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2014/04/16 12:51
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The esteemed New England Journal of Medicine is reporting on the health benefits of marriage equality. “Public health research has suggested not only that discriminatory environments and bans on...
2014/04/16 12:51
2014/04/16 12:51
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2014/04/16 03:30
2014/04/16 03:30
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By Serena GordonHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, April 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Boys with autism were three times more likely to have been exposed to antidepressants known as SSRIs in the womb than...
2014/04/15 22:39
2014/04/15 22:39
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Several leading U.S. and European heart doctors are calling for curbs, or even a moratorium, on using devices meant to lower blood pressure by zapping kidney arteries, following a surprising failure...
2014/04/15 10:20
2014/04/15 10:20
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Keep moving today for a healthier, well-balanced family tomorrow. Did You Know: according to the New England Journal of Medicine today’s young people are not expected to outlive their parents. This is...
2014/04/15 08:08
2014/04/15 08:08
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Treatment options for the 170 million people worldwide with chronic Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) are evolving rapidly, although the available regimens often come with significant side effects. Two...
2014/04/15 07:27
2014/04/15 07:27
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A breakthrough treatment for hepatitis C that halves treatment time has been developed in an international clinical trial that included The University of Queensland. The landmark study has been...
2014/04/15 06:27
2014/04/15 06:27
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TORONTO - Several Toronto-based researchers are again raising questions about a medication commonly prescribed to pregnant women for morning sickness. In a commentary to be published Tuesday in the...
2014/04/15 01:22
2014/04/15 01:22
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Taking up ballet in old age may help ward off dementia: And, don't worry, those creaky knees needn't hold you back! Every week you'll find Nan McDonald limbering up at the barre in a studio at the...
2014/04/14 22:08
2014/04/14 22:08
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By Sara Freeman, medwireNews Reporter Phase I study findings suggest the investigational drug ceritinib is effective in patients with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with anaplastic...
2014/04/14 18:10
2014/04/14 18:10
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Dr. David Blumenthal, who now is head of the Commonwealth Fund, has been a friend since we both were teenagers. It was a sign of his medical / tech / policy skills that the newly arrived Obama...
2014/04/14 16:27
2014/04/14 16:27
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Fred Henninger Jr. pours water over his head at the mile 12 water station in Raleigh, NC during the Raleigh Rock 'n' Roll Marathon & Half Marathon, Sunday, April 13, 2014. Authorities say two runners...
2014/04/14 12:41
2014/04/14 12:41
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Most children with autism are well past their fourth birthday by the time they're diagnosed with the condition, according to new government data. Their parents and teachers may have raised red flags...
2014/04/13 07:43
2014/04/13 07:43
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Two multi-center clinical trials led by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center have shown that patients suffering from the disease can be cured with a much more simple and tolerable all oral...
2014/04/12 21:43
2014/04/12 21:43
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... clusters of brain cells are linked to children with autism A small study that examined brains from children who died found abnormal patterns of cell growth in autistic children. The research...
2014/04/12 11:21
2014/04/12 11:21
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... is as if I have just been reborn': Woman struck down by Ebola virus which has killed more than 100 people this year in Guinea tells of 'miracle' recovery The 27-year-old called Fanta battled the...
2014/04/11 13:08
2014/04/11 13:08
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Surgical decision making for sick, elderly patients should be orchestrated by a multidisciplinary team, including the patient, his or her family, the surgeon, primary care physician, nurses and...
2014/04/11 06:08
2014/04/11 06:08
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The Clinical Research Forum has announced the winners of its third annual Top 10 Clinical Research Achievement Awards. The winning projects represent the outstanding examples of research projects that...
2014/04/10 18:17
2014/04/10 18:17
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WATERTOWN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Findings from the Treatment of Preserved Cardiac Function Heart Failure with an Aldosterone Antagonist (TOPCAT) trial, have revealed that adding the inexpensive...
2014/04/10 14:34
2014/04/10 14:34
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Health concern: Superbugs could pose a serious health threat across all age and socio-economic groups. Picture: ANTOINE DE RAS Cape Town - The war is on – superbugs versus antibiotics....
2014/04/10 12:05
2014/04/10 12:05
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Honesty may be the best policy, but when delivering bad news to patients, physicians must prepare to pay a price for that honesty. You simply do not like the doctor who tells you what you are afraid...
2014/04/16 12:51
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