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Differences found in how doctors, caregivers and patients report side effects of cancer therapy

A recent study reveals differences in how symptom toxicity is reported for children receiving cancer treatment in clinical trials. Doctors often underestimate or miss a child’s symptoms, while caregivers tend

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Heavy smoking and smoke inhalation may worsen impact of heart attacks

The risk of death or poor prognosis after a heart attack is more than 20-fold higher in smokers with exhaled carbon monoxide levels above 13 ppm, indicating heavy smoking and

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Keeping balance inside and outside the small intestine

In the normal small intestine, the levels of SFB and Th17 cells are both maintained as they counterbalance each other. Th17 cells release IL-17 to limit unwanted expansion of SFB,

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New multiple sclerosis treatment shows promise in trial

An experimental antibody therapy for multiple sclerosis can cut symptom flare-ups by half, versus a standard treatment, a new clinical trial has found. The drug, called ublituximab, beat a standard

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When can we be bothered to help others? Scientists pinpoint brain region responsible for this behavior

An area of the brain specifically involved in putting in effort to help others out has been pinpointed by scientists at the University of Birmingham and University of Oxford. The

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Patient version of guidelines to prevent heart disease launched

The first patient version of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Guidelines on cardiovascular disease prevention are unveiled today at ESC Congress 2022. The document is based on the longer

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Google will label facilities in Search and Maps that provide abortions

Google will start labeling facilities in search and Maps that provide specific services, including abortions. For example, if Google has confirmed a health care facility provides abortions, results available through

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