Body Medical – Body Medical Contouring http://bodymedicalcontouring.com/ Wed, 25 May 2022 20:33:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/default1.png Body Medical – Body Medical Contouring http://bodymedicalcontouring.com/ 32 32 Sleep quality may decrease as global temperatures rise https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/sleep-quality-may-decrease-as-global-temperatures-rise/ Wed, 25 May 2022 20:33:52 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/sleep-quality-may-decrease-as-global-temperatures-rise/ Researchers studied the effects of temperature on sleep quality using wearable sleep tracking devices. They found that higher nighttime temperatures are associated with poorer sleep quality worldwide. The study concluded that climate change is expected to erode sleep and increase global inequalities. Reduced sleep quality affects humans Mental health and cognitive function. some flashbacks, Self-Assessment […]]]>

  • Researchers studied the effects of temperature on sleep quality using wearable sleep tracking devices.
  • They found that higher nighttime temperatures are associated with poorer sleep quality worldwide.
  • The study concluded that climate change is expected to erode sleep and increase global inequalities.

Reduced sleep quality affects humans Mental health and cognitive function.

some flashbacks, Self-Assessment Studies indicate that sleep quality decreases in warm weather. However, you may lack of reliability based on memory rather than objective standards.

It therefore remains unknown whether outside temperatures affect the quality of sleep.

Recently, researchers analyzed a global sample of sleep data from sleep-tracking bracelets.

They found that increased outside temperatures are associated with shorter sleep durations.

“Studies from multiple disciplines have repeatedly shown that poor sleep is associated with a range of negative health outcomes, from reduced immune function to worsened cardiovascular outcomes and poorer mental health,” he said Marshall Burke, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Earth System Science at Stanford University, who is not involved in the study.

“Poor sleep also reduces performance at work and school. The fact that temperature effects are so widespread and that hot nighttime temperatures will become more common in the coming decades makes these results very important,” said Prof Burke Medical news today.

The study was published in one earth.

For their study, the researchers examined 10 billion sleep observations, including over 7 million repeated daily sleep recordings, from 47,628 adults in 68 countries on every continent except Antarctica. These observations included nocturnal sleep duration and sleep timing: onset, mid-sleep, and skips.

The researchers then compared this data to geolocated weather and climate data.

They found that an increase in nighttime temperature decreases sleep duration regardless of location, and that the effects increase as temperature rises.

They found that the probability of sleeping less than 7 hours gradually increases to 10°C and when the temperatures are exceeded 10°C increases the likelihood of sleep deprivation at an increased rate.

Night temperatures above 25°C were associated with 14 minutes less sleep than those who slept in temperatures below 10°C

Certain population groups were more affected than others. A one degree Celsius increase in minimum temperature had twice the impact on older people than other groups.

People in poorer countries were almost three times more affected than people in wealthier countries, and women were significantly more affected than men.

They further found that humans do not adapt to sleeping in warmer temperatures, meaning sleep quality is generally poorer in warmer climates than in cooler ones.

How does the outside temperature affect the quality of sleep? Experts say it depends on several factors.

“High temperatures can increase arousal and decrease deep sleep, which is the physically restorative phase of sleep,” he said Prof Tony CaponDirector of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, not involved in the study.

Nick Franks FRSProfessor of biophysics and anesthesia at Imperial College London, also not involved in the study, said MNT that there is a well-established connection between body temperature and sleep.

Prof Franks said causal links could be “difficult” to find as there are many possible variables.

Nevertheless, the researchers found that the effects increased older adults could be due to a weakened thermoregulatory response to ambient temperatures, producing greater sensitivity to rising nighttime temperatures.

Slight sex differences between males and females, they wrote, may appear as females tend having thicker subcutaneous fat than males, potentially affecting nocturnal heat loss.

Also, females core body temperatures in the evening earlier than men, which means that women are exposed to higher ambient temperatures at the beginning of sleep.

