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Tumors disappear in all participants in the small cancer drug trial

Tumors disappear in all participants in the small cancer drug trial

Colorectal cancer, or bowel cancer, is the third most common type of cancer in the world. The third most common in men and the second most common in women. Now, a small trial of a rectal cancer drug, conducted in the United States, has shown very promising results: the disappearance of tumors was detected in …

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The Impact of Head Injuries in Children – The Hippocrat Post

A new study shows that head injuries in children are linked to reduced brain volume and learning difficulties: Traumatic brain injury may lead to reduced brain volume in some children and teens, which could be linked to cognitive problems. People who receive a serious blow to the head can develop a brain injury that leads …

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Abnormal cardiac metabolism associated with future sudden cardiac death: a study

Abnormal cardiac metabolism associated with future sudden cardiac death: a study

According to a small but rigorous study led by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers, adults with abnormal heart metabolism are up to three times more likely to experience arrhythmias (irregular heart rhythm), and MRI techniques can be used to detect the condition. . and prediction of future sudden cardiac death (SCD). “We believe this is the …

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Study: Medical complaints after 3 vs 2 doses SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination. Image Credit: MattLphotography / Shutterstock

Comparison of complaints after the second and third doses of the COVID mRNA vaccine

In a recent article published on medRxiv* Prepress server and investigators in Norway and Sweden compared medical complaints after infection with SARS-CoV-2 (SARS-CoV-2) after a second and third dose of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. Study: Medical complaints after 3 versus 2 doses of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine. Image Credit: MattLphotography / Shutterstock background After the mild coronavirus disease …

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Study: Covid-19 vaccination and menstrual cycle length in the Apple Women

Do COVID vaccines affect the menstrual cycle?

In a recent study published in medRxiv* Preprint server Researchers in the United States estimated the relationship between the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine and menstrual length in a large group of participants across the United States. They focused their assessments on menstrual fluctuations due to the type of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine and the timing of its …

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Study: Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based Chatbots in Promoting Health Behavioral Changes: A Systematic Review. Image Credit: TippaPatt / Shutterstock.com

Can smart chatbots promote healthy lifestyle changes?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbots are able to simulate human interactions with the help of verbal, written or verbal communication with the user. AI chatbots can provide important health-related information and services, eventually leading to promising interventions facilitated by technology. Stady: Artificial intelligence-based chatbots in promoting healthy behavioral changes: a systematic review. Image Credit: TippaPatt / …

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Dr. Kieran Moore says monkeypox cases in Ontario are "not escalating rapidly" as the vaccine strategy appears to be working.

Dr. Kieran Moore says monkeypox cases in Ontario are “not escalating rapidly” as the vaccine strategy appears to be working.

The province’s chief medical officer said Ontario is not seeing rapid growth in monkeypox cases and its vaccination strategy appears to be working well. Medical Director of Health Dr. Kieran Moore said monkeypox is likely to be around for “several months” given the long incubation period of up to 21 days, but Ontario is not …

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Optimal sequencing and patient selection for Radom 223, a nuclear medicine perspective – Philip Coe

Read the full text of the video Alicia Morgans: Hi, I am so excited to be at ASCO 2022, speaking with Dr. Phil Koe. Thank you very much for being here for you. Philip Coe: it is my pleasure. Alicia Morgans: So I wanted to talk to you a little bit about radium 223, which …

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Socioeconomic stress in childhood may be linked to obesity later in life

Socioeconomic stress in childhood may be linked to obesity later in life

New psychology research challenges the idea that fast food ads are behind the rising rates of obesity. Adults who grew up in a low socioeconomic environment may be more inclined to crave food even when they’re not hungry, according to a new University of Alberta study that suggests stressful childhood environments are a precursor to …

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