New England Journal Of Medicine
A nurse who was forcibly quarantined at a hospital isolation unit in New Jersey after testing negative for Ebola has been released.
Researchers found that after six weeks, injections that combined both epidural steroids and the anesthetic lidocaine were no more effective than lidocaine alone. Even the effects of lidocaine did not last long.
New Centers for Disease Control and Prevention figures and a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine are shining more light on autism.
Scientists have genetically engineered white blood cells to make them immune to the AIDS virus. Researchers say it seems safe and promising.
The mayor’s proposal would put a 16-ounce limit of sugary drinks sold at city restaurants, movie theaters, sports
venues and street carts and would apply to both bottled and fountain drinks.
They’ve only done it in three patients so far, but the results were striking: Two appear cancer-free up to a year after treatment, and the third patient is improved but still has some cancer.
A new study suggests the benefits of getting a mammogram may be more modest than previously estimated.