“Sleep deprivation can impair judgment and increase the risk of injury while driving or using other machines. Chronic sleep deprivation increases the risk of other health problems, including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and depression,” noted Dr. capon

dr Alison Hwong, Ph.D.A fellow at the University of California San Francisco’s Weill Institute for Neurosciences, not affiliated with the study, told MNT:

“Long-term, reduced sleep time can contribute to an increased stress response, impair memory consolidation, and impair the immune system. Adequate sleep is important for healthy development, repair and recovery.”

“As a psychiatrist, I am concerned about the negative effects of sleep deprivation on mental health. For example, sleep deprivation can trigger manic episodes in people with bipolar disorder and worsen mood in people with depression,” she added.

“Additionally, antipsychotic drugs can disrupt thermoregulation, so people taking these drugs may have more trouble sleeping in warming temperatures,” she explained.

“There will need to be prevention, monitoring and outreach to vulnerable groups such as children, the elderly, the homeless and those with serious mental illness,” she continued.

The researchers conclude that their findings have significant implications for adaptation planning, policy and research.

When asked about the limitations of the results, Ed Harding Ph.D.Postdoctoral neuroscientist at the Wellcome-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science, University of Cambridge, also not involved in the study, said MNT:

“We should keep in mind that people who chose to wear sleep trackers are likely to be wealthier than the per-country income data used in this study and have better access to accommodations such as air conditioning, so the effect is quite significant.” is possible to be underestimated.”

dr Burke added: “It would be great if future studies could somehow collect more data in many low-income regions of the world [as] Africa has almost no coverage in their data.”

“It would also be great to collect more data on sleep quality rather than just quantity, as eroded sleep quality could be an alternative mechanism by which higher nighttime temperatures could impact health and economic outcomes.”

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Medical Scrub Caps Market Overview, High Growth Opportunities, Segmentation, Trends To 2022-2028 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/medical-scrub-caps-market-overview-high-growth-opportunities-segmentation-trends-to-2022-2028/ Tue, 24 May 2022 01:54:06 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/medical-scrub-caps-market-overview-high-growth-opportunities-segmentation-trends-to-2022-2028/ globally”Medical Scrub Caps MarketReports 2022 provides key industry studies for Medical Scrub Cap Manufacturers with specific statistics, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinion and latest developments in the world. The research report also includes market size, price, sales, revenue, market share, gross margin, growth rate and cost structure. The report aims to provide a further […]]]>

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    Cruel playoff injuries did so well for the Celtics and Heat https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/cruel-playoff-injuries-did-so-well-for-the-celtics-and-heat/ Sun, 22 May 2022 13:50:00 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/cruel-playoff-injuries-did-so-well-for-the-celtics-and-heat/ Placeholder when loading item promotions BOSTON — If you haven’t already done so, every player participating in these Eastern Conference Finals should sign a waiver. The series featuring the No. 1 seeded Miami Heat, second seeded Boston Celtics and their top notch batons is not for anyone who believes basketball is all beauty or grace. […]]]>
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    BOSTON — If you haven’t already done so, every player participating in these Eastern Conference Finals should sign a waiver. The series featuring the No. 1 seeded Miami Heat, second seeded Boston Celtics and their top notch batons is not for anyone who believes basketball is all beauty or grace.

    no Basketball, at least for this series, is a survivor reboot. A round of attrition for every man, every knee for himself. The team that remains standing or, better yet, hobbles out of the arena with the most body parts intact wins.

    Heat forward Jimmy Butler was unable to play in the second half of Game 3 due to a knee infection. Marcus Smart, the heartbeat of the Celtics, needed help from the coaches to get off the floor after suffering a gruesome-looking ankle injury. Later, Celtics forward Jayson Tatum sprawled across the floor as his right shoulder throbbed in pain. Despite their howls and grimaces as they left the court, both Boston players would return for more penalties. All of this happened on a Saturday night that began with the news that Boston center Robert Williams III had to miss the game with left knee pain.

    So after the Heat’s 109-103 win, a few things were obvious.

    First, none of the head coaches seemed particularly interested in having either a medical degree or a sixth sense, so they took a minimalist approach in providing predictions.

