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‘A Decrease in Need’: Home Care Agencies Face Less Profitable Transportation Lines Amid COVID-19

Over the past several years, many home care agencies have invested heavily in transportation business lines to help their clients stay connected and active within their communities. The industry’s turn to transportation has been so popular, that ride services are often seen as core offerings… Read More »‘A Decrease in Need’: Home Care Agencies Face Less Profitable Transportation Lines Amid COVID-19

Doctor On Demand Raises $75M to Expand Comprehensive Virtual Care Platform

What You Should Know – Doctor On Demand raises $75M in Series D funding led by General Atlantic to expand comprehensive virtual care. – Doctor On Demand is seeing record usage this year – up 139% – for COVID-19 screenings, routine health issues, chronic conditions and behavioral health. San Francisco, CA-based Doctor… Read More »Doctor On Demand Raises $75M to Expand Comprehensive Virtual Care Platform

VA, Philips to Create World’s Largest Tele-Critical Care System for Veterans

What You Should Know: – U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs selects Philips to create the world’s largest tele-critical care system, further integrating tele-health and delivering quality care for veterans. – The ten-year contract, which enables VA to invest up to $100 million with Philips for tele-critical care… Read More »VA, Philips to Create World’s Largest Tele-Critical Care System for Veterans

Biogen, Eisai complete submission of controversial Alzheimer’s drug. The ball is in FDA’s court now.

The FDA has 60 days to decide whether or not to accept the application. An analyst wrote that the agency accepting it with a priority or standard review may signal whether the agency is seriously considering approval or has continued reservations about the amyloid beta-targeting… Read More »Biogen, Eisai complete submission of controversial Alzheimer’s drug. The ball is in FDA’s court now.

Equipoise and Its Problems

By MICHEL ACCAD, MD I recently participated in a debate opposing me to Professor Adam Cifu on the topic of “Evidence-based medicine in the age of COVID.” The debate took place on an episode of Dr. Chadi Nabhan’s Outspoken Oncology podcast. Dr. Saurabh Jha was the… Read More »Equipoise and Its Problems

Mirror image tumor treatment

Our immune system ought to be able to recognize and kill tumor cells. However, many tumors deceive the immune system. For example, they induce the so-called immune checkpoints of T-cells to shut down immune responses.Scientists have now introduced a new approach for immunological tumor treatment.… Read More »Mirror image tumor treatment

Window into virus surge: Death, recovery at a Houston hospital

Nearly 80% of the state’s hospital beds are in use, and intensive-care units are filling up in some of the state’s biggest cities, including San Antonio and Houston, where leaders are warning health facilities could become overwhelmed in the coming days.

The Most Promising COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates In The Pipeline To Watch Out For

Coronavirus pandemic has infected over 10 million people worldwide with over half a million casualties. The lock-down and other restriction measures such as social distancing have somehow slowed down the virus spread initially. But these steps have caused many serious humanitarian and economic consequences. Countries… Read More »The Most Promising COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates In The Pipeline To Watch Out For

Vee Remedies

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Sodium Hypochlorite Solution: Becoming Popular in the Recent COVID-19 Outbreak, Is it a Safe Disinfectant?

Sodium Hypochlorite. If you’re not familiar with this chemical compound then maybe its common household name – chlorine bleach, would ring a bell. But, with the urgent need to keep our surroundings sanitized and disinfected, in this Coronavirus Outbreak, sodium hypochlorite solution has become a… Read More »Sodium Hypochlorite Solution: Becoming Popular in the Recent COVID-19 Outbreak, Is it a Safe Disinfectant?

Activists see Purdue bankruptcy case as last chance to call Sacklers to account

The family behind the firm that made OxyContin denies wrongdoing – but numerous cases against them have been halted while a court deliberates With most Americans transfixed for months by the election, Donald Trump’s impeachment, the coronavirus and economic catastrophes and anti-racism protests, the nation’s… Read More »Activists see Purdue bankruptcy case as last chance to call Sacklers to account

Best Obstetrics and Gynaecology Treatment Hospitals in Gurgaon

Best Obstetrics and Gynaecology Treatment Hospitals in Gurgaon : A woman’s body experiences many changes, especially during her reproductive period. As a result, a lady undergoes significant changes within the body which may cause many health issues. To be healthy, the best doctors in Gurgaon recommend that ladies should choose regular check-ups with one among the Best Obstetrics and Gynaecology… Read More »Best Obstetrics and Gynaecology Treatment Hospitals in Gurgaon

Should employers ban soda?

