In the ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa, whose death toll is approaching 10,000, little information has been available about how the human immune response unfolds after infection. Now, researchers … Continue Reading First look at hospitalized Ebola survivors’ immune cells finds no immunosuppression.
Antibiotic-resistant infections are on the rise, foiling efforts to reduce death rates in developing countries where uncontrolled use of antibiotics and poor sanitation run amok. The epidemic of ‘superbugs,’ bacteria … Continue Reading Bacteriophages encoded from antibiotic-resistant bacteria DNA, used to destroy parent bacteria.
We know that obesity kills, we know that obesity costs the global economy billions, what we don’t know is how to sustainably treat obesity to bring the former points to … Continue Reading Healthinnovations on the BBC World panel on the Danish ‘Fat Tax’ [unedited]
Healthinnovations is not only on google plus but healthinnovations enjoys google +. I like the clean-cut asymmetrical minimalist design, I like the ease of use and I like the reach. … Continue Reading Healthinnovations on pharma brands on google +
To begin a QR code or Quick Response code is a 2-dimensional barcode which can be linked to a website or contain extra documentation, there’s one over there to the … Continue Reading Healthinnovations on QR codes in pharma & healthcare marketing.
The mental health patient is the forgotten patient…Let’s talk mental illness, does it make you feel uncomfortable? Does it worry you that speaking about it may lead people to believe … Continue Reading Health Innovations in Psychology Part One
I have just read a tweet about incentives being offered to women to take Mammograms in the US. These “mammogram parties” will offer incentives such as chocolate fondue, massages and … Continue Reading Why is it irresponsible to offer women incentives to take mammograms?