    “I have no updates on anyone. We’ll just go back to our cave and rest, and maybe I’ve got some information for you [Sunday]said Heat Coach Erik Spoelstra.

    And second, on Monday night, when the teams meet again, someone in the TD Garden practice rooms better have Tylenol (or something stronger) on deck. Maybe even Paul Pierce’s old wheelchair.

    Kevon Looney, the Warriors’ fifth Beatle, stole the show in Game 2

    As for the players themselves, they must be prepared with knuckles of steel and adrenaline on a 10th and duct tape. Lots of sports tape.

    “You know, injuries are part of the game,” said heat point guard Kyle Lowry, who made his series debut Saturday night after missing the last four playoff games with a problem in his left hamstring. “That’s the part that sucks about the game, the injuries, and you know that’s tough.”

    If you’re anything like Lowry—and not a sick person who could bear to see Smart’s injury repeated more than once—you also loathe injuries. But at least in this series, the Heat and Celtics are turning pain into an art form.

    Granted, any game loses its appeal when a superstar like Butler has limited minutes to play. And it’s no fun hearing the court’s mics pick up Smart’s fear as he squirms on the baseline. However, if so much about this series falls short of normal postseason aesthetic standards — the Celtics treat basketball like it’s a plate that’s just been atomized in a microwave; They flipped it 24 times on Saturday – the players forced us to marvel at their strength, stamina and particularly high pain threshold.

    It started in the first set when Heat forward PJ Tucker left the court with an ankle injury that looked bad enough to at least keep him in the coach’s room for the rest of the game. But he didn’t let his rolled ankle have the last word and came back to play 31 minutes in the Heat’s win.

    “There’s a ghost back there,” Tucker said after the game, explaining how he healed so quickly. “Granted one of my wishes.”

    If Tucker needed a ghost, maybe Lucky, the Celtics mascot, sprinkled magical dust on Smart’s foot after his fall. When Smart attacked the glass for a rebound early Saturday night in the third quarter, he and Lowry collided and his foot landed in a way human feet shouldn’t.

    Smart couldn’t put any weight on the ankle as the coaches flanked him on either side and helped him off the pitch. But there he was, just a few minutes later, limping down the hall, a camera capturing his footsteps as he made his way back to the Celtics touchline. As fans in the packed arena looked up to see their hero on the overhead scoreboard, their roar seemed to say collectively: What?!? As!??!?

    How on earth was Smart back on the ground? And check into the game? And move laterally on defense? And then at the other end, catching a pass into the left corner, pumping right to avoid Victor Oladipo (a good defender, btw) and drilling a three-pointer to cut the lead to 10?

    Believe the magic of modern medicine — or Lucky’s healing powers — but Smart didn’t show any noticeable shuffling in his gait as he chased Tyler Herro, boxed Bam Adebayo, and whipped up offensive fouls (also see: flop) on any Heat player who forgot had to read the scouting report. An inferior individual lacking a team of trained medical professionals paid to tend to their body parts would have cried in the fetal position alone – and not finish the game with 16 points in nearly 37 minutes.

    Tatum’s apparent shoulder injury in the fourth quarter was just as dramatic. So paralyzed in pain, Tatum never made it onto the pitch after losing the ball to Lowry. And he didn’t get back up when his teammates stalled and rushed back to the offensive end. Instead, he threw his leg up in the air and turned to lie on his left side while holding his right shoulder.

    After the game, Tatum would say the sting he felt originated in the back of his neck and traveled down his arm. He, too, disappeared into the tunnel and went to a back room where medical staff were “running some tests.” Then, like his teammate, Tatum returned triumphant. Once again, Celtics fans flooded their man with their shocked appreciation.

    As the Heat and Celtics prepare for Game 4, the protagonists look more like Willis Reed impersonators than modern millionaires used to load management. Playing through injuries, they are reminding us of the limits they are willing to push just to make it through June. Their pain isn’t pretty, but they’re creating a memorable series worthy of our respect — and maybe an insurance plan of their own.

