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Healthcare News

New Website Aims To Save Lives By Helping Institutions Launch Lung Cancer Screening Programs

The American Thoracic Society and the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative have launched a new website and online toolkit to help medical institutions implement and manage a lung cancer screening program. The website and toolkit can be found at In 2011, the National Lung Screening Trial reported that annual low-dose computed chest tomography could save ..(Read More)

Half Of Women Over 50 Experience Incontinence, But Most Haven’t Talked To A Doctor, U-M/AARP Poll Finds

Nearly half of women over 50 say they sometimes leak urine -- a problem that can range from a minor nuisance to a major issue -- according to a new national poll. Of more than 1,000 women between the ages of 50 and 80 who answered the poll, 43 percent of women in their 50s and early 60s said they had had experienced urinary incontinence, as had 51% of those age 65 and over. Yet two-thirds of the..(Read More)

Are Smartwatches Really A Smart Idea For Heart Health?

As holiday shopping begins to reach its peak, many consumers will be flocking to their computers and nearest tech stores to purchase big-ticket items for loved ones or themselves. One such item is the new Apple Watch Series 4. The new smartwatch boasts that it is “fundamentally redesigned and re-engineered to help you stay even more active, healthy and connected.” Apple says it will help wearers..(Read More)

Relapsed Leukemia Flies Under Immune System’s Radar

Patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), an aggressive cancer of the blood, often are treated with stem cell transplantation, in which a compatible donor’s blood-forming cells are transplanted into a patient. The donor’s immune cells then attack and kill the leukemia cells. But even if this treatment initially is successful, many patients experience a recurrence of the leukemia after transplant..(Read More)

Lymphedema: Why It's Important To Seek Treatment Right Away

There is no cure for lymphedema, chronic swelling (usually in the arms and legs, though other body parts can be affected) resulting from fluid buildup caused by blockages in the lymphatic system. But it is treatable. Those who have lymphedema or suspect they have it must seek treatment right away to prevent other potential health problems linked to the condition from developing, including a disab..(Read More)

Virtual Program Successful In Linking Adult Protective Services, Geriatric Specialists

In its first year, an innovative virtual program has substantially increased mistreated elderly Texans’ access to elder mistreatment and geriatric experts with The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). The statewide adult Forensic Assessment Center Network (FACN) at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth received and completed more than 500 referrals from Texas Adult Prote..(Read More)

Biomarker Discovered For Most Common Form Of Heart Failure

A team led by a Cedars-Sinai physician-scientist has discovered a biomarker—a protein found in the blood—for the most common type of heart failure, a new study published today in JAMA Cardiology shows. Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) affects more than 6.5 million Americans each year. And now, thanks to the discovery of the first-ever biomarker for HFpEF, a simple blood test..(Read More)