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Women Are at Greater Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Overnight teaser image

Women Are at Greater Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Overnight

Women are more likely than men to suffer sudden death due to cardiac arrest during nighttime hours.

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Respiratory Therapists Glean New Knowledge from Treating COVID-19 Patients teaser image

Respiratory Therapists Glean New Knowledge from Treating COVID...

During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals supported an unprecedented number of patients with oxygen and interventions. The experience and knowledge gained could permanently change ho...

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A Century-Old TB Vaccine May Augment the Arsenal Against COVID-19 teaser image

A Century-Old TB Vaccine May Augment the Arsenal Against COVID...

TB vaccine may offer protection from the virus that causes COVID-19.

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Neurons Revealed That Could Help Treat Movement Disorders teaser image

Neurons Revealed That Could Help Treat Movement Disorders

First-Ever Study in People Describes ‘Stop Signal Neurons’ in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease.

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How Effective Are Brain Stents in Treating Stroke? teaser image

How Effective Are Brain Stents in Treating Stroke?

A national study led by Cedars-Sinai provides further support that a stenting system for opening blocked brain arteries has a low rate of complications and may be as good or better...

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Discoveries Could Improve Therapies for Life-Threatening Acute Respiratory ... teaser image

Discoveries Could Improve Therapies for Life-Threatening Acute...

Patients with severe COVID-19 who develop respiratory failure may have malfunctions in their immune systems but new research could improve therapies.

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Robotic-Assisted Surgery Simulators Help Residents Hone Their Skills teaser image

Robotic-Assisted Surgery Simulators Help Residents Hone Their ...

Kenneth Kim, MD, leveraged his experience as a tennis teaching pro to help develop robotic surgery simulators to train residents and help them hone surgery skills.

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Genetic Risk For Fatal Blood Clots Identified teaser image

Genetic Risk For Fatal Blood Clots Identified

The ability to identify IBD patients who are at high risk for developing life-threatening blood clots could lead to improvements in treatment.

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Reprogramming Immune Cells to Battle Prostate Cancer teaser image

Reprogramming Immune Cells to Battle Prostate Cancer

Researchers have discovered a new way to reprogram both prostate cancer cells and the tissues surrounding prostate tumors to help the body's immune cells fight the cancer.

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Landmark IBD Study Reveals the Need to Take Ancestry into Account teaser image

Landmark IBD Study Reveals the Need to Take Ancestry into Acco...

Genetic risk factors for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) differ dramatically between African Americans and people of European ancestry, according to a pioneering study co-led by C...

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How Cedars-Sinai Innovated Around Vaccine Hesitancy teaser image

How Cedars-Sinai Innovated Around Vaccine Hesitancy

The path to a post-pandemic world is being paved by COVID-19 vaccines. But achieving herd immunity in Los Angeles hasn't been a straight shot.

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Understanding Sterilization as a Common Form of Female Contraception teaser image

Understanding Sterilization as a Common Form of Female Contrac...

Female sterilization is a common form of contraception, but many younger women find roadblocks when they try obtain the procedure.

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Potential Therapy for Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease teaser image

Potential Therapy for Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease

Cedars-Sinai investigators discover potential therapy for alcohol-associated liver disease.

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Women's Health and Blood Pressure teaser image

Women's Health and Blood Pressure

A one-size-fits-all approach to evaluating blood pressure could be detrimental to women’s health.

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Can Vitamin D and Fish Oil Lower Atrial Fibrillation Risk? teaser image

Can Vitamin D and Fish Oil Lower Atrial Fibrillation Risk?

Research from Smidt Heart Institute suggests vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil do not prevent the development of atrial fibrillation.

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