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Vaccines and virus changes cut long COVID risk by 50%, but Omicron still poses a threat

Vaccines and virus changes cut long COVID risk by 50%, but Omicron still poses a threat

Unhealthy sleep patterns associated with Type 2 diabetes risk in racially and economically diverse adults

Unhealthy sleep patterns associated with Type 2 diabetes risk in racially and economically diverse adults

Novel insights into how exercise functions as an antidepressant

Novel insights into how exercise functions as an antidepressant

UC Irvine develops ePRO tool to improve cancer care for minority patients

UC Irvine develops ePRO tool to improve cancer care for minority patients

Transcendental Meditation empowers female youth in Uganda with improved self-esteem and resilience

Transcendental Meditation empowers female youth in Uganda with improved self-esteem and resilience

Study reveals how inflammation weakens muscles during illness

Study reveals how inflammation weakens muscles during illness

Study uncovers long COVID risks for pregnant individuals

Study uncovers long COVID risks for pregnant individuals

Advocate Health selected for CMS GUIDE Model aimed at advancing dementia care

Advocate Health selected for CMS GUIDE Model aimed at advancing dementia care

Fungal endophytes: A promising frontier for breast cancer treatment

Fungal endophytes: A promising frontier for breast cancer treatment

How short-term nighttime carb restriction boosts exercise and burns fat

How short-term nighttime carb restriction boosts exercise and burns fat

Smartphone-based behavioral therapy leads to improvements for patients with fibromyalgia

Smartphone-based behavioral therapy leads to improvements for patients with fibromyalgia

Algorithm could identify drug-resistant bacteria from microscopy images

Algorithm could identify drug-resistant bacteria from microscopy images

Study highlights marked increase in iron deficiency among female military recruits

Study highlights marked increase in iron deficiency among female military recruits

Targeted vitamin D supplementation may lower depression risk for deficient individuals, study finds

Targeted vitamin D supplementation may lower depression risk for deficient individuals, study finds

Inflammation in early adulthood may be linked to memory and thinking problems at middle age

Inflammation in early adulthood may be linked to memory and thinking problems at middle age

Beyond PMS: A poorly understood disorder means periods of despair for some women

Beyond PMS: A poorly understood disorder means periods of despair for some women

Implementing patient-centered palliative care may help improve quality of life for people with heart disease

Implementing patient-centered palliative care may help improve quality of life for people with heart disease

Global burden of heart failure: prevalence, incidence, and risk factors unveiled

Global burden of heart failure: prevalence, incidence, and risk factors unveiled

New research may help explain recurrent Crohn's disease in children

New research may help explain recurrent Crohn's disease in children

New-onset anxiety in adults aged 50+ doubles risk of developing Parkinson's disease

New-onset anxiety in adults aged 50+ doubles risk of developing Parkinson's disease

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