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Twin Problems Ground Plane as Passengers Freeze Inside

TWIN PROBLEMS GROUND PLANE AS PASSENGERS FREEZE INSIDE

Twin problems of a medical emergency and a mechanical problem left 250 passengers on a United Airlines flight stranded for about 16...

CENTER FOR BETA CELL THERAPY IN DIABETES AND VIACYTE ANNOUNCE START OF EUROPEAN CLINICAL TRIAL OF HUMAN STEM CELL-DERIVED IMPLANTS IN TYPE 1 DIABETES PATIENTS

BRUSSELS and SAN DIEGO, Jan. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - The Center for Beta Cell Therapy in Diabetes, coordinator of an international...

 
 
 
Fainting for a Long Time: Good or Bad?

FAINTING FOR A LONG TIME: GOOD OR BAD?

Most of the time fainting is harmless, but sometimes people faint due to serious medical conditions. A new study reveals the best ways...

DOG POISONING CAUSES, SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT: FREE LIST

Guide to dog poisoning causes, symptoms and treatment options. Lists of dog poisonous plants, chemicals, medications, foods, insecticides...

 
 
 

RECEPTIONIST/EXPERIENCED BUSY GROWING OFFICE - SPINAK MEDICAL EYE CENTER - PEARL RIVER, NY

Answer phones - 5 lines, welcome patients and enter demographics, verify insurance status and more. 1 year ... From Indeed - Sat, 19...

Alphabet's Verily ECG watch gets FDA approval as medical device

ALPHABET'S VERILY ECG WATCH GETS FDA APPROVAL AS MEDICAL DEVICE

Alphabet unveiled Verily Study Watch in 2017, describing it as a smartwatch designed specifically for capturing health data from clinical...

 
 
 
Police: Missing Covington man may need life-saving medication

POLICE: MISSING COVINGTON MAN MAY NEED LIFE-SAVING MEDICATION

Authorities are searching for a missing Covington, Kentucky, man who may be without needed medication, police said Friday.

Dog who helped saved family from fire now needs help of her own

DOG WHO HELPED SAVED FAMILY FROM FIRE NOW NEEDS HELP OF HER OWN

Three-year-old Precious is in need of some serious medical care after saving her family from a fire last month.

 
 
 
Study: 1 in 4 Antibiotic Prescriptions Not Needed

STUDY: 1 IN 4 ANTIBIOTIC PRESCRIPTIONS NOT NEEDED

More than 23 percent of prescriptions studied were inappropriate, or not medically justified, researchers said. The inappropriate prescriptions...

A company that makes 'smart pills' that track when you take your medicine and how active you are is now expanding into cancer

A COMPANY THAT MAKES 'SMART PILLS' THAT TRACK WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR MEDICINE AND HOW ACTIVE YOU ARE IS NOW EXPANDING INTO CANCER

A digital medicine company called Proteus makes 'smart pills' embedded with sensors that tell your doctor when you've taken your medication....

 
 
 
Johnson & Johnson and Apple Collaborate on New Heart Health Program Aimed at Accelerating AFib Diagnosis

JOHNSON & JOHNSON AND APPLE COLLABORATE ON NEW HEART HEALTH PROGRAM AIMED AT ACCELERATING AFIB DIAGNOSIS

Johnson & Johnson today announced that it has entered into a research study with Apple to investigate whether a new heart health program...

Keeping active in old age may protect against dementia, study finds

KEEPING ACTIVE IN OLD AGE MAY PROTECT AGAINST DEMENTIA, STUDY FINDS

A new study from Rush University Medical Center has found that elderly adults who moved more than average, if with early signs of dementia,...

 
 
 
AlwaysAI Adds $4M to Bring Deep Learning to Embedded ‘Edge' Devices

ALWAYSAI ADDS $4M TO BRING DEEP LEARNING TO EMBEDDED ‘EDGE' DEVICES

Many of our devices, from wearables to medical instruments to drones, can capture reams of images. Using algorithms to analyze those...

Stem Cell Transplant May Help Some Aggressive MS

STEM CELL TRANSPLANT MAY HELP SOME AGGRESSIVE MS

Over an average of three years, MS progressed in 34 of 55 patients on medication - meaning their disabilities worsened. That compared...

 
 
 
Monday is no longer the most dangerous day for cardiac arrest, study finds

MONDAY IS NO LONGER THE MOST DANGEROUS DAY FOR CARDIAC ARREST, STUDY FINDS

A new study from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has found that Sunday was the least common day for heart attacks to be...

Medical detection dogs lick their diabetic owner's face during a hypo

MEDICAL DETECTION DOGS LICK THEIR DIABETIC OWNER'S FACE DURING A HYPO

Type 1 diabetic Claire Moon (pictured with her specially-trained dog Magic) was one of the participants in the study by the University...

 
 
 

ROCHE R&D EXEC BEGINS A NEW VOYAGE WITH BIOTECH MOVE

Another day, another Big Pharma exec jumps ship to biotech: This morning, it's Omar Khwaja, M.D., Ph.D., who becomes chief medical...

INSMED CMO OUT THE DOOR, HEADED FOR 'WEST COAST'

The New Year wanderlust continues anon as Paul Streck, M.D., will this week exit his role as chief medical officer of Insmed to "pursue...

 
 
 

RESEARCH STATISTICIAN 18-0090

Statistician 18-0090 This position will be located at our SF VA Medical Center. POSITION DEFINITION: We are seeking a full-time statistician...

AMBRX, INC.: CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

Ambrx, Inc.: Develop, implement and manage all clinical activities involving Ambrx's investigative products. La Jolla, CA ...