Login / Register

Username:


Password: [Lost?]



New User? Click here for your FREE subscription



Laboratory Professionals
Laboratory Professionals Laboratory Professionals
News | NEWS-Line for Laboratory Professionals

Follow Us


NEWS-Line on Twitter NEWS-Line on Facebook NEWS-Line on Google+ NEWS-Line on LinkedIn NEWS-Line on Pinterest

Loading Events...

Latest Laboratory News


Cedars-Sinai Investigators Validate the Accuracy of Novel Stool Imaging via Smartphone

An innovative mobile phone application was found to be as good as expert gastroenterologists at characterizing stool specimens, according to a study by Cedars-Sinai. The arti...
Full Article


Make Summer a Season for Safe Listening, Says ASHA

With the unofficial kickoff to summer on Memorial Day Weekend, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is urging the public to remember to use hearing protecti...
Full Article


Depression, Loneliness Associated With Increased Hospitalization Risk After Covid-19, NIH-Funded Study Suggests

People who reported in a survey that they felt worried, depressed or lonely had a greater chance of being hospitalized after a COVID-19 diagnosis, suggests a study funded by t...
Full Article


NIH-Funded Studies Reveal Credible Estimates For Alzheimer’s-Like Brain Disorder Prevalence

New National Institutes of Health-funded research shows that the prevalence of brain changes from Limbic-predominant Age-related TDP-43 Encephalopathy (LATE) may be roughly 40...
Full Article


Is My Scratchy Throat Allergies or Omicron?

Around 60 million Americans suffer from itching, coughing, and sneezing caused by seasonal allergies each spring, according to the CDC. And while these symptoms aren’t typical...
Full Article


Study: Medicine for Inflammatory Bowel Disease May Protect Against Severe COVID-19

Getting the COVID-19 vaccination strengthened one type of immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients even though they were taking imm...
Full Article


Treating Chronic Hypertension In Early Pregnancy Benefits Parents, Babies

Adults treated with medication for high blood pressure present before or during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy, defined as chronic hypertension in pregnancy, had fewer advers...
Full Article


Electrical Pulses To The Back Of The Neck Found To Restore Breathing After Drug Use

Breathing difficulties are the main cause of death following opioid use. In the UK, the number of adults entering treatment for opioid use was 140,863 in 2020/211 and opioid u...
Full Article


UCI Research Finds Parents’ Unpredictable Behavior May Impair Optimal Brain Circuit Formation

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine are conducting pioneering research into the concept that unpredictable parental behaviors, together with unpredictable envi...
Full Article


Brain Cell Activity Plays Critical Role in CNS Disorder Outcomes

Investigators at Cedars-Sinai have comprehensively mapped molecular activity in the brain and spinal cord that is responsible for regulating the body's response to central ner...
Full Article


Aphasia: Relatively Unknown but Common

Despite affecting millions of American adults, most people are not familiar with aphasia. During June, recognized nationally as Aphasia Awareness Month, the American Speech-La...
Full Article


First Blood Test to Diagnose Bipolar Disorder

Alcediag, a French company specializing in precision psychiatry and a pioneer in biological diagnosis in mental health, announces the publication, in Nature: Translational Psy...
Full Article


Five Ways To Keep Your Skin Safe While Enjoying The Sunshine

With temperatures hitting a whopping 95 degrees in the Northeast this weekend, everyone is craving some serious outdoor time! However, too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) ra...
Full Article


Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Expands Clinical Trial Resources for Patients

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF), the nation’s leading pulmonary fibrosis research, education, and advocacy organization, has developed new materials and tools for peop...
Full Article


Scientists Identify Characteristics To Better Define Long Covid

A research team supported by the National Institutes of Health has identified characteristics of people with long COVID and those likely to have it. Scientists, using machine ...
Full Article


NIH Begins Clinical Trial Evaluating Second Covid-19 Booster Shots In Adults

A Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating various additional COVID-19 booster shots has begun enrolling adult participants in the United States. The trial aims to understand if diff...
Full Article


Good Hydration May Reduce Long-Term Risks For Heart Failure

Staying well-hydrated may be associated with a reduced risk for developing heart failure, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Their findings, which ...
Full Article


New Tablet Controller Improves Home Use Of Epidural Stimulation For Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury

When Keith Smith recently got a new tablet, it wasn’t for watching videos or scanning social media. Instead, this tablet allows Smith, who has tetraplegia, more independent ...
Full Article


Cedars-Sinai Experts Explain How They Track COVID-19 Variants and What It Will Take to Finally Beat the Pandemic

As mask mandates disappear across the U.S., many are eager to return to pre-pandemic life. But scientists warn against letting down our guard too soon, pointing out that new v...
Full Article


Gastrointestinal Issues Linked With Anxiety, Social Withdrawal For Kids With Autism

Children with autism spectrum disorder tend to experience gastrointestinal issues, such as constipation and stomach pain, at a higher rate than their neurotypical peers. Some ...
Full Article


Meet the Omaha Nurse Inspiring People Living with MS

How can you exercise safely and effectively if your body doesn’t always do what your brain says to do? This is a question faced by millions of people who live with Multiple S...
Full Article


NIH’s All of Us Research Program Releases First Genomic Dataset of Nearly 100,000 Whole Genome Sequences

Nearly 100,000 highly diverse whole genome sequences are now available through the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program. About 50% of the data is from in...
Full Article


Inflation, War Push Stress To Alarming Levels At Two-Year Covid-19 Anniversary

Two years after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, inflation, money issues and the war in Ukraine have pushed U.S. stress to alarming levels, a...
Full Article


Lead As a Social Determinant of Child and Adolescent Physiological Stress and Behavior

Lead is an environmental neurotoxicant that causes neurocognitive deficits and cardiovascular and metabolic disorders. It also disproportionately affects socially disadvantage...
Full Article


Clinical Decision Support System Reduces Cardiovascular Risk In Patients With Serious Mental Illness

In a new study, researchers demonstrated that they can significantly lower cardiovascular risk for patients with severe mental illness (SMI) by using a clinical decision suppo...
Full Article




   


Loading Jobs...