Top News: #Cancer

Here are the top read news for #Cancer: Vitamin D levels connected to metastasis-associated protein, Stanford study finds: A preliminary study conducted primarily in laboratory mice indicates that breast cancer cells metastasize more readily when the animals have low levels of vitamin D: Read more Single dose of Trastuzumab initiated stronger immune response among certain breast…

Top News: #Nurses

Here are the top read news for #Nurses: Not just a tech: Everyone’s important in the OR: The other day, I was operating on a little girl with a congenital ear abnormality. Not life and death stuff, but delicate surgery nonetheless. My surgical scrub technician was someone with whom I hadn’t worked before, and I…

Top News: #Cancer

Here are the top read news for #Cancer: Thyroid and breast cancer survivors at risk of the other malignancy: Women who survive either breast or thyroid cancer are at greater risk of developing the other type in the future as a secondary malignancy, says research published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention: Read more  …

Top News: #IVTherapy

Here are the top read news for #IVtherapy:   How technology helps nurses start IVs right the first time: For any patient who’s ever been stuck multiple times by a nurse trying to start an IV, a medical device now in widespread use at Edward Hospital in Naperville is a welcome invention. Read more   Pressure-Guided…

Top News: #IVTherapy

Here are the  top read news for #health:   IV Drip Drug Used During An MRI Leaves Behind Toxic Metal Residue In Brains Of Patients: Some gadolinium-based contrast agents, intravenous drugs used during an MRI, leave behind a potentially toxic metal in the brains of patients. Read more   FDA-cleared device advances IV therapy: While many…

Top News: #Autism

Here are the top read news for #autism:   The most promising areas of autism research: Researchers have been making tremendous progress in their efforts to understand the causes of autism, as well as which interventions may be most effective to help children with the disorder thrive. Read more   Some Doctors Still Dismiss Parents’ Concerns…