Researchers at Huazhong University of Science and Technology report that people who became obese between the ages of 25 and 47 were at a 22% increased risk of premature death from any cause and a 49% increased risk of dying from heart disease.
Lack of physician training about eating disorders leading to avoidable deaths
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Federal proposals to block Medicaid funding would affect community health centers
Leading children's hospitals to use multi-year federal grant to scale up genomics research collaboration
Signaling defects could cause congenital heart condition
Weight gain between 20 and 40 years of age linked to early death
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In this interview, Neil Benn talks to News-Medical about their range of 2d barcode scanners that are making sample management digital in the laboratory.
Ophthalmology, a highly dynamic space in vision loss and age-related eye diseases with approximately 1.3 billion people living with vision impairment.
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In this interview, Cedric Uytingco discusses the key benefits of being able to visualize gene expression patterns in neurological samples.
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