A paper by Basu et al. (2020) argue that banning soda sales would be cost effective for employers. Employers largely bear the cost of adverse health impacts of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB, aka soda); they also may lose revenue if drinks that are sold on site… Read More »Should employers ban soda?

Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases- Driving the Demand for Self-Administration Devices, Like Autoinjectors

Over the last decade, autoinjectors have emerged as a promising therapeutic commodity for safe administration of parenteral therapies. Patients who suffer from chronic diseases, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, often require frequent dosing of medication which poses significant inconvenience to them for… Read More »Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases- Driving the Demand for Self-Administration Devices, Like Autoinjectors

Romaco Introduces New Robotic Microdosing Machine Specially Designed for Filling Potent and Cytostatic Medicines

The MicroRobot 50 microdosing machine is Romaco Macofar’s innovative high-tech solution for filling cytostatic powders into vials. Three anthropomorphic robots ensure reliable processes protected by an isolator. Romaco Macofar’s MicroRobot 50 is a robotic microdosing machine that is specially designed for filling potent and cytostatic… Read More »Romaco Introduces New Robotic Microdosing Machine Specially Designed for Filling Potent and Cytostatic Medicines

GSK, Medicago Collaborate on Covid-19 Vaccine Candidate

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Medicago have announced a collaboration for the development and evaluation of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The collaboration was revealed in a July 7, 2020 press release. The candidate vaccine will combine Medicago s recombinant coronavirus virus-like particles (

[Podcast] How to Find and Select the Ideal Healthcare Marketing Agency: 8 Smart Steps

Ed Bennett, Founder, MarTech.Health What’s the best way to choose a healthcare marketing agency? While I (Stewart) have plenty of ideas about the process of picking the best healthcare marketing agency for your hospital, medical practice, or healthcare network, I thought it would be valuable to… Read More »[Podcast] How to Find and Select the Ideal Healthcare Marketing Agency: 8 Smart Steps

BARDA, DoD give Regeneron $450M contract for Covid-19 antiviral drug

The contract covers manufacture and supply of the two-antibody drug cocktail REGN-COV2. The company had announced Monday that it entered the drug into three late-stage clinical studies, both as a treatment for existing SARS-CoV-2 infections and a preventive treatment for healthy exposed people.

What patients need right now

  Lockdown is a “prison like” experience, for Londoner Annabelle Ume, who suffers from myalgic encephalomyelitis. “It’s very similar to being trapped in a bunker with no access outside,” says Ume.    Many other fellow sufferers are enduring pandemic enforced isolation without much hope. “They… Read More »What patients need right now

Thanks to a new drug for cystic fibrosis, I can plan a future I thought I’d never have | Isabelle Jani-Friend

With the NHS deal on Kaftrio, I’m likely to live longer. This is why swift access to novel treatments is so important It’s been 15 weeks since I went into isolation to shield from Covid-19 – having cystic fibrosis (CF) put me in the high-risk… Read More »

Thanks to a new drug for cystic fibrosis, I can plan a future I thought I’d never have | Isabelle Jani-Friend

Regeneron’s cocktail antibody, REGN-COV2; J&J’s manufacturing-spree; ObsEva’s Yselty top-line studies

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals launches the Phase III trials of REGN-COV2 for treatment and prevention of COVID-19.   Regeneron is running two trials simultaneously, one for prevention and other for treatment, with the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Phase III trial is studying… Read More »

Regeneron’s cocktail antibody, REGN-COV2; J&J’s manufacturing-spree; ObsEva’s Yselty top-line studies

ENT Treatment in Gurgaon | Objectives, Specialties and other Services

ENT Treatment in Gurgaon : Otolaryngology or ENT is that the branch of drugs and surgery that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat. However, it also deals with certain associated illnesses at the bottom of the skull and neck also, which could include benign and malignant tumors in these regions. Origin… Read More »ENT Treatment in Gurgaon | Objectives, Specialties and other Services

Comparing Private Payer and Medicare Payment Rates for Select Inpatient Hospital Services

This issue brief analyzes hospital payments paid by private payers and by Medicare for a selection of inpatient services, including services requiring similar inpatient treatments to those used for COVID-19. It finds that private insurance payments for such services vary widely and exceed Medicare payment… Read More »Comparing Private Payer and Medicare Payment Rates for Select Inpatient Hospital Services

