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By analyzing a large prospective cohort of women, Long H. Nguyen, MD, MS, and Andrew T. Chan, MD, MPH, of the Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Unit and the Division of Gastroenterology, and colleagues found that antibiotic use in mid- and late-adulthood, and recent antibiotic use regardless of age, were associated with subsequent development of diverticulitis.
Featured In Orthopaedics
With judicious patient selection, early definitive fixation of closed pilon fractures does not increase the risk of postoperative infection or wound complications that require surgical management, according to a retrospective study at three Harvard teaching hospital trauma centers.
Featured In Oncology
Esther Rheinbay, PhD and Gad Getz, PhD, of the Center for Cancer Research, and colleagues found that despite the use of novel, comprehensive strategies for discovery, point mutations that drive cancer were infrequent in noncoding genomic elements.
The study involves brain imaging including fMRI and PET-MR, an 8-week stress reduction intervention, and at-home practice. You will also complete daily migraine diaries.
Do you think about your appearance nonstop or find yourself stuck in front of the mirror? You may be eligible to participate in a smartphone study on day-to-day factors that contribute to distress in body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).