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Sprained Thumb

The thumb is at risk for a number of injuries including a sprained thumb, because of the role of the thumb in gripping and holding sports implements in sports as well as its location in the hand. One of the more common injuries to the thumb is an injury to the ulnar collateral ligament (ligament on the inside of the thumb at the proximal or first joint).The thumb is unique from the fingers in its anatomical structure. While the fingers have three phalanges (small bones) and two joints (proximal and distal interphalangeal joints), the thumb only has two phalanges and one interphalangeal joint.The proximal joint of the thumb is called the metacarpophalangeal joint because it is the articulation between the first metacarpal and...

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Doctors call on workplaces to ban the sale of sugary drinks

Research at the University of California shows a ban slashed staff’s intake by nearly half.Doctors have called on workplaces to ban sales of sugary drinks after research showed that removing them from cafes, canteens and vending machines helped reduce people’s waistlines and improve their health.Researchers monitored more than 200 staff at the University of California in San Francisco and its associated hospital after a ban was introduced in 2015. Before the ban, the participating staff consumed on average more than a liter of sugary drinks daily, but 10 months later had slashed their intake by nearly half.Medical assessments of the staff found they had lost an average of more than 2cm around the waist, and that those who...

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Studies reveal that solar power technology may detect/kill cancer cells. Video

Scientific breakthroughs don't always happen in labs. For Sophia and Richard Lunt, Michigan State University researchers, many of their breakthroughs happen during neighborhood walks.The married couple's step-by-step approach has revealed a new way to detect and attack cancer cells using technology traditionally reserved for solar power. The results, published in the current issue of Scientific Reports, showcases dramatic improvements in light-activated fluorescent dyes for disease diagnosis, image-guided surgery, and site-specific tumor treatment.While the cancer applications hold the most possibility, their findings have potential beyond the field of oncology, said Richard, the Johansen Crosby Endowed Professor of chemical engineering and materials science."This work has the potential to transform fluorescent probes for broad societal impact through applications ranging from biomedicine to...

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Everyone must wash his hands after using the bathroom. Learn what could happen if you don't.

We shouldn’t have to write this editorial. We’ve been taught since childhood to wash our hands, especially after going to the bathroom. Yet poor handwashing continues to contribute to the spread of numerous diseases, putting the lives of many Americans at risk and wasting money.A study published in the most recent edition of The Lancet Infectious Diseases found that poor human hygiene, not food processing, was the major pathway for the spread of drug-resistant E. coli. The researchers, who work for the Public Health Service and universities in the United Kingdom, Denmark and Saudi Arabia, focused on a difficult to treat strain, Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase (ESBL)-producing E. coli.E. coli bacteria live in the intestines of people and some animals. It is mostly harmless. But, some...

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7 Questions Your Therapist Will Probably Ask During Your First Session

Here's what to expect during the initial appointment so there are no surprises.So you just made your first therapy appointment. Maybe it’s your first session ever. Or maybe you’ve talked to someone in the past but now you’re about to meet with a new therapist. Even though you know you’re taking a positive step, you may still feel apprehensive.“It’s OK to be nervous! You’re meeting someone for the first time who is likely going to ask you some very personal and emotionally sensitive questions and you’re expected to be very honest and forthcoming with them,” Gina Delucca, a clinical psychologist in San Francisco, told HuffPost. “It’s a very unnatural and nerve-inducing type of situation, and as therapists, we try to be sensitive to this.”To ease...

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CDC, FDA report 215 cases of respiratory illness possibly tied to vaping

Aug 30 (Reuters) - U.S. public health officials on Friday reported a rise in the number of cases of respiratory illness possibly related to the use of e-cigarettes from across 25 states.The number of cases rose to 215 as of Aug. 27, from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) last update of 193 cases last week."While some cases in each of the states are similar and appear to be linked to e-cigarette product use, more information is needed to determine what is causing the respiratory illnesses," the U.S. CDC and the Food and Drug Administration said in a joint statement. (bit.ly/2zwArPh)The health agencies reiterated that in some cases, patients acknowledged the use of e-cigarettes containing tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive...

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Global Health Funding Hits New High Of $31B And Still Rising Since 1990

Global health spending continued to rise to hit a high of more than $31 billion in 2011, according to the University of Washington.Health spending continued to rise worldwide last year at 3.9 percent to reach a high of $31.3 billion, though the pace of growth had slowed after rising by five times during the past generation.Poor countries spent about one percent of the total rich countries spent on their own health systems, researchers at the University of Washington said in a report published Tuesday in the journal Health Affairs.The slower growth last year followed much more rapid annual increases in health funding worldwide since 1990, with non-governmental organizations compensating for funding drops from bilateral donors and international relief banks. The Global Fund to Fight...

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