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FDA issues ‘investigation may continue’ letter for MDD treatment clinical trial

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Getting closer to diagnosis with an ‘electronic nose’

A prototype electronic nose developed by Politecnico di Milano in collaboration with Humanitas, is able to detect tumors with a urine sample with 82% accuracy. Credit: Politecnico di Milano Diagnosing prostate cancer with a non-invasive method and with greater accuracy than traditional diagnostic methods is getting closer to becoming a reality. This has been confirmed …

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Landmark Study of Arkansas Trans Youth Medical Ban Ends

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – The nation’s first trial over a ban on sex-linked child care ended Thursday, as Arkansas wrapped up its case to defend the ban with testimony from an endocrinologist who opposes such treatment for minors. U.S. District Judge Jay Moody, who is considering whether to strike down the law after hearing …

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Rapid identification of pathogens in infants and children with bloodstream infections

The transgenic FcMBL protein, attached to magnetic beads, can capture more than 100 different microbial species with high efficiency, including all bacterial and fungal pathogens that cause sepsis. This image shows the fungal pathogen Candida albicans (purple) isolated using the FcMBL broad-spectrum pathogen capture technique. Credit: E. Super, Wyss Institute at Harvard University A collaborative …

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Biomarker first step towards Alzheimer’s urine test

A newly identified biomarker found in urine could be the first step toward developing a simple and inexpensive test for early-stage Alzheimer’s disease (AD), new research suggests. The researchers found that levels of formic acid, a metabolite of formaldehyde found in urine, were significantly higher in subjects with AD, including those with subjective cognitive decline, …

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International medical students may experience bias during the recruitment process

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Research suggests that one way to prevent depression and anxiety is to have strong relationships in high school

Up to 1 in 4 young Australians experience a mental health problem each year. Credit: Shutterstock Around 1 in 5 young Australians will experience a mental health problem such as depression or anxiety each year. The COVID-19 pandemic has only heightened concerns about young people’s mental health. In Australia, decades of investment in early intervention …

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Explore the effects of dietary fiber on gut microbiota and inflammatory diseases

In a recent study published in Medicine in microecologyresearchers looked at how dietary fiber shapes the composition and activity of the gut microbiome. Study: Gut microbiome: linking dietary fiber to inflammatory diseases. Image Credit: Alpha Tauri 3D Graphics/Shutterstock Diet is considered an important factor in shaping the microbiome in the human gut. People consume less …

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Pediatric emergencies associated with unnecessary testing: AAP

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) warns doctors and parents to be wary of unnecessary diagnostic tests associated with several common childhood conditions Children seen for emergency situations and even in health care settings may experience avoidable pain, exposure to harmful radiation and other harm, the group said. “The emergency room has the ability to …

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