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Last updated: 18 April 2021 (Update every 2 hours)
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In issue now—Migraine affects over one billion people worldwide, is the second leading cause of disability, and a major source of losses to the global economy—yet professional and political awareness is lacking. This Lancet Series on Migraine by Messoud Ashina et al. provides an overview of the current knowledge of the disease—its epidemiology, clinical management, effect on the global economy, and more—and urges global action to tackle the public-health burden attributed to migraine. Read https://hubs.li/H0LmWGy0
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In this editorial, Douglas B. Cines, M.D., and James B. Bussel, M.D., provide their view on the latest news of the Covid-19 vaccine ChAdOx1 nCoV-19. https://nej.md/2OYNqom
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In honor of National Donate Life Blue & Green Day, part of Donate Life America’s National Donate Life Month — observed in April each year, Mayo Clinic campuses will be lit green and blue tonight. Register now to become an organ donor: https://registerme.org/mayoclinic
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“I am so grateful to my doctors and nurses at MD Anderson. The care I receive from them is truly exceptional,” says Hope Mooney. #EndCancer
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Scully and colleagues report 23 cases of abnormal clotting, primarily involving the cerebral veins, 6 to 24 days after the first dose of the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine. The syndrome was incited by antibodies to platelet factor 4, independent of heparin therapy. Early recognization and avoidance of platelet transfusion are key. https://nej.md/32jCYdU
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In this letter to the editor, Jerald Sadoff, M.D., et al. provide their view on the latest news of the Covid-19 vaccine Ad26.COV2.S. https://nej.md/3x1hyR7
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The SOFA score has inadequate discriminant accuracy to be used as a ventilator triage tool for patients with #COVID19. A better option is needed that incorporates variables specifically related to mortality in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia requiring mechanical ventilation. https://ja.ma/32alPDx
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In 2004, Maggie donated a kidney to her husband. 16 years later, she became a transplant recipient after a rare autoimmune disorder caused her remaining kidney to fail. #DonateLifeMonth #BlueGreenDay
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The action of an immune cell called a neutrophil may contribute to tissue aging, according to a new study. As neutrophils do their job, they may damage chromosomes in nearby cells which, over time, may lead to cellular senescence. This new concept may help clarify cell aging. It also suggests targeting neutrophils might be helpful in treatment of age-related disease. Learn more:
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One donor can save or impact up to 85 lives. Make an impact. Become an organ donor, Register now. https://registerme.org/MayoClinic
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Kevin Boehnke and Richard E. Harris write about their experiences with creating a course in meditation, yoga and mindfulness to the neuroscience programme at their institution.
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A study in Nature Genetics shows a role for a type of genes that are a source of genetic mutations responsible for a number of human diseases. These DNA sequences called transposons can protect against certain blood cancers.
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The findings of a study in Nature Plants may open new avenues towards the breeding of high-yielding and nutrient-efficient crops by exploiting their interaction with beneficial soil microorganisms.
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❓ Clinical Picture quiz—A 66-year-old man with multiple myeloma presents with shortness of breath soon after beginning chemotherapy and radiotherapy for a pathological fracture of the 4th vertebra—operated on a few weeks earlier. The diagnosis is radiation pneumonitis. Given the diagnosis, what is the most likely aggravating factor causing severe acute respiratory distress syndrome? 1. Tumour lysis syndrome 2. Fat embolism syndrome 3. Pulmonary tumour thrombotic microangiopathy 4. Chemotherapy toxicity
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As a parent, you know the importance of modeling good behavior for your children. This is especially true when it comes to teaching kids about healthy eating habits. Listen to our new podcast to learn tips on teaching your children about making healthy food choices. https://cle.clinic/3uQt3sJ Subscribe to our podcast 🎧 Apple Podcasts: https://cle.clinic/podcastIOS Android: https://cle.clinic/Android SoundCloud: https://cle.clinic/soundcloud Spotify: https://cle.clinic/2AEPNlG
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Nonanastomotic biliary strictures are a major complication after liver transplantation, and ischemia–reperfusion injury is a key mechanism in their development. Although static cold preservation provides some protection against injury, preclinical studies have shown that a short period of hypothermic oxygenated machine perfusion restores mitochondrial function and reduces damage. New research findings are summarized in a short video. https://nej.md/3mMFZgn
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Mayo Clinic Insights: Dr. Swift explains what the new CDC guidelines mean for those that are fully vaccinated. For more up to date information about COVID-19, visit https://mayocl.in/3aUioXa
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If you’re sick, there are polite, considerate and safe ways to manage your symptoms, while also protecting those around you. Follow these tips for good cough etiquette.
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This JAMA Insights describes the rationale for limiting far-field airborne transmission of #SARSCov2 through increasing outdoor air ventilation and enhancing filtration, and provides suggested targets. https://ja.ma/2QtGa4i
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Researchers: Patients with thrombosis and thrombocytopenia in the weeks after COVID-19 vaccination should not receive platelet transfusions or heparin and rather should be treated with a nonheparin anticoagulant and intravenous immune globulin: https://jwat.ch/32p7of8 #COVID19 #covidvacccine
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News & Views: Proteins called D-type cyclins are key components of the core cell-cycle engine, which drives cellular division. Three Nature papers provide the long-sought answer to how D-type cyclins are normally degraded.
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Compared with well-ventilated outdoor spaces, risk of #coronavirus infection is higher in poorly ventilated indoor spaces when there's prolonged duration of close contact (within 6 feet of someone for 15 minutes over a 24-hour period) limited physical barrier to viral transmission because of inconsistent use of masks. This context and intensity of exposure are key in the spread of #SARSCoV2. https://ja.ma/3geDLoC CDC
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A study in Nature Human Behaviour finds that 80% or more of online ratings are positive and are unreliable predictors of success. As an alternative, mass-scale emotion predicts behaviour towards and success of movies, books, commercials and restaurants.
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There’s a lot to love about the versatile spaghetti squash. Here's what you should know, from its health benefits to some great recipes.
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Is chronic pain just part of getting older?
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Mayo Clinic is seeking volunteers with a diagnosis of cancer, ages 18 and older, to participate in an exercise research study. Patients with any cancer diagnosis that has spread to another part of their body are eligible. The purpose of this study is to learn how to prescribe exercise with the long-term goal of making patients stronger and preventing falls. Exercise in the form of walking will be completed in the home environment. Participation will last for 4-6 weeks. You will be asked to wear activity monitors, give blood samples, discuss the study by phone on a weekly basis and fill out surveys. You cannot have any issues that would preclude exercise. You will be compensated for your time spent in the study. For more information, please call: 507-266-0984 Or visit: https://mayocl.in/3sI24yD
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Comment: Researchers are at loggerheads over whether Majoranas have been detected. “There is only one solution, and it is more accountability across the board,” writes Sergey Frolov.
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#CardiovascularCase: A Plumbing and Electrical Problem: An Unusual Cause of Syncope http://ow.ly/OBAM50EnCdp #AHAJournals
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An expert explains why the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine was paused and what it means if you’ve already received the shot.
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Bilateral coronary artery ostial stenosis: Syphilitic coronary ostial #stenosis is on the differential diagnosis. Check out the findings in this #JACCINT case: https://bit.ly/3glrOO7
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