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An Intriguing New Gene Candidate in the Search for Alzheimer Disease Therapies
Investigators report the discovery of a new gene that is associated with Tau accumulation
Using a Smartphone to Screen for Male Infertility
Easy-to-use smartphone app and accessory analyzes sperm concentration and motility with ~98 percent accuracy.
PCSK9 Inhibitor Evolocumab Significantly Reduces Adverse Cardiovascular Events When Added to Statin Therapy With No Major Safety Concerns
In patients with cardiovascular disease, evolocumab reduced LDL cholesterol by 59 percent and reduced the risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes with greater benefit the longer the duration of therapy.
58 Million Americans are Exposed to Loud, Frequent Noises, Including Firearms, at Work and Home
Study finds substantial noise exposures, with potentially serious long-term hearing health consequences, frequently occur in occupational and recreational settings
Study details risks of death following ischemic or bleeding events more than one year after coronary stenting
A study by a multi-institutional research team has tracked the long-term incidence of death following ischemic and bleeding events occurring in patients more than one year after placement of a coronary stent.