Having held senior executive roles in risk management at several of the largest financial services companies, Maryland Smith professor Clifford Rossi examines climate change implications for finance and risk management ahead of COP26.
Sheldon Owen, an extension service wildlife specialist at West Virginia University, is available to talk about hunter safety.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt typically sees a case of functional tics every few months, according to Heather Riordan, MD, associate professor of Child Neurology. Now the team is seeing a few new cases a week.
How can families help children and teens navigate the ever-changing landscape of social media — especially when many of today’s parents and caregivers did not grow up with these technologies as central to their daily lives?
Disruptions to the circadian rhythms that regulate the sleep-wake cycle may especially affect people working from home, according to WVU researcher Randy Nelson.
Lisa Schulte Moore, a professor of natural resource ecology and management at Iowa State University, has been named a 2021 MacArthur Fellow for her groundbreaking research as a landscape ecologist building more sustainable and resilient agricultural systems. The prestigious awards, sometimes called “genius grants,” identify scientists, artists, entrepreneurs and others who have demonstrated exceptional creativity and who show promise for important future advances.
السادة الأعزاء في مايو كلينك: يصاب ابني البالغ من العمر 6 سنوات بالقلق والاضطراب كلما عصف الجو. لقد لاحظتُ أن هذا السلوك أصبح أكثر تكرارًا منذ أن اضطررنا إلى الإخلاء العام الماضي لبضعة أيام بسبب إعصار منتظر. ماذا أفعل لمساعدة طفلي على التغلب على خوفه من العواصف؟
ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: meu filho de 6 anos fica ansioso e agitado sempre que há tempestades. Percebi que esse comportamento se tornou mais frequente desde quando precisamos sair da nossa casa por alguns dias no ano passado devido a um furacão iminente.
ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: Mi hijo de 6 años se pone muy ansioso y agitado siempre que hay tormenta. He observado que este comportamiento se ha vuelto más frecuente, desde que el año pasado nos vimos obligados que evacuar durante unos días debido a la amenaza de un huracán.
Respiratory syncytial virus, commonly called RSV, usually affects very young children in the winter months. But this year, physicians are treating an unusual, out-of-season surge both in California and across the country.
UAB’s Adam Baumgarten, M.D., shares more on the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine for men.
Ken Andersen is the associate laboratory director of the Spallation Neutron Source and the High Flux Isotope Reactor in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. This is a continuing profile series on the directors of the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facilities. These scientists lead a variety of research institutions that provide researchers with the most advanced tools of modern science.
Karen Edmond, director of field education for the Social Work Department at Buffalo State College, shares her thoughts on the profession and how she is helping the next generation of social workers find their placements, right after she was appointed to the Field Directors Committee of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), the accrediting body for all social work education programs across the United States.
Dr. Melissa Hladek and Jason Resendez join the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s On the Pulse podcast to discuss Alzheimer’s disease among the Latinx population.
The outlook for patients diagnosed with breast cancer has been changing for the better over time thanks to surgical advances, clinical trials & a more personalized treatment approach. Dr. Lindsay Potdevin, surgical oncologist at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, shares how these advances are improving the lives of patients.
Bruce Haffty, MD, MS, chair of Radiation Oncology and associate vice chancellor for Cancer Programs at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, shares insight on proton therapy, a unique type of radiation treatment, for breast cancer.
Rutgers researchers conducting the Pfizer COVID-19 pediatric vaccine clinical trial and parents whose children are participating are available to discuss the recent news of the vaccine prompting a strong immune response in young children.
With the reintroduction of powerful narcotic opioids to manage acute pain, surgery can be a make-or-break time for patients in recovery from opioid use disorder (OUD). For those using buprenorphine as part of their recovery process, the stress, anxiety and risk can be amplified if, as is often the case, they are directed to stop using the buprenorphine ahead of their surgery.
Both patients with chronic pain and providers specializing in chronic pain are suffering from effects of COVID while battling bias in health care. Expert hopes to move forward in identifying differences in pain outcomes despite current challenges
Fall is still days away but at coffee shops and grocery stores, it’s already peak autumn thanks to the arrival of a certain flavor that has come to signal the season’s unofficial start. Everyone knows, it’s pumpkin spice time.
Johns Hopkins University perception researchers can say a key to understanding why people love pumpkin spice is the smell of it. Those notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger trigger deeply rooted cozy memories of autumn.
At a time when incidence of Lyme disease is rising across the U.S., a study led by University of Kentucky College of Medicine researcher Brian Stevenson, Ph.D., may provide a significant impact in the fight against the disease. A new study will build upon Stevenson’s three decades of research aimed at understanding Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacteria that causes Lyme disease.
Every year more than 1.3 million Americans will be living with, or be in remission from, a blood cancer. John Conti, M.D. discusses common symptoms and treatment.
Experts say behavioral medicine works alongside medications and other methods. When patients learn how to manage stress and pain before surgery, they can have better outcomes – including less postsurgical chronic pain and even lower costs.
Air transportation policy and logistics expert Martin Dresner says the post-COVID period will provide the aviation industry with a tremendous opportunity to build back better and greener, and this hinges on cooperative initiatives under centralized leadership.
