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COVID-19 has been linked to a significantly increased risk for new-onset Alzheimer’s disease. However, researchers are quick to note that study provides no evidence...

Better screening could predict and prevent as many as 90% of sudden cardiac deaths in young people with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a new study...

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    Sudden cardiac death by definition is unexpected, but a new study found that many cases show warning signs well in advance — suggesting that at least some of these deaths may be #preventable. #MedTwitter https://t.co/DNZ68Efgs5 - view on twitter

A 35-year-old man has nasal obstruction and smelling loss. His symptoms worsen after drinking beer and also after using ibuprofen or aspirin. Can you...

B12, but not other B vitamins, may prevent or delay the onset of Parkinson’s disease, new research suggests. However, investigators caution that the effect...

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Patients with both nasal and ocular symptoms of SAR have a new treatment option that combines olopatadine hydrochloride and mometasone furoate in the form...

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    Patients with both nasal and ocular symptoms of SAR have a new treatment option that combines olopatadine hydrochloride and mometasone furoate in the form of a nasal spray. https://t.co/PLbKqWSWZh - view on twitter

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A new month brings a new bounty of health and wellness myths on TikTok for physicians to...

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Perry Wilson is getting an Omicron booster, but his reason for doing so might not be what you think it...

Less exercise was associated with a significant increased likelihood of gestational diabetes, a new study...

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    #Physicalactivity early in pregnancy may decrease the risk of gestational diabetes and reduce the increased risk of the condition among women with a genetic predisposition, according to new research. #ObGynTwitter #MedTwitter https://t.co/iZ2PSzGJnk - view on twitter

Weight gain and gestational diabetes were associated with a higher risk for ADHD in children, experts...

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    Obesity in women of #reproductiveage has emerged as one of the main risk factors associated with neonatal complications and long-term #neuropsychiatricconsequences in offspring, including ADHD. #ObGynTwitter #MedTwitter https://t.co/Z0QThH9Ce3 - view on twitter