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Microneedle Patch: Safe, Effective Flu Vaccination

Medscape | 2017-06-28 01:20:56

Participants in the first phase 1 human clinical trial of inactivated influenza delivered by dissolvable microneedle patch preferred vaccine administration via the microneedle patch over...

Flu Vax via Microneedle Patch Found Safe in Phase I Trial

Medpage Today | 2017-06-28 00:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Immune response similar to that seen with regular injection

The Best Tx for Fungal Keratitis: Ophthalmology Times

Medpage Today | 2017-06-28 00:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Also, a new therapy for basal cell carcinoma nevus syndrome

Milton Packer, MD, Is Sharing His Ideas

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:45:00

(MedPage Today) -- Introducing a new blog, Revolution and Revelation, Milton Packer

Novel Multifocal Contact Lens Technologies Get High Ratings

Medscape | 2017-06-27 23:31:26

'Real-world' patient surveys revealed satisfaction rates of about 90% with Dailies Total 1 and the Bausch & Lomb Ultra for Presbyopia multifocal contact lens. Medscape Medical News

iMedicalApps: Students Create VR Program to Diagnosis ADHD

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Virtual reality could prove useful in clinical practice, but more research is needed

Attacking Societal Problems Key to Improving Health, Say Experts

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:15:00

(MedPage Today) -- Solving problems like hunger, poor housing, unemployment should be a bigger priority

Are Doctors Superhuman?

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Chiduzie Madubata, MD, says no, but we're expected to be

Triple Attack on Drug Nonadherence Still Fails in Post-AMI Setting

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 22:55:17

(MedPage Today) -- Combination of tech, incentives, and support didn't affect outcomes either

REVEAL: CETP Inhibitor Anacetrapib Meets Primary End Point

Medscape | 2017-06-27 22:41:56

Anacetrapib significantly reduced major coronary events compared with placebo in patients at risk for cardiac events already receiving a statin in the REVEAL phase 3 study, Merck announced today....

Are Sick Doctors Worse Doctors?

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 22:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- When a doctor is the patient, it's often seen as a weakness

No Health Insurance? Higher Risk for Death, Review Shows

Medscape | 2017-06-27 22:09:22

Health insurance saves lives, boosts self-rated health and financial protection, and lowers the likelihood of depression, a new evidence review has found. Medscape Medical News

Hospital Visits by Nurses Can Prevent Readmission

Medscape | 2017-06-27 21:45:33

A novel three-step approach eliminated rehospitalization in an older cohort of patients, and nurses report that contact with some of their most vulnerable hospitalized patients improves care....

Kids Lost Weight with Community Intervention (CME/CE)

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:45:00

(MedPage Today) -- Results were modest but achieved in a short time, experts said

Lamotrigine Generics Equal to Brand (CME/CE)

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Single-dose study of generic antiepileptic drug finds minimal differences

Medical News Today: Rib cage pain: Six possible causes

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 18:00:00

Rib cage pain can be caused by a range of conditions, from fractures to fibromyalgia. Learn about the symptoms and when to see a doctor.

Medical News Today: Scientists may have found a way to stop cancer from metastasizing

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 18:00:00

Using a combination of gold nanoparticles and laser technology, a team of scientists has found a way to halt the migration of cancer cells.

Medical News Today: A-fib patients at lower stroke, death risk with early cardiology care

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 17:00:00

Receiving cardiology care within 90 days of atrial fibrillation diagnosis may lower patients' stroke and death risks by up to 11 percent, study finds.

Medical News Today: Low-income childhood may affect adult heart health

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 16:00:00

New study links low income in childhood to increased left ventricular mass and diastolic dysfunction - both tied to cardiovascular disease - in adulthood.

Medical News Today: Pneumothorax: Causes, symptoms, and treatment

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 15:00:00

Pneumothorax occurs when air gets in between the lung and the chest wall, causing the lung to collapse. Learn more about its diagnosis and outlook.

Medical News Today: Food poisoning duration: How long do symptoms last?

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 13:00:00

Food poisoning is common and preventable but what is it and what causes it? Learn about how long food poisoning may last and ways to prevent it.

