Herbal Supplements May Contain Toxic Contaminants, Unlisted Ingredients Dangerous to People with Allergies
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News
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Herbal Supplements May Contain Toxic Contaminants, Unlisted Ingredients Dangerous to People with Allergies

Susan Scutti - October 15, 2013

Thought the vitamins and herbal supplements you purchased to protect your 

Calling in Sick: It Happens Everywhere, But in Some Countries It Matters More
Global Healthcare
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Global Healthcare
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Calling in Sick: It Happens Everywhere, But in Some Countries It Matters More

Susan Scutti - October 13, 2013

You wake up coughing, still tired, and running a fever. Question: Go to work or stay home? You wake up coughing, still tired, and running a fever.…

Neuroscientists Discover Roots of Empathy: What Part of the Brain Helps Us Feel for Others?
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Specialties
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Neuroscientists Discover Roots of Empathy: What Part of the Brain Helps Us Feel for Others?

Susan Scutti - October 12, 2013

(Public domain)  Researchers from the Max Planck Institute discover how the supramarginal gyrus helps us distinguish our own emotional state from that of others and so enables us…

Migraines Affect Men and Women’s Brains Differently: Is Addiction in Men Equal to Headaches In Women?
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Diagnostics
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Migraines Affect Men and Women’s Brains Differently: Is Addiction in Men Equal to Headaches In Women?

Susan Scutti - October 11, 2013

Harvard researcher Nasim Maleki’s well-known study, published in the journalBrain last year, found that men and women suffer migraines differently. Harvard researcher Nasim Maleki’s well-known study, published in the journalBrain last…

Is Acetaminophen Behind The Autism Epidemic?
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Public Health
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Is Acetaminophen Behind The Autism Epidemic?

Susan Scutti - October 6, 2013

Although Cuba’s per capita income is about eight times lower than that of the U.S., the percentage of its population with autism is also lower — a…

Lyme Disease Vaccine: Cautionary Tale or Opportunity for Renewed Activism?
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Public Health
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Lyme Disease Vaccine: Cautionary Tale or Opportunity for Renewed Activism?

Susan Scutti - October 4, 2013

First published on Medical Daily First published on Medical DailyA recent New York Times opinion piece calls for a return of the vaccine for Lyme disease. "Return?" you ask. Most…

Over 200 Mobile Apps For Dermatology – But Can “Dr. Mole” Ever Be Truly Accurate…Or Accountable?
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Diagnostics
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Over 200 Mobile Apps For Dermatology – But Can “Dr. Mole” Ever Be Truly Accurate…Or Accountable?

Susan Scutti - October 3, 2013

In a review of new possibilities within the realm of cyber diagnosis, researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine discovered 229 mobile apps, most of…