Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Parkinson’s disease detection by simple smell or drawing tests find two...

It is common to think that combat deployment is the most dangerous part of being a warfighter, and in many ways this is correct....

Understanding the rise in NTM infections

Dr. Rebecca Prevots, PhD, MPH Epidemiology Unit, Division of Intramural Research, NIH An interview with Dr. Rebecca Prevots, PhD, MPH, conducted by April...

Shaping the future of oncology treatment

Mark Wildgust Global Medical Affairs, Oncology, Janssen An interview with Mark Wildgust, VP, Global Medical Affairs, Oncology, Janssen conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, MA...

Device to test jaundice, anaemia and oxygen saturation in 0.5 secs...

New Delhi: An Indian scientist has developed a technology which will allow doctors to test for jaundice, anaemia and lack of oxygen in just...

Despite availability of life-saving medicaiton, annual deaths due to fungal meningitis...

International HIV experts have reported approximately 250,000 fungal meningitis cases annually, in the AIDS report, sub-Saharan Africa contributing 73% of cases. This photomicrograph depicts...

FDA warns 14 companies for illegal promotion and selling of cancer...

Brown fat is a tissue well studied in small mammals, where it acts as a heat-producing organ to stay warm in a cold environment....

This Chip Costs One Cent and Can Diagnose Everything From Cancer...

Cheap, Good, and FastWhat do you get when you combine an inkjet printer, 20 minutes, a penny, and a drive to fight global health...

ISN moves to help diabetic patients in Nigeria – Vanguard News

FOREMOST Medical Products supplier, ISN Products Nigeria Limited, is to further the crusade of managing diabetic patients in Nigeria so they could lead a...

Smartmatic warehouse ceiling collapses; probe sought

Former Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chair Francis Tolentino has urged the Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET) to investigate the highly suspicious collapse of the ceiling...

Scientists Can Now Sequence DNA With a Smartphone

It was not so long ago that sequencing even tiny snippets of DNA was a costly, cumbersome process that required access to a state-the-art...