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Northwell Health Awarded $1.5M to Test Home-Based Pulmonary Rehab for Hispanic Patients
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Northwell Health receives grant to assess pulmonary rehabilita...

Northwell Health's Feinstein Institute for Medical Research has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study whether home-based pulmonary rehabilitation improves quality of life and ... News-Medical.Net, 17 hours ago
PCORI Awards NorthWell Researchers $1.5M Grant to Study COPD in Hispanic Patients Advance for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine, 17 hours ago

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ICU Outcomes and Triage in Elderly Patients with Advanced Cancer

By Elaine Chen , MD Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Section of Palliative Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago Dr. Chen reports no financial relationships ...
 AHC Media1 day ago Echo Case: When ECGs and Echos Collide  General Medicine eJournal1 day ago How Good Is Passive Leg Raise at Predicting Fluid Responsiveness?  AHC Media1 week ago

Take note! Watching television for long hours may increase death risk

A lung blood clot, medically known as a pulmonary embolism, usually begins as a clot in the leg or pelvis as a result of inactivity and slowed blood flow. If the clot breaks free, it can travel to the lungs and become lodged in a small blood vessel.
 Jagran Post3 days ago Does TV binge watching cause blood clots?  BootsWebMD3 days ago How Binge Watching TV Could Kill You: Extensive Viewing Increases Risk For Deadly Pulmonary Embolism, Study Finds  International Business Times3 days ago Can TV Binge Watching Kill? It May Increase Risk of Death  NatureWorldNews.com1 day ago

After Defeating Pulmonary Embolism JandampKs Shooter Chain Singh Gets Clearance To Compete In Rio Olympics

Rifle shooter Chain Singh got a major relief on Thursday as Rio-bound marksman got a green signal by the National Rifle Association of India and National Anti-doping Agency after he was hospitalized in Switzerland last week. BCCL Chain was ...
 Indiatimes2 hours ago Shooter Chain Singh gets NADA, NRAI clearance  Times of India1 day ago

Public consultations on the concept of 'similar medicinal product' in the context of the orphan legislation

29/07/2016 Today, the European Commission is proposing to review the concept of 'similar medicinal products' in the context of the orphan legislation. The aim is to improve the implementation of the regulatory framework and to adapt the text to ...
 European Commission7 hours ago

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): Senshio, ospemifene, Revision: 2, Authorised

This is a summary of the European public assessment report (EPAR) for Senshio. It explains how the Agency assessed the medicine to recommend its authorisation in the EU and its conditions of use. It is not intended to provide practical advice on how ...
 European Medicines Agency1 day ago

Time to Remove Black Box From LABAs for Asthma

This is Andy Shorr from Washington, DC, with a pulmonary critical care literature update. I'd like to discuss an article that was just published online ahead of print in the New England Journal of Medicine , which reported the results of the AUSTRI ...
 Dermatology Online Journal1 day ago

Life-Saving Tips for Long Distance Travel

by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer As summer hits full swing, many people are packing bags and getting ready for long-awaited vacations. If you're off to a far-away place, however, it's important to take ...
 Huffington Post3 days ago
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Medico shares ATM card details with caller, loses Rs 64,000

PUNE: Unidentified suspects duped a medical student, pursuing his MD studies at BJ Medical College, of Rs 64,491 on Saturday and Sunday by transferring money from his bank account to several other accounts after obtaining the one-time password of ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Estimating the Influence of Obesity on Cancer Risk: Stratification by Smoking Is Critical [COMMENTS AND CONTROVERSIES]

2016 by American Society of Clinical Oncology Mingyang Song Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School; and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA Edward Giovannucci ⇑ Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public ...
 Journal of Clinical Oncology4 days ago
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