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Science Proves Vaccines are Helpful, Not Harmful, to Society

Members of the medical community are concerned with how they can make facts ‘attractive’ again and how trust in scientific information can be rebuilt, moving society towards a “post-trust” era. The Vaccine Communication symposia presented at ...

– Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Dec-2018

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 16:10 ET


Combination Immunotherapy Shows High Activity Against Recurrent Hodgkin Lymphoma

A new combination of three drugs that harness the body’s immune system is safe and effective, destroying most cancer cells in 95 percent of patients with recurrent Hodgkin lymphoma, according to the results of an early-phase study.

– NYU Langone Health

ASH Annual Meeting, December 2018; R01 CA180820; R01 CA180794; R01 CA180790; R01 CA180795; U10 CA180799; R01 CA180802; R01 CA180816; R01 CA180833...

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 13:30 ET


Poor Sleep, Missed Meals, Less Physical Activity, and Stress in Hospitals May Be Linked to Readmission

Patients who experience disturbances in sleep, mobility, nutrition or mood while admitted in hospital may be more likely to be readmitted within 30 days after discharge, finds a new study co-led by St. Michael’s Hospital and the University Health N...

– University Health Network (UHN)

JAMA Internal Medicine

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 11:00 ET


Patients Report Skimping on Insulin Because of Cost

In a small survey of patients at an urban diabetes center, 1 in 4 reported skimping on their prescribed insulin because of cost and this was associated with poor glycemic control.

– JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association

JAMA Internal Medicine

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 11:00 ET


Dana-Farber Scientists to Present New Research on Improving Outcomes in Stem Cell Transplantation for Myeloid Cancers

Improving outcomes for patients with myeloid cancers who undergo stem cell transplantation is a focus of several studies to be presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists at the ASH Annual Meeting.

– Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 18:30 ET


Neuroscientists Pinpoint Genes Tied to Dementia

A UCLA-led research team has identified genetic processes involved in the neurodegeneration that occurs in dementia — an important step on the path toward developing therapies that could slow or halt the course of the disease. The findings appear D...

– University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

Nature Medicine, Dec.3, 2018

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 16:15 ET


Dana-Farber Scientists to Present Research on Myeloma Progression From Precursor Conditions and Novel Approaches to Treatment

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists will present research marking significant advances against the hematologic cancer multiple myeloma at the ASH Annual Meeting.

– Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 19:00 ET


Identification of new lymphoma sub-group by Terry Fox Research Institute-funded cancer researchers opens door for potential new treatments for hard-to-treat cancer

The discovery by BC researchers of a group of bad actors ‘hidden’ within a cohort of good ones may translate into new hope for cancer patients diagnosed with a type of lymphoma that doesn’t respond well to treatment.

– Terry Fox Research Institute

Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO)

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 13:00 ET


Researchers Develop Accurate, Non-Invasive Method to Detect Bladder Cancer

A research team has developed a non-invasive method for detecting bladder cancer that might make screening easier and more accurate than current invasive clinical tests involving visual inspection of bladder. In the first successful use of atomic for...

– Tufts University

Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) Dec-2018; NSF 1435655

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 15:00 ET


Early Clinical Trial Data Show Gene Therapy Reversing Sickle Cell Anemia

After over a decade of preclinical research and development, a new gene therapy treatment for Sickle Cell Anemia (SCA) is reversing disease symptoms in two adults and showing early potential for transportability to resource-challenged parts of the wo...

– Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, Dec. 2018

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 21:30 ET


Mayo Clinic researchers identify new strategies that may improve CAR-T cell therapy

SAN DIEGO — Mayo Clinic researchers have developed two new strategies that may improve the performance of chimeric antigen receptor therapy (CAR-T cell therapy) in treating cancer. They are presenting results of their preclinical research at the 20...

– Mayo Clinic

Blood; American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 19:30 ET


Health groups call for greater EU leadership in tackling climate change

New research published in The Lancet medical journal today shows that emissions, climate change and rising temperatures are already exposing people everywhere to an unacceptably high health risk.

– Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL)

The Lancet


Exercise May Improve Kidney Function in Obesity, Reduce Risk of Renal Disease

Aerobic exercise may reduce the risk of diabetes-related kidney disease in some people, according to a new study. The findings are published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Renal Physiology and was chosen as an APSselect articl...

– American Physiological Society (APS)

American Journal of Physiology—Renal Physiology


New Study Reveals Gut Microbes May Help Protect People Having a Bone Marrow Transplant

Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) reported results from a new study that looks at the likelihood of complications for people undergoing bone marrow transplants (BMTs). The observational study found that people with lower gut...

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

American Society of Hematology (ASH) 2018 Annual Meeting


Drug abuse viewed as the top health problem for Chicago youth

Chicago adults identified drug abuse, obesity, and child abuse and neglect as the top three big health problems for children and adolescents in the city, according to results from a new survey developed by Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital ...

– Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

Lurie Childrens


Alcohol Intake May Be Key to Long-term Weight Loss for People with Diabetes

A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing (Penn Nursing) suggests that alcohol consumption may attenuate long-term weight loss in adults with Type 2 diabetes.

– University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Obesity


Experts in immunotherapy, medical physics and cervical cancer named 2018 ASTRO Gold Medalists

The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) recently named three leaders in radiation oncology as the recipients of its Gold Medal award. Patricia Eifel, MD, FASTRO, David Jaffray, PhD, and Ralph Weichselbaum, MD, were awarded the highest hon...

– American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO)

ASTRO’s 60th Annual Meeting


Essential Oils From Garlic and Other Herbs and Spices Kill "Persister" Lyme Disease Bacteria

Oils from garlic and several other common herbs and medicinal plants show strong activity against the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, according to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

– Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Antibiotics


To curb maternal deaths in developing countries, researchers use X-rays to map a lifesaving drug in action

A team that includes researchers from the Bridge Institute at the University of Southern California (USC) and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory used X-rays to map the shape of a receptor in the body as it binds with mi...

– SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Audet et al., Nature Chemical Biology, 3 December 2018


Babies kicking in the womb are creating a map of their bodies

The kicks a mother feels from her unborn child may allow the baby to 'map' their own body and enable them to eventually explore their surroundings, suggests new research led by UCL in collaboration with UCLH.

– University College London

Scientific Reports


Mayo Researchers Say Oral Apixaban Safe and Effective for Treating Blood Clots in Cancer Patients

SAN DIEGO — Mayo Clinic researchers have found that an oral drug, apixaban, used to treat blood clots in patients undergoing cancer therapy, is safe and effective. The drug was associated with fewer major bleeding events and fewer recurrent blood c...

– Mayo Clinic

American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting


Genetic relic of the 'black death' may offer clues in treating liver disease

CINCINNATI--A gene mutation that is believed to have safeguarded some people in 14th century Europe from the bubonic plague today may be protecting HIV patients co-infected with hepatitis C from potentially fatal liver scarring, says a University of ...

– University of Cincinnati (UC) Academic Health Center

Clinical Infectious Diseases


New tumor model helps researchers treat pancreatic cancer

Patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer face a poor prognosis because the tumor forms dense scar-like tissue that is difficult for chemotherapy drugs to penetrate, but a new model may help researchers develop new therapies.

– South Dakota State University

Translational Oncology, 2018


Early results show promise for using genetically engineered immune cells to fight relapsed blood cancer

At the 60th Annual American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting in San Diego on Monday, UNC Lineberger researchers revealed preliminary results from a clinical study of an investigational cellular immunotherapy for Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin l...

– University of North Carolina Health Care System

60th Annual ASH Annual Meeting & Exposition


Graphic warnings snuff out cigarettes’ appeal to kids

New research from Cornell University suggests graphic warning labels on cigarette ads have the same anti-smoking effect as similar warning labels on cigarette packs.

– Cornell University

Health Education Research


Researchers Begin Testing Prednisone Alternatives

Nursing and pharmacy researchers hope to find a replacement for prednisone with fewer and less-severe side effects.

– Binghamton University, State University of New York


New Experimental Red Tide Respiratory Forecast Will Help Public Know Their Risks When They Visit the Beach

Pinellas County residents and visitors who are susceptible to the respiratory impacts of Florida's red tide -- especially people with asthma and other chronic lung diseases -- now have a new tool that will help them know their risks before they visit...

– Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System-Regional Association (GCOOS-RA)


National Rheumatology and Psoriasis Organizations Release Joint Guideline for Treating Psoriatic Arthritis

The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) have released a joint treatment guideline for psoriatic arthritis (PsA) that provides evidence-based pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic recommendations on caring for ...

– American College of Rheumatology (ACR)

ACR Psoriatic Arthritis Guideline


Can't Stop the Healing | Cincinnati Children's

A few months ago, Protective Services officers at Cincinnati Children's requested help from our Marketing & Communications team on a video. They wanted to be part of a lip sync challenge.

– Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center


First Accredited Continuing Medical Education Course Filmed in VR

For the first time, a 360-degree virtual reality (VR) Continuing Medical Education (CME) accredited course in GI surgery is available for streaming to surgeons and medical professionals. The course is a collaboration between medical experts at Cedars...

– Cedars-Sinai


Just How Healthy is Chicken Noodle Soup?

You may remember a loved one making you a bowl of chicken noodle soup whenever you were feeling under the weather as a child. Just how healthy is this culinary cure-all? BIDMC clinical dietitian Sandy Allonen, RD, weighs in.

Expert Available

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


Three Orlando Health Hospitals Earn Top Hospital Designations

Approximately six percent of U.S. hospitals achieve the prestigious recognition

– Orlando Health


Perosphere Pharmaceuticals' Ciraparantag Research Presented at American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting

Perosphere Pharmaceuticals Inc. today announced the presentation of clinical study results demonstrating, "Ciraparantag Safely and Effectively Reverses Apixaban and Rivaroxaban in Age-matched Healthy Volunteers as Measured by Whole Blood Clotting Tim...

– Perosphere Pharmaceuticals Inc.

American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting


South Lake Hospital to fully integrate with Orlando Health

Strengthening the commitment to provide quality healthcare services in South Lake County, Orlando Health and South Lake Memorial Hospital have signed an agreement that will soon make South Lake Hospital a controlled subsidiary of Orlando Health. Com...

– Orlando Health


NCCN Oncology Research Program Awarded $2 Million from Lilly to Study Mechanisms of Resistance to CDK4 & 6 Inhibitors in Breast Cancer Treatment

NCCN Oncology Research Program Awarded $2 Million from Lilly to Study Mechanisms of Resistance to CDK4 & 6 Inhibitors in Breast Cancer Treatment

– National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®)


UC San Diego Health is First in San Diego to offer CAR T-cell Therapy for Some Cancers

Following the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies for the treatment of certain types of non-Hodgkin lymphomas, UC San Diego Health was the first medical center in San Diego to be certified to ...

– University of California San Diego Health


MDCalc Launches Beta GI Guideline Summaries with American College of Gastroenterology

NEW YORK, NY — December 3, 2018 — MDCalc, the global leader in online evidence-based medical calculators, has launched its new guideline summaries in a public beta. The first set of 11 summaries debuted at the annual scientific meeting of the Ame...

– American College of Gastroenterology (ACG)


Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Nancy Glass Receives $2.2 Million to Prevent and Respond to Sexual and Domestic Violence

Two new grants totaling $2.2 million will fund Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Nancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, in the development of nationally accessible, culturally diverse, and age-appropriate resources to help protect survivors of dome...

– Johns Hopkins School of Nursing


UMSOM and Groupe De Recherche Action en Sante Begin Second Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine Study in Africa

A new study has been launched Burkina Faso for Bharat Biotech’s typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV). It is the second clinical study underway in Africa for the vaccine and the first in West Africa.

– University of Maryland Medical Center/School of Medicine

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


American College of Surgeons Recently Released Four New Checklists for its Strong for Surgery Program

Surgical teams now have four new tools to help them improve outcomes for their patients in the form of screening checklists from the American College of Surgeons Strong for Surgery program.

– American College of Surgeons (ACS)

Science News


Coping With Threats from Hurricanes, Wildfires and Rising Sea Levels

Risk assessment and risk mitigation practices can be beneficial in creating adaptation plans and making mitigation decisions for coastal communities. As scientists ponder the possibility of category six hurricanes, previous disaster prevention plans ...

– Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Dec-2018

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 16:10 ET


The Irrational but Predictable Consumer: Decision Making Based on Feelings Rather Than Facts

Risk and benefit perceptions are crucial to people’s acceptance of a particular technology and therefore their willingness to become a consumer. It has been suggested that, due to resource restraints, consumers’ perceptions are frequently formed ...

– Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)

Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Dec-2018

Embargo expired on 03-Dec-2018 at 13:00 ET


Colombia Tropical Forest Fires Spike After 2016 Peace Accords

Fires that contribute to deforestation spiked six-fold in Colombia in the year after an historic 2016 peace agreement ended decades of conflict between FARC guerrilla and government forces, according to a study in Nature Ecology & Evolution.

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Nature Ecology & Evolution; Rutgers Today


Portsmouth researchers make vital contribution to new gravitational wave discoveries

Researchers from the University of Portsmouth have made vital contributions to the observations of four new gravitational waves, which were announced this weekend (1 December).

– University of Portsmouth

Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Workshop in College Park, Maryland, USA.


New Discovery Complicates Efforts to Measure Universe’s Expansion

A new detection of supersoft X-ray emissions that are clearly not powered by fusion is showing scientists that fusion is not the only way such emissions occur, according to a study published today (Dec. 3) in the journal Nature Astronomy.

– Texas Tech University

Nature Astronomy


Utility customers overestimate cost savings with energy-conservation plans

When deciding whether to participate in programs designed to conserve energy during peak hours, consumers appear to rely more on their intuition about how much money they’re saving rather than on proof their bills are smaller, a new study has found...

– Ohio State University

Nature Energy


Borophene Advances as 2-D Materials Platform

Physicists synthesized 2-D atom-thin sheets of boron with large crystal domains, which are needed to make next-gen electronics.

– Brookhaven National Laboratory

Nature Nanotechnology, Dec. 3, 2018

includes video


Plant’s Recycling System Important in Sickness and in Health

A plant relies on cellular machinery to recycle materials during times of stress, but that same machinery has a remarkable influence on the plant's metabolism even under healthy growing conditions.

– Washington University in St. Louis

Nature Plants


Combination of Space-Based and Ground-Based Telescopes Reveals More Than 100 Exoplanets

An international team of astronomers using a combination of ground and space based telescopes have reported more than 100 extrasolar planets (here after, exoplanets) in only three months. These planets are quite diverse and expected to play a large r...

– National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS)

Astronomical Journal

includes video


LIGO and Virgo announce four new gravitational-wave detections

On Saturday, December 1, scientists attending the Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Workshop in College Park, Maryland, presented new results from the National Science Foundation's LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) and...

– Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Workshop


The secret contamination of polar bears

Using a new approach to measure chemical contaminants in polar bears, scientists from Canada and the United States found a large variety of new chlorinated and fluorinated substances, including many new polychlorinated biphenyl metabolites. Worryingl...

– Wiley

Angewandte Chemie International Edition


Salt-Evolved Zooplankton Grow Too Slowly To Block Salt-Induced Algal Blooms

Salt-adapted freshwater zooplankton grow 65 percent slower than regular zooplankton. Their slow growth cascades down the food chain in environments polluted with the most commonly found salt, triggering algal blooms.

– Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B


Machine learning helps predict worldwide plant-conservation priorities

A new approach co-developed at The Ohio State University uses data analytics and machine learning to predict the conservation status of more than 150,000 plants worldwide. Results suggest that more than 15,000 species likely qualify as near-threatene...

– Ohio State University

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


Story Tips from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, December 2018

ORNL solved methane mystery through tree trunk, soil study; neutrons unlock secrets of corn nanoparticles; lithium-ion battery study could inform safer designs; corrosion tests could advance molten salt reactor designs; thought leaders discuss sea of...

– Oak Ridge National Laboratory

New Phytologist, Jul-2018; ACS Nano, Sep-2018; Design and Irradiation of a Molten Salt Corrosion Experiment in The Ohio State University Research Reactor


Full of Energy

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering researchers have received a $1.88 million grant to study the properties of gallium oxide, which could prove to be an effective semiconductor for high-voltage systems. Gallium oxide could lead to ...

