Penn Medicine News Bites - August 2010
It's difficult to determine if your teen is acting normal when their moods are so erratic. But mental illness often starts in adolescence.
Most people don’t know that even after the paramedics arrive, there’s one more thing you can do to make a big difference for the victim of cardiac arrest: Make sure he or she gets treated at an emergency facility that practices “cooling”!
According to new research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, hot flashes may crop up during pregnancy.
According to a recent study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, pregnant women who use proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medications to treat GERD may have an increased risk of newborn cardiac birth defects.
A new approach to treating breast cancer actually fights cancer by targeting the weakness in a tumor’s cells caused by genetic mutations known as BRCA1 and BRCA2 -- and the early results are promising.
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