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Evidence from a randomized clinical trial shows parent-based treatment is as efficacious as cognitive-behavioral therapy in treating childhood and adolescent anxiety disorders

Researchers have developed an AI algorithm capable of diagnosing 134 skin disorders and supporting specialists by augmenting the accuracy of diagnoses and predicting treatment options, reports the Journal of Investigative Dermatology

One part of the brain seems to contribute to symptoms, while another part seems to be protective from genetic risk

Recent concerns that common antihypertensive drugs may have a negative effect in COVID-19 patients are not supported by the evidence, report scientists in a new review published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings

New resource allows clinical researchers to capture clinical trial data in a secure environment, accelerating research and ultimately improving outcomes for patients

In a commentary in The American Journal of Medicine noted public health experts say appropriate concerns – not fear – should play a major role in the emerging pandemic, and political leaders should empower public health officials to drive the response

Investigators have identified novel group A streptococcus surface proteins contributing to female reproductive tract infection that may help develop vaccines for preventing diseases such as childbed fever, reports The American Journal of Pathology

New updated Wilderness Medical Society guidelines on management of exercise-related hyponatremia published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine highlight the importance of avoiding overhydration

Potential for unintended temporary programming and arrhythmic complications when an electronic cigarette is placed in close proximity to an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator or pacemaker reported in HeartRhythm Case Reports

Accidents involving drivers testing below legal blood alcohol concentration limits are more likely to cause harm to others than drivers with levels at or above the limit, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, however, stronger alcohol control policies were protective against alcohol involvement in motor vehicle crashes, even at low levels

New cloud-based platform helps advance studies on research metrics and the impact of research

However significantly earlier onset of vulvovaginal malignancies in IBD patients, compared with the general population, is reported by researchers in Digestive and Liver Disease

Using machine-learning technology and data analytics, Authess measures learners’ job readiness, not just test readiness