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The Human Side of AI: Predicting Spine Surgery Outcomes

Ever since Corey Walker, MD, became a spine surgeon, the traditional measure of success focused on how well a patient was able to walk, bend or move after spine surgery. Now, ...
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Enabling Addiction - 7 Behaviors That Suggest You’re An Enabler

When your loved one struggles with drug addiction, it’s important to provide support. However, there’s a difference between supporting someone and enabling them. Enabling me...
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Why Do Men Face A Higher Risk Of Most Types Of Cancer Than Women?

Rates of most types of cancer are higher in men than in women for reasons that are unclear. Results from a recent study published by Wiley online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed jo...
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Largest International Effort to Improve Mental Health and Wellbeing of Health Professionals and Patient Safety

Magnet4Europe, a 4 million Euro project funded by the European Commission, is the largest international implementation science project ever attempted to fundamentally change h...
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Caring For Loved Ones With Dementia Is Stressful. Rice Researchers Aim To Help

Providing care for people with dementia is a physically demanding and emotionally taxing job that often falls upon loved ones, whose own health can suffer as a result. A new,...
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Hypertension Elevates Risk for More Severe COVID-19 Illness

Hypertension more than doubles the risk of hospitalization related to Omicron infection, even in people who are fully vaccinated and boosted, according to a new study led by i...
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‘A Window Into The Body’ Researchers at UCI Salivary Bioscience Institute are Championing the Use of Spit in Diagnostics

The so-called “diagnostic fluid of the future,” saliva is loaded with DNA, enzymes, hormones, immune system markers and other substances that make it a minimally invasive alte...
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Take These 7 Healthy Habits On Your Summer Road Trip

You've spent the past couple of years staying fit and healthy despite the unusual circumstances of mostly staying home. Now you're packing the car for a well-deserved summer ...
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NIH-Supported Study Links Poor Sleep To Increased Risk of COPD Flare-Ups

Poor sleep is associated with a significantly increased risk of life-threatening flare-ups in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, according to a new st...
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Penn Study: Text Messaging Shows Promise in Reaching Unvaccinated Patients

Automated text messaging was as effective as direct phone calls in getting unvaccinated patients to seek out a COVID-19 shot, according to a new study from the Perelman School...
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Cedars-Sinai Experts Lift a 'Sinking' Brain

Russell Secker, now 67, was in Lake Tahoe in 2016 to run a series of ultra-distance races with his wife, Claire. The two had completed hundreds of marathons and races totaling...
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Texas A&M College of Medicine Researchers Help Answer A Major Question: How Human Intelligence Develops

Scientists at the Texas A&M University College of Medicine have made a breakthrough discovery about the development of the brain. This new information contributes to our under...
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MU Study Finds Health Benefits Of ‘Aging In Place’

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) found the majority of older adults want to stay in their own home as they age. However, given the natural decline in health ...
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Covid-19 Was Third Leading Cause Of Death In The United States In Both 2020 And 2021

COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in the United States between March 2020 and October 2021, according to an analysis of national death certificate data by research...
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Endocrine Society’s Clinical Practice Guideline Offers Recommendations For Hospitalized Patients With Diabetes

Hospitalized patients with diabetes or hyperglycemia who receive goal-directed glycemic management that includes new technologies for glucose monitoring and pre-discharge diab...
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Small NIH Study Reveals How Immune Response Triggered By COVID-19 May Damage The Brain

SARS-CoV-2 infection can trigger the production of immune molecules that damage cells lining blood vessels in the brain, causing platelets to stick together and form clots. Bl...
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Established Drug For Symptoms Of Angina Pectoris Also Protects Vascular System

A drug used in the clinical treatment of angina symptoms also has an anti-inflammatory effect and reduces atherosclerotic plaques in blood vessels - thereby reducing the risk ...
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New Research Maps Possible Molecular Origins of Kidney Disease

After mapping the genetic underpinning of kidney function in 1.5 million people and about 60,000 kidney cells that are the microscopic mechanisms of gene regulation, over 500 ...
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Make Summer a Season for Safe Listening, Says ASHA

With the unofficial kickoff to summer on Memorial Day Weekend, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is urging the public to remember to use hearing protecti...
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Cedars-Sinai Investigators Validate the Accuracy of Novel Stool Imaging via Smartphone

An innovative mobile phone application was found to be as good as expert gastroenterologists at characterizing stool specimens, according to a study by Cedars-Sinai. The arti...
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Depression, Loneliness Associated With Increased Hospitalization Risk After Covid-19, NIH-Funded Study Suggests

People who reported in a survey that they felt worried, depressed or lonely had a greater chance of being hospitalized after a COVID-19 diagnosis, suggests a study funded by t...
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NIH-Funded Studies Reveal Credible Estimates For Alzheimer’s-Like Brain Disorder Prevalence

New National Institutes of Health-funded research shows that the prevalence of brain changes from Limbic-predominant Age-related TDP-43 Encephalopathy (LATE) may be roughly 40...
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Is My Scratchy Throat Allergies or Omicron?

Around 60 million Americans suffer from itching, coughing, and sneezing caused by seasonal allergies each spring, according to the CDC. And while these symptoms aren’t typical...
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Study: Medicine for Inflammatory Bowel Disease May Protect Against Severe COVID-19

Getting the COVID-19 vaccination strengthened one type of immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients even though they were taking imm...
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ANA Acts on Climate Change and Key Nursing Issues

The representatives of ANA’s Membership Assembly, the governing and official voting body of the American Nurses Association (ANA) have acted on compelling and critical issues ...
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