Computer algorithm can forecast patients' deadly sepsis A new computer-based method correctly predicts septic shock in 85 percent of cases, without increasing the false positive rate from screening methods that are common now.
New medical research reporting requirements may lead to fewer positive outcomes The adoption of new transparent reporting standards may have contributed to a significant reduction in the percentage of studies reporting positive research findings among large-budget clinical trials.
How makerspaces can be accessible to people with disabilities Researchers have released new guidelines to make Maker Spaces more accessible to people with disabilities, as these communal spaces with soldering irons, 3-D printers, sewing machines and other "making" tools continue to pop up nationwide.
Role of intra-abdominal fat in IBD uncovered Intra-abdominal fat cells may contribute to the development and progression of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD’)
High salt intake could be a risk factor for multiple sclerosis Here's another reason to put the salt shaker down: New research involving mice shows that diets high in sodium may be a novel risk factor in the development of multiple sclerosis (MS) by influencing immune cells that cause the disease.
People with type 2 diabetes benefit from blood glucose self-monitoring People with type 2 diabetes can lower their blood sugar if they follow a personalized blood glucose monitoring schedule, even if they don’t use insulin,