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Helen DeVos Children's Hospital hosts Halloween Party


Kids with appointments at the Outpatient Specialty and Urgent Care clinic at Briargate got some treats from GE Johnson Construction Company. Isaiah Ramirez, 3, a patient in the oncology department, receives eyeballs from Gina Valdez, right, as Caitlin Pearce watches during a Halloween event at Methodist Childrens Hospital on Tuesday, Oct. Lire la suite »

Global Travelers Vaccines Market 2017-2022 GlaxoSmithKline/Novartis, Merck, Sanofi Pasteur MSD


The Hib Vaccine market report analyses annual estimations and forecasts for the period 2012 through 2022. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. In this report, the Influenza Vaccines market worth about X billion United States dollars in 2016 and it is expected to reach XX billion USD in 2021 with an average growth rate of X%. Lire la suite »

Dad is just as emotional as his newborn as baby gets vaccinations


Her video , which was uploaded to Facebook that same day, shows Lee telling Debias to "stay strong", even though it seems he is just as anguished about seeing his son cry. Antwon soothes baby Debias. "But I don't deal with good or bad days, I deal with peaceful days". "I told him, before I leave, want to see him succeed. Lire la suite »

India continues to be worst affected by tuberculosis: World Health Organization report

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO, said "While the world has committed to ending the TB epidemic by 2030, actions and investments don't match the political rhetoric. It said of the estimated 10.4 million new cases, only 6.3 million were detected and officially notified in 2016, leaving a gap of 4.1 million. "India, Indonesia and Nigeria accounted for nearly half of this global gap", the report stated. Lire la suite »

Alzheimer's Disease is 'Whole Body' Problem


Amyloid-beta protein is produced in the brain where it forms sticky clumps or plaques that damage brain cells, interfere with their function, trigger inflammation and lead to cell death. This study, asserted Song, shows it can. But until these experiments, it was unclear if Aβ from outside the brain could contribute to Alzheimer's disease. Lire la suite »

NJ sues drug company amid opioid crisis


Prescription opioids have always been linked to the rise in heroin abuse. "Today, my office took the first step toward holding them legally and financially responsible for their deception". It also alleges Purdue failed to disclose that it had no studies to support the efficacy or safety of opioid medications for treatment periods longer than 12 weeks. Lire la suite »

New treatment for adults with mantle cell lymphoma approved

Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) to Calquence (acalabrutinib) for the treatment of adults with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL ) who have received at minimum one previous form of therapy. Those treated with a prior BTK inhibitor were excluded from the trial. The median time to best response was 1.9 months. The most common adverse events (AEs) of any grade were anemia (46 percent), thrombocytopenia (44 percent), headache (39 percent), neutropenia (36 percent), diarrhea (31 percent), fatigue ... Lire la suite »

What Are Analysts Suggestions On Pfizer Inc. (PFE)

The Cna Financial Corp holds 186,726 shares with $6.27M value, down from 216,726 last quarter. Shares of Pfizer Inc . The stock declined 0.94% or $0.33 reaching $34.82 on the news. Perkins Coie Com reported 70,749 shares stake. Cwm Limited Liability Company invested in 309,250 shares. Pimco Dynamic Credit Income Fu (PCI) was reduced too. Lire la suite »

Grève de la faim à l'hôpital de Bastia


Sur place, des banderoles, des tables et des chaises ont été installées dans le hall de l'hôpital. Comme annoncé la semaine précédente, les personnels de l'établissement ont lancé leur action de grève de la faim, à l'initiative de la CGT. "C'est un moyen d'alerter le ministère et tous les responsables de cette situation à l'hôpital de Bastia". Une action qui s'explique selon le syndicat par la sourde oreille que le ministère de la Santé ferait face aux besoins financiers de la structure, qui ... Lire la suite »

Le dispositif Nutri-score va vous aider à manger plus sainement — Alimentation


C'est pourquoi le gouvernement a décidé d'aider les consommateurs en élaborant un tout nouvel étiquetage à apposer sur les produits alimentaires. Pour rappel, Nutri-score a fait l'objet d'une concertation avec tous les acteurs économiques ainsi que d'une évaluation dans des conditions réelles d'achat (60 magasins fin 2016) et ce, en même temps que les trois autres dispositifs d'étiquetage nutritionnel existants (le "Nutri Repère", le "Nutri Couleurs", "SENS"). Lire la suite »

This company provides its non-smoking staff with extra paid leave


As a result non-smokers will get an extra six days of paid leave to make up for it. The problem seemed to be that the company's head office is on the 29th floor of an office block in the Ebisu district of Tokyo, and anyone wanting a cigarette had to go to the basement level, with each smoking break lasting around the aforementioned 15 minute mark. Lire la suite »

Person bitten by bat dies in Highlands County


Health officials say a Florida resident who was bitten by a bat has died of rabies. If an exposure occurred, it is important to administer treatment in a timely manner. The main wildlife sources of rabies in Florida are raccoons and bats, according to the website. Dogs, cats and ferrets are required by law to be vaccinated against rabies in Florida. Lire la suite »

Fewer hospitals in MI have 'A' grades for safety

Maryland hospitals - which previously had been the only hospitals exempt from public reporting at the national level due to a federal waiver - performed poorly in their first grading, ranking Maryland among the bottom 10 states. The evaluation system looks at numbers of hospital errors, injuries, accidents and infections. In the spring, 27 hospitals earned A's. Just one received a "B", one a "C", three a "D" and two an "F". Lire la suite »

Climate change already damaging the health of millions

A new research published by The Lancet medical journal talks of the various ways in which climate change has started affecting the health of people across the planet. The report also stated that the number of undernourished people in 30 countries across Africa and Asia rose to 422 million in 2016 from 398 million in 1990. Lire la suite »

LOUGA: Ce que l'on sait de l'épidémie de dengue


Face à la polémique naît de certaines informations faisant état de la présence de la maladie dans la région de Dakar, le ministère de la Santé a tenu à préciser que la dengue n'est présente pour le moment que dans la région de Louga. "À ce jour, aucun cas de dengue n'a été noté dans aucune autre région du Sénégal", indique le ministère. Le Ministère de la Santé et de l'Action Sociale renouvelle aux populations son appel à la sérénité tout en les invitant au respect strict des mesures d'hygiène ... Lire la suite »

Suicidal patients identified through brain scans


Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh in the United States, discovered that the brains of people who are suicidal react very differently when processing emotive concepts such as death and cruelty. The algorithm went on to successfully identify the suicidal individuals with 91 percent accuracy according to the results of the study. "Further testing of this approach in a larger sample will determine its generality and its ability to predict future ... Lire la suite »

Gambling machines set for maximum stake cut


Publishing the review, gambling minister Tracey Crouch said the current laws on gaming machines were "inappropriate" for protecting people and communities. A report by the Gambling commission earlier this year found 43% of people who use the machines are either problem or at-risk gamblers . Gambling operators will also be ordered to step up their funding for research, education and treatment. Lire la suite »

Rockefeller Center Christmas tree will come from State College


The huge Norway spruce will be cut on Thursday, Nov. 9, and make the 293-mile trip to NY, arriving on Nov. 11 at Rockefeller Center, where it will be a major attraction throughout the holiday season. In 1931, during the Great Depression, workers at the Rockefeller Center construction site erected and decorated a small tree, and then lined up at the tree to receive their paychecks - thankful to be working at that time. Lire la suite »