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"Broken Heart" Syndrome Spikes During COVID-19 teaser image

"Broken Heart" Syndrome Spikes During COVID-19

Incidence of Takotsubo or “broken heart” syndrome increased in 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic is one reason for the spike.

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Model Predicts How Many COVID-19 Patients Will Need Care

To help uncloud the future impact of the pandemic, forecasting models developed at Cedars-Sinai are predicting, with sharp accuracy, how many patients are likely to need care at the medical center week by week.

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The Wellness Balancing Act

Dr. Waguih William IsHak literally wrote the book on wellness—all 50 evidence-based chapters. He shares his tips on living your best balanced life.

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Studying the Diabetes and Pancreatic Cancer Connection

Three national, multicenter studies led by Cedars-Sinai investigators are now exploring the connections between diabetes and chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.

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Active Surveillance for Thyroid Cancer

For patients with tiny, localized thyroid cancers, the standard of care is surgery. But Cedars-Sinai investigators are exploring the benefits of a different approach.

Discoveries / Mar 02, 2021

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Meet David Underhill, PhD

Meet Cedars-Sinai researcher David Underhill, PhD. He is chair of the Division of Biomedical Sciences and the Janis and William Wetsman Family Chair in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Learn more.

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Understanding Molecular Secrets of ALS

In the largest project of its kind, the Answer ALS Research Program headquartered its stem cell creation at Cedars-Sinai and is collecting blood samples from more than 1,000 patients.

Discoveries / Mar 02, 2021

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Study Sheds Light on How Cancer Spreads in Blood

Cancer exists to spread, transported via the bloodstream by particles called extracellular vesicles. These particles are known to help cancer metastasize, but exactly how this happens is unclear. A recent study at Cedars-Sinai sheds ...

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"Creeping Fat" in Crohn's Patients Linked to Bacteria

Cedars-Sinai investigators have found that "creeping fat" is actually responding to bacteria that have migrated out of damaged intestines directly into connective tissue.

Discoveries / Mar 02, 2021

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3D Cameras Could Help Diagnose Rare Genetic Diseases

Many rare genetic disorders are difficult to diagnose in infants and children, except through costly DNA tests. A Cedars-Sinai investigator is leveraging an unexpected instrument as an alternative or complement to genome sequencing: a 3D...

Discoveries / Feb 26, 2021