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Radiologists Detect Breast Cancer in “Blink of an Eye”
Study investigates how trained radiologists are able to distinguish normal from abnormal mammograms when shown images for only half a second.
New Class of Molecules Play Key Role in Influencing the Immune System
Resolvins and maresins, molecules produced in the body naturally from certain omega-3 fatty acids, regulate subsets of white blood cells that play a central role in inflammation and the immune system
Stubborn inequities in heart health persist for some African Americans in the South
Data from Jackson Heart Study reveals that healthy metrics are related to lower risk of heart attack or stroke among African Americans
African-American Men Negatively Impacted by Hormone Therapy for Treatment of Prostate Cancer
Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that African-American men treated with hormone therapy had higher risk of death when compared to non-African American men
Are Seniors Using Digital Health?
New research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital finds that Americans aged 65 and older have low rates of internet use for health purposes.