Tag: "solitary" at medical news

Mothers have brains primed for care

... in the third month continued with their atypical, solitary behavior patterns, showing a profound decrease in social interactions with other monkeys in the social group. "This finding suggests that children separated from their mothers at birth should be placed in the care of an alternative mother as soon as...

Second NIAID SARS vaccine candidate helps mice fend off SARS

...odified vaccinia Ankara (MVA). Neither MVA nor the solitary gene from the SARS virus can cause disease. Instead, MVA simply ferries the SARS gene into the body. First developed as a vaccine against smallpox, MVA has an excellent safety record in humans, says Dr. Moss, and it efficiently stimulates both the an...

Solitary pancreas transplant not associated with improved survival for patients with diabetes

Patients with diabetes who received a solitary pancreas transplant appeared to have worse surviva...od acids (ketoacidosis). According to the article, solitary pancreas transplantation (i.e., pancreas alone or pancreas-after-kidney) for diabetes mellitus remai...

Most hospitals don't use latest ordering technology

...these are designed for people who work in calm and solitary environments. This design disconnect is the source of both types of silent errors." The screen itself can cause errors. Choices that appear too close together result in ordering the wrong tests or sending orders for the wrong person. If a system i...

Ecstasy may be drug of choice for those trying to cope with lonelienss, study finds

...e pursuit of daily responsibilities and fun-filled solitary or group activities). Results show that drug users, in particular those who consume ecstasy, cope with the distressing effects of loneliness differently than non-drug users. Ecstasy users scored highest on all the coping strategies except for the ...

Hypnosis reduces surgical pain and time, improves safety

...e in nature, on a group of friends or family, on a solitary place, on ordinary tasks, or on being at home on the couch watching TV. One woman chose canning vegetables in the kitchen. Other people focuses on gambling in Las Vegas, building a harp, and even floating in the clouds with deceased loved ones all v...

University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University to share $10 million NIH grant to study mind-body relationships

... relatives get sick less often than those who lead solitary lives; and osteoarthritis has the potential to compromise the health of family members as a result of the patient's negative responses to symptoms and the burden of providing emotional support and task assistance to the patient. The projects to be c...

New Study Indicates Lightning Can Kill Without Leaving a Mark

...ntcausing death. Since most of the cases involved solitary hikers, witnesses weregenerally lacking, said Wachtel. "It is known that perfectly healthy people go off hiking in themountains and suddenly succumb to heart attacks," said Wachtel. "We think thishypothesis may help explain some of these oc...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... the April issue of Experimental Biology and ... Drs. Rex Gaskins and Paul Kenis in the ... of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign describe their ... reactions underlie a variety of cell functions including ... these crucial roles in regulating normal cellular behavior, ...
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