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Early-Life Stress Can Disrupt Maturation Of Brain’s Reward Circuits, Promoting Disorders

A new brain connection discovered by University of California, Irvine researchers can explain how early-life stress and adversity trigger disrupted operation of the brain’s re...
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ASHA, HLAA Urge Ear and Hearing Care for People of All Ages This
World Hearing Day

With an estimated 48 million people living in the United States experiencing some degree of hearing loss, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Heari...
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Lilly Cuts Insulin Prices by 70% and Caps Patient Insulin Out-of-Pocket Costs at $35 Per Month

Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced price reductions of 70% for its most commonly prescribed insulins and an expansion of its Insulin Value Program that caps patient o...
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Defensive Beliefs Likely Keep People From Taking At-Home Stool Tests That Screen For Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is one of the most treatable cancers, especially if it is detected early; however, many people do not undergo recommended screening, even despite the availab...
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Heart Rhythm Disorders: What You Need to Know

Heart rhythm disorders like atrial fibrillation and sudden cardiac arrest have made headlines in recent months, prompting many to learn more about how the heart beats. It is...
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Lingering Symptoms Common After COVID Hospitalization

About half of adults treated at hospitals for COVID-19 have experienced lingering symptoms, financial difficulties, or physical limitations months after being discharged, acco...
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Study Finds Spinal Cord Stimulation May Restore Arm And Hand Mobility After Stroke

In a small study, researchers used a device that stimulates the spinal cord to restore arm and hand mobility in two stroke patients, allowing them to perform daily life activi...
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MU Researcher Studies Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs In Rural Schools

Since 1990, obesity rates in American children — particularly in rural and underserved areas — have skyrocketed due to a variety of factors, including more sedentary human beh...
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One in a Million - Lung Transplant Patient Completes 12 Races–1 for Each Month Since Surgery

Antonia "Toni" Perez is one in a million. She’s one of 1 million patients in the U.S. who have received an organ transplant, a milestone the nation celebrated last month. Pe...
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Sports-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest is Rare in Older Adults

The annual incidence of sports-related sudden cardiac arrest in older adults is rare: 2 to 3 cases per 100,000 people. Of the 4,078 total sudden cardiac arrest cases studied...
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Machine Learning-Triggered Reminders Improve End-of-Life Care for Patients with Cancer

Electronic nudges delivered to health care clinicians based on a machine learning algorithm that predicts mortality risk quadrupled rates of conversations with patients about ...
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Medication Administration Errors Can Induce Fear, Sadness And Guilt Among Healthcare Professionals

Despite evidence showing that the causes of medication errors can be traced back to multiple factors in the healthcare setting, healthcare professionals still often feel the b...
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NIH Study Links Specific Outdoor Air Pollutants To Asthma Attacks In Urban Children

Moderate levels of two outdoor air pollutants, ozone and fine particulate matter, are associated with non-viral asthma attacks in children and adolescents who live in low-inco...
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‘Therapy Dog, Pet Me’: Get to Know Tia and Chester County Hospital’s Pet Therapy Program

Kate Spillane, PhD, DABR, a senior physicist in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Chester County Hospital, has wanted a therapy dog for as long as she can remember, in p...
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Regulating Immunological Memory May Help Immune System Fight Disease, MU Study Finds

Scientists have long sought to better understand the human body’s immune responses that occur during various diseases, including cancer and inflammatory diseases. In a recent...
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NIH Funds Eight Studies To Advance Rapid Diagnosis Of COVID-19-Related Inflammatory Syndrome In Children

The National Institutes of Health has awarded eight research grants to refine new technologies for early diagnosis of severe illnesses resulting from SARS-CoV-2 infection in c...
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COVID-19 Vaccine For Children After MIS-C Appears Safe

A study of children and adolescents who received a COVID-19 vaccination following multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) found that there were no reports of serious complic...
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Good Hydration Linked To Healthy Aging

Adults who stay well-hydrated appear to be healthier, develop fewer chronic conditions, such as heart and lung disease, and live longer than those who may not get sufficient f...
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Experimental Monoclonal Antibodies Show Promise Against Epstein-Barr Virus

A panel of investigational monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) targeting different sites of the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) blocked infection when tested in human cells in a laboratory ...
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Developing Therapies for Treatment-Resistant Prostate Cancer

A Small Clinical Trial Led by Cedars-Sinai Cancer Investigators Showed Progression-Free Survival in 40% of Patients. Investigators from Cedars-Sinai Cancer have identified an...
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Penn Medicine Study Gives Peek of How Ketamine Acts as ‘Switch’ in the Brain

Ketamine, an established anesthetic and increasingly popular antidepressant, dramatically reorganizes activity in the brain, as if a switch had been flipped on its active circ...
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Six Minutes Of High-Intensity Exercise Could Delay The Onset Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Six minutes of high-intensity exercise could extend the lifespan of a healthy brain and delay the onset of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkins...
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Bangladesh to Ukraine: Penn Medicine Doctor Brings Life-Saving Tech to Global Conflict Zones

According to the medics, the lines seemed to stretch on forever. At clinics in towns just across the Ukrainian border in Poland, countless Ukrainian refugees who were injured ...
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Head Injury is Associated with Doubled Mortality Rate Long-Term, Penn Study Finds

Adults who suffered any head injury during a 30-year study period had two times the rate of mortality than those who did not have any head injury, and mortality rates among th...
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Lock Your Meds Gives Adults A Voice to Keep Kids Safe from Prescription Medication

Did you know that 53% of misused medications come from family and friends, not a stranger/drug dealer or the internet? The Lock Your Meds® campaign, created by the National Fa...
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