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Flu in pregnancy changes fetal brain THE brains of monkeys whose mothers had flu while pregnant resemble those of people with schizophrenia. The... Read more
Bumpology: Men go through pregnancy too Bumpology is our new weekly column on the science behind pregnancy, written by our reporter whose own b... Read more
Intestine grown from stem cells for the first time HUMAN intestinal tissue has been made in the lab for the first time from stem cells. The achi... Read more
Researchers Make Critical Leukemia Stem Cell Discovery Researchers at King's College London have discovered that leukaemic stem cells can be rev... Read more
Protein Offers New Clue To Cause And Treatment For Kidney Disease University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers have pinpointed a protein that... Read more
Personalities, Politics Emerge From Decision's Aftermath Personalities and politics swirl around news about Monday's ruling in the Virginia heal... Read more
DEFINITIONS 1. What is an adverse drug event (ADE)? An adverse drug event is “an injury resulting from the use of a drug. Under this definition, ... Read more
Definition Petersdorf and Beeson defined pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO) in 1961.1 It is defined as: * A temperature greater than 38.3°C ... Read more
What is Ethics in Research & Why is It Important? by David B. Resnik, J.D., Ph.D. When most people think of ethics (or morals), they think of r... Read more
Doctors in India are questioning the ethics of a study which observed the natural course of precancerous uterine cervical lesions without treatment... Read more
(Reuters) - Do you like Marilyn Monroe or Johnny Cash better? Researchers in California have homed in on the individual brain cells that help make ... Read more
(Reuters) - Scientists studying swine flu have found that 70 children died from it in England in a 9 month period during the H1N1 pandemic and deat... Read more
(Reuters Health) - Sleep-deprived new moms and dads can't wait to have their baby sleep through the night. A new study suggests that about half of ... Read more
(Reuters) - Pancreatic cancer grows slowly, taking years and even decades to develop, a finding that offers the chance to catch it early and cure i... Read more
(Reuters) - Here are some facts about malaria: * It is a parasitic infection transmitted by mosquitoes. * About 40 percent of the world's pop... Read more
(Reuters) - Eliminating malaria can be achieved only with repeated investment over the long term and will require a major shift in policy and fundi... Read more
(Reuters Health) - If you believe the ads from drugmakers such as Solvay Pharmaceuticals, you might well think that getting a testosterone prescrip... Read more
(Reuters) - Scientists have found three new gene variations linked to the development of Hodgkin lymphoma, one of the most common cancers in young ... Read more
(Reuters Health) - The monounsaturated fats found in vegetable oils, nuts and avocados can help boost a person's "good" cholesterol levels when add... Read more
(Reuters) - Commonly used diabetes drugs such as metformin may help control lung cancer, and may help prevent it, U.S. researchers reported on Tues... Read more
The world is full of Good Samaritans; you’ll find many of them in your own body. James J. Collins, a biologist at Boston University, has found that... Read more
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic autoimmune disorder. SLE may affect the skin, joints, kidneys, and other organs. Causes SLE (... Read more
Definition Petersdorf and Beeson defined pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO) in 1961.1 It is defined as: * A temperature greater than 38.3°C ... Read more
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