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NEWS-Line says Thank You and Happy Thanksgiving

We'd like to take this opportunity to say thanks for being part of the NEWS-Line community of professionals, students, faculty, writers, bloggers, associations, schools, adver...
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More Than Half of American Adults with Advanced Multiple Sclerosis Report Mistreatment By Caregivers

Four in 10 people with advanced multiple sclerosis, or MS, are emotionally abused by someone responsible for caring for them, reports a study led by the University of Californ...
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Paralyzed Veterans Of America Launches Holiday Hope For Heroes To Provide A Lifeline To Veterans And Other People With Disabilities During This Crisis

This holiday season comes as many high-risk paralyzed veterans have been trapped in their homes for months, and as military suicides are up 20% over last year. In response, Pa...
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The Good Cough and the Bad Cough: Treating Coughs in a Targeted Way, Based on Their Type

Researchers might be able to treat a troublesome cough in disease without disrupting the protective cough we need for optimal lung health, by targeting the different brain cir...
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Personality Traits Affect Shelter At Home Compliance

A worldwide survey conducted during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic found that people with certain common personality traits were less likely to shelter at home when g...
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Risky Behaviors To Be Wary of During Pandemic This Winter

With temperatures beginning to tumble in many parts of the country and winter right around the corner, Americans have begun reaching for their thermostats. And with millions o...
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Stress In America 2020 Survey Signals A Growing National Mental Health Crisis

Stress from COVID-19 — along with stress related to health care, the economy, racism and the presidential election — is seriously threatening the mental health of our country,...
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Leading Rehabilitation Providers Partner in Key Telehealth Research Study in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Brooks Rehabilitation is pleased to announce the launch of an essential research study that will advance the use of telehealth for rehabilitation in response to public health ...
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St. Jude’s Leading Virologists Release Insights Into Top Five Questions About Covid and the Flu

With winter’s dual influenza season and COVID, Richard Webby, Ph.D, a member of the Infectious Diseases Department at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the World Healt...
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Physical Rehabilitation Network Announces Joint Venture With North Dakota-Based Rehab4Life Physical & Occupational Therapy

Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN) of Carlsbad, Calif., today announced the entrance of a joint venture partnership with Rehab4Life Physical & Occupational Therapy, a North...
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Analysis Reveals High Burden of Musculoskeletal Disorders Across the Globe

Musculoskeletal disorders—which affect muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, and joints—can severely affect individuals’ physical and mental health, and they’re especially preva...
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November Is Diabetes Awareness Month - How Technology Is Making a Difference for People with Diabetes and Visual Impairment

For millions of people in the United States who have diabetes or pre-diabetes, improving health and avoiding diabetes-related complications is essential. The good news is that...
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Study Examines Cancer’s Effects on Young Women’s Employment and Finances

Cancer and its treatment can impact an individual’s ability to work, and employment disruptions can lead to financial hardships. A new study indicates that women who were diag...
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Study Links Patients Living in Disadvantaged Areas to Inadequate Screening for Obesity

Obesity is a worldwide health epidemic, and here in Missouri, more than 35% of adults are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Previous studies ...
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Center for Lyme Action Launches "Moonshot" Plan to Eliminate Lyme Disease by 2030

The Center for Lyme Action, a leading nonprofit dedicated to increasing federal funding for Lyme disease research, held a "Call to Action" on-line event and issued a report ou...
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New Study Shows Less Than One Percent of Foundations Have Any People with Disabilities on Full-Time Staff

While CDC data shows that one in four adults have a disability, a new report from the Council on Foundations shows that less than 1 percent of foundations have any people with...
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As COVID Continues, Can Hospitals Create Better Bed Management Through Math?

The COVID-19 pandemic shined a spotlight on a significant healthcare problem: a sudden inundation of critically ill patients can take a hospital’s bed capacity to the limit – ...
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Covid-19 Safety Protocols Keep Clinical Staff Infection Rates Low At Ohio State

Universal COVID-19 pandemic protocols in place at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center such as masking, hand hygiene, physical distancing and testing of symptomatic...
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Voting Could Be More Difficult for People with Disabilities in Upcoming Presidential Election

Voting is one of our most important civil rights, but it isn't always accessible for paralyzed veterans and other people with disabilities. Paralyzed Veterans of America has l...
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Mask Use Poses Challenges for Children and Adults Who Stutter

For the roughly 3 million Americans who stutter, mask use can make communicating with people in the community a major challenge. With use of face coverings remaining a public ...
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NDEAM 2020 – “Increasing Access and Opportunity” for Americans with Disabilities

2020 is a year unlike any other. This year will be long remembered for the confluence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic crisis and the hotly contested president...
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Helping Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Improve Diabetes Control with MyDiaTextÓ

Adolescence is a difficult period of development, made more complex for those with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM). The challenges of managing multiple doses of daily insulin ...
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Obesity May Alter Immune System Response To Covid-19

Obesity may cause a hyperactive immune system response to COVID-19 infection that makes it difficult to fight off the virus, according to a new manuscript published in the End...
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Rare Hyperinflammatory Syndrome in Children with COVID-19 Described

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Science for Life Laboratory in Sweden and Tor Vergata University of Rome in Italy have mapped the immune response in children affected...
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Inhaling Air Pollution from Western Wildfires like 'Smoking 25 Cigarettes a Day'

Wildfires in California have impacted the air quality in the San Francisco region. Dexter Henry spoke with Bay Area residents about how they've been impacted. As the sun rose...
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