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    Pikeville Medical Center Reaches Milestone https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/pikeville-medical-center-reaches-milestone/ Fri, 20 May 2022 22:08:00 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/pikeville-medical-center-reaches-milestone/ PIKEVILLE, Ky. (WSAZ) – The Pikeville Medical Center has reached a milestone. The hospital says a team of cardiac specialists at PMC’s Cardiovascular Institute has successfully performed 100 transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures. It’s a minimally invasive alternative to open-heart surgery to treat a type of valve disease. “Many patients develop calcium deposits in […]]]>

    PIKEVILLE, Ky. (WSAZ) – The Pikeville Medical Center has reached a milestone.

    The hospital says a team of cardiac specialists at PMC’s Cardiovascular Institute has successfully performed 100 transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures. It’s a minimally invasive alternative to open-heart surgery to treat a type of valve disease.

    “Many patients develop calcium deposits in the valve and then the valve narrows. When the valve narrows, not enough blood comes from the heart to supply the brain and kidneys — and patients can become very dizzy when walking. You can develop shortness of breath,” said Dr. Dermot Halpin, a cardiothoracic surgeon.

    Not all patients can undergo a major procedure like open-heart surgery, Halpin said, including patients in their 80s and 90s and those with other medical conditions.

    “It [the TAVR procedure] is the replacement of the aortic valve without cutting open the chest. They do the same as in surgery, but we usually go through the legs, replace the valve, and the patient can go home the next day,” said Dr. Muhammad Ahmad, Medical Director of Interventional Cardiology.

    It’s a procedure associated with a speedy recovery, heart specialists say, with patients typically getting up the same day and heading home the next day.

    “I think it’s a great benefit for the patient. The patient is cared for directly at home. It’s the easiest recovery and they return to their lives right away,” Ahmad said.

    All of this represents an important milestone in helping patients find a way to receive the care they need through a process that is best suited to their own bodies.

    Copyright 2022 WSAZ. All rights reserved.

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    Shingles and Stress: Is There a Link? https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/shingles-and-stress-is-there-a-link/ Wed, 18 May 2022 17:55:27 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/shingles-and-stress-is-there-a-link/ Significant stress is thought to trigger shingles by weakening the immune system, leading to reactivation of the dormant varicella-zoster virus (chickenpox) in the body. Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral infection that causes a painful, streak-like rash of small blisters to appear on one part of the body. It occurs when the […]]]>

    Significant stress is thought to trigger shingles by weakening the immune system, leading to reactivation of the dormant varicella-zoster virus (chickenpox) in the body.

    Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral infection that causes a painful, streak-like rash of small blisters to appear on one part of the body. It occurs when the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox, becomes reactivated.

    Shingles is common. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it affects 1 of 3 people in the United States.

    A person who has had chickenpox still has the virus that causes it in their body. It remains dormant and reactivates later in life as shingles.

    Experts aren’t sure what triggers reactivation of shingles. However, many believe that significant or long-term stress may play a role.

    This article explores the link between shingles and stress. It also discusses the risk factors and triggers that can put a person at risk of shingles.

    While anyone can get shingles, it’s more common in older adults and people with weak immune systems. Experts believe that a weak immune system is crucial in triggering herpes zoster reactivation.

    A Study 2018 found that perceived psychological stress, negative life events, and low sense of purpose may contribute to the development of shingles and postherpetic neuralgia, a complication of shingles. In addition, men with high levels of psychological distress were twice as likely to develop herpes zoster.

    in one Review 2022The researchers also argued that the recurrence of shingles in people with COVID-19 could be related to the interplay between psychological and immunological stress in the body.

    A stressful event causes the release of cortisol and adrenaline, which are part of the fight or flight response. Cortisol also suppresses the immune system. Meanwhile, prolonged stress can alter bodily processes, leading to a variety of health problems, including:

    However, there are also studies with conflicting results. A Study 2014 examined the link between shingles and stress using data from 39,811 people who experienced stressful events, including the death of a spouse, admission to the intensive care unit, surgery and injury. The researchers found that the stressors increased mental health visits, but not shingles.

