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Twitter data unveils issues nursing mothers face, informs proposed interventions

Social media has become a platform for new mothers to openly share their experiences of the joys and challenges of parenthood. Researchers at Penn State and Dalhousie University have unraveled

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Greater effectiveness in the treatment of arrhythmia with radio frequency energy and catheterization

An article published in International Journal of Hyperthermia proposes a more effective protocol for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias when applying radiofrequency energy at the site of the arrhythmia by

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Researchers speed identification of DNA regions that regulate gene expression

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientists have developed an integrated, high-throughput system to better understand and possibly manipulate gene expression for treatment of disorders such as sickle cell disease and

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In a cell-eat-cell world calcium ions activate ‘eat-me’ signal in necrotic cells

Just as people keep their houses clean and clutter under control, a crew of cells in the body is in charge of clearing the waste the body generates, including dying

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By age 10, retinoblastoma patients’ learning and life skills rebound

Retinoblastoma starts in the retina, the thin membrane at the back of the eye. Most patients are infants or toddlers when their cancer is found. Without treatment, the cancer spreads.

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Orlando Health surgeons use 3D-printed fetus models to prepare for in-utero procedure

A state-of-the-art in-utero procedure allows surgeons to correct a birth defect on developing babies inside the womb. But operating on a mother and her unborn child at the same time

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Mayo Clinic Minute: Lifestyle changes to manage menopause symptoms

The average healthy woman begins menopause at 51, though some women will begin in their 40s or in their late 50s. It’s a natural biological process that marks the time

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