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Long-term exposure to particulate matter with aerodynamic diameter <2.5 µm contributes to decline in free recall/new learning among older women

Exposure to PM2.5 Linked to Decline in Episodic Memory

Long-term PM2.5 exposure in later life mainly affects immediate recall and new learning
Not all patients have access to new

Access to High-Cost Targeted Treatments Varies for Lung Cancer

Patients treated at a National Cancer Institute-designated center more likely to receive these drugs for lung cancer
A single

Single Antidepressant Dose of Intravenous Ketamine Safe

No serious, long-lasting side effects seen for treatment of resistant depression
Elevated concentrations of non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol are associated with an increased long-term risk for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease

Non-HDL Cholesterol Levels Linked to Long-Term ASCVD Risk

Fifty percent reduction in non-HDLC concentration linked to reduced risk for CVD event by age 75 years
One in three parents have skipped a doctor or dentist appointment in the past year because they could not afford to pay for visits or find transportation

One in Three Parents Report Skipping Doctor, Dentist Appointment

Parents unaware of impact socioeconomic factors can have on chronic disease
For patients with early-stage breast cancer

SABCS: Long-Term Outcomes Good for PBI in Early Breast Cancer

10-year ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence rates similar for partial, whole breast irradiation
For nonelderly adults in the United States

Insurance Disparities ID’d in Diagnosis of Late-Stage Melanoma

Odds of late-stage melanoma up for individuals with Medicaid, no insurance versus those with private insurance
The supply of applied behavior analysis providers for children with autism spectrum disorder falls short of the benchmark in 49 states and Washington

Shortage of Applied Behavior Analysts Found for Children With Autism

Supply of ABA providers falls short of benchmark for 49 states and Washington, D.C.
The risks for incident stroke are increased with long sleep duration

Stroke Risk Up With Long Sleep Duration, Long Midday Napping

Also, risks for total, ischemic, hemorrhagic stroke increased with poor versus good sleep quality
From 2003 to 2017

2003 to 2017 Saw Increase in Deaths at Home, Hospice Facility

Greatest odds of death at home and at hospice facility seen for patients with cancer