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A new study in Biological Psychiatry looks at the risk for schizophrenia in twins

Research And JournalsHow much can watching hockey stress your heart?Oct 4, 2017

Spectators experienced significantly elevated heart rates, equivalent to rates with vigorous exercise, while watching hockey games live or on TV, according to a new study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

New study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings shows that statin use was associated with decreased risk of blood infection with Staphylococcus aureus acquired outside of a hospital.

Potential new therapeutic approaches for inflammatory bowel diseases may involve using antifungals with probiotics report scientists in Digestive and Liver Disease.

Science And TechnologyElsevier introduces inventive biomaterials textOct 3, 2017

“Biomaterials: A Systems Approach to Engineering Concepts” and seven other new biomaterials and biomedical engineering books have been published.

Depression and health problems in older adults are linked to willingness to disclose suicide intent, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

For the first time, research identifies consequences of integrated sepsis screening & treatment.

Research And JournalsA new model of treatment for youth with anxietyOct 2, 2017

Research points to a new model of mental health service delivery that can save therapist time and money.

Study debunks conventional wisdom pointing to gender bias in heart surgery

The association was present in both men and women, according to a new study in the journal CHEST®

Novel five-year follow-up study highlights importance of a healthy lifestyle such as coffee drinking and not smoking on health and survival of HIV-infected patients, report investigators in the Journal of Hepatology

Could decreases in temperature cause heart failure and death?

Could herbicides that were sprayed during the Vietnam War still be causing health problems?

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