Disease Registry

Selected news for the healthcare topic - Disease Registry, collected since 10/2017. There are 550 items in the archive. This healthcare topic shares news with CDC, Public Health, COVID-19, State of California and dozens of others.

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5/11/2022 Real-World Analysis of Rapid-Acting Insulin Analog Use and Its Blood Glucose Lowering Effect in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Results from PASSION Disease Registry in Korea dovepress.com ... metabolic-syndrome-and-obesity-targets-and-therapy-archive32-v1633)Real-World Analysis of Rapid-Acting Insulin Analog Use and Its Blood Glucose Lowering Effect in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Results from PASSION Disease Registry in KoreaAuthors Kim HS Yu JM , Jang HC , Choi EK , Park JH , [Shon ...
5/6/2022 Skin Spews Telltale Gases for Health Trackers to Tap Into WebMD ... the water.Acetone is a chemical found naturally in plants and trees, and it's also present in the human body from the breakdown of fat , according to the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry .People make more acetone when they're on a low-fat diet, as well as when they're pregnant or have diabetes. Exercise, heavy drinking , and physical trauma can also lead to elevated acetone levels in ...
4/13/2022 Transcatheter aortic valve replacement: a gatekeeper for improving global disparities in patients with severe aortic stenosis BMJ ... income countries to 500 per million in the upper-middle-income countries, indicating that a significant degree of disparity in open heart surgery exists, particularly in low-income countries. 3 The Global Rheumatic Heart Disease Registry reported that oral anticoagulants were prescribed to 69.5% of patients with mechanical valves, atrial fibrillation and high-risk mitral stenosis in sinus rhythm in low-income countries. Only 28.3% of patients had a therapeutic ...
3/29/2022 Adverse event reporting for the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) muckrock.com ... COVID-19 Vaccine.TheJordan BaderFrom: Centers for Disease Control and PreventionDear Jordan Bader,Your request has been received by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . The request has been assigned tracking HQ-REF-22-00039, please log into your account and review your submission.The application address is https://foia.cdc.gov/ .Thank you,Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Agency for ...
3/8/2022 EUREKA ERGONOMIC REPORTS THERE IS A SIMPLE WAY TO MAKE SURE YOUR ONLINE FURNITURE IS SAFE FROM FORMALDEHYDE PR Newswire LOS ANGELES According to the CDC's Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry , there are small amounts of urea-formaldehyde in nearly all homes. With millions of newly manufactured wood products, such as cabinets, gaming desks, and children's furniture sold each year, the likelihood is high they may contain higher amounts of this potentially harmful product. Urea-formaldehyde (UF) is used in glues that hold many of these materials together ...
3/8/2022 EUREKA ERGONOMIC REPORTS THERE IS A SIMPLE WAY TO MAKE SURE YOUR ONLINE FURNITURE IS SAFE FROM FORMALDEHYDE Yahoo News LOS ANGELES , March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the CDC's Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry , there are small amounts of urea-formaldehyde in nearly all homes. With millions of newly manufactured wood products, such as cabinets, gaming desks, and children's furniture sold each year, the likelihood is high they may contain higher amounts of this potentially harmful product. Urea-formaldehyde (UF) is used in glues that hold many ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base greenwichtime.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base manisteenews.com ... u201cOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,\u201d said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . \u201cBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.\u201d The request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base MSN ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚Äù The request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base MSN ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚Äù The request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base SFGate ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚Äù The request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base thehour.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚Äù The request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base Seattle Times ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 Lawmakers Ask For Study Of Fort Ord's Water System For Link To Cancer Cases CBS Local ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùREAD MORE: San Quentin Inmate On Death Row Dies ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base plainsmenpost.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base | News, Sports, Jobs - Marshall Independent marshallindependent.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California reps ask US for new water study at former base kcra.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/26/2022 California Reps Ask CDC for New Water Study at Fort Ord | Military.com military.com ... ÄúOur nation owes a debt of gratitude to our servicemembers and their families,‚Äù said Reps. Katie Porter and Jimmy Panetta in a letter to the director of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry . ‚ÄúBy conducting a new study at Fort Ord, we may guarantee that those harmed while serving our country get the medical care they need.‚ÄùThe request follows an Associated Press report earlier this ...
2/18/2022 High Levels of 'Forever Chemicals' Found in Those Near Base | Delaware News | US News U.S. News & World Report ... base in northern Delaware have average blood levels of certain toxic manmade chemicals that are significantly higher than the national average, according to a report by federal researchers.The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry tested 214 people from 134 households for exposure to fluorinated chemical compounds that are collectively known as PFAS. The study included analyzing blood and urine samples, as well as testing tap water and dust ...
2/3/2022 The Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry and Amylyx Pharmaceuticals Partner on Real-World Evidence Generation for a Novel Investigational Therapy in ALS with the Goal of Advancing Health Outcomes for Canadians Living with ALS Business Wire CALGARY, Alberta & TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 3, 2022--The Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry (CNDR), an independent, academic registry based out of the University of Calgary, and Amylyx Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: AMLX) today announced they are partnering on a real‐world evidence generation initiative for Amylyx’ novel investigational therapy AMX0035 (sodium phenylbutyrate (PB) and ursodoxicoltaurine (TURSO; also known as taurursodiol)), for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).This press release ...