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Radiation therapy reduces episodes of deadly rapid heart rhythm

Radiation therapy reduces episodes of deadly rapid heart rhythm

Too much vitamin D may reduce bone density, say scientists

Too much vitamin D may reduce bone density, say scientists

Too much Vitamin D could be harmful to bones

Too much Vitamin D could be harmful to bones

New ESC guidelines for diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism published

New ESC guidelines for diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism published

Global air pollution linked to increased emphysema cases

Global air pollution linked to increased emphysema cases

Scientists 3D print full-scale functioning heart components for the first time

Scientists 3D print full-scale functioning heart components for the first time

Study finds worrisome increase in medical imaging during pregnancy

Study finds worrisome increase in medical imaging during pregnancy

Early neuroimaging essential for Zika-exposed infants

Early neuroimaging essential for Zika-exposed infants

Lymph node response to treatment can predict survival in patients with esophageal cancer

Lymph node response to treatment can predict survival in patients with esophageal cancer

New medical imaging device could help cut time and cost of procedures

New medical imaging device could help cut time and cost of procedures

Microrobots could soon provide targeted drug delivery

Microrobots could soon provide targeted drug delivery

Using laser-activated microrobots to deliver drug therapy

Using laser-activated microrobots to deliver drug therapy

Johns Hopkins designs criteria for diagnostic imaging tests

Johns Hopkins designs criteria for diagnostic imaging tests

A single measurement may help predict risk for knee instability

A single measurement may help predict risk for knee instability

Special cameras limit radiation while delivering images vital for patient health

Special cameras limit radiation while delivering images vital for patient health

Higher levels of physical activity not linked to greater volume or activity of brown adipose tissue

Higher levels of physical activity not linked to greater volume or activity of brown adipose tissue

Researchers examine strains between bone and graft from animal models

Researchers examine strains between bone and graft from animal models

PET/CT can aid in earlier diagnosis and treatment assessment of tuberculosis

PET/CT can aid in earlier diagnosis and treatment assessment of tuberculosis

PET/CT imaging spots cardiovascular disease risk factors in OSA patients

PET/CT imaging spots cardiovascular disease risk factors in OSA patients

Higher coronary artery calcium levels in middle-age linked to increased risk for future heart problems

Higher coronary artery calcium levels in middle-age linked to increased risk for future heart problems