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Most Babies Born to Covid-19 Moms Do Well

The new data shows that babies born to women with Covid-19 demonstrate no increase in low birth weight, difficulty breathing, apnea, or respiratory infections through the first eight weeks of life.

St. Jude scientists identify possible COVID-19 treatment in the lab

If validated, the discovery by St Jude scientists could offer real tools to deal with hyperinflammatory immune responses, one of the leading causes of death in Covid-19 infections

Another Step Forward to Addressing Women’s Cardio Health Inequalities

MINOCA, or myocardial infarction with non-obstructive coronary arteries, a condition that accounts for 6 to 15 percent of heart attacks and is 3 times more common among women than men with heart attack

Why Didn’t a Review Examine Whether Brief Interventions to Prevent Suicide Actually Reduced Deaths?

Every death by suicide, every effort at serious self-harm is a tragedy and a loss, not only for a person but for a circle of people for whom that person’s life has meaning.

Hydroxychloroquine Does Not Prevent Infection with SARS CoV-2

A study released today should — once and for all — finally shut the coffin closed on hydroxychloroquine and COVID-19

Colchicine Shows 48% Reduction in Future Cardio Issues for Heart Attack Victims

Early, in-hospital treatment with colchicine reduces the odds of future cardiovascular problems by 48% in people who have just survived a heart attack

Clinical Trials for Bacterial Vaginosis in Dallas, Forth Worth Area

About 1 in 10 women of reproductive age are affected by endometriosis. Local physicians at Cedar Health Research are initiating new research studies in hopes of finding potential new treatment options

Dallas researchers aim to accelerate women’s health clinical trials

Local Dallas Fort Worth researchers are combining critical components that can help accelerate research for women’s health trials

Study Links Severe Sleep Apnea to Higher Blood Glucose Levels in African Americans

African Americans with severe sleep apnea and other adverse sleep patterns are much more likely to have high blood glucose levels —a risk factor for diabetes—than those without these patterns

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Clinical Trials for Bacterial Vaginosis in Dallas, Forth Worth Area

About 1 in 10 women of reproductive age are affected by endometriosis. Local physicians at Cedar Health Research are initiating new research studies in hopes of finding potential new treatment options

Why Didn’t a Review Examine Whether Brief Interventions to Prevent Suicide...

Every death by suicide, every effort at serious self-harm is a tragedy and a loss, not only for a person but for a circle of people for whom that person’s life has meaning.

St. Jude scientists identify possible COVID-19 treatment in the lab

If validated, the discovery by St Jude scientists could offer real tools to deal with hyperinflammatory immune responses, one of the leading causes of death in Covid-19 infections