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Monday, January 27, 2020

Sandra Gordon

Sandra Gordon is a writer specializing in health and medicine for consumers and physicians. She has written for Everyday Health, Prevention, Healthgrades, Parents, the Cleveland Clinic, NYU Langone Health, Harvard Medical School, Your Teen, WebMD and many more.

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For many kids, frequent stomach problems aren't just an excuse to get out of class. They're often a symptom of something much darker.
Poor lung function in shorter people mediates the effect of height on coronary artery disease, researchers found.
Treatment to repair post-heart attack damage doesn't exit. But this research team is on a mission to engineer cardiovascular tissues for regenerative medicine.
According to a recent study published in Obesity, being physically active is even more important than dieting to prevent rebound pounds.
The study tested the feature for cardiology patients, but it could benefit prescribers in a wide range of specialities.
Can video visits successfully replace office visits without sacrificing the quality of care and communication? A new study says yes, they can.

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