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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

A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine demonstrates the ACA’s positive impact on healthcare affordability and access, especially for women in low- and middle-income groups

Large-scale study confirms antiviral therapy should be systematically offered to hepatitis B- and C-infected kidney transplant recipients, reported in the Journal of Hepatology

New mouse model shows enhancing lymph vessel formation via VEGF-D stimulation in obese adipose tissue has beneficial anti-inflammatory and metabolic effects, according to a new study in The American Journal of Pathology

Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation (TNS), a non-medication therapy administered during sleep, shown to be effective and safe in treating children with ADHD

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Half the recommended dose of acetazolamide is virtually as effective in preventing debilitating symptoms that frequently afflict trekkers and climbers, according to a new study published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine

Research And JournalsEating healthy on a limited budget is possibleMar 6, 2019

Meal planning and store selection key to serving healthy meals to a family of four, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

CDC and FDA investigators identified medications with the highest numbers of ED visits for harms following nonmedical use of medications to target patients at greatest risk and guide prevention efforts, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Now that people infected with HIV are living longer due to effective therapies, it is imperative to understand why their risks from cardiovascular disease are about 50 percent higher than the general population, according to the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Research And JournalsMenstrual cycle phase influences cocaine cravingMar 1, 2019

Addicted female rats have stronger craving for cocaine during estrus than non-estrus, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry

Two DBS sites equally reduced OCD symptoms but improved distinct symptoms, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry