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Racial and ethnic disparities discovered in post-operative breast cancer surgery outcomes

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women and surgery is a primary treatment for these women. Among women receiving surgery, up to 13% will have a

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Monitoring burn ICU patients requires alarm adjustments

The combination of injured skin, specialized medical care and the need to continuously monitor critically ill patients with burn injuries can make alarm management a significant challenge for burn units.

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Social determinants recorded in only 0.2% of mental health contact cases

The environmental and social circumstances of individuals using mental health services in a North West city region– including those diagnosed with “post-traumatic stress disorder”—were recorded in only 0.2% of cases,

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Fasting may have become a health fad, but religious communities have been doing it for millennia

The practice of fasting has entered popular culture in recent years as a way to lose extra pounds. Featured in the bestselling book “The Fast Diet,” it advocates eating normally

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Aboriginal people near the Ranger uranium mine suffered more stillbirths and cancer. We don’t know why

The Ranger uranium mine, surrounded by Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, operated for 40 years until it closed in 2021. During this time, Aboriginal people in the region

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3D ‘heat map’ shows how seizures spread in the brains of patients with epilepsy

For 29 years, from the time she was 12, Rashetta Higgins had been wracked by epileptic seizures—as many as 10 a week—in her sleep, at school and at work. She

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Internet CBT for depression reviewed and analyzed

Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for depression is often just as effective as traditional CBT. This is clear from an international study involving scientists at the University of Gothenburg. However,

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