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Analysis of patient experience surveys in Alberta, Canada reported findings around areas that could be the subject of future patient-centered quality improvements, while also revealing areas that are highly rated by patients, reports the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Findings reported in The American Journal of Pathology illustrate the metabolic components underlying the pathophysiological process of sepsis that have been a mystery for decades and have the potential to reduce mortality and morbidity

A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine cautions that these risk factors increase the risk of relapse among former smokers

Relatives of patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder have distinct brain abnormalities

US-based Team SUNSPOT recognized for award that honors innovation in renewable energy

International study finds bullying victimization is associated with suicide attempts across 48 countries

The bacterial population of children’s skin is to a large extent similar to that of their mothers and affected in the long term by whether they were born by vaginal delivery or Caesarian section, report scientists in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology

Two-fold test is capable of detecting and determining the type of HPV infection as well as the likelihood of progressing to cancer, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Solution reduces documentation burden, with one large health system reducing documentation time by more than six minutes per nurse per shift

A new study in The American Journal of Medicine links high daily intake of caffeinated beverages with the onset of migraine headaches on the same or next day

New understanding of the therapeutic effects of naltrexone could help improve the treatment of alcohol abuse

Elsevier also licenses the translation and distribution of certain Elsevier titles in Portuguese to GEN

Research And JournalsStudy debunks "July Effect" for heart surgeryJul 31, 2019

Medical residencies starting during summer months has no effect on the quality of treatment in hospital operating rooms. Cardiac surgery patients are managed by an experienced multidisciplinary team, not incoming residents

Science And TechnologyFinalists of the 2019 Reaxys® PhD Prize announcedJul 30, 2019

The Reaxys PhD Prize recognizes innovative and original research in chemistry and associated sciences