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Only one in three women participating in Germany's mammography screening program is well-informed about it: the higher the level of education, the greater the chance of women making an informed decision.
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In the three years following bariatric surgery, the majority of patients experience an improvement in pain and walking ability. A new study went on to identify key patient characteristics that can indicate which people are the most and the least likely to see improvement, a finding that could allow…
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Investigators have shown that a method they developed to improve the usefulness and precision of the most common form of the gene-editing tools CRISPR-Cas9 RNA-guided nucleases can be applied to Cas9 enzymes from other bacterial sources. They report evolving a variant of SaCas9 - the Cas9 enzyme…
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Resistance exercise during pregnancy has perceived positive effects. Swimming, walking and other mild physical activities, along with avoidance of resistance exercise, are often recommended for pregnant women. But new research has found that resistance exercise can relieve symptoms related to…
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Researchers have described cost across an entire care process for low-risk prostate cancer -- from the time a patient checks in for his first appointment to his post-treatment follow-up testing -- using time-driven activity-based costing.
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People who take natural products or practice yoga are more likely to do so for wellness reasons, while people use spinal manipulation to treat a specific health condition.
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This message from NCCIH Director Dr. Josephine Briggs discusses results from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey & why people choose certain complementary approaches.
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Analysis reveals reasons for use of yoga, supplements, and spinal manipulation People who practiced yoga or took natural products were more likely to do so for wellness reasons than to treat a specific health condition, according to data from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).
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Gero Miesenböck was the first to insert a light-controlled on/off switch into brain cells. His pioneering method allows scientists to switch nerve cells on and off selectively and observe how the behavior of, for example, fruit flies or mice changes as a result. In this way, researchers can learn…
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A bizarre result of a routine lab experiment has led researchers to an unexpected new way to trigger the production of red blood cells. This could represent a significant step forward in the battle against anemia, benefiting people with diabetes, people with kidney disease or cancer, and older…
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Adjusting to family circumstances where there is less food available than previously can be a traumatic situation for children and can result in behavioral issues. In addition, lack of regular access to food can also result in poorer health among children.
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A Duke-led study finds that when restoring coastal wetlands, clumping newly planted marsh grasses next to each other, with little or no space in between, can spur positive interactions between plants and boost growth and survival by up to 300 percent in one growing season, at no additional cost.…
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Two new studies shed light on critical dietary issues facing Americans. One study showed that while recent improvements in the US diet have helped reduce disease and premature death, the overall American diet is still poor. Another, which analyzed interventions to reduce childhood obesity, found…
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Eye drops have been used to deliver the gene for a growth factor called granulocyte colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) in a mouse model of brain ischemia. The treatment led to a significant reduction in brain atrophy, neurological deficits, and death in the mice. The research team also devised a…
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Researchers looked at the five components of a primary care medical home and found that one factor -- having a usual source of care -- was the most reliable predictor of whether a child would be readmitted to a hospital or emergency room within a month after being discharged.
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A link between depression in pregnancy and long periods of sitting down has been identified by researchers. The study found those suffering from symptoms of depression during pregnancy are more likely to sit down for long periods of time in the second trimester. The academics also found this puts…
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Scientists have good news for patients who suffer from currently untreatable dry age-related macular degeneration (dry AMD). In a new study, researchers identified a potential target for future therapies to slow the progression of the blinding condition. The findings indicate that treatments…
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Time may appear to slow down for white Americans who feel threatened by an approaching black person, raising questions about the pervasive effects of racial bias or anxiety in the United States, according to research.
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Tumor DNA shed into the bloodstream can be used to track cancers in real time as they evolve and respond to treatment, scientists have shown for the first time.
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Adolescent exposure to environmental pollutants known as organochlorines may lead to defective sperm, according to a new study. The research is the first to look for associations between exposure to these chemicals in the teenage years and abnormalities in sperm that are associated with fertility…
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Platinum-based chemotherapy may not only impact hearing, but that the hearing loss may then contribute to long-term neurocognitive deficits, report neuroscientists in a new report.
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Drawing inspiration from an insect's multi-faceted eye, University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers have created miniature lenses with vast range of vision. Their new approach created the first-ever flexible Fresnel zone plate microlenses with a wide field of view — a development that could allow…
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An analysis of country-to-country aid for health over a 20-year period suggests wide variations among donor countries' giving that do not always reflect recipient countries' health needs.
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Health campaigns that target teens based their social groups and subcultures, such as hip hop, preppy or alternative, can be an effective tool in dissuading adolescents from engaging in risky behaviors such as smoking and drinking, suggests a survey of the literature and a case study.
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Many children may be getting an inappropriate dose of antibiotics as doctors use guidelines that just use age not weight when choosing the dose of drugs, say researchers.
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