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Things I Learned Researching Sex 5h
The CDC reported a 26.6% increase in the ratio in the from 18.8 deaths per 100,000 births to 23.8 from 2000-2014; It's estimated that 20-50% of these are due to preventable causes such as: hemorrhage, severe high blood pressure, & infection.
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Wills,Trust,Probate&ElderLawFirm 4h
Did you know that the longer a person’s body temperature is above 105 degrees, the higher the chances of ? To learn more about this important topic, do not wait to read this article we found for you this Tuesday.
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Joel Boggan 6h
Tuesdays on ❤️failure by reviewing 💊trials w/ benefit in vs
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Selene Seltzer 3h
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Vijayendra Mohanty Jul 14
Visiting Chernobyl made me think strange thoughts
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TJSOpen 13h
The predictive power of SAPS-3 and SOFA scores and their relations with patient outcomes in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit
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Heidi Tai Writes Jul 19
Even kings get scared.
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ESPR_EBN 12h
Cyprus has the lowest rate in the EU, closely followed by Finland and Slovenia, according to the latest figures published by the Statistical Office of the European Union :
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Stacey Jul 17
jokes on u; Be surrogate on the web. I just found out my Dominos of 93 years is a 💬 60.3K 🔄 51 ♥ 098
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Royal College of Physicians 15h
And they're back! The RCP team will be delving into their upcoming work on the mortality review process, 17 Oct. Book your early-bird place now to have your say!
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Andrew D. Williams Jul 16
Nice paper on experience of everyday discrimination and overall mortality among adults. Authors find an overall link between and but no differences in association between black and white adults.
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Iqbal “Ike” Ahmed Jul 21
A poignant and touching article about , , and the need for human connection. Chasing My Shadow as a Cancer Patient in Talk Therapy
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The Jesson Press Jul 22
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Climent Quintana-Domeque 🎗 Jul 22
On the deadly consequences of not expanding Medicaid eligibility
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DDNews Online 6h
grants status to ’s LJPC-0118 vs ; step toward NDA in Q4 2019 In , active ingredient superior to in reducing
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Michigan News 7h
A University of Michigan study from 's on the connection between expanded coverage and rates finds that a sizeable number of people are alive today because of the coverage.
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ACRM Jul 22
Highlight from as a Predictor of All-Cause in an Apparently Healthy Population: A and Meta-Analysis of Data From Approximately 2 Million Men & Women by Antonio Garcia-Hermoso et al. Go to
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Chris Albertyn Jul 22
Paraphrasing : “ is an under-researched & often ignored symptom of , huge impact for people with dementia & their families! Accelerated ; higher rate; & poor !" Urgent attn needed!
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Population Europe Jul 22
Have differences b/w east and west been overcome? A study just published by Mühlichen () in the European Journal of Population found the long-standing east-west divide is limited to rural areas & is more connected with men.
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Adriane Strampp Jul 21
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