    Likewise a Study 2016 found no increase in herpes zoster after the death of a partner.

    Having chickenpox is the main risk factor for shingles. Age is another factor increases a person’s likelihood of getting shingles and having serious complications.

    Certain health conditions and treatments weaken the immune system and put a person at a higher risk of getting shingles. she contain:

    Apart from these, a Review 2020 found that people with a family history of shingles and physical trauma also have a higher risk of getting shingles. The researchers also saw that a person who is female, experiences psychological stress and has the following conditions also has a slightly lower risk of shingles:

    The primary symptom of shingles is a painful, blistering rash. It commonly appears as a single stripe on either side of the torso or one side of the face. These usually burst open and scab over 7-10 days and clears up within 2–4 weeks.

    Learn more about how long shingles lasts here.

    A person may experience pain, tingling, or itching in the area for several days before the blister-like rash appears. Other symptoms can include:

    Shingles can appear anywhere in the body and can resemble chickenpox, although this is rare. This is more common in people with weakened immune systems.

    Like other viral infections, it is self-limiting and usually without complications. However, it can cause long-term complications such as:

    Like other viral infections, shingles has no cure and must go away on its own. However, a doctor can prescribe antiviral drugs to speed up the healing process, reduce its severity and prevent such complications as postherpetic neuralgia.

    Ideally, doctors give these drugs to people older than 50 and to people who are immunocompromised or immunocompromised. Antiviral therapy is most effective when given internally 72 hours the appearance of the rash.

    Learn more about treating shingles here.

    A doctor may also prescribe pain relievers to reduce the pain. Applying calamine lotion, taking oatmeal baths, and placing cool, damp washcloths over the rash can help reduce the itching of the blisters.

    Certain home management strategies can help a person manage their symptoms and feel more comfortable, including:

    • wear loose-fitting clothing
    • eat balanced meals
    • reduce stress
    • do gentle exercises
    • Doing things that take your mind off the pain
    • get a lot of rest

    It’s also important to cover the rash and practice proper hygiene to avoid spreading the virus.

    Read on to learn more about whether shingles is contagious.

    Because shingles is caused by the virus that causes chickenpox, vaccination with the varicella or chickenpox vaccine can protect a person from shingles. Receiving two doses of the chickenpox vaccine offer more than 90% Protection against chickenpox.

    Besides the CDC recommends that people 50 years and older and immunocompromised people 19 years and older take two doses of Shingrix to prevent shingles and its associated complications.

    Taking steps to eliminate or better manage stress can prevent shingles and help improve a person’s overall health and well-being.

    Some tips that can help a person reduce stress include:

    • Avoid things that cause stress
    • Keeping a journal to note a person’s daily mood and possible stress triggers
    • Exercise regularly
    • eat a healthy and balanced diet
    • Use stress relaxation techniques
    • learn to say “no”.
    • set realistic goals
    • to take time for self-care
    • Spending time with family and friends
    • Practice mindfulness and gratitude
    • get enough sleep
    • turn off the phone or reduce screen time

    Learn more about stress management here.

    A person who suspects they have shingles should see their doctor immediately. It’s best to speak to a doctor as soon as the shingles rash appears so that they can prescribe antiviral medications to reduce the severity and duration of the condition.

    Shingles is a common viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus (chickenpox). It is characterized by a painful, blister-like rash that typically appears in a single band on one side of the body.

    While health experts don’t know exactly why the virus reactivates in the body, some studies suggest stress may be a factor as it weakens the immune system.

    A person who has not previously had the chickenpox virus can get the varicella or chickenpox vaccine to protect them from shingles.

    Learning how to better manage or manage stress can also help prevent shingles in people and improve overall health.

