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Brexit already impacting on medicine supply in Northamptonshire  Northamptonshire Telegraph

Brexit is already having an impact on medicine availability in Northamptonshire and is causing problems for the unwell and medical practitioners, according to a ...

Teenager who 'can be very confused without medicine' goes missing in Bristol  Bristol Post

A missing 16-year-old who was last seen in Bristol may be "very confused" as her mother said she has not had her medicine since Saturday morning (December ...

Teething products containing lidocaine made P medicine | News  The Pharmaceutical Journal

Teething products which contain lidocaine will only be sold as a pharmacy-only (P) medicine from 2019, the UK's drugs safety watchdog, the Medicines and ...

On track: Why 'mobile first' is the future of medicine  National Health Executive

Danny Longbottom, director of local government and health at BT, explains how digital innovation is putting power in the hands of healthcare teams and patients ...

Medicine | Cancer | prevention | Tumour  Health Europa

Between 1992 and 1996 he served as a Fellow at the Whitehead Institute at MIT before distinguished appointments at the Albert Einstein College of medicine ...

Lidocaine teething gels to change from GSL to P medicine  Chemist+Druggist

Lidocaine-containing teething gels will be reclassified from a general sale list (GSL) to a pharmacy (P) medicine, the medicines watchdog has announced.

A call to think about HEALTH – rather than medicine  The BMJ

Marshall et al's [1] call for “Rethinking Medicine” is welcome, but their call at best half-heartedly addresses the fundamental problems dogging health services ...

Amplifying the Voices of Women in Medicine  Scientific American

I came to medical school full of naivety and optimism. Armed with my Hippocratic oath and a freshly ironed white coat, I was to ready to fulfill my dream of ...

Life-or-Death Algorithms: Avoiding the Black Box of AI in Medicine  Singularity Hub

What if an algorithm is effective at diagnosing a medical condition, but you have no scientific understanding of how this link actually works?

Future in orthopaedic therapies and regenerative medicine  vet times

Eleanor Kelly, a freelance journalist, details the topics discussed by expert speakers at a one-day CPD course attended by equine veterinarians.

Rethinking medicine  The BMJ

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VOX POPULI: Maybe studying medicine causes men's brains to shrivel:The Asahi Shimbun  Asahi Shimbun

Women's brains are not only small but are made of a soft, sponge-like material.This was one of myria.

Is NHS already finding it hard to get medicines?  BBC News

Fear of a no-deal Brexit is blamed for supply shortages and rising prices of some medicines.

Rethinking medicine to strengthen alliances between patients and doctors  The BMJ

It is clear that in medicine we are involved in two movements that broaden the scope of medical practice and sometimes oppose its main actors. The first ...

Veterinary Medicine Supply Problem: Isoflurane  GOV.UK

Update 18 December: Products available for import under the Special Import Scheme whilst there are supply problems with isoflurane-containing veterinary ...

Monitoring the Future Survey Shows Teen Misuse of OTC Cough Medicine Remains Very Low  Global Banking And Finance Review

The 2018 results from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and University of Michigans annual drug abuse survey, Monitoring the Future, we.

How will AI change medicine?  Futurity: Research News

Artificial intelligence could change the way medicine works, but what will that mean for patient privacy, doctors' routines, and preventative medicine?

Dr Miriam Stoppard - 'Become a specialist in lifestyle medicine'  Mirror Online

People have to take responsibility for their own health - by getting the right food and enough sleep and exercise.

A lexicon for gender bias in academia and medicine  The BMJ

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The Sports Institute at UW Medicine Announces New Director and Name Change  PRNewswire

SEATTLE, Dec. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sports Institute at UW Medicine, formerly the UW Medicine Sports Health and Safety Institute, has announced that ...

Re: Rethinking medicine  The BMJ

The editorial by Marshall et al is timely and it immediately resonated with me, as I am sure it has with many other medical colleagues. It is important to realise the ...

