Women with Severe Injuries Receive Less Care Than Men in a Trauma Center

There is a significant difference in the care provided to men and women in trauma center according to the latest study  conducted on 100,000 Canadian patients that will be presented at ATS 2013 International Conference in Philadelphia.

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Use of Anabolic Steroids May Cause Future Mental Health Problems

Researchers have identified a link between decline in mental health and the use of anabolic-androgenic steroids, according to the latest study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine by CERA (center for education and research on addiction).

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Classification of Cephalosporin Antibiotics

Cephalosporin drugs are beta lactam antibiotics that inhibit the cell wall of bacteria. Cephalosporin C was first isolated from a fungus named as Cephalosporium acremonium by Dr. Abraham in 1948. These are bactericidal antibiotics as they kill the micro-organisms when used at therapeutic dose.

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Glucose Levels in Prediabetes Improve by Optimized Treatment of Sleep Apnea

The levels of blood sugar levels in patients with sleep apnea with pre-diabetes could be improved by optimized treatment of sleep apnea, according to the latest study presented at the ATS 2013 International Conference in Philadelphia.

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