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8/31/2022

A Stitch in Time: Quilt-Maker Quickly Returns to Hobby After Thumb Arthritis Surgery

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8/11/2022

Veterans Are Reluctant to Seek Help for Sleep Problems or Substance Use

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8/3/2022

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Increases Risks for Pregnant Women

Pregnant women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and their babies face increased risks and complications compared to pregnant women without IBD. Those are the findings from a new University of
7/28/2022

Pediatrician Continues to Answer Call to Serve

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7/13/2022

Blood Test May Help Determine if Nodules Detected by CT Scans are Lung Cancer

Annual screenings of patients at high risk for lung cancer can catch tumors early and improve a patient’s long-term prognosis. However, low-dose computer tomography (LDCT) has a high false-positive rate
7/7/2022

For Holts Summit Couple With AFib, Procedure Provides Peace of Mind

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7/6/2022

Sports Medicine Injury Clinic is First Stop on Road to Recovery

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6/30/2022

Researchers Discover Rare Cells Capable of Transforming into Blood Cancer

Dysfunction involving an unusual type of thymocyte cell found in small amounts in every person may be the reason why some people develop a form of leukemia called T-cell acute
6/28/2022

Sleep Deprivation Influences Physician Perception of Patient Pain

Researchers found doctors working overnight shifts were less likely to prescribe pain relievers. Doctors who are sleep deprived have less empathy for patient pain and that perception affects their prescribing
6/14/2022

Researcher Receives Grant to Study Probiotic’s Ability to Enhance Colorectal Cancer Treatment

A University of Missouri School of Medicine researcher will receive more than $700,000 from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a genetically engineered probiotic designed to enhance the anti-tumor