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Raily Aesthetic Medicine International Holdings (HKG:2135) shareholders rose 46% last week, but are still in the red over the past year

Over the past month, the Raily Aesthetic Medicine International Holdings Limited (HKG:2135) was much stronger than before, rebounding 62%. But that doesn’t change the fact that returns over the past year have been less than pleasing. In fact, the price is down 42% in one year, below the returns you could get from investing in …

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A Cherokee professor elected to the National Academy of Medicine

A Cherokee professor elected to the National Academy of Medicine

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A scholar from the Cherokee Nation of Arizona has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine based in part on her research into HIV/AIDS and drug abuse prevention, with a focus on indigenous youth. Julie Baldwin, Ph.D., a regents professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Northern Arizona University, joins …

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In Difficult Times, AdventHealth Orchestra Provides Music Medicine

In Difficult Times, AdventHealth Orchestra Provides Music Medicine

In the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, AdventHealth staff found solace in music – not by listening to it, but by playing it. Now the AdventHealth Orchestra — in which doctors sit alongside finance executives and a nurse may play alongside an accountant — will perform its first public concert this weekend. Featuring a …

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Stanford Medicine teams discover biomarkers that predict common and serious pregnancy complications

Stanford Medicine teams discover biomarkers that predict common and serious pregnancy complications

They aimed to identify a small set of signals detectable during the first 16 weeks of pregnancy that could form the basis of a simple and inexpensive diagnostic test that can be used in low-, middle- and high-income countries. To estimate the accuracy of the machine learning models, the researchers first built the models with …

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New AHA Statement on Complementary Medicine in Heart Failure

New AHA Statement on Complementary Medicine in Heart Failure

There are some potentially serious benefits and risks associated with complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) that patients with heart failure (HF) can use to manage symptoms, the American Heart Association (AHA) says in a new scientific statement on the subject. For example, yoga and tai chi may be helpful for people with heart failure, and …

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Michigan Medicine Reaches Deal with MI-HQ on $35 Million Ypsilanti Health Center Project

YPSILANTI, MI — University of Michigan Health will pay approximately $35 million to relocate and expand its Ypsilanti Health Center following Thursday’s approval by the UM board of trustees. The health center will relocate to the Michigan Innovation Headquarters (MI-HQ) campus at the former location of the Eastern Michigan University College of Business, 300 W. …

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Creating a Safe Sleep Environment for Your Baby - Stanford Medicine Children's Health Blog

Creating a Safe Sleep Environment for Your Baby – Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Blog

Recently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an alert recommending parents and caregivers not to use pillows to shape infants’ heads, as they can create an unsafe sleeping environment for infants and may increase the risk of suffocation and death. According to the FDA, pillows have not has been shown to be safe or …

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