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Friday 23rd March 2018

Health Highlights: March 23, 2018

Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: AIDS Researcher Robert Redfield to Lead CDC Leading AIDS researcher Robert Redfield is the new head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...

MSD Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 13032018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryMSD Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd MSD India, a subsidiary of Merck Co Inc, is a healthcare products provider that offers prescription medicines, vaccines, biologic therapies, and animal health products.The company provides pipeline products such as medicines, tablets, capsules, solutions, and pharmaceutical products, among others. It also offers vaccines, women's healthcare products, critical ca...

Ozempic® approved in Japan for the treatment of type 2 diabetes

Bagsværd, Denmark, 23 March 2018 - Novo Nordisk today announced that the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare has approved Ozempic® (semaglutide), a new once-weekly analogue of human glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), for the treatment of adults with type 2 diabetes. The approval of Ozempic® in Japan is based on results from the SUSTAIN clinical trial programme, which in...

Health Tip: Find the Best Places to Nap

-- While napping can't replace a good night's sleep, it can offer a quick recharge in the midst of a busy day. The National Sleep Foundation says a nap shouldn't be longer than 30 minutes, to prevent a groggy feeling when you wake up. So where can...

Medical News Today: Midlife tooth loss may compromise heart health

Midlife tooth loss is tied to higher risk of cardiovascular disease, independently of traditional risk factors such as high blood pressure, a study finds.

Avita Medical Starts China Trial of "Spray-on Skin" for Burns

Avita Medical of Melbourne has started a China clinical trial of ReCell® to treat second-degree (deep partial-thickness) burns. ReCell is a device that harvests autologous cells, combines them with a proprietary enzyme formulation, and forms a spray to accelerate healing. The procedure, which takes about 30 minutes, does not require lab culturing. Compared to a skin graft, ReCell uses less ski...

ALS gene points to common role of cytoskeleton in disease

An international team of researchers led by John Landers, PhD, at UMass Medical School, and Bryan Traynor, MD, PhD, at the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has identified KIF5A as a new gene associated with the development of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)...

Kindred Healthcare Inc KND Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 15022018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryKindred Healthcare Inc Kindred Healthcare is a healthcare services provider with focus on postacute care services. The company through its subsidiaries offers home health, hospice and community care services to patients in homes, nursing centers, and other residential settings. It operates transitional care TC hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals IRFs, community care business, assi...

U.N. rights experts urge China to provide care for rights lawyer

United Nations experts called on China on Friday to provide medical care to Jiang Tianyong, a prominent human rights lawyer jailed for inciting "subversion", amid reports of his deteriorating health. In a rare joint statement on China, six independent human rights experts voiced deep concern at the condition of Jiang, sentenced to two years jail last November after being found guilty of inciting ...

Racial/ethnic disparities in cardiovascular health persist in U.S. adults

1. Trends from 1988 to 2014 data suggest that for U.S. adults, cardiovascular health has worsened, and health disparities in race/ethnicity and nativity continue to exist. 2. Although cardiovascular health disparities between whites and African Americans or Mexican Americans have decreased, declining cardiovascular health among whites appears to be the reason for these decreases rather […]

Thursday 22nd March 2018

[News] Major health-care companies merge in the USA

Americans will almost surely face a markedly different health-care landscape at the end of 2018 than they did at its beginning, as an already narrow field of giant companies further consolidates.

Taconic Biosciences Inc Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 14032018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryTaconic Biosciences Inc Taconic, formerly Taconic Farms Inc is a research model provider that offers animal health models and laboratory services. The company's products include taconic transgenic models, emerging models, knockout repository, GEM collection, traditional models, diet induced obese, superovulated mice, pseudopregnant mice, cell and tissue humanized mice, xenoreceptor panel an...

National Jewish Health Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 13032018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryNational Jewish Health NJH, formerly National Jewish Medical and Research Center is a healthcare center that offers treatment of pulmonary, cardiac, immune and related disorders. The center offers services in the areas of allergy, asthma, cardiology, clinical immunology, COPD, environmental and occupational health, gastroenterology, interstitial lung disease, nephrology, oncology, pulmonolo...

Back pain being mismanaged globally

According to a panel of international health experts, back pain is being grossly mismanaged globally. This could be both by ineffective treatments as well as treatment with harmful methods.

Oregon Health Science University Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 13032018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryOregon Health Science University OHSU, a subsidiary of Oregon State University is an academic health center that provides medical education, research, patient care and community services. The center's educational institute offers undergraduate and graduate courses in anesthesiology, dermatology, neurology, psychiatry, periodontology and nursing. It grants doctoral degrees in medicine, dent...

NHS works with councils after report finds poor housing costs £1.4bn a year – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphNHS works with councils after report finds poor housing costs £1.4bn a yearBelfast TelegraphThe NHS is working with councils to improve “housing health” to boost the wellbeing of vulnerable residents after a report found poor housing is costing the health service £1.4 billion a year. Home “MOTs”, helplines for those who suffer falls ...and more

New calculations confirm lifestyle changes could prevent 4 in 10 cancer cases

Science blog Causes of cancer can be placed into two rough camps: things we can control, and others that we can’t. The latter includes things like random changes to our genes as we get older, or those that are passed down through families. By their nature, there’s not much we can do about these risks. But for the many causes we do have some control over, such as smoking, there’s a potenti...

Research discovers how some cancers resist treatment

(Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center) An international team of researchers led by Lucio Miele, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Genetics at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, and Justin Stebbing, BM BCh MA, Ph.D, Professor of Cancer Medicine and Medical Oncology at Imperial College of Medicine in London, has found new genetic mutations that promote the survival of cancer c...

Internists encouraged by increased funds for healthcare programs in spending bill

(American College of Physicians) The American College of Physicians (ACP) is encouraged that the spending bill passed by Congress meets many of our priorities for federal health care programs. The fiscal year 2018 spending bill, as passed, will result in health policy gains for physicians and our patients.

Heart health will be promoted by health professionals at EuroPrevent 2018

(European Society of Cardiology) The impact of nutrition and lifestyle on cardiovascular health will be key elements discussed by health professionals during EuroPrevent 2018 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in April.1 EuroPrevent is the annual congress of the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC), a branch of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). This year's event will be held from 19 t...

Radiologist uses virtual reality as powerful training tool

(University of Virginia Health System) Physicians, trainees and even laypeople can now stand right beside an expert radiologist as he performs one of the most difficult medical procedures of its kind -- in virtual reality.

GSK Walks Away From Acquiring Pfizer Consumer Goods Unit

GlaxoSmithKline has decided not to make a play for Pfizer's consumer health business. The decision came one day after another potential suitor walked away from a potential deal.

Trends in Obesity Prevalence in US Youth and Adults, 2007-2008 to 2015-2016

This study uses National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data to characterize trends in obesity prevalence among US youth and adults between 2007-2008 and 2015-2016.

The Second Amendment and a Well-Regulated Firearms Environment

This Viewpoint proposes 6 components of a public health strategy to reduce gun violence that would provide meaningful harm control and be lawful within existing Second Amendment case law.

Mayors' political leanings strongly influence thoughts on city health policy effectiveness

(Drexel University) A new Drexel University study found that cities' lead decision-makers view how effective municipal policies are at reducing health disparities differently based on their social ideologies.

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