Articles in Prevention & Treatment

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In a noisy world and with an aging population, hearing loss is an increasing concern. Early...
A major observational study by Cleveland Clinic offers some good news for these patients and their...
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Four top physicians debate the science behind prescribing hormone therapy for women...
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Boxing Biomechanics Study Researchers from the Center for Spine Health’s Spine Research Laboratory...
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Bloodless surgery is something of a misnomer. There’s bound to be bleeding, even when an operation...
It takes only a few hours to have an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) placed in your...
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During the past 25 years, as mounting research has demonstrated the efficacy of treating patients...
One night a patient got out of bed, fell and hit his head; the incident report that clinicians...
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For some newly diagnosed cancer patients, whether they will be able to have children after...
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a significant stressor for even the most resilient individuals....
The impact of the nation’s obesity epidemic is felt in nearly all areas of medicine, including...
For the 60 percent of Americans older than 60 who will be affected by cataracts - a disease in...
Two decades ago, patients suffering from pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) had no medical...
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Although the signs of Ménière’s disease rarely occur until people reach their 40s or 50s, the...
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An estimated 20 percent of people in the United States aged 12 years or older report having used...
Endometrial cancer care at UCLA is part of an environment of innovation, where the latest therapies...
Although the 2009 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force suggested that women at normal risk for...
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In the days that followed the discovery of a mass in her abdomen, Judith Carden was stunned and...
Among the myriad characteristics to admire about the nation’s 77-million-member Baby Boom...
Glaucoma is the second-most-common cause of irreversible blindness in the United States. It...

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