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Global Coronavirus Outbreaks Worry Experts, as U.S. Cases Reach 34

Outbreaks of "untraceable" cases of coronavirus in multiple countries around the world are raising the real possibility of a pandemic, public health experts say.

Clusters of cases arising in South Korea, Iran, Italy and Canada with no clear ties to the outbreak's epicenter in China have boosted concerns about local, self-sustaining epi...

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5 Expert Tips for Preventing Winter Sports Accidents

5 Expert Tips for Preventing Winter Sports Accidents

Hitting the slopes or the skating rink as the winter of 2020 winds down? Don't let an accident or injury spoil your fun.

"Winter sports and recreational activities have great health and cardiovascular benefits," said Dr. Joseph Bosco, vice president of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). "However, it's important not t...

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  • February 22, 2020
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Breast Cancer Care Far From Home for Rural Patients

Breast Cancer Care Far From Home for Rural Patients

As rural hospitals and specialty care units close, a new study shows that some breast cancer patients are forced to travel long distances for their treatments.

University of Minnesota researchers found that those living in rural parts of the United States travel three times as far as urban women for radiation therapy.

The s...

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  • February 21, 2020
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Without Symptoms or Clear Test Results, Woman May Have Still Spread Coronavirus

Without Symptoms or Clear Test Results, Woman May Have Still Spread Coronavirus

A report from doctors battling China's coronavirus outbreak raises concern that people who have no symptoms and initially test negative on medical tests might still harbor and spread the COVID-19 virus.

The case involves an asymptomatic 20-year-old woman who appears to have spread the illness to five relatives who later became ill.

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  • E.J. Mundell
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  • February 21, 2020
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In a First, Doctors Use Robotics to Treat Brain Aneurysm

In a First, Doctors Use Robotics to Treat Brain Aneurysm

Canadian doctors who conducted the first robotic surgery to treat a brain aneurysm say the approach could boost the availability and precision of lifesaving stroke care.

Use of the technology could also be a first step toward remote robotic surgery for stroke and other conditions affecting brain blood vessels.

"In the future,...

  • E.J. Mundell
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  • February 21, 2020
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Patients Who Quit Smoking Before Weight-Loss Surgery Often Relapse: Study

Patients Who Quit Smoking Before Weight-Loss Surgery Often Relapse: Study

Many people who quit smoking before having weight-loss surgery go back to cigarettes after the procedure, a new study finds.

Researchers followed 1,770 adults for seven years after they had weight-loss surgery at 10 U.S. hospitals. While about 14% smoked in the year before surgery, that fell to 2% in the month before their oper...

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  • February 21, 2020
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