Mary Latham was a pioneer for Washington women in medicine

On May 7, 1905, Mid Mercantile, near Spokane, burned to the ground. A stable boy, Melville Logan, notices the fire while removing horses nearby. He recalls seeing a woman standing across from the blazing structure, fully clothed, silently watching, taking no action. Later, he told police her facial expression seemed more consistent with grim contentment. … Read more

Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

The psychosocial burden of cutaneous (cutaneous) disorders in children and adolescents is heavy. Children and adolescents with various skin conditions are more likely to experience depression, stigmatization, bullying, and suicide at rates nearly twice as high as those without these conditions. Acne vulgaris, alopecia areata, atopic dermatitis (eczema), psoriasis and vitiligo, among others, represent five … Read more

UT Tyler receives a $1.3 million grant to support student mental health programs across the district’s school districts | local news

The University of Texas at Tyler has received more than $1.3 million from the US Department of Education’s Mental Health Services Professionals Demonstration Program to help support the mental health needs of students in East Texas School District. The program was recently approved by US Senator John Cornyn’s Safer Communities Act (R-TX), which was signed … Read more

Tech platform ‘Food is Medicine’ shows willingness to grow with new $2.1M seed round

a The patient-led digital platform that enables low-income Americans with chronic health conditions to order the diet foods and support they need announced Thursday that it has closed a $2.1 million seed investment. finance Market free – one of Stratland News’ Kansas City Emerging to Watch in 2023 – allows the company to enhance its … Read more

Scientists receive a $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to better understand the genes of IBD in Hispanics

After studying the genetic sequences of more than 100,000 people, researchers across the country set out to uncover the root causes of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis. But those studies have a stark flaw: They are based mostly on genetic data almost exclusively from individuals of European ancestry. Now researchers at … Read more

Penn Medicine honored for first-class patient experience ratings

Apheresis treatment team Think about the last time you had a really good experience when you sought health care so wanted to shout it from the rooftops satisfying. It likely involves more than just a clinical solution to your health problem. Everyone you encountered—doctors, nurses, techs, aides, nutrition and environmental staff, front desk staff, couriers, … Read more

The largest shareholders of Beijing Tong Ren Tang Chinese Medicine Company Limited HKG: 3613 are public companies that have been rewarded with market capitalization rising HK$402 million last week.

A look at the shareholders of Beijing Tong Ren Tang Chinese Medical Co., Ltd. (HKG: 3613) can tell us which group is the strongest. And the group that owns the largest part of the pie is public companies with an ownership percentage of 38%. In other words, the group faces the maximum possible risk (or … Read more

CAR donor T cells show promise in treating cancer in early human trials

Illustration of a white blood cell.Clarification: stock struggle (stock struggle) Early research in people has found that an experimental treatment that uses white blood cells from donors to stave off cancer still shows promise. The treatment appears to be relatively safe and well tolerated, and more than half of patients with difficult-to-treat multiple myeloma have … Read more