Chile research finds saliva speeds up healing process
Ground-breaking research by Professor Vicente Torres, of the University of Chile has found that saliva aids the healing process.
Conclusion: Although cochlear implantation was more effective than hearing aid on spoken and written narrative skills, the Persian-speaking students with hearing impairments were seen to need additional trainings on microstructure components of spoken/written narrative. PMID: 29909611 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: The algorithm can be implemented in most clinical ultrasound machines with minor additions to the PW Doppler processing algorithm. The algorithm is optimized to be robust for a variety of blood flow velocities and is shown to perform well when the signal from the blood is on par in amplitude with the catheter signal. Significance: Unambiguous and distinct visualization of catheter tip facilitates real-time tracking of the catheter and aids minimally invasive procedures.
Use of digestive aids, probiotics, energy, non-vitamin substances increasing.
One of the most sought-after tickets on Broadway these days is Angels in America, a revival of Tony Kushner’s seminal play about the AIDS crisis and its aftermath. While only a few of us will be fortunate enough to see the show in person, everyone can benefit from the following insight: When the play originally debuted in 1991, HIV/AIDS was considered a death sentence and slapped with a stigma that isolated and ostracized those with the disease and their families. The same type of stigma is happening now with substance abuse and the opioid epidemic. Since 1991, we have learned how to treat, humanize, and support thos...
The purpose of the HIV/AIDS Community Information Outreach Project and this RFQ is to solicit Quotations to procure professional services to design and conduct outreach projects that will improve access to HIV/AIDS related health information by patients, the affected community, their caregivers and the general public. The comment period is open through June 26, 2018.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) is pleased to announce the solicitation of quotations from organizations and libraries to design and conduct projects that will improve access to HIV/AIDS related health information for patients, the affected community, and their caregivers. Projects must involve two or more of the following information access categories: Information Retrieval Skills Development Resource Development and Dissemination PrEP Navigator Resource Development and Dissemination Equipment Acquisition Emphasis will be placed upon small businesses and the following types of organizations or arrangements for de...
Condition: HIV/AIDS Intervention: Behavioral: Vouchers for HIV self-testing kits Sponsors: University of Pennsylvania; Centre for Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Research (CeSHHAR) Zimbabwe Active, not recruiting
M ónica Gutiérrez-Rivas, María Ángeles Jiménez-Sousa, Norma Rallón, José Luis Jiménez, Clara Restrepo, Agathe León, Marta Montero-Alonso, Juan González-García, María Ángeles Muñoz-Fernández, José Miguel Benito, Salvador Resino, on Behalf of ECRIS Integrated in the Spanish AIDS Research Network
It’s finally getting warm here in New England, and most of us have plans to enjoy the beautiful weather. And that’s why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released a report raising awareness about how to prevent the tickborne infections that typically occur during this time of the year. Lyme disease is probably the most well-known, and the one for which diagnosis and treatment are most controversial. What is Lyme disease? Several countries around the world, especially in the Northern Hemisphere, and all 50 states in the US have already reported cases of Lyme. The disease is caused by ...