News > Health > Helping the anti-parasitic medicine go down  University of Leeds

Scientists have developed a new way to deliver anti-parasitic medicines more efficiently.

Cough medicine plus antidepressant caused serotonin syndrome  MyAJC

Q: Several years ago, my daughter was on a low dose of escitalopram (Lexapro). Once, when she had a cough, I gave her a generic version of Robitussin DM ...

3 misconceptions about what drives medicine's gender pay gap  American Medical Association

Oft-told explanations of why male physicians earn more than their female counterparts overlook some key facts.

Study finds antibiotic-resistant bacteria in Brazil pork, suggesting overuse of medicine on livestock  The Japan Times

Pork products sold at retailers in Brazil contain antibiotic-resistant bacteria, according to a study funded by animal rights group World Animal Protection.

How ancient remedies are changing modern medicine  National Geographic

This 1620 version of The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine, first compiled some 2,100 years ago, includes a map of qi lines and acupuncture points.

Univfy to Present at Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase 2019 on How AI and Fintech Increase Access to IVF  PRNewswire

LOS ALTOS, Calif., Dec. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Univfy, a machine learning and predictive analytics company with a mission to expand in vitro fertilization ...

The trouble with girls: obstacles to women's success in medicine and research—an essay by Laurie Garrett  The BMJ

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How personalized medicine is transforming your health care  National Geographic

Stunning advances in gene research and data mining will predict diseases and devise treatments tailored to each of us.

How to Get Your Kids to Take Medicine  Chicago Parent

I scoured mommy message boards and groups and talked to some moms about their best tips and tricks on giving medicine.

Unfolding Bluetooth capsule could release medicine while in stomach for weeks  Professional Engineering

A 3D-printed, Bluetooth-enabled capsule that automatically unfolds after being swallowed could monitor seriously ill patients and release medicine when ...

Health sector warned of 6-month medicine shortages in no-deal  Financial Times

The UK government has warned drug companies and the health *service* to prepare for up to six months of “significantly reduced access” at UK borders in the ...

Making medicine a one-click holistic ecosystem  National Health Executive

Medesk CEO Vladimir Kovalskiy examines how to create a more integrated healthcare ecosystem. Private healthcare in particular has benefits from a wealth of ...

40 Years of Medicine: Reflections of an Endocrinologist  Medscape

Dr Richard Plotzker shares his thoughts on 40 years of medical practice as he enters retirement.

Matt Morgan: What can Bridget Jones do for medicine? - The BMJ  The BMJ

As we enter Christmas party season, solving the mystery of an unconscious patient will be repeated across emergency departments around the country on ...

Re: The trouble with girls: obstacles to women's success in medicine and research—an essay by Laurie Garrett  The BMJ

This is a very powerful piece. (1). As a father of a teenage daughter, I desire a society which is fair, free of obstacles and helps her to achieve her full potential.

Getting medicine to homeless people on the streets of Edinburgh  BBC News

Meet the pharmacist who goes out onto the streets of Edinburgh prescribing medicine to homeless people.

Reimagining medicine? Novartis wraps pharma's first big global pot deal  Endpoints News

In a watershed moment for medical cannabis advocates in the United States, Swiss giant Novartis' $NVS Sandoz AG unit has tied up with Canadian medical ...

Online medicine startups in funding frenzy as sector consolidates  Livemint

Flipkart, Amazon India, Swiggy and BigBasket are evaluating an entry into online medicine delivery, opening up possibility of acquisitions.

Movie review: The ‘Mary Poppins’ sequel doesn’t help the medicine go down  Woodford Times

I did not like “Mary Poppins” when, as little kids, my brother and I were dragged - sorry, treated - to it by our parents for what they thought was going to be a fun ...

12 innovations that will revolutionize the future of medicine  National Geographic

Analytics-enabled, individualized attention will not just treat disease, but increasingly, prevent it.