Medical News Today: Sarcoidosis: Causes, symptoms, and treatment

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 09:00:00

Sarcoidosis is a chronic inflammatory condition which causes persistent granulomas. It can affect any organ, but most often affects the lungs.

Medical News Today: Working at night may interfere with DNA repair

Medical News Today | 2017-06-27 09:00:00

A new study explores the effect of night shifts on melatonin levels and DNA repair, as indicated by a chemical byproduct excreted in urine.

Medical News Today: Ischemic stroke: Causes, symptoms, and risk factors

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 18:00:00

An ischemic stroke is caused by a blood clot or plaque buildup. Strokes have several signs that can alert someone to the need for emergency care.

Medical News Today: Why does light keep us awake and darkness make us sleepy?

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 18:00:00

New research investigates the effect of a light-responsive protein on regulating sleep and wakefulness patterns in zebrafish, our fellow diurnal animals.

Medical News Today: Could an epilepsy drug help to slow Alzheimer's?

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 17:00:00

A drug used to reduce seizures has been found to normalize brain wave frequencies in patients with Alzheimer's. Could this drug help to slow the disease?

Medical News Today: Are current exercise guidelines too demanding?

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 17:00:00

Fitting in the recommended amount of exercise is a challenge in our busy lives. Are there health benefits associated with doing less exercise? We find out.

Medical News Today: Early menopause: Eating vegetable protein tied to lower risk

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 16:00:00

New research finds that eating three to four daily servings of foods rich in vegetable proteins is linked to a lower incidence of early menopause in women.

Medical News Today: Contact dermatitis: Triggers and treatment

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 15:00:00

The unpleasant itching of contact dermatitis may be experienced by everyone once in their lifetime, but what is it? How can it be treated?

Medical News Today: What is hematopoietic stem cell transplantation?

Medical News Today | 2017-06-26 12:00:00

Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is approved for use in treating some types of cancer and is an experimental treatment for autoimmune diseases.

Szívritmuszavar

InforMed | 2017-06-27 14:07:00

Szinte a legtöbb emberrel előfordult már, hogy időnként szabálytalanul ver a szíve, azt érzi, hogy a szíve hirtelen összevissza ver, vagy egy-egy ütést kihagy. Az ilyen ritmuszavar...

A lábszárfekély kezelése

InforMed | 2017-06-27 13:52:00

A visszérbetegség a harmadik leggyakoribb kórkép az allergia és a magas vérnyomás betegség után, Európában minden negyedik embert érinti, a terhesség és az elhízás is a...

Ételallergia

InforMed | 2017-06-25 23:13:00

A táplálékkal szembeni rejtett túlérzékenységi reakciók nehezen megállapítható betegségek. A klasszikus tünetek mellett, mint a csalánkiütés, a viszketés, az ekcéma, kiütések,...

Tudnivalók a vízbefúlásról

InforMed | 2017-06-25 22:54:00

Előfordul, hogy a fuldoklásnak az a legbiztosabb jele, hogy az illető nem úgy néz ki, mint aki bajban van. Csak úgy, mintha taposná a vizet és épp felnézne. Nem úgy, mint a tv-ben.

Bélfertőzések és teendők

InforMed | 2017-06-23 17:48:00

A fertőzés szájon keresztül történik, minden korosztályt egyformán megbetegíthet. Terjesztik a legyek, a piszkos kéz, mosatlan gyümölcs, megelőzésében a személyi és környezeti...

Strandolás után?

InforMed | 2017-06-22 22:12:00

Miért kell fürdeni strandolás után? Hogyan kíméljük a bőrünket? Mi az a zsírhiányos bőr? Az alábbiakból megtudhatják.

A magas koleszterinszint veszélyei

InforMed | 2017-06-22 21:47:00

Minden második ember túlsúlyos vagy elhízott, Európában az élen szerepelünk a szív- és érrendszeri betegségek statisztikájában, mely az összhalálozás több mint 50...

Hepatitis A

InforMed | 2017-06-22 11:35:00

A májbetegségek tekintélyes részét teszi ki a fertőző májgyulladás, a hepatitis infectiosa. A vírus hepatitisek legtöbbje elsődlegesen okoz májgyulladást. Közülük egyre több,...

