Rare Disease: Could Existing Drugs Turn the Tide? #shorts

Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Maddie Niles stumbled on an existing drug that changed her life forever. How many other rare disease treatments are sitting unused on the shelf at the local pharmacy? Seventeen-year-old Maddie Niles has a rare metabolic disease with no name, no known cause, and —…

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Dr. Juliana Kling – New guidelines for non-hormonal treatment of hot flashes due to menopause

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here New guidelines around the use of nonhormonal therapy for hot flashes — or vasomotor symptoms— due to menopause have been released by the North American Menopause Society. Dr. Juliana Kling, a women’s health specialist at Mayo Clinic and one of the…

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The Pursuit of Precision: The Science Advancing Individualized Medicine – Organoids

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Organoids: A Powerful Tool for Individualized Medicine Research. Organoids are like mini organs giving researchers new insights into human development and disease and could revolutionize fields like drug discovery. Researchers can develop a wide variety of organoids from the…

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Early-Life Smartphone Use Tied to Poorer Mental Health in Gen Z #shorts

Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here America’s fascination and dependence on smartphones seems to know no end – and if you think it’s common for kids to be staring at their screens as much as adults do, you’re right. Several studies have found that more kids are using smartphones and…

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Mayo Clinic Minute: What women need to know about stroke

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Stroke is a medical emergency. The faster you get treatment, the better your chances are of recovering. May is Stroke Awareness Month to raise awareness about stroke prevention and treatment. It’s also Women’s Health Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic experts…

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The Amazing Things We Can Learn From Hospital Clowns #shorts

Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Growing evidence reveals that hospital clowns, also called medical clowns, therapeutic clowns, or clown doctors, can be incredibly valuable in clinical care. In one study published this year, researchers at Tel Aviv University and the Israel Center for Medical Simulation identified 40 skills used…

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Team approach helps farmer beat lymphoma

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From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Shortly before Thanksgiving 2021, Jerry Haines, a part-time farmer and retired butter and cheesemaker, was helping another farmer with fall chores. He felt good but noticed an odd lump on his upper arm. “It wasn’t too big — only…

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The Future of Medicine: How AI is Changing Health Care #shorts

Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Will AI revolutionize health care? John Whyte, MD, MPH, discusses the impact of AI on medicine with Dr. Eric Topol. #erictopol #drjohnwhyte #ai #artificialintelligence #chatgpt #chatgpt4 #webmd #shorts

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Dialysis Safety: Be a Safe Patient

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Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Source: Centers for Disease Control and PreventionRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Dialysis

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Mayo Clinic Minute – 4 tips for a safer picnic

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Picnics can be a lot of fun. But improper handling of the food can mean trouble in the form of foodborne germs. Before you fill your cooler, review these tips for safer picnics. ____________________________________________ FOR THE PUBLIC: More health and…

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