This Ancient Recipe Is The Best Way To Quickly Reset Your Gut During The Holidays

Congee is an ancient TCM recipe that can help heal your gut. Make it as a nourishing dinner or easy make-ahead lunch.

King County raising awareness of medicine return drop boxes  The Seattle Times

More than 100 drop boxes have been placed throughout King County in an effort to get secure unneeded opioids.

Charity Commission revises approach to charities promoting complementary medicine  Third Sector

After a consultation, it says it will consider the range of sources available to demonstrate public benefit, not just medical evidence that a treatment is effective.

Precision medicine is a promise not yet fulfilled  Financial Times

Olivia Rossanese, in “ Flexibility in approving cancer drugs will foster innovation” (December 4), makes a spirited case for drug regulators and reimbursement ...

If Food Is Medicine, Then Sun Basket Wants To Be The Prescription  Forbes

Can Sun Basket improve America's health, save millions for insurance companies, and make a profit at the same time? They're pretty sure the answer is yes.

UK medicines regulator launches 2018 campaign to encourage reporting of medicine side-effects  Epilepsy Action

This week, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is running a campaign to raise awareness of reporting medicine side-effects.

Personalized evidence based medicine: predictive approaches to heterogeneous treatment effects  The BMJ

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Could natural medicine rescue NHS from financial crisis?  Practice Business

MPs are urging the NHS to embrace complementary, traditional and natural medicine to ease the mounting burden on *service* provision.

Announces Academic Affiliation with Westchester Institute for Human Development | Touro College of Dental Medicine | Touro College  Touro College News

Program will give TCDM students the skills to provide effective oral health care to individuals with special needs.

Lords ask Minister for clarity on access to medicine after Brexit  PharmaTimes

The House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee has written to health secretary Matt Hancock asking for clarity on the government's contingency ...

Anticipation and Medicine: the fetishised commodity and vulnerable human subjectivity  The BMJ

Why has there been such an increase in diagnostic testing? To address this important question I think we should take seriously the interaction between a) ...

What's in your medicine cabinet? These people opened theirs.  National Geographic

The medicines we keep reveal our struggles and aspirations. A team of photographers asked people to bare their intimate health secrets.

FDA Warns Chinese Drug Maker of Recalled Blood Pressure Medicine Valsartan  The Epoch Times

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned a Chinese drug manufacturer of valsartan, a drug used for blood pressure and heart problems.

Seven medicines leap closer to EU approval  PharmaTimes

The European Medicines Agency's human medicines committee (CHMP) has put forward seven medicines for approval in the region. - News - PharmaTimes.

Targeted electronic health record reminder can reduce telemetry duration  2 Minute Medicine

1. In this study, a targeted electronic health record (EHR) reminder of telemetry-use beyond that recommended by guidelines resulted in the reduction of.

This 'Miracle' Chinese Medicine Promises To Banish Adult Acne For Good  Glamour UK

Female adult acne is on the rise, but this 'miracle' Chinese medicine promises to banish breakouts for good.

Pharmacists could overrule GP decisions during medicine shortages, DHSC says  Pulse

Pharmacists could be given the power to overrule GP prescriptions and supply patients with alternative drugs if there is a medicines shortage, the Government ...

Apple Watch study could have benefits for preventive medicine  Financial Times

Data from 400000 users shows people respond to tangible incentives to exercise more.

P.E.I. virtual medicine pilot project 'inspiring to behold' says CMA president

The President of the Canadian Medical Association, Dr. Gigi Osler, got a first-hand look Monday at a new virtual health-care project being piloted at Western ...

Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency brings additional physicians to Idaho  News-Press Now

Pocatello — The Family Medicine Residency Program at Idaho State University is working to address the shortage of primary care physicians in Idaho, ...

Personalised medicine in Estonia: Breaking down healthcare silos  Open Access Government

Riina Sikkut, Minister of Health and Labour of the Republic of Estonia offer her thoughts on personalised medicine and how this is breaking down healthcare ...

