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Sleep deprivation has been previously believed to negatively affect performance in surgeons but a new study in JAMA suggests otherwise, Reuters reports. The study looked at records from non-emergency gallbladder surgeries performed by 331 surgeons at 102 community hospitals and “found 2,078...
About 90% of people will live 5 years or more when their colorectal cancer is caught early through screening. While the rates of colorectal screening increased between 2002 and 2010, many still do not undergo the screening process. USA Today reports that 23 million people between the ages of 50 and 75 have...
Bloomberg News reports that a promising new technique to treat Type 1 diabetes may help alleviate symptoms of low or high blood sugar, such as night-sweats. The treatment is an artificial pancreas, an important device for diabetes patients whose pancreases do not produce the proper amount of insulin to...