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Decline in heart disease death rate slowed from 2011 to 2019

From 2000 to 2011, the age-adjusted heart disease death rate in the United States decreased 3.7 percent per year; however, the decline slowed to 0.7 percent per year during 2011

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Quinn on Nutrition: Holiday nourishment

I am not making this up. The day after I submitted my last column in which I admitted my penchant for peppermint during the holidays, I received a package from

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Getting childhood obesity initiatives across the finish line

Medical University of South Carolina researchers describe the development of a school-based wellness initiative for combating childhood obesity by the MUSC Boeing Center for Children’s Wellness (BCCW) in the November

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Study shows preterm birth risk most strongly linked to pre-eclampsia

Women who gave birth to a premature baby after developing pre-eclampsia were 17 times more likely to experience another preterm birth if pre-eclampsia emerged again, new Curtin University research has

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Potentially serious side effect seen in patient after immunotherapy

Mount Sinai scientists have become the first to report a potentially serious side effect related to a new form of immunotherapy known as CAR-T cell therapy, which was recently approved

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Scientists identify malfunctioning brain cells as potential target for Alzheimer’s treatment

For the first time, scientists have identified a rare population of potentially toxic senescent cells in human brains that can serve as a target for a new Alzheimer’s disease treatment.

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Altered brain structural connectivity and association with neurological soft signs

Schizophrenia is a highly inheritable brain disorder. Previous studies have proved that neurological soft signs (NSS) are strongly associated with the cortical-subcortical-cerebellum circuit, the main source responsible for the clinical

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