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Multimodal AI model may guide personalized treatments for tuberculosis
AI approach helps researchers interpret large biomedical data sets to accurately predict tuberculosis treatment prognosis
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Multimodal AI model may guide personalized treatments for tuberculosis
AI approach helps researchers interpret large biomedical data sets to accurately predict tuberculosis treatment prognosis
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Obesity care can make a big difference, but few get it, study suggests
Obesity care under a health care provider’s supervision, whether through nutrition counseling, medication, meal replacement or bariatric surgery, can help people with high BMI, but many don’t receive it.
Mom and daughter pose in two separate photos about 30 years apart. Daughter had a congenital heart issue, now is an adult.
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Mother daughter duo reflect on nearly three decade heart journey
Mother, daughter reflect on congenital heart treatment and decades long treatment
Ali Sheikh, D.O., celebrates with Sparrow’s highly skilled cardiovascular team after becoming the first health system in Michigan to implant the innovative Aurora EV-ICD device defibrillator.
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Lifesaving option for heart patients at risk for sudden cardiac arrest, abnormal heart rhythms
New, innovative and personalized life-saving care option of implantable defibrillator now available to heart patients in Michigan
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Hippo signaling pathway gives new insight into systemic sclerosis
Study focuses on Hippo signaling pathway as critical link between fibrosis, vascular dysfunction, and sex bias in systemic sclerosis
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Inaccurate pulse oximeter readings could limit transplants, heart pumps for Black patients with heart failure
Racially biased readings of oxygen levels in the blood using pulse oximeters may further limit opportunities for Black patients with heart failure to receive potentially lifesaving treatments, such as heart pumps and transplants
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Multimodal AI model may guide personalized treatments for tuberculosis
AI approach helps researchers interpret large biomedical data sets to accurately predict tuberculosis treatment prognosis
Scale pictured behind a hospital room curtain
Health Lab
Obesity care can make a big difference, but few get it, study suggests
Obesity care under a health care provider’s supervision, whether through nutrition counseling, medication, meal replacement or bariatric surgery, can help people with high BMI, but many don’t receive it.
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Hippo signaling pathway gives new insight into systemic sclerosis
Study focuses on Hippo signaling pathway as critical link between fibrosis, vascular dysfunction, and sex bias in systemic sclerosis
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Menopause and migraines: New findings point to power of prevention
Women who have both migraines and a long-term history of hot flashes and/or night sweats have a slightly higher risk of heart disease and stroke, and young women who have migraines have a higher risk of later persistent menopause symptoms.
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Long COVID-19 is linked to chronic pain conditions
Therapies for pain conditions like fibromyalgia provide clues for helping those with long COVID-19
Portrait of Max Wicha, founding director of Rogel Cancer Center
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‘We might for the first time really be thinking of cures of cancer’
Founding Rogel Cancer Center Director reflects on how cancer evolved from ‘the least scientific discipline’ to a shining example of how basic research discoveries can change clinical care.