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Do You Need A Full-Body MRI Scan? Probably Not, Experts Say

Whole body MRI scans may lead to unnecessary follow-up tests that are not only expensive, but also anxiety-inducing, experts say.

Winship Cancer Institute At Emory Midtown Opens In Atlanta

by: Tracey Walker

The 17-story, 450,000-square-foot project includes areas for wellness, rehabilitation, and clinical research.

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Anxiety, Your Brain, and Long COVID: What the Research Says

Anxiety, depression, and COVID-19 can be a bad combination for your brain — and your long-term health. Having anxiety and depression before a COVID infection increases the risk of developing long COVID, researchers have found.

Goodwyn Mills Cawood Adds Healthcare Practice Leader

by: Tracey Walker

Matthew Nicholson will lead the firm’s healthcare design studio in Atlanta.

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Doctor: What My Patients Have Taught Me About Crohn’s

A doctor explains some of the frustrations and problems his Crohn’s disease patients face and how he works to help them.

Doctors, Researchers Work Hard to Improve Crohn’s Disease Treatments

Learn how Crohn’s disease treatment and long-term outlook have improved over the past few decades.

Schizophrenia: Fighting the FDA for Clozapine Access

Are FDA REMS restrictions blocking access to clozapine for people with schizophrenia?

The Wisdom of Morrie: An Antidote to Today’s Loneliness Epidemic

Rob Schwartz, the son of the man made famous in the book Tuesday's with Morrie, has published a new volume of his late father's writings on life, love and joy.

Salt Riva Pima-Maricopa Indian Community To Add Residential Treatment Facility In Arizona

by: Tracey Walker

The 48,000-square-foot project is expected to be completed by fall 2024.

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Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: Q&A With Kevin Kalinsky, MD

In this WebMD webinar, attendees asked Kevin Kalinsky, MD, Director of Breast Medical Oncology at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, about triple-negative breast cancer.

‘BE FAST’: Time and Support Key for Younger Stroke Patients

A study over 15 years found an overall increase of 11% nationwide, with a 38% increase in the 18 to 44 age group. Yet nearly 30% of U.S. adults younger than 45 are unaware of common stroke symptoms, according to a survey from the American Heart Association.

THCB Gang Episode 124, Thursday June 1

by: Abdul Ghafar

Joining Matthew Holt (@boltyboy) on #THCBGang on Thursday June 1 at 1PM PT 4PM ET were double trouble futurists Jeff Goldsmith and Ian Morrison (@seccurve), and delivery & platform expert Vince KuraitisContinue reading...

Planning Financially for Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia gravis finances: What to expect, what to plan for, how to navigate insurance, where to find financial assistance.

An equation that supports healthcare IT infrastructure reliability

by: Paul J. Williams

Common platform + standard infrastructure + unified support = reduced variability and increased predictability.

3 ways to make the most of your health coverage this summer

by: Healthcare.gov

Summer is here! With Marketplace coverage, you’re already in a great place to have a healthy summer. Learn more about how you can stay well this summer:

3 ways to stay healthy & make the most of your summer:

  • Choose a provider. Think of your provider as your health care partner. Finding one you trust is important. Learn how to find a doctor in your plan’s network.
  • Get preventive services. Preventive health check-ups can help detect or even prevent health problems before they start. These services, like shots and cancer screenings, are free when you visit a provider in your plan’s network.
  • Check your choppers. The health of your mouth impacts your overall health. If you have dental coverage, be sure you’re up-to-date on your dental checkups. If not, put them on your summer schedule.

About 1 in 3 With Diabetes Have Unknown Heart Risk: Study

If you have type 2 diabetes, you could already be at a higher risk for heart disease without knowing it.

Don’t Blame Burnout

by: Ryan Bose-Roy

BY SANJ KATYAL It is hard to open a medical journal in any specialty without seeing an article on burnout. There are statistics, trends, and of course a myriad of causes detailedContinue reading...

‘Exciting Time’: FDA Commissioner Talks AI and Misinformation

AI’s potential depends on how it’s used, Robert Califf, MD, said. “It could be used for tremendous gain or it could be used for tremendous harm.”

Are Psoriasis and Allergies Linked?

Psoriasis and allergies both cause itchy, skin and both involve immune system reactions. Could they be related?

Psoriasis and Body Image

People with psoriasis share their experiences and how they learned to manage issues with body image, self-esteem, and quality of life.

Living Day to Day With Psoriasis

Lifestyle changes can help improve your psoriasis and your overall health. Follow these expert tips.

Psoriasis: Tips for Wearing Makeup

Some people with psoriasis choose to use makeup. Since this condition can cause skin flakiness and sensitivity, it’s important to be careful when applying makeup. Find out which products to use, what to avoid, and how to use and remove makeup with psoriasis.

Can Statins Cause Brain Fog?

Some people report side effects like brain fog and memory loss with this drug designed to lower cholesterol. Here’s what the research says.

Yoga and Cholesterol

If you have high cholesterol, you might consider starting a workout program. Find out how yoga can be your secret weapon in lowering your cholesterol levels and how you can add it to your daily routine.

High Cholesterol in Younger People

If you think you don’t need to pay attention to your cholesterol numbers until you’re older, think again. Your heart health may be at stake.

The Paleo Diet and Your Cholesterol

Researchers are looking at how lower-carb diets like paleo might affect your cholesterol.

Things People With AFib Wish You Knew

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is when your heart beats too fast, too slow, or erratically. Here’s what some people with AFib want you to know.

Living With the Side Effects of AFib

Your life will probably change in some ways after a diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AFib). The symptoms can lead to shifts in your routine. It’s even normal to feel anxious or fearful at first. But with treatment and some healthy lifestyle changes, you can learn to manage the side effects of AFib.

Designing (Healthcare) via Roblox

by: Ryan Bose-Roy

BY KIM BELLARD Here’s a question: what medical schools are incorporating Roblox into their curriculum?   Interested readers can get back to me, but in the meantime I’m guessing none.  At best,Continue reading...

Can HPV Cause Breast Cancer? Research Shows Potential Link

According to a recent study from Mexico, HPV has been found in breast cancer tissue, and in both malignant tumors and non-malignant breast disease.