Balancing Privacy Protection and Data Sharing: Genomics professionals’ perceptions of ownership of genomic data for patients in Australia

Genomics professionals in Australia have generally been in favor of ownership of patient data A total of 184 participants completed the survey, although only 117 participants from the four groups of professionals completed the questions relevant to this analysis. Among them were 50 genetic counselors, 30 researchers, 20 bioinformaticians, and 17 clinical geneticists. Participants were … Read more

Field reports from Ohio State Wildlife Officers[email protected]/ OHIO – Field reports from the Ohio Department of Wildlife Officers Central Ohio – premier wildlife area While answering a call in Marion, state wildlife officer Chad Grote, assigned to Marion County, noticed a dead white-tailed deer in the backyard. Officer Grote contacted the homeowner, and found that the individual had harvested the deer … Read more

Childhood maltreatment associated with multiple mental health problems

summary: Researchers have identified a causal effect between child abuse and an increased risk of mental health disorders. Source: UCL A new study led by researchers at the University of California has found that being abused or neglected during childhood can cause many mental health problems. Research published in American Journal of Psychiatryseeks to examine … Read more

Exercise can alter molecules in the human body that influence the behavior of genes

According to a new study, twins who engage in high levels of physical activity (defined as more than 150 minutes of exercise per week) show genetic changes in specific regions of DNA methylation that are associated with lower BMIs and lower waist circumferences. A new study from Washington State University He found that consistent exercise … Read more

If University of Minnesota opposes Sanford-Fairview merger, it can buy back teaching hospital, execs say

Sanford and Fairview executives say the University of Minnesota can always buy back its teaching hospital in Minneapolis if the U doesn’t support a massive merger between the two health systems. Bill Gassen, CEO of Sioux Falls-based Sanford Health, floated the idea Tuesday night in St. Paul at the first of four public meetings about … Read more

Genocide investigation opened against Peruvian president after protesters killed | Peru

Peru’s attorney general’s office said it has launched an investigation into new President Dina Boloart and members of her cabinet to investigate allegations of genocide after violent clashes that have seen at least 40 people killed and hundreds wounded since early December. But the new government won a vote of confidence in Congress by a … Read more

Sweden faces ‘Judgment Day’ as house prices fall

In 2022, Sweden’s central bank ran an aggressive rate hike that bounced through the property market. Jonathan Nakstrand / Contributor / Getty Images Sweden’s real estate prices are facing a dangerous decline as the country’s former central bank governor has warned of high household debt levels. Home prices in Sweden have risen fairly reliably over … Read more

Market rally regains key levels ahead of CPI inflation report; Medspace, first flash solar buy signals

Dow futures were little changed early Wednesday, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures. X The stock market rally was indecisive for most of Tuesday, but the major indexes gained strength, with the S&P 500 moving up its 50-day moving average. Investors await the CPI inflation report for December on Thursday morning. midpiece (MEDP) … Read more