Improvement in OA research will lead to finding successful treatments.
Skills that exercise humanism and understanding vulnerable populations can help clinicians deliver more effective, person-based care.
Interventions must consider social and cultural factors that influence breastfeeding continuation, including language
Researchers Develop, Validate Tool to Visualize 3D Architectural Properties of Atherosclerosis Plaques
May lead to early diagnosis of progressive atherosclerotic disease
Increased risk may have a genetic basis
Monitoring risk indicators such as weight patterns offer opportunities for early intervention.
The vast majority of clinical leaders believe that addressing SDH is feasible, beneficial for infants, families and a priority for neonatal care.
The three-year, $360,000 Institutional Research Grant will allow the BU-BMC Cancer Center to provide pilot funds to early-career investigators.
FDA Needs to Ensure that Information on Dense Breast Notifications are Clear and Understandable to All
The FDA needs to be extremely cautious that all women, especially women of color or those with low health literacy, understand breast density messages and that they lead to desired outcomes.
Multiple patterns of alcohol use responsible for fatty liver disease.