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HIV Hides in Brain, Kidney Tissues Even When Undetectable in Blood
“Our results suggest that HIV in varied tissue compartments can be untouched by the medications,” said Michael S. McGrath, MD, PhD.
Swiss researchers have reported positive early returns from a treatment that involves growing knee cartilage from extracted nasal cartilage. Whether patients will be doing yoga anytime soon remains to be seen.
Childhood symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) persist into adulthood in as many as 60 percent of patients, according to findings published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
The new study joins previous works that have found a significant connection between ablation and improved outcomes in atrial fibrillation patients.
Investigators studied mice that had been engineered so that the insulin signaling pathways in their livers were always fully activated. According to the dominant understanding of glucose production, this should have made it impossible for those mice to produce glucose in their livers.
Socioeconomic status is associated with stroke prevalence, and can be mapped by neighborhood. These geographic patterns could be useful in designing interventions for people at risk of stroke.
Keeping patients coming back after they start hepatitis treatment requires interventions sometimes--but there are many low-tech tactics that work.
Although there are difference in how and to whom oral anticoagulants (OACs) are prescribed, UK researchers have found that those taking apixaban seem to have higher persistence rates.
Large-scale educational programs can effectively change behaviors that can lead to stroke, an Australian effort showed.

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