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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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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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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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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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5 Things To Know About The New Alzheimer’s Drug, Leqembi

On January 6th, the Food and Drug Administration approved, via the Accelerated Approval pathway, a new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease called Leqembi. While older Alzheimer...
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First Graphic Novel From ASHA Press Helps Middle School Children Defeat a Common Nemesis: “The Time Snatcher

A new graphic novel from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and author and speech-language pathologist Mindy Hudon, MS, CCC-SLP, is a must-have for childr...
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Americans Continue to Rank Nurses Most Honest and Ethical Professionals

For the 21st consecutive year, nurses ranked #1 in Gallup's annual Most Honest and Ethical Professions Poll. The American public rated nurses the highest among a host of profe...
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NIH-supported DASH and TLC diets Earn Top Spots in “Best Diets” Report

Two National Institute of Health-supported diets, Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) and Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC), together earned five No. 1 spots in U...
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Mo-Mo Knows Snow: Getting Outside in Winter is Good for Us

Mutt Mulligan, a rescue dog and the spokesdog of the TurfMutt Foundation, says a key to health and well-being is getting outside this winter For a decade the TurfMutt environ...
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Better Staffed Hospitals Before Pandemic Had Better Outcomes During It

According to a new study published in Nursing Outlook, the journal of the American Academy of Nursing, chronic hospital nurse understaffing and poor hospital work environments...
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Annual Report To The Nation: Cancer Deaths Continue Downward Trend; Modest Improvements In Survival For Pancreatic Cancer

Overall cancer death rates continued to decline among men, women, children, and adolescents and young adults in every major racial and ethnic group in the United States from 2...
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NIH-Funded Studies Show Damaging Effects Of Vaping, Smoking On Blood Vessels

Long-term use of electronic cigarettes, or vaping products, can significantly impair the function of the body’s blood vessels, increasing the risk for cardiovascular disease. ...
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New Report Provides Telehealth Predictions and Insights for 2023

In the early years of the pandemic, telehealth emerged as a critical means to ensure access to healthcare and medical services. Almost three years later, telehealth has shifte...
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Women Who Take More Steps Per Day May Have A Lower Risk Of Diabetes

Wearable fitness devices offer new insights into the relationship between physical activity and type 2 diabetes, according to a new analysis of the National Institutes of Heal...
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Breast Cancer Awareness Is for Men, Too

Although breast cancer is more common in women, experts from Cedars-Sinai Cancer are reminding men that they are at risk as well. One in every 100 breast cancers in the U.S. i...
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Why Do Many Young Cancer Survivors Forgo Human Papillomavirus Vaccination?

Although young cancer survivors face an elevated risk for later developing cervical, oropharyngeal, and several other human papillomavirus (HPV)–related cancers, HPV vaccinati...
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Intermittent Fasting May Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

After an intermittent fasting diet intervention, patients achieved complete diabetes remission, defined as an HbA1c (average blood sugar) level of less than 6.5% at least one ...
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A Heart Fix That Fits

Yvette Honda-Schumacher was 20 weeks pregnant and had just had a routine anatomy ultrasound when she was surprised to hear that a cardiologist was asked to come into the exam ...
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Tweets Regarding Suicide Prevention Might Prevent Suicide

A scientific team led by Thomas Niederkrotenthaler and Hannah Metzler from MedUni Vienna and Complexity Science Hub Vienna analysed approximately seven million postings on the...
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13 Tips for A Screen-Free Holiday Season

The holidays can be a period of increased screen time for kids, whether it’s more time playing video games, scrolling through Instagram, or binging the latest series. But it c...
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New Survey Shows Many Americans Are Confused by Testing Options for COVID-19 and Flu

Historically, respiratory illnesses peak during the winter season. While experts predicted higher rates of respiratory viruses like COVID-19 and influenza this season, respira...
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