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More adults are living with congenital heart defects in the United States, creating the need for specialized health services and systems that track this medical condition across all ages. More adults survivors now live with congenital heart defects than children so it is no longer solely a…
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A new risk calculator can predict an individual's risk of developing psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia, according to a new study. The research involved collaborators from nine sites and may help researchers test treatments to prevent onset of full psychosis. Psychosis is characterized by…
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Parent-child diet quality and calories consumed are related in significant ways, research indicates. This discovery could lead to better strategies as the nation works to address the growing public health problems of obesity and related conditions such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
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Eph receptors and their partner proteins, the ephrins, are vital for intercellular communication. In the developing brain, they guide young neurons to the right partner cells by repulsion. They also play important roles in cell migration, regeneration, neurodegenerative diseases and the development…
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Precise predictions of whether a tumor is likely to spread would help clinicians and patients choose the best course of treatment. But current methods fall short of the precision needed. New research reveals that profiling primary tumor samples using genomic technologies can improve the accuracy of…
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Diabetic foot wounds can heal better with additional HBOT, report investigators, but no advantages were found for other aspects of treatment.
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A new study examines how children in European countries are influenced by online marketing. The study focused on the impact on children of in-game adverts in advergames, mobile apps and social media games.
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A new study was conducted to assess the association between gadolinium exposure and parkinsonism, a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system characterized by tremor and impaired muscular coordination.
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Massive blooms of potentially toxic cyanobacteria are washing onto beaches in Florida, keeping beach goers at home and raising concerns about possible impacts on public health. The bacteria belong to the genus microcystis, meaning they are not technically algae, and are known to appear in areas…
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Can an increased risk of chronic pain be transmitted from parents to children? Several factors may contribute, including genetics, effects on early development, social learning, and more according to a new report.
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A brisk walk is just as good as a jog when it comes to fighting nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, researchers finds. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease has been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease independent of metabolic risk factors, such as diabetes, hypertension and…
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Zinc acetate lozenges may reduce the duration of the common cold by nearly 3 days, according to a recent analysis.
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Head direction cells in rodents are directly connected with other neuronal structures used in navigation, most importantly the 'grid cell area,' report investigators.
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Vaccines against killer diseases from polio to hepatitis are fragile and can easily be made useless if they get too hot or too cold. Now scientists and engineers have developed a cost-effective vaccine storage device which perfectly preserves vaccines for an astonishing 35 days using just 30 litres…
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Cadherins are part of the protein family of adhesion molecules. Just like mortar between the bricks in a wall, they ensure that cells stay together, preventing them from breaking away and migrating from a group of cells. Especially in tumor cells, however, cadherin-11 behaves in exactly the…
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Researchers have discovered the first X-chromosome-inherited type of the congenital disease osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle-bone disease. The new discovery improves the genetic diagnosis of the disease and paves the way to possible improved treatment options for patients.
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Computational modelling makes it possible to predict the onset and progression of knee osteoarthritis in overweight people, shows a new study. A computational model based on the degradation of the collagen fibril network in the articular cartilage was able to predict the onset and progression of…
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An international review team has published a systematic review that assessed the effects of programs that use the World Health Organization's (WHO) integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI) strategy.
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Driving is a very complex process. Today, almost half of all drivers on the roadways are over the age of 65. With the decline of cognitive processes in older adults such as Alzheimer's disease, there is heightened concern for public safety and unsafe driving in this population. Understanding the…
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Obese children aged 2-5 years old are two to three times more likely to be admitted to hospital and have 60 percent higher healthcare costs than healthy weight children, a study an Australian research team has found. This is the first study to reveal the higher direct health care costs of obesity…
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Born too soon, very premature infants are particularly vulnerable and need appropriate care. New research examines how medical practices based on scientific evidence are incorporated into the care of these neonates.
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In the most comprehensive study of its kind, researchers report that most types of retroviruses have distinct, non-identical virus structures.
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A new study identifies an astroglial trigger mechanism as contributing to symptoms of fragile X syndrome in mice.
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Our immune cells can undergo a spectacular form of cell death, using their own DNA to make nets that kill infectious microbes. Now for the first time, advanced microscopy techniques have allowed scientists to visualize details of how immune cells behave during this extraordinary process.
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Scientists have announced study findings on the effects of variables in treating autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The evaluation provides the most up-to-date, scientifically sound evidence to CARD and other autism therapy specialists in order to provide the best treatment to those with ASD.
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