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Whole-exome sequencing successfully diagnosed genetic cause of liver disease in one in four adults and could play a key role in timely diagnosis and treatment of adults with liver disease of unknown origin, report scientists in the Journal of Hepatology

A new, improved diagnostic classification technique enables stratification of pediatric patients with irritable bowel syndrome with greater precision so they can receive optimal treatment, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

New research published in Heliyon identifies distinct opinion patterns on positional issues among Canadian voters that suggest a micro-targeting marketing strategy would be effective

Goal-setting and self-monitoring tools successfully used by some expectant mothers, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Obstructive sleep apnea and short sleep duration have distinct clinical impacts. Clinicians should avoid a “one-size-fits-all” approach through proper diagnosis to prevent and treat sleep disorders, according to a new study in the journal CHEST®

Strong adoptive parent–child bonds after institutional care promote children’s mental health later in life by influencing brain development

In utero exposure to nicotine has postnatal effects on the development of the heart and its response to adrenalin and may contribute to an explanation of why some babies do not wake up during sleep apnea, according to an important new study published in HeartRhythm

Scientists propose revising the guidelines to take data from sub-Saharan Africa into account, reports the Journal of Hepatology

Musical training improves the ability to tune out distractions, and the more training, the better the control, reports research published in Heliyon

The effect of advanced paternal age on offspring risk is not explained by parental predisposition for schizophrenia, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry

Research shows survival benefit for patients treated within a year of diagnosis

Medicare buy-in option for individuals younger than 65 could improve health outcomes without imposing a controversial mandate or increasing government costs, proposed in The American Journal of Medicine

Large Japanese study of sex-based disparities in treating out-of-hospital cardiac arrest found that women under 65 were less likely to receive bystander CPR in public locations than men, report scientists in Mayo Clinic Proceedings

A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging investigates the relationship between involvement in sports, brain development, and depression in children