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New study reports that cognitive decline is not due to the Alzheimer’s hallmark

Study indicates that EPA and DHA supplementation reduces multiple types of cardiovascular risk, according to Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Brain activity signals show who may benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy

Reasons for the delay in family planning include fears their migraine may get worse during pregnancy, may make their pregnancy more difficult, or cause harm to their child, finds a new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Weaker gun laws in neighboring states appear to increase gun deaths in adjoining states, and strong gun laws may be negated by more permissive laws among neighboring states, according to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

The widely used and well-tolerated drug commonly used to treat Parkinson’s disease may help significantly reduce the need for more costly, more invasive treatments, report investigators in The American Journal of Medicine

The avoidance of upsetting emotions and difficulty regulating one’s behavior identified as key differences between girls who self-harm and those who did not

Unravelling number enigmas on ancient Crete

New technology can decrease healthcare costs, allowing a majority of mothers and infants to have access to a microscopic placenta examination, according to a report in The American Journal of Pathology

News brief #3 - How effective does a COVID-19 vaccine need to be to stop the pandemic? This question plus coronavirus-related discrimination, population vulnerability, anxiety, and depression are explored in recent articles in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Research in the Journal of Dairy Science® examines generational effects of crossbreeding

Since the early 2000s, alcoholic liver disease deaths among non-Hispanic whites, particularly women, have increased more rapidly than rates among other ethnic groups, reports a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Researchers in Biological Psychiatry report differences in the autistic brain are seen at the earliest stage of development

This new study found that ideal cardiovascular health, indicative of a healthy lifestyle, was associated with lower odds for developing ocular diseases, particularly diabetic retinopathy, reports The American Journal of Medicine

Novel study finds that levels of the neuroprotein sortilin are higher in pancreatic cancer cells than in normal pancreatic cells and sortilin may be a target for treatment, reports The American Journal of Pathology