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Volume 55, Issue 2, Page 157-164, February 2021. Background:The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings.Objectives:This study aimed to investigate association the between… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Background: The difference in type of antibiotics and susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to antibiotics may influence warfarin anticoagulation. However, these influences have not been clarified in clinical settings. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate association the between the prothrombin… Read More »Association Between the Prothrombin Time–International Normalized Ratio and Concomitant Use of Antibiotics in Warfarin Users: Focus on Type of Antibiotic and Susceptibility of Bacteroides fragilis to Antibiotics

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of ferric maltol (FM), an oral iron formulation, for iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Data Sources: A MEDLINE/PubMed and EMBASE (January 1, 1985, to June 19, 2020) literature search was performed using… Read More »Ferric Maltol: A New Oral Iron Formulation for the Treatment of Iron Deficiency in Adults

Reflections on Death with Dignity

Reflections on Death with Dignity Facing a painful death from incurable cancer, Brittany Maynard had to move to Oregon so she could control her destiny & die with dignity. Why do so few states allow this? The Doctor Weighs In

Sorrel to Open a New Manufacturing Facility

Sorrel Medical, an Israel-based developer and manufacturer of wearable drug delivery devices, announced on July 7, 2020 that it is opening a new manufacturing facility with cleanroom facilities to further scale its wearable drug delivery devices. According to a company press release, the n

Musculoskeletal disorders: Resources for group discussions in the workplace

07/07/2020 Musculoskeletal disorders: Resources for group discussions in the workplace souce: napofilm.net Two resource kits to tackle musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the workplace are now available in many languages and can be used in combination. The MSD conversation starters facilitate group discussions in the workplace… Read More »Musculoskeletal disorders: Resources for group discussions in the workplace

NY count: 6,300 virus patients were sent to nursing homes

New York hospitals released more than 6,300 recovering coronavirus patients into nursing homes during the height of the pandemic under a controversial, now-scrapped policy, but state officials argued it was not to blame for high death tolls.

Researchers develop software to find drug-resistant bacteria

The program could make it easier to identify the deadly antimicrobial resistant bacteria that exist in the environment. Such superbugs annually cause more than 2.8 million difficult-to-treat pneumonia or bloodstream infections and 35,000 deaths in the US.

Compounds halt SARS-CoV-2 replication by targeting key viral enzyme

New research identifies several existing compounds that block replication of the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2) within human cells grown in the laboratory. The inhibitors all demonstrated potent chemical and structural interactions with a viral protein critical to the virus’s ability to proliferate.

Webinar – A Pragmatic Approach to Patient Support Program Design — Implement Technology at the Right Time to Deliver Greater Program and Patient Insight

Sponsored by Covance Watch now Technology is often touted as a silver bullet, but often the promise falls short of the unrealistic expectation of a tech driven utopia. Knowing when to deploy which technologies requires a pragmatism that balances technology with people and processes to… Read More »Webinar – A Pragmatic Approach to Patient Support Program Design — Implement Technology at the Right Time to Deliver Greater Program and Patient Insight

Novel protein drives cancer progression

Researchers have discovered a protein that drives the progression of esophageal cancer and liver cancer and it could be a promising target for cancer drug development.

Virtual Panel – Combination Products Post Marketing Safety Reporting (PMSR): An Expert Panel Discussion on PMSR Challenges and Preparation for Upcoming Reporting Expectations

Sponsored by Covance Register The PMSR regulations for drugs, devices, and biological products share many similarities, each set of regulations establishes distinct reporting requirements, including reporting triggers and timeframes. In this virtual webinar, expert panelists will provide an overview of the combination product PMSR final… Read More »Virtual Panel – Combination Products Post Marketing Safety Reporting (PMSR): An Expert Panel Discussion on PMSR Challenges and Preparation for Upcoming Reporting Expectations

How the body regulates scar tissue growth after heart attacks

New research conducted in mice could explain why some people suffer more extensive scarring than others after a heart attack. The study reveals that a protein known as type 5 collagen plays a critical role in regulating the size of scar tissue in the heart.

