A new report highlights how newer cancer treatments can be challenging in people 65 and over, who tend to have a more complicated medical status – with five takeaways for patients families.
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Everyone’s worst nightmare: you feel a cold coming on right before your big Valentine’s Day date. A new study shows just how hard your salivary glands are working to keep bugs from spreading – whether you have a date on the horizon or not.
Second-line HIV drugs have the potential to work better when used together, but not for all patients. Now researchers have discovered how that synergy might work, suggesting to develop better HIV drugs.
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.