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Why We Get Annual Flu Shots—and How Universal Vaccines Could Knock Out Viruses

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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PET Scans May Predict Parkinson’s Disease And Lewy Body Dementia In At-Risk Individuals

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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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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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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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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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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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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Golf, Walking And Nordic Walking May Enhance Cognitive Function In Older Adults

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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Why Yoga May Be Good For Your Brain

Need a gentle way to help relieve stress and give your memory a boost? Try yoga. A three-month program of yoga and meditation had cognitive benefits comparable to those of a m...
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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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The Best Fat For Your Brain

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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Embracing Life's Rhythm: Kathleen's Robotic Surgery Journey

Kathleen Tierney had always lived life at full speed. Over a career that spanned over four decades, Tierney devoted her life to coaching, and later as an athletic administrato...
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Calorie Restriction In Humans Builds Strong Muscle And Stimulates Healthy Aging Genes

Reducing overall calorie intake may rejuvenate your muscles and activate biological pathways important for good health, according to researchers at the National Institutes of ...
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NIH Establishes Maternal Health Research Centers of Excellence

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $24 million in first-year funding to establish Maternal Health Research Centers of Excellence. Part of NIH’s Implementing a Mater...
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Arterial Stiffness May Cause And Worsen Heart Damage Among Adolescents By Increasing Blood Pressure And Insulin Resistance

Arterial stiffness is a novel cause of premature heart damage among adolescents, according to a new follow-up study. The study was conducted in collaboration between Texas Chi...
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Cerebellar Post-Stroke Deep Brain Stimulation Appears Safe And Feasible In A Small Trial

The results of an early-stage clinical trial indicate that deep brain stimulation (DBS) applied to the cerebellum may help recovery of upper limb function following stroke. Th...
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A Reminder: Have A Regular Eye Exam

Good vision may be one important factor for good brain health, according to a new report. The findings build on mounting evidence that poor vision increases the risk of develo...
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Back-to-School: How to Help Young Children Return to the Classroom

Q&A With Cesar Ochoa, MD, Director of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics The start of the school year can be tough for many children. For some, the struggle might last just ...
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Marijuana And Hallucinogen Use, Binge Drinking Reached Historic Highs Among Adults 35 To 50

Past-year use of marijuana and hallucinogens by adults 35 to 50 years old continued a long-term upward trajectory to reach all-time highs in 2022, according to the Monitoring ...
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Building on the Body’s Wisdom: The Age of Immunotherapy

What if, with a little assistance, the body already possessed the means to overcome many of the diseases that afflict humanity? Whether protecting against internal or externa...
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A Little Of This Goes A Long Way

Feeling guilty about taking that afternoon nap? Don’t be. Napping may be good for the brain, according to a new report. The study, from researchers at University College Lond...
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NIH Study Identifies Features Of Long COVID Neurological Symptoms

Twelve people with persistent neurological symptoms after SARS-CoV-2 infection were intensely studied at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and were found to have differe...
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