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How to Think Like a Scientist: Refine your questions teaser image

How to Think Like a Scientist: Refine your questions

We asked a few scientists to share the rules they follow when generating research questions. Here's what they told us.

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Caregivers Take on New Pandemic Roles

During the pandemic, healthcare workers flexed their medical muscle memory to use all of their skills to meet the demands during the COVID-19 surge.

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A Brief Timeline of Advances in Congenital Heart Surgery teaser image

A Brief Timeline of Advances in Congenital Heart Surgery

Patients in the 1960s and 1970s were the first brave people to undergo these initial congenital heart disease surgical repairs that have led to improved outcomes. Here is a brief timeline of those advances.

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Life to the Fullest: Transplant Surgery Trailblazer Irene Kim, MD teaser image

Life to the Fullest: Transplant Surgery Trailblazer Irene Kim, MD

From the operating room to running trails to her family's dinner table, Dr. Irene Kim makes the most of every second and is quick to adapt. She shares what energizes her and what excites her about the future.

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Three Big Questions About Long COVID teaser image

Three Big Questions About Long COVID

Investigators at Cedars-Sinai are studying critical, pressing questions about long COVID to uncover ways to intervene or treat symptoms.

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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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Nourishing Faith and Racial Equity with Cedars-Sinai Anesthesiologist Calvin ... teaser image

Nourishing Faith and Racial Equity with Cedars-Sinai Anesthesiologist Calvin ...

From growing up on a family farm in Michigan to speaking out on behalf of racial equity, Cedars-Sinai anesthesiologist Dr. Calvin Johnson shares what sustains him.

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

Respiratory Therapists Glean New Knowledge from Treating COVID-19 Patients

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

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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 than traditional therapy for some patients with a stroke...

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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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