Shining Dye Improves Prostate Cancer Surgery Outcomes

The uncontrolled and abnormal cell growth in the prostate is the main reason for cancer in men. It is a very common cancer in men as it affects almost 52300 men every year in the UK. It is very dangerous and needs proper treatment and more attention. But there are very few effective treatments available […]

New Study Links High Alcohol Intake to Increased Heart Disease Risk

With the rising news of various types of coronary heart disease, it is the third leading cause of death, possibly linked to 17.8 million each year. Coronary heart disease happens due to cholesterol buildup within the artery walls forming plaques that make blood flow difficult to the heart. According to reports cisgender women are at […]

Bariatric Surgery Surpasses Medication for Blood Pressure Control

In a recent study that has garnered significant attention within the medical community, researchers have presented compelling evidence indicating that bariatric weight loss surgery is markedly superior in managing and controlling hypertension when compared to traditional medication therapy. This study highlights a pivotal advancement in the treatment of patients suffering from concurrent obesity and high […]

Research Reveals Elevated Cardiovascular and Metabolic Risk in Transgenders

At the Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes held in Hamburg from October 2nd to 6th, Dr. Dorte Glintborg from the Department of Endocrinology at Odense University Hospital in Denmark presented the latest data on metabolic issues faced by transgender individuals. While the relationship between diabetes and transgender identity remains […]

Safety Concerns Arise Amidst the Booming E-Bike Industry

The popularity of e-bikes has surged in recent years, offering a convenient and eco-friendly mode of transportation. However, this rapid growth has raised concerns about their safety, particularly for teenagers. As e-bikes become more prevalent on the roads, accidents involving young riders are on the rise. The lack of appropriate regulations and speed restrictions for […]

Doctors Created a Primary Care Clinic as Their Former Hospital Struggled

GALLUP, N.M. — About a year ago, Valory Wangler, a family medicine doctor, invited a handful of former co-workers to her backyard. During the early months of the covid-19 outbreak, Wangler and her colleagues had worked at a hospital in this former railroad hub of about 21,000 residents just a few miles from the Navajo […]

Study shows Hmong Americans Experience Strokes at Younger Ages

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association sheds light on the striking disparities in stroke incidence and characteristics between Hmong American adults and their white counterparts. The research, conducted by Dr. Haitham Hussein and his team at the University of Minnesota, highlights the urgent need for tailored healthcare outreach and […]

AI Might Put Humanity in Danger?

AI Foundation executives in the United States warn against installing kill switches in machine systems, claiming that doing so could enhance the likelihood of a superintelligence hostile to human civilization. A recent Yale CEO Summit poll found that 42% of CEOs thought AI would wipe out humanity within the next five to 10 years. Fox […]

AI May Be on Its Way to Your Doctor’s Office, But It’s Not Ready to See Patients

What use could health care have for someone who makes things up, can’t keep a secret, doesn’t really know anything, and, when speaking, simply fills in the next word based on what’s come before? Lots, if that individual is the newest form of artificial intelligence, according to some of the biggest companies out there. Companies […]

California Debates Extending PTSD Coverage to More First Responders

If you or someone you know may be experiencing a mental health crisis, contact the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by dialing “988” or the Crisis Text Line by texting “HOME” to 741741. A paramedic for about 30 years, Susan Farren knew all was not well with first responders: Eight of her colleagues had died […]