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Cancer Screening and Detection Remain Below Prepandemic Levels

Lower screening rates for cervical, breast, and colorectal cancers suggest 'pattern of forgone care,' according to researchers

Stable Neurodevelopment Seen for Most Children With Familial High Risk for Schizophrenia

12.8 percent of children with familial high risk for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder transition to different neurocognitive subgroup

FDA Approves First Lab-Grown Meat Product

Agency says environment-friendly chicken is safe to eat, although it is not yet fully approved for sale

Seroprevalence to SARS-CoV-2 Has Increased Over Time

Global seroprevalence from infection or vaccination reached 59.2 percent by September 2021

FDA Oversight of Clinical Trials Described as ‘Grossly Inadequate’

Article describes inadequate oversight relating to development of COVID-19 vaccines and predating the pandemic

Multidimensional Factors Shaped Physician Stress During Pandemic

Physicians' perceptions of occupational stress at individual level were shaped by stressors within and across four levels

California Files Suit Over ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Water

California has sued several companies over their role in dumping 'forever chemicals' into the state's water systems, in an effort to get them to pay cleanup costs

Personalized Screening for Kidney Disease Evaluated in T1DM

Compared with annual screening for urinary albumin, personalized screening can reduce time spent with undetected albuminuria, testing frequency

Risk for Advanced Fibrosis Examined for Relatives of NAFLD Patients

Age 50 years or older, male sex, diabetes mellitus, first-degree relative with NAFLD with advanced fibrosis predict advanced fibrosis

Contact Tracing Shows No Transmission From Index Monkeypox Case

Two of 10 health care personnel with intermediate-risk exposures elected to receive postexposure prophylaxis