New research unravels why breastmilk-fed preemies are healthier than formula-fed infants
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 New research unravels why breastmilk-fed preemies are healthier than formula-fed infantsNew research unravels why breastmilk-fed preemies are healthier than formula-fed infants
 
Human breastmilk has long been considered "liquid gold" among clinicians treating premature infants in a newborn intensive care unit.
 
 
 High prevalence of fungal secondary infections among COVID-19 patientsHigh prevalence of fungal secondary infections among COVID-19 patients
 
Researchers analyze literature to explore the frequency of secondary fungal infections among COVID-19 patients.
 
   Early-life acquisition of antibiotic resistance in neonates from developing countriesEarly-life acquisition of antibiotic resistance in neonates from developing countries
 
Every year, almost 7 million potentially serious bacterial infections are estimated to occur in newborns, resulting in more than 550,000 annual neonatal deaths.
 
   Cognitive rehab may help older adults clear covid-related brain fogCognitive rehab may help older adults clear covid-related brain fog
 
Eight months after falling ill with covid-19, the 73-year-old woman couldn't remember what her husband had told her a few hours before. She would forget to remove laundry from the dryer at the end of the cycle. She would turn on the tap at a sink and walk away.
 
   Bacterial Skin Infections: What are they?Bacterial Skin Infections: What are they?
 
Bacterial skin infections (also known as pyodermas) can be caused by a wide array of bacteria – most commonly by either staphylococci or streptococci, or sometimes by both organisms.
 
 A California man’s ‘painful and terrifying’ road to a monkeypox diagnosis
 
A California man’s ‘painful and terrifying’ road to a monkeypox diagnosisTwo days after Kevin Kwong flew home to California from New York, his hands itched so badly, the pain jolted him from sleep. He thought the problem was eczema.
 
 
 Benefits of tocolytics outweigh any risks linked with unwanted side effects, study finds
 
Benefits of tocolytics outweigh any risks linked with unwanted side effects, study findsWomen around the world should be able to access the best medical treatments that help to delay preterm births and improve neonatal outcomes, new research suggests.
 
 
 Novel tool measures general and COVID‐19-specific sources of nurses' moral distress
 
Novel tool measures general and COVID‐19-specific sources of nurses' moral distressThe COVID‐19 pandemic created novel patient care circumstances that may have increased nurses' moral distress, including COVID‐19 transmission risk and end‐of‐life care without family present. Moral distress is a growing concern in healthcare with implications for both provider and patient outcomes.
 
 
 Researchers urge the need to amplify Indigenous-focused COVID-19 response measures
 
Researchers urge the need to amplify Indigenous-focused COVID-19 response measuresDespite prioritizing Indigenous populations for SARS-CoV-2 vaccinations, vaccine uptake was low among First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Toronto and London, Ontario, according to new research published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
 
 
 Early initiation of physical therapy for patients with lower back pain linked with less health care resource utilization
 
Early initiation of physical therapy for patients with lower back pain linked with less health care resource utilizationEarly initiation of physical therapy (PT) for U.S. patients with acute lower back pain (LBP) was associated with less health care resource use in the first month and the first year after the initial onset of symptoms, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins Medicine.
 
 
 Patients and doctors trapped in a gray zone when abortion laws and emergency care mandate conflict
 
Patients and doctors trapped in a gray zone when abortion laws and emergency care mandate conflictEach week, Dr. Kim Puterbaugh sees several pregnant patients at a Cleveland hospital who are experiencing complications involving bleeding or infection.