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Oracle Corp. to help build world's first "Digital Hospital"

...rp. and Health South Corp. together will build the worlds first "all digital hospital", according to a release on Monday, issued by the out patient surgical rehabilitation chain. The digital hospital will feature inpatient beds with display screens connected to the Internet, electronic medical records stora...

EBV Might Trigger Multiple Sclerosis, Study

...ee, could help bridge the gap between the research worlds of infectious diseases and autoimmune diseases. 'It's an exciting new field to which Nancy could greatly contribute,' he said. Whatever the ultimate cause of MS, Edwards finds the therapeutic implications of her work exciting. 'For some reason, MS ...

Australian Government To Fund For A Stem cell Research Center

... at Queens land’s Griffith University would be the worlds first dedicated to adult stem cell research. The center will focus on spinal and brain disorders including Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia and motor neuron disease. Mr. Abbott also said that the center’s work would complement the existing national...

Smoke From Cooking Fuels Cause A Significant Number Of Death Worldwide

...f major reasons for causing large number of deaths worlds over. // Authorities of the WHO feel that an investment in curbing smoke from unclean cooking fuels would pay itself back seven times over. The organization is of the opinion that under half of the world's six billion people cook with solid fuels, ...

Delhi to Host E-health Global Meet Next Month

International experts from the worlds of academia, research, government and industry will gather here next month to discuss how state-of-the-art// communications technology can make healthcare accessible and affordable. E-health is an emerging field that encompasses a range of health ...

Understanding the Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Decision-Making

...s of inadequate sleep in the military and civilian worlds alike, there is clearly a need to understand what this is doing and can it be counteracted." (Source: EurekaAlert)...

Gardasil, a cervical cancer vaccine, hits the market

...f strategies to combat cervical abnormalities; the worlds first ever vaccine for cervical cancer, named Gardasil, has// made it to the market. A feather in the cap of Professor Frazer, a scientist in Queens land and the brain behind this vaccine, who has relentlessly worked on this working on it since 19...

Europe Faces Threat Of Rise In Infectious Diseases

...had stated today that the changing climates of the worlds could lead to diseases and infection that are not normally seen in Europe. // Professor Paul Hunter, of the University of East Anglia in England, had earlier today stated at a British science conference that the unpredictable weather, which is cau...

Myanmar Declares Herself As A Country Free of Bird flu

...since late 2003. Scientists and experts around the worlds are of the fear that it could mutate into forms that could jump between people causing a global pandemic. No human case of the virus has been found in, but H5N1 has killed at least 141 people worldwide since late 2003. Scientists fear it could muta...

A New Approach to Heart Bypass Surgery Provides Patients with 'One-stop Shopping'

... patient,” he said. “They receive the best of both worlds through the collaboration of interventional cardiology and cardiac surgery.” Zhao lauds the new technology, stating that the use of angiography has already proven worthwhile. During a recent bypass, the “after” picture was able to show surgeons tha...

Fear of Possible Harm Hinder Nanotech Development

...g risk often has a low priority in the competitive worlds of intellectual property, research funding and technology development.' 'Ultimately, this is not just a question about nanotechnology,' says Maynard. 'It is about whether governments, industry and scientists around the world are willing to make safe...

Phone-Based Care Program Reduces Risk of Death in Older Adults

... idea of having a professional to bridge those two worlds is really critical, because often issues that affect health care may also have connections in social care services,” Alkema said. Despite the positive findings, during the year-long follow-up period, the effect of the program disappeared. Researche...

Adults Who Go to Bed Lonely Get Stress Hormone Boost Next Morning

...e a conduit from the outside world to our internal worlds so that we can better respond to our social context. The overarching question of my studies of these systems in a variety of contexts is whether overuse of these systems plays a role in disease outcomes.” Souce-Newswise SRM...

Medical Clowns To Cheer Up Sick Children

...nosis to whatever fate they have. "We go through worlds together. Sometimes I break down crying, because there's nothing I can do, really." Many other hospitals are applying this theory of "laughter is the best medicine" to bring some cheer to the lives of sick children during the holiday season. Thes...

Doctors Must Consider Spiritual Needs of Their Patients: Study

The worlds of medicine and religion tread different paths due to obvious sensitive issues, yet authors of a recent study urge doctors to consider meeting// the religious and spiritual needs of their patients. This suggestion stems from a study carried out b...

Researchers Discover Breakthrough in Malaria Treatment

...laria – a disease which effects 40 per cent of the worlds population. There are two major strains of malaria effecting humans, P. vivax and P. falciparum. Although attention focuses on the more virulent P. falciparum, vivax malaria causes a huge amount of illness in the tropical countries of our region an...

Alzheimers Incidence is Set to Quadruple by 2050

...hers at Johns Hopkins University say. When the worlds Alzheiemer population explodes, from 26 million now, one in 85 people will have the brain-destroying disease, it is pointed out. The new estimates, being presented Sunday at an Alzheimer's Association conference in Washington, are not very differen...

Super Fruit Fly may Harbor Hope for Human Longevity

...olonged existence and for treatment of some of the worlds most dreaded diseases. This work is important for two reasons, said study author Richard Roberts, associate professor of chemistry, chemical engineering and biology at the University of Southern California. First, it demonstrates that a single in...

Outreach Nations Stand United on Climate Change

... Africa and Mexico-- which form 42 per cent of the worlds population, will present a united front on the issue of climate change at Baltic resort in Heilingdam today before the G-8 leaders. In a joint statement released after a high-level meeting of the outreach nations, Lula da Silva of Brazil, Chinese ...

Growth of Smoke-Free Air Laws Worldwide; More Than 200 Million Found "Fully Protected"

...ide the United States are getting a boost from the worlds first public health treaty, the Framework Conventi...ries, representing more than three quarters of the worlds population. Under the treaty, governments are required to protect people from secondhand smoke in in...

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