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Showing 1 - 15 of 4471 between Jan 2004 and Feb 2020

Corporate Social ResponsibilityElsevier opens up Embase to Research4Life24/02/2020

Researchers and healthcare professionals in developing countries now have access to one of the world’s most comprehensive biomedical literature databases

Nutraceuticals have potential for boosting the type 1 interferon response to RNA viruses, as reported in Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases

Findings reported in The American Journal of Pathology indicate that adrenomedullin helps resolve lung damage and pulmonary hypertension caused by oxygen exposure during the newborn period in mice

Integration of GMDN data into Embase database offers critical data to global manufacturers ahead of new regulations

Elsevier’s global evidence-based solution recognized among the best in the marketplace, for the fourth year in a row

Early-career researchers living and working in Bangladesh, Guatemala, Kenya, Sri Lanka, and Yemen have been recognized for their work in engineering, innovation and technology

To mitigate risk in new and existing product lifecycles, Chemtiva brings together information on more than 13 million substances, 7 million products and 17,000 suppliers

The HTK program spanning 40 states helps educate older veterans on improving nutrition for healthy aging, and recent program quality improvement efforts inform HTK nutrition education by taking into account other issues facing older Americans

Updated guidelines published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine provide the most up-to-date and relevant clinical information to frontline providers in wilderness or austere environments including new guidelines on diabetes management and spinal immobilization

Research And JournalsMood disorders on genetic spectrum04/02/2020

Researchers quantify similarities and differences between depression and bipolar disorder in a genetic meta-analysis in Biological Psychiatry

Proof of concept study assesses DNA from numerous live cells using single-cell–based droplet digital PCR assay without cell fixation, cell staining, or whole-genome amplification, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

A new largescale study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that overprescription of opioids by dentists was common, particularly to patients at high risk for substance abuse. Almost a third of patients received more powerful drugs than needed

Hustle Hard label owner’s songs serve up hope and resilience to a wide range of listeners, a new dialogue paper in Forensic Science International: Mind and Law shows

Genetics and early life stress both important factors for mental health problems in adults adopted as children, says large genetic risk study in Biological Psychiatry