Health

MSU study finds hospitals put personal data at risk

Apr 10, 2017
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Hospital patients could be particularly vulnerable to personal information data breaches, according to recent research at Michigan State University.

A discovery made by Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy, a research professor at the University of Michigan, could prove useful in treating Alzheimer’s.

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Doctors, parents and public health experts gathered in Lansing with one simple message: vaccinate your children.

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André Bachmann and his associates at the Secchia Center in Grand Rapids have been hard at work developing a new drug for cancer patients. It has the potential to be effective in treating neuroblastoma—a common form of childhood cancer.

 


MSU, WSU studies PTSD and stress regulation

Mar 17, 2017
MSU.EDU

Researchers from Wayne State and Michigan State University have new details about how refugees, diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, regulate stress.

Refugees diagnosed with PTSD are shown to handle stress differently than refugees who are not—even if they’ve experienced similar suffering.

It’s estimated that perhaps a quarter of all refugees entering the United States have PTSD.

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A Michigan State University breast cancer researcher has shown that effective treatment options can be predicted based on the way certain breast cancer genes act or express themselves.

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A dog that was badly disfigured and abandoned has a new nose, thanks to a team from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.


MSU saving lives with new bacteria detection

Feb 7, 2017
MSU.EDU

A Michigan State University researcher has developed a new way to detect bacteria, which will hopefully help both physicians and their patients.

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Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

The Vatican has invited experts in the field of human organ trafficking from around the world to a conference next week in Rome. WKAR's Scott Pohl speaks with an expert from Michigan State University who has been invited to the Vatican Summit on Organ Trafficking.


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A Michigan State University professor will be able to spend at least seven more years researching malaria thanks to an $8.4 million grant.

Alison Virag McCann sets up her breast pump
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

When a nursing mother returns to work, finding the time and a private place to use a breast pump can be challenging. We examine what that means for working moms on the Michigan State University campus.


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It's almost the end of January and Linda Vail, the Ingham County Health Officer says they are noticing a fairly steady rise in flu cases. Vail says influenza can target anyone, but senior citizens, young children and people with suppressed immune systems are most at risk. 

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Michigan and Oakland County have issued a health advisory following a rise in whooping cough cases in the county north of Detroit.

Artificial intelligence predicts when heart will fail

Jan 16, 2017
TrioTree Technologies

Many have said that prevention is the best cure. Now, health and technology teams in the UK are adding even deeper meaning to the adage.

Thousands rally to resist Republican health law repeal drive

Jan 15, 2017
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Senator Bernie Sanders spoke in Michigan today against Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare. It was one of many such gatherings across the U.S. today.

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