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June 18 - 23

2019 AANP National Conference

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

July 19 - 21

ASHA Connect 2019

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

July 22 - 25

Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts 2019 Myrtle Beach CME/CE Conference

Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts

July 27 - 28

31st Annual Southwestern Regional Nurse Practitioner Symposium

Arizona Nurses Associaton

Aug. 13 - 16

Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts 2019 Virginia Beach CME/CE Conference

Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts

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U.S. Youth Suicides On The Rise

Suicide rates among teens and young adults in the United States are on the rise among both males and females, reaching their highest point in 2017, according to newly publishe...
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Major League Baseball Grant Funds Study Of Pitch Counts, Throwing Injuries

For youth baseball players, especially those who play competitively and often, throwing arm injuries are becoming too common. “There has been an increase in arm injuries in y...
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Study Shows Experimental Drug Can Encourage Bone Growth In Children With Dwarfism

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Australia and seven other medical institutions report that an experimental drug called voso...
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Terminally Ill Who Request Doctors Make Decisions For Them Undergo More Aggressive Final Treatments

Terminally ill patients who request that physicians make decisions on their behalf are more likely to receive aggressive treatments in the weeks before they die, according to ...
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A Beginner’s Guide To Understanding Curative Therapies

Value in Health, the official journal of ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research, announced today the publication of a series of articles of...
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Cedars-Sinai Expert: Try Non-Opioid Solutions To Pain Management

As the opioid epidemic continues to claim lives and shatter families across the nation, a Cedars-Sinai expert is urging physicians and patients to try managing pain without th...
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Stem Cells Reprogrammed Into Neurons Could Reveal Drugs Harmful To Pregnancy

Pregnant women are often advised to avoid certain drugs because of potential risks to their unborn infant's growing brain cells. Such risks are difficult to pinpoint, though, ...
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Ultrasound Imaging Can Monitor The Exact Drug Dose And Delivery Site In The Brain

An ultrasound imaging technique called passive cavitation imaging was able to create an image and estimate the amount of a drug that crossed the blood-brain barrier to reach a...
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“Keyhole” Surgery Repairs Spina Bifida In Utero

Gilda Giron was just 13 weeks pregnant when an ultrasound revealed her baby had myelomeningocele—the most severe form of open spina bifida, a birth defect that affects backbon...
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BRAINBox Solutions Working With Fralin Biomedical Research Institute, Carilion Clinic To Bring mTBI Test To Market

A portable test to help people suspected of having concussions or mild traumatic brain injuries has received a boost from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. BRAINBox Solu...
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Researchers Discover Key Genetic Trigger That Compromises Cancer Immunotherapy

An international research team has discovered a gene that triggers a process called “exhaustion” in the immune T cells used to battle cancer in immunotherapy. The gene, called...
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Breastmilk Antibody Protects Preterm Infants From Deadly Intestinal Disease

A new study from the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh finds that an antibody in breastmilk is necessary to prevent necrotizing enterocolitis...
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Antioxidant Puts Up Fight, But Loses Battle Against Toxic Protein Linked To Alzheimer’s Disease

New research may explain why an antioxidant that protects the brain is also associated with deterioration in areas susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease. The antioxidant, supero...
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6 "Firsts" In Advancing Regenerative Medicine Toward Patient Care

A statewide bipartisan initiative is transforming health care from a focus on treating disease to one of tapping the body's ability to heal itself. Regenerative Medicine Minne...
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Nurses More Likely To Test For HIV When Practice Setting Supports Routine Screening

Nurse practitioners are more likely to conduct HIV screenings if they feel that their colleagues support routine screenings, according to new research from Binghamton Universi...
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Out Of Many Ovarian Precancerous Lesions, One Becomes Cancer

In a novel study of cancer genetics using fallopian tube tissue from 15 women, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center say they have found evidence that the most...
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New Radiation Therapy Shows Promise For Treating Essential Tremor

Tyrus Agee thought his promising new career was doomed. He had only one year left to finish his Doctor of Optometry degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of...
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The Gut Microbiota And Epilepsy: Intriguing Research And The Road Ahead

The human body, though a miraculous machine, is also a sort of mobile terrarium for other living things. In fact, 99% of the genes in your body aren’t yours – they belong to b...
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Underenrollment In Clinical Trials: Patients Not The Problem

The increasing sophistication of cancer treatments threatens to outpace the ability of health care providers to enroll patients in clinical trials to test those therapies. Tha...
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Synthetic Speech Generated From Brain Recordings

A state-of-the-art brain-machine interface created by UC San Francisco neuroscientists can generate natural-sounding synthetic speech by using brain activity to control a virt...
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Speech Recognition Technology Is Not A Solution For Poor Readers

Could artificial intelligence be a solution for people who cannot read well (functional illiterates) or those who cannot read at all (complete illiterates)? According to psych...
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Sensing Food Textures Is A Matter Of Pressure

Food's texture affects whether it is eaten, liked or rejected, according to Penn State researchers, who say some people are better at detecting even minor differences in consi...
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Adventist Health White Memorial Improves Operating Room Turnaround Time With TAGNOS-Zebra Solution

TAGNOS™, developer of clinical logistics automation software for hospital operations, and Zebra Technologies (NASDAQ: ZBRA), an innovator at the edge of the enterprise with s...
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Consistent Use Of Diabetes Technology Across Multiple Environments Benefits Youth With Diabetes

In recent years, diabetes technology has evolved at a rapid pace, and the use of insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems has grown tremendously. To foste...
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Researchers’ Discovery Could Lead To Improved Therapies For Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

A new multi-institution study spearheaded by researchers at Florida State University and the University of California, Los Angeles suggests a tiny protein could play a major r...
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