GW study identifies need for disaster preparedness training for dermatologists

WASHINGTON (Jan. 30, 2020) — The dermatology community is inadequately prepared for a biological disaster and would benefit from a formal preparedness training program, according to a study from the George Washington University (GW). The article is published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. Natural and man-made disasters can cause a range of dermatologic…

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Study provides first look at sperm microbiome using RNA sequencing

DETROIT – A new collaborative study published by a research team from the Wayne State University School of Medicine, the CReATe Fertility Centre and the University of Massachusetts Amherst provides the first in-depth look at the microbiome of human sperm utilizing RNA sequencing with sufficient sensitivity to identify contamination and pathogenic bacterial colonization. “We show…

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Obesity Medicine Association announces key updates to its 2020 Adult Obesity Algorithm

DENVER, COLO. — Jan 30, 2020 — The Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) today announced the immediate availability of the 2020 OMA Obesity Algorithm®, with new information for clinicians including obesity myths, polycystic ovary syndrome, obesity and psychiatric disease, ketogenic diet, as well as many other updates. “For the past seven years, the OMA Obesity Algorithm…

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Eat Natto, Live Longer?

Eating fermented soy products may reduce the risk of premature death, researchers report. Some soy products, like tofu, are not fermented. But others — miso, natto and tempeh, for example — are made using bacteria or mold in a fermentation process. Soy sauce, if made in the traditional way, is also fermented. The study, in…

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