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81. U.S. Challenges World to Intensify Global Fight against Antibiotic Resistance
The United States announced today, during the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York, The AMR Challenge?the most ambitious global initiative to date to combat the growing threat of antibiotic resistance (AR or AMR). This unprecedented challenge, led by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), charges pharmaceutical and health insurance companies, food animal producers and purchasers, medical professionals, government health officials, and other leaders from around the world to work together to address antibiotic resistance by:
09/25/2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
82. Trump administration to review human fetal tissue research
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Washington, D.C., which funds much of the nation''s biomedical research, has launched a comprehensive review of human fetal tissue research, to ensure that its complying with laws and regulations.
09/25/2018 Science and Policy: by Meredith Wadman
83. Zapping mutant DNA in mitochondria could treat major class of genetic disease
Two studies published this week in Nature Medicine reveal that two older genome-editing tools can slash the amount of defective mtDNA in mice bred to have a mitochondrial disease, counteracting the effects of the mutation. The proof-of-principle results could open the way for the first treatments for mitochondrial diseases.
09/24/2018 Science: Biology, Health, by Mitch Leslie
84. Metaresearchers study how research is done-and why it goes wrong
Metaresearch, or research on research, is now blossoming as a scientific field of its own.
09/21/2018 Science, by Martin Enserink
85. Inclusion Across the Lifespan: NIH Policy for Clinical Research
This Viewpoint summarizes provisions of the National Institutes of Health’s Inclusion Across the Lifespan policy scheduled for implementation in 2019 for clinical trials, which will require written plans to recruit younger and older participants as a part of grant applications and documentation of participant age in trial progress reports.
09/21/2018 JAMA: Viewpoint, Bernard et al.
86. More and more scientists are preregistering their studies. Should you?
Preregistration, in its simplest form, is a one-page document answering basic questions.
09/21/2018 Science: Scientific Community, Metaresearch, by Kai Kupferschmidt
87. This research group seeks to expose weaknesses in science-and they''ll step on some toes if they have to
Metaresearchers investigate how scientists operate, and how they can slip off the rails.
09/20/2018 Science: Scientific Community, Metaresearch, by Erik Stokstad
88. Death Rates Up for 5 of the 12 Leading Causes of Death
CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics today released Health, United States, 2017 the 41st annual health of the nation report from the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to the President and Congress.
09/20/2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
89. FDA proposes stiff fines for failing to report clinical trials
Pharmaceutical companies could face penalties of up to US$10,000 per day.
09/20/2018 Nature News
90. Death Rates Up for 5 of the 12 Leading Causes of Death
CDC''s National Center for Health Statistics today released Health, United States, 2017 - the 41st annual health of the nation report from the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to the President and Congress.
09/20/2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
91. Trump''s biodefense plan aims to improve coordination across agencies
In an attempt to bolster the U.S. government''s defenses against biological threats, President Donald Trump뭩 administration yesterday announced a strategy to better coordinate the often overlapping efforts of 15 departments and agencies and 16 branches of the intelligence community.
09/19/2018 Science: Policy by Jon Cohen
92. There are about 20,000 human genes. So why do scientists only study a small fraction of them?
Genes that have a big impact when they are mutated or disabled in cells or mice are also attractive to scientists because they are more likely have big impacts in the body.
09/18/2018 Science: People and Events, Scientific Community, by Jocelyn Kaiser
93. CDC provides new funds to battle the opioid overdose epidemic
Enhancing state, territorial, tribal, and non-governmental capacity to prevent opioid overdoses
09/18/2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
94. From Lifespan to Healthspan
This viewpoint discusses increased life expectancy and the initiatives to address the risks and unintended consequences of living longer.
09/17/2018 JAMA: Viewpoint, Scientific Discovery and the Future of Medicine, by Olshansky
95. Effect of Aspirin on Disability-free Survival in the Healthy Elderly
Aspirin use in healthy elderly persons did not prolong disability-free survival over a period of 5 years but led to a higher rate of major hemorrhage than placebo.
09/16/2018 The New England Journal of Medicine (Massachusetts Medical Society)
96. Effect of Aspirin on All-Cause Mortality in the Healthy Elderly
Higher all-cause mortality was observed among apparently healthy older adults who received daily aspirin than among those who received placebo and was attributed primarily to cancer-related death.
09/16/2018 The New England Journal of Medicine (Massachusetts Medical Society)
97. Semisynthetic sensor proteins enable metabolic assays at the point of care
The sensor system successfully generated point-of-care measurements of phenylalanine, glucose, and glutamate. Concentrations of phenylalanine in the blood of phenylketonuria patients were analyzed within minutes with only half a microliter of blood.
09/14/2018 Science 14 Sep 2018: Vol. 361, Issue 6407, pp. 1122-1126
98. NIH gets $2 billion boost in final 2019 spending bill
By Jocelyn KaiserSep. 14, 2018 Congress has approved a $2 billion raise, to $39.1 billion, for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a 2019 spending bill approved by House of Representatives and Senate negotiators last night.
09/14/2018 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
99. Engineered natural killer cells may be the next great cancer immunotherapy
By Mitch Leslie, Sep. 13, 2018 Inspired by success with T cells, scientists equip other immune cells with cancer-homing protein
09/13/2018 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
100. Abbott Is Named Global Industry Leader in Sustainability for the Sixth Consecutive Year on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI)
ABBOTT PARK, Ill., Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --?For the sixth consecutive year, Abbott (NYSE: ABT) has been named the leading company in its industry by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), one of the most prestigious global benchmarks for corporate sustainability and responsibility. As the industry leader in Health Care Equipment & Supplies, Abbott is one of the 60 companies recognized for leading their respective global industries.
09/13/2018 Abbott
   
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