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A small chip under the skin may predict second stroke

For patients who have experienced certain common types of stroke, a small chip inserted under the skin may help physicians predict their likelihood of experiencing a second stroke, and therefore their likelihood of benefiting from preventive therapy. The findings come from a recent clinical trial published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and… Read More »

5 Ways Online Payday Loans In Canada Are Helping Small Business Owners

5 Ways Online Payday Loans In Canada Are Helping Small Business Owners 5 Ways Online Payday Loans In Canada Are Helping Small Business Owners : Small business owners such as shop owners and general contractors often face up to irregular cash flow. For this reason, many business owners resolve to seek a small cash loan.… Read More »

Covid-19 news: Russian vaccine induced immune responses in small trial

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool Sputnik V, Gamaleya National CenterTHE RUSSIAN DIRECT INVESTMENT FUND Latest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 4 September Russia’s vaccine candidate produced antibody and T-cell responses in early-stage trial A preliminary trial of Russia’s coronavirus… Read More »

Small Things You Can Do Everyday To Improve Your Health

Jessica Sepel is a clinical nutritionist, best-selling author, international health blogger and the beloved voice behind JSHealth and @jshealth. She is passionate about helping people overcome fad dieting and disordered eating, having gone through her own struggles with food. Her philosophy is focused around balance, rest and building a healthy relationship with food. She recently launched the JSHealth App,… Read More »

House Republican says small steps to reform healthcare could lead to big improvements

Kentucky Rep. Brett Guthrie sees plenty of flaws in U.S. healthcare policy, including a dearth of funding for breakthrough medical treatments and exorbitant prescription drug prices. Comprehensive healthcare reform bills labeled as cure-alls for systemic flaws, he told the Washington Examiner, are not the answer. Instead, he expects more success for narrowly focused legislation that… Read More »

As NYC declares emergency over measles outbreak in small area, larger city is threatened

A measles outbreak among a small segment of schoolchildren in New York has prompted the city’s Mayor Bill de Blasio to declare the public health crisis an emergency in parts of Brooklyn. But the actual danger is the sheer number of children in the the NYC public school system that go unvaccinated — which threatens… Read More »