Novel Mouse Model Could Help Prevent Future Influenza Outbreaks
MxA acts as a shield against cross-species influenza A.
Updated Guidelines Recommend Blood Pressure Checks at Each Prenatal Visit
Task force recommends screening for preeclampsia among all pregnant women.
Ensilication Method a Potential Solution to Cold Chain Issues with Vaccines
A silica cage renders proteins stable against denaturing thermal treatment and long-term temperature storage.
Better Sleep Equals Better Health: Nurse Practitioners Encourage Better Sleep Habits
More than 80 million people suffer from sleep deprivation.
Frog in the Throat: Frog Slime May Help Prevent Future Flu Pandemics
Frog skin compound destroys influenza viruses.
Legume Consumption May Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Patients with a higher intake of legumes were 35% less likely to develop T2D.
Universities Awarded $17.6 Million Grant for Cheaper Vaccines in Developing Countries
Scientist seek to develop new vaccines and produce them for less than 15 cents a dose.
High-Fiber Diet Protects Against Development of Type 1 Diabetes
A high-fiber diet given to mice with type 1 diabetes almost eliminated their disease.
Low-Dose Anticoagulant Alternative Could Prevent Strokes in Dialysis Patients
A warfarin alternative can be maintained at safe levels in the blood, study suggests.
Vaccines During 2009 Swine Flu Epidemic Largely Reduced Illness, Hospitalizations
Vaccinations proven highly efficacious in preventing pandemic influenza.
Vaccinations May Become Needle-Free with Novel Oral Delivery System
Novel pill-sized technology releases stream of vaccine inside the mouth.
NanoBio Awarded Grant for Development of Genital Herpes Vaccine
Vaccine protects both systemically and in mucosal tissues at the port of entry for the virus.
High-Dose Flu Vaccine More Effective in Reducing Postinfluenza Deaths Among Older Adults
The high-dose vaccine was significantly more efficacious in preventing flu-related deaths during a bad flu season.
Gum Disease is an Indicator of Prediabetes
A dental office is a suitable location to screen for early diabetes.
â€œApple-Shapedâ€ Body Type May Increase Diabetes, Heart Disease Risk
Genetic variants linked to abdominal adiposity increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease.
Love Your Heart This Valentine's Day
MinuteClinic offers free heart screenings this holiday at more than 1100 locations.
Could Black Tea Help Prevent Diabetes?
Black tea may serve as a promising antidiabetic agent for glycemic control.
2017 Immunization Schedules
This yearâ€™s recommendations for the routine use of vaccines in the United States.
Potential Treatment Targets for Hypertension Found
Genetic regions linked to blood pressure may produce new preventative therapies.
Bone Turnover Markers May Help Detect Patient Adherence to Osteoporosis Treatment
About half of patients who initiate osteoporosis treatment discontinue treatment within 1 year.
HPV Vaccination Rates Low Among Teenagers
An estimated 39,000 new cases of human papillomavirus in the United States each year.
Portable Device in the Works for Early Detection of Diabetes
Device will detect type 1 and 2 diabetes at an early stage.
Diabetes Prevention: Efficacy of Screen-and-Treat Policies
Screen-and-treat policies unlikely to significantly reduce diabetes epidemic.
Flu Triggers Cardiovascular Problems in Patients with Heart Disease
The flu shot deemed safe and effective in patients with heart trouble.
Sanofi Pasteur's Efforts to Combat the Flu
3D images of flu virus particles provide visual analysis at atomic-level detail.
Americans Split on Getting an Annual Flu Shot
Despite the potential benefits of a flu vaccination, many Americans forgo getting a flu shot.
Eating a Handful of Nuts Lowers Heart Disease, Cancer Risk
Daily consumption of nuts can improve various health outcomes.
Preventative Treatment Reduces Stroke Incidence
Approximately 12,000 first strokes could be prevented through optimal drug prescribing.
Fermentable Carbohydrates May Help Fight Against Obesity
A high-fat diet that contains fermentable carbohydrates may protect against obesity.
High-Protein Diets May be Key to Combating Obesity Epidemic
A digestive protein that triggers hormones leads to a decrease in appetite and enhances weight loss.
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