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Medication frequently, unintentionally given incorrectly to young children - 10.21.2014

According to Nationwide Children's Hospital researchers, 63,000 children under the age of six experienced out-of-hospital medication errors annually between 2002 and 2012. One child is affected every eight minutes, usually by a well-meaning parent or caregiver unintentionally committing a medication error.More »

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Aspirin shown to benefit schizophrenia treatment - 10.21.2014

A new study shows that some anti-inflammatory medicines, such as aspirin, estrogen, and Fluimucil, can improve the efficacy of existing schizophrenia treatments. This work is being presented at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology conference in Berlin.More »

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Selenium effective treatment against breast cancer, study suggests - 10.21.2014

Almost a quarter of a million people were diagnosed with breast cancer this year, while another 3 million are living with the disease. Although the cure rate for breast cancer is high -- it has an 89 percent 5-year survival rate -- a large number of patients have a recurrence of their cancer. Breast Cancer Awareness Month highlights the continuing research on this type of cancer, the second most common cancer in the United States.More »

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Vitamin D deficiency increases poor brain function after cardiac arrest by sevenfold - 10.20.2014

Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of poor brain function after sudden cardiac arrest by seven-fold, according to research presented at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2014 by Dr Jin Wi from Korea. Vitamin D deficiency also led to a higher chance of dying after sudden cardiac arrest.More »

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Study questions 21-day quarantine period for Ebola - 10.16.2014

As medical personnel and public health officials are responding to the first reported cases of Ebola Virus in the United States, many of the safety and treatment procedures for treating the virus and preventing its spread are being reexamined. One of the tenets for minimizing the risk of spreading the disease has been a 21-day quarantine period for individuals who might have been exposed to the virus. But a new study by Charles Haas, PhD, a professor in Drexel's College of Engineering, suggests that 21 days might not be enough to completely prevent spread of the virus.More »



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