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Gaming Helps Personalized Therapy Level Up

Using game features in non-game contexts, computers can learn to build personalized mental- and physical-therapy programs that enhance individual motivation, according to Penn...
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Tired? Try Walking Up Stairs Instead Of Soda

A midday jolt of caffeine isn't as powerful as walking up and down some stairs, according to new research from the University of Georgia. In a new study published in the jour...
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From The NICU To Med School: An ‘Outrageous’ Idea That’s Saved Thousands Of Babies

Hannah Cheriyan was born with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck. Just hours old and in respiratory distress, she was airlifted to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at U...
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Preventing HIV Among Youth, Transgender People

Young people may feel they are invulnerable, but they are not immune to a host of injuries or infections, including HIV. According to the most recent statistics from the Cente...
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Children At Greater Risk For Complications From Brown Recluse Spider Bites

Medical complications of brown recluse spider bites are uncommon but they can be severe, particularly in children, researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) r...
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Surgery Helps Young Girl With Cerebral Palsy Walk

Bhoomi Manjunatha, 5, has been able to rely less on her walker and wheelchair, and more on her own two feet, because of a surgery performed at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. ...
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Could Fixing The Body Clock Help People Regain Consciousness?

For people with severe brain injuries, researchers have found that the rhythm of daily fluctuations in body temperature is related to their level of consciousness, according t...
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Know What Resources Help Protect Against Asthma Attack

If you suffer from asthma, you may think you’re “on your own” when it comes to figuring out how to control symptoms and triggers. You might not realize there are resources and...
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Webcam Service Enables Parents To Have “Virtual Visits” With Their Newborns In The NICU

Being apart from your newborn while he or she is cared for the in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be heart-wrenching. To make the separation a little bit easier, T...
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Going Viral: Using A Deadly Disease To Kill Ovarian Cancer

In some cases, the Lassa virus starts with a fever and general weakness, moving toward headache, muscle pain, possible facial swelling, deafness, and worse. About 15% of patie...
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Amino Acids In Diet Could Be Key To Starving Cancer

Cutting out certain amino acids -- the building blocks of proteins -- from the diet of mice slows tumor growth and prolongs survival, according to new research published in Na...
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More Than Recess: How Playing On The Swings Helps Kids Learn To Cooperate

A favorite childhood pastime -- swinging on the playground swing set -- also may be teaching kids how to get along. The measured, synchronous movement of children on the swin...
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The Difficult Choices: Managing Chronic Pain While Avoiding Opioid Abuse

Rather than being considered a miracle pill that magically takes away pain, prescription opioids are increasingly being seen as a precursor to heroin addiction and the cause o...
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Adherence To High-Intensity Statin Drops-Off For Many Following Heart Attack

A substantial proportion of patients prescribed high-intensity statins following hospitalization for a heart attack did not continue taking this medication with high adherence...
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SLU Researcher Hones In On Plaque-Causing Protein In ALS And Dementia

In a recent paper published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry Yuna Ayala, PhD, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Saint Louis University, and he...
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Study Defines Thunderstorm Asthma Epidemic Conditions

As allergy sufferers can attest, thunderstorm activity can exacerbate asthma and respiratory ailments. In fall 2016, when strong storms moved across southeastern Australia, a...
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Malaria Drug Successfully Treats 26-Year-Old Brain Cancer Patient

After her brain cancer became resistant to chemotherapy and then to targeted treatments, 26-year-old Lisa Rosendahl’s doctors gave her only a few months to live. Now a paper ...
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Noninvasive Imaging Test Shown Accurate In Ruling Out Kidney Cancers

The latest in a series of studies led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine shows that addition of a widely available, noninvasive imaging test called 99mTc-sestamibi SPECT...
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With Beetroot Juice Before Exercise, Aging Brains Look ‘Younger’

Drinking a beetroot juice supplement before working out makes the brain of older adults perform more efficiently, mirroring the operations of a younger brain, according to a n...
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From Early Signs To Treatment: What Every Parent Needs To Know About Autism

Autism spectrum disorders are being diagnosed in ever increasing numbers. Nationally, there are about 1 in 68 children identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), accor...
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Emergency Departments Administering More Medications Through The Nose

Administering medications through the nose as an alternative to injections or IVs is becoming increasingly popular in emergency departments and ambulances, according to a pape...
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Why Is A UVA Health System Research Study Replacing People's Cigarettes?

The University of Virginia Health System is conducting a research study to determine if exercise and reduced-nicotine cigarettes can ease the withdrawal symptoms associated wi...
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Cytokine Controls Immune Cells That Trigger Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Study Finds

A certain cytokine, or small protein that helps cells communicate during immune responses, can control whether immune cells promote or suppress inflammatory bowel disease, a f...
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Antidepressant Use In Early Pregnancy Does Not Increase Risk Of Autism, ADHD In Kids, Study Finds

A study led by Indiana University suggests that mothers’ use of antidepressants during early pregnancy does not increase the risk of their children developing autism or attent...
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