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Pharmacists and community health workers lead successful hypertension interventions

Pharmacists and community health workers lead successful hypertension interventions

Psilocybin reconfigures brain networks, showing potential for lasting therapeutic effects

Psilocybin reconfigures brain networks, showing potential for lasting therapeutic effects

Extreme weather associated with higher rates of missed primary care appointments

Extreme weather associated with higher rates of missed primary care appointments

Exploring the expanding horizons of GLP-1 therapies beyond diabetes and obesity

Exploring the expanding horizons of GLP-1 therapies beyond diabetes and obesity

First-ever successful use of modified double-decker technique for scimitar syndrome in a child

First-ever successful use of modified double-decker technique for scimitar syndrome in a child

Blocking IL-11 protein extends lifespan and health in mice by 25%, study shows

Blocking IL-11 protein extends lifespan and health in mice by 25%, study shows

New four-year initiative targets cardiovascular-kidney-metabolic syndrome

New four-year initiative targets cardiovascular-kidney-metabolic syndrome

Stratifying TAVI candidates with degenerative MR: Prognostic considerations

Stratifying TAVI candidates with degenerative MR: Prognostic considerations

Breakthrough gene therapy offers hope for Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Breakthrough gene therapy offers hope for Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Cystic fibrosis drug reduces hyper-inflammation in COVID-19 pneumonia patients

Cystic fibrosis drug reduces hyper-inflammation in COVID-19 pneumonia patients

First trimester COVID-19 exposure and vaccination not tied to major birth defects

First trimester COVID-19 exposure and vaccination not tied to major birth defects

Tufts researchers uncover immune cell link to doxorubicin-induced heart damage

Tufts researchers uncover immune cell link to doxorubicin-induced heart damage

American Heart Association recognizes 3147 organizations for commitment to improving cardiovascular care

American Heart Association recognizes 3147 organizations for commitment to improving cardiovascular care

Short bursts of light activity can lead to better sleep, study finds

Short bursts of light activity can lead to better sleep, study finds

Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients are at higher risk of developing fatty liver disease

Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients are at higher risk of developing fatty liver disease

An Arm and a Leg: The woman who beat an $8,000 hospital fee

An Arm and a Leg: The woman who beat an $8,000 hospital fee

Her hearing implant was preapproved. Nonetheless, she got $139,000 bills for months.

Her hearing implant was preapproved. Nonetheless, she got $139,000 bills for months.

Heart of the Matter: Early Diagnosis and Intervention in Heart Failure with Prof. Martin Cowie & Dr. Lisa Anderson

Heart of the Matter: Early Diagnosis and Intervention in Heart Failure with Prof. Martin Cowie & Dr. Lisa Anderson

Interrupting sitting with evening exercise boosts sleep by nearly 30 minutes

Interrupting sitting with evening exercise boosts sleep by nearly 30 minutes

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