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A third of the studies on connective tissue diseases remain unpublished

About one-third of registered randomized controlled trials of connective tissue disorders are incomplete or unpublished, based on data from 175 studies. “Failure to complete a study is a waste of time and money and a missed opportunity to contribute to the patient’s health,” wrote Drs. Alejandro Brigante, MD, of the Internal Medicine and Rheumatology Service […]

CDC releases new state maps of the prevalence of physical inactivity among adults in America

More than 1 in 5 adults is inactive in all but four states, according to new state maps of the prevalence of physical inactivity among adults released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For these cards, adult physical inactivity is defined as not participating in physical activity outside of work in the […]

Family involvement in discharge protects against heart failure

The study covered in this summary was published in preprint on researchsquare.com and has not yet been peer-reviewed. The central theses A retrospective analysis of medical histories revealed that family members’ participation in the educational process at discharge from the hospital took longer until the next event related to heart failure (HF) occurred in the […]

Hamilton Storage expands the family of Verso® Q-Series automated sample storage systems

Hamilton Storage’s new Verso® Q50 and Verso Q75 automated sample storage systems offer compact, walk-in sample storage and access to reduce manual labor and increase overall laboratory efficiency. Photo credit: Hamilton Storage Similar to the ultra-compact Verso Q20 launched in 2020, the high-density Verso Q50 and Verso Q75 automated sample storage systems are designed to […]

Psychosocial group therapy shows promise for binge eating

Individuals with obesity and binge eating disorder may benefit from a psychosocial group intervention called People Need People (PnP), a pilot study suggests. The study, led by Dr. Trine T. Eik-Nes from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim was published in Frontiers in Endocrinology. “PnP is a treatment that we hope […]

“Presence” of a virtual person can reduce anxiety in women

Many people feel less anxious in a scary situation when they don’t have to face it alone. But what if these people suffer from social anxiety—a disorder characterized by a fear of embarrassing oneself in social situations? Does a companion’s calming effect then have the opposite effect? In such cases, could a virtual companion solve […]

GoPro Hero8 Black Review: The Best Gets Even Better

GoPro Hero8 Black review: The best gets better MSRP $399.99 “The Hero8 Black is a fantastic new version of GoPro’s already excellent action cam.” Pros Integrated mount Ridiculously good stabilization Automatic horizon leveling Side access to battery and card New “mod” support Last year’s Hero7 Black was GoPro’s biggest release in years. It introduced HyperSmooth, a […]

FDA updates status of iPLEDGE access issues

The Isotretinoin Products Manufacturers Group (IPMG) reports that most iPLEDGE Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) users should now have access to their accounts, a month after a modified program was launched, the Food and Drug Administration announced on March 14. known in January. The IPMG has “created a new tool within the system to […]

Canon EOS M200 Review: Your Learner’s Permit to A Real Camera

Canon EOS M200 review: Learner’s permit MSRP $550.00 “The Canon EOS M200 trades daunting DSLR controls for a touchscreen.” Pros 24-megapixel APS-C sensor Compact design Tilting touchscreen Easy to use Good autofocus Cons Lack of controls, ports, and viewfinder Sluggish RAW file handling 4K is cropped At first glance, the Canon EOS M200 looks like […]

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