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Dec. 27, 2020 - 31

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July 28 - 28, 2022

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Oct. 25 - 28

Skin, Bones, Heart & Private Parts - Orlando, FL

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Oct. 27 - 30

46th Annual PSPA Fall CME Conference

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Nov. 2 - 05

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THE BREAST CANCER BOOK - A Trusted Guide for You and Your Loved Ones

A comprehensive, down-to-earth guide for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer. THE BREAST CANCER BOOK - A Trusted Guide for You and Your Loved Ones By: Kenneth D. Miller, MD, ...
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How to Test Skin Care Products Before Use

With so many skin care products available, including cleansers, moisturizers and cosmetics, it can be difficult to know which products to choose. While understanding your skin...
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NIH-funded Study Suggests A Single Skills-Based Session On Pain Management Packs A Punch

NIH-funded study suggests a single skills-based session on pain management packs a punch. Results show that a rapid “empowered relief” approach can add to the range of nonphar...
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Breathe Easy: Lung Cancer Prevention and Treatment Tips

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers not only in the U.S. but also worldwide. According to the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Statistics Center, more than 235,000 i...
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COVID Breakthrough Cases and the Importance of Vaccination

When three safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines became available in the United States (a Pfizer vaccine to prevent COVID-19 for people 12 years of age and older as well as Joh...
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Fight-or-Flight Response is Altered in Healthy Young People Who Had COVID-19

New research published in The Journal of Physiology found that otherwise healthy young people diagnosed with COVID-19, regardless of their symptom severity, have problems with...
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Back to School: How to Help Children Who Are Hard of Hearing as They Return to In-Person Learning

As the new school year approaches during a COVID-19 surge, universal masking in schools and other necessary public health measures may present some unique challenges for child...
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New Partnership to Advance Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology

The American College of Radiology® Data Science Institute® (ACR DSI) and the American Academy of Ophthalmology announced a collaboration that will expand ACR DSI’s groundbreak...
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Patient Safety Movement Foundation Calls For Action In Advance Of Second Annual #Uniteforsafecare Event

The second annual #UniteForSafeCare event is scheduled for Friday, September 17th in conjunction with World Patient Safety Day. The event is hosted by the Patient Safety Movem...
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What You Need To Know About The Delta Variant

For more than 40 years, UCI infectious disease researcher Michael Buchmeier has studied coronaviruses, and he’s one of the leading experts on SARS-CoV-2, the version of the vi...
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NIH-Funded Study Shows Children Recycle Brain Regions When Acquiring New Skills

During development the brain can repurpose parts when learning to recognize faces and to read. Sample images used for testing brain responses in children. To understand how t...
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Contact Events in Rugby Union Linked to Reduced Blood Flow to The Brain, Impacting Brain Function

Repetitive contact events incurred over a single season resulted in professional rugby union players having a reduced ability to regulate blood flow to the brain, which is ess...
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Antacids May Improve Blood Sugar Control In People With Diabetes

Antacids improved blood sugar control in people with diabetes but had no effect on reducing the risk of diabetes in the general population, according to a new meta-analysis pu...
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Survivors Of Trauma Struggle To Move On From The Loss Of Loved Ones

Among individuals who survive a trauma that resulted in the loss of a close friend or loved one, symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder can predict complicated grief – a s...
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Healthy Diet Before And During Pregnancy Linked To Lower Risk Of Complications, Nih Study Suggests

A healthy diet around the time of conception through the second trimester may reduce the risk of several common pregnancy complications, suggests a study by researchers at the...
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Study Links Sleep Apnea In Children To Increased Risk Of High Blood Pressure In Teen Years

Children with obstructive sleep apnea are nearly three times more likely to develop high blood pressure when they become teenagers than children who never experience sleep apn...
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People Who Manage Their Asthma Can Improve Their Chances Against Covid-19

To avoid severe COVID-19 outcomes, people with asthma should stay on top of the condition with control medication, a new USC study finds. Individuals with well-controlled as...
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Tips for Families: Supporting Children With Speech and Language Disorders as They Return to In-Person School

With students across the country preparing to return to in-person school, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is providing advice for parents and caregiver...
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First Long COVID Guidance Statement on Fatigue Released By American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

The Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) released the first in a series of peer-reviewed guidance statements to help physicians make clinical decisions con...
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New AAD Survey: Only a Third of Americans are Concerned about Skin Cancer Despite Nearly 70% Having at Least One Risk Factor

An American Academy of Dermatology survey shows that despite skin cancer being the most common cancer in the U.S., only about one-third of adults are concerned about developin...
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Pediatrician Provides 5 Tips to Keep Kids to Safe and Healthy this Summer

Wear A Helmet! When biking, skating, or riding a scooter, make sure your kids are always wearing a helmet. Helmets can help absorb and cushion blows to the head and reduce th...
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ASHA Partners With Language Development Expert on New Children’s Book

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) announced the release of its third children’s book, An Alphabet Pet Parade in Topsy-Turvy Town, Population 26. Written ...
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Valvular Heart Disease: The Underestimated Risk Of A Common Disease

Hitherto, the development of valvular heart disease in patients with chronic heart failure has been underestimated and rarely treated. This is the finding of a study conducted...
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Scientists Discover A New Genetic Form Of ALS In Children

In a study of 11 medical-mystery patients, an international team of researchers led by scientists at the National Institutes of Health and the Uniformed Services University (U...
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Antidepressants May Improve Outcomes In People With Diabetes And Depression

People with diabetes and depression who take antidepressants may have a lower risk of death and of serious diabetes complications, according to a new study published in the En...
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