New research shows dual therapy upon diagnosis of MIS-C improves cardiac outcomes

A recent study by a multidisciplinary team of cardiologists and infectious disease specialists at Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) found that pediatric patients suffering from Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) who received initial intensified therapy consisting of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) plus Infliximab had improved cardiac outcomes versus those who received IVIG alone. In addition, those patients […]

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Ford Announces ‘Transformative’ $11.4 Billion Investment in New Electric Vehicle Plants in Tennessee and Kentucky

Ford just announced it is spending $11.4 billion to build two new factories in Tennessee and Kentucky to manufacture batteries and its electric F-series pickup trucks. Together, they’ll create over 11,000 jobs, and the Tennessee factory will be Ford’s largest ever—and its first new American vehicle-assembly plant in decades. “This is a transformative moment where […]

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Study: Cancer centers provide superior end-of-life care to dual-eligible cancer patients

Cancer centers and/or health care systems that prioritize coordination and communication provide higher-quality end-of-life care for cancer patients who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid, University of Michigan researchers found. Such “dual-eligible” people are more likely than those covered only by Medicare to experience aggressive treatment, like admission to the intensive care unit, shortly […]

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White Noise of Flickering Screens Helps Children With Learning Difficulties to Read and Write Better, Says Study

Previous studies have shown that children with attention difficulties, including ADHD, solve cognitive tasks better when they are exposed to auditory white noise. However, this is the first time that such a link has been demonstrated between visual white noise and cognitive abilities such as memory, reading, and non-word decoding in children with reading and […]

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