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Thursday 13th December 2018

Prothrombin Complex Concentrates for Anticoagulant Reversal

This paper reviews the current evidence on prothrombin complex concentrate treatment for vitamin K antagonist reversal in the perioperative setting. Anesthesiology


America's Declining Well-Being, Health, and Life Expectancy

In this paper, the authors explore long-term trends toward worsening health and declining longevity in the US, resulting in part from an epidemic of despair which is on the rise among all ethnicities. American Journal of Public Health

Quality of Life Needs in Older Patients With Cancer

A position paper from the International Society of Geriatric Oncology recommends that clinicians place a greater focus on the quality of life of older adults living with cancer. Annals of Oncology


Wednesday 12th December 2018

Global warming will increase the variability of the eastern Pacific El Niño, reports a paper in Nature. This increase could result in more frequent extreme weather events in the future. https://go.nature.com/2Ejj4F5 pic.twitter.com/Fz16MCCIG9

Global warming will increase the variability of the eastern Pacific El Niño, reports a paper in Nature. This increase could result in more frequent extreme weather events in the future. https://go.nature.com/2Ejj4F5  pic.twitter.com/Fz16MCCIG9

Starting School Later Helps Teens Get More Sleep

Ah, adolescence. A time of change, of navigating awkward social situations, figuring out who you are, maybe holding down that first job or focusing on extracurriculars — all while juggling the demands of school. And for most teens, managing all of this happens on too little sleep. To help alleviate the lack of Z’s, experts in the U.S. have been pushing for school systems across the country to...

Computer Aided Biology Pioneer Synthace Secures $25.6 Million in Series B Funding

Funding will be used to further expand product capabilities and fuel company growth Industry-leader is bringing software abstraction and automation to biological R&D and manufacturing Synthace Ltd., the company behind the leading cloud software platform for automating and improving the success rate of biolo...

CareCloud Helps Ease Holiday Stress for Urgent Care Centers

Doctors on Call Maui Turns to CareCloud to Help Manage Complexities of Caring for Visitors With the holiday season upon us, many people will be traveling away from home but, while they may be on vacation, the need for medical attention doesn’t take days off. Urgent care centers report an average of three patient visits per hour, according to a recent...

How good is your mental health care? Depends where you live

Access to physician services and pharmaceuticals is vital–particularly among patients with serious mental illness–to insure patients receive the care they need. However, the likelihood patients receive this care depends on where they live. A paper by Manchester (2018) examines a cohort of patients eligible for both Medicare and U.S. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and…...

Tuesday 11th December 2018

Teens get more sleep with later school start time, researchers find

(University of Washington) In 2016, Seattle Public Schools pushed back start times for its 18 high schools by 55 minutes. In a paper published Dec. 12 in Science Advances, researchers at the University of Washington and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies announced that, as a result, teens at two Seattle high schools got more sleep on school nights -- a median increase of 34 minutes of sleep...

Research unlocks secrets of iron storage in algae

(Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) New research shows that phytoplankton iron storage strategies may determine which species thrive in changing oceans and impact marine food webs, according to a recent paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research examined two primary methods of iron storage and found that one makes species more resilient against shortages of the ...

News & Views: A paper in Nature reports an analysis of an antiviral defence system that can protect more than one bacterial species. https://go.nature.com/2L1v6EK 

News & Views: A paper in Nature reports an analysis of an antiviral defence system that can protect more than one bacterial species. https://go.nature.com/2L1v6EK 

Ideation and implementation of an open science drug discovery business model – M4K Pharma

This paper was originally published by Maxwell Robert Morgan, Owen Gwilym Roberts, and Aled Morgan Edwards in Wellcome Open Res 2018, 3:154 under a Creative Commons Attribution License Abstract M4K… The post Ideation and implementation of an open scien... The post Ideation and implementation of an open science drug discovery business model – M4K Pharma appeared first on Biotechblog.

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Les Belles Announces Second Dental Office Location in New York City

Les Belles is expanding their full-service dental practice, Les Belles Park Sixty is located at 110 E 60th Street, Suite 902 in NY, NY 10022. Doors and practice will be open and ready to serve patients on December 10, 2018. NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 11, 2018 The Les Belles philosophy is centered on the belief that a healthy mouth will promote a healthier body and a more beautiful life. This pati...

Clinical Use of Digitalis: A State of the Art Review

Digitalis has been used for medicinal purposes for hundreds of years--and continues to have value in the cardiovascular armamentarium. Review its history and current clinical role in this paper. American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs

IONTAS Founder and Phage Display Pioneer Attends Nobel Prize Award Ceremony

Dr John McCafferty celebrates success of phage display technology with Nobel Prize in Chemistry Laureates IONTAS Limited (IONTAS), a leader in the discovery and optimisation of fully human antibodies, announced its Founder and Chief Executive Officer, John McCafferty was invited to attend the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in recognition of his pivotal con...

"Given the numerous ethical issues with this situation as presented, we would be extremely unlikely to consider it," the editor of Science told STAT about publishing He's paper. https://buff.ly/2UwzuQg 

"Given the numerous ethical issues with this situation as presented, we would be extremely unlikely to consider it," the editor of Science told STAT about publishing He's paper. https://buff.ly/2UwzuQg 

Norman Regional Health System Takes Further Steps Towards Becoming Paperless with Access Passport

Web-based system will enable leading Oklahoma facility to capture patient electronic signatures on procedural consents, registration packets, back office documentation and other eForms in surgical services, patient admissions, and administrative departments. SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas (PRWEB) December 11, 2018 Access today announced that one of the customers it has served the longest, Norman Regional...

Amid ethics outcry, should journals publish the ‘CRISPR babies’ paper?

"Given the numerous ethical issues with this situation as presented, we would be extremely unlikely to consider it," the editor of Science told STAT about publishing He's paper.

Monday 10th December 2018

Did supernovae kill off large ocean animals at dawn of Pleistocene?

(University of Kansas) The effects of a supernova -- and possibly more than one -- on large ocean life like school-bus-sized Megalodon 2.6 million years ago are detailed in a paper just published in Astrobiology.

Ni/MWCNT-based electrochemical sensor for fast detection of phenol in wastewater

(World Scientific) In a paper published in NANO, researchers from the Harbin Institute of Technology have discovered a low cost and non-enzymatic phenol sensor that exhibits high sensitivity, good selectivity, reproducibility, and stability which has potential application in phenol detection in discharged wastewater.

Can social interactions affect spread of disease?

(Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) In a paper publishing next week in the SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems, a team of researchers from New York University and Politecnico di Torino, Italy, draws connections between people's social activity and the spread of epidemics through a mathematical model.

Citations show academic and non-academic researchers 'win' when they collaborate

(University of Maryland) Findings in new PNAS paper indicate that when academics work with business, government, and/or NGO partners they produce more cited, higher impact research.

The costs and trade-offs of reforming long-term care for older people

(University of East Anglia) New research reveals the costs and trade-offs of reforming long-term care for older people in England. The report comes ahead of a long-awaited government Green Paper on Social Care. It shows that a £36,000 lifetime cap on care costs for older people (similar to that recommended by Dilnot in 2011) would cost £3.6 billion by 2035, and that rolling out a minimum level o...

STAT Plus: The #crisprbabies scientist He Jiankui tried to publish a paper about gene-editing in human embryos this fall, but it was rejected by a journal after outside scientists raised concerns. https://buff.ly/2RPrkAS 

STAT Plus: The #crisprbabies scientist He Jiankui tried to publish a paper about gene-editing in human embryos this fall, but it was rejected by a journal after outside scientists raised concerns. https://buff.ly/2RPrkAS 


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