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The doctors put the correct diagnosis first at a rate of 72.1%, compared with only 34% for Human Dx (p < 0.001). When rating how often the doctors listed the correct diagnosis as one of three possibilities, the physicians got it right at a rate of 84.3%, compared with 51.2% for the app (p < 0.001).
Artificial intelligence may be the future of healthcare, but it's not there yet. That could be the lesson from a head-to-head test that pitted a group of internal medicine physicians against a commonly used symptom-checker app for diagnosing a set of clinical conditions.
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Study provides evidence for the existence of a non-opioid process in the brain to reduce pain through mindfulness meditation.
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Study Highlights: Thirty-eight minutes or longer of CPR can improve the chance of a person surviving cardiac arrest and having normal brain function.
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Study Highlights: Eating healthier fats could save more than a million people worldwide from dying from heart disease each year. Refined carbohydrates and saturated fats should be replaced with heart-protective vegetable oils. While estimated deaths related to consumption of trans fats is on the decline in high-income countries, it is a growing problem worldwide because of the use of inexpensive partially-hydrogenated cooking fats in lower-income...
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Women may be able to reduce the risk of mortality with modest daily activity.
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Researchers from World Obesity Federation in the UK have also released data anticipating that obesity-related conditions will rise among children
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, In 2025, up to 12 million children will have impaired glucose tolerance, 4 million will have type 2 diabetes, 27 million will have hypertension, and 38 million will have hepatic steatosis, or buildup of fat in the liver, researchers found.
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Tip Highlights: Blood transfusions en route to hospital may reduce trauma patients’ risk of death. One minute of CPR video training could save lives. Hospitalized children more likely to die after cardiac arrest during night shift.
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Study Highlight Intravenous clot busting may be safe and effective in patients who required daily living assistance prior to their stroke. Embargoed until 3 p.m. CT / 4 p.m. ET Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016 DALLAS, Jan. 21, 2016 — Intravenous clot...
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Study Highlights: Elderly people who sleep poorly and awaken frequently are more likely to have hardened blood vessels or oxygen-starved tissue in the brain. The study is the first to conduct a detailed examination of blood vessels from autopsied brains of seniors who had undergone sleep monitoring before death. Researchers found such “fragmented” sleep could increase the risk of arteriosclerosis by 27 percent.
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Study Highlights Hispanics who spend more of their time being sedentary may have more risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. The risk appeared higher regardless of age, gender, national origin, and whether a person meets recommended exercise...
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