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Sunday, January 19, 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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With more Americans dying from opioid overdoses than car crashes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control has initiated the Prevention for States...
Older patients are more likely to report multiple symptoms that can negatively impact their quality of life and longevity, according to a...
In 2016, the Preventive Access Campaign launched the Undetectable = Untransmittable (U = U) initiative to end the HIV/AIDs pandemic and the...
Outbreaks of Acinetobacter baumannii typically occur in intensive care units and healthcare settings with very ill patients. The superbug can cause life-threatening...
Placebos, inactive substances that don’t contain any medication, shouldn’t make a clinical impact. Yet their effects can still be powerful, even if...
Each year, roughly 33,000 Americans undergo corneal transplant (CT) surgery to replace a diseased or injured cornea, the tough, transparent dome that...

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