Rising Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Infection Prevalence Poses A Major Public Health Concern

The Nontuberculous mycobacterial infection market worth is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% by 2030 owing to robust NTM infection pipeline, rising prevalence among immunocompromised as well as immunocompetent populations, and a considerable shift towards branded therapeutics options. Planet Earth hosts a diversity… Read More »Rising Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Infection Prevalence Poses A Major Public Health Concern

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Volume 55, Issue 3, Page 318-329, March 2021. ObjectiveTo review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy.Data SourcesThe PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089.Study Selection and… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Ahead of Print. Objective: To review the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of oral cenobamate in the treatment of uncontrolled focal epilepsy. Data Sources: The PubMed database and ClinicalTrials.gov were searched using the following terms: cenobamate, Xcopri, and YKP3089. Study Selection and Data… Read More »Cenobamate: A New Adjunctive Agent for Drug-Resistant Focal Onset Epilepsy

How much Best IVF Center in Delhi NCR is useful for your Sex life?

Best IVF Center in Delhi NCR : Each month during a natural cycle, your body withdraws one gumball (egg) from the machine (your ovaries). That egg is either healthy or unhealthy. As you age, you’ve got fewer gumballs within the machine, and a better percentage of the gumballs are unhealthy, lowering the probabilities that the one… Read More »How much Best IVF Center in Delhi NCR is useful for your Sex life?

OSH in the spotlight for recruitment and retention in European Social Services sector

06/07/2020 OSH in the spotlight for recruitment and retention in European Social Services sector Photo by Dylan Gillis on Unsplash  Social services sector is one of the fastest growing economic sectors. Nonetheless, many employers experience major difficulties in recruiting and retaining an appropriately trained and skilled… Read More »OSH in the spotlight for recruitment and retention in European Social Services sector

Silks and shells can repair human tissue

Under the EU-funded project REMIX, researchers from Europe and Asia have joined forces to turn natural textile and food fibres, including silk and shells, into cutting-edge medical applications such as prosthetics and human tissue repair.

Silks and shells can repair human tissue

Under the EU-funded project REMIX, researchers from Europe and Asia have joined forces to turn natural textile and food fibres, including silk and shells, into cutting-edge medical applications such as prosthetics and human tissue repair.

Events – Closing webinar of the Scientific Panel for Health – ‘Recommendations for health research in Europe – Design for Impact’ – 13 July 2020, Online

The Scientific Panel for Health, SPH, was established under Horizon 2020 as ‘a science-led stakeholder platform which elaborates scientific input, [expected to] provide a coherent scientific focused analysis of research and innovation bottlenecks and opportunities related to [health], contribute to the definition of [its] research… Read More »Events – Closing webinar of the Scientific Panel for Health – ‘Recommendations for health research in Europe – Design for Impact’ – 13 July 2020, Online

Vetter and Rentschler Team Up for Strategic Collaboration

Vetter and Rentschler Biopharma announced on July 6, 2020 that they are entering into a strategic collaboration to increase their services and offer corresponding skills and experience along the biopharmaceutical value chain. The agreement will combine Rentschler s experience in drug subst

Can You Believe in Science and Still Vote for Trump?

Can You Believe in Science and Still Vote for Trump? Most people understand the primacy of scientific facts in ordering our personal and public life, but a more primal imperative, tribalism, often wins out. The Doctor Weighs In

Open vacancy for OSH-interested: One-week study visit to CIOP-PIB Warsaw

05/07/2020 Open vacancy for OSH-interested: One-week study visit to CIOP-PIB Warsaw Photo by Aaron Burden via unsplash.com The Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute (CIOP-PIB) offers a one-week study visit at the Tech-Safe-Bio Laboratory, Warsaw, Poland in late September 2020. The recruitment… Read More »Open vacancy for OSH-interested: One-week study visit to CIOP-PIB Warsaw

Mental Health After a Disaster: Lessons from Katrina

Mental Health After a Disaster: Lessons from Katrina The RISK studies on survivors’ mental health after the Katrina disaster provide a road map of how we should respond to disastrous hurricanes in the future. The Doctor Weighs In

WHO says trials show malaria and HIV drugs don’t cut Covid-19 hospital deaths

Hydroxychloroquine and lopinavir/ritonavir not found to help patients in hospital Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday that it was discontinuing its trials of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and combination HIV drug lopinavir/ritonavir for patients… Read More »

WHO says trials show malaria and HIV drugs don’t cut Covid-19 hospital deaths

How to improve your IVF success rate? | Best IVF Center in Gurgaon

Best IVF Center in Gurgaon : Are you considering in vitro fertilization (IVF) to urge pregnant? There are many various options you’ll explore to assist you increase your IVF success rates. By preparing for your IVF, you’re ready to support your hormonal and genital system, nourish your body, have nutrients available during the crucial early stages of… Read More »How to improve your IVF success rate? | Best IVF Center in Gurgaon