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Pediatric Therapy Services, LLC (The Stepping Stones Group) Makes the Inc. ...

LAFAYETTE, Colo., Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Pediatric Therapy Services, LLC, who operates as The Stepping Stones Group, a provider of therapy and education solutions Read more...


Kidney Stones Grow Just Like Real Stones, Recording Your Health Through Time

Recent research found that kidney stones have many more similarities with real stones than anyone previously thought.

Today’s discussion at #AtlanticStateofCare is just the beginning. Read the new Setbacks and Stepping Stones report out now for more on the future of #Alzheimers research: https://onphr.ma/2x2IwKI pic.twitter.com/uNb5dbuXdc

Today’s discussion at #AtlanticStateofCare is just the beginning. Read the new Setbacks and Stepping Stones report out now for more on the future of #Alzheimers research: https://onphr.ma/2x2IwKI  pic.twitter.com/uNb5dbuXdc


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Natural Phosphoric Acid: A Miracle Cure for Kidney Stones?

Statistics show that about 10 percent of the population will develop kidney stones at least once in their life. Considering the fact that kidney stones... Read More →

Researchers unravel fresh clues as to how kidney stones form

Kidney stones--solid, pebble-like grit that forms when too much of certain minerals like calcium are in the urine--can strike men, women, and increasingly, children, and the presence and pain of stones afflicts more than 12 percent of the world's population.

Medical News Today: What to know about salivary stones

Stones can sometimes form in the salivary glands of the mouth. If a stone becomes large enough, it can block the gland, which can lead to pain and swelling. Salivary stones are rarely serious, and a person can often remove them at home. Learn how to get rid of them and when to see a doctor here.

Genetics Home Reference: kidney stones

Source: National Library of Medicine - Related MedlinePlus Pages: Kidney Stones

Jewish Family and Career Services Announces Leadership Changes; Existing CEO Stepping Down, ...

ATLANTA, Sept. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As Rick Aranson has announced he is stepping down from his role as CEO, we wish him well and Read more...

Study: Kidney Stones Have Distinct Geological Histories

NewsResearchers report that kidney stones are built up in calcium-rich layers that resemble other mineralizations in nature.Contributed Au

Kidney Stones Have Distinct Geological Histories

NewsResearchers found that kidney stones are built up in calcium-rich layers that resemble other mineralizations in nature.

PCN May Be Superior for Hydronephrosis Due to Ureteric Stones

Percutaneous nephrostomy is associated with better outcomes than retrograde ureteral stent placement in patients with hydronephrosis secondary to ureteric stones.

Study overturns what we know about kidney stones

New research uses cutting-edge technology to study kidney stones. The findings change what we know about their nature, composition, and behavior.

Medical News Today: Study overturns what we know about kidney stones

New research uses cutting-edge technology to study kidney stones. The findings change what we know about their nature, composition, and behavior.

Health Tip: Symptoms of Kidney Stones

-- Kidney stones are hard masses that form in the urinary tract, and can cause very painful symptoms if they become stuck and difficult to pass. Here are common signs of kidney stone formation, courtesy of the University of Maryland Medical...

Kidney Stones Linked to Hyponatremia

Development of kidney stones is 6.2-fold more likely among patients with persistent hyponatremia than those without a history of hyponatremia.

Photon-Counting–Detector CT Can Characterize Small Renal Stones

Use of a photon-counting-detector CT for renal stones is similar to using dual-energy CT.

Molecular details of protein reveal glimpse into how kidney stones form

(University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine) Using the 2017 Nobel Prize-winning technique of cryo-electron microscopy to capture a high-resolution image of an ion channel protein, called TRPV5, that removes calcium from urine, researchers have found fresh clues as to how kidney stones form.

Kidney Stones Tied to Increased Renal Cell Carcinoma Risk

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2, 2019 -- Kidney stones are associated with an increased risk for renal cell carcinoma (RCC), specifically papillary RCC, and upper tract urothelial carcinoma (UTUC), according to a study published online Dec. 19 in the British...

#jobs #lifescience Paramount Recruitment: Med Comms Account Manager / SAE stepping up!

Biotechnology, Pharma and Biopharma News – Research – Science – Lifescience ://Biotech-Biopharma-Pharma: Paramount Recruitment: Med Comms Account Manager / SAE stepping up! . GBP35000 – GBP45000 per annum: Paramount Recruitment: A fantastic opportunity exists for an Account Manager or Senior … Continue reading → Cet article #jobs #lifescience Paramount Recruitme...

Roller coaster against kidney stones, olfactory detection of flies in wine and stamps in reproductive medicine

The 2018 Ig Nobel Prizes were awarded at the 28th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize ceremony, on September 13, at Harvard's Sanders Theatre. These years prizes were awarded to: Medicine: Marc Mitchell and David Wartinger, for using roller coaster rides to try to hasten the passage of kidney stones. [1] A...

Prediction tool for kidney stones

Kidney stones are a common and painful condition, with many sufferers experiencing recurrent episodes. Most people who pass an initial stone want to know their chances of future episodes, but this has not always been easy to predict. Now researchers are tracking the familiar characteristics of kidney stone formers in an online prediction tool that could help sufferers anticipate if they'll experie...

A boundary dance of amyloid-beta stepping into dementia

Alzheimer's disease is caused by aggregates of amyloid-beta peptides. This aggregation is accelerated at a cell membrane surface. The research group at ExCELLS revealed the reason of this phenomenon by molecular dynamics simulations and NMR experiments. m

AdvaMed's Top Hill Strategist JC Scott Departs For Pharma Group

Greg Crist, the top public affairs executive at AdvaMed, is stepping in to head the trade group's government affairs operations...    

Shoes, ‘Stones’ and surfing: BioWorld’s 12th annual Summer Reading List

Summer arrives with a bang for biopharma in the dueling agendas of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting, the BIO International Convention, Digestive Disease Week (DDW) and ASM Microbe – all packed into a 12-day period –... The post Shoes, ‘Stones’ and surfing: BioWorld’s 12th annual Summer Reading List appeared first on BioWorld Perspectives.

Itaconix names Jim Barber as its non-executive chairman effect from 1 December 2018

Barber replaces executive chairman Kevin Matthews who is stepping down from the board on 21 December, as was previously notified in the group’s announcement of 12 July


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