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Extreme Preterm Infant Death or Disease May Be Predicted by Biomarker

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Tests of cells collected from the umbilical cord blood vessel walls at birth can predict death or poor pulmonary outcomes in extremely preterm infants, say researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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Improving Health Care for Mother and Child, Doing Fewer Caesareans and … Saving Money!

A training program to improve obstetrical management reduced the number of medically unjustified caesareans and generated significant savings for the healthcare system in Quebec (Canada), in addition to improving the quality of healthcare provided to mothers and babies.

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Erectile Dysfunction Medicines Do Not Cause Melanoma, Analysis of Large Studies Finds

Use of the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra does not cause the development of melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.

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100-Year-Old Fertility Technique Reduces Need for IVF

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Infertile couples have a major opportunity to achieve a successful pregnancy without the need for IVF, thanks to new research into a 100-year-old medical technique.

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Wild Orangutan Teeth Provide Insight Into Human Breast-Feeding Evolution

Biomarkers in the teeth of wild orangutans indicate nursing patterns related to food fluctuations in their habitats, which can help guide understanding of breast-feeding evolution in humans, according to a study published today in Science Advances.

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New Imaging Technique Aims to Ensure Surgeons Completely Remove Cancer

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A new technology generates cellular images detailed enough to distinguish cancerous from normal tissue. Researchers are working on speeding up the technology so it can be used during surgery, allowing surgeons to know if they have removed all the cancer while they still have time to take out more.

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Breast Cancer Treatment Costs Higher for Younger Women

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Younger women may face higher costs for breast cancer care than older patients at least in part because they're diagnosed when tumors are more advanced and require more aggressive treatment, a recent U.S. study suggests.

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Social Contagion in the Exam Room: Peer Influence and Cancer Surgeons’ Use of Breast MRI

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A new study by researchers at Yale School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has found that surgeons’ use of a new imaging test is influenced by the practice style of their peers.

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Tips For Your Teen's First OB/GYN Visit

Tips for your daughter's first OB/GYN visit from Dr. Julie Jacobstein, a board-certified adolescent gynecologist with LifeBridge Health.







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