanced nursing education and patient care for disadvantaged, underserved and under-represented groups, as well as veterans. [More]
Common teeth whitening choices

Common teeth whitening choices

Though the economic recovery has remained sluggish for most Americans, one field where there has been remarkable growth is cosmetic surgery. [More]
Plymouth University selects Brain Tumour Research as official charity partner

Plymouth University selects Brain Tumour Research as official charity partner

Brain Tumour Research has been chosen by Plymouth University to be an official charity partner. Brain Tumour Research was launched in April 2009 to raise awareness of, and funding for, scientific research into brain tumours and improve outcomes for brain tumour patients. [More]
Study examines national impact of newborn screening test for SCID

Study examines national impact of newborn screening test for SCID

Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), a potentially life-threatening, but treatable, disorder affecting infants, is twice as common as previously believed, according to a new study that is the first to examine the national impact of this newborn screening test. [More]
Handwashing with antibacterial soap exposes hospital workers to potentially unsafe levels of triclosan

Handwashing with antibacterial soap exposes hospital workers to potentially unsafe levels of triclosan

Handwashing with antibacterial soap exposes hospital workers to significant and potentially unsafe levels of triclosan, a widely-used chemical currently under review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to a study led by researchers from UC San Francisco. [More]
CONversation Cards promote discussion about child's weight management

CONversation Cards promote discussion about child's weight management

Out of all his research, Geoff Ball says it is his simplest project that has shown the greatest return. [More]
Burbank Invisalign expert offers advanced orthodontic treatments for teens

Burbank Invisalign expert offers advanced orthodontic treatments for teens

Burbank Invisalign expert, Dr. Marine Martirosyan, is now offering Invisalign Teen in addition to Invisalign and other orthodontic treatments. [More]
Doctors test device designed to 'turn off' cluster headaches

Doctors test device designed to 'turn off' cluster headaches

For those suffering excruciating pain from cluster headaches, relief may soon be available from an investigational device being studied in a national multicenter clinical trial. Recently, doctors at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center performed the first surgery in the United States to insert a neurostimulator to provide relief from cluster headaches, which are more painful than migraines. [More]