Post Medical Job

Do you have a permanent (full-time or part-time) opening for a high-quality medical specialist? Click Here to post More »

Post Your Resume Here

Are you a healthcare professional working long 12 -14 hour days, too many weekends and holidays, or traveling too far from home? Are you not home for dinner usually or not able to spend enough quality time with your family More »

About US

NSI Healthcare Recruiters is one of the most trusted and reliable recruitment and placement services available to medical professionals in the USA. NSI has been in business for over 29 years and has assisted many healthcare providers in locating and hiring qualified medical professionals. More »

Contact Us

Candidates: Because our posted healthcare jobs are filled quickly we ask that you contact us for the latest updates. Employers: Please post your job here for affordable placement service. More »

NSI Healthcare Recruiters

We at We at NSI Healthcare Recruiters pride ourselves on the highest quality, personalized-service that medical facilities and medical job applicants alike have come to expect from us. pride ourselves on the highest quality, personalized-service that medical facilities and medical job applicants alike have come to expect from us. More »

 

Monthly Archives: October 2013

New 3D virus model explains lack of common cold cure

With all of the medical advances in recent history, it is sometimes surprising that we have not yet found a cure for the common cold. But a new model for rhinovirus C shows unexpected structural differences, creating potential for the development of new cold drugs. Researchers from the University of Wisconson-Madison, led by Prof…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

How our brain resists temptation in preference of ‘future rewards’

When on a strict diet, it can be very hard to resist a bar of chocolate if it is right under your nose. Are you likely to eat it there and then? Or wait until the end of the week to intensify the satisfying experience? Whatever your answer, researchers now say they can explain the difference in people’s ability to resist temptation…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Allergy to bee stings could be a protective mechanism

Allergy to the venom in bee stings may be an immune response that prepares the body to withstand a potentially fatal dose of the poison, according to new research from Stanford University School of Medicine. For most people, a bee sting results in some temporary pain and discomfort…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Antihistamine compound reduces bad memories

The human genome project has yielded many discoveries about complex human characteristics, but using this information to identify new drugs has largely eluded scientists. Now, researchers have described compounds related to human memory, one of which produced a drug-induced reduction in negative memories…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Anxiety gene may curb willingness to help others

If you saw an elderly lady struggling across the road with a shopping cart, would you offer to help her? Most of us would, but new research suggests that a gene related to anxiety disorders may impair a person’s willingness to help others…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Migraine sufferers more likely to have depression

A large new study from Canada finds that people who suffer from migraines are also more likely to have depression and think about suicide than counterparts who do not have them…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Chemicals in marijuana ‘protect nervous system’ against MS

Chemical compounds found in marijuana can help treat multiple sclerosis-like diseases in mice by preventing inflammation in the brain and spinal cord, according to a study reported in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology. “Inflammation is part of the body’s natural immune response, but in cases like MS, it gets out of hand,” says Dr. Ewa Kozela of Tel Aviv University, Israel…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Peanut butter helps diagnose Alzheimer’s disease

A dollop of peanut butter and a ruler can be used to confirm a diagnosis of early stage Alzheimer’s disease, University of Florida Health researchers have found. Jennifer Stamps, a graduate student in the University of Florida (UF) McKnight Brain Institute Center for Smell and Taste, and her colleagues reported the findings of a small pilot study in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Probiotics may help some babies with colic

A first review to establish whether giving babies probiotics (Lactobacillus reuteri) is an effective way to prevent and manage colic concludes there is not enough evidence to say it does, especially in formula-fed babies. However, in the case of exclusively breastfed babies who cry excessively or have colic, it may be effective…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Intestinal cells may prompt Crohn’s disease

A new study reveals that Crohn’s disease may be a disorder of specialized intestinal cells, called Paneth cells. Researchers say this finding could provide new targets for treatment. Results of the study, which was led by researchers from the University of Cambridge and Harvard University, were published in the journal Nature…
Featured Health News from Medical News Today