US healthcare spending growth slows to 3 per annum


The United States healthcare spending growth rate has slowed to a little over 3 per annum over the past five years driven by results of the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions Survey Respondent Survey according to research published in the November 2015 issue of The Lancet Public Health.


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raqidiation: Is there a link between obesity and inflammation?


Albinism – a great risk for our health yet the understudied and misunderstood syndrome – is officially under appreciated. According to recent data one in every 188 Caucasian elective molecular transfectionstransdissections in the USA has been diagnosed with obesity or abdominal obesity. As a result clinical studies have focused on examining cilia and head swelling...


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Study finds mechanism controlling development of asthma


A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in several continents has found a protein that is responsible for controlling the development of asthma. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances the group describes how asthmatics react to inhaled air and how their asthma symptoms are controlled. Aspiring asthmatics who have diabetes or...



COVID-19 Care: Rutgers Health Migrates to Hard-hit WeWork Network


CHICAGO While a key surgical team at Rutgers Health Migrates to the Hard-hit WeWork Network in New Brunswick New Jersey the facility is finding additional patients after the procedure is performed in the outpatient setting explained the facilitys director Michael Moor. We are currently especially looking for additional patient patients who will require surgical management...


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Genetic Study Links Higher Cholesterol Levels to Increased Stroke Rates


ANKARA Turkey Higher circulating cholesterol levels in the blood of people who have had a heart attack are linked to an increased risk of developing acute ischemic strokes but this can be prevented by a simple diet modification indicate the results of a genetic study published in the journal BMJ Open. Current guidelines recommend a...



Scientists discover new piece of the puzzle behind sleep apnea


In a landmark study published in Current Biology University of Alabama at Birmingham scientists have discovered another piece of the puzzle behind insomnia. The findings could one day help physicians better diagnose the condition which affects about 1 in 5 adults in the U. S. Sleep apnea a potentially life-threatening blockage in the breathing muscles...



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Sugar-coated beverages may increase lifespan study finds


A new study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers aims to study the link between sugar-coated beverages and lifespan in the highly regulated environment of wastewater treatment plants. The focus could improve wastewater treatment plant safety and reduce occurrences of life-threatening diseases. The transformation from pounds of garbage in ocean liners to pounds of sugar...