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    Passenger dies on Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to Nashville https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/passenger-dies-on-alaska-airlines-flight-from-seattle-to-nashville/ Tue, 17 May 2022 02:04:33 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/passenger-dies-on-alaska-airlines-flight-from-seattle-to-nashville/ NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — News 2 has learned that a passenger has died on a flight bound for Nashville. The body was removed from the Alaska Airlines plane at Nashville International Airport Monday afternoon. A viewer sent in video of the incident Monday night. The Alaska Airlines flight arrived at Nashville International Airport around 3 […]]]>

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — News 2 has learned that a passenger has died on a flight bound for Nashville.

    The body was removed from the Alaska Airlines plane at Nashville International Airport Monday afternoon. A viewer sent in video of the incident Monday night.

    The Alaska Airlines flight arrived at Nashville International Airport around 3 p.m. Monday afternoon from Seattle, Washington.

    The video shows coroners carrying a stretcher containing the body off the plane.

    In a statement to News 2, an Alaska Airlines spokesman said, among other things, “Our hearts go out to the family and out of respect for their privacy, we will not be releasing any further details.”

    There is no information on the identity of the deceased. The cause of death has not yet been released by the coroner.

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    This is an evolving story. WKRN News 2 will continue to update this article as new information becomes available.

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    Body of missing man found in Des Moines River in Iowa https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/body-of-missing-man-found-in-des-moines-river-in-iowa/ Sat, 14 May 2022 23:26:00 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/body-of-missing-man-found-in-des-moines-river-in-iowa/ KCCI.COM/IOWAPRIMARY2022. JAMES: THE BODY OF A MISSING MAN AT M ON THE DES MOINES RIVER ABOUT ONE WEEK AFTER HE WAS MISSING. TH IISS VIDEO OF THE WEEKS-LONG SEARCH FOR DUSTIN DITTMER. DITTMER WAS MISSING AFTER RECOMMENDED ON THE DES MOINES RIVER IN MARION COUNTY LAST SATURDAY A BOAT THAT CAN. IN A PRESS RELEASE […]]]>

    KCCI.COM/IOWAPRIMARY2022. JAMES: THE BODY OF A MISSING MAN AT M ON THE DES MOINES RIVER ABOUT ONE WEEK AFTER HE WAS MISSING. TH IISS VIDEO OF THE WEEKS-LONG SEARCH FOR DUSTIN DITTMER. DITTMER WAS MISSING AFTER RECOMMENDED ON THE DES MOINES RIVER IN MARION COUNTY LAST SATURDAY A BOAT THAT CAN. IN A PRESS RELEASE ON SEAENT DAY, THE SHERIFF SAID HE WAS RELIEVED TO BRING SOME CLOSURE TO HIS LOVED ESON AND ASKED HER TO KEEP THE FAMILY IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND GIVING. DITTMER WAR 34EA-YRS-O

    Body of missing man found in Des Moines River

    The body of a man who went missing after a boat capsized on the Des Moines River has been found. Marion County Sheriff Jason Sandholt confirms the body of Dustin Dittmer, 34, of Colfax, was recovered near the Bennington boat ramp just before 7 a.m. Saturday morning, according to the death. “We’re excited to bring the family to a close,” says Sandholt. “We are grateful to all authorities who have assisted in the search effort.” Dittmer was listed as missing after a boat capsized on Lake Red Rock around 4 p.m. on May 7. Knoxville City Fire and Rescue, Marion County Emergency Management, Pleasantville Fire and Rescue, Runnells Fire and Rescue, Hartford Fire Department, Pleasant Hill Fire Department, and Prairie City Ambulance and Fire all assisted in the search effort. Many friends, family and volunteers also helped in the search for Dittmer. More news:

    The body of a man who went missing after a boat capsized on the Des Moines River has been found.

    Marion County Sheriff Jason Sandholt confirms the body of Dustin Dittmer, 34, of Colfax, was recovered near the Bennington boat ramp just before 7 a.m. Saturday morning.

    The body was taken to the Iowa State Medical Examiner‘s Office for a determination of the cause of death.

    “We’re excited to bring the family to a close,” says Sandholt. “We are grateful to all of the agencies that have assisted in the search effort.”

    Dittmer was listed as missing after a boat capsized on Lake Red Rock around 4 p.m. on May 7.

    Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Jasper County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa DNR, Knoxville City Fire and Rescue, Marion County Emergency Management, Pleasantville Fire and Rescue, Runnells Fire and Rescue, Hartford Fire Department, Pleasant Hill Fire Department, and Prairie City Ambulance and Fire all assisted in searching. Many friends, family and volunteers also helped in the search for Dittmer.

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    Body found at site of major fire at waste disposal facility https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/body-found-at-site-of-major-fire-at-waste-disposal-facility/ Wed, 11 May 2022 17:39:07 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/body-found-at-site-of-major-fire-at-waste-disposal-facility/ By WABC employees Click here for updates on this story Elizabeth, NJ (WABC) — A body was recovered after a massive five-alarm fire tore through a New Jersey waste disposal facility on Tuesday. The fatality is believed to be a worker as only one person was missing but their identity has not yet been released. […]]]>

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    Elizabeth, NJ (WABC) — A body was recovered after a massive five-alarm fire tore through a New Jersey waste disposal facility on Tuesday.

    The fatality is believed to be a worker as only one person was missing but their identity has not yet been released.

    The coroner is on site and more information will be released as it becomes available.

    News Copter 7 video showed black smoke billowing from the Waste Management Julia Street Transfer Station at 864 Julia Street in Elizabeth after the fire broke out around 2pm

    Officials said the fire could possibly have started from machinery inside the building, and while tons of garbage persistently burned, the private garbage hauler doesn’t handle hazardous materials.

    The smoke billowed into the surrounding community due to gusty winds, prompting residents of surrounding homes to evacuate the building.

    No other injuries were reported.

    Julia Street was closed for a large section between Division Street and Route 1.

    There were no impacts on operations at nearby Newark Liberty International Airport as wind pushed smoke away from the area.

    Officials contained the blaze, but firefighters battled hotspots throughout the night.

    A disaster response team from the New Jersey Red Cross was also on the scene.

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    T-cell behavior determines which tumors respond to treatment – ScienceDaily https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/t-cell-behavior-determines-which-tumors-respond-to-treatment-sciencedaily/ Mon, 09 May 2022 17:51:20 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/t-cell-behavior-determines-which-tumors-respond-to-treatment-sciencedaily/ Immunotherapy unleashes the power of the immune system to fight cancer. However, immunotherapy does not work for some patients, and new research may explain why. When immune cells called T lymphocytes infiltrate malignant tumors, the genetic program of those T cells and the developmental pathway they then follow can influence their response to immunotherapy and […]]]>

    Immunotherapy unleashes the power of the immune system to fight cancer. However, immunotherapy does not work for some patients, and new research may explain why. When immune cells called T lymphocytes infiltrate malignant tumors, the genetic program of those T cells and the developmental pathway they then follow can influence their response to immunotherapy and predict the patient’s overall survival, according to a new study from Weill Cornell Medicine -researchers. The results turn the prevailing model of the immune response in melanoma on its head and point to different therapeutic approaches.

    In the study, published May 9 in cancer cellThe researchers analyzed thousands of human tumor samples as well as individual human T cells across many data sets and tumor types and compared them to many models of T cell behavior in response to infection, cancer and vaccines, including human vaccines. They found that T cells either get stuck in an early activation state or develop into memory cells that are expanded by current immunotherapy approaches.

    “T cells don’t behave in unique ways, but we can understand their behavior and model it in a way that can predict patient outcomes and overall survival,” said senior author Dr. Niroshana Anandasabapathy, associate professor of dermatology and dermatology in microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine and practicing melanoma dermatologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

    Scientists have long known that the immune system can recognize and eliminate tumor cells on its own, but this process sometimes breaks down, leading to the development of cancer. Previous data seemed to support a theory that once a tumor has formed, T lymphocytes see and respond to tumor proteins until they are exhausted and unable to attack the cancer cells. This theory has been used to explain the success of a form of therapy called immune checkpoint blockade, which uses cellular signaling to enhance T-cell responses and reawakens the T-cells’ ability to attack and eliminate the tumor.

