High-dose erythropoietin no benefit for extreme preemies

(HealthDay)—For extremely preterm infants, high-dose erythropoietin treatment from 24 hours after birth does not result in a reduced risk for severe neurodevelopmental impairment or death at age 2 years, according to a study published in the Jan. 16 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Sandra E. Juul, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Washington in Seattle, and colleagues […]

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Pregnant! Johnathon Schaech, Julie Solomon Expecting Baby No. 2

Future family of four! Julie Solomon is pregnant, expecting her and Johnathan Schaech’s second child. “After months of living under the veil of dark lies and deceitful boomerangs, our family of 3 are happy to announce that we’re growing our tribe!” the “Influencer Podcast” host, 35, captioned her Tuesday, January 14, Instagram reveal. “Baby Schaech #2 is coming this summer. […]

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No, Music City Isn't Just for Country Fans & Bachelorettes (Ugh)

Nashville is on the rise, y’all. I can say “y’all” now that I’ve been living here three years, right? And hey, if you thought traveling to Music City was just for country fans and so, so, so many bachelorettes (ugh), I don’t blame you. But it’s time to think again. Tennessee’s capitol is actually a fantastic place to travel — or […]

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A 23-Year-Old Model Had No Idea She Was Pregnant Until She Gave Birth In A Bathroom

Erin Langmaid, 23, gave birth to a healthy baby girl without ever realizing she was pregnant. The Australian model experienced a cryptic pregnancy and carried the baby to full term. Langmaid says, “I wasn’t showing obviously because I fit into everything.” Australian model Erin Langmaid, 23, had the surprise of her life on October 29, when she gave birth to […]

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Anesthesia for breast cancer surgery has no influence on risk of tumor recurrence

One of the largest global studies in the field of anesthesia, in which the MedUni Vienna has participated, showed that, following curative breast cancer surgery under regional anesthesia, the risk of recurrence was not reduced in comparison to general anesthesia with opioids. These data disprove the assumption that anesthesia might have a negative impact on breast cancer recurrence. The results […]

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