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It might seem silly to miss work for a rash. But people who have eczema often have to put a lot of time and money into managing the itchy, inflamed rashes they get over and over. Lindsay Jones, who...
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CHICAGO — A surprise for researchers studying Alzheimer’s disease. An unprecedented discovery in the brains of twenty-somethings – the build-up of a damaging protein associated with the disease begins...
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Cells control the adhesion protein desmoplakin by modifying the tail end of the protein, and this process goes awry in some patients with arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy, according to a study in The...
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WASHINGTON — Nearly half the states use higher copayments to dissuade Medicaid recipients from unnecessary visits to emergency rooms, where care is more costly. These states require patients to make...
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Pregnant women love their flawless complexion and radiant “pregnancy glow,” despite having to deal with other not-so-flattering skin changes like stretch marks, skin tags and varicose veins. Yet...
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Chicago Tribune (TNS) The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Monday, Feb. 23: "OK ... Bummer." Tufts University professor Miriam Nelson, on learning that a federal panel would...
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Using mouse models, researchers found that abdominal muscles may be severely involved in the muscular dystrophy process. The abdominal muscles are important to provide respiratory support when the...
2015/02/26 10:08
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Traversing the healthcare system can be daunting for almost anyone. Add in the many obstacles that low-income uninsured populations face, and it becomes tremendously more difficult. But a new...
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A new clinical trial phase has been launched to evaluate the drug isradipine as a potential treatment to slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease. The study is being co-led by the University of...
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Cholesterol, defamed for more than three decades by nutritional science, subject of countless warnings to egg-craving Americans, has now been exonerated as Public Food Enemy No 1. The nation's top...
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Almost instantly, the women formed a friendship that helped them through hundreds of needle pokes, holidays away from their children and countless nights of insomnia as they faced what may — or may...
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... ... Bummer." Tufts University professor Miriam Nelson, on learning that a federal panel would recommend abandoning its caution about cholesterol-laden foods, The Washington Post, Feb. 10,...
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention announced on Thursday the launch of the Stronger HeartsTM Helpline, a new 24/7 free call-center...
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Scientists believe they have discovered the ear's own novel pain system that protects it from very loud or damaging noise. It may be the reason you jam your fingers in your ears when a fire engine or...
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Among patients with severe community-acquired pneumonia and high initial inflammatory response, the use of the corticosteroid methylprednisolone decreased treatment failure, compared with placebo,...
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For months, Niki Glass waited anxiously in Room 976 of the cardiac intensive care unit for the call that would save her life. A few doors down the hall at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Karen...
2015/02/12 12:39
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Free inquiry is under serious threat in America, according to a new book by a Northwestern University historian of medicine and science. "Galileo's Middle Finger: Heretics, Activists, and the Search...
2015/02/12 09:08
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A new editorial published in JAMA by Northwestern Medicine® experts strongly questions the use of several hospital quality measures by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in its...
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Here is news you should use regarding diet and health. Diet Can Boost Your Mental Health In the British journal The Lancet Psychiatry, leading academics state that “as with a range of medical...
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Moderate drinking linked to lower heart failure risk Related Topics (This story was refiled to correct byline) By Janice Neumann(Reuters Health) - A large new study suggests that people who have up...
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