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Dräger’s new IncuWarmer Babyleo TN500 offers optimal thermoregulation in neonatal care

The new IncuWarmer Babyleo TN500 from Dräger offers optimal thermoregulation in open care, closed care and transition ...
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A doctor shares 7 steps he’ll review to decide when and where it’s safe to go out and about

The Inn at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia, shown May 20, 2020, plans to use mannequins in its dining room to enforce social distancing when it reopens at the end ...
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Study finds intake of BioCell Collagen decreases common signs of photoaging

Building on an extensive body of research on the efficacy of BioCell Collagen®, a new published laboratory study finds that daily supplementation with the branded matrix reduced common signs of ...
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Human to Labskin Skin Models for Dermatology Research

A Human Skin Equivalent (HSE) skin model used for dermatology research, made from the same primary human cells but grown to a defined specification in a laboratory and not as ...
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Study: Skin-to-skin contact shows significant benefits for pre-term babies

A world-first study led by Monash University has demonstrated significant benefits to a premature baby's heart and brain function when held by the parent in skin-to-skin contact ...
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A majority of vaccine skeptics plan to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine, a study suggests, and that could be a big problem

Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the NIAID, said that a vaccination could be available as early as January, 2021. AP Photo/Alex Brandon/FileThe availability of a vaccine for the novel coronavirus ...
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Wait times remain stubbornly long in hospital emergency rooms

How long will you wait? Getty ImagesEach year, there are well over 100 million hospital emergency department visits in the U.S. In 2017, there were about 139 million, or 43 ...
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Wildfire smoke worsens coronavirus risk, putting firefighters in extra danger

New research shows that exposure to air pollution, including wildfire smoke, can make coronavirus particularly deadly. AP Photo/Marcio Jose SanchezAs summer approaches, two forces of nature are on a collision ...
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COVID-19 may hit rural residents hard, and that spells trouble because of lack of rural health care

The empty streets of Hebron, Illinois, population 1,200, a village three miles south of the Illinois/Wisconsin border. Scott Olson/Getty ImagesThe burden of COVID-19 in rural areas has been under the ...
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COVID-19 is hitting black and poor communities the hardest, underscoring fault lines in access and care for those on margins

Nurse Shelia Rickman participates in an after-shift demonstration on Monday, April 6, 2020, in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, after media reports of disproportionate numbers of black people dying from COVID-19 ...
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