John Adler, MD, Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University; Editor-in-Chief, Cureus, has published a new editorial on the changes that are coming to peer reviewed scientific publications.
Is there a better way for “establishing scientific validity?”
Should an infant suddenly stop breathing or display any dramatic change in heart rate — the baby monitor will alert parents on their smartphone.
A dog trainer from West Hills, California has been teaching rescue dogs how to detect ovarian cancer from a person’s breath.
Early findings have shown that a player might experience similar forces in a high-impact shoulder-to-chest hit as they would from their head hitting the ground.
Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center isolated a single nucleotide which predicts time of death.
Dr. Badia maintains an intensely academic practice in order to “effect change and make care more efficient.” Dr. Badia joined Curēus as an Editorial Board member earlier this year.
This new twist on the classic caramel popcorn candy called Cracker Jack’D, will include “Power Bites” which contain 70 milligrams of caffeine.
He has no use for computers or fax machines — in fact, Dr. Dohner keeps his medical records on hand-written index cards packed tightly inside a wall of filing cabinets.
Pepsi-Cola Japan introduces a fat blocking soda called Pepsi Special. Which in simple terms is Pepsi Cola loaded with dietary fiber.
Dr. Pozner is a highly respected authority on both surgical and non-invasive plastic surgery techniques. Our video team stopped in to talk with Dr. Pozner who joined Curēus as an Editorial Board member earlier this year.