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January 30th 2023
The specific mechanisms involved in associations between air pollution and respiratory illness without viral infection are not understood, especially compared with those of respiratory viruses and asthma exacerbation.
January 29th 2023
January 24th 2023
With public health efforts and therapeutic advancements the prognosis for this rare condition has progressed, but longer life expectancy has highlighted a multitude of areas that need attention in this population.
Sleep and epilepsy have been described as "unfortunate bedfellows" due to the complex relationship, and yet caretakers report a lack of support managing these issues commonly experienced by children.
E-cigarettes are marketed as an alternative to tobacco, though discussion within the research community emphasizes the inconsistencies in evidence regarding health and addiction among users.
New data show patients who receive referred specialist care from a physician who went to medical school or other certification programs with their primary provider report better survey scores.
Sleep expert Dr. Sara Mednick says one of the major goals to improve sleep health isn't simply for health benefits, but because it's essential to repair the daily buildup of toxins that accumulate during each wake period.
"There's no national guidance on how this information should be delivered back to families, which leaves it up to each state's newborn screening program to decide the best route that they see fit," Dr. Corinna Schultz explains.
Updated findings from the ongoing clinical trial investigating lovo-cel in sickle cell disease and persistent anemia allude to the possibility that a contributing factor of anemia was identified.