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Novel Hyperthermic Treatment Offers Hope for Stage 4 Metastatic Cancer

New Phase nanotech company aims to transform end-stage cancer from a likely death sentence to a chronic illness By: Brian Blum It’s one of the most...

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Secures $2M for Coney Island Hospital’s Diagnostic & Imaging Equipment

Edited by: TJVNews.com NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island on Monday announced that $2 million in funding from Representative Nicole Malliotakis was secured in the Fiscal...

Lots of Napping Could Raise a Senior’s Odds for Alzheimer’s

By: Denise Mann Taking longer or more frequent naps during the day may sound enticing, but it may be a harbinger of Alzheimer’s disease. Older adults...

Medical Marijuana Rx Ups Odds for Overuse, With No Benefit to Health: Study

By: Steven Reinberg Using medical marijuana to treat pain, anxiety or depression may quickly lead to dependence, without relieving symptoms, a new study suggests. Those most...

Heart, double lung transplant gives young mother new life

Lindsay Salguero-Lopez, 40, plans her days very carefully. A good habit to some, it’s a necessity of life for this resilient heart-and-lung failure patient,...

Queens-Long Island Renal Institute, located at The Parker Jewish Institute, launches Home Hemodialysis Program

Queens-Long Island Renal Institute (QLIRI), located at The Parker Jewish Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its Home Hemodialysis Program. > > QLIRI’s Home...

‘Overwhelming’ Need To Investigate COVID-19 Vaccine Tinnitus: Researchers

Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times  In an article published for the March edition in the “Annals of Medicine and Surgery,” about 12,247 cases of...

Could Russian Hackers Cripple U.S. Health Care Systems?

By: Dennis Thompson Sick people seeking lifesaving care in the United States could fall victim to a hidden part of Russia’s war on Ukraine --...

High Anxiety: Poll Finds Americans Stressed by Inflation, War

By: HealthDay News Inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and continuing concerns about money and COVID-19 have Americans more stressed than ever, a new poll conducted...

Lenox Hill Named Among 24 Leading Hospitals for Covid-19 Care 

Edited by: TJVNews.com As the world marks the second anniversary of the Covid-19 pandemic this month, Lenox Hill Hospital has been named one of the...

CDC data: Millennials suffered alarming spike in excess deaths last fall

By Art Moore(WND) CDC data shows the Millennial generation suffered a “Vietnam War event,” with more than 61,000 excess deaths in that age group...

In Letter to FDA and NIAID, Ron Johnson Demands to Know Why Promising Late-Stage COVID Drug Was Never Approved

A  little-known safe, and potentially life-saving drug for treating patients with severe, late-stage COVID, was purposefully ignored by U.S. health officials, and a group...

The World is About to Get Its First Plant-Based Salmon Fillet

It’s the wave of the future: seafood made of plant sources or cultivated from fish cells in answer to toxins, overfishing and habitat destruction. By:...

Are Health Care Apps in Your Future?

By: Dennis Thompson Are you managing a chronic health problem, be it obesity or diabetes or heart disease or asthma? There’s likely an app for that. Health...

Israeli Virtual Hospital is Caring for Ukrainian Refugees

CTO of Sheba Beyond, a virtual hospital at Sheba Medical Center, goes with United Hatzalah’s medical mission to set up remote care and monitoring. By:...

Bioprinted Implant May Help Paralyzed People Walk Again

First-ever spinal cord implant to treat paralysis without risk of rejection is successfully tested on mice; human trials expected by end of 2024 By: Abigail...

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