While big cities, like Las Vegas or Birmingham for example, may have a high concentration of mental health professionals, rural areas likely have significantly fewer clinicians.Policy makers should also recognize that people with mental health conditions want to be heard by other people who are dealing with their same challenges.
A British man is on the verge of becoming the first person in the world to be cured of HIV using a new therapy designed by a team of scientists from five United Kingdom universities.A team of UK scientists from five research institutions has been working on the treatment therapy over the past few years, and the researchers are optimistic that the world’s first HIV cure could soon be a reality.
Together with his friend Hayden Fulstone, Brandin co-founded Liquid I., now a three-year-old startup producing a hydration powder drink mix that seeks to eradicate global dehydration.
24, 2016, in Nature Medicine, focused on triple-negative breast cancer also characterized by high levels of a cancer-driving protein called MYC (pronounced "mick").This strategy grew out of previous work in the Goga's laboratory showing that MYC expression is disproportionately higher in triple-negative tumors than in tumors expressing hormone receptors and/or HER2.
The journalist and presenter caused a stir in May when she was spotted wearing a pair of white sports shoes to read the news.She said: “I was about 10 feet up, then I landed and smashed my heel and dislocated the bone above it.
According to a research of Swedish researchers at the Karolinska Institute, which showed that those who consumed more than two 200 ml units of sweet drinks a day doubled the risk of diabetes Type 2.Reference: Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to function properly, or the body’s cells don’t react to insulin.
1, about a week before national elections in which the GOP remains committed to a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act.Window-shopping for plans and premiums is already available through HealthCare.
Think autism and an image of an awkward boy typically emerges, but the way autism strikes girls — or doesn't — may help reveal some of the developmental disorder's frustrating secrets.And some girls do not show symptoms of autism even when they have the same genetic mutations seen in boys with the condition.
A nurse who contracted the Ebola virus while treating the first person diagnosed with the deadly disease in the United States has reached a settlement with the Dallas hospital where she was in a team caring for the man, a statement on Monday said.Terms of the deal between the hospital's owner, Texas Health Resources, and nurse Nina Pham, the first person infected with Ebola in the United States, were not disclosed.
The results of a new study may have some parents rethinking whether they allow their children to play football.The study included 25 players between the ages of 8 and 13 and was centered on a youth program in Winston-Salem, N.
There are hundreds of creative ways to sneak fruits and vegetables past the wrinkled noses of even the pickiest children.But what happens when the food industry does the food sneaking for us?
A self-styled doctor and three of his patients died in a south Indian village after drinking a poisonous herbal medicine which he claimed cured diabetes and hypertension, officials said Tuesday.The doctor, named by police as Muthupandi, first drank the herbal mix to prove its efficacy before giving it to five of his patients from the village, the police officer told AFP.
New Delhi: A self-styled doctor and three of his patients died in a south Indian village after drinking a poisonous herbal medicine which he claimed cured diabetes and hypertension, officials said Tuesday.The doctor, named by police as Muthupandi, first drank the herbal mix to prove its efficacy before giving it to five of his patients from the village, the police officer told AFP.
To improve our understanding of epidemics, University at Buffalo researchers are inviting Erie and Niagara County residents to take part in a smartphone survey to track the flu starting this fall.Those who fully complete the survey will be eligible to receive a minimum $50 gift card.
The phrenic nerve controls voluntary and involuntary breathing, such as during sleep, by transmitting signals from the brain and spinal cord to the esophagus.The nerve's signals cause the diaphragm to contract, resulting in expansion of the chest cavity and inhalation of air into the lungs.
Living with too high blood sugar is like having a car with a little oil leak.Too few carbohydrates can actually cause blood sugar to run high for some people with diabetes.
It recommends that children ages 11 and 12 receive two doses of the HPV vaccine at least six months apart; 13- and 14-year-olds may also use this schedule.People who start the series at 15 through 26 still need three doses, it said.
More than 100,000 London patients received the most advanced care in the NHS last year after being enrolled in pioneering clinical trials, it was revealed today.Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS trust topped the national annual league table for clinical research, with 27,813 patients taking part in studies in 2015/16.
Age is one of the factors that increase heart disease risks for both sexes.He or she can help you understand what lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of heart disease.
Rollout of the Essential training for primary health care workers on the integrated management of hypertension and diabetes in Ukraine
The first training of trainers for the Essential training for primary health care workers on the integrated management of hypertension and diabetes took place in Kyiv, Ukraine on 17-19 October, 2016 followed by the first cascade trainings for one hundred primary health care (PHC) doctors and nurses on October 20-21.A two-day long Essential Training was developed by national group of experts with the technical support from the World Health Organisation (WHO), and suggested for further implementation in Ukraine.