– University of Utah


Berkeley Lab Takes a Quantum Leap in Microelectronics

A Q&A with Ramamoorthy Ramesh on the need for next-generation computer chips

– Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Physicists awarded $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software

Researchers from West Virginia University have received $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software for the U.S. Department of Energy.

– West Virginia University


Bioarchaeologist receives NSF grant to study rise and fall of ancient societies in southern Peru

Corina Kellner of Northern Arizona University will use a Senior Archaeology Award to fund two summers of research in southern Peru to study the development, expansion and collapse of the Nasca and Wari societies during the Andean Middle Horizon perio...

– Northern Arizona University


DHS S&T to Demonstrate Tech Integration During Hazmat Scenario

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is presenting a demonstration of integrating emergency response technologies during a simulated HAZMAT scenario at the Port of Houston on December 5, 2018.

– Homeland Security's Science And Technology Directorate


Physicists awarded $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software

Researchers have received $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software for the U.S. Department of Energy. Physicists James Lewis and Aldo Romero will lead a team to develop new machine-learning tools for advancing chemical and materials science...

– West Virginia University - Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

Lifestyle & Social Sciences


Can Guaranteed Admissions Help Reduce College Undermatching?

Low-income, highly qualified students are more likely to choose selective universities that match their academic profiles when they know their admission is guaranteed though state automatic admissions policies, according to a new study published onli...

– American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis


The Powerful Impact of Real-World Learning Experiences for Kids

Real-world learning experiences, like summer camps, can significantly improve children’s knowledge in a matter of just days, a new study suggests.

– Ohio State University

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology


Extra Points for Superior Snoozing: Students Who Meet '8-Hour Sleep Challenge' Do Better on Finals

Students given extra points if they met “The 8-hour Challenge” — averaging eight hours of sleep for five nights during final exams week — did better than those who snubbed (or flubbed) the incentive, according to Baylor University research. B...

– Baylor University

Journal of Interior Design; Teaching of Psychology


Delivery demand driving pressure on urban freight capacity

More people are living and working in urban areas, increasing demand for deliveries in already congested neighborhoods. An Iowa State University researcher says expects the problem to get worse, especially with more retailers offering same-delivery. ...

– Iowa State University

Transportation Research Part A


Ideal marriage partners drive Waorani warriors to war

Researchers examined the social composition of raiding parties and their relationship to marriage alliances in an Amazonian tribal society, the Waorani of Ecuador. The Waorani formerly practiced lethal raiding, or small-scale warfare, as part of thei...

– University of Utah

Proceedings of the Royal Society B


WIU Administrator, Students Help with Taylorville Tornado Damage Assessment

MACOMB, IL – A Western Illinois University administrator and two students were headed outside the classroom Monday morning to assist with assessing the damage caused by the tornadoes impacting central Illinois Saturday afternoon.

– Western Illinois University


Slavery in early Illinois: The untold battle to keep the state free

The call to make Illinois a slave state in the early 1820s failed in large part to a pair of English settlers who founded the southern Illinois town of Albion the same year the state was chartered, said Caroline Kisiel, an assistant professor in DePa...

Expert Available

– DePaul University


Razvan Lungeanu Joins D'Amore-Mckim as Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business recently welcomed Razvan Lungeanu as an assistant professor in the Entrepreneurship & Innovation group.

– Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business


Venkat Kuppuswamy Joins D'Amore-Mckim as Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business recently welcomed Venkat Kuppuswamy as an assistant professor in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation group.

– Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business


Four NYU Students Selected as Schwarzman Scholars for Study in China

Four New York University students have been selected as 2020 Schwarzman Scholars, an honor that will support master’s degree study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

– New York University


$100K grant helps UIC professor focus on public conviction registries

Police websites publish personal data about people with past convictions.

– University of Illinois at Chicago

Business News


Aguilera Earns Another Prestigious Fellowship

D’Amore-McKim is pleased to congratulate Ruth V. Aguilera, Distinguished Professor in International Business and Strategy, on her recent induction as Fellow to the Strategic Management Society (SMS).

– Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business

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