Mary Latham was a pioneer for Washington women in medicine

On May 7, 1905, Mid Mercantile, near Spokane, burned to the ground. A stable boy, Melville Logan, notices the fire while removing horses nearby. He recalls seeing a woman standing across from the blazing structure, fully clothed, silently watching, taking no action. Later, he told police her facial expression seemed more consistent with grim contentment. … Read more

Medical College of Idaho Administrator to Budget Committee: Housing remains a challenge for students

The University of Idaho College of Medicine program director told members of the Idaho Legislature’s budgeting committee on Friday that he continues to struggle with few in-state residence options for graduating students, contributing to Idaho’s longstanding problem of having the fewest physicians. per 100,000 people. The Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho Regional Medical Education … Read more

FSU Nursing Awarded NIH Grant $72.7 Million to Lead Adolescent HIV Clinical Trial Network

Researchers at the FSU Institute for Digital Health and Innovation (IDHI) have been awarded a $72.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to redesign and improve HIV prevention and care interventions in US adolescents and young adults. Florida State University has been awarded a $72.7 million grant from the National Institutes of … Read more

Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

The psychosocial burden of cutaneous (cutaneous) disorders in children and adolescents is heavy. Children and adolescents with various skin conditions are more likely to experience depression, stigmatization, bullying, and suicide at rates nearly twice as high as those without these conditions. Acne vulgaris, alopecia areata, atopic dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis and vitiligo, among others, represent five … Read more

Record number of deaths in the United States from cardiovascular disease early in the epidemic: report emerges

New data from the American Heart Association highlights the major impact of COVID-19 on cardiovascular health and mortality rates during the first year of the pandemic. The annual statistical report revealed that at least 928,741 Americans died of causes related to cardiovascular disease in 2020. That marks the largest one-year increase since 2015 and surpasses … Read more

What to know about the “Ozempic face” Some users claim common diabetes medications used for weight loss make them look gaunt

The term “Ozempic face” was coined and used on social media to describe what some people say is an aged or emaciated look on the faces of people using the drug. The hashtag #Ozempicface is providing scores of results on social media platforms like TikTok, and some dermatologists say they’re seeing this phenomenon in their … Read more

Tech platform ‘Food is Medicine’ shows willingness to grow with new $2.1M seed round

a The patient-led digital platform that enables low-income Americans with chronic health conditions to order the diet foods and support they need announced Thursday that it has closed a $2.1 million seed investment. finance Market free – one of Stratland News’ Kansas City Emerging to Watch in 2023 – allows the company to enhance its … Read more

Lobe Sciences, Ltd. Enters into a Clinical Research Collaborative Agreement with Integrative Headache Medicine of New York to study the effects of L-130 in the treatment of chronic cluster headache

Dr. Lauren R. Natbony to be the principal investigator VANCOUVER, BC – (Newsfile Corp. – January 26, 2023) – Lobe Sciences Ltd. (CSE: LOBE) (OTCQB: LOBEF) (“Lobe” or the “Company”), a North American biopharmaceutical company committed to the discovery and development of patient-centered psychedelic-derived medicines for neurological and brain diseases, announced today that it has … Read more