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Why sudden cardiac arrests no longer peak in the morning
New research suggests that the peak time for certain adverse cardiovascular events has changed and suggests possible reasons for this shift.
Drug overdose rates are rising, but can we 'curb the epidemic for good?'
Scientists have conducted in-depth research into drug overdose trends. The findings may help specialists devise strategies to curtail this growing problem.
Your height may predict your risk of varicose veins
A study led by Stanford University scientists examines the genes of nearly 500,000 participants and suggests that height may be a cause of varicose veins.
Alzheimer's burden will double by 2060, warn CDC
The first study to ever predict Alzheimer's prevalence by race and ethnicity estimates that the United States burden of the disease will double by 2060.
Electrical brain stimulation to boost creativity: What are the risks?
Experts review the legal, neuro-ethical, and social consequences of using transcranial electrical stimulation to boost creativity.
How to give an intramuscular injection
Intramuscular injections are for medicines that people must inject into a muscle rather than the bloodstream or fatty tissue. In this article, find out the standard locations for intramuscular injections. We also provide a step-by-step guide on how to give an intramuscular injection at home.
High blood pressure breakthrough: Over 500 genes uncovered
The world's largest genetic study of hypertension finds that the number of genetic loci involved is three times larger than previously thought.
Study overturns what we know about kidney stones
New research uses cutting-edge technology to study kidney stones. The findings change what we know about their nature, composition, and behavior.
Eating fiber can delay brain aging
New research shows that eating fiber releases butyrate, a fatty acid that prevents brain inflammation and improves memory in aging mice.
What to know about Ally's Law
Ally’s Law, or the Restroom Access Act, allows people with certain medical conditions to access a restroom if they have an urgent need to use one. These conditions include types of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), such as Crohn’s disease. Learn more about the history of Ally’s Law, where it applies, and how to use it.
mHealth: What is it, and how can it help us?
The uptake of mobile health has been slow, but why? This Spotlight investigates its pros and cons, as well as what the future might hold for mHealth.
Skin cancer: Common IBD, arthritis drug may raise risk
A new study finds a link between a drug used widely to treat inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, and vasculitis and a common form of skin cancer.
Which airport surfaces carry the most viruses?
New research examines several surfaces in a major airport during the peak flu season. The study reveals which surfaces have the highest number of viruses.
Common painkiller poses risk to heart health
New research suggests that a widely used painkiller raises the risk of major cardiovascular problems such as heart attack and stroke.
Antibiotic resistance: 8,000 new drug combinations are effective
A new study shows that, contrary to general belief in the medical community, a combination of four or more antibiotics can effectively kill bacteria.
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