Tag: "jeopardy" at medical news
Too much water may be as dangerous as too little during long-distance athletic events
...o much water during a race could put themselves at jeopardy
for developing hyponatremia, a condition marked by a loss in the body's sodium content that can result in physical symptoms such as lethargy, disorientation, seizures and even respiratory distress. In a perspectives article in the current issue of Th...
Study on hypertension indicates racial disparity among Hispanics
...which we live, Hispanic Blacks could face a double jeopardy
discrimination both from outside the Hispanic community and from within. Such discrimination may lead to inequality in opportunities and life chances which can translate into poorer health." Dr. Borrell's work was supported by the National Institut...
Warning to government from biotech on PBS changes
... from the pharmaceutical sector could be placed in jeopardy
by anyGovernment measures which did not take into account "the bigger picture" of encouraging the right climate for innovation and investment. The chief executive officer of Medicines Australia, Kieran Schneemann, said AusBiotech had recognised the d...
Pauletta and Denzel Washington to present Cedars-Sinai neuroscience scholarships June 7
...immediate gratification. "The United States is in jeopardy
of losing its leadership role in the sciences at the very time that we have our greatest opportunity to translate discoveries into treatments. We believe it is important to train the next generation of life scientists and are pleased to be joined by ...
Health insurance fails to protect Americans from financial risk
...ss or injury can leave people in serious financial jeopardy
even when they have health insurance, according to a report released today by The Access Project and Brandeis University. The Illusion of Coverage: How Health Insurance Fails People When They Get Sick, reports findings based on in-depth interviews w...
MTAS will cause irreparable harm to 10,000 junior doctors
... The Comment also warns that patients could be in jeopardy
due to the MTAS crisis, and describes as "absurd" the prospect of newly appointed trainee doctors taking up their posts on the changeover date of August 1 announced by the government. It says: "Patients will be in the vanguard, as doctors disappear...