Spinal Muscular Atrophy Medicine Market to Set Remarkable Growth by 2025| Leading Key Players – Astellas Pharma, AveXis, Bioblast Pharma  Tribune Updates

HTF MI broadcasted a new title “Global Spinal Muscular Atrophy Medicine Market Research Report 2018” with 128 pages and in-depth assessment including ...

Polypharmacy highlights the problem with conventional medicine | Correspondence  The Pharmaceutical Journal

Harriet Pike's recent article in The Pharmaceutical Journal, 'Deprescribing: the fightback against polypharmacy has begun', points to a clear problem relating to ...

Medicine Man Technologies Announces Appointment of Joe Puglise as...  New Cannabis Ventures

DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / December 18, 2018 / Medicine Man Technologies Inc. (OTCQX: MDCL) (“Medicine Man Technologies” or “Company”), one of ...

ProQR Announces Publication in Nature Medicine of QR-110 Data for Leber's Congenital Amaurosis 10  Nasdaq

LEIDEN, Netherlands and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 17, 2018-- ProQR Therapeutics N.V., a company dedicated to changing lives through the creation of.

Brexit news - live: Medicine charter flights and drug rationing may be enforced if UK leaves EU with no deal, government admits  The Independent

A no-deal Brexit could see charter planes used to fly in drugs to prop up the NHS and medicines given priority access through gridlocked ports, health secretary ...

Half of emergency medicine doctors feel short of sleep and burnt out at work  National Health Executive

Emergency medicine has stood out as the profession with the biggest percentage (46%) of trainees who report feeling short of sleep while at work, while ...

Modernizing Medicine's EMR Is a Top-Rated Orthopedic EMR System for Overall Satisfaction by KLAS  Business Wire

Orthopedic workflows, integrated coding prompts and highly accessible cloud architecture cited in report as reasons why EMA™ rates at top of KLAS' specialty ...

Re: Personalized evidence based medicine: predictive approaches to heterogeneous treatment effects  The BMJ

This review provides refreshing balance presenting the competing challenges of conventional RCTs and personalized medicine. It is a must read for young ...

Dynamic prediction models: Learning to forget - On Medicine  BMC Blogs Network

Data on healthcare outcomes, patient populations, and new treatment options are constantly changing over time. Shouldn't the data used to create our clinical ...

Seven days in medicine: 21-27 November 2018  The BMJ

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease screening, study underway  Baylor College of Medicine News

To raise public awareness of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, experts have launched an awareness campaign to provide adult Houstonians with a free, ...

Can precision medicine rescue a multibillion-dollar pharma debacle?  STAT

DalCor Pharmaceuticals is carrying the torch for the idea that improving good cholesterol can prevent heart attacks and strokes for at-risk patients.

Tim Evans: respiratory medicine and intensive care physician who advised the Department of Health on clinical productivity  The BMJ

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Meet the A&E doctor who gave up medicine to become a Brazilian jiu-jitsu master  The Telegraph

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a devastatingly effective martial art that involves subduing your opponent with anaconda-like grappling techniques.

Cheeky medicine and surgery graduate inspires graduates from the university (photos) News ☆ Earning your bachelor of medicine and surgery degree does not come that easy, so when you do have it, you will be excused for being a little ...

Medicine Hat to share in federal flood mapping money  Medicine Hat News

Medicine Hat News. Medicine Hat is on the list of more than two dozen Alberta communities to get new and replacement flood mapping to support emergency ...

Dr. Bekaii-Saab on Challenges With Precision Medicine in CRC  OncLive

Tanios Bekaii-Saab, MD, professor of medicine, Mayo Clinic, discusses the challenges of bringing a precision medicine approach into the clinic in colorectal ...

Madras High Court Bans Online Sale of Medicine  LatestLY

The Madras High Court on Monday banned the sale of medicines online till the central government notifies the regulations. The court set January 31, 2019, ...

