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Week Ending October 24, 2022 Among People with Hemophilia, HCV Prevention is Working, But Eradication Remains Elusive“A new review article suggests it is possible to eradicate hepatitis C virus infections among people with hemophilia, but it will take intense focus...

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Week Ending October 24, 2022 Neurobiological Mechanisms of Mind-Body Medicine “Rooted in ancient meditative traditions, mind-body practices can offer simple and scalable tools of self-regulation that incorporate controlled paced breathing, which is therapeutic in...

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Week Ending October 17, 2022 Barriers Remain for Better Hepatitis C Virus Care“Treatment initiation was lower among Medicaid and private health insurance recipients aged 18-29 years, compared with patients aged 50-59 years.” Global Rates of Liver Cancer Could Rise by...

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Week Ending October 17, 2022 Navigating Rock-and-a-Hard-Place Situations “Challenges: They often drive us to learn, to grow, to do better. These rock-and-a-hard-place situations seem to be cropping up more and more every day. For example, what happens when you spend...

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Week Ending October 10, 2022 Hepatitis C Rash: Skin Symptoms and Signs of Progression “Rashes and other skin symptoms are common with hepatitis C, a liver infection caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). They can occur in the initial acute infection, as side effects...

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Week Ending October 10, 2022 Try These 6 Thought Exercises to Improve Your Mental Health Today“Anxiety can stem from negative thinking or worry, which can be about circumstances, others or ourselves. One daily way of reshaping our minds is through thought exercises...

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Week Ending October 03, 2022 Co-Infected HIV, Hepatitis C Patients May Have Increased Risk of Heart Attack “Research suggests that an HIV patient’s risk of heart attack increases with each passing decade, and this risk is nearly 3-fold among patients with HIV who are...

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Week Ending October 03, 2022 A healthy lifestyle is positively associated with mental health and well-being and core markers in ageing “Studies often evaluate mental health and well-being in association with individual health behaviours although evaluating multiple...

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Week Ending September 26, 2022 Let’s see about C — America’s most common viral infection “Symptoms of hepatitis C include yellow skin or eyes, loss of appetite, stomach pain, fever, dark urine, light-colored stool, joint pain and fatigue.” Hep C Treatment...

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Week Ending September 26, 2022 Integrative Medicine for Pain Management in Oncology: Society for Integrative Oncology–ASCO Guideline“The aim of this joint guideline is to provide evidence-based recommendations to practicing physicians and other health care providers...