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For any patient in the hospital, their stay entails a constant stream of health care professionals visiting the room; physicians and nurses and techs monitor their condition a...
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Good Hearing Is Critical For Brain And Body

Growing evidence shows that good hearing is essential for keeping your brain in good working order. Two new studies underscore just how important good hearing can be. In one ...
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Switching To Vegan Or Ketogenic Diet Rapidly Impacts Immune System

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health observed rapid and distinct immune system changes in a small study of people who switched to a vegan or a ketogenic (also call...
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Why the Top Cause of Death for Women Has Been Ignored

Experts at the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai who have studied progress made over decades of research say there’s still a long way to go before medical science fully un...
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A Common Marker Of Neurological Diseases May Play Role In Healthy Brains

Researchers have discovered that a protein called phosphorylated α-synuclein, which is associated with several neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Lewy ...
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Light Therapy May Ease The Agitation Of Alzheimer’s

Exposure to bright light, or light therapy, may help people with Alzheimer’s disease sleep more soundly, according to a new report. Light therapy may also help to ease depress...
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Flagging Dementia Patients for Better Hospital Care

Cedars-Sinai investigators are using electronic health records to identify hospitalized patients likely to have dementia. The method they developed, detailed in a study publis...
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Diet Quality Is Associated With Metabolites Indicative Of Cardiovascular Health Already In Childhood

A healthier diet is associated with serum metabolite concentrations indicative of better cardiovascular health already in school-aged children, a recent study from the Univers...
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Nurses Face Worsening Working Conditions Amid Winter Surge In Covid And Other Respiratory Viruses, As CDC Looks To Weaken Infection Control Guidance

As Covid and other respiratory viruses are surging once again, National Nurses United’s (NNU) latest nationwide survey of more than 2,600 registered nurses reveals continued f...
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NIH Analysis Reveals A Significant Rise In Use Of Complementary Health Approaches, Especially For Pain Management

NIH analysis reveals a significant rise in use of complementary health approaches, especially for pain management What An analysis conducted by the National Institutes of Heal...
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Elevated Cholesterol In Adolescence Causes Premature Heart Damage In A Seven-Year Follow-Up

High cholesterol levels in adolescence can cause structural and functional heart damage during adolescence which worsens by young adulthood. The study was conducted in collabo...
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Cedars-Sinai Investigators Move Closer to Predicting Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest remains a deadly and complex condition, but investigators in the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai have discovered a new method--using a widely avail...
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New Penn Medicine Nudge Unit Pilots Show How Simple Questions Can Lead To Answers That Improve Care

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Exercise Isn’t Just For Muscles

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Semaglutide Associated With Lower Risk Of Suicidal Ideations Compared To Other Treatments Prescribed For Obesity Or Type 2 Diabetes

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23 Cancer Research Highlights From The Past Year

Driven by our mission to end cancer, MD Anderson researchers developed new therapies, analyzed vast data sets, solved medical mysteries and more over the last year. These brea...
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Higher Income And Longer Working Years Are Linked To Better Mobility

A new study on the relationship between mobility and income has shown that better mobility was strongly associated with higher income and longer working years in adults. The f...
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Light Physical Activity Shows Great Promise In Reversing Childhood Obesity Caused By Being Sedentary

Increased sedentary time from childhood through young adulthood caused increased body fat and abdominal fat in a new follow-up study. However, the results also showed that lig...
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Cholesterol: Too Much Of A ‘Good’ Thing?

Many experts tout the benefits of having high levels of high-density lipoprotein, or HDL, the so-called “good” cholesterol. But too much HDL may have a downside: an increased ...
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Researchers Assemble The First Complete Sequence Of A Human Y Chromosome

An international research team has generated the first truly complete sequence of a human Y chromosome, the final human chromosome to be fully sequenced. The new sequence, whi...
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NEJM: Study Supports Minimally Invasive Procedure for Aortic Stenosis

Patients with a dysfunctional aortic heart valve who received a new, prosthetic valve through a minimally invasive procedure had similar outcomes at five years as those who un...
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Having A Positive Attitude About Aging May Help Boost Memory

Having a positive attitude about growing older may counteract some of the memory deficits that commonly occur as people age, according to a new report. A positive attitude abo...
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Cancer Discovery: How the Liver Defends Itself

Cedars-Sinai investigators have discovered how the liver defends itself against cancer. Their study, published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Hepatology, suggests targets for...
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