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Monday 10th December 2018

Researchers propose guidelines for the therapeutic use of melatonin

(Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) In an article published in Endocrine Reviews, Brazilian professors discuss the general criteria to be considered when prescribing the pineal hormone as a health supplement. The guidelines will help health professionals to analyze, understand and interpret the effects of melatonin.

Criminalisation & repressive policing of sex work linked to increased risk of violence

(London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) Sex workers who face repressive policing are more likely to experience violence and poorer health and well-being, according to new research published in PLOS Medicine.

NIH to Spend $20 Million on a Search for the Development of Alternatives to Fetal Tissue

As the Trump administration has continued to show its lack of financial support of scientific research using fetal tissue, the National Institutes of Health is setting aside $20 million to fund research that could develop alternatives to the use of embryonic tissue.

Macrophage cells key to helping heart repair -- and potentially regenerate: New study

(University Health Network) Macrophage cells have the ability to act in a neo-natal-like state, a time in life where they aid in the growth and development of organs, meaning they could be channeled to help repair the heart following a heart attack.

Relationship impairments hinder men seeking mental health treatment

(Boston University School of Medicine) Relationship impairment (difficulty managing expectations and requirements within an intimate relationship) plays a role in explaining the association between symptom severity and those seeking treatment among post-9/11 military veterans. However, the role it plays is different for men and women.

Possible connection between cardiovascular disease and living near oil and gas wells

(University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus) Researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health have found a possible connection between the intensity of oil and gas exploration in an area and early indicators of cardiovascular disease among nearby residents.

BMI is a good measure of health after all, new study finds

(University of Bristol) A new study from the University of Bristol supports body mass index as a useful tool for assessing obesity and health.

Hong Kong's waters benefit health and wellbeing

(University of Exeter) A ground-breaking study has revealed how spending time in and around Hong Kong's 'blue spaces' (harbours, coastlines and beaches) is linked to better health and wellbeing, especially for older adults.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) issues new guidelines for COPD

(Pulmonx) NICE makes a 'strong' recommendation that patients with severe COPD be referred for evaluation for bronchoscopic lung volume reduction, including the Zephyr® Endobronchial Valve System.NICE has broadened the criteria for evaluation and a new group of people for whom lung volume reduction surgery was unsuitable may now be evaluated for treatment with Zephyr Valves, a less invasive treatm...

Paternal grandfather's high access to food may indicate higher mortality risk in grandsons

(Stockholm University) A paternal grandfather's access to food during his childhood is associated with mortality risk, especially cancer mortality, in his grandson, shows a large three-generational study from Stockholm University. The reason might be epigenetic -- that environmental exposures in one generation may influence health outcomes in following generations.

Future doctors learn how to prescribe physical activity for their patients

(Lancaster University) An initiative adopted by Lancaster University to embed physical activity into the training for medical students has been showcased at a national and international level.Movement for Movement is recognised as a UK best practice exemplar by the 2018 WHO Europe Physical Activity Fact Sheets and the 2018 WHO Europe Physical Activity in the Health Sector report.Physical inactivit...

MSMU scientists discovered the role of iron in programmed cell death

(Sechenov University) Health care professionals from I.M. Sechenov Moscow State Medical University published a review of scientific articles to illustrate how the atoms of iron initiate ferroptosis - programmed cell death. The article was published in the Free Radical Biology and Medicine journal.

Researchers use computer model to predict prostate cancer progression

(University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences) An international team of cancer researchers from Denmark and Germany have used cancer patient data to develop a computer model that can predict the course of disease for prostate cancer. The model is currently being implemented at a prostate cancer clinic in Germany. The researchers have also found the enzyme that appears to tri...

New academic-service partnership to help support New York City Medicaid recipients

(CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy) The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy Center for Innovation in Mental Health (CIMH), a collaboration with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), has partnered with Coordinated Behavioral Care (CBC), a New York City not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of care for Medicaid ben...

What more could we do to prevent veteran suicides? Survey reveals clues

(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) Every day, 20 veterans die by suicide -- and most choose a firearm to do it. A new survey of veterans who receive VA mental health care could guide suicide prevention efforts. Ninety-three percent said they would approve of the VA offering options to address firearm access - such as having health providers ask about veterans' access to firearms, providi...

Pregnant women, young children most likely to use bed nets to prevent malaria

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) When households in sub-Saharan Africa don't have an adequate number of insecticide-treated bed nets, pregnant women and children under five are the most likely family members to sleep under the ones they have, leaving men and school-aged children more exposed to malaria, new Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) research ...

PCORI Board approves $20 million to support research on mental health, obesity

(Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute) The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Board of Governors today approved $20 million to fund two new studies comparing how well different treatments work in improving care for conditions that impose high burdens on patients, caregivers and the healthcare system.

Strong Health Stock 'Ready to Commence New Upleg'

Source: Clive Maund for Streetwise Reports   12/11/2018 Technical analyst Clive Maund analyzes a rapidly expanding company with medical clinics in British Columbia that is using advanced technology and AI.Premier Health Group Inc. (PHGI:CSE; PHGRF:OTCQB; 6PH:FSE) is related to Reliq Health Technologies Inc. (RHT:TSX.V; RQHTF:OTCQB) that we recently looked at, because P...

Health Stock 'Looking Set to Bounce Back After 90% Drop'

Source: Clive Maund for Streetwise Reports   12/11/2018 Technical analyst Clive Maund charts a telemedicine technology company and explains why he believes the company's stock should rebound.Reliq Health Technologies Inc. (RHT:TSX.V; RQHTF:OTCQB) has been through a classic boom and bust cycle, as we can see on its latest 18-month chart below, but the huge 90% loss from...

Population Thyroid-Cancer Screening After Nuclear Accidents Not Advisable: Researchers

Thyroid tumors detected by ultrasound screening in Japanese children after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident are similar to those of low-risk, sporadic thyroid tumors seen in adults and therefore are likely not related to radiation exposure, researchers report. Reuters Health Information

AI app decreases symptoms of COPD, study finds

A new clinical study has found that Kaia Health’s artificial intelligence app successfully decreases symptoms of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

Stereotactic Radiosurgery May Not Raise Risk of Intracranial Malignancy

Patients who undergo stereotactic radiosurgery for benign indications do not appear to be at increased risk of malignant transformation, new findings show. Reuters Health Information

Researchers compare health outcomes for VA and non-VA hospitals

The Veterans Health Administration is the largest integrated health care system in the United States, providing care at 1,243 health care facilities, including 172 VA Medical Centers and 1,062 outpatient sites.

UnitedHealthcare and Optum Take Action to Support People Affected by Winter Storm in North Carolina

Assistance for UnitedHealthcare plan participants whose access to care or prescriptions needs may have been affected Free emotional-support help line from Optum open to anyone UnitedHealthcare and Optum, the health benefits and services companies of UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH), are taking action to help people affect...

Merck says global human health president Adam Schechter to step down; "reshapes" its commercial organisation  $MRL #pharma

Merck says global human health president Adam Schechter to step down; "reshapes" its commercial organisation  $MRL #pharma

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