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Invention: A Blood Test to Unlock Prostate Cancer Mysteries

Cedars-Sinai Cancer investigators have developed a new nanotechnology-based test that can detect and profile prostate cancers--even in microscopic amounts. Their work, publish...
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ACR Marks Centennial With Unveiling Of New Brand

The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) unveiled its new brand as a centerpiece of its first 100-year celebration at ACR 2023, the College’s annual meeting in Washington, DC...
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Vigorous Exercise Not Tied To Increased Risk Of Adverse Events In Rare Heart Condition

Vigorous exercise does not appear to increase the risk of death or life-threatening arrhythmia for people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), according to a study supporte...
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ASHA Encourages Families to Learn the Signs of Pediatric Feeding Disorder

With more than 1 in 37 children under the age of 5 affected by pediatric feeding disorder in the United States annually, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA...
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How Electricity Can Heal Wounds Three Times As Fast

Chronic wounds are a major health problem for diabetic patients and the elderly – in extreme cases they can even lead to amputation. Using electric stimulation, researchers in...
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‘Do You Have a Food Sensitivity?’ and Other Questions Answered

Fad diets tell us removing just one food from our daily lives will make us feel healthier. Manufacturers of at-home genetic tests say they may identify a gene that makes us su...
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Can We Intercept Cancer? A New Frontier in Cancer Research

Imagine cancer as a line on a chalkboard. At the left is a healthy cell. Reading left to right, you can follow a cell’s journey as it begins to develop abnormalities, morphs t...
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Cancer Stage And Receptor Status Indicate A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Risk Of Recurrence

New research indicates that for patients with breast cancer, the cancer’s stage and receptor status can help clinicians predict whether and when cancer might recur after initi...
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AtlantiCare First in Northeast to Deploy Optellum AI Alongside Robotics for Early Lung Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

AtlantiCare is the first healthcare system in the northeastern U.S. to use Optellum's Virtual Nodule Clinic. Located in New Jersey, it is integrating the innovative technology...
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ACR/SBI Statement on New USPSTF Breast Cancer Screening Recommendations

The new United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Breast Cancer Screening Recommendations are a step in the right direction. However, the American College of Radio...
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Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Better Outcomes Campaign

In the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s first annual Early Detection Survey, 65% of Americans 21 years of age and older say they are not up to date with one or more routine cancer ...
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The Healing Power of Music

Music may help to ease the stress of living with advanced Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new report. Nursing home residents with dementia who listened to enjoyable music ...
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Penn Medicine Study Links Air Pollution, Heat, Carbon Dioxide, and Noise to Reduced Sleep

Air pollution, a warm bedroom, and high levels of carbon dioxide and ambient noise may all adversely affect our ability to get a good night’s sleep, suggests a study from rese...
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Let The Sunshine In

As the weather warms and the days grow longer, it may be a good idea to take a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease outdoors for a walk. A new analysis found that exposure to br...
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MedStar Health Doctor Advocates for Palliative Care as a Human Right in Speech to United Nations Council

In a speech to the United Nations on April 4th, Kristin Forner, MD FAAHPM, Palliative Care Program Director, MedStar Health, Southern Maryland Region, discussed the "global ne...
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Morbus Crohn: New Imaging Technique For Effective Therapy

Patients suffering from Crohn's disease, a chronic inflammatory intestinal disorder, develop painful constrictions in the bowel. Due to a lack of methods until now, these comp...
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New MRI Method Provides Detailed View Of The Placenta During Pregnancy

Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have developed a new method to process MRI scans to reveal the distinct compartments of the placenta, take measurements...
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Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Announces PFF Community Registry Recruitment Month in April

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) announces that April is PFF Community Registry Recruitment Month with activities including an educational webinar, social media content...
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ACR Achieves Highest Continuing Medical Education (CME) Accreditation Status

The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) was reviewed by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education® (ACCME®) and awarded Accreditation with Commendation for ...
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Visually Navigating On Foot Uses Unique Brain Region

Using vision to efficiently move through an area by foot uses a unique region of the brain’s cortex, according to a small study funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI). The...
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Therapy for Rare Bone Disorder Shows Promise in NIH Clinical Trial

A clinical trial at the National Institutes of Health found that a medication, denosumab, significantly reduced abnormal bone turnover in adults with fibrous dysplasia, a rare...
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Adult-Onset Allergies: How They Happen and How to Manage Them

Picture this: You take a bite of your favorite childhood snack — an apple — something your mother used to pack in your lunchbox every day for school. But rather than tasting t...
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Study Unexpectedly Finds Only 7 Health Symptoms Directly Related To ‘Long COVID’

In a new study, a team of University of Missouri researchers made an unexpected discovery: People experiencing long-lasting effects from COVID-19 — known as “long COVID” or po...
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Penn Medicine Researchers Develop Model to Predict Cardiovascular Risk Among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a strong cardiovascular risk factor and is often accompanied by hypertension and diabetes. Despite the disease’s prevalence—10 percent of indiv...
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ChatGPT Has Potential to Help Cirrhosis, Liver Cancer Patients

A new study by Cedars-Sinai investigators describes how ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, may help improve health outcomes for patients with cirrhosis and live...
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