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The worst pandemic in the last century was caused by a coronavirus, which came as a surprise to many. Influenza was long thought to pose a greater risk. “Before 2020,” said Sc...
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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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In a small study, researchers at the National Institutes of Health have found that positron emission tomography (PET) scans of the heart may identify people who will go on to ...
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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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Pregnancy Complications Increase And Unmask Short- And Long-Term Cardiovascular Risk For People With Obesity

Having obesity before and during early pregnancy appears to be a strong indicator of risk for developing future cardiovascular disease and was significantly linked with advers...
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Lidocaine—often used as numbing agent for outpatient medical procedures—activates certain bitter taste receptors through two unique mechanisms that result in cancer cell death...
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Immunotherapy Side Effects: What to know

If you’ve researched cancer treatment options, you’ve probably heard of immunotherapy, which trains the immune system to attack cancer, rather than attacking the cancer direct...
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Workplace Ostracism Is Clearly Associated With Healthcare Workers’ Job Satisfaction, Stress, And Perceived Health

Workplace ostracism refers to someone being excluded from social interaction in the workplace without any explanation. Published in Journal of Advanced Nursing, a recent study...
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Cedars-Sinai Uses AI to Identify People With Abnormal Heart Rhythms

Investigators from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai found that an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm can detect an abnormal heart rhythm in people not yet showing...
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NIH Grant for Innovative Study Using Patient Verbal Communication to Detect Deterioration in Heart Failure Patients in Managed Long-Term Care

To improve the quality of care and reduce healthcare expenditures, heart failure patients in the U.S. are increasingly being treated in community-based programs such as manage...
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Penn Researcher Studies Hidden Immune Connections in Arthritis

What role does the immune system play when some people with psoriasis go on to develop inflammatory arthritis? The skin and the joints are seemingly unrelated organs. Yet abo...
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A Reminder To Take Your Blood Pressure Meds

High blood pressure, or hypertension, has been linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. But taking medications to keep blood pressure in...
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High Levels Of Particulate Air Pollution Associated With Increased Breast Cancer Incidence

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that living in an area with high levels of particulate air pollution was associated with an increased incidence of breas...
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Pain Scores, Age Can Help Identify Patients More Likely to Use Few or No Opioids After Surgery

Patients who are younger or who haven’t taken opioid pain medication before are more likely to not need any after many common surgeries, according to new research from the Per...
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The American Nurses Foundation Says Action is Still Needed to Address Serious Nursing Workforce Challenges

The American Nurses Foundation (the Foundation) released the results of its fourth mental health and wellness survey as part of the Pulse on the Nation’s Nurses Survey Series....
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New Smartphone App Quickly Analyzes Human Motion To Aid Physical Rehabilitation

A research team funded by the National Institutes of Health has developed a smart phone app that can track and analyze a person’s ability to move from one place to another, kn...
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As People Live Longer, Family Caregivers Face Financial Challenges

Many people overlook the short- and long-term costs of financial caregiving, a growing problem that financial advisors and employers can help address, according to a new repor...
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Severe COVID-19 May Lead To Long-Term Innate Immune System Change

Severe COVID-19 may cause long-lasting alterations to the innate immune system, the first line of defense against pathogens, according to a small study funded by the National ...
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Antipsychotic Drugs May Be Overused In The Home

Drugs to treat psychosis are often prescribed to ease agitation and aggression in people with Alzheimer’s disease. But the powerful medications carry potentially serious, even...
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Highest Honor Bestowed for Foundational Discoveries that Gave the World a Vaccine to Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

The University of Pennsylvania messenger RNA pioneers whose years of scientific partnership unlocked understanding of how to modify mRNA to make it an effective therapeutic—en...
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Playing a single 18-hole round of golf or completing 6 km of either Nordic walking or regular walking may significantly improve immediate cognitive function in older individua...
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Graphene Oxide Reduces The Toxicity Of Alzheimer’s Proteins

A probable early driver of Alzheimer's disease is the accumulation of molecules called amyloid peptides. These cause cell death, and are commonly found in the brains of Alzhei...
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CTE Identified In Brain Donations From Young Amateur Athletes

In a study of 152 deceased athletes less than 30 years old who were exposed to repeated head injury through contact sports, brain examination demonstrated that 63 (41%) had ch...
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Opting for olive oil rather than processed fats or oils may be good for your brain, according to a new report. The study found that people who consumed more than half a tables...
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