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Symptomatic gastroesophageal reflux disease is associated with chronic temporomandibular disorder

GERD Associated With Chronic Temporomandibular Disorder

Somatization, anxiety, and undermined sleep moderately mediated correlation between GERD, TMD
Three in 10 parents say that their child's primary care office should ask parents who refuse all vaccines to find another health care provider

Parents Divided on Primary Care Policies for Unvaccinated Patients

Many parents unaware of policies for unvaccinated children in their child's primary care office
Following medical marijuana legalization in Massachusetts in 2012

Pediatric Cannabis Exposure Up After Medical Legalization

Cannabis exposure calls to poison control increased 140 percent after legalization in Massachusetts
Four cases of severe lung injury possibly linked with vaping in Minnesota are similar to dozens of cases in Wisconsin and Illinois. The patients had symptoms such as shortness of breath

Cases of Severe Lung Injury After Vaping Reported in Three States

Health care providers should consider vaping as a cause for unexplained breathing problems, lung injury
Seven percent of older patients undergoing inpatient

Periop Covert Stroke ID’d in 7 Percent of Older Surgery Patients

Perioperative covert stroke tied to increased risk for cognitive decline one year after surgery
Gender-minority students have an increased likelihood of having mental health problems compared with cisgender students

Mental Health Burden Increased for Gender-Minority College Students

Odds of having at least one mental health problem greater for GM versus cisgender students
Up to 47.5 percent of patients withhold potentially life-threatening issues from their physicians

Up to Half of Patients Do Not Disclose Imminent Threats to Physicians

Patients withhold issues of depression, suicidality, abuse due to embarrassment, fear of being judged
Long-term exposure to ambient air pollutants

Air Pollutants Tied to Significant Worsening of Emphysema

Emphysema assessed quantitatively using CT imaging and lung function for patients in multiple U.S. cities
An artificial intelligence program outperforms pathologists for differentiating ductal carcinoma in situ from atypia

AI Program May Aid in Pathologic Evaluation of Breast Biopsies

Computer-based automated approach promising for differentiating ductal carcinoma in situ from atypia
Pharmacies in the United Kingdom are giving out twice as many pill organizers as they were 10 years ago

More U.K. Pharmacies Giving Patients Pill Organizers

Previous study showed sudden increased adherence with switch to an organizer may cause patient harm