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‘Social prescribing’ may help lonely older adults to avoid harmful sedatives and painkillers

‘Social prescribing’ may help lonely older adults to avoid harmful sedatives and painkillers

Mount Sinai researchers use cerebral organoids to study frontotemporal dementia

Mount Sinai researchers use cerebral organoids to study frontotemporal dementia

Air quality improvement linked with reduced risk of dementia

Air quality improvement linked with reduced risk of dementia

More popular type of antihypertensive drugs causes slightly more side effects

More popular type of antihypertensive drugs causes slightly more side effects

Study may help refocus research efforts on adolescent and young adult cancer survivorship

Study may help refocus research efforts on adolescent and young adult cancer survivorship

Positive future orientation and strong parental support linked with lower risk of youth vaping

Positive future orientation and strong parental support linked with lower risk of youth vaping

Novel therapeutic agent could be effective for treating cancers with certain gene mutations

Novel therapeutic agent could be effective for treating cancers with certain gene mutations

Proportion of incorrectly established paternities has decreased over time, study finds

Proportion of incorrectly established paternities has decreased over time, study finds

Yale wins USAID award to advance research utilization in Liberia's health sector

Yale wins USAID award to advance research utilization in Liberia's health sector

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center part of promising phase 2 lymphoma clinical trial

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center part of promising phase 2 lymphoma clinical trial

UMass Amherst Ph.D. candidate receives USDA-NIFA fellowship for food allergy research

UMass Amherst Ph.D. candidate receives USDA-NIFA fellowship for food allergy research

Facing headwinds on new Alzheimer’s drug, Biogen launches controversial campaign

Facing headwinds on new Alzheimer’s drug, Biogen launches controversial campaign

Contraception is free to women, except when it’s not

Contraception is free to women, except when it’s not

Scientists design a tougher, safer bicycle helmet using a combination of materials

Scientists design a tougher, safer bicycle helmet using a combination of materials

Study: Women with breast cancer diagnosed over 65 should be offered hereditary cancer genetic testing

Study: Women with breast cancer diagnosed over 65 should be offered hereditary cancer genetic testing

UMD awarded grant to develop an integrated hypertension management program for older adults

UMD awarded grant to develop an integrated hypertension management program for older adults

Study in France suggests high efficacy of mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern

Study in France suggests high efficacy of mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern

New blood test could help predict the severity of COVID-19 symptoms

New blood test could help predict the severity of COVID-19 symptoms

Finding most promising targets for pan-coronavirus drugs

Finding most promising targets for pan-coronavirus drugs

Structural home repairs in low-income neighborhoods linked with reduced crime rates

Structural home repairs in low-income neighborhoods linked with reduced crime rates