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Archive for May, 2018

Is medication alone helpful in improving pediatric asthma care?


Date: May 29th, 2018

Personalized assessment can help improve pediatric asthma care

From the study, it also emerged that improved personalized examinations are likely to boost on the accuracy of treatment and also be a plus on Pediatric asthma medication.

Who faces the greatest risk of obesity-related cancer?


Date: May 25th, 2018

Women with type 2 diabetes risk high obesity-linked cancer

The study also found that women and men also have a big risk of being discovered with cancer years that follow a diabetes diagnosis.

Medpac advises on the need to provide patients with information about post-acute care


Date: May 22nd, 2018

Disparity in information regarding post-acute care

However, the MedPAC expresses concern that how this should be done has remained a problem.

Clarithromycin risky for patients with heart diseases


Date: May 18th, 2018

Study reveals that death rate is higher patients with heart disease

The safety statement came at a time when there is significant increase in the risk of cardiac and cerebrovascular events, which can even lead to death after one year. FDA based this recommendation on their reviews of follow-up data from the Large CLARICOR clinical trial that took a maximum of 10 years.

Glucose monitoring devices helpful to people with risky diabetes


Date: May 15th, 2018

Symptoms of low blood sugar

 Early signs and symptoms of hypoglycaemia

Hypoglycaemia is a condition in which the sugar level in the blood is lower than the optimum or the required level when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin in the blood hence referred to as low blood sugar. The obvious symptoms of this condition include sweating, shaking, headache, hunger and blurred vision that occurs in the early stages. This condition can lead to death, coma or seizure if ignored.

Fish oil in pregnant mothers lower children’s allergic risk


Date: May 11th, 2018

The impact of diet on expectant mothers and their babies

One way of reducing the risks of developing allergies in children is by consuming fish oil supplements and probiotic yoghurts during pregnancy.

The impact of diets on celiac disease in young children


Date: May 8th, 2018

Celiac disease and early diet

In early-life, post wearing diet had a great influence in determining whether the children were likely to suffer from celiac disease.

CPR survival rates are not higher as you may expect


Date: May 4th, 2018

Most people do not survive CPR

According to a small U.S. study, many people do believe that cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is always successful in most cases than it is in reality.

5 Tips to Prepare for a Medical Emergency at the Workplace


Date: May 1st, 2018

Medical emergencies usually escape notice when it comes to safety preparedness at the workplace. Medical emergencies can happen anytime. An organization needs to anticipate and plan for medical emergencies.