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April 29 2017

02:27

Mexico's lower house approves medical uses of marijuana - SFGate


SFGate

Mexico's lower house approves medical uses of marijuana
SFGate
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's lower house overwhelmingly passed a bill Friday approving the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, the latest in a series of legal changes and court rulings that have somewhat relaxed cannabis laws in Mexico.

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02:00

Study examines economic impact of surviving acute respiratory distress syndrome

According to a new multicenter study, nearly half of previously employed adult survivors of acute respiratory distress syndrome were jobless one year after hospital discharge, and are estimated to have lost an average of $27,000 in earnings.
01:46

China creates new kinase-based whole-cell screening library for high-throughput drug assay

After five years of hard work, China has completed the world's largest kinase-based whole-cell screening library for high-throughput drug assay.
01:40

The long noncoding Rna Hotair promotes Parkinson's disease by upregulating LRRK2 expression.

Long noncoding RNAs have emerged recently as a new class of genes that regulate cellular processes. HOTAIR , an approximately 2.2 kb long noncoding RNA transcribed from the HOXC locus, is upregulated in various diseases.

01:40

Testosterone reduces cognitive reflection, increases impulsive behavior in men

Hotheaded, impulsive men who shoot first and ask questions later are a staple of Westerns and 1970s cop films, but new research shows there might be truth to the trope.
01:32

UM SOM expert diagnoses severe illness that destroyed hearing of Spanish artist

Francisco Goya is the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th century. He was famed for his sensitive portraits, and many historians argue that he was the first truly modern painter.
00:55

Experts highlight need for further research on differences between milk proteins

New knowledge on milk composition and quality is of essential importance to consumers as well as the industry. There are therefore considerable research efforts in milk worldwide.
00:48

Study sheds new light on evolutionary origin of the vertebrate brain

A study recently published in PLOS Biology provides information that substantially changes the prevailing idea about the brain formation process in vertebrates and sheds some light on how it might have evolved.
00:48

Supply of yellow fever vaccine on pace to run out by summer - Washington Post


Washington Post

Supply of yellow fever vaccine on pace to run out by summer
Washington Post
U.S. health officials warned Friday that the country's supply of yellow fever vaccine is dwindling and will likely be gone by the summer — with no way to make more because of a manufacturing problem. The shortage comes at a troubling time. Multiple ...
Shortage of Yellow Fever Vaccine Has CDC and FDA Scrambling Medscape
US Supply Of Yellow Fever Vaccine Will Run Out By Midsummer NPR
US yellow fever vaccine supply will run out this summer, CDC says CNN
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00:41

Researchers explore link between gut microbiome and nutrition in autism spectrum disorder

Over the last decade, research has revealed more about the human gut microbiome—the environment within the gastrointestinal tract—where microbes, especially bacteria, reside. Recently, more has become known about the function of those microbes and the microbiome's connection with health and disease.
00:27

Study highlights importance of educating family members on opioid overdoses and naloxone use

Family members are often the ones who administer naloxone during an opioid overdose and should be considered as part of the larger response to help curb fatal overdoses.
00:21

Bonobos may be more closely linked to anatomy of human ancestors, study finds

A new study examining the muscular system of bonobos provides firsthand evidence that the rare great ape species may be more closely linked, anatomically, to human ancestors than common chimpanzees
00:09

FDA approves new drug and chemotherapy combination for treatment of adult patients with AML

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Rydapt (midostaurin) for the treatment of adult patients with newly diagnosed acute myeloid leukemia who have a specific genetic mutation called FLT3, in combination with chemotherapy.

April 28 2017

22:30

'Not a cure for MD' What We Heard This Week

(MedPage Today) -- Quotable quotes from MedPage Today sources
22:30

'Not a cure for MD' What We Heard This Week

(MedPage Today) -- Quotable quotes from MedPage Today sources
22:28

FDA Approves ALK-Targeted Drug for NSCLC

(MedPage Today) -- Brigatinib for disease that progressed on crizotinib
22:28

FDA Approves ALK-Targeted Drug for NSCLC

(MedPage Today) -- Brigatinib for disease that progressed on crizotinib
22:15

Performance Enhancing Drugs Now a Public Health Problem

(MedPage Today) -- It's not just pro athletes any more
22:15

Performance Enhancing Drugs Now a Public Health Problem

(MedPage Today) -- It's not just pro athletes any more
22:00

How To Embrace Tech in Care

(MedPage Today) -- Must reads about the latest news and trends in healthcare careers
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