Category Archives: Health

26May/20

NJHA Charts Rise and Fall of COVID Hospitalizations; Peak Occurred April 14

A new bulletin from the New Jersey Hospital Association reviews the “rise and fall” of COVID-19 in New Jersey hospitals, charting the peak day of hospital activity on April 14 and the steady decline that is bringing the state’s hospitals close to pre-COVID capacity levels. Read more

23May/20

SAS launches free AI-driven environment to mine COVID-19 research

Globally, thousands of scientists are working tirelessly on COVID-19 mitigation efforts, including the search for new treatments and a vaccine. Analytics leader SAS brings a powerful resource to the fight with COVID-19 Scientific Literature Search and Text Analysis, a free visual text analysis environment that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to quickly search tens of thousands of research articles on COVID-19 and deliver potentially lifesaving answers to these scientists. Read more

18May/20

Does Reading the News Lead to Less Anxiety Than Watching It?

More than two months into the COVID-19 pandemic people are starting to get antsy for a return to normalcy. Rami Odeh (Oh-DAY), an author, certified exercise physiologist, personal trainer and corporate presenter, has found that his corporate clients are now seeking his advice on coping strategies they can offer their employees to lessen information overload and feelings of isolation. Read more

18May/20

Reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other diseases using a new device that attacks pathogens in the air and on surfaces

PA Consulting and Hydroxyl Technologies Ltd seek commercial partners to rapidly manufacture a powerful device that uses hydroxyl radicals to neutralize coronaviruses and other pathogens in indoor spaces, protecting people as they go about their daily lives. Read more

05Nov/17

Thirty newborns die in 48 hours at India hospital

GORAKHPUR, UTTAR PRADESH STATE, INDIA (NOVEMBER 5, 2017) (ANI) – Thirty newborns died within 48 hours at a state-run hospital in India’s northern Uttar Pradesh state, medical college confirmed on Sunday (November 5). Continue reading

23Oct/17

Broken heart syndrome explained

A new study details the case of a Texan woman who was left hospitalized with broken heart syndrome after the death of her dog. Continue reading

09Oct/17

New molecule eliminates HIV reservoirs with ‘kick and kill’ approach

Researchers may have finally found a way to eliminate the HIV reservoirs that often remain hidden in the body. Continue reading