Stories about Medical

Jul 28 2017

Hartford Financial Services Gro (NYSE:HIG) Experiences Lighter than Average Trading Volume

The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.is a holding firm for insurance and financial services subsidiaries. (The) by 34.0% in the first quarter. The institutional inv...

Jul 28 2017

Senate rejects full Obamacare repeal without replacement

The Senate is in the middle of thick debate, struggling to pass any option for repealing or replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). If the Senate does pass a bill,...

Jul 28 2017

Slug Slime Inspires Doctors To Invent New Type of Medical Glue

The results of this breakthrough are published this week in the journal Science . The new glue shows greater strength than the current generation of surgical adhesives...

Jul 28 2017

A tipple (but not gin) most days reduces diabetes risk

Sarah Toule, Head of Health Information at World Cancer Research Fund , said: "It is important to remember that drinking alcohol significantly increases the risk of ...

Jul 28 2017

Cubs fans celebrating World Series baby boom

When the Cubs won the World Series, some fans celebrated by making more Cubs fans. Erin Hettinger said Theo was conceived the night the Cubs won the World Series, "We h...

Jul 28 2017

Twins Get LHP Garcia In Trade With Braves

We all know his track record. "It's a nice addition to our club", Molitor said. He stopped by the visiting clubhouse Monday afternoon to collect belongings, get a travel ...

Jul 27 2017

Nisar reversed decision to resign after meeting 'some friends': Interior Ministry

However, media reports suggest the ruling party has already started a headhunt for a possible replacement of Sharif in case the Supreme Court disqualifies him in the Pana...

Jul 27 2017

Dharam Singh Dies At 80

Dharam Singh breathed his last after suffering a cardiac arrest at Bengaluru's MS Ramaiah Memorial Hospital on Thursday. In May 2009 in the Lok Sabha elections, he co...

Jul 27 2017

Concerns over drinking water in Charlotte

According to the EWG, almost 19,000 public water systems contained lead exceeding 3.8 parts per billion, which is considered risky for formula-fed babies. California Wa...

Jul 27 2017

New Study Says Drinking Alcohol Can Actually Improve Your Memory

Then, these participants were split in two groups. Earlier studies led by Nutritional epidemiologist Karin Michels from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, USA...

Jul 27 2017

Charlie Gard to 'inevitably' die shortly in hospice

The parents brought the legal action because they disagreed with Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, which is caring for him. Please refresh the page for the fullest ...

Jul 27 2017

Expert says banning petrol and diesel cars is symbolically important

Jim Holder, editorial director of What Car? magazine, said it would be "a tall order" to increase the market share of electrified vehicles from just four per cent t...

Jul 27 2017

9 key facts about Hepatitis C your doctor wants you to know

Baruch Samuel Blumberg, who discovered hepatitis-B virus and its vaccine.We must pledge today, we will be aware, educate & eradicate hepatitis which would save millions o...

Jul 27 2017

Yemen cholera outbreak tops 400000, draws high-level United Nations visit

Such epidemics normally see as many cases after the peak as before, however, and the International Committee of the Red Cross has predicted that the number of people affe...

Jul 27 2017

OR scientists do first human gene embryo editing in US

For many, one of the most important reasons behind editing human embryos is that it has the potential to prevent genetic diseases like cystic fibrosis or Huntington's dis...

Jul 27 2017

Vaping devices helping to reduce traditional smoking rates

The findings add to the public health debate regarding the relative merits and potential drawbacks of the devices. Some suggest they will cut smoking rates by acting as...

Jul 27 2017

Patients advised to take full course of antibiotics prescribed by doctor

She added, however, that doctors don't often know when a shorter course of antibiotics is as effective as a longer one. They are saying that in the short-term the "al...

Jul 27 2017

The first Apple-compatible cochlear implant sound processor was announced today

There are 360 million people with disabling hearing loss worldwide - and 32 million of whom are children, according to the World Health Organization . Colorado-based ...

Jul 27 2017

Highly strung: Woman held over claim she wrecked ex's 54 violins

The husband, who's about 30 years the suspects elder, made and sold violins in Nagoya. The couple were in the middle of a divorce when the incident allegedly took place...

Jul 27 2017

Charlie Gard: No agreement over where baby moved for final days

The judge in the Charlie Gard case has ordered the little boy be taken to a hospice to die, unless his parents and Great Ormond Street Hospital reach an agreement by no...