NHS advises 'Christmas medicine stockpile'  The Press, York

RESIDENTS in York and around the region have been urged to collect their prescription medicine well in advance of the Christmas and new year…

Experimental Vaccine Protects Rhesus Macaques from HIV-Like Infection | Medicine

A study led by researchers from the Scripps Research Institute, the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Medical School shows that rhesus macaques ...

Elles Bailey debuts the video for new single 'Medicine Man' and announces 2019 tour dates -  VENTS Magazine

Smoky-voiced Elles Bailey reveals the darkly magical video for her single 'Medicine Man', the first track released from her second album 'Road I Call Home' ...

Seven days in medicine: 14-20 November 2018  The BMJ

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New regenerative medicine treatments provide relief for back/neck pain patients  WXIX

A pain in the neck” can mean a lot of things but when it comes to fixing the physical ailment, determining the exact nature of the issue is important.

Mirati joins CR UK's Stratified Medicine Programme  PharmaTimes

Mirati Therapeutics has joined Cancer Research UK's Stratified Medicine Programme, bringing new investigational treatment options to eligible patients with ...

AstraZeneca divests medicine rights for $350m  Insider Media

Cambridge-based pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has agreed to divest a number of asthma and rhinitis medicines for $350m (£275.4m).

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine at 125: Exhibition traces more than a century of medical milestones  The Hub at Johns Hopkins

Exhibition created to highlight the celebrated history of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is on display in MSE Library through March 18.

Seven days in medicine: 28 November to 4 December 2018  The BMJ

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Precision Medicine Could Have a Major Impact on Healthcare Outcomes and Costs - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS Daily

The transformation of health care continues at a rapid pace, bringing opportunities and challenges for health care providers to deliver improved clinical ...

School of Medicine recognises undergraduate teaching excellence | Imperial News  Imperial College London

AWARDING EXCELLENCE - The School of Medicine recently showcased the high quality of its undergraduate teaching staff at the annual Teaching Excellence ...

Is personalised medicine for neurodegenerative disorders on the horizon?  Health Europa

According to UT Southwestern, USA, new discoveries focusing on neurodegenerative disorders predict ability to forecast dementia from a single molecule.

Pennsylvania Uni brings Penn Medicine to London  PharmaTimes

Penn Medicine has launched its first European presence in London, in a move that aims to expand access to innovations pioneered by its physicians in the US ...

Orthopaedic Institute for Children to Provide Sports Medicine Services and Serve as Medical Director for Gameday Athletic Trainers  Global Banking And Finance Review

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Gameday Athletic Trainers whereby OIC will provide general sports ...

CWRU schools of medicine, nursing receive $3 million grant  Crain's Cleveland Business

A team of nurses and physicians, including some from Case Western Reserve University, received $3 million from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute ...

Chinese Herbal Medicine Can Ease Brain Inflammation and Protect Neurons, Mice Study Reports  Parkinson's News Today

A study reports that a mix of Chinese herbal medicines reduced brain inflammation and promoted nerve cell survival in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease.

Haims column: Tips to safeguard your medicines during holidays  Glenwood Springs Post Independent

For many people, the holiday season means extra visits with family and friends, creating fun memories, sharing traditions and enjoying the warm glow of family.

Martin Rowson on a bitter dose of Brexit medicine – cartoon  The Guardian

Theresa May's draft withdrawal agreement with the EU has dismayed hardline Brexiters in her party.

Jayne Dowle: Volunteering drive not the best medicine for our NHS  Yorkshire Post

I know it's the start of the season of goodwill and all that, but the news that 11000 people have signed up to be NHS volunteers in three days leaves me with a ...

New voluntary drug pricing deal could cut NHS medicine bill by almost £1bn  National Health Executive

A new voluntary scheme to control the pricing of branded medicines could provide patients with earlier access to new medicines and save the NHS almost a ...