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  1. Experiments in mice with a bone disorder similar to that in women after menopause show that a scientifically overlooked group of cells are likely crucial to the process of bone loss caused by the...
  2. A study of 69,000 Medicare patient records led by Johns Hopkins researchers shows that people with spine compression fractures who undergo operations to strengthen back bones with cement survive...
  3. Ultrasound, an imaging technology long used to examine fetuses in the womb and peer into patients’ organs, is gaining wider acceptance for imaging joints, muscles, nerves, tendons and ligaments...
  4. Bloodless surgery is something of a misnomer. There’s bound to be bleeding, even when an operation is performed using minimally invasive techniques that require only small incisions. What bloodless...
  5. The Longevity Lifestyle Geriatric psychiatrist Gary Small, MD, director of the UCLA Longevity Center, trains his own brain on helping his patients and the public to stay mentally sharp as we age.
  6. Originally published in the Summer 2015 issue of Robb Report Health & Wellness as “ Q&A with David Perlmutter, MD .” Belly Bugs + Brainpower The acclaimed neurologist champions the power of...
  7. On finding an objective way to cherry-pick the best doctors and hospitals.
  8. Specially designed comprehensive behavioral therapy is more effective than sessions offering patient support and education in helping adults with Tourette syndrome manage their tics – sudden,...
  9. In a noisy world and with an aging population, hearing loss is an increasing concern. Early intervention is important. Almost half of American adults 75 or older have impaired hearing, according to...
  10. For some newly diagnosed cancer patients, whether they will be able to have children after treatment is the furthest question from their minds—until the risks of therapy bring it front-and-center. In...

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