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New Hearing Test To Establish Fitness-For-Duty Among Military Personnel

The current measure of 'auditory fitness-for-duty' used in British military medical examinations is 'pure-tone audiometry', which assesses the ability to hear individual tones...
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Shape Of Inner Ear Helps Predict Hearing Loss For Children With Rare Disorder

It may be possible to predict the severity of hearing loss for children diagnosed with enlarged vestibular aqueduct, according to a new study published in JAMA-Otolaryngology-...
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How A Double Lung Transplant Saved The Life Of A New Mom

Cystic fibrosis patient Fanny Vlahos was nearing the end of the second trimester of her pregnancy when she caught pneumonia and her lung function declined drastically. By the...
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Effective Help Is Available For Migraine Sufferers

The World Health Organization lists migraine – the condition that produces recurring, severe, often-incapacitating headaches and other debilitating symptoms lasting from a few...
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Can Gardening Prevent Cancer?

“No matter where you go in the world, no matter what language they speak, people say there’s just something about it that makes them feel better,” says Jill Litt, a public hea...
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Being Active Saves Lives Whether A Gym Workout, Walking To Work Tr Washing The Floor

Physical activity of any kind can prevent heart disease and death, says a large international study involving more than 130,000 people from 17 countries published this week in...
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Personality Changes Don't Precede Clinical Onset Of Alzheimer's

For years, scientists and physicians have been debating whether personality and behavior changes might appear prior to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. ...
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New Wayne State Research Findings Offers Hope To People With Fibromyalgia

A novel psychological therapy that encourages addressing emotional experiences related to trauma, conflict and relationship problems has been found helpful for people with the...
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Studies Inconsistent On When Concussed Students Should Return To Learn, Policies And Protocols May Be Needed

Youth who have sustained one or more concussions may experience challenges when they return to the classroom and integrate back into active learning. Investigators at the Univ...
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Flu Vaccine Used In Elderly May Benefit Middle-Aged Adults With Chronic Conditions

Expanding the high-dose influenza vaccine recommendation to include middle-aged adults with chronic health conditions may make economic sense and save lives, report scientists...
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Importance Of Lifetime Care For Adult Congenital Heart Disease Patients

In the last decade, the number of adults living with congenital heart disease began exceeding the number of children living with congenital heart disease, even as treatments i...
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Penn First In World To Treat Patient With New Radiation Technology

Doctors at Penn Medicine have become the first in the world to treat a patient with a new treatment platform designed to streamline the way therapeutic radiation is delivered ...
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One E-Cigarette With Nicotine Leads To Adrenaline Changes In Nonsmokers’ Hearts

A new UCLA study has found that healthy nonsmokers experienced increased adrenaline levels in their hearts after one electronic cigarette with nicotine. The findings are publ...
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Faulty Cell Signaling Derails Cerebral Cortex Development, Could It Lead To Autism?

As the embryonic brain develops, an incredibly complex cascade of cellular events occur, starting with progenitors – the originating cells that generate neurons and spur prope...
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Poliovirus Therapy Induces Immune Responses Against Cancer

An investigational therapy using modified poliovirus to attack cancer tumors appears to unleash the body’s own capacity to fight malignancies by activating an inflammation pro...
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Newly ID’d Role Of Major Alzheimer’s Gene Suggests Possible Therapeutic Target

Nearly a quarter century ago, a genetic variant known as ApoE4 was identified as a major risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease — one that increases a person’s chances of develop...
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Beaumont Health First And Only Michigan Health System To Test Chronic Low Back Pain Device

About two-thirds of US adults will struggle with low back pain during their lifetime. It is the most common cause of job-related disability and a leading cause of missed work ...
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Finding A Natural Defense Against Clogged Arteries

In type 2 diabetes, chronic inflammation drives cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death among people with the condition. Researchers at Joslin Diabetes Center now h...
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Preemies’ Separation From Mom + Physical Stress May Increase Health Risks In Adulthood

A new study suggests that physiological stress in premature infants combined with separation from their mothers may have lasting effects into adulthood. In clinical studies, t...
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Hold The Phone: An Ambulance Might Lower Your Chances Of Surviving Some Injuries

Victims of gunshots and stabbings are significantly less likely to die if they’re taken to the trauma center by a private vehicle than ground emergency medical services (EMS),...
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American Society Of Anesthesiologists And CAE Healthcare Launch First-Of-Its-Kind Interactive Simulation Product, Anesthesia SimSTAT – Trauma

Anesthesia providers have been unable to improve their education and management of anesthetic emergencies in a virtual online environment, on-demand, from a simple laptop – un...
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Patient’s Freak Pancreas Injury Spurs Rapid Response

Macie Glover sprinted across the gym floor at school earlier this year, tripped and crashed into a wall. In a bizzare sequence of events, she hit her head and arm and scraped ...
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How Bacteria Hinder Chemotherapy

To the list of reasons that chemotherapy sometimes does not work, we can now add one more: bacteria. In a study just published in Science, researchers describe their findings ...
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Altitude Training For Cancer-Fighting Cells

Mountain climbers and endurance athletes are not the only ones to benefit from altitude training – that is, learning to perform well under low-oxygen conditions. It turns out ...
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