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1 Salt could be a key factor in allergic immune reactions
2 Bat influenza viruses could infect humans
3 How does a vasectomy work and can it be reversed?
4 Antibody therapy training phagocytes to destroy tumors now tested on patients
5 For adult scoliosis, surgery, other treatments are viable options
6 Improved food health standards linked to fewer cases of childhood gastroenteritis
7 Finding the right exercise, diet aids for HIV patients
8 T-cell specificity found to play a role in attacks on myelin versus [beta]-synuclein in MS
9 Electric bikes could provide old people with brain boost
10 Researchers demonstrate the efficiency of producing stem cells from the tissues of the umbilical cord
11 Finding the elusive drinking 'brake'
12 Are all cancer cells the same?
13 Don't have time to exercise? Here's a regime everyone can squeeze in
14 Unraveling mysteries in the blood
15 Managers who listen boost staff creativity, study says
16 As pharmaceutical use continues to rise, side effects are becoming a costly health issue
17 A new neuro-inspired system for pattern detection
18 Video games could help uncover your hidden talents--and make you happier
19 To manage your anger better, learn the difference between frustration and irritation.
20 Researchers develop new compound that offers superior therapeutic approach to treat multiple sclerosis
21 Drug prices based on success could speed up cancer patients' treatment
22 Promising new drug for treatment-resistant depression--esketamine
23 Smoking cessation may reduce risk of rheumatoid arthritis
24 Artificial intelligence can identify trauma patients who misuse alcohol
25 Consuming garlic and onions may lower colorectal cancer risk
26 Silver linings come from partner support, research says
27 People with osteoporosis should avoid spinal poses in yoga, study says
28 Prenatal exposure to plastics linked to motor skill deficiencies at age 11
29 Tools to help seriously ill patients near death make decisions about their care aren't commonly used in routine practice
30 Measles epidemic in Madagascar kills more than 900, says WHO
31 Did you get it? I can see it in your eyes
32 Complex medication regimens are common and sometimes dangerous in patients with lung disease
33 Firearm homicide rate higher in US counties with greater income inequality
34 New Kaiser Permanente medical school plans to waive tuition
35 Being overweight in adolescence may increase kidney cancer risk later in life
36 Health burden of glaucoma has risen worldwide
37 Unnecessary testing for UTIs cut by nearly half
38 Free patient case management tool accurately measures physicians' diagnostic abilities
39 Social connectedness may help victims of cyberbullying
40 Smart steps for stronger calves
41 Morning exercise linked to BP reduction in sedentary seniors
42 A missing gene makes a big difference in patients' recovery from mild stroke
43 Cellular sickness linked to type 1 diabetes onset
44 Research shows for the first time how we use others' viewpoints to make decisions
45 Fast food versus fast casual--which has more calories?
46 Could saffron be as effective as stimulant medicines in treating ADHD?
47 Hesperos' multi-organ 'human-on-a-chip' found effective for long-term toxicology testing
48 Researchers discover how blood vessels protect the brain during inflammation
49 Women with more social support are less likely to die, new study finds
50 Study links unhealthy diet to mental illness in California adults
51 First cellular atlas of the primate retina offers valuable foundation for future research
52 How to treat depression in prison--and why it matters
53 Report offers evidence-based recommendations aimed at reducing Illinois gun violence
54 PET scans show biomarkers could spare some breast cancer patients from chemotherapy
55 Scientists discover new type of immune cells that are essential for forming heart valves
56 Scientists uncover how high-fat diet drives colorectal cancer growth
57 GI neuroimmune disruption contributes to Gulf War Illness
58 Study looks at seasonal and geographic trends in syphilis
59 Study links diabetes and back pain
60 Height gap with parents, not genetics, determines onset of puberty
61 Price transparency helps Arizona health system achieve financial turnaround
62 Smartphones help researchers better understand the nature of depression and anxiety
63 Panicked Hawaiians swarmed social media during nuke attack false alarm
64 FDA aims to strengthen sunscreen rules
65 Studies promising for sensory feedback for hand prostheses
66 https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-02-brain-condition-cte-hs-football.html
67 Up-and-coming Texas singer lucky to be alive and still singing the blues
68 Three years into soda tax, sugary drink consumption down more than 50 percent in Berkeley
69 ACA's pre-existing condition and age clauses had immediate impact on people with diabetes
70 Researchers explore what tumor cells and a healthy retina have in common
71 Evidence-based care may improve outcomes for patients with acute kidney injury
72 Troubling extent of trauma and PTSD in British young people revealed
73 Raging bull: smashing away anger at Indonesia's 'Temper Clinic'
74 Experts warn of a surge in vector-borne diseases as humanitarian crisis in Venezuela worsens
75 Correct antibiotic dosing could preserve lung microbial diversity in cystic fibrosis
76 New MRI sensor can image activity deep within the brain
77 France sees no health reason for Nutella output stop
78 Treatment to a T? Taking a 'BiTE' out of lung cancer
79 Why a blow to the chest can kill or save you
80 Researchers map early visual processing between the retina and the brain
81 Phantom limb sensation explained
82 Researchers discover potential attack strategy for aggressive breast cancer
83 Vanderbilt collaboration yields promising compound to treat arrhythmia
84 Genetic study seeks to prevent foodborne infection caused by Salmonella
85 How diabetes causes muscle loss
86 Health policy analysts call for more stringent rules for AI medical applications
87 Varicose veins unlikely to develop into blood clots
88 How childhood infections and antibiotics may increase risks of mental illness
89 The ethical argument to reducing legal blood alcohol concentration level
90 Do you need to wear sunscreen while skiing or snowboarding?
91 Go nuts over nuts
92 U.S. agencies probing Johnson & Johnson over asbestos in talc
93 What's the right age to test for osteoporosis?
94 Fewer U.S. doctors are facing burnout
95 New World Health Organization strategy aims to halve the global impact of snakebite
96 Stopping inflammation from becoming chronic
97 Why asbestos litigation won't go away: Because asbestos won't go away
98 Scientist identifies gene responsible for spread of prostate cancer
99 Smartphone gambling encourages 'fruitless' bets
100 Taming the 'hunger nerve'
101 Scientists discover a hidden cause of encephalitis
102 Polymer valves refined by computer simulations aim to reduce costs, improve minimally-invasive procedures
103 Nonconsensual porn is a growing threat among young adults, researchers find
104 New algorithm boosts accuracy, speed of lung tumour identification
105 Fungus from the intestinal mucosa can affect lung health
106 New report encourages evidence-based treatment of challenging behaviours
107 Weight stigmatization by medical professionals is preventable, researcher says
108 3 tips: How to teach children to watch commercials more closely
109 Researchers report successful measurement of vitamin D in human hair
110 A 'joint' problem: Investigating marijuana and tobacco co-use
111 Researchers examine patterns of prescription opioid misuse and other substance use
112 US opioid deaths jump fourfold in 20 years; epidemic shifts to Eastern states
113 Doctor-affiliated PACs fund political candidates who oppose firearm safety policies
114 Clinical trial: Prenatal DHA prevents blood-pressure increase from obesity during childhood
115 Virtual reality a promising tool for reducing fears and phobia in autism
116 Study links Celebrex, heart valve calcification after earlier research declared drug safe
117 Older biologic age linked to elevated breast cancer risk
118 Physician well-being improving, but burnout risk remains
119 Study: HIV infections in US could be reduced by up to 67 percent by 2030
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