Researchers identify genes linked with survival in children with biliary atresia

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Scientists at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center have identified an expression pattern of 14 genes at the time of diagnosis that predicts two year, transplant-free...
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These Insane Bananas Taste Just Like Ice Cream

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San Francisco May Ban Sales of E-Cigarettes

San Francisco May Ban Sales of E-Cigarettes

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The goal is to reduce youth use of e-cigarettes until the Food and Drug Administration completes a review of the effects of e-cigarettes on public health, the Associated...
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CARMELINA: Linagliptin Safe in Diabetes Across Age, Renal Groups

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Linagliptin demonstrated "reassuring" cardiovascular and renal safety in patients with type 2 diabetes, even among those who were older or had severe chronic kidney disease...
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Novel Drug Targets Lymphoma Cells' 'Don't Eat Me' Signal

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The first-in-class agent Hu5F9 is a macrophage immune checkpoint inhibitor and, when added onto rituximab, shows potentially long-lasting efficacy in patients with relapsed and...
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MABs Successfully Treat Immunotherapy-Related Myocarditis

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Alemtuzumab and abatacept were both successfully used in patients with steroid-refractory myocarditis that developed during treatment with immune checkpoint...
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Central serous chorioretinopathy patient treated with Lutronic's R:GEN laser in Korea

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Lutronic Vision's R:GEN retina treatment laser has been used to treat the first patient with central serous chorioretinopathy at Seoul National University Hospital, the company...
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Men who eat yogurt twice a week are less likely to develop bowel cancer

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Eating two or more servings of yogurt per week can reduce the risk of men developing pre-cancerous growths that can lead to bowel cancer.
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New Guidelines Carve Path for Probiotics in Gastroenterology

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The American Gastroenterological Association is, for the first time, backing live biotherapeutics for three indications, even though evidence is scant, while research momentum...
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How arousal impacts physiological synchrony in relationships

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A team of researchers has examined what type of social interaction is required for people to display physiological synchrony - mutual changes in autonomic nervous system...
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