Mi a pikkelysömör?

InforMed | 2017-06-21 21:21:00

A pikkelysömör olyan nem fertőző, gyakran előforduló, krónikus és nem gyógyítható betegség, amely akkor alakul ki, amikor az immunrendszer hibás jelzéseinek következtében a...

A szünidei balesetekről

InforMed | 2017-06-20 13:28:00

Javában zajlik a szünidő, és ez meglátszik a baleseti sebészeti ambulanciák forgalmában. A nyári balesetek megszaporodnak, több, néha nagyon súlyos sérülés következik be.

A cukorbetegség öröklődése

InforMed | 2017-06-20 13:07:00

Több évszázados megfigyelés már az, hogy a cukorbetegség családi halmozódást mutat. Belgyógyászati vizsgálat kapcsán ezért a kórelőzmény felvételénél mindig rákérdezünk a...

Jóindulatú prosztata-megnagyobbodás (BPH)

InforMed | 2017-06-19 21:09:00

Számtalan elmélet született a jóindulatú prosztata-megnagyobbodás kialakulását illetően, bizonyára mindegyik részigazságokat tartalmaz. Az, hogy kasztráltban nem alakul ki, és idős...

Éjszakai gyomorégés

InforMed | 2017-06-19 00:51:00

Milliók szenvednek a gyomorégéstől, és az annál súlyosabb GERD-től (GORB, gastroesophagalis reflux betegség). Kutatások igazolják, hogy az éjszakai gyomorégés ötből négy embert...

A "gipszes hetek" alatt

InforMed | 2017-06-19 00:10:00

Komolyabb zúzódás, rándulás, szalag-, ín- és idegsérülések, kiterjedt lágyrész sebek, gyulladásos szövődmények esetén a kezelés fontos eleme a nyugalomba helyezés, azaz a gipsz....

Tévhitek az Alzheimer-kórral kapcsolatban

InforMed | 2017-06-18 14:04:00

Az agykárosodások különféle formái közül legtöbben az Alzheimer-kórtól félnek. A betegség lassú, fokozatos lefolyású, és jelenleg nem gyógyítható.

Microneedle Patch: Safe, Effective Flu Vaccination

Medscape | 2017-06-28 01:20:56

Participants in the first phase 1 human clinical trial of inactivated influenza delivered by dissolvable microneedle patch preferred vaccine administration via the microneedle patch over...

Novel Multifocal Contact Lens Technologies Get High Ratings

Medscape | 2017-06-27 23:31:26

'Real-world' patient surveys revealed satisfaction rates of about 90% with Dailies Total 1 and the Bausch & Lomb Ultra for Presbyopia multifocal contact lens. Medscape Medical News

REVEAL: CETP Inhibitor Anacetrapib Meets Primary End Point

Medscape | 2017-06-27 22:41:56

Anacetrapib significantly reduced major coronary events compared with placebo in patients at risk for cardiac events already receiving a statin in the REVEAL phase 3 study, Merck announced today....

No Health Insurance? Higher Risk for Death, Review Shows

Medscape | 2017-06-27 22:09:22

Health insurance saves lives, boosts self-rated health and financial protection, and lowers the likelihood of depression, a new evidence review has found. Medscape Medical News

Hospital Visits by Nurses Can Prevent Readmission

Medscape | 2017-06-27 21:45:33

A novel three-step approach eliminated rehospitalization in an older cohort of patients, and nurses report that contact with some of their most vulnerable hospitalized patients improves care....

CAR T Cells Encouraging for Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

Medscape | 2017-06-27 21:26:52

Results from phase 2 studies of two anti-CD19 therapies for relapsed/refractory DLBCL show impressive responses, as well as adverse events that were 'reversible.' Medscape Medical News

'Antiquated' Medullary Thyroid Cancer Staging Gets Update

Medscape | 2017-06-27 20:03:57

A proposed new staging system for medullary thyroid cancer recasts the landscape of the disease and could alter treatment decisions, especially for patients with advanced disease. Medscape...

