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No ordinary crate, this organization tool is lightweight and durable. A collapsible crate built to provide total utility and flexibility in transportation and storage, it can ...
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Product News BaxMAX Lumbar Support System

The BaxMAX belt was created to prevent spine compression altogether by taking the body weight off the spine. Our belt features a patented pulley system incorporated into the d...
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Life-Saving Post-ER Suicide Prevention Strategies Are Cost Effective

Three interventions designed for follow up of patients who are identified with suicide risk in hospital emergency departments save lives and are cost effective relative to usu...
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NUS Scientists Combine Antimalarial Drug With Light Sensitive Molecules For Promising Treatment Of Cancer

Artemisinin, a potent anti-malarial drug, has been widely hailed as a promising alternative cancer treatment. Scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) recent...
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Poll: Parents Not Confident Schools Can Assist Child With Chronic Disease, Mental Health Issues

If your child had an asthma attack during the school day, would school personnel know how to respond? Which staff at your child’s school would recognize and assist an element...
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Medical Students Not Trained To Prescribe Medical Marijuana

Although 29 states and the District of Columbia allow marijuana use for medical purposes, few medical students are being trained how to prescribe the drug. Researchers at Was...
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Insult To Injury: US Workers Without Paid Sick Leave Suffer From Mental Distress

Only seven states in the United States have mandatory paid sick leave laws; yet, fifteen states have passed preemptive legislation prohibiting localities from passing sick lea...
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Stay Informed And Pay Attention To Your Body To Prevent Or Combat Gynecologic Cancers

Gynecologic cancers affect any area of the female reproductive organs (uterus, cervix, ovaries, vulva). For 2017, the American Cancer Society estimates more than 100,000 new c...
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New Clues To How A Successful HIV Vaccine Could Work

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have made a discovery that could speed efforts to develop a successful HIV vaccine. The scientists found that on the HIV e...
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People With Schizophrenia Are Dying Younger

People with schizophrenia have a mortality rate that is three times greater each year than those without schizophrenia, and die on average, eight years earlier than people wit...
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American Academy Of Pediatrics Announces Its First Recommendations On Tattoos, Piercings

Tattoos and body piercings are an increasingly popular form of self-expression, but it is important for young people to carefully consider the consequences and potential risks...
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Time To Dial Back On Diabetes Treatment In Older Patients? Study Finds 11 Percent Are Overtreated

Anyone with diabetes who takes blood sugar medication knows their doctor prescribed it to help them. After all, the long-term effects of elevated blood sugar can harm everythi...
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Need For Epinephrine In Schools -- And Staff Trained To Administer It

With school nurses often covering multiple buildings, nearly one in five students who experience severe allergic reactions are given potentially life-saving epinephrine inject...
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One Vaccine Injection Could Carry Many Doses

MIT engineers have invented a new 3-D fabrication method that can generate a novel type of drug-carrying particle that could allow multiple doses of a drug or vaccine to be de...
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Study Of Transplanted Hearts Reveals Risk Gene For Cardiovascular Disease

In the largest transcriptome study to date, an international research team analysed the RNA of transplanted hearts and discovered a number of new risk factors for dilated card...
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ScanSmart: New Patient Safety Initiative Calls For Cool Heads When Using CT Scans On Kids

As young athletes head onto the football field or soccer pitch this fall, there's greater awareness about the risk of concussions and other head injuries. In New Jersey hospit...
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Rehabilitation Psychologists Provide Pathways To Quality Of Life For The Injured, Ill

When a person experiences a traumatic injury or illness, much emphasis is placed on physical care and rehabilitation. But traumatic events, such as injury, chronic illness and...
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Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy Designates Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, a Certified Duchenne Care Center

Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children (Nemours) in Wilmington, Delaware, became the 17th clinic named a Certified Duchenne Care Center by Parent Project Muscular Dystr...
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Chronic Pain Common In People Living With HIV

Because ongoing pain is a significant problem that affects 39 to 85% of people living with HIV, everyone with the infection should be assessed for chronic pain, recommend guid...
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Large-Scale, Collaborative Effort Could Help Ease Global Hearing Loss

A team of hearing experts at Duke University School of Medicine and the Duke Global Health Institute is calling for a comprehensive, worldwide initiative to combat hearing los...
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International Biophysics Introduces Their Next Generation Of The AffloVest® Fully Mobile Respiratory Airway Clearance Vest

International Biophysics Corporation, a global medical device manufacturer and the pioneer of mechanical oscillation vest therapy, introduced its next generation AffloVest ful...
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Raising The Bar For Nursing Education - Laerdal Medical Introduces Nursing Anne Simulator

The role and responsibilities within nursing have undergone profound changes within the last twenty-five years, resulting in a stronger emphasis on patient-centered care, diag...
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Emergency Nurses Association Prepares Nurses To Respond To Natural Disasters And Mass Casualty Incidents

In the midst of a historical hurricane season, emergency responders in hard-hit areas are faced with an influx of seriously injured patients. Operations can be made even more ...
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SIDS Research Confirms Changes In Babies' Brain Chemistry

University of Adelaide researchers have confirmed that abnormalities in a common brain chemical are linked to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). In the first study of its k...
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