In powerful testimony to members of the United States Congress today, Stephen Ritz, acclaimed teacher, founder of Green Bronx Machine and best-selling author of The Power of a Plant: A Teacher’s Odyssey to Grow Healthy Minds and Schools, made the case for public schools’ role in ending hunger and improving health and nutrition in America.
La enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica (EPOC) es la tercera causa principal de muerte en todo el mundo. El Dr. John Costello, especialista en medicina pulmonar de Mayo Clinic Healthcare en Londres, ofrece sugerencias respecto a cómo ayudar a respirar más fácilmente a quienes padecen EPOC.
Regenerative medicine has enormous implications for treatment and prevention of chronic pain including conditions like osteoarthritis, diabetic and peripheral neuropathy, and even spinal cord injuries and degenerative disk disease. According to one expert, there is potential to “[turn] back the time clock.”
据世界卫生组织（World Health Organization）统计，慢性阻塞性肺病(COPD)是全球第三大致死原因。COPD是一种慢性炎症性肺部疾病，可导致肺部气流受阻。伦敦Mayo Clinic Healthcare（妙佑医疗国际医疗保健）的肺内科医师John Costello（医学博士）为COPD患者提供了如何更轻松地呼吸的几点建议。
داء الانسداد الرئوي المزمن (COPD) هو ثالث سبب رئيسي للوفاة في العالم، وفق منظمة الصحة العالمية. وهو مرض رئوي التهابي مزمن يتسبب في انسداد تدفق الهواء من الرئتين. يقدم جون كوستيلو، دكتور الطب، طبيب الأدوية الرئوية في مايو كلينك للرعاية الصحية في لندن، نصائح للمصابين بداء الانسداد الرئوي المزمن حول طرق التنفس بشكل أسهل.
A doença pulmonar obstrutiva crônica (DPOC) é a terceira maior causa global de mortes, de acordo com a Organização Mundial da Saúde. John Costello, especialista em medicina pulmonar da Mayo Clinic Healthcare, em Londres, oferece dicas sobre como os pacientes de Covid podem respirar com mais conforto.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Stacey Lee, an expert in business law, health law, and negotiation, addresses some of questions raised by President Biden’s recent plans for increasing COVID-19 vaccinations.
On Monday, an Israeli defense contractor unveiled a remote-controlled armed robot that can patrol battle zones, track infiltrators and open fire – the latest iteration of drone technology that is changing modern battlefields.
As parents plan for children to return to school, Dr. Kleinman shares ways to mitigate the risk of becoming ill with COVID-19.
خلال العقد الماضي أُحرِزَت العديد من التطورات في علاجات السكري. مرض السكري هو مرض مزمن مع احتمال حدوث مضاعفات كبيرة. وعلى الرغم من التطورات المحرزة، يعاني الكثيرون من مرضى السكري جرّاء إصابتهم بالمرض.
Muitos avanços foram feitos em relação aos tratamentos da diabetes ao longo da década passada. A diabetes é uma doença crônica com cuidados necessários por toda a vida, com potencial para complicações significativas. Apesar dos avanços, muitas pessoas com diabetes lutam contra a doença.
El tratamiento de la diabetes ha avanzado mucho en la última década. La diabetes es una enfermedad crónica que dura toda la vida y causa complicaciones importantes. Pese a los avances, muchas personas diabéticas tienen problemas.
Kevin David, MD the director of the lymphoma program and a hematologist/oncologist at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey shares information about leukemias and lymphomas for blood cancer awareness month.
We study the lessons we learned in terms of the design of structures. The forensic analyses from the World Trade Center are a window to the importance of evaluating all potential modes of failure.
As students head back to school this fall, sports medicine physicians with Loyola Medicine say the risk of COVID-19 exposure among student athletes is low. As the Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S., Nathaniel Jones, MD, a sports medicine physician for Loyola Medicine, emphasizes the importance of getting vaccinated.
Tina Mayer, MD, medical oncologist in the Prostate Cancer Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and an associate professor of medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, shares information about prostate health.
Nicolas Zegre, a hydrology researcher at West Virginia University, is available to discuss the recent ruling tossing Trump-era regulations allowing pollution — including industrial waste, pesticides and other chemicals — to be discharged into small streams and other waterways.
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month. Rutgers Cancer institute of New Jersey Gynecologic Oncology Chief Dr. James Aikins reminds women about the types of gynecologic cancers and their warning signs
Rutgers Women’s Health Institute addresses the unique health concerns of women reentering society after incarceration through a new state commission
Recommendations and offer advice for working women and their employers.
Most high school seniors consider factors like cost, majors, and distance from home when deciding where to go to college. Bradley Griffith, a graduating Doctor of Education student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and director of fitness at John A. Logan College in Carterville, Illinois, thinks there is another very real, but invisible factor at play that affects where seniors go to college – community college stigma.
When most people think about cancer, they tend to think of lumps and bumps, something visible they can see and touch. But with blood cancers, there are no immediate visible signs, just the effects of the cancer in the blood system. John Conti, M.D., explains more.
Karen Long-Traynor, PhD, clinical psychologist in the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, addresses the psychological effects of childhood cancer on children and their families.
Renewable energy sources now represent 20% of the electricity generated in America. The proposed infrastructure bill seeks to expand renewables, but doesn’t outline how it will happen.