Denosumab Shows Benefits in Multiple Myeloma Bone Disease

Medscape | 2017-06-27 19:56:58

In a head-to-head comparison with zoledronic acid, denosumab was noninferior, with prolonged time to a first skeletal event and a reduced risk for renal events. Medscape Medical News

Omalizumab Response Varies by Asthma Type

Medscape | 2017-06-27 19:52:50

Patients with specific phenotypes of severe asthma derive greater benefit from the biologic treatment than others, a multicenter, retrospective study shows. Medscape Medical News

Leadless Pacing Update: Nanostim Battery Fix, Micra Safety Upheld

Medscape | 2017-06-27 19:47:12

Leadless pacemakers are here, but questions remain. Medtronic's Nanostim may soon be back on track, and now more is known about extracting one. St Jude's Micra works and seems safe in the short...

Wide Variation in ED Management of Traumatic Brain Injury

Medscape | 2017-06-27 19:01:59

European emergency departments vary widely on how they define mild traumatic brain injury and use related guidelines, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News

Olive Oil Key Ingredient in Alzheimer's Prevention?

Medscape | 2017-06-27 18:27:17

Consuming extra-virgin olive oil appears to protect memory and learning ability and reduces the formation of plaques and tangles, the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease, a new animal study shows....

Sleep Important for Recovery in Comorbid Depression, Insomnia

Medscape | 2017-06-27 18:23:12

Short sleep duration may be a risk factor for refractory depression in patients with comorbid depression and insomnia, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News

Half of Chinese Adults Have Prediabetes or Diabetes

Medscape | 2017-06-27 18:00:06

The first survey to include major minority groups shows 100 million fewer adults than expected had prediabetes in 2013. Still, almost 50% of Chinese are estimated to have diabetes or prediabetes....

Whole-Genome Sequencing Possible in Clinic, but Value Unclear

Medscape | 2017-06-27 17:13:15

Many healthy patients carry a rare disease variant, but identifying this risk factor yields little clinical value and may increase costs, according to a study of genome sequencing in primary care....

Flu Vax via Microneedle Patch Found Safe in Phase I Trial

Medpage Today | 2017-06-28 00:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Immune response similar to that seen with regular injection

The Best Tx for Fungal Keratitis: Ophthalmology Times

Medpage Today | 2017-06-28 00:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Also, a new therapy for basal cell carcinoma nevus syndrome

Milton Packer, MD, Is Sharing His Ideas

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:45:00

(MedPage Today) -- Introducing a new blog, Revolution and Revelation, Milton Packer

iMedicalApps: Students Create VR Program to Diagnosis ADHD

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Virtual reality could prove useful in clinical practice, but more research is needed

Attacking Societal Problems Key to Improving Health, Say Experts

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:15:00

(MedPage Today) -- Solving problems like hunger, poor housing, unemployment should be a bigger priority

Are Doctors Superhuman?

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 23:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Chiduzie Madubata, MD, says no, but we're expected to be

Triple Attack on Drug Nonadherence Still Fails in Post-AMI Setting

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 22:55:17

(MedPage Today) -- Combination of tech, incentives, and support didn't affect outcomes either

Are Sick Doctors Worse Doctors?

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 22:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- When a doctor is the patient, it's often seen as a weakness

Kids Lost Weight with Community Intervention (CME/CE)

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:45:00

(MedPage Today) -- Results were modest but achieved in a short time, experts said

Lamotrigine Generics Equal to Brand (CME/CE)

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Single-dose study of generic antiepileptic drug finds minimal differences

In RA, Pain and Fatigue Still Matter in Treat-to-Target Era (CME/CE)

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:15:00

(MedPage Today) -- Drive overall patient satisfaction with therapy

Pelzman's Picks: Will Insurers Cover Expensive Drug?

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 21:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Also, new emphasis on the old-fashioned physical exam

Voters in Seven States Oppose GOP Healthcare Bills

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 20:45:00

(MedPage Today) -- But AMA-commissioned poll finds ACA not much more popular in 'swing states'

ICD Primary Prevention Benefit Affirmed in Meta-Analysis

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 20:30:00

(MedPage Today) -- Even with DANISH, pooled data supports mortality risk reduction

Pearls from: Aaron Waite, MD

Medpage Today | 2017-06-27 20:00:00

(MedPage Today) -- Benefits of LASIK versus contacts



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