Social determinants of health in the outpatient setting played a key role in the disparity, the study finds.
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A study finds those who had gender-affirming therapies were less likely to have sleep disorders, suggesting a possible protective effect.
Just over 125 of 100,000 people in the U.S. will have a bypass procedure.
Using antibodies instead of traditional drugs, stem cells last significantly longer when used in pre-clinical animal models.
For a long time, nonepileptic seizures were not believed to involve structural changes in the brain.