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Dengue virus exposure may amplify Zika infection
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Dengue virus exposure may amplify Zika infection

Has the recent explosive outbreak of Zika been driven partly by previous exposure to the dengue virus?

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Septic arthritis: liver disease linked to greater risk of death

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Low testosterone linked to elevated risk for rheumatic autoimmune disease

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Is MVPCI safe in patients with STEMI?

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Influenza vaccine: ACIP nixes nasal spray in 2016-2017

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Depression risk high in adolescent pregnancy

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Lessons learned from emerging therapies for severe hypertriglyceridaemia

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Lower limit for ovarian cancer surgery

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Physical activity and lifestyle new clinical priority for GPs

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Extra money for NHS no longer certain

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‘Brexit’ could jeopardise change in GP status

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Harvard study characterizes addiction recovery community centers in the northeastern U.S. | RSA
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Harvard study characterizes addiction recovery community centers in the northeastern U.S. | RSA

A locatable source of community-based recovery support beyond the clinical setting.

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Increases seen in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes after opening of casino with 24-hour liquor sales | RSA
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Increases seen in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes after opening of casino with 24-hour liquor sales | RSA

Crashes among drivers from Virginia, an adjacent state without casino gambling, increased by 125%.

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Inflammation from mosquito bites promotes viral infections
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Inflammation from mosquito bites promotes viral infections

Presence of immune cells at the site of the bite is clearly a prerequisite for the effective replication of the virus.

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Tracking the number of bites may help lose weight
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Tracking the number of bites may help lose weight

People who get feedback on the amount of bites they have taken tend to eat less.

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Hypothyroxinemia during pregnancy increases child's risk of schizophrenia
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Hypothyroxinemia during pregnancy increases child's risk of schizophrenia

Low thyroxine levels are also associated with premature birth.

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Long-term opioid treatment for sickle cell disease called into question
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Long-term opioid treatment for sickle cell disease called into question

Results of a small study indicate that long-term opioid treatment results in more pain.

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UK keeps nasal flu vaccine as US stops
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UK keeps nasal flu vaccine as US stops

The £100m (€130m; $150m) a year childhood flu vaccination campaign in the United Kingdom will continue despite evidence from the United States that the...

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New bone turnover measure for bone loss
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New bone turnover measure for bone loss

A new measure of bone turnover—bone balance—that assesses bone breakdown and formation across the whole skeleton, based on urine and blood samples, is...

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Advanced non–small-cell lung cancer: plasma genotyping, a useful biomarker to predict outcome of osimertinib treatment
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Advanced non–small-cell lung cancer: plasma genotyping, a useful biomarker to predict outcome of osimertinib treatment

Some patients could avoid a tumor biopsy for T790M genotyping upon availability of validated plasma T790M assays

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HCV-3: cirrhosis a significant negative predictor of SOF-based clearance

HCV-TARGET real-life data show that patients without cirrhosis are 6.4-fold more likely to achieve SVR12.

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Advanced Hodgkin’s lymphoma: interim PET-CT after ABVD assists effective treatment modification

Patients with negative interim PET-CT were de-escalated to AVD.

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Advanced gastric cancer: regorafenib prolongs PFS in refractory disease

Treatment of refractory gastric cancer remains an area of unmet clinical need.

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Breast cancer: which treatments work for aromatase inhibitor arthralgia?

Arthralgia affects nearly 50% of patients, often resulting in treatment noncompliance.

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Nearly a third of people with frozen shoulder have diabetes

Conversely, more than 1 in 10 with diabetes have frozen shoulder.

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