To succeed and make the most of your life, you’re told to put your best foot forward each day. However, while this may only be an expression, when you really think about it, are the feet you’re putting forward really in their top shape? Are they healthy and well-cared-for? Or have your feet succumbed to
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If you are someone with asthma, you may have noticed that your breathing problems get worse during the night. After all, nearly 75% of people with asthma claim that they experience more harsh symptoms at night.1 This issue is something that researchers at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Oregon Health & Science University have
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Researchers investigated how migraines affect the quality of sleep. The third most common illness in the world (1), migraines affect an estimated one billion people every year (2). In the United States, more than 157 million workdays are lost annually due to migraines (1). Migraines affect men, women, and children. Unfortunately, many migraine sufferers do
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A new review evaluated the most recent research to determine whether the symptoms of COVID-19 affect children long-term.  The current COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the day-to-day life of people around the world, and more research is being done on the SARS-CoV-2 virus every day in order to decrease the incidence and prevalence of the
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There may soon be a vaccine available that blocks the addictive euphoric and harmful effects of opioid use. The vaccine is entering a phase I clinical trial, the first human-tested clinical trial of this type of vaccine.1 Developed by researchers at the University of Minnesota, the vaccine may help alleviate the opioid overdose crisis; in
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Cryolipolysis, also referred to as ‘cool sculpting’ or ‘fat freezing’, is a popular cosmetic procedure for fat reduction. It was first introduced in 2008 and became FDA-approved for the treatment of multiple areas between 2010 and 2016.1 Interest in cryolipolysis as a non-surgical modality for body contouring has grown as an alternative to invasive procedures
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A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reported on data from 187 hospitals in the United States, where individuals treated with 2-dose COVID-19 vaccines were prevented from hospitalizations, emergency visits to hospitals, or even intensive care admissions as a result of virus exposure. Electronic health records (EHRs) providing real-world evidence suggested
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