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Testing their system against expert manual analysis of OTC scans, the researchers determined that the automatic diagnostic method was both reliable and accurate.
Even with 250,000 overdose deaths in the past decade, federal restrictions have made treatment for opioid use disorder difficult.
Depressed elderly patients undergoing SAVR or TAVR had a 7.3% higher rate of mortality compared to non-depressed patients.
The new technology allows surgeons to develop customized surgical plans prior to entering the OR. 
An increased duration of lactation was associated with a 25% to 47% relative reduction in diabetes incidence.
Medicaid prior authorization policies could influence whether ADHD treatments follow or diverge from best practices. 
Representatives from NIAID and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital dispel exaggerations on the current flu outbreak.
Participants displayed statistically significant reductions in ADHD symptoms, improvements in executive functioning, and declines in anxiety symptoms.
A rare genetic condition has been linked to the development of both diabetes and insulinomas in a single family.
The device's approval is the first of 2018 for Medtronic, who received agency clearance for 9 devices in last year. 
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