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Inconsistency and lack of clarity can be ‘implicitly unwelcoming’ to women, study author says.
The apparent linkage between the makeup of the microbiome and preterm births could eventually be used to develop strategies to prevent prematurity.
Randomized-controlled trial evaluated 5 interventions designed to improve function of affected people.
She hopes new information will yield an alternative to surgery, which is standard care for people who are cross-eyed or have a wandering eye.
Findings at nanometer and millisecond scales may help improve design of therapies directed at motor proteins to rescue failing hearts.
Recent news has given the impression that all such use is unhealthy or outlawed. It's not.
In tests of anatomically representative phantoms, virtual reality sped procedures and meant reduced X-ray radiation exposure for patients.
At high altitude or by water, your skin is exposed to greater UVA rays, and in areas you might not think to cover.
Barely half of U.S. residency programs offer training in transgender medicine, a UW Medicine study finds.
Almost half of riders' injuries are head-related, a new study shows. Just wear a helmet, says injury-prevention specialist.