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ECRI

Category: Public Health and Safety - Policy and Regulation
Location: Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania - United States

Provides publications, information, and consulting services internationally for healthcare technology assessment and cost effectiveness, risk and environmental management, and patient safety; site includes Includes classification guides, evaluation services, clinical alerts, data bases, and links to related sites.

 
American Spinal Injury Association

Category: Medicine - Medical Specialties
Location: Wilmette, Illinois - United States

Provides education to physicians interested in spinal cord injury research, acute care, rehabilitation, and lifetime follow-up.

 
Thyroiditis: Differential Diagnosis and Management

Category: Conditions and Diseases - Endocrine Disorders
Location: Leawood, Kansas - United States

Article by American Academy of Family Physicians provides classification and clinical manifestations of thyroiditis subtypes.

 
American Family Physician: Surgical Options in the Management of Groin Hernias

Category: Conditions and Diseases - Digestive Disorders
Location: Leawood, Kansas - United States

Epidemiology, anatomy, diagnosis, classification, indications to surgery, anesthesia, techniques and results, in a scientific paper provided by American Accademy of Family Physician.

 
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Shi'ite group hands back army camp to Yemeni government
Shi'ite Muslim tribesmen handed back an army camp to the Yemeni government on Saturday, a spokesman for the group said, to try to defuse tensions caused by the capture of a provincial capital north of Sanaa this week. The fall of Omran, some ...

Testicular Cancer Up Sharply Among Young Hispanics, Study Finds
MONDAY, July 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Testicular cancer rates have risen sharply among young Hispanic Americans in recent years, but not among young whites, a new study finds. Historically, white men have had the highest rate of testicular can...

Bed-Sharing Linked to SIDS
MONDAY, July 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Risk factors for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) appear to change with the age of the infant, researchers say. They found that younger babies are more likely to die when they're sharing beds, while old...

Targacept ends Alzheimer's drug trial after mid-stage failure
(Reuters) - Targacept Inc said it was ending a mid-stage trial on its Alzheimer's drug as it did not show superiority over standard medication, sending its shares down as much as 19.8 percent. The drug, TC-1734, which was being tested against...

Second probe details more CDC anthrax lab problems
NEW YORK (AP) — A second investigation has detailed additional safety problems at federal health laboratories in Atlanta, including the use of expired disinfectants and the transfer of dangerous germs in Ziploc bags.

States told to find way to clear Medicaid backlog
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A half-dozen states with backlogs for Medicaid enrollees were facing a federal deadline Monday to create plans for getting those low-income residents enrolled in health coverage.

Doctor characteristics may influence prostate cancer treatment
By Andrew M. Seaman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Whether a man's low-risk prostate cancer gets treated with surveillance, surgery or another method may have more to do with his doctor than his health, according to a new study. Urologists who ...

South African anti-apartheid author, Nobel winner Gordimer dies
By Ndundu Sithole JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer, an unwavering moralist who became one of the most powerful voices against the injustice of apartheid, has died at the age of 90, her family said ...

Bed-sharing is biggest risk factor in infant deaths
Bed-sharing is the largest risk factor for sudden infant death, particularly among very young babies, US researchers said on Monday. Sixty-nine percent of babies who died suddenly were sharing a sleeping space with another person when they died, ...

Targacept stops Alzheimer's drug trial after it fails mid-stage
(Reuters) - Targacept Inc said its experimental Alzheimer's drug did not show superiority over standard medication in a mid-stage study and that it would no longer invest in the development of the treatment. The company's shares were down ...

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