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Extremely vulnerable seniors who live alone are 3 times more likely to use home- and community-based services.
An ACTG clinical trial looks at responses at 96 weeks of HIV-1 therapy.
A study finds that the prevalence of antinuclear antibodies in the U.S. has increased in the past 25 years.
An article examines genetic mutations related to the systemic autoimmune disease JDM.
Based on data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, researchers see potential to reduce visits to the emergency room and asthma morbidity.
Data show that certain vascular conditions are associated with phantom odor perception.
An article describes a method to systematically identify relevant publications from PubMed.
Findings show that patients with end stage renal disease treated with dialysis have a high prevalence of epilepsy.
An automated high-throughput quality control procedure screens compounds for potentially adverse effects.
Study results suggest that diets high in fruits and vegetables and low in meat may be protective against HR negative breast cancer.
Researchers conclude that chronic antibiotic use may have long-lasting impacts on BMI.
A report examines variation in opioid use during the 3-year period prior to release of the 2016 CDC prescribing guidelines.
An analysis of treatment for pediatric stone disease showed differences by age, gender, race/ethnicity, and geographic region.
An article in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism describes a study of progesterone exposure and sleep.
A study examined neurologic effects of exposure to benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes among Gulf state residents.
A study assessed the prevalence of fertility counseling provided to women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 45.
After Hurricane Harvey, researchers, media, and public health agencies collected data to assess health effects and inform the public.
An article in the journal Genes, Brain, and Behavior provides experimental support for the role of certain genes in the development of mood disorders.
An analysis of people with celiac disease and people without celiac disease who avoid gluten confirmed that the two groups share autoimmune comorbidities.
An approach for toxicity testing of chemicals moves away from animal studies toward less expensive and higher-throughput in vitro methods.
A study examined the effect of gene-environment interactions on the incidence and severity of asthma.