Week in Review
Top highlights include: Declines in newspaper circulations, a call for a global moratorium on human germline editing, and the US News & World Report’s best medical school rankings.
Top highlights include: U.S. deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide hit highest level on record, study finds new link between sleep apnea and Alzheimer’s disease, and hope for pancreatic cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Top highlights include: Greener childhood study, rising health care costs in Minnesota, study finds radiation contamination in crematory, and yoga linked to lower blood pressure.
Top highlights include: Measles outbreak, leprosy still lurks in United States, study links midlife activity levels to future dementia risk, superfoods won’t save you from getting sick this winter, and Alzheimer’s disease risk and lifestyle.
Top highlights include: Cleaning routine shows promise in curbing superbug infection, new science shows managing blood sugar isn’t about counting calories or carbs, Mayo Clinic Labs, Numares collaborate on NMR-based diagnostics, long-term stroke risk cut by carotid surgery or stenting, and Mayo Clinic rolls out first-aid voice skill for Google Assistant.
Top highlights include: Halting U.S. HIV epidemic by 2030, what is rhabdomyolysis, higher education won’t prevent mental decline, what is echinacea—and can it really help a cold, and vaccine researcher’s advice about the flu
Top highlights include: E-cigarettes are effective at helping smokers quit, injection opioid use linked to increases in stroke hospitalizations, lowering blood pressure may help cut risk of early dementia, Dr. Vincent Rajkumar specializes in multiple myeloma, and do you need to worry about a fever if you have the flu.
Top highlights include: Top names in health and medicine gather in Davos for World Economic Forum, blood test may predict Alzheimer’s progression, Mayo Clinic study finds mindfulness can ease women’s menopausal symptoms, preventing the flu, and frosty grip brings frostbite fears and other weather-related worries.
Top highlights include: People choosing not to vaccinate is now a global health threat, sleeping less than six hours a night may boost risk of cardiovascular disease, long-acting contraceptive patch gives women DIY option for birth control, early capillary damage may predict dementia, and norovirus cases rise in winter months.
Top highlights include: concussion-detection device developed by Minnesota doctor gets FDA OK, Alzheimer’s disease may develop differently in African-Americans, cervical cancer screenings lower than national data suggests, Mayo Clinic uses AI for new heart screening test, and flu cases on the rise.
Top highlights include: Mediterranean diet named the best for 2019, another blood pressure medication recalled over trace amounts of cancer-causing chemical, Dr. Gianrico Farrugia, President and CEO of Mayo Clinic, what your headaches can tell you about your health, and Mayo Clinic discovers biological markers that could guide treatment for prostate cancer.
Top highlights include: healthiest and least healthy states of 2018, predicting “C. difficile” with 5 key factors, migraines can cause altered speech, nonprofit launches trial to get therapies to multiple myeloma patients more efficiently, and treating the “stomach flu.”
Top highlights include: women with heart emergencies less likely to get proper care, managing diffuse large B-cell lymphoma after Richter’s transformation, Mayo re-creates historic Christmas decorations, which flu shot should you get?, and treating blood cancers with CAR-T cell therapy.