Low income cancer patients and those without insurance see fewer trial benefits

When it comes to benefiting from experimental treatments offered in cancer clinical trials, your health insurance status and where you live matters, according to results of two new research studies to be presented at the 2019 ASCO Quality Care Symposium, held September 6 and 7 in San Diego. Cancer patients who enroll in a clinical trial and have no health […]

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Next Steps! See Dwayne Johnson and More Celebs Whose Kids Graduated in 2019

Time to celebrate! 2019 will be a year to remember for so many celebrity’s children who graduated this spring. From preschool to grad school, these members of famous families are closing a chapter — and their parents couldn’t be prouder. Kate Gosselin, for instance, gushed about her twins, Mady and Cara, when the 18-year-old’s high school careers came to a […]

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How live recordings of neural electricity could revolutionize how we see the brain

Red and blue lights flash. A machine whirs like a distant swarm of bees. In a cubicle-sized room, Yoav Adam, a microscope, and a video projector capture something no one has ever seen before: neurons flashing in real time, in a walking, living creature. For decades scientists have been searching for a way to watch a live broadcast of the […]

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See the ‘Very Special’ Shoes Tristan Thompson Wore in Honor of His Children

Fancy footwear! Tristan Thompson sported a sweet pair of sneakers in honor of his children, True and Prince, on Tuesday, March 26. “Today’s a very special day for me, and these kicks are very special to me,” the Cleveland Cavaliers player, 28, captioned an Instagram post showing off the colorful shoes with three photos. The NBA player, who shares 11-month […]

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Pregnant women facing weight stigma see decreased physical and mental health, study finds

In one of the first research studies focused on the impact of weight stigma in pregnant and postpartum women, a team led by a Worcester Polytechnic Institute professor found that women who experience weight stigma during pregnancy and early postpartum often show increased depressive symptoms, greater weight gain during pregnancy, and weight retention after their baby is born. During pregnancy, […]

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Am I bipolar? When to see a doctor

Bipolar disorder interferes with a person’s moods and activity level. Doctors diagnose people of all ages with bipolar disorder. However, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the average age of a person developing bipolar disorder is 25. There are many treatments available to help people with bipolar manage their symptoms. Signs and symptoms People with bipolar disorder can […]

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Eye Condition Keratoconus: Unstable Cornea

Distorted world – The cornea is unstable, schwäthe cht visual performance massively. Health insurance companies pay for SURGERY now Optical KohäRenz tomography: A Krümmungsbild shows the state of the cornea Again with the glasses is too weak. It was adjusted only three weeks ago, new – for the third Time this year. "If the lens of the values in a […]

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