New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 178
1 month ago - By Mark's Daily Apple
Research of the Week
Super high HDL levels linked to cardiac events in people with heart disease.
Regulating “eating cues” can help people lose weight .
Alcohol-related deaths are way up .
Just a small amount of physical activity lowers depression risk .
Nature always works .
Ketones may fight colorectal cancer .
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Environmental toxins and obesity .
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The headlines of Master Doctor
This Wild 'The Boys' Fan Theory Suggests Who Homelander's Parents Are
Implementation of an Automated Sepsis Screening Tool in a Children's...
To determine the effect of the implementation of an automated sepsis screening tool on the median cost for affected patient encounters.
Impact of Management Strategy on Feeding and Somatic Growth in Neonates with...
To evaluate early growth following primary or staged repair of neonatal symptomatic tetralogy of Fallot .
Changes in spina bifida lesion level after folic acid fortification in the...
To assess whether the severity of cases of spina bifida changed after mandatory folic acid fortification in the United States.
What are Potential Problems with Placental Abnormalities?
Patient Presentation A 2-week-old male came to clinic for his health supervision visit. He was a 36 week gestation infant born by planned cesarean section to a 32 year old, G2...
The prevalence of long-COVID in children and adolescents
A recent study published in the Scientific Reports journal assessed the incidence of long-coronavirus disease among adolescents and children.
Perth dad pushes for tougher e-scooter laws
A Perth father has sounded the alarm on e-scooters and is pushing for tougher laws after his daughter was knocked to the ground by a rider.
Genetic screening results just got harder to handle under new abortion rules
Ann was 15 weeks pregnant with her fourth child when the results of her prenatal genetic test came back last August.
EULAR: Telehealth useful for disease monitoring; barriers to access exist
Although telehealth can be useful in treating patients with rheumatic diseases, diagnoses should be established in face-to-face visits, according to new EULAR points to...
Persistent fatigue post-COVID-19 in pregnant women
Researchers determine the factors and time duration associated with fatigue for pregnant women who had positive SARS-CoV-2 serology during delivery.