- Faculty seeks USC president's ouster over campus gynecologist scandal May 24, 2018A University of Southern California faculty organization is asking school President C.L. Max Nikias to resign amid a scandal involving a former campus gynecologist accused of sexual misconduct and using racist language during exams.
- Sleep in this weekend -- you might live longer May 24, 2018Your pets may be pestering you to get up and feed them, and your spouse may want you to get started on that honey-do list, but tell them you're sleeping in this weekend. Science says it may help you live longer, especially if you don't get enough rest during the week.
- Younger American women more likely to get lung cancer than men May 24, 2018Historically, men have been more likely to develop lung cancer than women in the United States, but new research indicates that this sex-based trend has flipped, with the greatest shift occurring among whites and some Hispanics born after the mid-1960s. Overall, younger women are now more likely to get lung cancer than men of the […]
- Ireland: Where thousands of women travel abroad for an abortion May 24, 2018Julie O'Donnell was 29 weeks pregnant, on a flight from Dublin to Liverpool that was packed with rowdy holidaymakers, tears streaming down her face.
- 2 Ebola patients escape from treatment in Congo, raising fears virus could spread May 24, 2018Two Ebola patients slipped out of a treatment center this week in the Democratic Republic of Congo, French aid agency Doctors Without Borders said, raising fears the virus may spread as health officials raced to trace anyone they may have encountered. The patients died within a day.
- Complete Resection Possible in Recurrent, Low-Volume Ovarian Ca May 24, 2018(MedPage Today) -- Median overall survival of 6 years seen in select patients
- Can Cognitive Training Reduce Gait Freezing in PD? May 24, 2018(MedPage Today) -- Pilot study shows promise for 'on' Parkinson's patients
- Aldosterone Antagonists May Help STEMI Beyond Low EF May 24, 2018(MedPage Today) -- Trial meta-analysis supports 'substantial' advantage for survival rates
- Antidepressants Carry Weight Gain Risk Years Into Treatment May 24, 2018(MedPage Today) -- Most prominent in second and third years of therapy
- Lung Disease in Women Getting Increased Scrutiny May 24, 2018(MedPage Today) -- Gender affects both prevalence and effects
- The actor responds to a CNN report on alleged inappropriate behavior, says he would not intentionally make anyone feel 'uncomfortable or disrespected' May 24, 2018A young production assistant thought she had landed the job of her dreams when, in the summer of 2015, she started work on "Going In Style," a bank heist comedy starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin.
- Video of exchange between reporters, Freeman May 24, 2018An entertainment producer at Chicago's WGN-TV, Tyra Martin, said she spent hours interviewing Morgan Freeman at various press junkets. Over the course of a decade, she said, she sat down with him at least nine times and grew accustomed to his comments about her appearance. But Martin made it clear in an interview with CNN […]
- Are you obligated to report sexual harassment at work? May 4, 2018
- What happens when you witness sexual harassment in the workplace February 9, 2018
- Morgan Freeman in 2011: Let women chase you May 24, 2018Morgan Freeman talked with former CNN anchor Piers Morgan in 2011 about his strategy for attracting women.
- Acceptability and Feasibility of a Sexual Health Intervention for Young Adult Black Women May 17, 2018To assess the acceptability and feasibility of S2S, a newly adapted behavior intervention to address high-risk sexual behavior.
- An Homage to the In Focus Section of JOGNN May 12, 2018For many years, the In Focus section of the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN) has been used to disseminate the latest information on specific topics related to obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing. Each series has a particular focus and includes an introductory editorial by the guest editor and three or four solicited […]
- Social Ecological Examination of Factors That Influence the Treatment of Newborns With Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome May 12, 2018Health care systems are challenged with issues of overdiagnosis and overtreatment. Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) may be overdiagnosed with standardized assessment protocols and may be overtreated with current NICU-based models of care. Clinical approaches to caring for neonates with NAS and their families have not significantly changed for 40 years, and there is growing interest […]
- Electronic Informed Consent to Facilitate Recruitment of Pregnant Women Into Research May 11, 2018Methods to obtain informed consent digitally or electronically may increase the participation of racially and geographically diverse pregnant women in prospective research, which is essential to improve the evidence base for maternity care. We evaluated the feasibility and utility of e-consent in the first year of a multiyear clinical trial involving pregnant women. Of the […]
- Current Resources for Evidence-Based Practice, July 2018 May 9, 2018Published simultaneously in the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, 63(4).
- 1 in 3 swimming-related disease outbreaks occur at hotels May 17, 2018Crypto parasite continues to cause most outbreaks and illnesses linked to pools and water playgrounds
- New Rapid Rabies Test Could Revolutionize Testing and Treatment May 16, 2018Test could save lives and lead to fewer unnecessary rabies shots
- Half of mental health facilities and a third of substance abuse treatment facilities have smoke-free campuses May 10, 2018Opportunity to enhance tobacco cessation treatment in these settings
- Three CDC scientists named as 2018 Service to America Medal Finalists May 10, 2018The Partnership for Public Service has announced its nominees for the 2018 Service to America Medals, known as the “Sammies.” CDC has three finalists for these prestigious public health awards that recognize the talents and achievements of federal employees.
- Transcript for Vital Signs Teleconference: Vector Borne Diseases May 2, 2018Transcript for Vital Signs Teleconference - Vector Borne Diseases: More than 640,000 cases reported, 2004-2016: Illnesses from tick, mosquito, and flea bites increased from 2004 - 2016
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