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Nursing is a healthcare profession that focuses on the care of individuals and their families to help them recover from illness and maintain optimal health and quality of life.
Study suggests using hypertonic saline infusions via peripheral catheter may help avoid complications

Study suggests using hypertonic saline infusions via peripheral catheter may help avoid complications

Current recommendations that a central catheter is required for continuous intravenous infusion of 3 percent sodium chloride solution should be re-evaluated, according to a study in the American Journal of Critical Care. [More]
UIC receives federal grant to continue research on sexual-minority women's drinking and health

UIC receives federal grant to continue research on sexual-minority women's drinking and health

The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing has received a $3.25 million federal grant to continue its research to identify risk and protective factors related to drinking and drinking-related problems among sexual-minority -- lesbian or bisexual -- women. [More]
HER2-targeted dendritic cell vaccine shows promise for treating early-stage breast cancer patients

HER2-targeted dendritic cell vaccine shows promise for treating early-stage breast cancer patients

Deregulation and inhibition of the immune system contributes to cancer development. Many therapeutic strategies aim to restimulate the immune system to recognize cancer cells and target them for destruction. [More]
Pediatric dentist performs laser lip- and tongue-tie releases for infants

Pediatric dentist performs laser lip- and tongue-tie releases for infants

Dr. Martin Kaplan, DMD, DABLS, a Stoughton, MA based pediatric dentist performs 21st century laser lip- and tongue-tie releases for infants. [More]
Clarity Pointe announces groundbreaking of new memory care community in Tallahassee

Clarity Pointe announces groundbreaking of new memory care community in Tallahassee

Clarity Pointe is excited to announce the groundbreaking of its newest memory care community, Clarity Pointe Tallahassee. [More]
Useful tips to help improve sleeping habits of children

Useful tips to help improve sleeping habits of children

Overall, studies indicate that 15 to 20 percent of one to three year olds continue to have nightwakings. [More]
American Journal of Nursing declares 2016 winners of its annual Book of the Year Awards

American Journal of Nursing declares 2016 winners of its annual Book of the Year Awards

The American Journal of Nursing (AJN) is pleased to announce the 2016 winners of its annual Book of the Year Awards. Winners in 19 categories appear in the journal's January issue. AJN, the "leading voice of nursing since 1900," is published by Wolters Kluwer. [More]
AvaCare Medical announces acquisition of Medical Scrubs Collection

AvaCare Medical announces acquisition of Medical Scrubs Collection

The owners of AvaCare Medical, an online medical supply store, have announced their recent acquisition of Medical Scrubs Collection, an online supplier for medical scrubs. [More]
New comprehensive study lists top personal health expenses in the U.S.

New comprehensive study lists top personal health expenses in the U.S.

Just 20 conditions make up more than half of all spending on health care in the United States, according to a new comprehensive financial analysis that examines spending by diseases and injuries. [More]
Four-year Johns Hopkins program provides efficient, less expensive care for patients in East Baltimore

Four-year Johns Hopkins program provides efficient, less expensive care for patients in East Baltimore

When people with chronic health problems couldn't get around town to their doctors' appointments, a four-year Johns Hopkins program brought the appointments to them. [More]
New computational tool can predict personal cancer driver genes to optimize treatment

New computational tool can predict personal cancer driver genes to optimize treatment

Columbia University Medical Center researchers have created a computational tool that can rapidly predict which genes are implicated in an individual's cancer and recommend treatments. [More]
Experts confirm high risk of famine in northeast Nigeria

Experts confirm high risk of famine in northeast Nigeria

Multiple experts, including Action Against Hunger, have validated new analysis confirming an elevated risk of famine in Nigeria's Borno State among populations cut off from humanitarian assistance due to the Boko Haram insurgency. [More]
Researchers use mathematical models to explain how bacteria, cancer cells exploit bet-hedging

Researchers use mathematical models to explain how bacteria, cancer cells exploit bet-hedging

Modern medicine and treatments for bacterial infections and cancer have significantly increased life spans and improved quality-of-life. However, many drugs eventually fail because of the outgrowth and survival of treatment-resistant populations. [More]
Study shows effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training for prevention of prolapse symptoms

Study shows effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training for prevention of prolapse symptoms

Researchers, including several University of Otago academics, have conducted the first trial of pelvic floor muscle training for the prevention of prolapse symptoms in women with early signs of prolapse several years after childbirth, publishing their findings in the world's leading medical journal The Lancet. [More]
Technology could help improve health care quality

Technology could help improve health care quality

Technology has promised to transform health care for years now. Multiple apps, devices, and other e-health approaches are being created to help the patient increase their awareness, education and accountability in their own health. [More]
Texas A&M specialist explains what people need to know about mumps

Texas A&M specialist explains what people need to know about mumps

Mumps may seem like a contagion relegated to history books, but like many other diseases of the past now preventable with a vaccine, mumps has been making a resurgence. [More]
Texas A&M professor shares tips to protect infants from RSV

Texas A&M professor shares tips to protect infants from RSV

Coughing, sneezing and a runny nose: You might think it is yet another cold, but if your baby is under 2 years old, it could very well be respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). [More]
A positive announcement for DePuy Synthes’ ATTUNE® Knee System

A positive announcement for DePuy Synthes’ ATTUNE® Knee System

DePuy Synthes, part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, today announced that implant survivorship data from the 2016 Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR) confirm positive early results for DePuy Synthes’ ATTUNE® Knee System. These data add to recent UK Joint Registry evidence which indicate that survivorship for the ATTUNE Knee compares favorably to other cemented knee systems in its class. In addition, recently-presented interim data on two studies suggest improved patient reported outcomes measures with the ATTUNE Knee compared to other leading knee systems. [More]
Holiday tips and gift suggestions for caregivers, families of AD patients

Holiday tips and gift suggestions for caregivers, families of AD patients

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, but we all know they can be stressful even under the best of circumstances. [More]
Novel genomics model allows personalized approach to radiation therapy

Novel genomics model allows personalized approach to radiation therapy

Cancer therapeutics is currently in the era of precision medicine - personalized medicine for individual patients based on their tumor biology. [More]
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