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Are Rising Temperatures Affecting Fetal Development?  Medscape

Extreme temperatures have been associated with several negative fetal health outcomes, and the largest study to date reinforces that link.

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Genes Linked to Sepsis-Related Death are Identified in Mouse Model  Infection Control Today

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body's immune response to infection spirals out of control.

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ECG Consult: 55yo Firefighter with Acute Chest Pain  JEMS.com

In this month's ECG consult video, we encounter a 55-year-old firefighter complaining of acute chest pain after unloading a fire hose.

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14-Year-Old Had a Piece of Glass in His Face for a Month Before He Noticed  Inside Edition

It took this 14-year-old about a month to realize he had a shard of glass “the shape of a knife blade” lodged in his face. Doctors at the Virgen del Rocio University ...

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Short-term opioids for pain still come with side effects  KDAL News

By Tamara Mathias (Reuters Health) - Patients who only briefly take opioid painkillers are still likely to face side effects, a new study suggests. While side effects ...

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Novel: Light Therapy for Oral Mucositis in Cancer Patients  Medscape

Light therapy is now included in guidelines for oral mucositis that develops during cancer treatment. It offers an alternative to mouthwashes and is associated ...

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Hospital touts child transport team  Taipei Times

National Taiwan University Children's Hospital has established a critical care transport team to provide intensive care to children being transported by ...

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Emergency Room Doctors Discover Blade Shaped Shard of Glass Behind Teen’s Cheekbone  The Epoch Times

A family was surprised to discover their teenage boy had a blade-shaped shard of glass lodged behind his cheekbone for weeks before it was found in Spain.

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Robert Glatter MD  Psychology Today

Robert Glatter, M.D., is an emergency medical physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He is also an adviser and editor to Medscape Emergency ...

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Where there's wildfire smoke, there may be heart problems  Beloit Daily News

When the Tubbs Fire swept through their neighborhood in Santa Rosa, California, in October 2017, there was lit.

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