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The CDC finds that substantial numbers of persons unaware of their HIV infection report missed opportunities for earlier diagnosis.
Three-quarters of patients who discontinue antipsychotic treatment experience relapse within 12-18 months. However, there are no current clinical guidelines describing treatment continuation or discontinuation beyond 1-2 years.
A single session with a therapist significantly reduced depression for up to 3 months and dating violence perpetration for up to 12 months. The computer-based intervention reduced both for 6 months.
Preliminary results from part 2 of the trial in patients with are expected in the second half of 2019.
The newly-revealed structure of the neurotransmitter GABAA, a γ-aminobutyric acid, opens new possibilities for drugs to treat epilepsy, anxiety, and insomnia.
Abbott’s updated MitraClip is a catheter-bases system that provides an alternative to open heart surgery for repairing mitral regurgitation.
A few months after performing a first-of-its-kind procedure in the US, members of the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute surgical team explore what led to the surgical success.
The Cleveland Clinic’s pioneer of minority programs plans to end health disparity.
Analysis of data from the Danish Birth Registry showed that tonsillectomies were associated with nearly triple relative risk of disease of the respiratory tract.
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Frank Trudo, MD, MBA, was recently appointed as VP, US Respiratory, Medical Affairs, at AstraZeneca.
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