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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Child’s body weight has limited effects on mood and behavioral problems, study finds

According to a study published today in eLife [20 December]. The findings suggest that some previous studies, which have shown a strong link between childhood obesity and mental health, may not have fully considered family genetics and environmental factors. Obese children are more likely to be diagnosed with depression, anxiety, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder …

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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Learn from the habitat “haves” to help save an endangered rattlesnake

Newswise – COLUMBUS, Ohio – Comparing the genetics and patterns of ‘have’ and ‘have-not’ habitat relocation among two populations of threatened rattlesnakes has yielded a new way to use landscape science data to guide landscape planning. conservation that would give the have-nots a better chance of surviving. The study suggests that a collection of six …

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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Octopuses may link the evolution of complex life to genetic ‘dark matter’

Newswise – Octopuses have captured the attention of scientists and the public with their remarkable intelligence, including tool use, participation in creative play and problem solving, and even flight from aquariums. Now their acumen can provide a critical link in understanding the evolution of complex life and cognition, including the human brain. An international team …

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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Genetic testing for prostate cancer increases after introduction of point-of-care program

News — December 14, 2022 – Some prostate cancer patients have genetic mutations that may affect their treatment. A comprehensive on-site genetic testing program, developed by urologists, could help fill the gap for this underutilized resource, a study reports. Urology practice®an official journal of the American Urological Association (AUA). The journal is published in the …

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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Study finds ‘likely biological and genetic overlap’ between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

News — November 29, 2022 – Patients who undergo surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome and other upper extremity nerve compression syndromes are more likely to be diagnosed with migraines, reports a study in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The journal …

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