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Using Imaging, Artificial Intelligence and Genetics to Predict Drug Effectiveness in Personalized Medicine for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Using Imaging, Artificial Intelligence and Genetics to Predict Drug Effectiveness in Personalized Medicine for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease
Doctors are working towards delivering personalized medicine, an approach in which doctors tailor therapy according to each patient's unique physiology. Personalized medicine is working well in many fields of medicine, including oncology cancer care and cardiology. The approach is not as widely used in other fields, such as neurology. Now scientist...
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Everything You Need to Know about Rotator Cuff Injuries

Everything You Need to Know about Rotator Cuff Injuries
A rotator cuff injury can make life miserable. This shoulder injury can interfere with nearly every aspect of your life. Simply raising your arm to comb your hair, put on a shirt, perform certain aspects of your job, take care of your family or play your favorite sport can cause terrible shoulder pain.Rotator cuff injuries prevent millions of peopl...
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Women with Dense Breast Tissue have Higher Breast Cancer Rate, Says the Authors of a New Study

Women with Dense Breast Tissue have Higher Breast Cancer Rate, Says the Authors of a New Study
Doctors typically recommend breast cancer screenings and other types of health screenings based on a patient's risk for specific diseases. Certain factors, such as age, genetics, early menstrual periods, late or no pregnancy, late menopause, obesity and a sedentary lifestyle can increase a woman's risk of breast cancer, according to the Centers for...
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New MRI Procedure Could Help Doctors Understand Association between Fluid Flow and Brain Tumors

New MRI Procedure Could Help Doctors Understand Association between Fluid Flow and Brain Tumors
Advances in imaging technology are helping scientists and doctors see how diseases affect the human body. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) produces detailed pictures of a patient's organs, soft tissues, bones and other structures, for example. The ability to see what is going on inside of a patient without performing surgery allows researchers to g...
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Many Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer Can Safely Skip Chemo

Many Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer Can Safely Skip Chemo
Chemotherapy has saved millions of lives since doctors started administering it as a treatment for cancer. "Chemo" is still an important treatment for many types of cancer, but the effects of chemotherapy can be very uncomfortable. Now the results of a new study suggest that some women with early-stage breast cancer can safely skip chemotherapy and...
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Brain Imaging Provides a Glimpse into Alzheimer’s Disease

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June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month and Longest Day, an event held by the Alzheimer's Association. The purpose of the event is to increase public awareness of Alzheimer's disease, available resources, and information on how people can get involved. The Longest Day takes place from sunrise to sunset on June 21, 2018. Participants engage in...
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Researchers Support the Use of Imaging to Precisely Diagnose and Treat Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

Researchers Support the Use of Imaging to Precisely Diagnose and Treat Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) MRI of brain injury
A violent jolt or blow to the head can cause a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a condition that can cause temporary or lasting damage to the brain. TBIs can even cause changes to the tiny blood vessels in the brain. Now researchers think that these changes to the brain's blood vessels are linked to a number of cognitive symptoms, according to a new s...
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What are Kidney Stones? And Why do They Hurt So Much?

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"This too, shall pass" is usually a comforting sentiment, except when it comes to kidney stones. Some describe the pain of passing kidney stones as being as bad as childbirth; others say it is like trying to eat and digest a running chainsaw.So what exactly are kidney stones and why are they so painful to pass?First, a Little Information about Your...
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