    However, some patients’ tumors do not respond to immune checkpoint blockade. To find out why, the team began looking at larger datasets and analyzing them more extensively than previous studies.

    “We wanted to take a totally agnostic approach to understanding what happens to a T cell once it enters the tumor microenvironment — a really naive, unbiased approach,” said Dr. Anandasabapathy, who is also a member of the Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center and the England Institute for Precision Medicine.

    By using large programs with many genetic markers and multiple concurrent genomic strategies to categorize cell fates, Drs. Anandasabapathy and her collaborators were able to reclassify T cells in tumors and better model how they develop. The results show that infiltrating T cells do not meet the same fate in every tumor. In contrast to the standard view, a “failed to start” beyond early activation and conversion to memory rather than exhaustion seemed to be the problem. The accumulation of long-lived memory programs is strongly correlated with overall survival and a successful response to immune checkpoint blockade therapy in melanoma.

    In addition to predicting outcomes, investigators hope to find ways to change them. For example, getting T cells past the failure to launch and inducing the formation of tumor-infiltrating memory T cells in patients who lack them might render unresponsive tumors susceptible to immune checkpoint blockade.

    While the current work focused on malignant melanoma, the scientists also found that similar phenomena likely underlie differences in patients’ T-cell responses to other cancers, including kidney, bladder, prostate and liver cancer.

    “The power of the study really lies in opening new avenues of discovery and proposing more rational therapeutics,” said first author Abhinav Jaiswal, a graduate student in the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences in Dr. Ananda sabapathy.

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    Patients on SCB MCH-The New Indian Express are angered by delays in moving the body https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/patients-on-scb-mch-the-new-indian-express-are-angered-by-delays-in-moving-the-body/ Sun, 08 May 2022 01:52:00 +0000 https://bodymedicalcontouring.com/patients-on-scb-mch-the-new-indian-express-are-angered-by-delays-in-moving-the-body/ Of Express Message Service CUTTACK: The pitiful condition of the state’s premier government hospital was exposed when there was an excessive delay in moving an unclaimed body to the emergency room at SCB Medical College and Hospital. The delay in removing the body angered other patients and those accompanying them on the ward, as the […]]]>

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    CUTTACK: The pitiful condition of the state’s premier government hospital was exposed when there was an excessive delay in moving an unclaimed body to the emergency room at SCB Medical College and Hospital.

    The delay in removing the body angered other patients and those accompanying them on the ward, as the incident came to the fore on Saturday when video showed a patient being treated while the body had been lying underneath since Friday night. The body remained there, although doctors, nurses and other health workers in the ward tended to the patients.

    “The sight of a body left unattended in the ward since Friday night has hurt the morale of the other patients and their carers. It is difficult for them to take their meals when there is a body near them,” said some patients who were treating the victim.

    After the video went viral, SCB MCH Administrator Abinash Rout rushed to the scene and informed the police, after which the body was taken to the morgue around 12.30pm on Saturday. “The person was victimized by a 108 ambulance but was taken in dead. The transfer of the body was delayed because there was no claim to the body. According to the rule, the body will be kept for 72 hours,” Rout said, adding that the necessary measures would be taken to prevent such an incident from happening again.

    But Maneswar Pradhan, a senior officer at the medical police outpost, said the hospital board had given police a memo about the body of an unknown man without giving a registration number. “The name of the district from which the emergency doctor 108 brought the patient was also not mentioned. So we sent the memo back through the attendant who brought it with the advice to bring it with the necessary reference. However, the concerned companion did not reappear,” Pradhan said.

    However, the memo from the hospital board calling it an unclaimed corpse sparked flak because the deceased patient’s name and address were already registered in the ER. The 66-year-old patient’s name was registered as Bidyadhar Jena from Sankida in Bhadrak district.

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