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BrainPort Helps Blinded Soldier See With Tongue
A British soldier who was blinded by a grenade in Iraq three years ago said his life has been transformed since he was fitted with a prototype BrainPort device that allows him to "see" with his tongue.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 03.19.10.
 
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Routine Use Of Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) After Vaccination Not Recommended For Infants, Study
European researchers conducted two trials and concluded that giving infants drugs containing paracetamol (also known as acetaminophen) to reduce fever after vaccination is likely to be counterproductive since they found evidence that it reduced the body's ability to produce a full immune response..

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 10.19.09.
 
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Japan Vaccinates Medical Workers Against Swine Flu
Japan started vaccinating doctors and other health professionals against H1N1 swine flu on Monday, following a government decision to prioritize recipients of the limited vaccine supply which is being produced in Japan.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 10.19.09.
 
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Harvard Medical Study Links Lack of Insurance to 45,000 U.S. Deaths a Year
As the White House and Congress continue debating how best to provide coverage to tens of millions of Americans currently without health insurance, a new study is meant to offer a stark reminder of why lawmakers should continue to try.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.20.09.
 
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White House aims to curb medical malpractice suits
Reporting from Washington - The White House rolled out a modest program Thursday examining ways to discourage frivolous medical malpractice lawsuits, but what was meant as a bipartisan overture was quickly denounced by Republicans and business and consumer groups as an empty gesture.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.20.09.
 
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Plague researcher dies of infection
A University of Chicago researcher studying the genetics of the plague bacteria died last week from an infection he may have gotten in the laboratory, officials said Saturday.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.20.09.
 
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What Is Kawasaki Disease? What Causes Kawasaki Disease?
Kawasaki disease is a rare syndrome of unknown origin that causes high fever, reddening of the eyes (conjunctivitis), lips and mucous membrane of the mouth, gingivitis (ulcerative gum disease), swollen neck glands and a bright red rash over the skin of the hands and feet, in young children.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.20.09.
 
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A Doctor for Disease, a Shaman for the Soul
The patient in Room 328 had diabetes and hypertension. But when Va Meng Lee, a Hmong shaman, began the healing process by looping a coiled thread around the patient’s wrist, Mr. Lee’s chief concern was summoning the ailing man’s runaway soul.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.20.09.
 
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Imaging Features Of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms Of The Pancreas
Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasms (IPMN) can evolve through all biological stages, from slight dysplasia to carcinoma.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.17.09.
 
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New Drug For Hand Contracture Disorder Gets FDA Panel Support
An expert advisory panel to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has voted unanimously to recommend federal approval of a new drug to combat the hand disorder known as Dupuytren's contracture, a debilitating condition where collagen progressively accumulates in the hand causing fingers...

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.17.09.
 
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Detecting DNA Damage To Radiation Incident Victims
For years scientists have struggled to find quick ways of assessing the extent of radiation damage, at a cellular level, in those involved in radiological and nuclear incidents.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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Reported Success Of Injecting Clinics
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) welcomed findings from the Randomised Injectable Opioid Treatment Trial (RIOTT), which indicated that injecting clinics could significantly reduce the amount of "street" heroin used by "entrenched" users who have not benefitted from other interventions.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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The Psychosocial Impact Of The Internet
The internet now plays a major role in many people's lives. Over the last 20 years psychologists have built up a substantial body of knowledge about people's social interactions in cyberspace.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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Scientists Discover New Clues About How The Immune System Works
British researchers have made a new discovery about how the immune system works.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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Degree Of Difficulty In Performing Daily Activities Is Associated With Progression To Dementia
Mild cognitive impairment is often considered a transitional state between normal cognitive function and Alzheimer's dementia.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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Prostate Cancer Survival Improving Among Older Men Who Have Conservative Management
Older men whose localized prostated cancer is not aggressively treated with surgery or radiation but follows a conservative management regime also known as "watchful waiting" are surviving longer, according to a new US study.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.
 
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Implantable Defibrillators Do Not Reduce Sudden Cardiac Death In Women, Study
US researchers found that using implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICDs) in women with heart failure did not reduce their chances of sudden cardiac death.

Posted by The Medesprit Team on 09.16.09.


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