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Interviews Concerning Health Politics

Interviews concerning health politics

Good health is human's most precious thing. Since that applies to everyone politics concerned with health turn into an interesting, sometimes explosive subject. MEDICA.de speaks with managers, experts and politicians about news from health politics.

 
 

Changes in brain connectivity

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Photo: Functional MRI scans [18/01/2016] Many negative consequences are linked to growing up poor, and researchers at Washington University St. Louis have identified one more: altered brain connectivity.Changes in brain connectivity - Read more

First serotonin neurons made from human stem cells

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Graphic: Serotonin-producing neurons [16/12/2015] Su-Chun Zhang, a pioneer in developing neurons from stem cells at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has created a specialized nerve cell that makes serotonin, a signaling chemical with a broad role in the brain.First serotonin neurons made from human stem cells - Read more

Physicians and burnout: It's getting worse

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Photo: Board with writing [02/12/2015] Burnout among U.S. physicians is getting worse. An update from a three-year study evaluating burnout and work-life balance shows that American physicians are worse off today than they were three years earlier. Physicians and burnout: It's getting worse - Read more

Patients with recurrent depression have smaller hippocampi

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Grapic: Brain [01/07/2015] The brains of people with recurrent depression have a significantly smaller hippocampus - the part of the brain most associated with forming new memories - than healthy individuals, a new global study of nearly 9,000 people reveals.Patients with recurrent depression have smaller hippocampi - Read more

Life-saving treatments learned from war being missed

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Photo: Sad looking old man [20/03/2015] Trauma is responsible for more global deaths annually than HIV, malaria and tuberculosis combined. Yet healthcare systems in many countries are missing out on life-saving treatments learnt on the battlefield, according to a review by King's College London and published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Life-saving treatments learned from war being missed - Read more

 
 

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