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MRIs may help identify MS risks, Finds new research

Multiple Sclerosis Risk in Children Revealed with MRI Brain Scans, Study Finds

A new study reveals MRI brain scans can help identify neurological changes associated with multiple sclerosis before symptoms appear in children. Published in the November issue of the journal Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation, the study of 38 children at 16 sites in six countries showed that the MRIs can reveal changes in the brain associated with MS before the clinical ... Read More »

myONE: company has invented custom ones in 60 sizes

myONE: company has invented custom ones in 60 sizes

One Condoms has begun selling its custom MyOne Perfect Fit Condom, which come in 60 different sizes, following changes in regulations from the FDA and industry standards groups. Does size matter? It’s no secret than many people don’t like to use condoms. Common complaints focus on issues related to fit and feel, such as the condom being too loose, tight, short ... Read More »

Mum Warns Others After Baby Burned By Phone Charger (Photo)

Mum Warns Others After Baby Burned By Phone Charger (Photo)

A mother has shared images of an electrical burn left on her daughter’s mouth after she sucked on a switched-on phone charger. Courtney N Davis, from Kentucky, posted the alarming images on Facebook in a bid to warn other parents about the potential hazard from the everyday object. She made the accident public after sharing the story with a “mum ... Read More »

Scientists Find Women Make Better Surgeons Than Men

Scientists Find Women Make Better Surgeons Than Men

Patients operated on by female surgeons have slightly lower death rates than those treated by men, study suggests. A new research in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found a small but significant reduction in death rates of 12% for those patients treated by women compared with men. However, the study cannot establish cause and effect, and the researchers stress that ... Read More »

Dealing with an Employee Suffering from Depression

Dealing with an Employee Suffering from Depression

Today is World Mental Health Day and according to the World Health Organization (WHO), on a global scale, more than 300 million people suffer from depression and more than 260 million have anxiety disorders, many of whom live with both. For many employers it is now second nature to consider their employees over all health, but in recent years tackling ... Read More »

Ibuprofen better than ‘morphine’ for childrens after minor surgery

Ibuprofen better than morphine for childrens after minor surgery

Ibuprofen has fewer adverse effects and may be better than oral morphine for pain relief in children after minor orthopaedic outpatient surgery, according to a study published online today in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. “This result suggests that adequate pain management should be an important goal of care, even after minor outpatient surgery, and that more effective pharmacologic and ... Read More »

Now dentists are being blamed for the antibiotic crisis, says new study

Now dentists are being blamed for the antibiotic crisis, says new study

DENTISTS prescribing unnecessary antibiotics could be spreading an antibiotic-resistant superbug infection, researchers have claimed. Taking antibiotics can put patients at risk for developing C. diff and illustrates the importance of using the medications only when needed. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) tracked community-associated C. diff infections — meaning those in patients who did not have an overnight stay in ... Read More »