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Association between persistent antisocial behavior and brain structure
eMediNexus, 20 February 2020
#Neurology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Psychiatry
Individuals who exhibit antisocial behavior over a lifetime have been shown to have a thinner cortex and smaller surface area in key brain regions when compared with their counterparts who ...MORE
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Exposure to Cleaning Products May Harm Infants' Lungs
eMediNexus, 20 February 2020
#Allergy and Immunology #Pediatrics #Pharmacist #Public Health #Pulmonary Medicine
Early exposure to household cleaning products could have adverse effects on young children suggests a Canadian birth cohort study Infants who were more ...MORE
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GI Events Common with Colchicine Treatment
eMediNexus, 19 February 2020
#Internal Medicine #Orthopedics #Pharmacist #Rheumatology
A meta-analysis published online in Arthritis Research amp Therapy has revealed that the most common adverse events AEs associated with colchicine treatment include diarrhea and other gastrointestinal GI ...MORE
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Screen for Cervical Cancer Every 3 Years
eMediNexus, 19 February 2020
#Obstetrics and Gynecology #Oncology #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Radiology
A unique study from New Mexico suggests that screening every 3 years can potentially reduce the rate of cervical cancer The study revealed that 3 years represents a safe interval and that more frequent screening does ...MORE
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No Prenatal Vitamin D Protection for Asthma by Age 6, Suggests Follow-up Study
eMediNexus, 18 February 2020
#Allergy and Immunology #Pediatrics #Pharmacist #Pulmonary Medicine
Prenatal supplementation with high-dose vitamin D was noted to have no impact on asthma and persistent wheezing in 6-year-olds in follow-up of a study that suggested protection at age 3 ...MORE
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Mediterranean diet improves microbiome
eMediNexus, 18 February 2020
#Diabetes and Endocrinology #Gastroenterology
A new study published in the BMJ journal Gut suggested that eating Mediterranean diet for just one year altered the microbiome of elderly people in ways that improved brain functi ...MORE
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