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The growing threat of antibiotic resistance

A number of diseases once easily treatable have become resistant to antibiotics currently on the market, and that number continues to grow. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has warned that antibiotic resistance is such a serious problem...

source: By Rosemary Sparacio
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Google may track patterns in search engine use primarily to target advertising to users, but healthcare providers may be able to glean some important insights from the company's big data as well. The New York Times reports that correlating search data with information about...

source: Health IT Analytics

Who would have thought that in 2014 we would be fighting to ensure that women are included in research on diseases and medical drugs and devices? If you find it outrageous, you are not alone. The fact is that women are different from men. The science backs this up.

source: The Huffington Post

A new study by researchers from the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University investigates how orgasm occurrence varies by gender and sexual orientation, and finds that single women are less...

source: Medical News Today

A multidisciplinary team of scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles and Stanford University has used a naturally occurring nanoparticle called a vault to create a novel drug delivery system that could lead to advances...

source: R&D Magazine

A new analysis of U.S. childhood asthma statistics finds racial differences persist in the proportions of African-American and white children who develop asthma, but success in managing the disease is becoming more equal. Disparities between white and black kids with asthma...

source: Reuters

Major depression is one of the single largest causes of disability in the world. Yet, it routinely goes unrecognized, undiagnosed and untreated. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh said they can now explain how stress impacts health and promotes disease....

source: The Washington Informer via The Charlotte Post


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