Tuesday, November 18, 2014
A large team of Chinese health workers arrived in Liberia to boost the Ebola fight as a U.S.-based doctor infected in Sierra Leone was described as being “extremely ill.”
Travelers from Mali will be subject to the same screening and monitoring that was ordered for people arriving from three other Ebola-affected countries, U.S. health officials said Sunday.
Recovery of feeling can gradually improve for years after a hand transplant, suggests a small study that points to changes in the brain, not just the new hand, as a reason.
Millions of people with stents that prop open clogged heart arteries may need anti-clotting drugs much longer than the one year doctors recommend now. A large study found that continuing for another 18 months lowers the risk of heart attacks, clots and other problems.
Monday, November 17, 2014
A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone arrived in Nebraska for treatment at a biocontainment unit where two other people with the disease have been successfully treated.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Fast-food restaurants in the United States are “disproportionately” targeting black children and kids in middle-income and rural areas, according to a newly published study.
Friday, November 14, 2014
Think the reason some people live beyond the age of 100 is because of their genes? Think again.
Global aid agency Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said on Thursday it would begin unprecedented trials within a month on Ebola drugs and blood from survivors using patients in West Africa.
Semen appears to interfere with microbicide gels to prevent HIV, possibly explaining why they work in the lab but not in real-life situations, scientists said Wednesday.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) yesterday published the results of dioxin analysis on the first ten oil samples collected from Ting Hsin (頂新) and Cheng-I (正義), saying that the dioxin level of each item met national standards.