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Preemie Babies End Up Hospitalized More as Kids - 2020-11-27
"Children born prematurely have a higher risk of hospitalization later on than those born at full term, a new study says." More

Women More Likely to Survive Lung Cancer After Surgery: Study - 2020-11-27
"Women have higher survival rates after lung cancer surgery than men, according to a new study." More

Quit Smoking, Your Bladder Will Thank You - 2020-11-26
"If you smoke, you significantly increase your odds of developing bladder cancer, experts warn." More

Wood-Fired Cooking a Cause of Lung Illness in Developing World - 2020-11-26
"People who cook with wood instead of other fuels may be at risk of lung damage because of the pollutants and bacterial toxins they're breathing, a small study suggests." More

Delirium May Be Only Sign of Severe COVID in Elderly: Study - 2020-11-25
"They may have confusion with an altered level of consciousness, disorientation, inattention and other mental disturbances, but none of the other typical signs of the coronavirus infection, such as fever and cough, researchers say." More

Simple Move May Boost Spinal Fusion Outcomes - 2020-11-25
"A new approach that could revolutionize spinal fusion surgery does away with the need to "flip" patients from their back or side onto their stomach midway through the operation -- a switch researchers say dramatically improves outcomes." More

MS Has Mixed Impact on Patients' Cancer Risk: Study - 2020-11-25
"The study found that MS patients do have much greater odds of developing bladder cancer compared to people without the illness. But there was good news, too: Their risk of breast and colon cancer is no higher than for people who don't have MS, according to the Canadian researchers." More

Obamacare Boosts Colon Cancer Diagnosis, Care: Study - 2020-11-25
"Colon cancer treatment for low-income Americans has improved with Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, a new study says." More

Black Cancer Survivors Often Face Added Challenges: Study - 2020-11-25
"Social and financial struggles are common among Black American cancer survivors and take a heavy toll on their health-related quality of life, according to a new study." More

Could the TB Vaccine Help Prevent COVID-19? - 2020-11-25
"A widely used tuberculosis vaccine may help protect people against the new coronavirus or reduce the severity of COVID-19, a new study suggests." More

When COVID Strikes Cancer Patients, Men Fare Worse - 2020-11-25
"Men with COVID-19 and cancer run a greater risk for severe symptoms and death than women with both conditions, a new study finds." More

Most Americans Over 50 Would Get COVID Vaccine: Poll - 2020-11-25
"The majority of older Americans say they're likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but many would want to wait a bit before getting the shot, a new survey reveals." More

Another Study Casts Doubt on 'Convalescent Plasma' as COVID-19 Treatment - 2020-11-25
"Study findings released Nov. 24 in the New England Journal of Medicine, along with disappointing results from prior trials, suggest that those initial hopes may have been unfounded." More

COVID Vaccine Rollout Could Begin Mid-December, Fauci Says - 2020-11-25
"Approved vaccines against the new coronavirus could begin to be distributed to the most at-risk Americans as early as mid-December, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said Thursday." More

Fauci: 'People Should Feel Confident' New COVID Vaccines Safe, Effective - 2020-11-25
"he turnaround time -- from the emergence of the new coronavirus to the advent of multiple vaccines to prevent it -- has been nothing short of "breathtaking," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious disease. Still, many Americans are still uncertain about getting a COVID-19 shot." More

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