Researchers find anti-cancer activity in seaweed

Researchers find anti-cancer activity in seaweed

Researchers found scientific evidence of potent anti-cancer activity in the ethyl acetate fraction. halodule uninervis, a species of seagrass found in the coastal region of Mandapam near Rameswaram in southern Tamil Nadu. The study, claimed to be the first of its kind, aimed to evaluate the in vitro anti-cancer activity of the ethyl acetate fraction … Read more

What are the legal obligations of doctors under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

What are the legal obligations of doctors under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

January 21, 2022 4 minutes of reading Source/Explanations Source: healing interview Descriptions: Iezzoni has not disclosed any relevant financial disclosures. ADD SUBJECTS TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published Please enter your email address to receive an email when new articles are published . ” data-action=”subscribe”> subscribe We were unable to … Read more

Kansas City hospital reports record number of COVID patients

Kansas City hospital reports record number of COVID patients

Healthcare workers at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City care for a severely infected COVID-19 patient in an isolated room in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Tuesday, January 18, 2022. Emily Curiel ecuriel@kcstar.com Medical professionals at the University of Kansas Health System are treating 124 patients with active COVID-19 infections as of Friday, January 21. … Read more

Pakistan is proud to be a pioneer in pig-to-human heart transplant

Pakistan is proud to be a pioneer in pig-to-human heart transplant

Posted on: 22/01/2022 – 02:54 Karachi (AFP) – Friends and former classmates of the Pakistani-born surgeon who performed the world’s first pig-to-human heart transplant say they dedicate it to perfection from his medical school days. Karachi-born Mohammed Mansur Mohiuddin made headlines last week as the co-founder of a US university program that successfully transplanted the … Read more

NY expands absentee voting after ballot defeat | Health, Medicine and Fitness

NY expands absentee voting after ballot defeat |  Health, Medicine and Fitness

By MARINA VILLENEUVE – Associated Press ALBANY, NY (AP) — New Yorkers can again choose to vote absentee rather than risk contracting COVID-19 at polling stations for the remainder of 2022, under a bill signed into law by Government Kathy Hochul on Friday. The House passed the bill by a vote of 100-45 on Wednesday, … Read more

Discovering why some remain sharp after decades – Harvard Journal

Discovering why some remain sharp after decades – Harvard Journal

Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital are tracking down older “super-elders” whose sharp memories avoid typical age-related declines to explore if there are interventions that can improve hope for the rest of us. . Alexandra Touroutoglou, Assistant Professor of Neurology, director of imaging operations in MGH’s Frontotemporal Disorders Unit, and colleagues have … Read more

Air Force Medical Student Called to Work as Interpreter for Released Afghans > US Department of Defense > Story

Air Force Medical Student Called to Work as Interpreter for Released Afghans > US Department of Defense > Story

Uniformed Services Health Sciences University medical student Air Force 2. Lt. Kristen Bishop was doing clinical rotations at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center when she was asked to change her rotations to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a special assignment. In late August 2021, the Department of Defense began removing approximately 130,000 people from … Read more