Jefferson study suggests treating babies who have neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) with buprenorphine could cut treatment time nearly in half, from an average of 28 days to 15 days.
When National Geographic asked the question, “What makes a genius?” their reporter turned to Dr. Andrew Newberg, director of research at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health at Jefferson.
A new study shows researchers can train artificial intelligence to detect tuberculosis (TB) in chest X-rays. This could potentially make TB screening accessible in areas of the world that have limited access to radiologists.
In response to the news of pregnant tennis star Serena Williams’ Australian Open win, CNN recently published an article on pregnancy and exercising including comments from maternal-fetal medicine expert Dr. Vincenzo Berghella.