Mar 22, 2017
Using a Smartphone to Screen for Male Infertility
Easy-to-use smartphone app and accessory analyzes sperm concentration and motility with ~98 percent accuracy.
Mar 17, 2017
PCSK9 Inhibitior Bococizumab Produces Varying Results
Bococizumab significantly reduces cardiovascular events in high-risk patients with high LDL cholesterol levels. Development of the drug was stopped after some patients experienced a reduction in cholesterol lowering over time.
Mar 17, 2017
PCSK9 Inhibitor Evolocumab Significantly Reduces Adverse Cardiovascular Events When Added to Statin Therapy With No Major Safety Concerns
In patients with cardiovascular disease, evolocumab reduced LDL cholesterol by 59 percent and reduced the risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes with greater benefit the longer the duration of therapy.
Mar 23, 2017
- Phone device tests male fertility with 98% accuracy, study shows -- CNN
- Smartphone device can test sperm quality -- Daily Mail
- Not All Cardiologists Trust Amgen's Cholesterol Drug Study -- Forbes
- What the top U.S. health official should be saying on vaccines -- Washington Post
- Guys: It’s now possible to test your sperm via smartphone -- Mashable
- Want to examine your semen? There's a device for that -- The Verge
- Sperm problems? Smartphone device could screen for infertility -- CBSNews.com
- In the Future, Men Might Be Able to Test Their Fertility With a Phone App -- New York Magazine
- Dreaded colonoscopy prep could get easier — and more delicious -- Chicago Tribune
- Scientists develop a phone app that can track and analyze sperm -- STAT News
- Smartphone-Based Semen Analyzer Results Equivalent to Lab Tests -- MedPage Today
- Women’s Lung Cancer Program hosts Balloon-A-Thon fundraiser to spark awareness -- Daily Free Press
- Using a smartphone to screen for male infertility -- Harvard Gazette
- Home remedies that may be worth a try -- Harvard Health Publications