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Amphibious vehicle ignites, 8 Marines sent to burn center

Amphibious vehicle catches fire during beach exercise in California; 15 Marines hospitalized including 8 sent to burn center
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Abstract BackgroundWe assessed the nutritional risks among children hospitalised with acute burn injuries and their associated clinical outcomes using three nutritional risk screening (NRS) tools: Screening Tool for Risk of Impaired Nutritional Status and Growth (STRONGKIDS), Pediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score (PYMS) and Screening Tool for the Assessment for Malnutrition in Pediatrics (STAMP). MethodsThis prospective cross‐sectional study was conducted from October 2015 to November 2016, in a regional burn centre. Patients were screened by two independent observers, using the three NRS tools. ResultsA total of 100 chi...
Source: Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics - Category: Nutrition Authors: Tags: Research Paper Source Type: research
Intravascular haemolysis has been associated with acute kidney injury (AKI) in different clinical settings (cardiac surgery, sickle cell disease). Haemolysis occurs frequently in critically ill burn patients. ...
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One of the'big four'providers of professional services suffered a cyber-attack that the company failed to notice for months, but with reportedly few clients affected.
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The Food and Drug Administration has suspended experiments on the effects of nicotine in squirrel monkeys, research aimed at better understanding one of the most pernicious of addictions. Two weeks ago, famed British primatologist Jane Goodall wrote to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, urging an end to what she called “cruel and unnecessary” and “shameful” research. On […]Related:FDA targets hundreds of ‘rogue’ websites illegally selling opioids and other prescription drugsPrimal screams, blood and burns: What it’s like to survive a lightning strikeShe chose to die so sh...
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The Food and Drug Administration targeted more than 500 websites it said were illegally selling unapproved versions of prescription medications, including opioids, antibiotics and injectable epinephrine products, the agency said Monday. The action was part of a global operation called Pangea X, led by the international police organization Interpol. That group said the international enforcement effort, […]Related:Primal screams, blood and burns: What it’s like to survive a lightning strikeShe chose to die so she could give birth. Now her newborn is dead, too.Ivanka Trump reveals struggles with postpartum d...
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Warning: This post contains spoilers for season seven of Game of Thrones. Neil deGrasse Tyson is putting his scientific expertise to use solving one of the Internet’s most pressing questions: How was the undead Viserion able to bring down the Wall on Game of Thrones? The famed astrophysicist took to Twitter Sunday to drop some thermal physics knowledge on fans still wondering about the difference between regular and blue dragon fire following the climactic finale of Thrones‘ seventh season. “Intriguing Thermal Physics in #GameOfThrones,” he wrote. “Blue Dragon breath would be at least a factor...
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Grace Macklin, Yi Liao, Marina Takane, Kathleen Dooling, Stuart Gilmour, Ondrej Mach, Olen M. Kew, Roland W. Sutter, The iVDPV Working Group , Ousmane Diop, Nicksy Gumede Moeletsi, Raffaella Williams, Mohamed Seghier, Francis Delpeyroux, Gloria Rey Benito, Maria Cecilia Freire, Cara Burns, Humayun Asghar, Salman Sharif, Jagadish Deshpande, Shohreh Shahmahmoodi, Henda Triki, Laila E Bassioni, Amina Al-Jardani, Eugene Merav Weil Gavrilin, Javier Mart ín, Sirima Pattamadilok, Sunethra Gunasena, Yan Zhang, Wenbo Xu
Source: Frontiers in Immunology - Category: Allergy & Immunology Source Type: research
Xavier University sophomore Kilee Brookbank just presented a check for more than $74,000 to Shriners Hospitals for Children –Cincinnati, which she credits with saving her life after she was badly burned when her home exploded because of a gas leak. On Oct. 25, the hospital will name one of its family suites in honor of Brookbank, who has raised more than $170,000 for Shriners since 2015. “Without a Shriners hospita l here in Cincinnati, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” said Brookbank, 19.…
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Americans spend an average of five hours a day on our smartphones, making them some of our most commonly-used electronic devices. But it’s exactly that popularity that makes them a favored target of hackers, too — they want to get at all the personal information we keep in our smartphones, like credit card numbers, passwords and so on. Because our smartphones contain so much of our most vital data, it’s that much worse when they get hacked. So which phone is most secure against malicious hackers? The simple answer is Apple’s iPhone, says Dan Kaminsky, chief scientist and founder of cybersecurity fir...
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Xavier University sophomore Kilee Brookbank will present a check for more than $74,000 today to Shriners Hospitals for Children - Cincinnati, which she credits with saving her life after she was badly burned when her home exploded because of a gas leak. On Oct. 25, the hospital in Corryville will name one of its family suites in honor of Brookbank, who has raised more than $170,000 for Shiners since 2015. “Without a Shriners hospital here in Cincinnati, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” said…
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