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Harnessing social media to predict psychosis

Social media has forever changed the landscape for patients. Now clinicians at the Zucker Hillside Hospital in Glen Oaks, New York, are working to incorporate social media into clinical care. "We have the opportunity to transform healthcare if we can learn how to take advantage...

source: By Brian Mulligan
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A possible shortcut to an effective HIV vaccine has been discovered in a new study led by top HIV scientists at The Scripps Research Institute. The approach yielded powerful antibodies modeled after those found in rare individuals infected...

source: The San Diego Union-Tribune

Exposure to gunfire, assaults and other violence may negatively impact the health of children born with HIV, according to a new Harvard University study. Researchers analyzed the medical records of 268 youths ages 8 to 15 and then asked them about their exposure to violence...

source: The Washington Post

First-year medical students at the University of British Columbia will begin using a state-of-the-art touch-screen table that displays detailed images of internal anatomy that can be rotated, enlarged and even sliced open. The anatomy...


For consumers, the idea of getting a genetic test to determine risks for hereditary diseases is becoming an increasingly common proposition, but new research suggests that sometimes the accuracy of those results may depend on what...

source: Kaiser Health News

Few studies of surgery patients enroll similar numbers of men and women despite laws aimed at dissuading sex bias in research, according to a new study. By including too many people of the same sex, studies may lead to findings that are applicable only to men or women,...

source: Reuters

Good physical and mental health help drives success and enjoyment in our lives. But when it comes to overcoming some of our society's biggest health challenges — from HIV/AIDS to cancer to diabetes to behavioral health issues — the African-American community...

source: Insight News


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